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Update of the Amiga Games List
Posted by Daff - Yesterday 09:01
The "Amiga Games List", document created and maintained by David Brunet since 1991, was updated the 16th january 2017. The Amiga Games List is the most extensive collection of its kind on Internet. Beside other news and corrections, the games created in 2016 was added. The total reaches now 12 623 games, level editors, data disks, extensions and interpreters subdivided into the categories as follows:

12 076 games
320 extensions and data disks
143 game and level editors
84 interpreters

Link : http://obligement.free.fr/articles/listejeuxamiga.php
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Amiga Future issue 124 released
Posted by AndreasM - 10 January 2017 20:46
AndreasM's Avatar  The English and German issue 124 (Januar/Februar 2017) of the print magazine Amiga Future has been distributed today, and can also be ordered directly from the editorial office of Amiga Future, and the other Amiga dealers that stock the magazine.

Mag Content:

Workshop WHDLoad Maschine Part 1
Demoscene News
Matze's 030er Turboboard

and so much more ... if you haven't already, get your collectable copy ordered today

A more detailed description of the contents and previews of this issue can be found at the Amiga Future magazine hompepage.

Information: http://www.amigafuture.de/kb.php?mode=cat&cat=13
Orders: http://www.amigashop.org

http://www.amigafuture.de
http://www.apc-tcp.de
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icon  LAG Meetings Booked for 2017.
Posted by rockape - 06 January 2017 17:52
rockape's Avatar  Hi,

The following dates have been confirmed for this year.

Saturday the 4th of February.

Saturday the 1st of April.

Saturday the 3rd of June.

Saturday the 5th of August.

Saturday the 7th of October.

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Please note there will be no LAG meeting in December because the Hall is fully booked all month.


Posted using an

Amiga A1200/GVP/Jaws MKII/50 Mhz/20 Meg Fast RAM


Regards, Michael

aka rockape
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AmigaAMP 3.20 Released
Posted by AMIGASYSTEM - 04 January 2017 18:00
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AmigaAMP 3.20: New version of the most famous player MP3 su AMiGA

New features:

- OS4/PPC Version: Added AAC streaming support.
- OS3/68k Version: Fixed AHI reopen leak which led to lockups after playing some files in a row.
- OS3/68k Version: Improved mpega support.
- Fixed crash when trying to change buffer sizes on the fly. This feature is no longer available, AmigaAMP has to be restarted.


AmigaAMP v3.20 OS3/OS4 download
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PCMCIA angle connector and SD to CF adaptor Amiga update
Posted by Neil79 - 02 January 2017 16:03
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Something different for today's update although it still revolves around the Amiga, is two important updates regarding specific hardware and drivers that makes life just that little bit easier for the Amiga community. The first one is Grzegorz Kraszewski's PCMCIA angle connector, or KA37 for short. Which is a 90 degree angle connector that makes it easier for mounting or connecting PCMCIA cards in Amiga towers. Developed through 5 PCB revisions and over 4 months, the developer has said it fits in tower designs, where there is no space between the case bottom and the Amiga mainboard and is both solid and durable.
http://www.indieretronews.com/2017/0...-sd-to-cf.html
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Versus: The Amiga Demo Chart – Issue 7 has been released!
Posted by Puni/Void - 01 January 2017 15:54
Puni/Void's Avatar  Hi everyone,

We in Nukleus and Void are proud to announce the release of the 7th issue of the demo chart Versus!

https://oldschoolgameblog.com/2017/0...been-released/

Hope you'll enjoy it!
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New FPS game in 2017 "CD32 X-men: Mind Games" released!
Posted by nittamituaki - 01 January 2017 13:15
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Happy new year, EAB members (and other retro gamers who see this thread later days)!
Today I released a brand new FPS game for Amiga.
Maybe it was the first one released in 2017 ? (LOL)

This game is "unofficial port" (as fan-game) of legendary unreleased 32X title,
"X-men: Mind Games" which release was canceled in 1996.
Now its dumped assets were reborn as totally new FPS game by Gloom3 engine.
(Exactly it was impossible to "rip" from original 32X rom file
because each resolution was totally different from Gloom3's one.
"eye to hand copy" and "totally edited" techniques were used.
The project starts in May 2015. That's why I took sooo long time.)

