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STOPP 


Latest news on the Amiga 
4000-030 shows demand out- 
stripping supply world wide. 
If you are having problems 
getting stock or perhaps feel 
disappointed that you opted 
for the A 1 200 before you 
knew about the new machine 
all is not lost. Check out the 
table on the right showing 
the A1200 fitted with the new 
M1230XA Mic robotics 
accelerator available from 
Indi front 

ONLY £299.99 


Performance Comparison 


AMIGA 

* 000-040 


AMIGA 
1200 With 
tfmOKA 


AMIGA 

4QQQ-03G 


AMIGA 


1200 


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It certainly doesn 't seem a month ago that I last wrote 
for Indi and what a month it has been. 

With immaculate timing Commodore announced 
their superb Amiga CD, are Sega and Nintendo 
worried? 

Interesting question, 32 bit technology, 16-8 million 
colours and the amazing A A chip set: what do you 

think? 

But, more to the point, what does if mean to you if 
you currently own or were thinking of buying an 
Amiga 600 or 1200. First of all let's be clear, you 
cannot use the Amiga CD as a computer until there is 
a keyboard and drive option (promised for 1994). So 
if you want to do any more than run CD software 
remember you will not have access to the vast range 
of floppy based software on Amiga nor the processing 
power that makes the Amiga so rewarding if you want 
to do more than games play. 

So what does this mean to the current Amigos ? To 
make if simple, the Amiga 600 is a cheap entry level 
system perfect for the first time user or those working 
to a budget. The Amiga 1200 is the elite, system for 
the dedicated user who wants to access the speed and 
performance of this mid range system; you can 
upgrade later via an external CD solution promised to 
be hot on the heels of the Amiga CD. 

The Amiga CD should be available to dedicated games 
players in August . Phone INDI to check for pricing 
and availability; and don't be confused, both the 
Amiga 600 and 1200 are around for some time. In 
fact Indi have already finalised their plans for 
Christmas! 

Mail order purchasing cart be worrying, sending 
your hard earned cash to a company that may be 
hundreds of miles away, will your dream machine 
arrive as promised and what do you do if it doesn < ? 

Indi is part of a very large company with their own 
in-house experts and systems and yet it still 
sometimes goes wrong. At Indi they have a Customer 
Care department who do nothing else but problem 
solve. So if Securicor couldn't find your house but 
will re-deliver tomorrow, or you cannot load a disk, 
they are there to help. 

But what if the problem needs a fresh pair of eyes, 
perhaps you feel that you have been 
unsympathetically or unfairly treated? 

I was delighted to learn that Indi take their 
responsibilities so serious !v that they have joined the 

DMA. 

The Direct Marketing Association 

Organisation (recognised by the Advertising (standards 
Association and other such official bodies ). 

Getting accepted is difficult, staying in required Indi 
to set and achieve real customer satisfaction and 
solve problems quickly if they occur. 

I sincerely hope that all Mail Order Companies will 
follow Indi and display the DMA symbol on their 
advertising. If they don't you should ask them why 


not. 


Regards, 


INDI DIRECT MAIL 

Proudly Presents 

THE 

JAKKI BRAMBLES COLUMN 





DIRECT MAIL 


CUSTOMER CHARTER 


ifllDI Direcl Mail is original and very 
exciting. Selorc you buy mail order 
you must firs! be confident lhal you will 
receive ttie product you've ordered and 
that the supplier will still be there in the 
Mure, should you need them, 

A mail order purchase from INCH is a 
safe and secure decision, and here's 
why, 

iNDl is a wholly owned subsidiary of a 
public company now in ils tenth year of 
trading and specialising in the supply 
of computer products. 

With a turnover approaching E1D 
million per annum, we have the 
resources and the purchasing; power to 
offer you the best deals, deliver them 
next day nationwide and always be 

around when you need us r 


DEFERRED CREDIT ON ALL ORDERS OVER £200. 
*PAY 10% NOW AND NOTHING MORE FOR 3 MONTHS. 


AMIGA 1200; 


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HEW 


AMIGA 


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AMIGA A1200 




COMIC RELIEF PACK. 

The mm \ 1 nay he over but the fund rai^ng st>li goes on IF your tacking lor Ihe lates-1 irs 
Amiga rechncvogy ihen inis is ihe starter cac* For you. Based ground ihft Oulstandu^ 
A i ?DD. this pack also g ^es you sleepwalker, a most addictive platform g^unni from ocft&fl 
software VauH be pleased to knew that every one d 1 Uiusu p4£*£ purchased rfliSGS 
Another for Comic Relief 
AtSDD STANDARD FEATURES. 

• G-BQ20 Processor. • PCMCIA alert. ft 2MB GhipRAM. * 3.5" Internal 
Drive. ft AA Chips#! ft Built in TV modulator. ft Alpha numeric kaypad. 

• + ? Months ni tiqme maintenance 


PRICE 


£379.99 or from £14.47* per month 

* (Credit price based on 36 monthly paymenls APR £9.8%. 

Total repaymeni £520 92 and 90 day deterred payments.) 

A1 200 60 MEG HD INDl PRICE £539.99 

Al 200 80 MEG HD INDl PRICE £599 99 

A1 200120 MEG HD INDl PRICE £679.99 

INDl A1200 ACCESSORY PACK 

Pack Contains; 

3 Superb Games IntemaiKsnal Games Challenge The Cool Croc 
£> Paradroid 90 • Zapsac and Zappo T- shirt 

INDl PRICE £19-99 

60-00 Hard Disk upgrades available on any A1 200. Upgrade includes full Wang warranty on A 1200 and Hard disks, Phone lor a quote, 

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OFFICIAL A1200 HD SYSTEMS 

The Amiga 1200 supplied by INDl Direct Mail 
now includes the official (legal) Commodore 
installation disk and hard drive utility manual.. Irtdi 
are proud to be an official supplier ol Amiga 1 200 
Hard Drive systems, that include the official soft- 
ware. documentation and on - site warranty 


AMIGA A4000 


SALES AND SUPPORT 


The INDi sales team have been trained 
id lake your order with Ihe til ma&E care 
and efficiency. All stock offered for sale 
is held in slock, centrally at our group 
warehouse complex and 1$ available 
for next day delivery, direct to your 
home or business, if al any lime we are 
out of slock your money will not be banked 
until Ihe product is available 
(Li point worth checking should you feel 
templed lo purchase elsewhere 

Genera! inlormalion regarding 
producl is available Iron our sales 
team, however technical support is 
always at hand should you need 
assistance. 

All prices quoted e-re inclusive ol VAT. 


INDl TELESALES 


Tel 0543 419999 Fax 0543 418079 



CREDIT FACILITIES 



It's here - The new Amiga 4000/030 

The NEW Amga 4000*030 failures a EG6EQ3G processor 
iunm^ dl hi i ircf«3iWtf 25Mli£. MPQW&Ote al a later dale 

Id a kJSldr processor. The 4CQGEED teis b powerful 4Mb ol 32 

- hd RAM ( 2Mb chip A 2Mb last! sxpdriclabe Id IB Mb- using 

fidusby standard 32 - bit Simms module In hftfl with 
Amiga llagshp 4OCXK340 tf* 40QC W330 1 Mhmes m new AGA 
graphics cHpMt, giving you a pallet at 16.0 milkm 

^ikxjf, A range of hard Crve aptioos are available form B0 

- roohtb and includes a SCSI Dplion. 

4000/030 80 Mb HD INDl PRICE £939.99 
Other Drive Options 
4000 030 120 Mb HD INDl PRICE £1039.99 
4000/030 240 Mb HD iexciu&VB lo INDl: 

PTmtm f« price 

4000/030 1 20 Mb SCSI HD |0H£lu£ry& to INCH) 

Phone for price 

A full unp* Of upprcKvab upgrades are available tor 
Ih4 4QDQ 030, Including Additional memory modules, 
hard drives, PC bridge boards. FPU s I66B0 1 L 666621 
and 1 he 21 - bit Opal vision graphics and video system, 


NEW MONITOR 
RANGE 

THE NEW DUAL SYNC 1940/ 
1942 Monitors have been spe- 
dally designed for the New Amiga 
1 200 and 4000 computers. Both 
monitors feature built - in stereo 
speakers. 

I INDl FRTCEl 

1940 Monitor £ 279.99 

14 inch screen size - 0.39 mm dot matrix. 


INDl PRICE 


1942 Monitor £ 379,99 

14 inch screen &ize - 0.28 mm dot matrix.. 



Conned! a CDTV Player fo any Amipa, and aec&SS Ihe 
world ol CD - ROM sohware 

The Parna^ interlace and software will al* ow Ihe Amiga 
CDTV la be used as a CD - ROM drive with any Amiga 
and will give any Amiga ow-er access to the vast 
range (V CDTV software currently available. 

The CPTV piiiysr otters excellent value For money 
whan compared: with a standard CD - ROM drive and 
intwTae* Most cc - ROM drives will set you back over 
r-iflC! while CDTV wril cost you less lhan £300 and will 
play audio CD's in addition id CO - ROM / CDTV d=sks 
The Pamet adaptor Includes Ihe software driver for 
your Amiga, miedaca cable and PD disk with dnvar 
software Idr your CDTV playif 

I INDl PRICE I £ 39.99 

AADfflLTI&O PLUS CDTV # i960 MONITOR. 

INDl PRICE E15994& 

CDTV * PAHNET, 

INDl PRICE E329.P9 


INDl are now able to offer competitive 
credit fa ci 1 1 lies cm all orders over E200.W. 
Ail credit (acuities are subject lo status 
and applicants must be over the age oMS. 
II you would like a quote simply call our 
sales line where acceptance can normally 
be notified within the hour, We are also 
able to offer Credit Insurance to cover 
repay menls In Ihe event of sickness or 
unemployment- 


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AMIGA A6Q0 PRICE CRASH 




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A60D-SD A single drive Amiga lor those ol you requiring a basic A6W at a very 
compel! Live price.. 

PACK INCLUDES: A600 single drive, built in TV modulator. 1Mb memory. 12 
Months al home service. 

INDl VALUE ADDED FREE 

4 Kick Oil 2 * Rip^mania v Space Ace # Populous • Micnoswitched 
joySlick 

INDl PRICE] £ 239 *$? £ 189.99 


THE WILD. THE WEIRD AND THE WICKED A600 IS an 
i-n«Hi starter pack containing a considered mix of software, 
making the most at Ihe Armgas amazing capabilities. 


A600 EPIC PACK (40 Mb HD) PACK INCLUDES; 

A60C Hard DisKs (20Mb) # 1 Mb Memory • Epic • Ramfl • Mylh 

• Trivial Pursuit • Amiga Text • Deluxe Paint III • 12 Morilhsat 
homo service. PLUS IHDI ACCESSORIES PACK AS LISTED, COMES WITH 
AN EXTRA 51 2K HAM EXPANSION FREE. 


APR 29,8% WRITTEN QUQT ATI OH 5 AVAILABLE ON 
REQUEST 

- After deposit pend 


PACK CONTAINS: 

ft A600 Single Drwe 
■ Built in TV Modulalor 
ft 1 Mb Memory 
Pushover: GrandprlK 
# Silly Putty: Delude Paini m 
m Mouse and Manuals 


NEW 

LOW LOW 
PRICES 


INDl PRICE 


£ 339.99 


INDl ASM ACCESSORY PACK (Featured with WWW) 

# Micro Switched Joystick * Lockable Dish Box * Dish Wallet 
ft 10 Blank Disks * Kick Ott 2 • Pipemarfa • Space Aoo 
ft Populous Zapsac Carry Case • Zappo T-Shirt 


INDl 

PRICE 

£215.99 

INDl PRICE 


£26.99 


















^ant THE BEST IN PROFESSIONAL AMIGA. WHY NOT TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE CREDIT DEALS AVAILABLE 

( SUBJECT TO STATUS). CREDIT AVAILABLE ON 6, 12, 18, 24 , 36 MONTHS. 

WHY NOT RING NOW FOR A QUOTE. SAME DAY RESPONSE. 


AMIGA RECOMMENDED PERIPHERALS & ACCESSORIES 


New from Microbotics for the Ai200!!f. 
M1230XA Accelerator launch!! 

Miqrobotics beats the competition on price, performance, 
features and configurations. iNDi Is very pleased to announce the 
availability of the new 66030 accelerator product tor the At 200: the 
microbotics Ml 23Q XA (call it the "XA'for short} 50 MHZ speed is 
standard! Memory management is standard! Huge 126 MB 
memory design is standard ( the biggest memory space on any 
A 1200 peripheral} Just look at these specifications and prices! 

M 1 230 XA W/40 MHZ EC 030 QMS INDI PRICE £299.99 

Ml 230 XA W/40 MHZ EC 030 4MB INDI PHICE £399 99 

Ml 230 XA W/50 MHZ MMU 030 0MB INDI PRICE £399.9* 

Ml 230 XA W/50 MHZ MMU 030 4MB llsiDf PRICE £499.99 



MEMORY UPGRADES AND ACCESSORIES 

M5C 1 The original 0.5MB battery backed upgrade 

for the A5G0 
iNDi price I £29.99 


M502 T he original 1 MB battery backed upgrade 

for the A 5Q0- 

iNOi p rice | £49.99 

ft Up memory board. Again designed for the 
A1 SOO/ASOO. Memory upgradable to 2/ 4 or 8MB 
I iNor price} £69.99 


Hard frame suitabfe for A15QQ/A2000. Allows for th 
Interface of a SCSI hard drive. 
prncEl £110.99 


[ IN pi 


MB XI 200. 

The original and the be si floating point unit and 
memory uppgrade for the Amiga A1200. Available 
with 0,4 OR 3 MB OF 32 BIT FAST RAM and a 
choice of floating point units. Now complete with real 
time clock (RTC) 

MBX1200Z 68881 14 MHZ 0MB INDI PRICE £129. 
MBX1200Z 68881 14MHZ 4MB INDI PRICE £249 
MBX1200Z 68881 14 MHZ SMB INDI PRICE £349.! 
MBX120QZ6SB82 25MHZ0MB INDI PRICE £189. 
MBX1 200Z 68882 25 MHZ 4MB INDI PRICE £339 ! 
MBX1200Z 68882 25 MHZ 8MB INDI PRICE £409 
M8X1200Z 68882 50 MHZ 0 MB INDI PRICE £339 
MBX1200Z 68882 50 MHZ 4MB INDI PRICE £419 
MBX12Q0Z 68882 50 MHZ 8MB INDI PRICE £539 ! 



