Computer games were my first obsession and I programmed from the age of nine, in the early 1980s, until my mid-thirties. I began programming Scorpius Software games for Amiga in 1991. Most of the early ones were Public Domain (freeware). Many were shareware. The only game that was published commercially was Burnout, by Vulcan Software.
The Challenge Of The Matrix
One On One
Global Thermonuclear Warfare
Hilt: Against The Hoardes
You can download all of the games in ADF format for use in an Amiga emulator by clicking on this link. Note that the distribution rights to Burnout are owned by Vulcan Software, so that game is not included.
The Amiga and Commodore 64 computers are supported by Cloanto. You can find the best emulators for these machines on amigaforever.com and c64forever.com.