THE WORLD'S BEST-SELLING AMIGA MAGAZINE
|Issue No: 117
||Month: December 1998
|Release Date:October 26th1998
||Price: £5.99 (CD-ROM), £4.50 (2 Disks)
|Editor: Nick Veitch
||Page Count: 108
Whither Workbench 3.5?
Five page article on the promised features for Workbench 3.5.
View Fonts 2
Art Effect DC20 plugin
Cinema 4D Fix
... and much, much more!
With a Rebol yell!
The Amiga executable of Carl Sassenrath's REBOL is now available for free download
or purchase on the main REBOL web site. It follows hot on the heels of the release
of versions for the Macintosh, Windows PCs and the various shades of Linux.
WipeOut 2097 for Amiga
Digital Images announce port of Psygnosis' headline game, Wipeout 2097 for the
Eyetech in one-off Internet deal
Eyetech announce BT HomeHighway bundles.
GoldEd hits 5!
Popular text editor Gold Ed has hit version 5 and it's gone commercial.
Chris Livermore reports from Belgium's premier Amiga show.
Pianeta Amiga 98
Report from the Italian Amiga show.
Wayne Hunt reports from the Midwest Amiga Expo.
In his first column Tony Horgan talks about the new iMac.
100 Issues ago (AF17 December 1990
A lookback at issue 17.
Cologne Show Preview
Three page preview of the products that will be shown at the Cologne show.
Claws of the Devil
Space Station 3000 (Work in progress)
Abuse - 80%
GunBee - 80%
CyberVision PPC - 82%
Paloma - 85%
Kylwalda - 92%
SpeedMouse Mini - 86%
Back in Time - 90%
Aminet 26 - 92%
Typhoon - 90%
Studio 2.2 - 89%
Canon BJC250 - 80%
Using HTML (Chapter 1)
Neil Bothwick, head of Amiga ISP Wirenet, starts a new tutorial for people interested
Sound Advice (Chapter 1)
Tony Horgan takes a look at the exciting new developments in hard disk recording.
C for yourself (Chapter 9)
John Kennedy takes a look at simple 3D graphics.
Under the Bonnet (Chapter 9)
Simon Goodwin uncovers the might of memory management.
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
The closure of CU Amiga allowed Amiga Format to regain its title as best-selling
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