THE WORLD'S BEST-SELLING AMIGA MAGAZINE
|Issue No: 123
||Month: May 1999
|Release Date: April 13th, 1999
||Price: £5.99 (CD-ROM), £4.50 (2 Disks)
|Editor: Ben Vost
||Page Count: 100
Piracy: Is it killing the Amiga?
Ben Vost reports on the reasons why piracy is more of a threat than ever.
Super Bubble Remix
Miami 3.2B demo
... and much, much more!
On the Move
After two years Amiga Inc. have finalled 'girded their loins' and released new
information on OS3.5 and their plans for the future.
Michael Reese & Jim von Holle join Amiga as Vice President of Operations/Administration
and Vice President of Marketing, Petro Tyschtschenko becomes Vice President
of Distribution and Reseller Sales.
Newtek open up
Newtek release Video Toaster and Video Flyer source code.
Haage & Partner continue development of Marcus Moenig's MainActor.
Java 2 for AmigaOS
Nordic Global Inc. unveiled their Daytona prokect at the Amiga '99 show in St.
Amiga to get G3/G4
In a surprise announcement, phase 5 have revealed plans for the Cyberstorm G3/G4,
a PowerPC-only accelerator for the Amiga A3000 and A4000, 68k suppoort will
be achieved through Haage & Partner's software emulator.
Motorola ship the first Coldfire v4 processor to Hewlett Packard.
Tony Horgan wonders if the "Powered by Amiga" brand will become a
badge of shame if it begins to appear on Toasters.
100 Issues ago (AF23 June 1991
A lookback at issue 23.
Amiga Networking (Part 2)
Ted Wallingford takes a look at Samba.
Amiga Format 1999 Reader Survey
What do you like or dislike about the magazine?
An interview with The Free Amiga Project
Ben Vost talks to the Free Amiga Project and finds out how the port of Netscape
Virtual Grand Prix
Vulcanology - 81%
Zombie Massacre - 65%
Power Movie - 85%
TurboPrint 7 -92%
Picturesque 3.0 - 60%
Delfina 1200 - 80%
Apollo Turbo 1230 Mark 3 - 85%
Apollo 1240 Turbo - 83%
Active Technologies' Internet Pack 3 (reader review) - 92%
Usefull ARexx (Chapter 2)
Nick Veitch sums up how to use mathematical functions and variables in your
Banging the Metal (Chapter 2)
Simon Goodwin reveals how the Amiga custom chips work together.
Using HTML (Chapter 7)
Neil Bothwick explains how to use forms on your websites.
Chris Livermore reports from the second Kickstart sale.
Month in View
Amiga Format News
- Reader Games
- GameBusters & Helping Hands
- PD Select
Workbench & A Quick Guide to...
MailBag & Sabrina Online
Amiga Format CoverDisk
Amiga Format CoverCD
Amiga User Groups
A drop in page count and the introduction of a new User Group feature.
Last Update: 29/6/2002