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News   News : Interview of Gianluca Girelli
   posted by Glames on 12-Sep-2021 13:49:21 (235 reads)
You can read the (English) interview of Gianluca Girelli (GDG-entertainment) about their brand new game, Cybersphere. Here is the link. It was initially published in Boing magazine issue #1 (French).

Boing is a French magazine dedicated to the Amiga computer, whether original ("classic") or new generation. It deals with all its variations: AmigaOS (1.x, 2.x, 3.x), AmigaOS 4.1, MorphOS, AROS and ApolloOS. It's published by Boing Attitude.
    

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