Anyway I won't upload the game at aminet since this game is sort of "derivative work", so please download from my web site.

Details,Screenshots and Download: (Read it first!)
http://nitta.sakura.ne.jp/gloom-mod/...xmen.main.html

Gameplay video:
https://youtu.be/Glk_B-jmAAM
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AROS: Stable AROS ABI_V0-20161228
Posted by AMIGASYSTEM - 31 December 2016 11:42
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AROS ABIv0 system (the one that is the core of Icaros 2.2 Preview) has now been made public.

What does this refresh give you? It makes most of the improvements and fixes that happen between December 2014 and December 2016 available to all users of current stable version of AROS.

AROS Ultime Versione Stabile ABI_V0-20161228: Download
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RetroKomp/LoadError Party 2017 Announcement
Posted by meckert - 31 December 2016 01:43
meckert's Avatar  Ladies and Gentleman!
Sceners and Gamers!

RK/LE Team is pleased to announce that the RetroKomp/LoadError retrocomputing event and demoscene party, will be held in Gdansk, Poland on 20-22.10.2017. The date is subject to confirmation, but should it be changed it will still be around this time of the year.

As in previous years, the party will take place in all familiar Gdanski Archipelag Kultury (GAK) venue with sleeping room, lockers, showers and food available.

The event will consist of the 6th edition of RetroKomp retrocomputing event focused on retro gaming, game competitions, lectures and it's highlight will be the Retro GameDev Compo (for which I'm the organizer). After that, on saturday night the 3rd LoadError demoscene party will start, featuring 8-bit and Amiga demo compos, as well as the usual MSX/GFX categories. The exact listing of compos is still under discussion, and will be announced later.

Here you can find links to previous editions releases, as well as videos from 2015 compos:
http://tfardyretro.blogspot.com/2016...arty-2017.html
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Open Source A500 accelerator cooking nicely
Posted by Pat the Cat - 31 December 2016 01:11
Pat the Cat's Avatar  It's called the TerribleFire, and that's how the poster appears on twitter and youtube.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCu4...y1ILAxNh7TGsmQ

What makes these (020 and 030) boards a little different is - open source.

You can download the board designs and get them made up by a third party.

Then either add the chips yourself or pay somebody else to do that.

https://github.com/terriblefire/tf520

It's not a Vampire but still pretty good that new boards are being developed. This one on a shoe string budget in Glasgow, Scotland, by Stephen Leary.

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AnimWebConverter v2.60
Posted by AMIGASYSTEM - 30 December 2016 17:43
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AnimWebConverter (output version a few months ago, but I still interesting) is a program creates with Hollywood™ 6.1 for MorphOS™ AmigaOS™ 4.x, AmigaOS3.x™ and Windows™.
A little and easy web tool to convert your old Amiga™ animations with the anim and yafa formats to web anim formats gif and apng, other feature to change the size of the animations to more biggest or littest, also you can to between web formats, gif and apng, the tool not convert to Amiga™ formats. Also you can change the animation speed fast or slow. Or a little animation player with extra options.

This program needs the Hollywood™ plugins.
This program is Freeware and Portable.

Features:

Resize the animation by percentage or by pixels width and height.
Converting an animation gif or apng between these formats.
Change the animation speed, it works with hundredths seconds, the delay time between frame set of 0.01 to
0.99 seconds.
Converting an Amiga anim or yafa formats to web animation gif or apng format.
Extract one frame from the animation and save it to: gif, jpg, lbm, png, bmp, jpeg2000, tiff.
Save the animation to video mpeg I.



AnimWebConverter v2.60 OS3 Download
AnimWebConverter v2.60 OS4 Download
AnimWebConverter v2.60 MOS Download
AnimWebConverter v2.60 WIN Download
AnimWebConverter v2.60 MAC PPC Download
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Vintage Viewer v2.5 Released
Posted by AMIGASYSTEM - 28 December 2016 18:17
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Vintage Viewer v2.5 :Freeware Portable Multiplatform and Multilanguage for AmigaOS 3.x, 4.x, MorphOS, WinXP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8 and Hollywood Applet.


