|Issue No: 136
|Month: May 2000
|Release Date: Thursday April 6th
|Editor: Ben Vost
|Page Count: 84
AF through the ages
6-page feature about Amiga Format, as discussed by 11 former and current
AF staffers down the pub. Ben Vost does not get drunk.
Now that it's safe to do so, Richard Drummond recounts
the full explosive history of the famous AFCD.
Tales from Heaven demo
AF to close
The news is all over the net and has been since the middle of March, but for
those that don't know, or haven't noticed our cover at all, the fact of the
matter is that this is the last issue of Amiga Format for the forseeable future.
AF in view...
Ben Vost reflects on his final week at Amiga Format.
NG AmigaOS for Classic Amigas
Haage & Partner to work on new version of their WarpUP kernel that will
allow the next generation Amiga platform to run on current PPC Amigas.
The Editor Speaks
Ben Vost hopes that Bill and Fleecy's Excellent Adventure doesn't turn into
Bill and Fleecy's Bogus Journey.
Meet me in St Louis
Who and what will be at the St. Louis Amiga show.
afb appeal raises £1500!
Members of the Amiga Format bulletin mailing list raise £780 in just three
weeks. The money goes towards helping with the problems currently affectibng
Madagascar or Mozambique. In a moment of generousity Future Publishing said
that they would match whatever was raised - so in total over £1500 was
The Kickstart show is coming
The Kickstart Amiga User Group announce the third Kickstart Amiga show.
BoXeR motherboard awaiting final testing and other Blittersoft product news.
100 Issues ago (AF36 July 1992)
A lookback at the July 1992 issue.
A500 Power PC
The KCS Power board - an 80286 hardware emulator - goes back on sale after eight
years for just £30.
Eyetech reveal latest tower cases and software applications.
ASp meets Thor
Spectrum 128 emulator ASp becomes first Amiga application to use the Thor MMU.library
Simon Goodwin explains how you can do several things at once, while
only doing one thing at a time.
Screenplay through time
A lookback at some of the great Amiga games that have been reviewed
Maim & Mangle
Fore-Matt take over Islona collection
Bertie's Animal Kingdom - 58%
Tales from Heaven - 62%
Audio Evolution - 79%
SilverSurfer 600 - 92%
Sony E400 - 90%
Eyetech Scanner - 90%
Punchinello mouse wheel extension - 86%
The Complete Beginners guide to... Mac emulation
Want Apple Mac software but don't want a Mac? Nick Lamburn presents the solution.
Just Imagine (Chapter 2)
Andy Kinsella finishes his Imagine tutorial early with a look at modelling.
Program Perfection (Chapter 12)
Supporting ARexx in your programs can make them more useful. Richard Drummond
explains how to go about it.
Chris Livermore takes the commuter train to the suburbs of West London.
Amiga User Groups - Kickstart, West London
Just the FAQs - Sabrina, Web designer
Amiga Format Bulletin (AFB)
Amiga Format 1989 - 2000, RIP
The final issue of Amiga Format. There was no mention ST/Amiga Format, surprisingly.
Last Update: 29/6/2002