THE WORLD'S BEST-SELLING AMIGA MAGAZINE
|Issue No: 30
||Month: January 1991
|Release Date: December 12th 1991
|Editor: Damien Noonan
||Spine text: 'Brighter by far'
|Page Count: 308
||Quote of the month: Christmas? Bah! Humbug!
Past, Present, and Future
9 features on the past year and the announcements for 1992
SequencerOne (Gajits Music Software)
Xmas Lemmings (DMA/Psygnosis)
Graphics Workshop (Holosoft Technologies)
Stereo Master demo (Holosoft Technologies)
Amiga Format and Commodore UK produce joint advertising campaign
Oh No! More Lemmings! expansion pack released
A500 Plus compatibility: the continuing story
A690: the first look (later became the A570)
Commodore TV advertising campaign hints at corporate renaming of the
'CDTV' to 'Amiga CDTV'
Workbench 2 upgrade announced
Vortex announce A500 Plus-compatible PC 286 emulator
The Year of the Amiga: 1991
A round-up of the happenings in the Amiga world during the past year.
Major events include the appearance of the CDTV in April, A500 Plus in
October, and the appearance of Deluxe Paint in September 1991.
The Year of the Compact Disc
The CDTV was still a viable proposition that had the potential to revolutionise
computing. Amiga Format announced it would change your computing life in
The Year that Graphics changed forever
A range of art packages and graphics software changed the Amiga scene
The Year the Amiga went full colour
'True Colour' comes to the Amiga.
The Year we gave you a choice
The best games of 1991
The AF team rate their favourite games in 1991
What will be the Christmas No.1?
Unsurprisingly Populous 2 was the game that AF hoped would get to No.1,
followed by Smash TV, Wrestlemania, Robocop 3D, and Robocod.
Buyer's guide: Genlocks
SequencerOne (Sound & Vision supplement)
Graphics Workshop (Sound & Vision supplement)
Coming Attractions (game previews)
Outro (Charts, short reviews)
PD Demo Zone
Workbench (technical letters)
The second Amiga supplement was a 32 page special on Amiga sound, featuring
a SequencerOne tutorial, music hardware, and animation.