THE WORLDWIDE MAGAZINE FOR ALL AMIGA USERS
|Issue No: 112
||Month: July 1998
|Release Date: Friday June 12th
||Price: £5.99 (CD-ROM), £4.50 (2 Disks)
|Editor: Nick Veitch
||Page Count: 108
The World of Amiga Show Report
Five page report from the World of Amiga show at the Hammersmith Novotel.
F1 GP Editor
Latest WOA News
Virus Checker II 1.5
... and much, much more!
Amiga Inc. reveal future
At a specially arranged press conference held on the 15th of May, Jeff Schindler,
Amiga Inc.'s CEO, answered the prayers of every Amigan when he revealed that his
company were committed to the long term evolution and development of the Amiga
PPC developers bury hatchets
Haage & Partner and Phase 5 announce plans to create PPC-based "bridge"
New games news
Quake, Virtual Karting 2 and Genetic Species revealed at WoA show.
Holger Kruse win AAA Award 1998.
Sing the Amiga's praises
Opera to be ported to the Amiga courtesy of Tim Corringham of RamJam Consultants.
In a five-page feature Nick Veitch introduces PIC programming.
Is it your cup of tea? Java.
Short feature on Java highlighting several attempts to deliver a virtual machine
to the Amiga.
Quake: Malice - 91%
Genetic Species - 89%
Time of Reckoning - 80%
Directory Opus Magellan
Epic Encyclopedia 1998 - 90%
Pagestream 3.3 - 95%
MasterISO v2 - 96%
Micronik A1500 - 91%
Eyetech 20x CD-ROM - 94%
Power 24x - 93%
Diavolo Pro (long-term reader review) - 95%
Amiga Icons (Chapter 2)
Ash Thomas explains the first steps to drawing your own icons.
Amiga Graphics (Chapter 3)
Nick Veitch takes a look at structured graphics and viewers.
C for yourself (Chapter 4)
John Kennedy explains how to open an AmigaDOS window in C.
Under the Bonnet (Chapter 4)
Simon Goodwin takes a look at the finer points of DMA, IDE, ATAPI, and the Amiga
software to handle them.
Month in View
Amiga Format News
- Reader Games
- GameBusters & Helping Hands
- PD Select
Workbench & A Quick Guide to...
MailBag & Sabrina Online
Amiga Format CoverCD
Amiga Format CoverDisk
Issue 112 featured seven failed projects - Opera, Amiga Inc's new hardware
platform and 5 Java virtual machines. Oh dear.
Last Update: 29/6/2002