AUDIO VISUAL 

MEGAMIX Low co&t, hi spec tfigilal effects 
cartridge plugs into pfirter port of Amiga. 
Allows stereo sampling from almost any 
musical Sourcs.. , 

INDI PRICE £29,99 

VIDI AMIGA 12. THE ultimata low cost 
colour digitiser for the Amiga. 'The best 
value full colour digrtiser on the market' 
AMIGA FORMAT. 

\HDi PRICE £75.99 


TAKE 2, Animation package is a must for 
computer artists and enthusiasts of air ages. 
As used in Rolf Harris Cartoon Club. 

INDI PRICE. £37,99 



ROCTEC HOC GEM. 

Eniry level Gen look for all Amigas. 
Record stunning Amiga Graphics ontc 
Standard video or overlay text and 
graphics ortio a video aortal. 

INDI PRICE £69.99 

ROCTEC ROCGEN PLUS, 

As above but wfflh extra features such as timing and signal 
inversion. Allows tor real lime editing c! graphics 
Compatible with all Amipas. 

INDI PRICE £133.99 

ROCTEC RQCKEY, 

The ultimate accessory for Amiga / video Ians. Separate 
RGB eornrols to croma hey on arty colour 

INDI PRICE £249.99 
pyramid scanner. 

A total tiand held scanning package for all Aniigas complete 
with interface end software {mono} 

INDI PRICE £99.99, 


AMIGA PERIPHERALS. 



2MB 5MAftTCARD r The origin.* &lill 
Ihe only* felly PCMCIA ■cC'jripe.libla nwntory 
tard for A60Q.-A1 £00. Comes w*1h llfaflime 
gUftranLoi?. Beware ur cheap imiiarions 

iNDfl PRICE C129 9& 

4MB SMAflTCAftD Same as above bul 
maximum 4! MB INDI PRICE El 99.99 


ZAPPO 60i . Trapdoor upgrade (or ihe 
A600, 1MB with RTC 
INDI PHFCE £49.99 
ZAPPO 60lNC.As above onJy 5T2K 
no clock INDI PRfCE E29,99 



MULTISTART FIQM5HARER 

with kPckstart V3.INOI PRICE £44.9P 

MUT1START ROMSHARER 

with Jcickstart V3.04 INDI PRICE £49,99 




COMMODORE MRS 1270 A INK JET PRINTER. 


Whisper quiet yet prints at an amazing 160 CPS. 
Possibly the best vafue printer on the market, 
f T moi price ] £94.99 

1270A - REPLACEMENT INK JET CARTRIDGE. 
INDI PRICE £12.99 


DISK DRIVES. 



ZAPPO EXTERNAL FLOPPY. 

You've seen ell (he reviews on this popular and 
affordable second Amiga drive. Compatible w-ith all 
Amigas. | iHDt " PRICE] £59.99 


■Quality : 9 out of 10." Exceptional vafue for money, 
AMIGA COMPUTING JAN 9J 


PRINTERS 


COMMODORE MPS 1230 A high quality 
9-pin Dot Matrix Printer with paper and 
tractor feed and is fully compatible with 
Epsom FX8G and IBM Industry standards. 
High speed 120 CPS draft mode and an 
NLQ mode of 25 CPS. 

INDI Value added free 
D- PR I NT - Design greetings cards, 
letters and posters. 

AMIGA LOGO- Educational and 
programming language. 

AMIGA VISION- Multimedia Authoring 
system for video, animation, sound, 
speech, graphics and text. 

Lin pi pri cej Et 34.99 


MONITORS. 



1084ST MONITOR. 


Commodores original 1 and best selling colour stereo 
monitor. Now includes swivel and tilt stand for total 
ease of use. I ihdi price! £189,99 
(El 79.99 tr purchased with A600.A12£>Q,A1500) 

THE NEW CD AMIGA 

Jus! prior to finalising this advertise- 
ment Commodore have confirmed 
that the new CD Amiga has been 
delayed until August. 

If there is any change then the INDI 
Sales Desk will be able to take your 
order. 

However, Commodore are confident 
that circumstances will not change. 



ABLE 


TERMS AVAILABLE OVER 6, 12, 18 , 24 & 36 MONTHS SUBJECT TO STATUS. 
WHY NOT RING FOR A QUOTE . SAMEDAY RESPONSE. (SEE EXAMPLE) 


Panasonic 


- 1 (Colour 
Printing 



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El 29.9* 

E249.9J 

£349,9! 

£189 9! 

£339.9! 

£409.9! 

£339.9! 

£419,9! 

£539.9! 


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We r-HSL^archiKs the coin nr printer marked ai great depth Iu find a tuteur printer puDC enough to cope wilh Amiga's puw&Mui qiaphie dlIplL. yet at an affordable price.. 

We found trie perfect prmter in (he KX-P21fi0 + KXP21 23 quiet printers.. 

We then considered mat jf you were going to buy a Panasonic printer you would probably need a quality word process- r*g package fa use with it We found that too. with ' Wordwerih', yet at a 
retail prlco erf £120L9^ we thought that might he a Irttle loo expensive on top al your printer purchase! So logelher with Panasonic we decided to give a copy of ‘Wordworth’ free with every 
Panasonic printer, How's that for added yahja? 

KX-P2180 

*WORDWORTH COMPLETELY FREE! WITH PANASONIC 
QUIET PRIMTERS The writers choice The gflimate word processor for AMIGA com- 
oute*s worciworrh eg gnd&ublediy the ultimate word-' doaiment processor \& the lull rang* 
ol AMIGA compute** Tho graphical naturci Gl WOODWORTH makqs producing documents 
laslu-r ei nd easier with Iho pfihancud printing louts (Including rull Panasonic 
KX P^BQ +• KX F2 t £3 cetour piinlirig supponj, Collins spall dM*eker and Ihesaunjs. no 
Qlhea word prpcwsspr oomos dose 'Without dOu*t?l tfi*s is one of the best documeni preces- 
sans for |he AMIGA. Today'(Arniga Fontial) 

NORMAL RRP £129.99 inc VAT 



INDI PRICE 


£ 189.99 


naf 


The new Panasonic KX - P2l 50 9 pin quiel -cotour pn mar 
Produces cn-sp riear lexl in mono Or in 7 g^tioes odours with 
new quiet technology. The new KX - P2 1 BO is typically 15dBA 
qum 1 or tn operation, than Ihe competition. 

* Fast Prl nting Speeds 1 92GPS Draft and 55 CPS NLQ 

Colour Printing 7 colour qaletle (blue. red grGttfV y r Or* vinks n -uguntii and block) 
Liu ini Printing Super Qbf>el 4*3 - 4M&A sound level irrost matrix punters s"e typeafiy -in 
excess of 60dBA} 

6 Reaidenl Fonts Over B,100 type styles u^r-g Gbunir Pr&shgs,. Bold PS. Raman 

Sc«pi and San? Sam Fean 

3 Paper Path* Paper t^ndling topm bottom, top and near lar lolai flexibility 1 

* 1 year warranty lor total peace aF mind 


IND 

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PRICE 1 






99 


The wa 1 high performance Panasonic- KX - 2123 24 pm. 
Quiet colour pn-mfler aWtf* leading odge quiet prinhno 
technology at an affordable price 
Fast Printing Sp«ds 15? GPS draft, 54 GPS LG and 52 3lO. 

Cukair Printing 7 colour palette ifaiu*. red. green, yeibw, videl. magee-ta and black! 
Quiet Printing Super quiet *3.S - flSkBA sound level (most matrix printers are in excess 
qf 50d& A) 

7 Residienl Fonts Over 152,000 type styles using Super LQ. Courier Prestige. Bod PS, 
Roman, Script, and Sans Serif Fonts 

24 PIN Diamond Printhead High periormanca and high quality output 

i ¥*pi- WflHnnEy tar loiai peace of mind. 



Panasonic LASER PRINTER 


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All 


WORDWO^TH COMPLETELY FA EE 1 
WITH PANASONIC LASER PRATERS 
the wm-srs' choice. Ttie ullimale word 
pr&oesscr Hx AMIGA ccfnpuiers. 
NORMAL RRP £129- M me. V4T 



Once again tNDt hav? joined together with Panasonic to offer all Amiga owtiecs the mosl outstanding Laser Printer o-ifer 
prices We are also giving away a free -copy of W-ondworth with every Pahasomc Laser Printer purchased iR.RP £12^.99) 
son*ation &r convolosi graphic applications - the Panasonic range oflera you the power to meet your requiremenlE. 

KXP- 441 G 


ever We are now ab*e to offer "igh quality, prolessonal !ase^ r priming at affordable 
'Whether you are looking For a laser printer to Handle word processing, DTP, pre- 


5 pages per minute 
2B nesidenl lonls 
Optional 2nd inpul bin 
(tota? pnnter capachy 
2 % 200 sheets) 

Low tunning costs 
Parafle* interface 
Optional memory oxpansioni 
to 4.5 Mb (0.S Mb as standard ) 
HP la&ar|al II Emulation 


INDI PRICE 



499.99 


inc. VA t 


WOPDWOPrm COMPLETE! V" FHg£ 
WITH LASER PRINTERS 



ONrSfTE 

WARRANTY 



KXP - 4430 

m Satm pri nt (opti mum resolution 
technology)* 

• 5 pages pe* minute 

m HP Laseqel III Emulation, FCL 5 

1 0 Scalable fonts 5 20 bitmap 
lunchons 

• Optional 2nd input bfn (total 

printer capacity 2 * 200 sheets) 

• Optional memory expansion to 
5.0 Mb (i Mu as siandand) 


INDI PRICE 


£ 699.99 

ire. VAT 

"liialrpni'TtefT.uE* cpI'T’um -Brahmin wctnoiDgr 
li> | : 1 1 :h 1 1 1 - h !iiil|> gj.sMH-icliiiij £rr>l unpfff Tlfiy 

■.wsftkity fi lti-i^ j* Siiccil :, j-A.lv vaa-s-or.il 
laggra un cu r v«i d^-yadEfa and 

t:*f vHiyTig JHb- )niii|h^ i^i.:J hikI 

WOnnWQRTH CWPLET^LT FREE 
wrm LASER PRINTERS 


Panasonic PRINTER ACCESSORIES 




1) PANASONIC AUTOMATIC SHEET FEEDER 

Automatic Sheet Feeder for KXP 2t«V KXP 2123 holds SO A4 
sheets. INDI PRICE £09.99 

2) PRINTER DUST COVER 

Specially tailored quaMy dust caver far Panasonic KXP 21 BD^ 
KXP2 I23 pnnle^. INDI PRICE ESLSfl 

3| PRINTER STAND 
2 piece punier stand. INDI PRICE £9.99 

41 PAPER PACK 

500 shwtl qualify A4 paper. INDI PRIG E CR 99 

51 CONTINUOUS PAPER 

2000 Sheris 1 frTd ii&nng paper inch price 

&;i PARALLEL PRINTER CABLE 

To be used whe^ ccmnectMM Amiga to Pa^sornc Printers. 

inp! price m$9 -;£&S9 ii purchased mfth a purfitefi 

71 PANASONIC COLOUR RIBBON 

Colour ^don tor KXP 2 ISO- 1 KXP 2123 INDI PRICE £14 .99 

5) PANASONIC BLACK R|BBQN 

Black ribbon for KXP 2ieO-'KXP21?3 INDI PRICE D5-99 


SAVE ECC2 £'b ON TWE FOLLOWING 
ACCESSORY PACKS 


PACK 1 

PANASONIC COLOUR RIBBON PACK 

Contains 6 Dolour ribbons lar Ihe KXP 2lB0-' KXP2T23 RRP 

£1 ?9.9G. INDI PRICE E09.#9 SAVE ESD.OO’i 1 

PACK 2 

PANASONIC RIBBON PACK 

Contains 2 black and * -notour rtjbans lor KXP 2 100; KXP 2123. 
RRP C99.99. INDI PRICE £69 M SAVE E30.MKI 

PACK 3 

PANASONIC DELUXE ACCESSORY PACK 
Cantams Aulcmatk. Sheel Feeder. 2 black ribbons.. 2 colour Ttf]- 
bons. 1 dust cover, 2 piece prinler Eland. RRP ElG9 99 INDI PRICE 
E139.WSAVE t30.QO!!! 


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The most authoritative 
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Beat that! 

f vdyn t Jennie. the world's only professional percussionist, and her Amiga WO. 

Bosk guide 

Continue to become e programming expert with the latest instalment of mir guide 

Updates 

Imagine 3.0 due soon, and some credible song files for the Miracle keyboard 


REVIEWS 

PIPView 

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Real 3D v2 

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Emplant 

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TOSMS 

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Graham Gooch Cricket 
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By John Butters 


C \ 'MTITER games dev elopers are close to 
agreement on self-regulation whkh could 
* j.j iu $ome Amiga ga me^ being given 
v nJeo-type age raring - *. 

The move is intended to help clean up 
thr software industry's image after several 
months of tabloid newspaper claims about 
Hit effects games playing has on Britain's 

« *N 

in some of the latest stories, the media 
hjvv highlighted (he reality of horrific 
graphics i untamed in a rocL-ntly’released 
consob game 

E L5 I ! A 1 fc u ropean Le is u re So f tw a re 
shers’ A ssi,k hi tionK (he trade bod v 

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rvrn^entifig ■-'’i per cent of games develop 
cts, have drafted a Code- of Practice for 
thetr members to follow 1 , 

! : lUt |ht Cnde^ CD-based software 
w bcb hn> been produced from film will be 
tuhmiiled to bodies such as the British 



Board of Film Censors forcLassificaiion. 

Ratings given to the software will be 
displayed Lin packaging and allow parents 
• asily identify games which contain 
- -'Lii.n that might be unsuitable tor their 
dtLsdren. 

S *me of the first affected, could be those 
i - l ommodore's new CD Amiga system, 
v - h the nrm has now confirmed is due 
for a summer launch, Industry bosses tear 


that unless they agree or ^itereguJation^ 
politicians could force computer and video 
games to 

be included in the Video Recordings Act 

im 

That would mean all program* includ- 
ing those with lower graphical standards 
on floppy disk would be hislvd, costing the 
gcime^i industry millions of pounds each 


year. "The video industry had legislation 
imposed on it/' said ELS PA' s Roger 
Bennett ”'We want to avoid that situation. 

"Our aim is to make games legal, 
responsible and for publishers to pursue 
activities that are socially acceptable. Most 
of our members eire in Favour of the action 
planned." 


Call for 
Amiga PD 

A ROMANIAN engineer hss just set up 
an enthusiasts dub with the aim of 
helping the few Amiga users In his 
country to gel the most from their 
hobbyn 

The man behind Amiga -Club, Bltca 
Bogdan, says Romania s low salaries 
- he Gams Just £40 a month - make 
computing expensive, with many prod- 
ucts keeping their Western prires. 

