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News   News : Amiga Future WANTED: Demoscene editor
   posted by AndreasM on 11-Mar-2022 12:36:24 (528 reads)
For the Amiga Future Print Magazine we are looking for an editor for our demoscene corner.

- You must be very familiar with the demoscene.
- Nobody is perfect - but there shouldn't be too many spelling mistakes either.
- You really have to have the time for it. Don't underestimate that!
- It would be ideal and perfect if you could also create videos of the demos.
- And of course very important: have fun doing it.

https://www.amigafuture.de
    

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