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Amiga 500; A501 Battery Replacement
Written Surgery GuideUnnecessary Surgery Video Amiga 500; Getting Online Guide
Video GuideWritten Guide Amiga 500; Installing GVP Hard Drive
Written GuideVideo GuideDemo Music Amiga 500; NTSC/PAL Toggle Switch
Video GuideWritten Guide Amiga 3000 Thoughts
Written Article Amiga First Look, Ahoy Magazine
Written Article Amiga Games Install Guide
Video Guide Amiga Hard Drive Death and Resurrection
VideoWritten Article Amiga Music
Retro Goodness VideoWritten ArticleFull 13 Track Riding with the Amiga Album by meRecording Music Thoughts Amiga Plus Magazine Cover Disks + Finney and Amiga Hawk
Video Review Amiga Read/Write Error
Written ArticleVideo Amiga Sound System Repair (From Gateway2000 PC)
Written ArticleVideo Surgery Amiga Transfers to PC Guide
Video Guide Amiga Workbench; 8 Color Icons Guide
Video GuideWritten Article (containing downloads…

Flight Simulator II - In-depth Amiga Written Review With Pics

Flight Simulator II Amiga, 1986 (Original Apple II 1983) Sublogic $49.95
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In an office in the city of Santa Clara California, 1984, a team of designers worked feverishly on a custom chipped computer built around the Motorola 6800 processor. Many may know the story of how Jay Miner, Dave Needle, R.J. Mical, Dave Morse, and perhaps even Mitchy the Dog came together to create one of the most legendary single computer models of all time, the Amiga. Often neglected in this story telling is another legendary designer, Bruce Artwick. According to Computer Gaming World, Artwick had been plucked away from SubLogic's Illinois offices and was working just as frantically on the Amiga as any other on that team, though with a slightly different goal in mind.

Entering into a contract with Amiga Corporation, he was to pr…

Wing Commander II - In-depth Written DOS Review With Pics

Wing Commander II
Vengeance of the Kilrathi MS-DOS, 1991 Origin $79.95 (+19.95 for Speech Pack)
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In a dimly lit and dank smelling basement, excreting that unique concrete musk, our Amiga sat in a walled off corner. This was a man made wall consisting of a large and tall computer desk which went 'round a corner, a metallic filing cabinet, and a dresser in which a fish tank sat on top of. Rounding the corner, with perhaps a swing around a support beam (for good luck), I excitedly entered the computing domain. My father sat at his desk reading one of the numerous computer magazines at his disposal. With a sigh he passed it along to me, and I learned that one of my favorite Amiga games would not be getting its sequel ported to our machine.

It was the first time I had gone through this. The …