Retro gaming company Amiga Games and its library of more than 300 titles has been acquired by L.A. distribution company Writers' Group Film Corp., according to a recent press release.
The Amiga was a computer platform by Commodore released in the late 1980s. In addition to offering hundreds of 16-bit titles, it was praised for its graphical and audio abilities in relation to video games. Amiga Games was known for resurrecting these classic games for modern consoles, smartphones and more.
Writers' Group Film purchased the company for $500,000 and plans to make announcements on its future plans in the weeks to come.