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Miscellaneous News   Miscellaneous News : Amiga Future 80 - AVAILABLE NOW
   posted by AndreasM on 1-Sep-2009 11:23:19 (1547 reads)
The Amiga Future issue 80 (September/October 2009) is out now.

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

In issue 80 you'll find reviews about Netsurf, BOH, Amiga Forever 2009 and much more. Also there are special articles about data security and an interview with Cloanto.

As well as many full versions and PD software you'll find the full version of Hell Squad on the cover CD.

A more detailed description of the magazine's contents can be found at:


The Amiga Future is available as an English or German print magazine directly at the editorial office and some Amiga dealers like APC&TCP, Alinea, AmigaKit, ASB, GGS Data, Hast, Voxel, Samuli and Vesalia. We are currently looking for more outlets and dealers wanting to offer the Amiga Future from their stocks.

The Amiga Future magazine is available as either a single issue or by subscription with or without the cover CD.

Amiga Future needs YOU ...

We still need more translators for the magazine team. To be considered your native language should be either English or German. Of course you should be able to read and write both languages also.

If you are interested in being part of the Amiga Future team then please contact us via email to: .

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Re: Amiga Future 80 - AVAILABLE NOW
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Thank you for this new issue, I'll waiting it and the new postman that now I have...

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Re: Amiga Future 80 - AVAILABLE NOW
Posted on 2-Sep-2009 16:27:37
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Great, I'm waiting...

AmigaOS 4.1 FEu2 on Sam440ep-flex 800MHz 1GB RAM
C128, A500+, A1200, A1200/40, AmigaForever 2008+09+16, 5 x86/x64 boxes
Still waiting (or dreaming) for the Amiga revolution...

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Re: Amiga Future 80 - AVAILABLE NOW
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Today the magazine arrived me and surprise... new postman and the same problem of always, the envelope with the magazine and CDRom once more the magazine is turn and this time the CDRom almost too. This situation is incredible every six month the same terror history with a new postman/postwoman. I have though leave the suscription, because to receive the magazines and CDRom in this situations is a nightmare, I like the magazines in good state not with turn leaves.

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