Amiga Format was a British computer magazine for Amiga computers, published by Future plc. The magazine lasted issues from to. Topics amiga, software, format, scsi, ide, workbench, cable, games, aga, online, amiga format, format february, hard drive, graphics card, epson. Get The Most Out Of Your Amiga, Amiga Format Screenplay Screenplay, Amiga Format Get The Most Out Of Your Amiga Get The Most Out Of Your Amiga.
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Has anyone else had problems trying to download the Amiga Format PDF magazine scans from the Commodore is Awesome website? I can't. Amiga Format magazine is now available to read and download on Commodore is Awesome! We have 79 Issues brocapazbebuh.ml format, obviously we. Kiwi over at brocapazbebuh.ml has been very busy in adding new Amiga Format issues. 6 issues in a few days only. If you like what he's doing.
The magazine was published on a monthly basis  and offered various multi-issue tutorials on different application software, such as C programming or LightWave graphics rendering. The last tutorial was cut short in the middle because of the cancellation of the magazine. Amiga Format pioneered the concept of putting complete application software on a magazine coverdisk as a response to a moratorium on complete games titles being cover-mounted. The magazine's most infamous moment was in issue 36, July The coverdisk featured a demo of Paint Pot 2, an art package for children.
Page 7 of the magazine described how to use this package, however an oversight resulted in the placeholder heading "Type some shit in here please" appearing on the page,  leading to a sheepish apology in the following issue. Amiga Format was the second-to-last regularly issued print magazine about the Amiga in the United Kingdom. A notable regular feature in the later stage of the magazine introduced by then-editor Nick Veitch was Readers' Games.
Here readers of the magazine could send in games they had programmed themselves, and the magazine staff would then publish a brief review of them. In one issue a competition was run to find the best game developed by a reader using a previously covermounted version of Blitz BASIC. A game called Total Wormage was entered by Andy Davidson.
While the continuing uncertainty about the Amiga platform's future slowed software development, there was an increase in the interest surrounding emulation software. Longtime contributor Simon Goodwin contributed one of the longest running series to the magazine, which broke down emulators by target platform and went through the mechanics of getting them working.
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Hi, Thanks for this amazing work! I look forward to complete scans of Amiga Format and Amiga Power.
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Is this a permanent affliction or is there some other way of getting these scans? All the torrents lead to a page with a Mega symbol on it and, apparently, nothing else.
I am only interested in old Sinclair and Amstrad magazines. Thank for a great idea and if you ever get any of those Practical Computing mags I would love to hear about it!
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Sometimes I just give up on modern technology! Thanks for your help and thanks for a great site.
I would really, really like to get August of Practical Computing. Very big thank you for this awesome work. May I advertise my site here? If not, then just remove the link. Thanks for these — fantastic collection and really good quality scans too.
Wow, the torrents have gone mad the past few days! There are presently 16 leechers for Acorn User alone!
Yeah, I posted some of the torrent on a popular site that serves torrents and, er, Kicks Ass. I would love to re-read the old Electron User mag from the 80s, any chance of getting those online? You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account.
You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. The version number reflects the method that was used: Rate this: Spread the word: Like this: Like Loading Great job, btw! The ability to full text search these old mags is brilliant! Any luck with those Sega Powers?
Or are all these previously available for many years? Or are all these made from previously available scans? Hope that helps — reply back if you need more info.
To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Thanks to Commodore is Awesome I can now carry around these great tablets of Amiga goodness on a more modern tablet. Reader Games[ edit ] A notable regular feature in the later stage of the magazine introduced by then-editor Nick Veitch was Readers' Games.
So if anyone can help out with those two that would be great! Posting Rules. Amiga Format was a British computer magazine for Amiga computers, published by Future plc.
Thanks for these — fantastic collection and really good quality scans too.