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Announcement   Announcement : Amiga Future 74 (September/October 2008) Preview Online
   posted by AndreasM on 17-Aug-2008 12:06:43 (1999 reads)
The preview and excerpts of the Amiga Future 73 (September/Oktober 2008) are online now.

In this issue you'll find reviews of the recent version of WinUAE, AmiBlitz, MorphOS 2.0, AMuse, Cave Story and much more.

A more detailed description of contents and excerpts can be found at: Amiga Future


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

As always you can find lots of PD software and some full versions like Photo Filio, Stral, Battle Space and more on the cover CD.

We ask all users interested in the magazine to order it as soon as possible.

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:

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Re: Amiga Future 74 (September/October 2008) Preview Online
Posted on 17-Aug-2008 22:56:48
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P O L E !

lots of stuff that i've been involved in are in this mag... how do i get a copy? i'd like to read it.

AOS4 Betatester, Peg2, G4@1ghz, Radeon 9250 256mb, 1gb RAM.

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Re: Amiga Future 74 (September/October 2008) Preview Online
Posted on 18-Aug-2008 12:49:15
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Well, as always Andreas, good job, and I'll waiting your new issue.

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Re: Amiga Future 74 (September/October 2008) Preview Online
Posted on 18-Aug-2008 15:52:02
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Here I am... even more self-promotion for me.

Any mention of... well, you can all probably guess now.


Sex doesn't prove to me that sex doesn't suck.

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Re: Amiga Future 74 (September/October 2008) Preview Online
Posted on 18-Aug-2008 22:41:53
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Great magazine

Sent from my Quantum Computer.

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