But Bite? says his Bucharest-based 
chub, running A5Q0 and AlQClGs, has 
found Amiga Computing's editorial 
pages a helpful source of information 
and its CoverDisks invaluable. 

And now he is looking to the West 
for help, especially in building a collec- 
tion of public domain software which 
can be distributed freely among his 
small club. 

kl Unfortunately In our country there 
isn't a shop with magazines, software 
and hardware for the Amiga; - he said. 

“Amiga-tlub Romania is a non- 
profit organisation whose purpose is 
to popularise Amiga computers in 
Romania. 

“Our need is disks - either public 
domain or those from I he covers of 
magazines. They will help us be sue* 
qessful in our activity/' 

If you would like to join Amiga-Club r 
the address to write to la: Bitea 
Bogdan, Street Cornelia* No &. Appt. 1, 
Sod. 4, Bucharest. Romania. 


CBM bring Amiga price 
inside £200 


: N I KT -level Amiga prices have been delved, bringing the ot>nv 
■ i *• r - nvorruri ended retail price inside £20!] for the first time. 

W rnachines and bundles in the A6Q0 range see the cuts, 
* hk“h are aimed at increasing the price gap between the entry 1 
~ ,h him-* and the superior A121XJ. 

The standalone computer has been given a £50 cut, picking up 
j r . price lag nf £199M The Wild, Weird and Wicked and Epic 
r * - new cost £229.99 and 049.99 respectively, 

I Waters are expected to add their 1 own discounts. Indi Direct. 
M i were one of the first to announce 
letaLte with their standalone- AhOO 
co*tmg £139.99. 

We had expected to get down to 
Eh;* price by Christmas bid this is a 
n j. bonus," said Indi boss Craig 
SfeddingEBlL 

' There is now a real price differ- 
t nee between the AGOG and A 1200 - it 
t ti u be the best value computer on 
thr market. " 

Ihe S i pack includes a small setec- 
tii ’n er leisure software hut l lie com- 
puter is difficult to upgrade and is nn$ 
vjprv-rtcd by many games developers. 



Amkja Computing July 1993 


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News 

Briefs 


Kiddies CD boolc 

ALfSTAIR in Outer Space is an interactive 
story book which has been developed for 
CD Ami gas by Bedford- based Altered 
Images {0234 340722}. 

It features 26 animated page, an illus- 
trated index and a selection of games. The 
package costs £24 99 and is aimed at chil- 
dren aged between five and nine years 
old 

Amiga plant 
sale denied 

RUMOURS that Commodore have pot 
their Amiga development plant at West 
Chester, Pennsylvania up for sale have 
been denied by the firm's UK b0$$ David 
Pleasanee. 

The firm own two buildings m the same 
area one of which has been used for C64 
nmnufacturing. It would now make sense to 
put both operations under one root, he said. 

Scanning costs 
are down 

LADBROKE Computing (0772 2031661 
have cut Eh a price of the Golden Image 
Hand Scanner with programs Touch Up 
and Deluxe Paml 3 So £j&9.99. 

Piracy arrest 

A 1 9-year-old Amiga user was arrested In 
Hertfordshire recently after police seized 
games that have not even been released 
in Britain. 

It is alleged that the man pirated the 
software and thee sold it to other gamers 
through bulletin boards. The Federation 
Against Software Theft joined the police in 
the operation. 

One meg for £30 

UPGRADE manufacturer Amitek have 
announced the immediate availability of a 
1Mb memory upgrade for the A500P cost- 
ing Ofl. 

"The new RAM board Is aimed at the 
first time user;" said spokesman Andy 
Leaning- "It's tow cost, easy to fit, doesn't 
void the computer's warranty and comes 
in a colourful case. 1 " 

It is available through several Amiga 
dealers including Silica Systems, who can 
be telephoned on 081-309 111 I. 

Inside Imagine 

THE book LfudcrstintJarr^ 2 has 

been reprinted by Alternative [mage (0533 
44LHH3 ) following demand from users of 
the rendering software. If costs £25, 



TWO graphic designers have used their new Amiga to help In 
the production of a recent episode of London Weekend 
Television's South Sank Show. 

Twenty-year-olds Simon Hough and Anthony Murray, both 
from Birmingham, were asked by LWT to illustrate a docu- 
mentary about fantasy writer Terry P ratchet and his works. 

Pari of the programme needed to show a young child play- 


LWT tune into 


Amiga graphics 

in § a computer game, for which Chrystal Haze Graphics: 
designed a suitable animation. "Our prime objective was Co 
emulate a game, so there was no call for advanced 3D mod- 
elling techniques because this would stray from a child's per- 
ception of a computer game, 1 " said Simon, 

"The key to the success of the design was that it had to be 
convincing to the viewer and yet still appeal to children. 

The designers were already familiar with the Amiga. For 
over a year they have been trying to provide a low-cost, com- 
puter graphics service. 

41 We chose the Amiga computer because it was a stable 
basts lor producing s high standard of graphic images while 
maintaining a relatively low level of financial support/ 1 said 
Simon. 


"When Commodore released the AG A chip set we decided 
to incorporate the new system into our design criteria. 

"It provides an Ideal stop gap for testing animations and 
stilt before going into the process of final design or into the 
process of printing." 


Consecutive grabs 
from new V-Lab 

THE n&cenl update of V-Lab enables Amiga users to import video sequences from 
recording decks without the limecode feature found only on expensive machines. 

V-Lab Y-C is the third version of the package end is now compatible with com- 
posite and Y-C video recorders. Interleave frame grabbing software is also supplied. 

Its most impressive feature enables the hardware to grab consecutive video 
frames directly to hard disk by making multiple passes over the film. 

The operation is repeated until a 25 Frames per second sequence has been gen- 
erated. A maximum oi 200 frames - about ten seconds worth of video - is 
accepted. 

Martin Lowe from distributor Amiga Centre Scotland (0896 67563) claimed the 
system Is ideal tor home 
users, video users and 
CD-ROM developers who 
need to store video 
images. 

Priced at E36T8B. users 
who want to leave the sys- 
tem unattended can buy 
an infra red video deck 
controller as an optional 
extra. The controller's 

price remains to be fixed. V L&b r t Compatihfv with more rat* 



Multimedia updates 
for video board 

GREA1 Valley Products (010 1 215 337 8770) have Upgraded multimedia video board 1V24 
to give the pade's software i range of new features Jnd improvements. 

MacToPainf 2 is a real-lime,. 16 million colour paini package featuring a toolbox-style 
interface that can be moved to a more convenient part of the screen. It can bad and save 
JPEG compressed files and painting can he done on a 24-bil image while work is viewed at 
between 12 and 21 bits for extra speed and lower memory needs. 

A newly-designed custom version of Cilignri24 gives Tenderers a line-up of extras, 
including an unlimited number of light sources and bettor animation functions. 

My Lad enables video productions to be enhanced with creative transitions while 
Desktop Darkroom offers image capture, retouching and a range of special effects for 
image manipulation. 

GVP's Bill Prescott "With the addition of this software upgrade, IV24 represents an 
opportunity for professionals to optimise their creative potential and productivity." 

British distributor Silica Systems (0£T309 1111) are belling upgrade packs for £99. 


Deluxe 
extras for 
disk utility 

DISK utility software Quarterback Tools 
has been Improved by its Texas-based 
makers Central Coast Software to 
Include new features and improved 
performance. 

Quarterback Tools Deluxe is claimed 
to be much faster than earlier versions, 
have improved hard disk organisation 
functions and a better undeFete facility . 

Other features Include disk recovery, 
a sector editor, ability lo Improve effi- 
ciency and compatibility with the latest 
Amigos. If is controlled though a new 
"3D look 1 ’ interface. 

Several additional programs a re sup- 
plied in the package: Locator, 
Replicator, File Erase, Disk Eraser, 
Encryplor, Keystroke Finder, System 
Mover and Brain Cloud. 

Locator finds fifes no matter where 
they arc on the disk. Brain Cloud pro- 
tects sensitive materials from use by 
others, while Encryptor can encrypt 
and password ^protect documents. 

Information can be permanently 
deleted using Fite Eraser and Disk 
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"Users can sometimes forget the 
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director Rick Unland, "Like any cutting 
edge technology, problems can occur. 

"‘Quarterback Tools Deluxe Is not 
Just for emergencies any more. Central 
Cost Software have paid close attention 
to their users, found out what they 
needed and given it to them." 

If will be sold through several 1 UK 
dealers and has a US price of 5t25. 
Upgrades are available to existing 
Quarterback users for SSL CCS can be 
telephoned on 010 1 512 32S 6650, 


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5 to 7 September 1993 

European Computer Trade Show 
Organiser Blenheim 
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1 /eflue: Business Design Centre, 
London 

A trade-only event where new games 
will he unveifed. 


Another 

AMIGA owners using their computers for home 
productivity or small business work ate among 
those targeted for Slai Micron kE latest primer, 
the LC24-20 II. 

It is the successor to the firm's 24-pin LC24- 
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Discounted software and hardware plus 
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3 to 6 June 1993 

Summer CES 
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Venue: Chicago r USA 
A massive consumer elecironics show 
with Commodore presence. 


SCSI brings mass storage 

to A12O0 

THE latest Amiga upgrade from American specialist CSA is an A 1200 accelerator 
card featuring a SCSI Interlace la enable mass storage peripherals to he used 
with the computer- 

CSA Twelve Gauge uses a @8030 processor running a I 50MHz and has a socket 
to allow a maths co- processor to be fitted as an optional upgrade. 

The speed □! the computer is improved further by employing Burst Mode pro- 
cessing. a faster and more efficient way of managing data from 32-bii memory. 

Up to 32Mb of this lastRAU can be added to the hoard, which fils lo the 
Amiga's trap door and is available in several differenl configurations. 

Prices were not fixed at the time of going to press but a 40MHz 6&EC030 ver- 
sion with 1Mb of memory will cost about £399 while the 5DMHz board will sell for 
about £499. 

The British supplier is Omega Projects who can be telephoned on 0942 612203- 


Improved graphics for 
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• If your company is organising a show 
relevant to the Amiga and it s not listed, 
let us know so we can include the infor- 
mation in the diary. 


win export 
award 

PSYGNGSIS, the Liverpool-based mak- 
ers of lap Amiga lei sung software includ- 
ing Lemmings,. have become the first 
computer games software company lo 
receive the Queen's Award for Export. 

The firm's exports to North America, Europe, 

Japan and Auslralia have more than quadrupled over ihe 
last three years 

Revenue from exports and royalties earned from Japan and America accounted for 
more than 4Q per cent of lutnover between 1 991 and 1992. 

“As a British-based company in the antertamment software field, we are the mosl 
successful in Japan;' claimed P&ygnosis development manager Ian Helhennglon. 

“Our work with major Japanese companies has been in development far some time 
now and we are beginning to see the fruits ot these jornt projects.' 


SINGLE frame rendering system Simpatioa has been improved to gh>e video professionals 
AGA graphics support for IFF pictures and animations. 

Also new its a 24-bit rotoscoping system which enables 
sequences of video Irames to be digiiissd from tape, 
editing and re-rendered with full single Irame 
accuracy. 

And She program's developers, 
Leicestershire-based Qptomca (0455 
556282), have also announced details of a 
new package for creating timelapse video 
and stop motion sequences. 

Video Tlmerapse, or VDL lor short, has 
a range pt features including a point-and- 
click; user interface, on line help and on- 
screen video deck control 

It has start sequence control by Future , 
Time and Manual modes and stop 
sequence coniroi through Unlimited, 
Rendertime e Timer Duration, Timecode, 
Frames Recorded. 

Upgrades from earlier versions of 
Smnpatica cost £49.95 while Ihe lull price 
for newcomers is £350, 

VDL costs £350, or £199 will buy the 
software if the buyer already owns hard- 
ware included wilh Simpgiicfi- 


Power tool 
to help 
program 
makers 

PROGRAMMERS are targeted lor an 
interactive disassemble! and software 
inspection utility which is claimed to 
be ihe most powerful available on 
any personal computer. 

ReScurce comes from US firm The 
Puzzle Factory and is used lo disas- 
semble machine code into labelled 
and formatted source code which can 
iben be reassembled. 

II can cope with more than 
200,000 lines of code per minute and 
Amiga enthusiasts can also use the 
software to examine ell the software 
functions of the Amiga, 

A painted manual includes tutorials 
and within the program there is a 
Hypertext system which 15 word- 
indexed to provide in«depth informa- 
tion about Ihe software. 

Bntish distributor is through Heiros 
Software (0623 554626). They 
charge £1 30 for the package. 


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SOFrfc rwl fP appear <wi CD Amiga? 


were currently on hold due to another 
urgent project. This reporter has dor*? some 
snooping and discovered exactly what. 

Code-named AmigaCD 32, this hot new 
liardwarc unit combines the basic circuitry 
of an Amiga 1200 (the AGA chipset and the 
ECQ20 processor) with a top-loading CD- 
ROM drive, similar to that found on the 
Sega MegaQJ, 

How can Commodore hope to take on 
CD-ROM giants like Sega and the coming 
Nintendo and 3 DO CD-ROM units? Bv 

j 

uning an old sale* tactic they dug out of 
their early 1980s archives - selling hot 
equipmen t at a low price. 

An anonymous games house reports 
that Commodore told them that Amiga! 'D 
32 is slated io sell at only $299 (£199) com- 




Denny Atkin with 
the latest news 
from the other 
side of The Pond 


piste. This pub it about $100 (£67} less than 
a Sega Genesis (the US versiem ni the Mega 
Drive} with the CD-ROM attachment and 
al lefts than half the price of 3DG. 

So is this just CDTV with A1290 guts? 
Nope. My informants tell me that 
AmigaCD 32 doesn't have all the com- 


puter-like expansion ports found oi 
CDTV, and st looks more Like a games cor 
sole than, a VCR. 

Fhis doesn't mean it can't be hifnt 
into an Amiga - Commodore are a!- 
developing an expansion unit that wiJ 
allow standard computer peripherals to 
attached. 

Will this he the machine that pu‘- 
Commodore back on the top? Even the ! 
developers I talked to who are actuallv 
doing titles for it aren't brimming with 
Optimism. 

Although the hardware is quite capable 
and the price ls low, it's software that sc li- 
the consoles, and most companies seem t. 
be targeting sure bets like Sega fur their 
CD titles. 


