The 96th issue of Amiga Future was released today. As last time, the magazine is in full colour and with many interesting articles. I’ve pre-ordered this issue and I’m eagerly awaiting for it to arrive in my mailbox. Issue 95 was a good read, so I’m looking forward to more of the same.
The main editor of Amiga Future, Andreas Magerl, posted the following announcement at Amigaworld.net:
News: Amiga Future issue 96 released
The English and German issue 96 (May/June 2012) of the print magazine Amiga Future has been distributed today, and can also be ordered directly from the editorial office of Amiga Future, and the other Amiga dealers that stock the magazine.
From from the issue 94 the Amiga Future magazines will be printed in full colour.
Review AresOne XL
Review Audio Evolution
Review Hollywood 5
Review Cinnamon Writer
Interview Jens Henschel
and so much more … if you haven’t already, get your collectible copy ordered today
A more detailed description of the contents and previews of this issue can be found at the Amiga Future magazine homepage.
I know I’ve said it before, but I think it’s great that there’s still a printed Amiga magazine being released regularly. If you want them to continue publishing it, please show your support by ordering an issue or two. It’s well worth it if you love reading about Amiga stuff.
March 2, 2012
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Issue 95 of Amiga Future was released today. Once again they’ve decided to print it in full colours. I really enjoyed reading the last issue and will definitely purchase this one as well. It’s great news that they’re continuing making the magazine in colours, as it looks much better than the older black and white editions.
This time you’ll find articles about the AmigaOne X1000 “First Contact” systems, the update to AmiKit, an interview with Stephen Fellner (this is the guy behind DVPlayer on AmigaOS 4.x), a review of Mr. Beanbag and much, much more. The readers-letters section featuring the poor (and always hungry) guy in the basement is as usual present at the back of the magazine.
The main editor, Andreas Magerl, has now confirmed that all future issues of Amiga Future will be in full colours. Great stuff!
If you’re interested in purchasing the latest issue of Amiga Future, you can get it from one of the dealers below:
Are you going to buy this issue of Amiga Future?