This viewer is programmed with Hollywood™ and it is an easy picture viewer. Vintage Viewer is FREEWARE and PORTABLE and the main feature of this program is respect the privacy of the user, no recient files list, no playlist, portable you can use it from USB stick, CD, etc., the program only has 5 MB of size, you can minimize the program with a simple right mouse click or press the space key.

Vintage Viewer display the next multimedia formats currently:

jpg, png, gif, lbm, bmp, in native way.
svg, jp2(jpeg 2000), tiff, pcx, using the Hollywood™ plugins.

This program needs the Hollywood™ plugins.


Vintage Viewer v2.25 OS3 Download
Vintage Viewer v2.25 OS4 Download
Vintage Viewer v2.25 MOS Download
Vintage Viewer v2.25 WIN Download
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Interview with Carlo Pirri (DrBong - HOL/AMR Teams)
Posted by Daff - 28 December 2016 08:02
The magazine Obligement publish today an interview with Carlo Pirri, one of the members of the well known websites Hall Of Light and Amiga Magazine Rack dedicated to Amiga Games. Carlo Pirri have also one of the biggest Amiga original games collection.

Interview in french:
http://obligement.free.fr/articles/itwpirri.php

Interview in englsih:
http://obligement.free.fr/articles_t...twpirri_en.php
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5th AmiCamp Report
Posted by Cool_amigaN - 27 December 2016 14:03
Hey all, during 10-11/12 the 5th AmiCamp was held in Athens. Follow this link for a review (in English) of the show along with a detailed photo story. Hope you enjoy it and happy new year to everyone!
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Amiga Future monthly News December 2016
Posted by AndreasM - 26 December 2016 11:50
AndreasM's Avatar  1.12.2016
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Amiga Future on Facebook and Twitter

There are many ways to read the News of the Amiga Future.

You can just visit the Amiga Future Webpage, you can order the monthly newsletter.

There is an RSS feed, KlipFolio and you can insert the news into your own website.

Or you just install the Amiga Future News Docky on AmigaOS AmigaOS 3 or 4. Other options are currently being worked on.

Of course, we are also represented on Facebook and Twitter. Just check them out.

Faceook: https://www.facebook.com/amigafuture.de
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AmigaFuture

http://everywhere.amigafuture.de


5.12.2016
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Amiga Future Ausgabe 99 in german & english now online

Since today you can read the Amiga Future issue 99 online on our webpage

In irregular intervals we provide older issues of the Amiga Future for free online.

The magazines and the PDF versions (in HQ) are also available in our <a href="http://www.amigashop.org">online shop</A>

Read the german mags online: http://www.amigafuture.de/kb.php?mode=cat&cat=10
Read the english mags online: http://www.amigafuture.de/kb.php?mode=cat&cat=65

Course, the provision of free content on the Amiga Future webpage also costs us.

If you want to support us, feel free to donate on our <a href="http://www.amigafuture.de/spenden.php">donation page</A>.
In addition, we are looking for advertisers for our webpage.

http://www.amigafuture.de


8.12.2016
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Sold out Amiga Future magazines available in PDF

Many did not even know. If an issue of Amiga Future is sold out, You may purchase these issues to a discounted price in our online store.

The following issues are sold off and are available in our Onlineshop as PDF:

All Amiga Future Issue from Issue 67 to 119.

http://www.amigafuture.de
http://www.amigashop.org


10.12.2016
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Amiga Future 124 Member-Preview online

>From today and applying to all Amiga Future 1-Year-Subscribers you can find in the Member's Part of the Webpage the online Preview and Reading try-outs of Amiga Future magazine - Issue 124.

http://www.amigafuture.de/viewforum.php?f=12


12.12.2016
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Support Amiga Future with Amazon

You want to support the Amiga Future webpage but don't want to spend money?

Just use the Amazon-Banner when visiting the Amazon webpage, if you want to order at Amazon.

For each order we receive a small commission. With this money we pay our extensive Amiga Future webpage.

hosting costs
programming work
and whatever else.

