Amiga online game needs Java to be installed?

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I want to play Commodore 64 online. Does playing Amiga online game needs Java to be installed? How will I do this?

Best Answer by Sharath Reddy
Answered By 0 points N/A #193007

Amiga online game needs Java to be installed?



Hey Allen,

You need to install java plugin in order to play this game. Just follow these simple steps to install java manually:

·         Navigate to this link:

·         On the left side choose Installing Java

·         On Download and Install tab choose Manual Download a bar will pop up on your browse

·         Click on Run This time and click Save.

Now it will begin downloading and will be installed automatically.

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Answered By 590495 points N/A #193009

Amiga online game needs Java to be installed?


Since you are looking for Commodore 64 games to be played online, then 80’s Top Games is best for you. It contains different genres of video games starting from Amiga, Amstrad, Arcade, Atari 2600, Commodore 64, MS-DOS, MSX, Nintendo, Sega, TurboGrafx16, and Spectrum. And because you want to play Commodore 64 games, you can play it online from 80’s Top Games – Commodore 64.

Here are several of the Commodore 64 games available on the site:

  • Defender 64
  • 19 Boot Camp
  • 1942
  • 1943
  • 4 Soccer Simulator
  • 720 Degrees Part 1
  • 720 Degrees Part 2
  • 720 Degrees USA
  • 911 Tiger Shark
  • Action Biker
  • Action Fighter
  • Adidas Championship Football
  • After Burner
  • After the War Part 1
  • After the War Part 2
  • Airborne Ranger
  • AirWolf​
  • AirWolf II
  • Alien Syndrome
  • Altered Beast
  • Ant Attack
  • Arcadia
  • Arkanoid​
  • Arkanoid II Revenge of DOH, and lots more

And for Amiga games, I think it depends on the website where you will be playing it. Because in 80’s Top Games, playing Amiga doesn’t require installing Java Runtime Environment although it does require something for you to play them. To play Amiga games here, you need to use either Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.

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