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Announcement   Announcement : Amiga Future 70 (January/February 2008) Preview Online
   posted by AndreasM on 30-Dec-2007 13:52:18 (1507 reads)
The preview and excerpts of the Amiga Future 70 (January/February 2008) are online)

Of course you'll find a review of AmigaOS4 on ClassicPPC. Also there is a related special showing the differences between AmigaOS 3.x and AmigaOS 4.0.

In this issue we have reviewed the new version of MindSpace and there is also a detailed review of the Amiga Forever 2008 in this edition as well.

You can find a detailed description of contents and excerpts at http://www.amigafuture.de/kb.php?mode=article&k=2356 .



The Amiga Future is available as an English and German print magazine directly from the editorial office and some Amiga dealers. The Amiga Future can be obtained as a single issue or subscription each with or without a cover CD.

As always you can find lot of PD software and some full versions on the cover CD.

As this is the 10th anniversary edition and as a small extra we include as many full versions as the issue number itself. In short: This time you can find 70 full versions on the Amiga Future cover CD.

We ask all users having interest in the magazine to order as soon as possible. It would also be helpful if subscribers wanting to extend their subscription would do so as soon as possible.

http://www.amigafuture.de



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VooDoo 
Re: Amiga Future 70 (January/February 2008) Preview Online
Posted on 30-Dec-2007 17:13:03
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Great...very nice mag for this cold day`s..and is time for my first order


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It looks like a great magazine. I'll look for the closest Amiga dealer.


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Re: Amiga Future 70 (January/February 2008) Preview Online
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I resubscribed for this coming issue (by PayPal), but didn't get any confirmation, so I hope it turns up...


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