An Amiga magazine resource site with reviews, previews, cheats, coverdisks, public domain, covers, trivia and thousands of page scans. Also is putting the files up at Archive. Join our heroes as they take on pretty much every game, and almost get away with their sanity intact. Hopefully you get a hold of the complete set of Saturn Power issues too May you keep doing your Amazing work! However, if you wish that we do not make content that you legally have ownership of available on this site, and we will remove it. However, rights to Retro Gamer were purchased by Imagine Publishing in October 2005 and the magazine was re-launched on 8 December 2005. Copyright Disclaimer: This site does not store any files on its server. Thanks for your help and thanks for a great site.
You'll need a few programs to read these properly and we provide these on the description pages for each release! Should save you the trouble of having to leave your computer perpetually on! The files are too heavy for most pdf readers, and rendering every page takes minutes sometimes. With it just over a year old there are loads of games to choose from. Read the Name Issues Complete? Secondly I am currently on the look for some 90s sega and nintendo magazines minus the ones listed above obvs? Over 200 magazines and zines archived including extras. The rules for defunct magazines vary on a case-by-case basis. You are doing an amazing job and I praise you highly. However, the image was recompressed during the process, which made the files up to double the size of the originals and marginally impacted quality.
Over here, we're trying to create a collection of scans for magazines, strategy guides, game related books, etc. Is there any chance you can say on this site which ones are new scans and which ones are the same crappy low res scans that have been available for years probable scanned by Mort?? This site is set up to digitally preserve video game magazines from 10 years ago and earlier for defunct magazines, and 15 years ago and earlier for current magazines. A scanning project that contains a variety of gaming mags from round the world. . I am happy that this is being done and that I can reread history. While we would prefer permission, we will fully oblige with your wishes concerning your content. On 27 September 2005, the magazine's original publishing company, Live Publishing, went into bankruptcy.
We offer our readership in-depth looks at classic games and franchises, behind-the-scenes glimpses of the software houses from yesteryear, and one-on-one exclusive interviews with industry veterans such as Archer Maclean and Hideo Kojima. It would be better if you made the scanned text into vector fonts displayed on top of page to make the quality a lot better. From Triple A titles such as Zelda, Mario Kart etc the console has a fantastic range of eShop games at some great prices. It was the first commercial magazine to be devoted entirely to the subject. Archive website featuring many Atari magazines, including Atari Age, Atari Club, The Atari Connection and more.
Software needed: rar and poppler-utils Hi firstly just a massive thank you this is amazing. To address your first point: I have no idea where most of these scans came from. Or are all these made from previously available scans? This of course makes the brilliant ocr job you did obsolete, so I kept the original. I cannot wait for when I you do Amiga Power. Can you give me an example page from issue 1 to compare between? In 2005, a general decline in gaming and computer magazine readership led to the closure of its publishers, , although the rights to the magazine were later purchased by The first 18 issues of the magazine came with a cover disk. © Copyright 2019, All Rights Reserved. Once again we bravely outsourced the responsibility for the games we played to you.
This is a hobby we do out of passion and love for the video game magazines of yesterday, and not worth legal battles of any kind. Although launched in January 2004 as a quarterly publication, Retro Gamer's soon became a monthly. In this episode Paul interviews documentary film maker Jonathan Beales about his new upcoming film Retro Gaming The Movie. All the torrents lead to a page with a Mega symbol on it and, apparently, nothing else. Am really after some nintendo magazine system, maybe some total, official sega and, well anything else. You can quite easily look at the contents page.
I threw away all my old computer magazines years ago and I am gutted I did. Best regards Trevor Sometimes I just give up on modern technology! Owners of this website aren't responsible for content of comments. We hope that over the years this will become a great resource for gamers everywhere. The night is still young. We only index and link to content provided by other sites. I would really, really like to get August 1980 of Practical Computing.
The Amiga Shopper scans are the only ones on this site that are all my own work. Hope that helps — reply back if you need more info. This is about as good as I can get it. Is this a permanent affliction or is there some other way of getting these scans? I bow my head down to you sir. The magazine is now £1 cheaper, but lacks a cover disc. Please contact the content providers to delete copyright contents if any and email us, we'll remove relevant links or contents immediately. There are stuff I need to read in their.
So: when was first mention of Amiga? That letter you wrote to Your Sinclair, which issue did it appear in? The website was re-launched with a new forum, which can be found at. I am only interested in old Sinclair and Amstrad magazines. But this was before broadband. Thank for a great idea and if you ever get any of those Practical Computing mags I would love to hear about it! If you have a collection of high quality scans that we're missing and would like to add them here, please don't hesitate to right away! Therefore, the file size will be smaller, but having been recompressed twice the image has lost a little bit of quality. However that led to Andy's career continuing at Future on new magazine Amiga Format. The only problem for me was trying to open the.