The Amiga Future 142 was released on the January 9th.
This is about Amiga/Pegasos applications, problems and all other Amiga topics which don't fit elsewhere. english
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I'm Johannes Genberg, the editor of AMIGA FORUM; the first printed Amiga Magazine in Sweden in years.
The magazine is maintained and sold by Swedish User Group of Amiga (SUGA), and is first and foremost made for it's members (who get the magazine for free) but also sold to non-members.
The magazine is in A5, partly coloured (depending on the amount of advertisement), in Swedish and comes out four times a year. The third issue is coming out in December.
You will also be able to read the issues as PDF for free, except the two newest issues. So the first free issue will be released at the same time as printed issue 3 is finished.
For more information (including how to advertise), go to amigaforum.se or suga.se (we have a section in English).
(I thought this might be an interesting piece of news for AMIGA FUTURE. Plus, we could use the exposure )
I am pleased to announce that the fifth issue of the Swedish Amiga Magazine AMIGA FORUM has left the presses and is available for purchase at www.amigaforum.se. With this issue we celibrate the magazine's first anniversary and look forward to many more years of Amiga!
In #5 you can read about:
News from the Swedish Amiga Community and the Demo scene
Amiga Network support with Envoy
The beginners guide to BBS
A short Scene novel in two parts
A report from the retro game fair in Goteborg, Sweden
The fastest Amiga with G5 and MorphOS
and other interesting things ...
Just when the Swedish midsummer holiday has passed there is another reson to celibrate: the latest issue of AMIGA FORUM is here!
This issue (#9) is dedicated to the Amiga fair AmiGBG that was at the 3rd of May. But we also write about:
* News from SUGA, SAFIR and the Amiga world.
* GG2 card for sale: the cheapest way to get network for Amiga.
* FPGA based Amiga clones.
* Noisetracker 25 years.
* Game review: Putty Squad.
* And more!
This issue is 28 pages (16 in colour) of pure Amiga! You can order your issue at www.amigaforum.se (Swedish only, sorry) for 25 Swedish Kronor plus shipping. Members of Swedish User Group of Amiga (SUGA) get the magazine for free.
Issue 10 of the Swedish printed magazine AMIGA FORUM is here. In this issue you can read about:
* News from Swedish User Group of Amiga (SUGA), the Swedish Amiga portal SAFIR, and the rest of Amigaland
* Protocol from SUGA's extra annual meeting
* Beginner school in assembler
* Article about game cover art
* AmigaOS 4 on WinUAE
* Commodore's choice of design for the Amiga series
* An Amiga like USB keyboard
* Games: Colonial Conquest II, Voxel Bird Saga and Voxelnoid
This issue is of 28 pages (16 in color) and is free of charge for members of SUGA (www.suga.se). Single issues can also be ordered from our web page: www.amigaforum.se for 25 Swedish Kronor plus shipping. The magazine is in Swedish.
Issue 12 of the Swedish Amiga magazine AMIGA FORUM is out now and can be ordered at http://amigaforum.se. In this issue you can read about:
* News - is Hyperion bankrupt?
* Other Amiga related news
* Game reviews
* Old useful programs
* Book review - The Amiga book
* Scene fiction short story
* Latest news from from Swedish User Group of Amiga, Safir and the demo scene
* Learn to program Hollywood, part 2
The magazine can also be ordered at http://amigastore.eu. Note that the magazine is in Swedish only.
The latest issue of AMIGA FORUM is finally out! This issue writes about:
You can order the magazine from Sweden (http://www.amigaforum.se) or Spain (http://www.amigastore.eu).
The latest issue (14) of the Swedish printed magazine AMIGA FORUM is out now! This issue writes about:
* News from SUGA and the Amiga World
* About Java on the Amiga
* More memory with BigRAM+
* MIST - A challanger to the Minimig?
* A guide to buying a MorphOS machine
* Doom clones on the Amiga
* The year was ... 1986
* The story about an Amiga oriented search engine
* A personal tale about returning to the Amiga
* Cross word puzzle!
You can order the issue from: www.amigaforum.se (sorry, Swedish only!)