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Announcement   Announcement : aMiGa=PoWeR issue 28 available
   posted by murakami on 13-Sep-2004 22:27:51 (1148 reads)
Issue 28 of the French languaged Amiga magazine aMiGa=PoWeR is now available.This issue includes: Introduction to AmigaOS4, OS4-MorphOS: the duel, NASS4, Huno Party 2, Symphony 2004, Interview : behind the Immortal CD and other articles about Amithlon, USB on the Amiga, etc.

aMiGa=PoWeR is a French newspaper issued by AFLE (French association). Created in 1998, A=P became thanks to the experience of AFLE (created in 1994), the 1st French-speaking Amiga newspaper. Entirely laser printed, A=P is distributed in the whole world.

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