Our cover article this issue renders the story of LightWave
- the Amiga's most-powerful 3D application which has been used in
countless TV shows and movies to generate CGI special effects. We're
joined by industry legends Christopher Barnatt (BBC TV producer), Ben Vost (Amiga Format/3D World magazine), Dan Ablan (3D creative director/author) and Kevin Quattro
(movie 3D art director) to learn more about why LightWave is still used
today and what made the pioneering Amiga versions so special.
Free complete coverdisk game download, HOI AGA Remix Edition.
Preview of new game Roguecraft and interview with Henning and Ricki of Badger Punch Games.
Classic magazine talk, with The Australian Commodore And Amiga Review publication.
Six Of The Best with Keir Fraser of FlashFloppy and Greaseweazle fame.
Many years before Nintendo's success with the Wii Balance board, Amiga had already produced the very same product; The Joyboard.
Kickstart UK Amiga expo show report.
Classic gaming with Alien Breed II: The Horror Continues, The Blues Brothers and the CD32's Gunship 2000.
Amiga lighting mods and the Run DMX lighting controller.
New coding tutorial series: Programming In AMOS.
The tale of the Amiga BoXeR prototype continues.
Interview with Boat, Aaron and Brent of Amigos retro gaming network of podcasts.
regulars including former-Sensible Software's Stoo Cambridge, Demoscene
with h0ffman, Amiga news, User Groups, Classic Coverdisk Of The Month
and readers letters.
Plus lots lots more..!
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