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AmigaWorld - Amiga Community Portal


Amiga Future 65 (March/April) Out

Date 2-Mar-2007 16:55:47
Topic: Miscellaneous News


Issue 65 (March/April) of the Amiga Future has been released. This means that all subscriptions and preorders have been brought to the postal office.

In this issue you can find reviews of Total Chaos, Battle Squadron, Atomix, Jumping Machine, Platou, The Wall, Simple View, Search Star, Reggae, WarpDT, AmigaAMP, DiskMaster 2, Global Trash, IBrwose 2.4, MCP, Sashimi, Snoopy, MemGuard, Ranger, MindCandy and Immortal 3 for instance.



But of course many other articles. A detailed description of contents and try-outs can be found using the URL http://www.amigafuture.de/forum/kb.php?mode=article&k=1293

Again we we were able to collect many full versions for the cover CD:

A320, Antares, Atoms, Automobiles, Blowout, Crossword Wizard 1, Crossword Wizard 2, Cytadela, Daleks, Find a Word, Find a Word Wizard, Galactic Miners, HCBomber, JU52, Kajko i kokosz, Milky Way Cafe, Rush Maths 1, Rush Maths 2, Simon Says Australia, Simon Says Beach, Simon Says Farm, Simon Says Zoo, SlotWarrior, Top Hat Willy, Turbo Duel, Turbo Tomato, Virtual Ball Fighters.

Issue 65 (and of course older issues) can be ordered in our online shop at http://www.apc-tcp.de

The Amiga Future is available at some Amiga dealers like Vesalia, Alinea, GGS-Data and others as well.

The magazine is available as a single issue and subscription with or without a cover CD.

Currently you can order several older issues starting at 1 Euro.

The Issues 30, 39, 31 and 52 are sold out.

http://www.amigafuture.de



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