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Retro Planet #3 - STILL HOT!
Date 1-Apr-2014 20:41:53
We were a little late on this announcement this time, we were killer busy, producing, printing and sending copies everywhere.... Well better late that never they say!
Retro Planet #3 - March 2014 is STILL OUT THERE!
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52 full color pages full of Amiga & Retro stuff!
* A special article about the history of Microsoft. The first ten years of the geeks that rule the computer world. Yes it all started on the minds of two students without a personal computer at home.
* First official hardware review on the Greek press for the new ACA 500.
* A report of the first Greek Amicamp, the official Greek Amiga exhibition.
* A PC ENGINE special article.
* The PC platform games we never played. Why????
* Battle Squadron remake, the review.
* 8 Magic bits: Commodore 16 & Plus/4
...and many more!!!!
The magazine is focused on Amiga of course, but it includes topics about other computers and consoles as well.
The magazine comes out every three months -four issues a year-.
It is written in Greek language however we are planning to promote it online as well with some special exclusive articles in English so stay tuned. To give a start in this we have uploaded our English Blog here: http://amigaplanet.wordpress.com/
We already have online an English section on our forum here:
For those of you who are interested to grab a copy -for the case you speak Greek or you are a magazine collector or you want to support us (thanks!), you can visit http://www.retroplanet.gr or send your order @ amigaplanetgrrece AT gmail DOT com. We accept PayPal and we ship worldwide. Just send us an email with the number of copies you want and your full details -name, address, city, postal code and country- and we get back to you asap with the final cost!
We would like to thank EVERYONE who have supported the magazine so far in any possible way!
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