THE WORLD'S BEST-SELLING AMIGA MAGAZINE
|Issue No: 134
||Month: March 2000
|Release Date: ?
|Editor: Ben Vost
||Page Count: 84
Convert your Amiga skills into ready cash with Amiga Format's guide
to making money with an Amiga.
The AF coverdisk became increasingly unimportant
since the launch of the CD edition.
Fusion 3.1 - full Mac emulator
PCX 1.1 - full 500586DX emulator
Boing Bag 1
Fresh Hope for the Amiga - surprise purchase of Amiga Inc.
The Amiga community was rocked by the surprise purchase of Amiga, Inc. on the
last day of last year. Amino Corporation, headed by ex-Gateway employees Bill
McEwen and Fleecy Moss payed an undisclosed sum to Gateway for their Amiga subsidiary
on December 31, 1999.
The Way Back - flashback to the June 1994 issue of Edge (Taos feature)
This is not the first time that Tao Group has been mentioned in a Future Publishing
magazine. A news feature from Edge in June 1994 covered Tao and the operating
system that was ancesteral to their current Elate, Taos.
Month in View
Ben Vost discusses the reasons why Amiga Format has shrunk to 84 pages - software
houses refusing to send their products for review.
The Editor Speaks
Ben Vost hopes that Bill and Fleecy's Excellent Adventure doesn't turn into
Bill and Fleecy's Bogus Journey.
Amiga 2k Preview
Bob Sharp is busy planning for the show formerly known as Gateway - the Amiga
You spawny get!
January 26th saw the launch of the GeT (Greenwich Electronic Time) initiative
at the Royal Opera House.
Zeus 1.3, TrueReality N64 emulator, Imagine 5.17, Amster 0.4, AmiBroker 3.20
and Frogger released.
100 Issues ago (AF34)
Lookback to the May 1992 edition of AF.
VMC contract out hardware to focus on software
VMC reborn as software-only company, licensing their product range to Individual
Eyetech's EZ network peripherals
Eyetech's EZ networking range makes Amiga networking a dream!
Tony Horgan comments on the Amiga purchase.
Photo feature on upgrading the Kickstart ROM to 3.1, for OS3.5
Open source represents an entirely new way of developing and distributing
software - but what exactly does it mean for the Amiga community?
Ultra Violent Worlds
In the Shadow of Time
Source Code Update
Whale's Voyage 2 - 45%
Pagestream 4 - 86%
Voyager 3 - 88%
Avery CD Presentation Kit - 84%
Eyetech Infrared EZLink - 81%
Power Flyer 4000 - 83%
The Complete Beginners guide to... Troubleshooting
Before you pull your hair or throw your computer out the window, follow our
guide to getting software to work.
Neil Bothwick takes a look at frame handling.
Useful ARexx (Chapter 4)
Nick Veitch investigates the new ARexx commands available under OS3.5, and comes
up with a few surprises.
Program Perfection (Chapter 10)
Richard Drummond continues his long-running tutorial with a look at the system
clipboard and BOOPSI.
Banging the Metal (Chapter 13)
Simon Goodwin creates new graphics modes.
Andew Elia infiltrates Amiga North Thames to discover the secrets of its success.
Amiga User Groups
Just the FAQs - Andew Eliza, AmigaSoc
Amiga Format Bulletin (AFB)
It's difficult to believe, but Amiga Format had reached its 50th CD issue.
Fusion 3.1 and PCX 1.1 were provided free with this issue - a veritable feast
for PC/Mac emulation fans.
Last Update: 29/6/2002