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News   News : Amiga Future 71 Out
   posted by AndreasM on 8-Mar-2008 13:28:55 (2063 reads)
Issue 71 (March/April 2008) of Amiga Future is out today.

This means that all pre-orders and subscriptions have been shipped.

Deliveries for Alinea, AmigaKit, ASB, GGS-Data, Samuli and Vesalia have been shipped as well. If there are any other dealers with an interest in stocking Amiga Future simply send us an email. :)

The Amiga Future is available as a subscription and also as a single issue in German and English.

The excerpts and a detailed description of contents of Amiga Future is available at

In this latest issue we have lots of reviews. The new version of YAM has been reviewed, as well as OWB and Hollywood 3.

Together with the release of Hollywood 3 we have a workshop about Hollywood in this very issue.

Of course specials like the Amiga Retrospective are included as well.

This issue we have on the cover CD as well as some other full versions the full version of Monzoom, but unfortunately this version of Monzoom is only available in German.

Translators wanted:

We are looking for 2 or 3 translators for the English edition of the Amiga Future. If you have some spare time and want to work with us at the Amiga Future then please write an email to .

Please note:

There are only a few copies left of issues 65, 66 and 69!

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Re: Amiga Future 71 Out
Posted on 8-Mar-2008 15:07:41
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From: County Yakima, WA State, USA

Amiga Future is always a great read. I am looking forward to receiving this issue.

You are surely missing out if you don't subscribe.

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AmigaOne XE G4
I'd agree with you, but then we'd both be wrong.

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Re: Amiga Future 71 Out
Posted on 8-Mar-2008 20:41:32
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Posts: 1123
From: Europe

Thanks Andreas, can't wait till it arrives!

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Re: Amiga Future 71 Out
Posted on 9-Mar-2008 3:02:49
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Posts: 2007
From: Noranda Canada

Where in Canada can I order this magazine?


A1-C 750GX@800 using OS4.1

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Re: Amiga Future 71 Out
Posted on 9-Mar-2008 11:45:05
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It's a great magazine, money well spent!
Thanks to everyone involved with making it.


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Re: Amiga Future 71 Out
Posted on 9-Mar-2008 12:26:08
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From: Germany


thanks :)

> Where in Canada can I order this magazine?

In canada we dont have a dealer. the users from this country oder all in our onlineshop the mag.

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 71 Out
Posted on 10-Mar-2008 2:49:21
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Last fall I gambled that I would get a decent paying job and so I ordered a subscription. By American standards it is quite expensive, but I GOT the job!
I am happy.

I show my Amiga Future copy at our Amiga club meeting.

I am hoping that sometime later in 2008 to convince someone else in our club (help them) buy some new Amiga hardware. My aging AmigaOne is still going strong and, hardware wise, still fulfills all my desires.

A subscriber,

..effects of civilization upon...nature, the growing gap between what education was supposed to accomplish and what it consisted of, the national debt and...high taxes, the problem of the excess cost of medical care -- Philip Wylie, 1951

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