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News   News : The Amiga Future magazine - Issue 154 preview is now available to view online
   posted by AndreasM on 16-Dec-2021 9:53:42 (486 reads)
This is the full colour preview and excerpts of the Amiga Future magazine, issue 154 (January/February 2022) that can now be viewed online on the Amiga Future website.
ATTENTION: We will try to send the issue in the first week of January again this year. I.e. the booklets are published over the turn of the year
already packed. So please order the issue as early as possible or remember to pay your subscription bills.

Some of the interesting articles in this issue are:

Interview Thomas Römer
Review Matze 68030-TK2
Review Ad Cosmos Ex Terra

Of course there's so MUCH more actually in the magazine.

Needless to say you often get other versions of software, often what was commercially available, as well as some of the latest try-outs or freely released software applications and games for, hopefully, all of the Amiga type Operating systems, so that's Amiga 'Classic', OS4, MorphOS, and AROS, including some PD software for these systems, all on the Reader's cover CD.

A detailed description of this issues contents and excerpts can be found at: https://www.amigafuture.de/app.php/kb/index?c=13

The Amiga Future magazine is available as an English and German printed magazine - every issue is available in FULL COLOUR - directly available from the magazine editorial office and also from various other Amiga dealers.

Caution!

We ask all Amiga Future subscribers to check whether we have the current postal address and email address of you.
The Amiga Future will be packed and shipped a few days before the release date. We therefore need a change of address as soon as possible.
Important: Requests for forwarding normally do not work with magazines!

We also ask you to check whether any subscription bills have already been paid. Unfortunately, many subscription bills are currently still unpaid.

Preview: https://www.amigafuture.de/app.php/kb/index?c=13
Orders: https://www.amigashop.org

https://www.amigafuture.de
http://www.apc-tcp.de


    

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