Powering up 


THE ANNUAL World of Commodore Amiga show, held 
April 2^S at the New York Passenger Ship Terminal in 
Manhattan, was a treat tor A1200 owners looking to add a 
bit more power to their hot new machines. Those who 
went seeking software, though, left largely disappointed. 

Although there were 33 exhibitors at the show, many of 
those were dealers, magazines,, and purveyors of public 
domain software. Among the more well-known develop- 
ers who did attend were Centaur Development, PKB 
Software, Gold Disk, GVP, tCD r Microdeal, Migraph, 
Moonlighter, NrwTek (in the guide of Video Toaster 
Magazine), SC ALA. Soft-Logik, and Utilities Unlimited. 

Commodore's booth was consistently crowded, espe- 
cially around ihe Amiga 400QT, which was shown to the 
North American public for the first time at the show. 

The A4000T [*T" is said to stand for "floor standing 
unit, rather than 'Tower/' due to NCR's ownership of 
the tatter word) spurts five Zorro lilt 32-bit expansion slots, 
four IBM AI slots, six drive bays, both IDE and SCSI-2 on 
the motherboard^ and - of particular interest to video nuts 
-dual video slots. 


and that the target date for the high- 
end chipset, which ships first, has 
slipped to mid- 1994. 

Commodore's upcoming DSI 3 chip 
has found a new home on a Zorro 111 
card. The original plan had been to 
place the chip on the fcWLHl CPU card, 
but Commodore realised they could 
double the performance of EJtc AT&1 
DSP 32010 chip if they' placed it on an 
expansion card with its own RAM. 

This also allows them to run the 
card at 66MHz„ instead of "only" 

50MHz. The board will ship with its 
own multitasking operating system 
based on the AT&T VCOS software. 

Initial software will enable use of the 
board for real-time sound processing,, 
and libraries to use it as a V32 b is 
modem. JPEG image decoder and encoder, and MPEG 
audio decoder and encoder are in the works as well. 



Towfrtng abwr the apposition, the A4QQQT 


FUTURISTIC-LOOKING 

The case is the slickest ever to come from the big C, 
w r ilh a futuristic-looking smoked -plastic curved door cov- 
ering the drive bays. The A40QOT is still a couple of 
months aw r ay from shipping, and promises to be a pre- 
mium-priced product, not one for the Zodl crowd . 

Lew hggehrecht, an information-seeking pourna List's 
dream, once again spilled the beans about Commodore's 
development plans. 

You've read about the high and low-end 24-bit chipsets 
in previous columns (see the- April issue of AC); the only 
news there was that the low-end chip set will have sup- 
port for adding a lb-bit stereo DAC for improved sound. 


ThU board won't be cheap, but comparing its capabili- 
ties to those of the basic Motorola DSP in the Atari Falcon 
U like comparing a 33 MHz 68040 to the 1MHz 6502 found 
in the C64, 

Eggebrecht also said that CD-ROM drives for the rest of 
the Amiga line w r ere a top priority right now. The drives 
will be double-speed mechanisms and will support multi- 
session discs (useful for Kodak's Photo-CD), and will 
include custom microcode to speed access dramatically. 

Eggebrecht said drives will be available for all Amigas, 
with the probable exception of the A60Q, hi nee the A600 
doesn't have the needed DMA access. 

Perhaps the most intriguing hint of the Amiga's future, 
though, L-ame from Commodore US president Jim Dionne 


When asked during a quesfion-and -answer session why 
Commodore hadn't been able to repeat the success of the 
C&4 in the US market, Dionne hinted that Commodore 
would be making a major push tor She consumer market 
this fall with a new machine that could be ihe next 
Commodore 64. He emphatically stated that this would 
not be the AfrOl) - it s more likely to be the AmigaCD 32 
mentioned above. 

Will it be the next C64? Commodore has already lost 
the support of virtually all the US games developers. And 
a company that would sell sushi as "Commodores Cold, 
Raw, Dead Pish!" is trying to go up against Nintendo and 
Sega in a marketing war? L don't think so. Is this the64GS 
all over again 1 


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A s mail order and high street dealers alike 
begin at last to ship the A1200HD in quan- 
tity, bitter feelings and cries of anger linger 
nn over the way in which the machine's parent company 
finally staggered into the hard drive market. 

The .weds of the furore were sewn last year when, to the 
stupefaction of those present. Commodore launched the 
A12JQ0 in only one flavour - without a hard drive. 

Most observers scratched their heads and wondered whether 
an external hard drive connecting through the PCMCIA slot was 
to be announced shortly, hut this did not happen and the internal 
expansion route became the only option for the storage 
hungry user. 

Given the easy availability of 25m IDE drives., it seemed that the 
damage could be limited. What rapidly became dear, however, was 
that although the hardware was easy to come by. Commodore them- 
selves were making the ambitious owner's life a misery by supplying A I Mis with fiv^ 
Workbench 3.0 disks as opposed to six. 

The missing disk? Why, the installation disk, of course, containing the hard drive 
tool kit and other essential hard drive utilities. Without this disk, A1200 owners might buy 
their own drives, but fit ihrm they could not. 

Magazines, assuming that the A 1200 would be supplied with the same 
Workbench set as included with the A41NKJ, wrongly reassured their readers that they 
would be able to buy a drive and cable then fit it at home, thus raising more doomed 
expectations, 

Flies In a cesspit 


Commodore seem set to 
release a CD-based AGA 
machine, but given their 
record on hard drives, 
should we hold our 
breath for the 


AltlDII or A 600 hard drive software. There were soon 
as many hard drive solutions as there were dealer, 
and the poor punter, to judge from letters we received 
during the worst period, simply didn't know what wa> 
goin g tin , 

Commodore's answer was to dose down their technical 
support division, admit in secret that they hadn't the facilities 
to put together their own A1200HD, and throw the hot potato 
to trade d i st ributur ZC L 

The deal struck between 2CL and Wang at last made the 
A12G0HD a reality, but by this time a huge number of 
floppy-only machines had been sold and their owners were no 
better off. 

As no moves have been made to provide an official upgrade path 
for existing owners wishing Co fil hard drives, and as Commodore con- 
tinue to ignore the calls from mail order dealers to at least release the offi- 
cial formatting software, users who hoy an A 1 200 with the aim of upgrading it at a later 
date will find themselves as frustrated as those early owners. 

Older PCMCIA 

What about PCMCIA? Many have painted to the slot as a potential interface 
for everything from fax modems to electric toothbrushes, but most have neglected to 
mention that the slot fitted to the A 1200 es an older revision of the standard than that cur» 
rently being worked on by the PCMCIA market as a whole. 

In other words, the vast majority of manufacturers developing an the 
standard are in all probability developing devices which will not work on the older A 12011 
PCMCIA slots. 


Bewildered (and rather annoyed) customers tried everything from the A600HD install 
disk to a variety of shareware utilities, and confusion multiplied like flies in a cesspit. 
Commodore, fiddling merrily as the blaze developed around them, played dumb, and 
restricted themselves to a few statements about the naughtiness of copying dish* dis- 
tributed with other Amigas, 

Why the decision wain taken to omit that vital sixth disk from the A 1 200 Workbench 3.0 
set will probably remain a mystery. Commodore were never very good at discussing their 
motives, and ths* MU at the time of the A 1200 launch, Kelly Sumner, has since left the 
company. 

What is clear, however, is that the decision left a gaping hole in the market ripe fur both 
exploitation and the Confusion we rapidly saw developing. 

Smaller dealers., especially those in the mail order industry, look the opportunity 
to buy in cheap IDE drives- and fit them themselves, but again they ran into the 
brick wall of Commodore's reluctance to give permission for dealers to .supply 


^1 Commodore, in their wisdom, are unwilling to make a shout about this discrepancy 
between marketing claim and fact, 0 ?i 7 iputiing is not. 

The complete lack of PCMCIA expansion options, the late arrival of the official 
AIZOOHU, the missing sixth disk, and the company's refusal to allow third parties to use 
Commodore software when selling their own hard drive kits adds up to a monumental 
mess in which only the end user has lost out. 

With I he demiitf? of CDTV, the Amiga 600s death by AGA,, and the rumours concern- 
ing CD-based Amigas, AAA chipsets, and so on, the la*t thing we need at the moment is 
for a lack of development to stifle die A 1200 market. 

The machine makes for easily the best value- for ‘money micro ever 
released, a fact which alone will keep sales healthy all this vear r but if users 
begin to suspect that Commodore are unable to support their product or 
are intent on replacing it within the year, confidence in the 32-hit revolution may 
begin to slip. 


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■ CO VERDISK 



B efore the first or AC's three-part 
R&Fjr tutorials,, it's worth 
spending a little time exploring 
the interface and installation of the soft- 
ware. Hard disk users will be happy to 
know that installing the program is sim- 
ply a matter of dragging the B&PJr drawer 
onto the hard disk partition. 

Assuming hard disk users have dune 
what they must, the inevitable double 
dick on the B&PJi scon will reveal the 
three basic elements of the interface, 
namely the track window, transport 
control and window selection icons, On 
certain systems loading may take a 
while but he patient - ifs well worth the 
wail! 

Icon start 

Exploring the icons is probably the best 
place to start - so simply move through 
the various icons clicking and closing 
them in turn After a couple clicks you 11 
notice that some of the advanced options 
have been removed. 

Obviously it wouldn't be gL>od business 
on the part of Blue Ribbon to hand over 
the entire package, and it's here where 
AC's amazing upgrade offer begins to 
show its worth, 

Although a fair selection of windows 
are inactive, E&PJr still offers incredible 
power and a real taste of the potential 
within b&FPro2- Well cover the various 
options as and when required but for now 


Amigo Computing 
brings you 


most powerful 
musical giveaway 
in magazine 
history - on 
eight-track 
sequencer with 



Midi and internal 


sound support, 
and full save 



well turn our attentions to transport con- 
trol. 

As you may have already noticed the 

j d r 

transport controls - tike the kirger track 
window - can he closed down and 
returned to their jams just like all the pro- 
gram's windows. 

However, assuming transport control is 
still active you'll see a selection of 
tape deck controls, the present tempo set- 
ting,, a song position counter plus an 


assortment of tlag icons and special 
features. 

In subsequent support columns we'll 
look at all the advanced features but for 
now we'l! stick to the basics. Although the 
sequencer is empty we can still experi- 
ment with the controls. Click on the play 
button and you should see the song posi- 
tion marker begin to move within the 
track window. 

To stop playback, simply click on the 


blue square or alternatively click on the 
square and mangle combination button to 
jump the sequencer hack to the beginning 
without terminating playback. 

If you choose the stop option you C-in 
still move back and forth through 
the sequencer with the fast- forward 
and rewind arrows. To adjust the tempo 
simply click above or below each 
figure using multiple clicks or a 
sustained hold and the tempo should 


Focus on the edit 


Well look at edrting in detail over Ihe coming issues but for now tiara's a brie! 
tasle of Ihe power on otter Assuming some changes are required to the perfor- 
mance, double-click on the sequence window to w$a! the track in close-up. 
Now dick on the various icons listed betow depending on you requirements: 



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poiitina nf the note according lu 

the selected note length 



ttrog J toe - moke multiple pefacrlans, 
LrieiJ Jpr « umA/riutfor]' w/th the move, 
copy pad erase option* 



llep time - mid new nates 
aei&rdiag to pre-set note length 
fund vofurnr ft UStd 

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ftrjrii requester OMHt be enthe. 
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Recording a classic 


*vu J eei comfortable with ihe necessary &et-up procedure 
(ifter Midi or internal sounds, it is time to attempt some 
mx? a - Move to the song pull-down and select New. Now tol- 
m 1h& s*7’-up procedure depending on you prelerence lor Intor- 
M cp sounds. 

■ " c case of the internal sounds this wilt require the 

fcr j ; no !ool it the end of ssch track and a Spare keys icon 
w f* begming, bul unlike the demo you'll have to specify the 
p : jrseti hy double clicking on the AmigoPhone icon and 
*ne sample by selecting New. 

TV- * presenl a requester which you can use lo toad a sam- 
pv t-~ the selection available wilhin the instrument drawer on 
•tCottrCksk 

* “ing set-up is complete, the next move is to make sure 
~ i tronome is on-line and has at least a one-bar lead-in prior 

te *sc irjanq Next click on Ihe grey box just betore the sequence 
■ p ; n displays a red R. 

* a; - make sure the track is selected - a small red arrow 



should appear just after Ihe track name. Now move to the trans- 
port control and dick on the record button. The sequencer is now 
sat lo record and if you click on the play button recording will 
begin. 

All that remains Is to hit the button, play your masterpiece and 
press stop. When recording Is complete Ihe sequencer automati- 
cally de- selects the record button in the transport control 
as a safeguard - this must be active in addition to ihe record or 
merge options on the large I track before you can record 
anything. 

If you want to ra-record the sequence, simply rewind Ihe 
sequencer, re-seleci the record option in the transport and press 
p:ay - this will automatically overwrite the original. 

II however you wish lo combine Ihe old with the new, toggle 
the record, merge, and play button on Ihe target track unlit it 
shows a red M, activate the record button wilbin ihe transport 
and press play. Any new notes will then be combined with 
the old. 


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reflect any tempo 
changes you make. 

A particularly use- 
ful addition just below 
the tempo control 
allows instant half and 
three-quarter speed 
playback and imwding. 
Kalher than having to 
adjust the tempo to play 
a tricky section cor- 
recti y, clicking on either 
option to temporarily 
slow the sequencer 
when necessary- 

Moving on to the 
track window we finally arrive at the 
he^rt of the sequencer offering eight tracks 


I cfcj. ‘ . - desired. Obviously with no 

mam | r memory tempo changes are pretty 

irer if you make a quick trip to 
N m fx5 * v pu | l-down menu and select 
tbt Mftnwnome option, a requester 
i wM For the moment simply click 

mm fh* LfiUtnai button, set the lead-in to 
•mam. then dose the requester If you 
m** ti • ? ■ Pby bul ton and continue edit- 

r 

^ tempo a short clicking sound will 


comp let f with the pipes that give the 
sequencer lb name- 

Although rather unassum ing, the 
plumbing either side of the sequence win- 
dow' sandwich is absolutely essential to 
the program allowing the addition of vari- 
ous tools which can perform everything 
from simple 1/0 operations In special 
effects, 

In order to get any sound from the 
sequencer the first task is to place suitable 


tools at* both the beginning of 
the input pipe and the end of the output. 
By default B&PJr loads up with Midi-in 
and out tools already in place - very 
handy. 

For those with a su Habit? Midi interface 
and a Midi compatible sound source all 
that remains is to click on the small 
grey box just after ihe track name - 
a red arrow will appear inside the 
box and the sequence window will 
become active. 

