Below is a list of the registered exhibitors who will be present at Flashback 20/20 feat. Amiga 35. Interested in becoming an exhibitor too? Contact us!
Home Computer Museum
The HomeComputerMuseum a 1000+ m² interactive computer museum. That covers the history of the home computer, from the very first home computer to modern variants in the late ’90s and beyond.
Brands such as Atari, Commodore, IBM, Olivetti, Philips, Sony, Tulip, Acorn, Sinclair, Tandy and many others are ready to play.
A day of recollection and fun for young & old!
Individual Computers is a German computer hardware company specializing in retrocomputing accessories for the Commodore 64, Amiga, and PC platforms.
Popular products designed and produced by Individual Computers are, among others, the Turbo Chameleon V2, ACA12xx accelerators and the ACA500plus.
The company is owned and run by Jens Schönfeld.
APC&TCP has been a publisher in the Amiga sector since 1992, and since that time has managed to successfully bring more than 200 profitable products to the Amiga marketplace.
One of these successful products is the two-monthly magazine Amiga Future which has a total circulation of more than 800 copies and is available in both German and English.
010101 Music is a small independent record company and label started in 2011 specializing in video game music and other computer oriented music releases.
Releases thus far include Paula Agnus Denise (best of Amiga and CD32 music) and Insert Disk 2, among others.
Develop your website, app, or game without any coding experience!
Anne Bras started collecting boxed game by buying the original Day of the Tentacle. Today, he is the Guinness record holder for the world’s largest collection of boxed PC games.
He’ll bring part of his collection over to Flashback 20/20 for the world to see.
John “Chucky” Hertell
Programmer of DiagROM to help with Amiga repairs and diagnostics. Also creator of the ReAmiga project aiming of getting replacement PCBs for our beloved machines.
Will also show projects like the Terrible fire accelerator cards and the FPGA Arcade solution.