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Amiga Onesies

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Trash Onesie

by amigatees
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Tags: commodore64, commodore-64, c64, 1080p, amiga

Amiga Onesie

by MindsparkCreative
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My own vector/photoshop take on a classic Amiga publisher's logo.

Tags: psygnosis, retro, gaming, amiga500, amiga1200

Psygnosis Onesie

by Evarcha
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This is the mouse pointer for Amiga Workbench up until 1.3.

Tags: commodore-64, mouse, pointer

Amiga Mouse 1.3 Onesie

by Yesideez
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The Amigos are SCUMM! Onesie

by amigatees
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First Female Amigo Onesie

by amigatees
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Clothe yourself with the finest Amiga Podcast gear!

Amigos Podcast Onesie

by amigatees
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In the early days of the 16 bit machine there was always the Amiga, which was way better than the others. PC / Atari.. whats that?

Tags: workbench, games, 80s, vintage, gaming

Amiga Insert Disk Onesie

by metacortexpod4
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All the folks that make the Amigos podcast and website happen!

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Remember the days before Hard Drives in your computer where you had to insert the disk first?

Tags: 16-bit, speccy, amstrad, game, 80s

Amiga Workbench - Insert Disk Onesie

by metacortexpod4
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Guru Meditation Onesie

by amigatees
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Amiga Workbench 1.3 Onesie

by amigatees
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Commodore Amiga - during the early years this is what the insert disk prompt looked like.

Tags: commodore-64, workbench, disk

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Commodore Amiga - the machine that was years ahead of its time and inspired a generation.

Tags: commodore-64, tick

Amiga Tick Onesie

by Yesideez
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Love the Amigos Podcast and site? Show the world!

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Amiga Boing Ball Onesie

by amigatees
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Commodore Amiga - there were several logo designs attributed to this amazing computer, this is the "Boing Ball".

Tags: commodore-64, boing, ball

Amiga Boing Ball Onesie

by Yesideez
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In 1971, Nolan Bushnell and Ted Dabney founded an engineering firm, Syzygy Engineering, that designed and built Computer Space, the world's first commercially available arcade video game, for Nutting Associates. On June 27, 1972, the two incorporated Atari, Inc. and soon hired Al Alcorn as their first design engineer. Bushnell asked Alcorn to produce an arcade version of the Magnavox Odyssey's Tennis game, which would be named Pong. While Bushnell incorporated Atari in June 1972, Syzygy Company was never formally incorporated. Before Atari's incorporation, Bushnell considered various terms from the game go, eventually choosing atari, referencing a position in the game when a group of stones is imminently in danger of being taken by one's opponent. Atari was incorporated in the state of California on June 27, 1972. This version of the Atari logo mark is the inline logo with the embedded stylized 'A' icon with an authentic vintage treatment to give it plenty of retro street cred.

Tags: games, game, video-game, atari-2600, nostalgia

Atari Classic Mark Onesie

by JacobCharlesDietz
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Tags: video-game, art, original, logo, 8bits

atari Onesie

by ilovemubs
$20
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I wanna go back in time go have these gadgets! ^_^ Let's go RETRO!!!

Tags: design, phone, vector, watch, apple

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Homage to Mr.Z who made loading games from tape on Commodore 64 a more pleasant experience back when.

Tags: pixel, geek, nerd, commodore-64, retro

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The classic Mega Drive logo.

Tags: europe, japan, 32x, megacd, segacd

MEGA DRIVER Onesie

by ECM
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Atari. What more needs to be said?

Atari Onesie

by Yesideez
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Relive gaming past by showing your love for video games with this shirt!

Tags: cartridge, nostalgia, childhood, video-game, games

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Tags: space, popular, atari-2600, space-invaders, spectrum

Atari Onesie

by Brucento
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Take control of BLOB (Bio-Logically Operated Being) and repair the planet's core. Original Sprite © Stephen Crow

Tags: speccy, atari-st, 16bit, 8bit, starquake

Starquake Onesie

by Slippytee
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Tags: boobearstudio, gaming, 80s, computer, 8bit

Commodore 64 Retro Fan Design Onesie

by boobear_studio
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Tags: art, commodore-64, pixelart, intuition, workbench

16 bit Amiga Pointer Onesie

by Retrific
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Original Retro Illustration of a classic joy stick from the 2600 gaming console.

Tags: illustration, 80s, nerd, geek, retro

2600 Joy Onesie

by theFujikoma
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A collection of some of the greatest amiga game characters. Includes… Barbarian, Double Dragon, Dizzy, Golden Axe, Rodland, Lemmings, Bubble Bobble, New Zealand Story, Worms, Sensible Soccer, Flood, Rainbow Islands, Speedball 2, James Pond, IK+, Prince of Persia, Monkey Island, Zool, Zack McKracken, Moonstone, Pang, Supercars 2, Ghostbusters, Bomberman, Magic Pockets, Rick Dangerous and many more…

Tags: prince-of-persia, monkey-island, zack-mckracken, supercars-2, magic-pockets

Amiga Characters Onesie

by Chairboy
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Inspired by the 1980's comic book covers and video games. For all retrogames fans out there!

Tags: comic, 80s, 8bit, atari-8bit, atari-2600

Retrorama Atari 2600 Onesie

by lipebello
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Retro 80's style Commodore 64 vintage home computer and logo design. The Commodore 64, also known as the C64, C-64, C=64, or occasionally CBM 64 or VIC-64 in Sweden, is an 8-bit home computer introduced in January 1982 by Commodore International

Tags: commodore-64, pixel, computer, amiga, pop-culture

Commodore 64 Onesie

by Joodls
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Data Age was a California-based video game company that developed and published titles for the Atari 2600 platform in the mid-1980s. Among their more well-known titles were Journey Escape (a tie-in with the band Journey) and Frankenstein's Monster, both published in 1982. Data Age released fewer than a dozen games of varying quality. Frankenstein's Monster has been cited as a standout among Atari 2600 games by several game reviewers, while Sssnake and Warplock (both 1982) were included on a list of the ten worst games for the 2600. Journey Escape also received poor reviews and weak sales, despite a $4.5 million marketing campaign, which combined with heavy licensing fees and helped lead to the company's failure. Whether you're a vintage Atari aficionado or tech nerd, this vintage styled Data Age logo is a true rare bird that isn't seen very often...

Tags: geek, programmer, developer, videogame, joystick

Data Age Onesie

by JacobCharlesDietz
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Long before the days of Venture Capital, Nolan Bushnell had secured a $20 million loan from Merrill Lynch using his Atari and Chuck E. Cheese stock as collateral. Unfortunately, both stock companies went into a downward slump at the same time and Merrill Lynch called the loan, forcing Nolan to close Androbot. However, he was still confident in his entrepreneurial abilities, so he then started five companies in parallel using a "business incubator" model, where each of the companies shared the same office space and administrative staff, etc. One of these five companies was Axlon Toys. Even on a shoestring budget, competing against Worlds of Wonder, who had just gone public on the New York Stock Exchange, Nolan, Andy and their small staff were really prolific in their toy innovations. They used some of the technology that they were already developing at Androbot to create such early innovative robotic toys as the popular AG Bears and Tech force Robot fighters which were quite cutting edge for their time. This vintage styled design includes the original Axlon logo with plenty of wear and tear. Pick one up and wear it to your next robotics meetup as it's always a conversation starter with those in the know!

Tags: technology, 80s, 1980s, gamer, pacman

Axlon Onesie

by JacobCharlesDietz
$20
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Tags: at-at-walker, at-at

AT-ARI Onesie

by CappO
$20
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