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Gareth Knight
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THE WORLD'S BEST-SELLING AMIGA MAGAZINE
Amiga Format Logo Issue 33
Issue No: 33 Month: April 1992
Release Date: March 12th 1992 Price: £3.95
Editor: Damien Noonan Spine text: 'Feline Groovy'
Page Count: 228 Quote of the month: How can Mickey Mouse be in California, Florida, and Paris at the same time? We should be told.

AF MAIN FEATURE

Animation made Easy
Damien Noonan explains the animation process and provides Amiga examples.

AF COVER DISK

Disk 1
Vista 1.2- full version
 
 

 

Disk 2
Myth demo (System 3)
Mouth Man (Matthew J. Barker)
Lemmings Help (Maff Evans)
Retcha Sketch (Mike Ball)
Biplane (Peter Mason)
Due (Jon Creighton)

AF NEWS ITEMS

A690 rescheduled for April, renamed to A570
Ocean anti-piracy 'dongle' flops
Amiga Format becomes biggest-selling computer magazine in Britain
Mega Lo Mania in danger as Mirrorsoft enters liquidation
Editor's Opinion: Tell us what you really want

AF FEATURE

Memory Expansion

AF TUTORIALS

Animation with Graphics Workshop
Vista coverdisk
Getting to grips with Workbench (WB2)

AF REGULARS

News
Screen Play
Coming Attractions (game previews)
Game Busters
Cheap 'N' Cheerful
PD Update
PD Demo Zone
Workbench (technical letters)
Subscription
Special Offers
Letters
Random Sample (final page)

AFCOMMENTS
Amiga Format's evolution continues with the introduction of a semi-regular CD column and in-depth explanation of a particular piece of Amiga hardware. Two disks became a standard fixture (for next twelve months) when AF entered a coverdisk war with CU Amiga.

 

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