Sound checks 

Now move to the output on the output 
pipe and select one of the 16 available 
Midi channels by clicking on the channel 
icon - a pop-up requester will appear 
allowing you to make the appropriate 
channel selection. 

[f you select a voice for the appropriate 
channel on your synth or module 
you should be able to play some notes 
and hear the results - assuming you 
have some form of amplification of 
course. 

If after the aforementioned procedure 
there's still no sound, cheek the leads 
between the Amiga and your instrument - 


remember you need both Midi-in and out 
connections, Although BfiiPJr is primarily 
a Midi sequencer., it still allows access to 
the internal lalents of the Amiga with 
notes mput via mouse or keyboard. 

Before the guided tour to internal 
sound set-up, it’s essential that readers 
running a 1Mb system should read the 
instructions detailed in the box label Led 
Attention 1Mb owners. 

By far the easiest way to ieam is to load 
the demo,song supplied on theCoverDisk. 
l o access the aforementioned demo r move 
to the song pull-down and select toad - a 
prompt will ask whether to save before 
dosing - click on the NO. 

A new requester will then pop-up 
showing the available volumes. Select the 
CoverDisk and list the contents of the Bars 
&■ Pipes- Jr drawer at which point select 
and load the Demo fik?- 

Ortce safely installed you'll see the 
basic set-up requited for playback and 
recording. However before a close 
inspection, hit ihe play button and 
give it a listen. When you've become thor- 
oughly bored^ click on the stop button 
and well look at what makes the pro- 

> 

Atention 
1Mb owners 

Prior to loading the B&PJr demo song 
on a tMb system fti# following proce- 
dure must be carried out: 

1. Typo ENDCLI into the CLI window 
and tilt Return 

2. Load BSiPJc and select the memory 
savers option Irom the preferences 
pull-down menu, Select each 
option with the exception ol Use 
Gray Scale - a small check mark 
should appear alongside each 
item. 

3. Once toe Ctose Workbench option 
is applied certain systems may 
requite a re-boot in order to return 
to the normal CoverDisk environ- 
ment, 



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dot in the top left-hand comer and toe program will 
automatically store any changes and return to the 
i rack window ready to record the next track in your 
potential masterpiece. 



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dll lhat J s required fro him Midi nota- 
tion into internal sound is an AmigoHume 
tool placed at the end of the appropriate 


Amiga Diary 

Author: Andrew K Pearson 

Amiga Diary is one of those desktop utilities so often found in the public domain and 
so often Sett out of Ihe average owner’s PO collection because most ol us don't 
realise pust how useful They can be. 

Rather than offer an alarm Function tor events which occur during a single day, 
Amiga Diary is designed to keep track of evenis and appointments over the course ol 
a Few weeks, months, or even years. 

It features a page flicking syslem to simulate a real paper diary and has a quick 
"look-up" function for jumping to any day required. 

Each day can have as many pages as required For its diary entries, which means 
Ihat: the user need never type an entry in short form as is so often the case with diary 
programs. II ihts isn't enough for all information, Ihe scribble function will enable the 
potting down of notes. 

Mosl programs of this type allow just a single line of text for each entry with Rttto or 
(usually) no explanatory information to remind the user about the appointment or 
event. 

Amiga Diary will succeed where others fail simply because it criers much the 
same ease of use as a normal diary without forcing the user to stick to cryptic little 
noles. 


Expload file 


Last month's disk was meant 
include the file Expload in Sis C 
directory, but due to an attack : 
intense moronic dullardness o 
the pari qf the person responsib 
for Ibis simple task, It did nc 
appear. Sorry f 

Users of Maxiplan wishing lo Fc 
low Iasi monlh’s AC AS column fix 
can now proceed by substitutes 
AC62 where AC61 was in the eric 


Faulty disk? 


If you subscribe to Amiga Coirrptffi r 
your disk has been damaged in th?. r.-_ ■- 


trick. 

Like mo^t tools the Amigo Phone 
icon can be opened with a double click 
revealing the set-up for that particular 
tool. For the moment leave the various 
parameter?, as they are and close the 
requester. 

Obviously the AffllgoPhone tool only 
supplies the sample and its parameters - 
the question is how to get the note 
iritformahon into the sequencer. The 
answer e£ the Spa re- keys tool which 
can be found in the front box or more 
wily as the input tool on track B in the 
demo. If you select that track by clicking 


cm the button directly after the track 

p 

name, a small red arrow will appear. Now 
double click on the Spare-Leys tool and a 
miniature keyboard will pop up. 
If you click on the keys the sample 
assigned fro that particular track will 
sound. 

Although useful on occasion, it's the 
Amiga keyboard option offered by the 
Sparc-key tod that really makes internal 
sounds a viable option. Assuming the 
Spare-key requester Is still active, try tap- 
ping In a few notes on the bottom two 


Quoter 

Author: Ben Merrifield 

Quoler ns an amusing program of Ihe Fortune cookie type* which, every time if is run, 
provides a quote for the day. This can be either a general truism, such as Sod's Law, 
Or a quote laken tram a famous personality, such as Winslon Churchill or G rancho 
Manx. 

Mosr titillating of all are ihose which have been added down the years by wits in 
offices and workplaces around the world, my own favourite being; "When the plane 
you are on is Late, ihe plane you are transfenring to is on time." (anon). 

The CoverDisk contains not only the Guoier program, but also a stable file of 
ready-made quoles which can, be added lo using a standard text editor or a wordpro- 
cessor. This file, called Quoles Dal, can be found in Ihe CovarDisk^s S: direclory, and 
(or the program to work on another disk must be transferred across. 

In other words, il you have a hard drive called Workbench:, you would bool from the 
hard drive, insert Ihe CaverDisk, and drag the Quoter drawer across, ihen open a 
Shell and type; 

CflPT KAfrSjftyJQTEt-IHlT TO U 

Users of Sloppy drives can do the same to pul Quoter on another disk, with the qne dif- 
ference that they might have to delete a lew files lirsl 
Quoter also requires She HfeoftbaskJ.library, which can be found in the CoverDisk 
Libs drawer. To copy this lo your regular syslem disk, type She command: 

CCPT ACU S ILtlS JtFTBA SI C - L1BH W? Tfl LtKi 


The program should now function perfeclty . 

Readers who have access lo- a book of quotations qr who find their favourite isn't in 
Ihe data file can add iheir own and have the Quoter run on every boot-up. To do this, 
edit your startup-sequerire and add the line: 

RJH mi: <IUL: HttlUUflTEt 

where [DlR] is the name of Ihe directory into which you have copied Ihe program. It 
realty can brighten up & bool-up. 


please return il lo: 


rows on the Amiga keyboard. You should 
hear the sample play and see the nofres 
light up on Spare-key requester - fro move 
through the available octaves simply click 
and drag the octave bar beneath the 
miniature keyboard. 

To try a different track simply click on 
the original Spare keys icon and drag tfr to 
the track of your choice. Click on live input 
button - Ihe rtd arrow will move lo new 
track. Now doubleclick on the Spare keys 
tool to open the requester You should 
now be able to play notes as before. 


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If you bought your magazine from a sho. 
and found that Ihe CoverDisk was dan- 
aged, please return it within two monlh< 
to: 

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Print Manager vl.1 

Author: Nicola Salmoria 

Pnnl spoolers are utilities which the non-piinler owning public wilt take one look al and 
ignore. The rest of us. however, will recognise them as one of Ihe most uselul and 
time-saving utilities ever devised. 

When a program prints to any primer, be it a slow qr fairly fast model, the output is 
passed to Ihe print butter which, if available, is normally a few kilobytes of RAM - 
hardly enough tor a page □! led. 

When a DTP layout is printed. Ihe resulting reduction in soeed while the program 
waits for the primer lo compleie the page can be excruciating 

The result is a loss of productively and. il using e very slow 1 printer, sanity. 
PrintManagef is a priceless utility for Kickstart 2.0 and above which intercepts alt print 
jobs sent to Ihe printer ports, no matter which program originates them, and spools 
them lo a wailing queue ol print jobs. 

Depending on the user's preferences, the direclory to which the print jobs are 
spooled can be either a floppy, a hard drive, or she RAM disk. A tool type lound on the 
PrinfManager icon can be altered to suil any system, so It trie user has a hard drive 
but not much memory, spooling lo disk is the obvious and easy choice, 

A graphical interface controls all organisation qf jobs, enabling the pausing and 
rearranging of Ihe queue, and as PrintManager runs like a Cqmmodily, it can be hid- 
den and controlled using Exchange. 


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The Amiga Computing CoverDisk is 
designed to be as simple to use as 
possible. Follow these instructioi 
>nd you'll be up and running 


COVERDISK ■ 

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readers may have difficulties 
g our CoverDisk, so we have 
■ded this page to help you out. 
Below we explain how to copy 
- from one disk to another, how 
:opy the entire Cover Disk and 
to de-archive programs, none 


of the first things you must do 
when get your CoverDlik is make a 
backup copy, then put the original 
CoverDisk away for safe keeping* 
As a rule you should also do this 
with the majority of your software 
collections 


How to make a bad 


ck 


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vlng 


% copy the entire CoverDisk, load up your Workbench 
i ■ then either dick once on the CoverDisk icon and 
t tect Duplicate, or select Copy from the Workbench 
* ppm*, ot open CU/ Shell and type: 

DlSKi&Pt CFO: TD TFOi 

When prompted, put your CoverDisk (the source disk) in 
dNk and be ready to replace it with your blank disk {the 
> 4 - nation disk), Follow the Amiga 1 ! on-screen prompts 
-" p i| the disk copy is completed, Ndw put the original 
jw ay in a safe place and use your backup. 





Copying individual files 


■ j might at some point wanL lo copy a single program 
fr • a CoverDisk lo your compilation,. Workbench disk or 
even your hard drive. 

To do this you'll need: the COPY command. As most 
CoverDisk programs are stashed away in their own dinec- 
■ . r 'H. the quickest way to copy a program is to copy the 
article directory at once. Use the command: 

td PI (tfireet&rfrt TD tmdisk] ALL 

where \ directory) is the full pathname of the directory 
- *.j wish to copy, and (newdisk) is the name of the disk 
i ' ^ directory into which it will be copied. 

For example, if you wanted to copy a utility called 
FRED from CoverDisk 27's Utilities drawer to a directory 
: ji^ed FRED on your Workbench disk, you'd type;. 

T CD¥£UtSK2T:UtILIT]ES^HEe TO VGRKBEICHl . Vf *s& HI 



So if you have copied a program from the CoverDisk 
to your Work disk or hard drive make sure you also copy 
any other files the program requires, ie fonts, libraries, 
device drivers and Ccommands. 


Occasionally we have so many programs to lit onto Che 
CoverDisk that we have to archive them. Archiving is 
where we take the entire contents of a disk and com- 
press them into one file which is much smaller, giving 
us space to lit more programs onto ihe disk. 

Dearchiving programs which are gn the CoverDisk 
is a very simple task. If a program has been archived 
then you will need a blank disk to dearchive it onto. 

Say we have archived a program called FRED. You 
simply double dick on FftED's icon, and will be asked if 
you have a blank disk ready 1 to dearchive to. Type ,J y w 
or M n" accordingly. 

Your computer wiFI then copy the archived File into 
its memory and ask you to insert your blank disk. It will 
proceed to Format the disk, and will then de^enu nch 
the archived file onto your blank disk. 

Once this has been done you can simpfy reboot 
your machine with the disk which contains the 
dearchived program on it and then use the program as 
instructed in the CoverDisk pages. 

Note that if you have a Workbench 2 or upward 
machine you must hoot with the CoverDisk write- 
enabled to perform the dearchiving process. 



Alternatively, you can click once on the FRED directory 
; n and drag it across to the new disk's window. This 
■ ihe advantage of creating a new directory for you 
and copying the icon as well. 

Once you have moved a particular program to where 
iog require it you could expenence some problems run- 
ning the program. This is sometimes caused by the pro- 
grim not being able to find files which it needs to run.. 

A good example is the text files on the CoverDisk, 
have beer crunched using PowerPacker, so when 
you try to copy them to another disk and then try to read 
them you can't unless you have also copied the 
Powerpacker library into your UBS drawer. 


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Workbench 3 

If you have a Workbench 3 machine, don't 
worry - most if not all of the programs on the 
CoverDisk will work on your machines.. 

If the program is specifically designed to 
work with Workbench 3 then you may have to 
copy the program Id your hard drive or 
Workbench disk using the process described 
earlier on this page. 




Amiga Computing July 1993 










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W hile the photographer set up his shots, 
Greg Makangi quipped: "‘You're lucky to 
gel a picture of us, a Scottish newspaper 
v * - oft* red us thousands for a picture of us together 
inr » moouncL-d our engagement* 

‘ shi* fame of Evelyn Glennie, especially in 
hi».‘ where she was recently voted Scotswoman of 
JfeOto > l Mien newspapers start taking an interest in 

* itt* life, you can pretty much say you've 

^ w ■« - N*m In Aberdeen, where she studied timpani 
■* lfr*r age nl 1 2, and in I9&2 she entered the Royal 
*s «3rr ! Music From then on it was literally hop- 
r»r«c fern one award for excellence to the next and onto 
* * m with some of the world's most famous 



5 " ■ ■ played the Hollywood Bowl with the LA 
” m dr£c# and in Japan, Australia, and New 

fcc* - w nobody really does what she does, every- 
frohn dcx-s is a first, You may haw see n her on 
At T‘ ** networks in the UK and USA have all done 

t, rad so all the lime loo, not only performing 
tat *1- -.dking about her extraordinary life and work - 
i-r n impk* she was on Radio 4's Desert bland Discs 
■lit it famous people get to choose the records they'd 
t» j * k-&rt island. 

* gv > n? famous, composers are actually writing 
to' Especially for her, like Dominic Muldowney, John 
Otaft n rrh lohn McLeod, And Richard Rodney Bennett- 
tmm j J -he hasn't worked with them, w r ho are they? 


Evelyn ss a slight, soft spoken woman who laughs readily 
and pays dose attention when other people are speaking, 
and although slightly reticent to talk about herself, is very 
enthusiastic about her work and music in general. 

I asked her how this fame affects her. Does she mind 
being so famous? 

"When I decided to become a musician I hadn’t 
though! about becoming famous, and that’s still the case- 
s’ m just interested in my work and doing the best I car, 
and 1 don’t ivant extra pressures* 

"All my aims are personal ores. If 1 reach them, fine, if 
I don't, that's also fine. If I decide to give up music tomor- 
row 1 don't want the whole world coming down on me. 

