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Announcement   Announcement : Last Call for Amiga Quake II Competition.
   posted by Mikey_C on 18-Mar-2003 23:06:48 (1634 reads)
Issue 14 of Total Amiga Magazine is out now to subscribers and will shortly be available via selected Amiga retailers worldwide.

Due to the interest on the Quake II competition, we have extended the closing date for new subscribers until March 19, 24:00hrs GMT. To enter, subscribe to Total Amiga Magazine before the deadline.


For subscriptions details, please visit: http://www.totalamiga.org/subscribe.htm

Find out how good Total Amiga Magazine is, download Issue 12 for free here (PDF)
    

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