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News   News : Amiga Future 73 (July/August 2008) - Out Now
   posted by AndreasM on 3-Jul-2008 14:19:21 (1953 reads)
The Amiga Future 73 (July/August 2008) has been released. This means that all subscriptions, pre-orders and dealer supplies have been shipped.

Now it's out of our hands and up to the postal service when the magazine actually gets to you.

Read more...


In this issue you'll find recent reviews of OWB, MySpellChecker, Sputnik, Deneb and lots more. Needless to say the specials like Game Endings or a report about Jagged are also in this issue.

Also in the magazine, we have an interview with the makers of NatAmi and Thilo Köhler.

You can find a more detailed description of the full content at: http://www.amigafuture.de/kb.php?mode=article&k=2649

Amiga Future is available as a German and English print magazine directly from the editorial office and also through some Amiga dealers. Amiga Future is also available as a single issue or by subscription, each with or without a cover CD.

As always on the Amiga Future cover CD you can find lots of PD software and some full versions like Hoi, Clockwiser and Real3D.

We ask all interested users to order this issue as soon as possible because we print only a few magazines additional to the subscriptions and pre-orders.

Amiga Future needs your support

We are looking for editors for the magazine. You should own a classic Amiga or Pegasos and know it's workings. Furthermore you should have some experience in writing reviews. As well as that, your native language has to be either German or English which you should be fluent in.

Please don't forget: The Amiga Future is a community project.

In addition we are still looking for translators for the magazine. Again your native language should be German or English and you should be fluent in reading/writing both of them.

Interested? Please contact us via mail at: Andreas@amigafuture.de
http://www.amigafuture.de
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Moxee 
Re: Amiga Future 73 (July/August 2008) - Out Now
Posted on 3-Jul-2008 16:12:36
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Wow! It is difficult to believe that another two months have passed.

for your great magazine, a cover to cover read every time.


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Re: Amiga Future 73 (July/August 2008) - Out Now
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Re: Amiga Future 73 (July/August 2008) - Out Now
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Great job, Andreas, I wait you new issue, and its articles and CDRom with the interesting programs and games.

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I got it, yesterday the magaize arrived to mail box, I saw a few the pages and I like the new issue and the interviews, a great job Andreas! Congratulations, every issue is bette than previous.

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THANKS :)


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