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News   News : Amiga Future issue 94 released - 1st edition in FULL COLOUR
   posted by AndreasM on 10-Jan-2012 12:44:46 (2394 reads)
The English and German issue 94 (January/February 2012) of the print magazine Amiga Future has been distributed today, and can also be ordered directly from the editorial office of Amiga Future, and the other Amiga dealers that stock the magazine.

From now on all the Amiga Future magazines will be printed in full colour.


Mag Content:

AmigaOS 4.1 Update 4
AmigaOne 500
Kryoflux
C-Workshop part 11
Classic Reflection 2

and so much more ... if you haven't already, get your collectible copy ordered today

A more detailed description of the contents and previews of this issue can be found at the Amiga Future magazine hompepage.

Information: http://www.amigafuture.de/kb.php?mode=article&k=4023
Orders: http://www.amigashop.org


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Re: Amiga Future issue 94 released - 1st edition in FULL COL
Posted on 10-Jan-2012 15:50:59
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Excellent, I look forward to receiving it in the post. :D


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Me too


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bought a subscription last week from AmigaKit

ready as a egg to start reading it


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And if AF economy start to crash with colour version, please go back to B&W rather than cancel the mag, please.


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Boy I wish I lived in the EU i've wanted a subscription to AF but its very expensive!

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@KimmoK

Better way are that we get some new subscriptions :)

@realizeá

Inside or outside the EU. the p+p are the same.


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@AndreasM

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Inside or outside the EU. the p+p are the same.

yeah, but the exchange rate from the euro to USD is rather poor. so on a subjective basis, it 'feels' more expensive here in the US. that said i think it's worth it, and always look forward to every issue. just like the 1980s and 1990s, when i was young(er), i get all excited about it arriving in the post.

@realize

there are a few oddities in the translations from german to english occasionally, but i still think it's worth the price. coverage is about even between amiga classic and amiga NG, with articles and reviews for OS3 software and hardware, as well as OS4, MOS, and AROS. you'll love it.

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Get the issue today and must say....
That i thought it is not so important
to be in colour, but itsáreally more
enjoyable now. Pretty COLOURS ;)
And worth every cent.

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