THE WORLD'S BEST-SELLING AMIGA MAGAZINE
|Issue No: 121
||Month: March 1999
|Release Date: February 16th, 1999
||Price: £5.99 (CD-ROM), £4.50 (2 Disks)
|Editor: Nick Veitch
||Page Count: 108
It's time for a Spring Clean
Ben Vost presents a five page feature on cleaning and sprucing up your Amiga.
Hexen & Heretic source code
... and much, much more!
After what seems like an interminable wait, development on the BoXeR replacement
Amiga motherboard is drawing to a close. Blittersoft have informed us that they
should be taking deliveries of the first prototype runs of the motherboard in
the next week or so, and that we should be able to review it, if not in the next
AF then certainly in the following issue.
Imagine still going strong
Rumours of the death of this 3D rendering application are greatly exaggerated.
ClickBOOM go online
ClickBOOM launch "Portal" online service providing a single source
of Amiga news.
Amiga Forever Online
New version of Amiga Forever available for purchase.
New look afb
Amiga Format launch new mailing list.
Alive Mediasoft announce Amiga ports of Hexen and Heretic.
Amiga Energy Boost
The Amiga fanzine, Amiga Energy, will be available free to UK user groups for
a limited period.
Zorro IV - the sequel
Eyetech to launch unofficial upgrade to the Zorro standard.
Tony Horgan wonders if the Boing Ball is a strong logo for the Amiga.
100 Issues ago (AF21 April 1991
A lookback at issue 21.
The Veitch Years: 1993 - 1999
In his final issue as editor, Nick Veitch looks back at his time at Amiga Format.
Distant Space (formerly Wasted Dreams)
Space Station 3000 (work in progress)
The A-Z of Amiga Games - 60%
The A-Z of Spectrum Games - 90%
Blockhead 2 - 85%
BlizzardVision PPC - 91%
IOBlix Zorro Expansion - 82%
IoBlix A1200s - 90%
A1200p - 86%
Amiga Writer - 60%
Rombler MIDI - 69%
Key to Driving Theory -93%
Opus Magellan 2 - 97%
DOpus Plus - 88%
Sequencer One Plus (reader review) - 95%
Simon Goodwin updates his epic emulation columns with news of the latest emulators.
Using HTML (Chapter 5)
Neil Bothwick creates some tables.
Sound Advice (Chapter 5)
Tony Horgan explains how to get a whole new studio up for next to nothing.
C for yourself (Chapter 13)
In the final tutorial John Kennedy makes some final comments about game creation.
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