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Old 08 January 2020, 00:57   #1
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AMiGA: Historical Magazines To Browse through

Found on the Web most of AMiGA magazines in PDF all to browse "On-Line" as if it were a book, I would say a treasure to keep, on the same portal you can search for other Amiga magazines and download in addition to PDF also floppy and [ Show youtube player ].

To browse the magazines just click on the covers and then with the mouse click you can change the page forward or backward, good reading.

For non "Italian" users I strongly suggest to browse Italian magazines with beautiful covers and rich contents.

AmigaByte (Italian)

Enigma Amiga Run (Italian)

Amiga Magazine (Italian)

Commodore Gazette (Italian)

Amiga User (Italian)


The Games Machine (Italian)


Amiga World (English)

Amiga Format (English CD Bootable)

Amiga Force (English)

Amiga User International (English)

CU Amiga (English CD Bootable)

Computer Gazette (English)

Amiga Active (English CD Bootable, newer than the others)

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Old 13 January 2020, 06:08   #2
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Thanks for posting this. I sure did love my European magazines back in the day but they were so darn expensive. I want to say that a copy of Amiga power was about nine dollars per issue. Much too rich for this Midwestern teenage hick from the sticks.
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Old 13 January 2020, 08:16   #3
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I added some more in the list, they were expensive and I have almost all the Itlian ones and many also in English.
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Old 13 January 2020, 20:17   #4
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Yes they were expensive in New Zealand as well. I'm just disappointed as I used to buy Amiga Power for the games instead of Amiga Format.

So glad people are uploading these. A lot of these used to be on bombjack.org but that site seems to be down.
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Old 13 January 2020, 22:54   #5
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Yes they were expensive in New Zealand as well. I'm just disappointed as I used to buy Amiga Power for the games instead of Amiga Format.

So glad people are uploading these. A lot of these used to be on bombjack.org but that site seems to be down.
Yeah, Amiga Format/CU Amiga/ONE were around $18NZD each. Id buy a couple each month.

I did find a cheeky way of getting them cheaper occasionally..... would go in right on closing time, take the magazine to the counter and the counter staff would be so keen to close up, they'd mis-read the price tag and charge me $7.95 instead of $17.95. (Yes, I feel guilty now).

I recently obtained a massive collection of Amiga magazines.... bought back a lot of memories. But they took up a LOT of space, so found a new home for them with someone else.
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Old 21 January 2020, 11:46   #6
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Thank you!
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I have some adf file of original floppy attached on this italian magazine:

Amazing 1-6


Amiga Magazine 1-3,7,9-14,18-19,21-36,54-74,77-95


Amiga User 1,3-8,11


For You Amiga 2-7


Amiga Byte 1-59


Uploaded all ADF files in /~Uploads/na103/ADF

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Old 21 January 2020, 16:03   #8
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I have some adf file of original floppy attached on this italian magazine:

Amazing 1-6
Amiga Magazine 1-3,7,9-14,18-19,21-36,54-74,77-95
Amiga User 1,3-8,11
For You Amiga 2-7

if interested i can upload this in ftp upload area
Heya na103,

Welcome to EAB

If these disks are not alreday in TOSEC then it would be much appreciated

You could also upload them to The Zone! See here for access: https://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?t=26201
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I have some adf file of original floppy attached on this italian magazine:

Amiga User 1,3-8,11


Thank you. I don't remember this one at all. I only found one added to the list, even if it's to be unpacked, addition in the list also "Amiga User International"

----------- Italiano -------------

Grazie Questa non la ricordavo proprio, aggiunta sulla lista anche da sflogliare ne ho trovata solo una, aggiunta nella lista anche "Amiga User International" (English)

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Old 24 January 2020, 10:47   #10
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Bombjack's archive is actually still on line, only the link has changed:http://commodore.bombjack.org/amiga/
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Old 24 January 2020, 15:36   #11
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How can I download all together?Not one by one.
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Use browser extension, eg DownThemAll for Firefox.

You can also download entire archive.org collections using this great script: https://www.malfunct.net/2017/04/07/...on-downloader/
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I am reading Amiga World, which I believe is the first Amiga magazine ever.
Also, Commodore User, which is the predecessor to CU Amiga.
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