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Internet News   Internet News : Amiga Future Issues 50 and 59 Online
   posted by AndreasM on 26-Sep-2007 16:54:05 (1336 reads)
The german issues 50 and 59 of the Amiga Future are out of stock. Because of that you can read the two magazines (amongst many other issues) online here.

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The issue 68 has been released recently and is available in our online shop. Just now we work hard on issue 69.

You can order the second english Issue from Amiga Future in our online shop.

http://www.amigafuture.de
http://www.apc-tcp.de
    

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