Another cracking issue of Amiga Future (issue number #138) plopped through my door yesterday. Really looking forward to putting my feet up this weekend and reading through its 50 pages of Amiga goodness.
Inside there’s several game reviews including UWOL: Quest for Money, Celtic Heart, Distant Armies and more. A review of ‘SnapShoter’ which is a combined Clipboard manager, screen capture, video recorder and also Dropbox file synchroniser for your Amiga! There’s also a nice little review of Iris, an email program I use myself on my MorphOS machine. Iris is included on the cover CD too which is a nice touch. Speaking of the coverdisk, it includes full games in the form of Deadline and Magic Forest 2 plus a load of other stuff for all flavours of Amiga hardware.
Here’s a little peak at some of the pages of Amiga Future #138. If you’d like to purchase a copy then do please take a look here and support what is now the last remaining commercially printed Amiga magazine!
Once again, just in time for some weekend reading, the latest issue #137 of Amiga Future was posted through my letterbox this morning. I was reassured to see that it’s packed to the gills with great content as usual with a particular focus on reviews this time.
Amiga Future Front Cover
There’s several game reviews including Powerglove Reloaded, The Kiwi’s Tale, Trap runner and more. A review of SMBFS which allows the Amiga to access NAS drives using the Samba File System (might do an article about setting this up in the future). There’s a great review of Amiga Forever 8 from Cloanto, latest Amiga news, Aminet uploads and plenty more to read. The coverdisk includes a full release of NemacIV plus lots of other goodies too.
I also received a notification that my 12 month subscription was about to expire, certainly doesn’t seem like 12 months since I last renewed! Anyway, at under £63 (€69) for another 12 months (including coverdisks) it was an easy decision to renew it.
Here’s a little peak at some of the pages of Amiga Future #137. If you’d like to purchase a copy then take a look here.
Just in time for some winter weekend reading in front of the fire – Amiga Future #136 dropped onto my doormat this morning! Looks like it’s going to be a very interesting read as usual. Here’s a quick peak at some of the content…
Plenty of reading material this week as in addition to K&A Plus 11, Amiga Future 135 is also out now. This edition is packed with all the latest news from the entire Amiga scene…
Amiga Future 135 News pages
…including an in depth look at Gamescom 2018 that took place in Cologne back in August this year.
Gamescom 2018 Feature
There are also plenty of reviews of both old and new Amiga games including the newly released ‘Extended Collector’s Edition’ of Rocket Ranger.
Rocket Ranger Extended Collector’s Edition Review
A little late for me personally (having installed this about 6 months ago) but still of great interest, is a detailed review of MorphOS 3.11, the latest iteration of the long running replacement Amiga OS.
MorphOS 3.11 Review
There’s plenty more to read about besides the few things I’ve highlighted already so if you are interested in finding out more about this long running Amiga magazine take a look here.
Always a welcome arrival on my doormat – the latest issue of Amiga Future magazine!
Amiga Future – Special Feature
As well as the regular Amiga, AROS and MorphOS news articles there’s a great preview of ‘Scourge of the Underkind’, reviews of Sweep Out, BOH Advance plus classic reviews of ‘Bombuzal’ and ‘Phobia’ which will also be of interest to C64 owners too! 😉
Amiga Future – Blitz Basic Tutorial
There’s also the latest instalments of the Blitz Basic and FreePascal tutorials plus the start of a new one focusing on the Ignition spreadsheet. Sadly for me this is only for OS4 (I’m using 3.9). Of course there’s plenty more stuff to keep you entertained plus the coverdisk which I’ve not even had a chance to look at yet.
All in all another great read. If you’d like to get hold of a copy yourself, or just find out more information, head on over to their website.