Simply use the banner or this link directly:

Deutschland: http://www.amazon.de/?_encoding=UTF8...igafuture0a-21
Österreich: http://www.amazon.at/?_encoding=UTF8...igafuture0a-21
USA: http://www.amazon.com/?_encoding=UTF...ag=amigfutu-20
UK: http://www.amazon.co.uk/?_encoding=U...ag=amigfutu-21
France: http://www.amazon.fr/?_encoding=UTF8...=amigfutu0a-21
Canada: http://www.amazon.ca/?_encoding=UTF8...=amigfutu0e-20
Italia: http://www.amazon.it/?_encoding=UTF8...=amigfutu0d-21
Espana: http://www.amazon.es/?_encoding=UTF8...=amigfutu04-21

http://www.amigafuture.de


12.12.2016
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Amiga Future Ausgabe 100 in german & english now online

Since today you can read the Amiga Future issue 100 online on our webpage

In irregular intervals we provide older issues of the Amiga Future for free online.

The magazines and the PDF versions (in HQ) are also available in our <a href="http://www.amigashop.org">online shop</A>

Read the german mags online: http://www.amigafuture.de/kb.php?mode=cat&cat=10
Read the english mags online: http://www.amigafuture.de/kb.php?mode=cat&cat=65

Course, the provision of free content on the Amiga Future webpage also costs us.

If you want to support us, feel free to donate on our <a href="http://www.amigafuture.de/spenden.php">donation page</A>.
In addition, we are looking for advertisers for our webpage.

http://www.amigafuture.de


14.12.2016
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Amiga Future 124 preview are now available online

The full colour preview and excerpts of the Amiga Future issue 124 (Januar/Februar 2017) are now available online.

Some of the interesting articles in this issue are:

Interview EntwicklerX
Workshop Frying Pan
Test Enemy 2 - Missing in Action

Of course there's so MUCH more actually in the magazine.

Needless to say you'll find some FULL versions of software, often what was commercially available, as well as some of the latest try-outs or freely released software applications and games for, hopefully, all of the Amiga type Operating systems, so that's Amiga 'Classic', OS4, MorphOS, and AROS, including some PD software for these systems, all on the cover CD.

A detailed description of content and excerpts can be found at: http://www.amigafuture.de/kb.php?mode=cat&cat=13

The Amiga Future magazine is available as an English and German printed magazine - every issue is available in FULL COLOUR - directly available from the magazine editorial office and also from various other Amiga dealers.

Preview: http://www.amigafuture.de/kb.php?mode=cat&cat=13
Orders: http://www.amigashop.org

http://www.amigafuture.de
http://www.apc-tcp.de


24.12.2016
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Merry Xmas and a happy new year

We wish you all merry Xmas and a Happy New Year.


1.12.2016-31-12-2016
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Amiga Future: cheats database Update

The cheats database of Amiga Future is updates weekly by David Jahn, even at first sight if it is not immediately apparent.

The cheat database on the Amiga Future webpage is probably the biggest German collection for the Amiga.

This is not just about cheats. Many solutions, tips and tricks, as well as Freezer addresses can be found in this collection.

Meanwhile you can find more as 3400 Games Cheats and solutions in the database, and there is always more.

The database is currently completely in German. If we receive enough donations for the website, we have planned to integrate a proper online database, which will also be available in English.

http://www.amigafuture.de/GTT/GTT.php
http://www.amigafuture.de

Since our last report the following Updates have been added:

23.12.2016 - Danksagungen zum Jahresausklang
23.12.2016 - Armalyte: The Final Run - Auf Funktion überprüft
23.12.2016 - Arena (Defcom) - Auf Funktion überprüft
23.12.2016 - Arcade Snooker - Auf Funktion überprüft
23.12.2016 - Arcade Pool - Auf Funktion überprüft
23.12.2016 - A Prehistoric Tale - Auf Funktion überprüft
16.12.2016 - Apprentice - Auf Funktion überprüft
16.12.2016 - Apache Flight - Auf Funktion überprüft
16.12.2016 - Apache - Auf Funktion überprüft
16.12.2016 - AMOS Coin Drop Fruit Machine Professional - Auf Funktion überprüft
16.12.2016 - Amoeba Invaders - Auf Funktion überprüft
09.12.2016 - Amnios - Auf Funktion überprüft
09.12.2016 - Altered Beast - Auf Funktion überprüft
09.12.2016 - Alien Syndrome - Auf Funktion überprüft
09.12.2016 - Alien Hunter - Auf Funktion überprüft
09.12.2016 - Alien Breed - Auf Funktion überprüft
02.12.2016 - Alert X - Auf Funktion überprüft
02.12.2016 - Aladdin´s Magic Lamp - Auf Funktion überprüft


1.12.2016-31-12-2016
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New Amiga Software Database Updates

The Amiga Software Database (ASD) of Amiga Future updated again.

