One of my favorite C64 games from a nostalgic point of view is Wizard, or Ultimate Wizard, by Progressive Peripherals & Software out of Denver, Colorado.
Progressive Peripherals & Software also made a lot of software and hardware for Amiga including a terminal program called Baud Bandit, which I just picked up for the first time. Love that logo and particularly the Bandit icon.
At first blush I really like the default Topaz font and built-in color palette, which is customizable. I think I just need to fiddle with a few of the preferences. And oh man - I love all these new icons!
And two of the icons in particular ... I'll be using them a TON! Instead of taking pictures of my screen, now I can save on-screen text to a file with the click of a button. Or, pause screen text that's flowing too fast to read (lookin' at you, Centronian!) Woot!
Here's a closeup of Baud Bandit next to Progressive Peripherals.
I'd love to source one of their ProRAM 3000 boards some day. It plopped 64MB of RAM in your Amiga 3000 back in the day, which must have sounded obscenely mind-bending. PP&S even made high-end A2000/A3000 accelerators, too.
Talk about a multi-dimensional Commodore lovin' company!