THE WORLD'S BIGGEST-SELLING AMIGA
|Issue No: 95
||Month: March 1997
|Release Date: ?
||Price: £4.50 (2 disks) £5.50 (CD-ROM)
|Editor: Nick Veitch
||Page Count: 116
Fifty essential utilities that will boost the performance of your Amiga
Tiny Troops demo
EMC CDs demo
Lightwave 5 patches
Alien Breed 3D 2 source code
... and much, much more!!
Time Gentlement Please!
The end may be in sight. After seven months since the demise of Escom,
and through the protracted Viscorp affair, it seems that the Amiga Technologies
buyout saga may finally be drawing to a close. Quikpak remain confident
that they will purchase the company.
Sassenrath blows his top
Carl Sassenrath, author of the Amiga EXEC and CDXL spooling media format,
announces a new cross-platform OS called Lava. (Lava later became known
as Rebol and is available for several operating systems.)
Emulators Part 7
In the seventh part of the popular feature, Simon Goodwin explores
Sinclair Spectrum emulators.
Jet Pilot - 65%
Burnout - 40%
Minskies Furballs - 80%
Tiny Troops - 88%
Lightwave 5 - 58%
Media Magic - 87%
Siamese System - 93%
Prima Atom - 90%
Indigo Power Adaptor - 80%
Exploring Lightwave 3D - 45%
External IOmega Zip 100 (long-term review) - 93%
3D Images - 65%
Meeting Pearls - 80%
Computer Safari - the complete collection - 85%
In to the net - 90%
The Learning Curve - 65%
Cinema 4D (Chapter 1)
In the first part of this tutorial, John Kennedy describes basic view
and object manipulation.
Music-X (Chaper 3)
Darren Irbin looks at cross fading effects and the swing processor.
Real 3D 2 Tutorial (Chapter 8)
Graeme Sandiford explores Real 3D's animation tools.
Advanced ARexx Coding: Web Spinning the ARexx way (Part 2)
Paul Overaa creates an automatic web site using ARexx.
Drawing a wage (Part 3)
Jason Jordache provides more tips on how to succeed in the games industry.
The month in View
Amiga Format News
The Bradford Column
The Smith Column
Amiga Format book offers
Amiga Format CoverDisk
Amiga Format CoverDisk Extra
The back cover featured the £50 Gallery winner for the first and
only time. The Gallery was a monthly art page aimed at encouraging Amiga
artists to send their work into the magazine. The cartoon figure was created
by Patrice Mille using Image 3.0 & Photogenics 1.2 on his A1200.