Thread: The Amiga Book
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Old 15 January 2015, 16:45   #118
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We typically produce volumes of work, so there's enough content on the Amiga 1200, CD32, the history of Amiga systems and additional games to appear later.
You have to realise that reprints or not, magazines are not a safe bet like they were 10-20 years ago and not just anything gets put into print.
In a perfect world we'd have gone on Kickstarter and made a more dynamic book that was completely full or new content, but because we're a magazine publisher that would have been most likely frowned upon.
I'm just glad I've been able to get a book out there that's full of fantastic Amiga content.
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