The Internet Archive is full of surprises.

The group recently added a huge trove of Amiga games and programs to its collection, bringing the total to more than 10,000. Even better: It’s all available to you for playback and use in your browser. The non-profit library of digital culture first added Amiga software to its catalog in 2013.

The size and scope of the new collection compared to what was added in 2013 isn’t quite clear, but there’s a lot of new stuff that was only recently added—4and an overwhelming amount of games. Archivist Jason Scott unofficially announced the new Amiga collection late last week on Twitter. An official announcement about what, exactly, the new collection contains should be coming soon.

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The Internet Archive now houses more than 10,000 Amiga programs and games