THE WORLDWIDE MAGAZINE FOR ALL AMIGA USERS
|Issue No: 115
||Month: October 1998
|Release Date: September 2nd, 1998
||Price: £5.99 (CD-ROM), £4.50 (2 Disks)
|Editor: Nick Veitch
||Page Count: 108
Taking your first steps on the net
Eight page feature on connecting your Amiga to the Internet.
Make CD 3.2 demo
Samba World Cup demo
... and much, much more!
Tornado 3D 2.0 shipping. Mage Looms
Italian start-up Eyelight are now shipping version of the rather excellent-looking
Tornado 3D rendering software, and are preparing to launch an even more impressive-sounding
professional rendering system called Mage.
Ibrowse 1.22 unveiled
Most of the updates are bug fixes for the previous version, such as the Print
Document feature, which is actually working now.
AmigaSOC searchable database
AmigaSOC index user group information in a searchable database.
AmigaSOC Cologne trip
AmigaSOC organise a trip to Cologne for Computer 98 show.
Amiga team, led by Thomas Tavoly, lying in seventh place.
MasterISO v2.1 now available
"maintenance update" of CD writing software now available.
Updates planned for Amos source.
Sequencer One Plus re-released
Epic Marketing re-release MIDI sequencer.
MakeCD improves IFF support
MakeCD author improve IFF audio support for CD writing.
100 Issues ago (AF15 October 1990
A lookback at issue 15.
Look, up in the Sky
John Kennedy takes aerial photographs using his trusty digital camera and a
Towering up an Amiga (Reader Projects)
Simon Brewer explains how to place an A4000 into a tower case.
John Kennedy explains how Datatypes make your life easier and take the worry
out of programming.
The Boot Room
Space Station 3000
Ultra Violent Worlds - 60%
F1GP-Editor (reader reviews) - 97%
A600 HD tower installation (reader reviews)
Flash Buddha - 90%
Light Rom 6 CD-ROM - 95%
Digital Grooves audio CD - 80%
World News - 65%
AirMail Pro - 65%
MakeCD 3.2 - 94%
Mitsumi 2801 - 90%
Power Dual CD external - 92%
AMOS (reader review) - 75%
Rexecute - 84%
HD Menu 2 - 64%
Amiga Icons (Chapter 5)
In the penultimate tutorial of this series, Ash Thomas adds the finishing touches
to your icons.
Amiga Graphics (Chapter 6)
In the final tutorial in this series, Nick Veitch looks at different video and
C for yourself (Chapter 7)
John Kennedy creates menus in C.
Under the Bonnet (Chapter 7)
Simon Goodwin explains the technical aspects of multitasking.
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
An unusual issue that features an overabundance of reader reviews. The Internet
features are rarely a favourite - online users find them redundant and new users
do not check them until they are ready to go online.
Last Update: 29/6/2002