THE WORLD'S BIGGEST-SELLING AMIGA
|Issue No: 80
||Month: January 1996
|Release Date: ?
|Editor: Nick Veitch
||Page Count: 140
Future Vision: MPEG
Six-page feature on MPEG 1 and full motion video.
Virus Checker 7.18
Surf's up for A1200 - new bundle promised
Amiga Technologies announce an Amiga surfer bundle, providing web access
A4000s arrive, new models on the way
A4000 040 machines finally make their way into the supply chain. Indications
that the company will be launching an A1200+ (later became the Walker).
Trouble in store
Escom store staff avoid Amiga sales, attempting to persuade the customer
to buy a PC.
Disk Drive bother
After extensive research, the AT A1200 disk drive is found to be incompatible
with many Amiga games.
Amiga - the future of television
The potential for an Amiga-based technology, combined with Labour's
pledge to allow BT the ability to directly compete with private cable-TV
Fantastic Four save Silica
Silica bought by Anglo Corporations.
Computer '95 report
Amiga Technologies announce support for PPC at the Computer '95 show.
Month-by-month analysis of the past year.
On their own path
Maff Evans catches up with David Pleasance (former Commodore UK joint-CEO)
at his new business, Tangent Music Design.
Full price Reviews
Breathless - 95%
Pinball Prelude - 88%
Zeewolf 2 - 90%
Worms CD32 - 85%
Leading Lap - 77%
F1 - 90%
Sensible World of Soccer 95/96 - 94%
Asim CDFS 3 - 85%
Impact! - 87%
XiPaint - 74%
Amiga M1438S - 80%
Link It! - 90%
MainActor Broadcast - 90%
Aminet Set 2 - 90%
C64 Sensations - 76%
Gamers Delight 2 - 80%
Real 3D Tutorial (Part 4)
John Kennedy takes a look at animation
1996 in View
Amiga Format News
The Bradford Column
The Smith Column
Amiga Format book offers
Amiga Format CoverDisk
Amiga Format CoverDisk Extra