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Old 19 December 2020, 18:10   #41
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Santa delivered mine today!
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Old 19 December 2020, 18:55   #42
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Got mine too. Great stuff. Going to be asking my newsagent where the cover disk went *angry*
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Old 20 December 2020, 00:02   #43
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Got mine too. Great stuff. Going to be asking my newsagent where the cover disk went *angry*
C'mon it's 2021 ffs!
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Old 20 December 2020, 01:33   #44
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Started reading mine while on the loo.....you know....for that authentic experience digital can not provide.loving it
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Old 20 December 2020, 02:45   #45
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I really don't know what to say. I am really blown away and speechless. I am just so grateful for the Amiga being such a big part of my life and having such a big impact on it. Most importantly I am so grateful for all the incredible friends I have made in the amazing community. The Amiga is great, but the friends I have made along the way are the greatest. AmigaLove
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Old 23 December 2020, 23:46   #46
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Yeah Bill, you are the Flagship of the American community and over the World cause it comes to France too, enjoying Amiga is a sort of course of action, a philosophy , a joy of everyday when you came back from work so tired and you open your Amiga and the soul of Jay Miner float above our heads, witch computer can make you smiling, thinking different, exploring 40 years after ? the community have never been so active that since 2000. keep the spirit Alive mates. merry Christmas Long Live to AA .
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Old 24 December 2020, 20:17   #47
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Receved mine yesterday, and liked the overall formula and awesome print quality. The amiga Addict name seemed kinda random to me at first but then i realized the contents i liked the most were about amigans, their memories and passions. The second issue spoiled contents seems very interesting to me.
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Old 25 December 2020, 05:37   #48
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I really don't know what to say. I am really blown away and speechless. I am just so grateful for the Amiga being such a big part of my life and having such a big impact on it. Most importantly I am so grateful for all the incredible friends I have made in the amazing community. The Amiga is great, but the friends I have made along the way are the greatest. AmigaLove
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Old 25 December 2020, 13:32   #49
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Still waiting for mine to be shipped
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Old 26 December 2020, 19:54   #50
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Yeah Bill, you are the Flagship of the American community and over the World cause it comes to France too, enjoying Amiga is a sort of course of action, a philosophy , a joy of everyday when you came back from work so tired and you open your Amiga and the soul of Jay Miner float above our heads, witch computer can make you smiling, thinking different, exploring 40 years after ? the community have never been so active that since 2000. keep the spirit Alive mates. merry Christmas Long Live to AA .
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Old 27 December 2020, 06:10   #51
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Its a good magazine. I am enjoying it. Physical copy beats digital anyday yes.
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Old 27 December 2020, 17:07   #52
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C'mon it's 2021 ffs!

If its 2021, wheres our cover Download, .
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My copy is still in preparation:

Shipping Preparation Started

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Old 27 December 2020, 22:06   #54
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Great Mag, well done to all involved. looking forward to issue 2
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Old 27 December 2020, 22:49   #55
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Great mag. I am up to page 40 (I am a slow reader). I enjoyed the interview with Amiga Bill adn the article by Matt Pomroy about the arcades, it was exactly how I remembered it.

Its the first magazine I have bought i years that I have not missed reading a word and want to buy again.

Well done and congrats
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Old 28 December 2020, 19:40   #56
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Shipping Preparation Started

I wrote that yesterday and guess what? My copy arrived today.



Very good paperquality. I'm reading right now, but as native swissgerman my english knowlegde is somewhat limited.

(I miss the coverdisk)


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Old 29 December 2020, 17:45   #57
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From the letters page :



This is great news for me. I would become a permanent subscriber if there is a CD32 section.
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Old 30 December 2020, 23:40   #58
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Really enjoyed issue 1. I often skip articles in magazines but here I read all of them.

The interviews were great; nice and lengthy. Something to get stuck into.

Great work to all involved. Roll on issue two!
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Old 31 December 2020, 00:15   #59
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I find it interesting that in every photo or video I've seen of the magazine, I've never seen a side shot to see exactly how thick it is.

I've been wondering about its weightiness. Amiga Format and CU Amiga in their heyday were nice hefty magazines. In their final issues, they were significantly thinner. I imagine that's what this magazine is like.
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Old 31 December 2020, 00:39   #60
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I feel bad I'm late to this party, but I signed up for a 6-month sub. I hope more folks will support it if they have the ability to do so. It sounds like a very exciting venture! And, it also sounds like it will have a very diverse group of folks and perspectives writing for it, which helped me seal the deal.

Happy New Year, and good luck Amiga Addict(s), all!
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