Amiga Future Issue 80 is out now
Written by Andreas Magerl   
Wednesday, 09 September 2009
Amiga Future Issue 80 Cover
Amiga Future issue 80

(September/October 2009) is out now!

This means that all subscriptions, preorders and dealer supplies have now been shipped.

In issue 80 you'll find reviews about Netsurf, BOH, Amiga Forever 2009 and much more. Also there are special articles about data security and an interview with Cloanto.

Release Date:
5th September 2009 planned - 1th September 2009 Released.

BOH Updates, Wormwars, Giana Sisters DS, MLDonkey, Netsurf, Amiga Forever 2009, AmiDVD, Jupiter Lander, AmiCygnix Programme auf der Workbench, Aerogate 2, MAS Player.

Modding: Amiga flashlight, Data protection, What is an Amiga, Amiga Retrospektive Part 14.

Interview Davy Wentzler, Interview Cloanto, Cheats, walk-trough OnEscapee part 1, Editorial, Contents, News, Up2Date, The herald of Tamar, Imprint, CoverCD content, Letters to the editor, Preview.

CoverCD contents:
To follow...

Hell Squad CD-ROM (ISO-Image), SNEuroarchiv, Cybergames, TV Paint, Super Tennis Champs, Super Tennis Champs Data, Super Tennis Champs Woman, Mac Burgher.

Public Domain:
afsex, AmigaPower, AnArchiver-Upd, borpak, CD-dot-dot-v1.0, chromiumbsu, clispawn, codesets-68000, DizzyDiamonds, extract-xiso, ezaMaze, HCE, medplayer_lib, megascreenshell, phenomena-laserzone, photoframe-docky, Powermanga-68k, ptreplay_lib, quadnut-morphos, RandomBackdrop, Saga-locale, Saga, ScreenRecorder, sdllopan, S_Tiles, Timeme, UnixDirsII, unzip-morphos, WormWars, xvidcore_lib, ...

A more detailed description of the content can be found at:

The Amiga Future is available as an English and German print magazine directly at the editorial office and some Amiga dealers like APC&TCP, Alinea, AmigaKit, ASB, GGS Data, Voxel, Samuli and Vesalia. Of course we look for any other dealers wanting to offer the Amiga Future.

The Amiga Future is available as a single issue and subscription each with or without a cover CD.

Example pages
Amiga Future Issue 80 - Page 35 Amiga Future Issue 80 - Page 20

Amiga Future Needs Help
Currently we look for translators for the magazine. Your native language should be German or English and you should be able to read and write them very well.

Interested? Then please contact us via email at: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

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