The ASD is a database in English and German which will include complete information to all released applications, CD-ROMs, literature and much more for the Amiga.

Of course the dataset is far from complete. Meanwhile there is already information to more than 4200 titles in the database. Moreover there have been already over 6500 images integrated with more to follow.

http://www.amigafuture.de/asd.php

Since our last report the following entrys have been added or changed:

Amiga Magazin 2004/01-Magazines/Magazine-22.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2004/02-Magazines/Magazine-22.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2004/03-Magazines/Magazine-22.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2004/04-Magazines/Magazine-22.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2004/05-Magazines/Magazine-22.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2004/06-Magazines/Magazine-22.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2004/07-Magazines/Magazine-22.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2004/08-Magazines/Magazine-22.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2004/09-Magazines/Magazine-22.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2004/10-Magazines/Magazine-22.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2004/11-Magazines/Magazine-22.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2004/12-Magazines/Magazine-22.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2005/01-Magazines/Magazine-19.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2005/02-Magazines/Magazine-19.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2005/03-Magazines/Magazine-19.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2005/04-Magazines/Magazine-19.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2005/05-Magazines/Magazine-19.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2005/06-Magazines/Magazine-19.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2005/07-Magazines/Magazine-19.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2005/08-Magazines/Magazine-19.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2005/09-Magazines/Magazine-19.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2005/11-Magazines/Magazine-19.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2005/12-Magazines/Magazine-19.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2006/01-Magazines/Magazine-19.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2005/10-Magazines/Magazine-19.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2006/02-Magazines/Magazine-19.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2006/03-Magazines/Magazine-19.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2006/04-Magazines/Magazine-17.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2006/05-Magazines/Magazine-17.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2006/06-Magazines/Magazine-17.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2006/07-Magazines/Magazine-17.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2006/08-Magazines/Magazine-17.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2006/09-Magazines/Magazine-17.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2006/10-Magazines/Magazine-17.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2006/11-Magazines/Magazine-17.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2006/12-Magazines/Magazine-17.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2007/01-Magazines/Magazine-14.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2007/02-Magazines/Magazine-14.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2007/03-Magazines/Magazine-14.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2007/04-Magazines/Magazine-14.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2007/05-Magazines/Magazine-14.12.2016-
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Amiga Magazin 2007/11-Magazines/Magazine-14.12.2016-
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Amiga Magazin 2008/11-Magazines/Magazine-13.12.2016-
Amiga Magazin 2008/12-Magazines/Magazine-13.12.2016-
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Amiga Magazin 2009/06-Magazines/Magazine-07.12.2016-
Amiga User Disc No 7-8-Magazines/Magazine-07.12.2016-
Amiga Special 1990/06-Magazines/Magazine-03.12.2016-
Amiga Special 1996/02-Magazines/Magazine-03.12.2016-
Amiga Special 1996/11-Magazines/Magazine-03.12.2016-
Amiga Special 1996/12-Magazines/Magazine-03.12.2016-
Amiga Special 1997/08-09-Magazines/Magazine-03.12.2016-
Amiga Special 1997/10-11-Magazines/Magazine-03.12.2016-
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Amiga Special 1998/08-09-Magazines/Magazine-03.12.2016-
Amiga Special 1998/10-11-Magazines/Magazine-03.12.2016-
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Amiga Special 1999/08-09-Magazines/Magazine-03.12.2016-
Amiga OS 2000/01-Magazines/Magazine-03.12.2016-
Amiga OS 1999/12-Magazines/Magazine-03.12.2016-
Amiga OS 1999/11-Magazines/Magazine-03.12.2016-
Amiga OS 1999/10-Magazines/Magazine-03.12.2016-
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Amiga OS 1999/05-Magazines/Magazine-03.12.2016-
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Amiga Plus CD-ROM 2000/04-05-Magazines/Magazine-03.12.2016-
Amiga Plus CD-ROM & Gamer 2000/06-Magazines/Magazine-03.12.2016-
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