Issue 20 is our NEW edition of The Crypt, and it's our Birthday!
4 whole disks worth of the best material for you to enjoy. And don`t forget our Online version as well.
So what do we have for you this time?
Well, it seems as though the world has gone mad since we brought out our last issue
So hopefully this one will bring some cheer back into your lives.
As we have been back for a year now (Find out more about this in the "History" section. We thought
it was time to have some fun, so this is what we have for you:-
Ever wondered where the Haggis came from? Well we bring you the story. And find out why the Scots
are thought of as miserly. Then we preview a forthcomming part of the Crypt for all the
Steam Train enthusiasts out there.
Just before we released this issue, we heard of the closure of Amiga Active who have given us their
support for the last year, so our esteemed Dungeon Master has written a few words and we thank them
for all the work they have done for the Amiga community, and we wish them well for the future with
their new venture of "Digital".
As usual we have a strong line up of Readers bringing you all the best (and some of the worse) jokes
and articles for every taste, and the Riyan Production team have been busy scouring the world to
great effect, and have once again done us proud with all their articles and pics.
Have you ever wondered how safe it is to buy things online? Well we give you the best advice on
how to make sure you are as safe as you can be with some very good tips about the world wide web.
Dr. Jekyll writes about the MAS Player, and Craig gives us a review on MuLib. And did you know
that someone has made a robot from an Amiga? We have the pics and a review from the man himself.
Then there is our usual collection of jokes and pics, which will brighten up any party. And in
our Dungeons section we have some real life accounts from people who have experienced our Haunted World.
At the time of writing this, we are just a week away from the WOA-se show, where we hope to see new
things from Amiga, and I'm hoping to get myself a very fast emulator for the PC so I can run all
my favourite programs on a fast machine.
Ray Elf has submitted a load of cartoons and art work for you to enjoy, and then we have a look
at a NEW CD called D.O.O.N.
which is a great utilities CD for the Amiga which gives you everything you could want for Opus
including a whole host of themes, there are also OS3.5 and OS3.9 icons and a REGISTERED version
of Class Act! But thats enough from me for now, as we have a lot of work to do, bringing you
the Christmas edition, which is only a few weeks away now.