“It's good for percussion that there is the recognition, If 
there's any recognition of what l do then I see it going 
tow ard s percussion. A lot has to be done for solo percus- 
sionists, that's my area if you like/' 

Does she want to expand the 
number of styles she performs 
in or does she want to stick 
w p lth the classical style? 

"I’m very interested in spread- 
ing my wings a lot more and 
working with ^11 sorts of musi- 
cians. Still keep the solo per- 
cussion side going, that's my 
main thing, live performances. 
But the compositions and 
things is something 1 want to 
explore End/’ 

As a percussionist, and a par- 
ticularly well travelled one,- 
Evelyn ha& mo re in common 

r 

with so-called world mu$i~ 


cians than a lot of Western musicians who trv and fail to 
meld die many styles from around the world. 

‘When pnple ask me 'what sort of musician are you?' 
in a taxi or something r I'll say percussion and they 11 say 
J oh, which group do you play in?' 

Tm not a classical musician. l r m not a jazz musician, 
I'm just a musician, I'm interested in all styles of music."’ 

People, especially people who work for newspapers, 
love to categorise, and Evelyn defies categorisation. 
Writers tend to latch on to the fact that despite being in an 
almost exclusively hearing profession, Evelyn is in fact 
profoundly deaf. Does this annoy her? 

' Nowadays it does, especially in this country. I get a 
wee bit frustrated now if its constantly brought up, I usu- 
ally make a point to newspaper joumatists who are basi- 
cally talking about vour life. Ill mention it but that r s not 
going to be the focus, 

"No matter what you do they'll write what they want. 
But abroad quite often the reviews for concerto will not 
mention anything and quite often reviewers will not 
know r and that's good forme." 

In fact a! some concerts overseas nobody present, not 
the audience, Lite orchestra or ihc press,, will know 1 about 
Evelyn's deafness. This is the way they like it r as the risk Is 
that someone will say the music is good J, ’fo:r someone 
who's deaf" rather than fust the music is good. 

Evelyn does, however, have the career of someone 
twice her age, and her credits are stunning by any yard- 
stick. But as [ said she puls all this back mto music, teach- 
ing young people about music, and demonstrating 
through example that musicians are hard working people 
and you don't just turn up on the night in a flowery 
dress. 

EYactlce loom. £ large in the life of any musician, more so 
m the life of a top musician, and Evelyn is no exception. 
The next even mg she was due to do a performance and 
was practising hard when we arrived, and doubtless 


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Amiga Computing July 1991 


31 








■ PROFILE 





iriig a computer language. 

"If you've already J earned Ariel's, then Basic or 
Database Management Language is that much easier to get 
into. And the more languages you kam the easier the next 
one is to learn, the more points of reference you have 1 * 

One of the reasons l was talking to Evelyn was that she 
and Greg have recently completed their studio, which is 
entirely run (business and Midi) using Amigas. 

The A 4000 nestling in the studio among the racks and 
digital recorders runs everything vte Ba™ k Pipes Pm 2. 
Although the studio was made so they could record and 
rehearse r Evelyn composes using something far more 
sophisticated - the human brain. 

"A lot of it is Just done in my mind. Nearly all the pieces 
I've written are stored in my head. I haven't really got 
around lo writing them down, which I really have to do 
now. 

"Sometime* 1 compose at the keyboard, but very rarely 
do 1 compose at the marimba or something take that. I'm 
really keen to explore TV music, documentary and film 
music because l love to write jus!: little snippets of tnu*ic. 
Fm basically a composer with a tiny 'cV 

She holds her forefinger and thumb about two millime- 
tres apart Despite this opinion of her contpositig skill, 
she's hoping her new Amiga-based studio will help her to 
explore the world of music for TV and films at her own 
pace. 

'And if in the future I consider cutting back on the per- 
formances I can at way* work from here. I think 1 men- 
tioned this to Greg and so we thought we'll get very basic 
stuff, and the idea grew and grew until Greg took over and 
left me way behind with the equipment. 

So now they have a studio in 
which they can record everything 
from classical CDs to hard grungy 
rock. You think they wouldn't like 
that? Greg is anxious to work with 
all kinds of player*, as long as 
l hey "re into quality rather than 
quantity, 

I asked him if h u thought using 
Midi tripped up the musical pro- 
cess by placing too many options 
at a musician s disposal, 

"I think you've hit the nail on the head. I thmfc Midi is 
designed toasd those people who aren't musicians. Midi is 
actually very difficult to work with if you're a musician. 
We had problems.. 

"The quantise was off, no metronome or anything and 
Evelyn just played, and of course when we came lo edit 
something it was impossible because the music notation 


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was all over the place. With standard classical music 
tion it would be relatively easy, but with Midi it 
everything very literally." 

With regular music it's all very loose, as far as the 
of the world is concerned, but very tight within itself- 
And as Greg pointed Out, it's the little imperfec 
that make classical music a performance rather than 
squeaky clean record. 

Tm currently talking to the people at Blue Rib 

Then rnn rortirri Sc>undwi>rks abou( t3ars & Pi 

1 JlC j IUm r cLMf W because it's very much geared Iowa 

I he Midi musician, and I think He 
one of the few people that are wo 
with sequencers on the Amiga Ehal 
musicians. 

J, 5o wtj'rf trying to work out w 
of keeping the classical notati 
straightforward while allowing t 
freedom underneath it. I think the 
forward is for the notation to be qu 
liscd without the musk itself being quantised, I havi- 
say Blue Ribte m are very helpful. 

J, 3Fs getting there, but time signatures are still a p 
lem. That piece l played to you earlier was in 10/S and 
the machine that's broken down info I, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3* 1, 2. 

2. Getting a definable metronome is something B 
Ribbon are working on," 

As far as Greg is concerned, on the Amiga bar* & Pi 

is the best sequenc 
available, and he's tri 
them all. He was alway 
an Amiga fan, and h 
wanted lo do it all us 
the Amiga if he could. 

He demons tra ted W h 
using the A4GQ0. Whi 
running a sequent 
through the Midi Sfrc 
he brought Superba*^ 
Pro 4 lo the front and 
did a sort on the hun- 
dreds of sounds in Urn 
Proteus modules. 

The music didn't stop, 
and so multitasking 
increases the productivity of the studio wilhouf causing 
ail the hang-ups you'd get with the Mac or PC, which 
would slop ibe music while you worked on the database 
of sounds or Evelyn's blistering performance schedule. 

If the phone gtws while he's laying a track down to the 
digital recorder, Greg can print out a list of tour dales and 
do it all there and then without holding up the session. 


would be when we left. She is learning new instruments ail 
the time, some old and (Traditional, some new like the MIDI 
PrumKat In the studio, in fact she doesn’t know how 
many instruments she can play these days - she's lost 
count 

"A lot of them are related. I play all the main instru- 
ments, all the tuned percussion, timpani, various drums, a 
lot of hand percussion, bud ran, lots of things. 

"1 constantly collect instruments, and if a piece requires 
an instrument I've never come across before. Ml try and 
find out about the instrument, and fi nd a specialist on that 
Instrument and loam from them." 

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l " u e:r upcoming TV 
- & Pipes is the 
* >r the job, as the 
.i-f and the DMR8 
i fviil recorder can be 
Eo the video 
■ everything run- 
in perfect sync 
SMFTE dmecode. 

Ribbon have been 
Greg updates for 
they encounter 
i regular basis, all of 

will be included m the new release. 

T ' • -ludio serves many more purposes than simply 
fcnrdmg I velyn, or providing her with a place to rehearse. 
•irv many difficulties with working in recording stu- 
"e key difficulty which affects the quality of the final 
cs time. 

So m setting up their own facility they ensure that time 
* j xnry they can afford, which comes out in Evelyn's 
qparUmg recordings. Greg is a Iso fairly critical about the 
■•rdv -d- used to record the music. 

*A1 mi if you start playing instruments that are outside 
t r t ngmeer's field of experience,,, any thing really apart 
Am puino, violin, guitar or drum kit." 

Pa -;-v while every one laughs their socks off, 

ii not really having a go at sound engineers, because 
. e to get the best sound they can in the time. 1 " 

^ ■ .i^ ever the commercial aspects of music as a business 
lo; n to obscure the ad of creating a piece of art. They have 
•sv’ugh hme to gel everything perfect. 


n't stop, 
tasking 
causing 
, which 
I diabase 
hde. 
n to the 
itw and 
iesion. 


All the equipment in the studio is paid for, and 
Evelyn's career as a performing musician ensures that 
they can keep the place running even if they don't get 
anyone through the door to record there, 

ft dues mean that they can choose their customers and 
allocate quite a lot of time to them while they're there. 
One thing Greg is keen to do is make sure he keeps a wide 
spectrum of work, *io he’ll be cutting a CD for one of 
Europe's top brass ensembles, but also a demo CD for a 
local rock band. 

"What it means is that l can really be certain of the qual- 
ity, If l get someone 
coming in who hasn't 
got a great deal of 
money, but has got a lot 
of enthusiasm and what 
I think are some greaE 
ideas, I can say 'Look., 
well do if for what you 
can afford' if it takes a 
week, if it takes two 
weeks. You pay me for 
the finished producL 
"It does mean Im los- 
ing money compared to 
a conventional studio, 
because there'll be a lot 
more down time, but as 
1 said before that's not a 
real concern. 

J 'lf for example you've 
got a reader who's come 
up with some partial - 
tarty good ideas on Bars 
& Pipes, and yet they 
haven't got the couple 
of thousand pounds a week that a studio like this would 
expect to charge, that niLght not necessarily be a problem. 

There are limits - I can't spend four weeks on some- 
thing for £200, but having said that I’d he reasonably 
flexible." 

Publicity isn't a problem due to who Evelyn is, But on 
the other side of the coin, it means that any work leaving 
the studio has to be of very high quality, fro match her rep- 
utation as a quality performer. 

If she had to name one event which would be her 
greatest achievement, what would it be ? 

"If 1 had to name one event it would: be the carnival in 
Rio de Janiero, Brazil. ,r 

Evelyn is one of the few Europeans who's ever been 
allowed to compete, and even then she had to wear the 
male costume and wear dark make-up to make her look 
I ike a Brazilian. 

“Generally though I'm happy to be the first full time 
solo percussionist, which means there will be others now 


' • 


PROFI LEH 


Studio spec 


Although (he studio is 1 6- track digital, the 64 virtual Midi 
tracks bring this up to about 80 tracks in total 


Live area 1 5ft by 1511 
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Extensive collection gl percussion instruments 
(no kidding) 


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Van i age 

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following I sometimes Stm’k Around at mosJrianf who are 
at the very top of their tree, if you like, who've been in the 
profession for many yearn. 

"I don't want to he there at that point (or the next 1ft or 
2ft years. I think about that a lot and I don't want to he 
touring around, play erg in different venues, playing,., not 
the same repertoire but it will get like that- I feel I've got 
to create different avenues Id keep me fresh. 

"If you asked me for example ten years ago, how do 
you see your future" 1 ^ 1 would never ever have mentioned 
a recording studio. So who knows what may happen ^ 

Finally, if people are unfamiliar with her music, which 
CDs should people look out for to introduce themselves? 

"I think probably Rhythm Song, as it has a lot of the 
well known pieces, but it's also got a couple that are quite 
atmospheric. It would give you a gentle introduction to 
my work/' 

Her current noisier and more dangerous album 
Rebounds is out now on RC A /BMC records, which Greg 
says js his mother's least favourite for precisely the rea- 
sons he tikes it! 



Contact 


H you d like to record at Heritage Studios - obvi- 
ously having your music on Bars A Pipes would 
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on 0480 891772. 


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voltage to the main unit. An infra-red 
remote control unit gives the complete 
pat kage an air of quality, and the compre- 
hensive instruction manual more than 
adequately explains its use. 

In addition to the very well produced 
documentation comes a tatty photocopied 
insert describing how one might connect 
PD* to an Amiga system. This I am sure 
was a well intent ioned afterthought, no 
doubt equally prepared for other com- 
puter systems which it might serve as 
well 


Inputs 


To Ihe front there a^e no external controls. All system or pfogramnw chances are accom- 
plished by means of the remote controller An LED numerical read-out oilers intimation 
on channel selection end Suning, while seven other assorted LEDs provide details on inputs 
endtor frequency reception.<UHf\ VHF-HI or VHF-LOW). 

The rear of Ihe unit is realty the business end, bristling with a collection of 12 phono 
inputs, one PF input, one five-pin DIN input one three -position slider switch and a minia- 
ture jack socket. 

To eliminate the obvious, the DIN socket is power- in. the miniature jack socket is head- 
phones. and the three -position slider is a volume adju&tmenl level with three SKesels. 

RF In is the TV aerial input. This 'eaves the 12 phono sockets, and it is the permutations 
of these sockets which offer the versatility. 

Three ot them are output, one video and the other two left and right audio. The remain- 
ing nine phono sockets are inputs divided into- Itiree separate channels, each one being 
video and two stereo sound channels. 


Gathering up all of the video gear 1 
could muster, E began bunging all manner 
of aborted signals into the various inputs. 
I used a camcorder, a VHS VCR. A 
laserdisc player, an old hetamax recorder 
and an Amiga. All functioned perfect Ly^ 

What was 1 able to do? I was able to 
manipulate the various video sources, 
either by selecting which source occupied 
the m niri screen, and which the picture in 
picture, or vice versa. The audio input was 
also selectable between the main screen 
and a subsidiary mput. An additional fea- 
ture wa* the option tn locate the picture* 
in-picture image at any one of four corner 
locations on the screen. 

Ea nothing else, this unit converts a 


Eliminate those arguments over 
whether it’ll be The Match or 
Kick Off forever, with an 
Amiga-dedicated picture-in- 
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H AR D WARE 


4rn monitor into a remote con- 
r television, and makes a very 
i *w itching bus:, allowing choke 
nrted video signals- Et al*u 
v s * onvert L in old TV into L i remote 
bit set. The innovation is in the 
■ ■ add 6 computer image inset into 
r tore and vice versa, and ]t is this 
which I think offers really exciting 
ties. 

is of course the obvious, m th L it 
j* enjoy playing a game, or typing a 
HlIie*- keeping an eye on L i television 
me, This could just be a precau- 
to ensure you catch the beginning of 
rueifll episode, or when preparing to 
.] particular programme, 
iemeinber* with PEP you can listen to 
TV audio output from your monitor, 
using DPaint, for instance. It may 
rv that you just WLsh to sec a particu- 
tem on a programme., and that rough 
hiring will avoid you listening or 
g to the unwanted information. 
l T *ing the unit conversely, you may 
ht waiting for your Amiga to com- 
j computation, complete a ray-trac- 
er update a spreadsheet, in which 
the press of a button will reverse the 
;e allowing you to watch ii TV or 
source, with the Amiga Inset as a 
ew. You can then successfully moni- 
r “ i progress of the Amiga, 

INFRA-RED 

These may well be sufficient reasons In 
Ives to warrant you buying the 
fW but to me, what ls far more interest- 
■f is the possibilities this facilily offers 
jr broader applications, 

N 't long ago I was reviewing the 
Wit tisoffc I/O port which affords control 
fcdfcws to the Amiga's pa mill- 1 ■md j«. 
ports. I still hadn't returned the 
r so, out il came, and after an hour of 
fiddling w ith electronic components and 
w ! J security camera, i had rigged up a 
•pnnvvlor to the infra-red sensor on thy 
akirm outside my house. 

