I have a soft spot in my heart for the Commodore Amiga. It came out 22 years ago in 1985 and was way ahead of its time. It had a GUI, ,stereo audio, hi-res color graphics, hardware-accelerated graphics, etc. It had all this years before the PC. I didn't jump to the PC until 1995 because it was only then that it had managed to surpass the Amiga. It was the Amiga that first brought things like 3D rendering, digital video editing, and looped audio creation to the mainstream.
Given the great multimedia capabilities, the Amiga was also a great gaming computer. Wired just published an article listing the top 10 most influence games on the Amiga. I played most of these and enjoyed them. Games listed include:
To this list I would add:
4/13 Update - Added Dungeon Master to the list. Definitely influential.