employee Jay Miner
founded Amiga in 1982. Amiga released the game Mogul Maniac
and the controller called the Joyboard
. Amiga had plans for some innovative products, such as the Power Module (memory expansion) and a pair of 3D glasses. Sadly, these never saw the light of day as Amiga moved out of the console video game business and concentrated on computers. Today, Amiga is in workstation software development.
When changing their name from the original Hi-Toro, the new placeholder name (ultimately stuck with) passed seemingly the only important name test of the early '80s: it would appear before "Atari" in the phone book.
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