High resolution scans of Amiga game boxes, in an A-Z list for browsing. A lot of excellent artwork was used on packaging, so browsing though the images can be quite an enjoyable experience.
High resolution scans of Amiga educational software boxes, in an A-Z list for browsing.
High resolution scans of Amiga utility/application software boxes, in an A-Z list for browsing. Although not as exciting at the game boxes, it provides a useful reference
Artwork used in commercial games, regardless of platform, free from defacement by corporate logos and sales spiel!
A photo report from Back In Time Live 2002. A C64 music event from 2002, which BuZz and XtC attended. A fair few well known musicians from the 8 and 16 bit days were present, a long with a lot of fans of the music.
When the first version of the ExoticA website was made in 1997, it had a "Splash Screen" with colourful logo before entering the site (Which also doubled as a page to allow the user to choose frames or not). Later on XtC joined the project, and showed off his graphic skills by making various seasonal and topical logos for the site. Here you will find the selection of graphics we have used over the years.
In November 2001, ExoticA held a competition to see who could come up with the best logo for the Intro Page at ExoticA. All entries were judged by XtC, the main ExoticA graphics artist. This page shows the result of the competition, and all the entries.
A selection of photographs from some avid Amiga game collectors.