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Announcement   Announcement : Issue 48 of the CRYPTmag - The Birdmen of Hirta is now out!
   posted by Zola on 4-Mar-2007 15:42:32 (2245 reads)
After much beavering away at the keyboard, we once again bring you a packed edition of the CRYPTmag.

Barry Walker brings you the last part of his "Amiga Event Detector" project. Now all those people who have abandoned Amiga`s lying in their lofts and cupboards can now find a use for them.

Remember Edgar Vigdal? After he made a satisfyingly successful job of porting his Amiga classic Deluxe Galaga, now known as Warblade,has decided to also port over his other successful game Deluxe PacMan.

These are just two of the over 70 articles in this issue of the magazine to keep you busy for hours. So pop along to - The CRYPTmag

Steve Evans
    

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Re: Issue 48 of the CRYPTmag - The Birdmen of Hirta is now
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Another good issue, well done


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Thanks :)

And dont forget were always on the lookout for new stuff, especially Amiga related. So if you would like to write something I`m sure we can find space for it.

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A great magazine. Thanks Zola.


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Hi,

Thanks to the Team and especially Barry Walker for his impromptu appearance at LAG 3.

His report on the Lincolnshire Amiga Group (LAG) meeting 3 is most entertaining :)

Keep up the good work, and many thanks.

Michael

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