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Old 06 November 2015, 04:43   #1
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Amigaville Issue 1 Released ...

Hi Folks

Yes Amigaville Issue 1 (previously AAPOV changed to stop confusion with APoV) is now available for download...

Hopefully you will like it.

Now supplying through Orangedox so I can keep track of metrics regarding downloads.

https://dl.orangedox.com/aCgL0dsKhXA...migaville1.pdf
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Old 06 November 2015, 17:59   #2
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downloading.. thx
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Old 06 November 2015, 18:07   #3
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Downloading, thank you.

Btw: Aminet accepts PDF files, provides a download counter and helps you reach the biggest Amiga audience possible. Plus it makes sure your release gets archived for posterity.
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Old 06 November 2015, 20:13   #4
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I did not know that ... will put it up there later
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Old 07 November 2015, 01:46   #5
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Dammit this stupid iPad ate my long post: probably a good thing but Anyway here goes nothing. Your focus is the future of the Amiga but then review arcade pool, archer maclean's pool, micro machines, tzero and stuff but hat's not the future of this beloved platform! What about the stuff from Remainder Software - downfall, maxwell mouse etc? The final fight aga project, Rygar project, the Renegades one and even the love dungeon project from last Christmas, that is the now, that is the future.

I applaud your efforts but come on let's stop looking at the past.
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Old 07 November 2015, 02:02   #6
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I will try and review some more recent titles ... As I said I don't own the actual hardware so at the moment it's what I can emulate. In time I may manage to get some then I can be more active in chasing current titles.

My focus is all things Amiga... Which includes the past and the present but as you say I shall seek out some newer titles.
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Old 07 November 2015, 23:50   #7
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Thanks for this.

I had been about to post that I was downloading it, but it finished before I had typed it all!

Great download speed from Orangedox!
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Old 08 November 2015, 03:25   #8
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@zerohour1974:

Could you please provide some information about this magazine, as the provided link does not have any info? ie. contents and file size?
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Old 08 November 2015, 03:41   #9
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Ok no worries...

Amigaville Issue 1 - The home of all things Amiga

News
Reviews - Legend of Kyrandia, T-Zero, Micro Machines, Arcade Pool and Archer Macleans Pool.
Feature - The future of Amiga
Article on Word processors
Grumpy Git column

Filesize: 37 Mb

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Old 08 November 2015, 11:07   #10
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Always nice to see new Amiga related fan mags like this, many thanks. Will you post on this thread when/if any new issues come out? or do you have a web site for the mag yet?
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I will post in this thread . Looking into getting a site up.
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Old 08 November 2015, 12:51   #12
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I will post in this thread . Looking into getting a site up.

Nice, thanks
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Old 08 November 2015, 12:51   #13
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Issue 1 now on Aminet also
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Old 08 November 2015, 13:06   #14
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I am going to Amigaville tonight and do a Chaos Engine marathon with a few buddies of mine.
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Old 08 November 2015, 13:49   #16
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I got confused because of it being posted in the news as well as on AMIGA Lads instead of the APOV own made mags section of the forum but I managed to find final issue 1 in the end. Good job. Hope to see the good old grumpy old man make a return as he is like a hybrid of grumpy Rick Wakeman from Watchdog and Yes fame and Alan Sugar from AMSTRAD and Apprentice fame in the one grumpy old man. Not read it yet but I know his going to be on there.

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Old 08 November 2015, 14:39   #17
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He is definitely there ...
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Old 08 November 2015, 16:14   #18
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Downloaded and had a quick scan and it looks good. That's a lot of work for a one man project. Excellent job and thanks. BTW I recommend InDesign over Quark, if you're still undecided.
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Old 08 November 2015, 16:58   #19
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The magazine was finally done in QuarkExpress 2015 they really have picked up the slack. Indesign is ok but a bit fiddly.

Many moons back I started with Quark 8 so I am familiar gow it works. Only issue I have at the moment is the story editor sometimes maximises when I don't want it to.
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I initially started with Quark, but after switching to InDesign I could never go back. Each to his own though
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