Digita International were one of
Britain's most successful Amiga productivity software studios! Their
product line included the legendary Wordworth word processor, amongst
other popular office applications. We speak to the founding members of
Digita, who speak candidly about how the company started and how they
played their part in the innovation of modern WYSIWYG office software.
game releases and previews including CyberPunks 2, Scourge Of The
Underkind, Guardian - The Legend of Flaming Sword and Blackdawn
Classic Amiga game titles such as The Secret Of Monkey Island, Darkmere: The Nightmare's Begun and Lionheart.
A look at the work of a true artistic visionary, Rolf Mohr.
Become an Amiga animator using our Vista Pro animation tutorial.
Neil Thomas of RMC picks his favourite Amiga games of all time in Six Of The Best.
Ever wanted to bang that metal? Find out how to learn assembly language.
To Be This Good Takes... Amiga! We checkout Sega's iconic arcade games and how their Amiga ports fared.
The second part in Adam Laidlaw's A500++ Purple Storm build.
h0ffman's highlights from the demoscene.
Stoo Cambridge of Sensible Software.
The usual Amiga news, Back In The Day and readers letters.
Plus lots lots more..!
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