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AmiKit x screenshot
Screenshot of AmiKit X first released in 2017
DeveloperJán Zahurančík & Contributors
OS familyAmigaOS
Working statePublicly released
Initial release2005; 17 years ago (2005)
Latest releaseXE (11.4.2) / October 10, 2020; 2 years ago (2020-10-10)
Available inMultilingual
Update methodautomatic via Live Update
PlatformsWindows, Mac OS, Linux, AmigaOS (Vampire)
LicenseFreeware Commercial

AmiKit is a compilation of 425 pre-installed and pre-configured Amiga programs (Amiga software built for Motorola 68k CPU) running on Windows, macOS, Linux computers (thanks to WinUAE emulator) and on Amiga computer with Vampire V2 card.



AmiKit requires Vampire v2 turbo card (for classic Amiga) or Windows 7 (or better) or macOS (10.08 up to 10.14) or Linux (x86/64 able to run PlayOnLinux or Raspberry Pi).

For AmiKit to work, the original AmigaOS (version 3.x) and Kickstart ROM (version 3.1) are required. The following sources are supported:

See also