Now r ,i> the sensor (one of those fitted 
Mm- .i twin lamp) Ls triggered, the I/O 
p r detects it, and switches on the old 
iiniritv camera. 

This in turn is connected to the I/O 
port, via the mains controller unit, and on 
!< the HP View. All of this system is 
■ r Heath Robinson, bid as lam work- 
m On my Amiga, my 12-year-old son 






How to set it all up 


lu this schematic, I h&vq presented a permutation ol 
a multi-med^a sesup, which uses the PIP View exten- 
sively. VCRI and VCR 2 both feed inlo tee PIP View 
with Audio. VCR2 has She video feed going into the 
g&nlock, whereas tee video out from VCRi goes 
into the PIP View. 

Combsned Amiga and VCR2 image exits from the 
genlock and is fed into the PIFView. The external 
aerial teed come$ in as RF and goes into the 
PIP View, Left and Right audio and video oui from 
the PIP View are fed directly into the Commodore 
monitor, which i£ Switched to CVBS. 

We now can offset the following options: 

1 View the Amiga graphics overlaid on; VCR2 video, 

2 or as above: VCR2 with PIP Video 1 

3 eras above: VGR2 with TV (selected channel). 

4 or as above VCR2 with VCRI PSP 

5 or as above: VCR2 with option of VCRI or TV. 

6 ores above TV with PIP Amiga graphics 

7 or as above: TV with PIP Amiga graphics overlaid on 
S or: TV with PIP VCRI 

9 or TV with PIP VCR2 
10 or: VCRI with PIP VCR2 
11 or: VCR I wilh PIP Amiga 



VCR2 12 or VCRI with PIP Amiga graphics overlaid on VCR2 

Numerous other permutations exist. VCRi could be replaced 
by a video camera offering security surveillance, or a satellite 
receiver could replace VCR1 ( ottering a whole new variety oi 
□pi ions. The possibilities are legion, and the versatility amazing. 


/ Turn your 
™ monitor into a 
remote controlled 
TV in minutes 


9 


approaches tire back door of my house- 
The infra-red sensor ss tripped. 

Voltage change is detected by the I/O 
port, which switches on the camera and 
the FIP, and there is mv son unknow- 

m 

ingty demonstrating one of the cheapest 
and effective security systems I have 
seen, 

Remember, I his device could equally 
work with your Amiga running through 
your TV. In effect you could have a con- 
tinuous security monitoring facility as 
you watch your TV in the evening. 

This would be a particularly useful 
device for anyone living in a remote area, 
or a person living on their own. 
Alternatively, a mall business could 


ulilise three cameras, and continued]}- 
move around them checking different 
locations, using the PEPView. 

L'smg the SLime basic principle, a cam- 
era could be pointed at a baby's cot r and 
sound and vision monitored during the 
course of an evening, displaying the 
sleeping (or otherwise h Little dear simply 
by calling up a picture in picture image 
on any screen, 

Aside from security applications, the 
nrview h*H much greater potential as a 
device to enhance the nature of presenta- 
tion material. Demonstration videos 
could easily be made, which utilise (he 
inset images to illustrate visually the 
nature of the menage or procedure being 
exhibited. 

An sample might Lie the kind of 
video often seen in big electrical Stores, 
which advertise a new kind of electrical, 
appliance. 

The main screen could be showing a 
broad overview of the equipment in use,, 
while the FtFView could zoom very dose 
in on particular features which the manu- 
facturers wish to highlight, 

Anyone who uses and Amiga to create 


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Power 



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adjuster 


R/F Arial input Audio/video source 2 Audio/video source 3 


videos could include playback animation, 
or zoom detail within the insert, then 
record back to capture the two image*. 

This is a piece of equipment which I 
was initial I \ hesitani about reviewing. 
First thoughts are that it is just another 
techno-gimmick, offering clever effects, 
but not really of any use. 

CIRCUITRY 

On a banal level, it allows you hi use 
your Amiga and monitor two other TV 
channels simultaneously. It a will even 
allow you to record from air r arid actually 
eliminate the commercial breaks from the 
recording, due to sensing circuitry in the 
unit. 

At this level of performance, it is an 
accessory w r orth considering. However, T 
believe PlpV'tewhas a very rare quality 
among the myriad of paraphernalia con- 
stant Ly appearing on the computer 
some, and a characteristic which i readily 
salute. 

That quality to which 1 refer ss the 
effectiveness of its use. The PIFView can 
be many things to many people - only the 
imagination of the user will eventually 
discover both its capabilities and its 
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i«?CD 9 pin mono 
SWIFT 9 pin colour 
SWIFT E00 £4 pin mono 
SWIFT 200 24 pin colour 
SWIFT £40 24 pin mono 
SWIFT 240 24 pin calour 


£1 R9.9S 
£ 169.95 
£ 194.95 
£ 214.95 
£244 95 
£ 254-95 


LC20 9 pin mono 
Star LC 1 <30 9 pin- colour 
IC200 9 pin colour 
Star LC24-100 £4 pin mono 
IC24-200 £4 pin mono 
LC24-2QQ 24 pin OOlduf 
- 324 ■ 2DD £4 pin colour 
$J48 ink|&t 
L as&rjet 4 laser 
LaserJet 4 postscrip! laser 


£ 119.95 
£ 149.95 
El 69 95 
£ 184.95 
£ 199.95 
£ 239.95 
£,159.95 
£ 194.95 

£949.95 


BJ1 Qex inkjet 

5 J 2 Dex Inkjet inc. s - feeder 

BJ300 inkjet 

BJ33D wide cam ago inkjet 


£219 t 5 
£309.95 
£ 359.95 
£ 439.95 


DeskJet 500 mono inHjeS 
Peskjet 500 colour mk;et 


£324 95 
£ 449.95 


HARD DRIVES 


-i^eclers 


SWIFT manual .-.heal feeder 
SWIFT c3u'0 Sheet leader 


£27 99 
£74 99 


LG20 uulo sheet leader 
LC195 aula sheet feeder 
-C£09 auto sheet feeder 
1X24-100 auto sheet leeder 
LC24-200 auto sheet Seeder 
SJ4B aelo sheet feeder 


£57 99 
£59 99 
£ 59-09 
£62.99 
£ 62,99 
£ 49.99 


BJlOex auto sheet feeder 


£4999 


GENUINE 

RIBBONS 


te»n 120D 


SWIFT »ri«4 


LTiO.LQSG.LClOa 


LC20Q 


L£24 200 


SJ4*1 C^nc^l @J 


MONO 


□ne £ 


3.95 


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4.25 


545 


6 . 4 * 


15 45 


21 *5 


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2*.M 


22.95 


30.95 


36 9 * 


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125 95 


COLOUR 




15 95 


5.45 


11 95 


12 ^ 


2*45 


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92.96 


30.95 


63.96 


67.96 


149.95 


GVP HARD DRIVE 8 for 

52 Mb 

120 Mb 

A 50 O ft AB00 plus 

drive £ 

drive E 

with rig RAM lifted 

32QM 

429.99 

with 2 Mb RAM fitted 

n en nn 
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469.99 

with 4 Mb RAM fitted 

400.99 

5 C 9 -B 9 

with 9 Mb RAM filled 

4 S 9.99 

5 Q 9.99 

GVP A 53 D COMBOh i 


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68630 aceelaralor for 

52 Mb 

120 Mb 

(he A 500 ft plus 

driv# £ 

drive £ 

with 1 Mb HAM fitted 

659 99 

759.00 

with 2 Mb RAM filled 

699-99 

799.99 

witti 4 Mb RAM filled 

799.99 

399.99 

w.n 3 Mb RAM fined 

979.99 

1039.99 

6 BB 52 maths co-pm for A 530 

£ 519.95 

PC 286 emulator lor 6 VP HO 6 

£ 1 90 , 0 ft 

GVP HARD CARD 3 . 5 



combined herd drive 




and RAM board for 
Ihe AlSOOft A 200 O 


vwilh no RAM fiRed 


with 2 Mb RAM fitted 


with 4Mb RAM fatted 


with BMb RAM fitted 


52 Mb 
drive £ 


279,99 


319.99 


359.99 


129Mb 
drive £ 


439.99 


409,99 


449.99 


499.99 


56999 


CDTV ROM DRIVE 


Allows your Amiga to play 
CDTV tilles ar-d music CD's. 
Models for 50O. ,! */60O.T2OO 


only 

£269.99 


FLOPPY DRIVES 




Cumana 3.5 inch 1 Mb drive 
FLoct&c Roclite 3.5 inch fMb drive 
Power FC660E 3.5 inch 1Mb drive 
Power PC83O0 3.5 plus BLITZ 
Power PC83QB 3.5 plus X-Copy 


£49-95 

£59.95 

£ 47.95 

£ 57.95 

£ 72-95 



dl^K RAM exp. lor AMO ft plus 
512K RAM ft dock exp. fur A500 
1Mb RAM exp lor A50Q plus 
1Mb RAM exp, for A600 
1Mb RAM ft dock e*p, A&00 
2 Mb RAM smadcard A600 ft 1200 
■liMb RAM ginarfeard A60O ft 1200 


£ 1 7.95 
£ 22.95 
£ 34.95 
£3295 
£ 37.95 
£114 95 
£ 174.05 


SIMM BOARDS 








1Mb SIMM suitable tor GVP HDS etc 
4Mb SIMM ggiiaBle for GVP HD8 etc 
iMb 32bls SIMM for GVP Combo elc 
4Mb 32bi( SIMM for GVP Combo elc 


£21.99 
£99.99 
£51 .99 
£1 51 9b 


ROMS & SHARER 


Kickstart 1.3 ROM E23-99 

Kicksiart2.0 ROM £34.99 

Keyboard swtchable ROM sharer AS00 £16 99 
New I A600 ROM Sharer £28.99 

Official Commocora V2 0 upgrade k-L 
IhC, VS ROM, V2.0 disks & manuals £79.99 


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Cl A B520A I O chip 
Super Denise custom chip 
Fatter Agnus 8372 A custom chip 


£ 7,99 

£21.99 

£30.99 


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Power pft W scanner, 54 greyscales, up 
to 400 dpi, adiling software Inc. £ 94,99 

New 1 Rowe? colour scanner. 4 D 96 
colour^ up la 400 dpi, software inc. 


£229.99 



Naksha upgrade mouse inc. freebies 
Squik quality replacement mouse 
Golden Image moga mouse 
Golden Imago crystal trackball 
Zycee trackball 
High qua ! ify Bmm mouse mat 


£ 23.99 
£ 11,99 
£12 99 
£36 99 
£2999 
£ 3.40 



1 0 3.5 1 Mb bulk 1 00% oertifaeri 
25 3.5 1 Mb bulk i po% oerUfted 
50 3.5 1 Mb butk 1 00% certified 
t00 3.5 1 Mb aulk 100% certified 
500 3.5 1 Mil bulk 1 00% certified 
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Box of 50 branded TDK 3.5 1 Mo 
Box of 100 branded TDK 3.5 1Mb 
10 capacity 3.5 disk box 
40 capacity 3-5 disk box igcxable 
BO capacity 3.5 disk box - lockable 
500 3.5 disk labels 
1000 3-5 disk labels 


£ 4.95 
£ 10.85 
£ 19.95 
£ 57.95 
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£37 25 
£69 96 
£ 1 .49 
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Quickjoy Jetfighler 

Quickjoy Topstar 

Quickjoy Supeitroard 

Zipslick Super pro autofire 

Com ponton Pro aulofare, burstfire 

VollmaOO Della 3 A analogue 


£ 8.95 
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£ 17,95 
El 6,95 
£ 10.95 
£ 12.95 
£ 7,95 


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A500 ft A50O plus version 
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A500 ft A500 plus version 
A600 version 

Sucre? Cooual Centre, monitor stand ft 
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A6DQ 1 version 


£ 24.95 

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A3000 Ephooe 

A4000 £ phone 

1084ST Monitor £195 00 

RAM & DISK DRIVES 

Ext. Disk Owe £58.00 

AS70 CD ROM + Software ...El 49 00 

A500 int drive £49.00 

A500 512k no clock El 8 95 

A500 512k + clock £23.50 

A500 + Imeg exp £37,00 

A600 Imeg + clock £44.00 

A500 I.Smeg £79 00 

A500 8meg. 4 tilted . .. .... £169 00 

GVP42meg ..£299 99 

GVP 80meg £369.99 

PRINTERS & RIBBONS 

Star LC20 £133 00 

Star LC24-10 £199.00 

Star LC100 Colour £169.00 

Star LC200 Colour £194.00 

Star LC24-200 Colour £274 00 

LClOO mono ribbon.... £4.50 

LC1Q0 colour ribbon £6.75 

LC24 200 mono nbbon ... £5.50 

LC24 200 colour ribbon £1 3.50 

LC20 mono ribbon £4.50 

LEADS & CABLES 

Pnnter ..,..,,...£3.99 

Null Modem ,..£5.99 

Joystick Extender 3 metre .£3 99 

Joystick/Mouse Extender £3.99 

Amiga to SCART £7 99 

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In the unlikely event that any of our disks 
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3.5" DSDD .£0.37 each 

3.5" Rainbow £0 44 each 

3.5" DSHD £0 58 each 

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3.5* DSDD Fuji £4.90 

3.5" DSHD Xerox...... ...£8.90 

5.25“ DSDD Fuji £2.50 

5.25" DSHD Fuji £4.90 

1000 3.5“ labels £6.50 

1000 1 3.5" tractorfeed £8.50 

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Qur hiqh quality disk storage bom are 
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10 capacity ..£0 95 

