Coding games is a dead art these days.
Any coder on the Amiga tried to squeeze every fucking scanline out of some code to get it run faster. On the PC you don't need to do that, you just stick the minimum requirements up to a P3 800.
It's all processor and graphic card speed these days, and that killed the art of coding as far as I am concerned - along with the DirectX API.
Just think what the Amiga could be capable with if there was a 800mhz CPU.