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Announcement   Announcement : Amiga Future 68 Out
   posted by AndreasM on 4-Sep-2007 9:49:42 (2137 reads)
The German and English issue 68 (September/October 2007) of the Amiga Future has been released.

This means that all subscriptions and preorders have been brought to the postal office. Subscriptions to outside Germany have been shipped via airmail.

Besides many articles covering the Amiga there are reviews of AWeb, Shuffle or an interview with the developer of Sputnik aswell and much more in this issue. A more detailed description of contents and German and English excerpts can be found at: .

On the cover CD there are many full versions again besides lots of PD software:

Starbirds, AGDB, Mikro Mortal Tennis, Excellent Card Games 1, Excellent Card Games 2, Excellent Card Games 3, Serious Backgammon, Doktor, Blast Squad (so far unreleased), Robossy, Puzzo Mania, Zerberk, Minerunner, Poweroids, Star Defender, Monster of Terror, Equality, Technoball OCS, Technoball AGA, Tronic.

The Amiga Future is available as a single issue or subscription. You can choose whether you want it with or without a cover CD.

The Amiga Future is available directly at the editorial office at or some Amiga dealers.

Dealers interested in offering the Amiga Future to their customers should drop us an email.

We are looking urgently for help regarding the English edition of the Amiga Future. We look more translator having English as their native language with a very good knowledge of German. Furthermore we look for correctors for the English articles.
If you are able and willing to help us then please write an email to using the subject "Amiga Future".


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Re: Amiga Future 68 Out
Posted on 4-Sep-2007 17:29:29
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Thanks, looking forward to receiving the new issue.

Hate tends to make you look stupid...

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Re: Amiga Future 68 Out
Posted on 5-Sep-2007 11:12:53
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From: Long Riston, East Yorkshire

Hi Andreas

Just recieved my copy this morning. Thanks.

Peter Swallow.
A1XEG3-800 [IBM 750FX PowerPC], running OS4.1FE, using ac97 onboard sound.

"There are 10 types of people in the world: those who understand binary, and those who don't."

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Re: Amiga Future 68 Out
Posted on 5-Sep-2007 12:23:12
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From: Germany

WOW, thats fast

Andreas Magerl
Amiga Future, Amiga Poster, AmiATLAS, CygnusEd, DigiBoosterPro, Marblelous, Desert Racing, Amiga Guru Book, Flyin High, Pinball Brain Damage, Roadshow, Scene Archives...

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Re: Amiga Future 68 Out
Posted on 5-Sep-2007 17:04:02
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From: Northern Scotland

Mine arrived today too, in Northern Scotland.

BTW The label still says England !

But it got here all the same

Amazingly quick.


PS. You got my name wrong in the article about DU, it is Eaves not Evans

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Re: Amiga Future 68 Out
Posted on 5-Sep-2007 23:33:03
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My copy also arrived today (well, Yesterday, i.e. Wednesday) here in Denmark.

So it seems the new mailing strategy is a good choice!

Best regards,


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Re: Amiga Future 68 Out
Posted on 6-Sep-2007 7:44:50
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Mine arrived yesterday (5th Sept) too, taken it to work today to read

SAM 460 with 2GB or RAM, 1000GB HD, 4 port SATA, DVDRW drive and Radeon HD 4650 GFX card.

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Re: Amiga Future 68 Out
Posted on 6-Sep-2007 21:20:36
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Mine arrived Wednesday too :)

Back to action!

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Re: Amiga Future 68 Out
Posted on 7-Sep-2007 22:26:11
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here Today too!

you saved my day once again after hard working day!

i love it to read it friday in the evening to start into the weekend!

thanks for that AndreasM and Team! Keep up the good work and never surrender, we all need ppl like you!

Charly says always tell your mummy before you go off use some other os!

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Re: Amiga Future 68 Out
Posted on 10-Sep-2007 20:12:44
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Amiga Future 68 is now in stock and available from

Direct link:

Amiga Kit Amiga Store
Links: | New Products | X5000

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Re: Amiga Future 68 Out
Posted on 11-Sep-2007 2:28:11
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Got my issue today in the States.

Hate tends to make you look stupid...

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