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Premier issue of Amiga World magazine

Amiga World was dedicated to the Commodore Amiga line of computers.

I have a nearly complete set of these. An inventory is pending.

(Submitted January 7, 2012 14:30:44 by Andymanuk64)

Hi I am selling a few issues of Amiga World Magazine (1986 '87 '88) on ebay . Near mint condition.

(Submitted July 20, 2009 12:22:21 by Ralph)

Ahh! I could not afford the Amiga when it was new, saw it in a store and was so blown away with what it could do. It was so ahead of its time! I was using a commodore 64 at the time.

(Submitted April 29, 2009 10:47:49 by (a href=mailto:)Mortar(/a))

Ah, Amiga. My last micro before plunging into the IBM world. I loved that computer, and Amiga World was an excellent 'zine.

(Submitted June 4, 2007 18:41:07 by Evan Finn)

I have a big stack of old Amiga Worlds as well. if you want/need them, let me know... perhaps we could work something out.

(Submitted December 16, 2006 09:28:25 by Gary Kushlan)

I have Amiga magazines in Mint for sale......


(Submitted September 4, 2006 21:00:24 by Rodney Smith)

There was article about animation sequence for Susan B anthony anniversary, i cant remember what issue of amiga world, i was going to try to duplicate it with 3d max, i loved the effect, it was like popup screens with different great women of history beautiful presentation. How can i get the old set of amiga world magazines from the usa thanks for your time :)

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