The upcoming issue of Amiga Future, this time number 98, will hit the shelves on the 5th of September 2012. Here’s a small preview of the magazine and a bit of information about what it will contain. 🙂
Worms DC: Kirby Conversion Set, Abbo, Dust Digger, Software Manager, AROS Vision, MorphOS 3.1, Scriba, X-bEnCh, OS4 Depot, Homebank, Paint, Hollywood Designer 4, Sketchblock, XAMOS, glUAE.
Data management in AmigaDOS part 2, Mercurial Part 1, C-Workshop part 15.
Classic Reflections 5 (Digita International), Caanoo part 1.
Interview Magnetic Fields, Interview Sharrukin, Editorial, Content, News, Up2Date, Imprint, Content CoverCD, Letters to the editor, Preview.
The Attack of the Green Smelly Aliens From Planet 27b/6, Galleons, Magic Forest 2, Flies – Attack on Earth, Fatal Heritage
amisystemrestore, freeciv-sdl, grunch, hurrican, Koules_OS4, netpbm, ptplay_tnplug, ReportPlus-OS4, snoopy, uade,
aros5_theme_v1, hexen2-utils.aros-i386, hexen2.aros-i386, hexenw-utils.aros-i386, hexenworld.aros-i386, Koules-AROS, retrofunk_aros_theme_v1, Saga-AROS, WormWars-AROS,
Abbo, AmigaBootSelector, AmigaParachute, AmiQuake, AmiSystemRestore, AmiTCP-api-30b2, AmiTCP-bin-30b2, AmiTCP-src-30b2, BitchX-11, Bricky, cddapatch, cdplayer_lib, chnfsc102-30b2, codesets-6.14, CongstarCFG, DesignerSP, DiamondBOX150, DOpus4SP, DrawerBall, ErmentrudDemo, fail_68k, getbestmode, gocart_68k, HollywoodSP, icbm3d_68k, IconLib_46.4, Jack_Classic, Jack_WarpOS, kitty0.622, Koules, listID, moon-buggy_68k, oki_68k, OpenURL-7.11, quickcamexpress_vhi, QuickStarterSP, ReportPlus, RLD_68k, ShowOpenDocument, spacefighter_68k, SysLock4.0, SysLock4.0b, timberwolf, TinyLauncher, VAMP, Wazp3D, xsoldier_68k, Ybrick,
jhead-mos, KoulesMOS, mo5_sdk-mos, ReportPlusMOS,
Multimedia: BoingsWorld Podcast Episode 29 and 30
Lot’s of interesting articles this time. I’m definitely going to order this issue. If you’d like to check it out yourself, you can order from Vesalia.de by following this link. 🙂
Have a nice day and thanks for reading!
I dig the cover. Makes me want to put together another project computer and try out AROS.
Sounds good mate. 🙂 AROS is a lot of fun and definitely worth trying. You can give it a shot in a virtual environment too. 🙂
Glad to see XAMOS featured in an ink-and-paper magazine!
Many thanks for visiting my blog and for commenting. 🙂
Yes, it’s great news. Looking forward to read the article.
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