We talk to ex-members of Amiga
development studio Core Design, bringing you the exclusive story of
their formative years on the Amiga before the Tomb Raider franchise.
Virtual coverdisk download, including three addictive shareware titles.
latest Amiga games coverage including a roundup of modern Amiga
releases in recent years and a review of brand new release Duckstroma.
Even more hot new Amiga gaming, with a development diary on Supernova and the previously unreleased Riamel: Black Prophecy.
Interview with Ex-Amiga Power scribe Tim Tucker.
Adventures In Amiga Wordprocessing - new contributor Sheldon relives some of his best years using Amiga productivity software.
largest section of classic games so far - featuring reviews of Rise Of
The Robots, OnEscapee and the Hollywood Collection (RoboCop,
Ghostbusters II, Batman The Movie and Indiana Jones And The Last
Amiga Bill picks his favourite Amiga games in Six Of The Best.
Public Domain special feature by Matthew Smith.
C Programming tutorial so you can code like a pro on the Amiga!
Demoscene regular column by h0ffman.
Overview of the new Checkmate metal computer stands.
Book review of the beautiful Demoscene: The AGA Years.
Ravi takes a look at MorphOS in his ongoing journey of Amiga discovery!
Plus lots lots more..!
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