Amiga World was probably the most dominant Amiga related magazine published in the U.S. Publication began in 1985 before the Amiga was even released and continued until 1995 by which time Commodore had gone out of business and the writing was on the wall for the Amiga.
Pictured above is the premiere issue of Amiga World. For the first couple of years, the Amiga 1000 was the only Amiga model available. Contents of this issue include:
- A First Look at the Amiga
- What If…
- Amazing Graphics
- Stimulating Simulations: Electronic Arts Gets Involved with the Amiga
- Sounds Like
- A Peek at the 68000 – This article takes a look at the heart of the Amiga – the Motorola 68000 chip.
- The Amiga as a Teaching Tool
- Amiga Solutions
- Help Key – Questions about the Amiga, answered by the experts.
- List of Software