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News   News : The Amiga Future magazine - Issue 159 preview is now available to view online
   posted by AndreasM on 21-Oct-2022 13:22:19 (1394 reads)
These comprise of the full colour preview and excerpts of our Amiga Future issue 159 (November/December 2022) which can also be viewed online on the Amiga Future website.

Some of the interesting articles in this issue are:

Playfield
Review Freeway USB Clockport Card
Review Riamel - Black Prophecy

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

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

A detailed description of the varied content and excerpts of our current issue can be found at: https://www.amigafuture.de/app.php/kb/index?c=13

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

Read More....


Important Notice!

All our Amiga Future subscribers should check that both your current postal and email addresses for you are correct that has been supplied by you to us.
The Amiga Future gets packed and shipped a few days prior to its actual release date. So, we need any change/correction to your address to be passed to us before we dispatch it, and in any case as soon as possible.
Bear in mind that: Usually requests to forward on mail will not be handled with such mail items, i.e. magazines!

We also ask that you check that your subscription fee(s) are current and up to date, i.e. already been paid, as some, in fact quite a few, subscription fees are still not currently fully paid.

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

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