• Category Archives Amiga
  • Tower Toppler / Sports-A-Roni (Commodore 64)

    Tower Toppler and Sports-A-Roni by U.S. Gold for the Commodore 64 and other computers.

  • Amiga Resource (February 1990)


    Source: Compute! Amiga Resource – February 1990

    Amiga Resource was a spinoff of Compute! that covered the Amiga exclusively. It didn’t really last very long, possibly because there were already other well established Amiga magazine by the time it came along or because it was not published monthly, at least at first. The February 1990 issue includes:


    • Amiga Builds a World – Joseph Conti – using the Amiga to mold reality
    • Amiga 3-D – The history and future of 3-D graphics
    • Inside Your 500 – Find out what makes your Amiga tick
    • Globewatch – Investigating the international Amiga market
    • X*PRESS for the Amiga – Get information quick – from your television cable
    • Readership Survey – What do you think about Amiga Resource?


    • The Window – Hurricanes and earthquakes
    • Trends – News, new products, and rumors
    • Readers’ Feedback – European games, opinions, and commercials
    • Spotlight on the Sculpt Series – Hot tips for 3-D artists
    • CLI Clips – Livening things up with escape codes
    • Ask Rob Peck – What is ARexx?
    • Programmer’s Page – Finding a file’s full pathname
    • Best of the Boards – Scripit – phantom fingers on your mouse
    • Amiga Art Gallery


    • Just for Fun – Life of the party
    • Abstractions – And now, a word from our sponsor
    • Taking Sides – Mail-order Amigas


    • Amiga Logo
    • Lords of the Rising Sun
    • Mini-Reviews – Amiga Resource looks at dinosaurs, fiendish clowns, hard disk backup utilities, perplexing word puzzles, a programming language, and more

    On Disk

    • Boomerang, NameBase, Req, Amiga BBS List, Scripit, SysCheck, and more

  • Commodore Magazine (July 1988)


    Source: Commodore Magazine – July 1988

    Because I had a Commodore 64 and wanted an Amiga, I always loved this official Commodore publication. The July 1988 issue includes:


    • Science and the Amiga – From Astronomy to Zoology, scientific research is no longer limited to the laboratory. Anyone with an Amiga and the right software can explore his own personal frontiers.
    • How to Write Programs for Publication – It takes more than talent, brains and creativity to get published. We’ll tell you how to user your computer and a little market savvy to get your program or article published.
    • Cover Story: Epyx and the Quest for Olympic Gold – Believe it or not, Epyx had outdone themselves with the latest offering in their best-selling Games line. This year the company released The Games: Winter and Summer Edition as an official licensee of the 1988 U.S. Olympic Team. Here’s how the Games series came to be and how Epyx got involved with the U.S. Olympic Committee.


    • Letters
    • News
    • Tips & Tricks
      • Hints for Fun and Utility
      • Gold Mine
    • 64 and 128 Software Reviews
      • Skate or Die
      • Gauntlet
      • Street Sports Basketball
      • geoCalc
      • Home Designer 128
      • Border Zone
    • Amiga Software Reviews
      • Vyper and Footman
      • Destroyer
      • Robot Readers
      • Roadwar Europa
      • BlackJack Academy
      • Calligrapher
    • Inside Q-Link – Just for Fun
    • Projects – Subliminal Communication
    • Adventure Road – Fastest Access in the West
    • Pumping GEOS – geoPublish – Now this is a Program
    • Programming
      • BBS Lister
      • Smush
      • Modulation Wedge
    • 128 Mode – SPRDEF-Plus
    • Amiga Update
      • The VCR Connection
      • Amiga Public Domain
      • AmigaBASIC Tutorial

    …and more!