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Miscellaneous News   Miscellaneous News : New PDF magazines from NAF
   posted by alef on 18-Jan-2019 21:40:25 (481 reads)
Hey.

We have new free PDFs downloads of our magazines Amigaguiden and AmigaMAD ready.

<<Read more>>



Magazines were made on an AmigaOne G4 XE running AmigaOS 4.1 using PageStream ...

AmigaMAD (English) direct download
Amigaguiden (Norwegian) direct download

PDF magazines are biproduct of our respective magazines.
For subscription of paper magazines:
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Regards,
Alef
    

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