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Motorola 68000 emulator for Amiga and other 68000 based computers.


Attention: This product might require basic knowledge of the linux command line. 

All units come flashed and tested on A500 machine.


The PiStorm project is in early state of development, therefore some of the features might be buggy, others might change/improve as development moves forward.


DOES NOT INCLUDE THE RASPBARRY PI, only PiStorm hat is provided.


More details can be found at the official github site:



    The PiStorm its a Raspberry Pi based device which emulates the Motorola 68000 CPU found inside the Amiga, Atari ST, Mac Classic, etc.

    It consist on a board which internally replaces the Amiga 68000 CPU. On top of this board a Raspberry Pi 3A+ or Pi Zero 2 w is connected through GPIO header.

    When paired with the Amiga, the PiStorm provides CPU accelleration, virtual hard disk (through disk images resident on the SD), WiFi, RTG graphics, 128Mb fast ram, RTC and other enhancements.   

    The device is plug and play if you use the preconfigured SD image we provide. You will need some Linux command line experience to setup the WiFi.


    There is just enough clearence to install the PiStorm directly on the CPU socket and close the Amiga case without problem. Nevertheless the keyboard metal backplate will most likely touch the R-Pi. To avoid any electrical issues is recommended to put a sheet of plastic between the keyboard and the PiStorm, just in the area they come in contact.


    • Amiga 500 and 500+ compatible
    • Configured as 68020 by default. Can be configured as 68030, 68040, etc. by the user (requires use of linux command line)
    • 128Mb Fast Ram
    • RTG Graphics (needs driver installation)
    • WiFi (for remote access through SSH)
    • Real Time Clock (needs internet connection to fetch the time)
    • Soft ROM (can load kickrom image from SD card, replacing the on-board kickrom)


    SD setup image available for download. 


    Attention: The Raspberry Pi has high power requirements. Your Amiga power supply (as well as your Amiga itself) need to be in good working condition.


    In order to get a replacement or refund defective units must first be returned. Once the item has been inspected we will proceed to replace the unit or refund the payment. Items that have been damaged by careless/unadecuated use or modifyied by the buyer in any way will not be elegible for replace or refund of any kind. 

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