40 capacity -.£3.49 

50 capacity . , £3.95 

100 capacity 50 

90 capacity Banx drawer ..£8 49 

150 capacity Posso drawer ,,.£14.99 
200 capacity drawer „,,.E19.5G 


MISCELLANEOUS 

Mousahouse £f 80 

Mousemat 9mm thick. .£2.50 

Diskdrive cleaner..... t 80 

A500 Dustoover .,.......£3.50 

A600 Dustcover . r .E3 .50 

A 1200 Dusicover £3 50 

Monitor DuStcover.. £3. 50 

LC20 Dustoover £3 50 

LClOO Duslcover £3.50 

LC2O0 Dustccvef £3.50 

LC24-2O0 Dusted ver £3.50 

Roboshift m r „ 1Hr<r ..,£ 13.95 

Amiga Lightpen ,,,£32.00 

Optical Mouse .£32.00 

Megamouse £12.95 

Primes Mouse £12.95 

Itsa Mouse £12.95 

Alfadate Trackball £26.95 

Crystal Trackball £32.00 

Zydec Trackball £25 95 

Zyti Amp/Speakers £37 50 

Action Replay Mk 111 £56.95 

Technosound — £32 00 

Midi Master.. £26.00 

Tilt/Tum Monitor Stand.. ,£9,95 

2-piece Pnnter Stand £3.49 

A4 Copyholder .„„.£4.99 

ROM Sharer, .£14.95 

VI 3 ROM £25.95 

V2.04 ROM, £35.95 

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2000 sheets 113.00 

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Trigger Grip Models 

Qyickshot turbo £6 95 

Python 1M ......E7 99 

Jettighter £12 00 

T opS'tar 1 9 50 

Intruder £21 50 

Base Fire Button Models 

Maverick 1 M - £ 1 2 95 

Mega star £21,50 

Zrpstick. £12 95 

Comp Pro 500 CT ,^-«»»£10.96 

Comp Pro Extra....... £12,95 

Comp Pro Star .£12.95 

Cruiser Multicolour* £9.95 

Comp Pro Star Ml Ml., £14 95 

Aviator 1 Flightyoke. £23,50 

Handheld Models 

Speed king , .£10.50 

Navigator .....£13.95 

Bug £12 DO 

ANALOG JOYSTICKS 


These Joysticks Witl fi t m Amiga 

Warrior 5 £14.95 

£16.95 

........... £13.95 

£21.50 

,..,,......£23,50 


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now only £ I 43*99/ 

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only £29.99 
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only £29,99 


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256 by 4 DRAM (DILs) 

4t (5 1 2K>„„ now only £3.99 

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68882 50MHZ £507.99 

I nib 32 bit fast RAM .++..,£3 S.99 

Zmb 32 bit fast RAM ..£97,99 

4mb 32 bit fast RAM £142.99 

The RAM boards can only work with 
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. 6688 1 Co pro for ab^Z_...£79.99 A miBaCK PLUS TO 

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only £729,9? 


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BMb pop to 4 Mb -,...£2 14.99 

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5Mb pop to 2 Mb for 20CWt5O0 range i 149.99 u 



AMIGA A500 HARD DRIVES 

GVP Seriei If HDS+ 42Mb^-.....only £289.99 

GVPSeriesHHDB+BOMb.,,, ..only £37 4. 9 9 

GVPScriciil hdIi 120Mb only £469-99 

A500 GVP Combo's 

AS30 Combo +0M HifBlMb HO.,0 fl ly £4 7 5,99 
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M M MONITOR DUSTCOVtFf Ld.YZ — ■■ — 1 

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AMIGA TO SC ART CABLES,.— ^-£19? Pro Drawl,.™ > ■■ — — — 

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1 500/2000 Hard Drives 

Imp ah Series II HCS* with 42Mb HD..an ly 1 2 B 9. ?9 S 
knpartSeriri II HCS* with 80Mb HD..unty £33? r ?9 
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Al l GVP produtB came wkh a full I year warranty 


Very ii«iwNar in ifcyjc to the GVP HOP bkit WM-hour a 3y,..*nL6 I .7 7.... 1 ^ II 

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500 £169.99 ..£POA 

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SOFTWARE 



vfore the inevitable stroll 
through the huge and slightly 
terrifying features list, now 
might be a good rime to describe what the 
new Real3D is all about, and who it has 
been designed for. 

The answer to the first question is prob- 
ably animation, with the main thrust of 
the new release revolving around a 
plethora of new techniques which without 
doubt make the program the most com- 
prehensive animation tool on the market. 

As for the second, the answer is two- 
fold. For the prcMand willing to invest 
ihe considerable amount ni time needed to 
master the system, it offers a state-of-the- 
art platform that with practice will gener- 
ate images that simply aren't possible on 
any other platform. 

For those who don't fit into the first cat- 
egory, tlie user base is likely fall into two 
spheres, with the fiist ht-ing the dedicated 
ray tracing enthusiast for whom time and 
money is nothing compared to their 
addiction, 

Coffee table 

The second could perhaps be described 
as the coffee table professional. In short, 
the kind of person who will buy the pack- 
age, play with it once or twice and then 
leave it lying around ready to inspire 
dreary conversations about what they 
would do *if only I had the bme". 

Although a rather brutal Introduction I 
feel it's justified if only to counter the 
inevitable feeding frenzy generated by the 
bandwagon of Amiga journalists 
who often feel duty-bound to scream 
the praises of a package without giving 
the punter and the application of 
his or her latest investment a second 
thought 

In short Real3D 2 personifies profes- 
sional Amiga software, it isn't a point and 
click paradise, it doesn't hand you 
the images on a plate and as a result 
demands as much attention as it does - 
hard cash, 

Thanks to the intuitive design of most 
Amiga releases we've all become a tittle 
spoiled when it com.es to user friendliness. 
Real 2 gives no quarter in that department 



Real 3D v2 
promises to be 
the most comple 
modelling and 
animation system 
ever to hit the 
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ball hrmlv in your court. After a little over 
two weeks working with the program 
Tm not in the least bit ashamed to admit, 
that I Vi? only begun to scratch the surface 
- however that didn't mean 111 be offer- 
ing a regurgitated press release which cer- 
tain magazines consider a format for 
success, 

A classic example of the program 
putting you In the hot seat is the new and 



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totally unique interface. Within this ini- 
tial I v alitm environment almost anything 
goes and it's up to vou what does, and 
what doesn't Instead of the old-style 
multiple screens of its predecessor 
you're provided with a collection of com- 
ponents which can be added,, 
removed, sized and placed to your own 
design. 

Of course this doesn't mean you're pro- 
vided with a blank screen and expected to 
fill it, as initially you're offered a default 
layout containing the three key elements 
to the Interface, 

They arc the view, select and tool win- 
dows. However before a detailed descrip- 
tion of eachr a brief overview of the main 
principles of the new environment would 
be wise, 

We're all well aware of the multitask- 
ing skills of the Amiga but die new Real 
attempts to take multitasking a step fur- 
ther by offering an asynchronous, no wait 
state design. 

In English this means each window' 
behaves as almost a program within a pro- 
gram with the various dement multitask- 
ing independently making it possible to 
render in one view while editing the map- 
ping attributes of the object. - ready for a 
simultaneous render from a different 
angle in another window . 

io take things to their extreme, 
you could have half a dozen view 7 


windows ail rendering in different 
styles sirmjlt^ii-euusly. In short,, no matter 
how fast you apply changes the program 
will keep track r running each as a 
background Eask, Taking things further 
still, you can open as many environments 
as you wish providing a Series of 
designer screens with their own 
views and tool selections, each remaining 
completely independent of the parent and 

4 After two weeks 
working with 
the program ! 've 
only now begun to 
scratch the ^ 



even running in a different 
resolution. 

This is ideal for specialist animation 
environments, freeform modelling, point 
editing or emulation ul other programs - 
the old Real, Imagine., CaligJri and so on_ 
A touch of overkill perhaps but it's all 
available if there's a need, 

Still, however ingenious, it isn't with- 


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Keep on moving 

Animation is arguably the biggest beneficiary of the new release. Like 
the rest ot the package, animation has undergone some dramatic 
changes, not least of which is the total redesign of the way in which the 
program handles the animation process. 

hi the past, Real3D operated strictly on a frame-by-frame 
basis using key frames and twaen points. Now however the pro- 
grammers have cast aside the old frame formal completely in 
preference for animation over time. 

The advantage is that re-computation of a sequence is now 
simply a matter of adjusting the relative time of the element 
or scene thereby allowing the software to re- Interpolate 
the sequence automatically. 

When this new approach is combined with the hier- 
archical combination of object, mapping and anima- 
tion. you arrive at a very logical, clean and 
self-contained approach to problem of complex anima- 
tion - and believe me some of the program s anim 
techniques can produce very complex animations 
indeed. 

Needless to say, due to the variety and complexity 
of the anim options you're likely to spend just as 
much time mastering I he various animation tech- 
niques as you model the various components of the 
scene 

To illustrate the various anim options here's a brief 
rundown of the available methods. Obviously basic 
motion via paths has been included, in addition to more 
sophisticated options allowing shape modification to produce 
undulating organic forms,. 

There's morphing - possibly in conjunction with textures; skeletal 
anims, which provide a common structure for related elements; and of 
course inverse kinematics - ideal for combination objects which interact 
Id produce the illusion of Joints such as hands and lingers. 

On top of this comes the program's particle animation system which 
allows the addition of real world effects such as gravity, velocity, spin, 
mass and surface friction. 

As a result, pool table anims will no doubt be the In-thin g as the vir- 
tual cue ball crashes into the pack, automatically sending the balls spin- 
ning across the baize interacting with their counterparts just like the real 
thing. 

To put the anim options into perspective, almost 70 example scenes 
come as part of the package, each of which illustrate a different technique,. 

They include {deep breath) paths; rotation; sweeps (alias tracking); 
size manipulation; stretches; direction; control curves; skeleton effects; 
inverse kinematics; morphing; transformations; radial force (alias gravi- 
tational effects); directional force (such as turbulence); tangent (cen- 
trifugal force); collision detection; creation (for example boiling water or 
wriggling snakes) and finally liquids (whether they be single drops or an 
entire ocean). 


render the image either to the window, a 
file, or an external display device, 
the selection of which can be 
defined via the main interface. 

Like Real's old render 
screen* each view can be cus- 
tomised with various option*? 
for lighting; the degree o! anti- 
j basing; the background 
colour - whether it be a gradi- 
ent or solid; the output file size 
and location; the application 
of environment and backgroun 
texhare mapping and so on. 

Within each output option 
you can also define the qual- 
ity of l he image to be gen- 
erated from six presets,. 


•ul its faults - a testament to this being 
01# two days spenl organising environ- 
ments and attempting to eradicate quirks 
ind apparent bugs when running the pro- 
f :~i on hi -res interlaced and producti vity 
ravhmes. 

this problem could have bran avoided 

* jfilv fhe authors hadn't chosen to sup- 
ply all the example environments in hi-res 

unJy. 

Tii return to the description embarked 
topofl earlier, the obvious place to star! Ls 
the view windows, which due to 
t eir intros pec live nature provide a 
unique set-up screen to define not only 
hat appears on-screen but also 

* rurc the output of any renders will be 
targeted. 

Once active, a hot-key or pull-down 
reveals view's specific requester, ready to 


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namely draft, environment, lampless, 
shadowiest, normal and outline, with the 
variations providing everything from 
quick rough renders which ignore any fea- 
ture mapping to 

the ultimate quality the software can 
provide. 

The somewhat less conspicuous but 
equally essentia! select window is ne.vt 
under the microscope and if s from here 
where the underlying structure is applied 
and odited. 

Old Real users will already be familiar 
with the program's hierarchical approach 
to the modelling process and thankfully 
this has bwn retained in ihe new version 
complete with a few embellishments of 
course. 

In a nutshell, Real organises its scenes 
in a similar manner to a dis K with a root 
directory' containing various sub directo- 
ries which ittilu 1 case of Real translate into 
the various objects and their components. 

In a slight break from tradition, literally 
every 1 thing now becomes part of the hier- 
archical approach with texture maps and 
even animation all appearing in the over- 
all structure, 


For example, adding a texture or multi- 
ple textures to an object involves simply 
placing it/ them within the same level as 
the target object - thereby appearing as 
objects them selves with names such as 
woodfT). These can he edited when neces- 
sary while still remaining unique to the 
object they accompany. 

The real beauty of this hierarchical 
approach is that if other obiects or sub- 
directories appear within that level they 
automatically share the same mapping 
attributes without any additional editing 
on the part of the user. 

A similar approach applies to every- 
thing elsv with even an object s animation 
attributes appearing as a pseudo object 
within the selection, window. 

In short, it's a very neat logical and 



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natural approach - and of course multiple 
windows mean you can spotlight parts of 
the structure in one window while still 
retaining an overview' in another. 

Moving on to the last window, we 
come to th^ took which although similar 
to the selection of icons found in the origi- 
nal Real do hold a few surprises, nol least 
of which is the disappearing hoi- keys 
which T - and many others - lied become 
so familiar with. 

One of my main complaints initially 
was that many of the original hot- key 
short-cuts were missing or had been 
hijacked, t hankfully however they had 
only migrated to the toot window where 
the} - now appear as icons offering all the 
familiar cut and paste options thereby 
eliminating the tedious trek through the 
enormous and somewhat confusing array 
of pull-downs. In total, 13 categories of 
tool are available providing all the famil- 
iar primitives, Boolean and freeform 
options in addition to mapping,, editing 
and much more. And because the tool 


windows also share the internal multitask 
ing design you can open a series of user 
defined tool boxes with as many or as few 
tools as you need. 

Like its processors, the new Real is a 
solid modeller with a heavy emphasis on 
primitives as its primary building blocks. 
As a result a huge range of shapes can be 
created from preset forms, either by select- 
ing the object style from a pull-down or 
more often by clicking on the appropriate 
tool icon. Once an object is defined - 
whether it be a prim, tube, polygon, poly- 
hedron or whatever - it can he move, 
scaled, i -t retched, rotated or perhaps 
edited more dramatically courtesy of the 
program's Boolean operations; a feature 
which allows one object to act as a cutting 


implement on anothef. 

Depending on the Boolean operate 
chosen, chunks can he removi 
from the target object or perhaps the or 4 
nal removed completely leavii 
only the intersection of the tw 
objects behind. Better still., Boolean* ev 
offer the abilitv to leave the texture in 
attributes of the cutting tool on the targe" 
surface. 

Tf Boo I vans are not enough r the pn 
gram also provides freeform tools whit 
can generate much more complex shaj 
to he edited with a election of almost h 
tools specifically designed for freefoi 
objects. 

At the forefront of the organic side 
the software corner the new B-spline sui 
faces allowing ultra smooth free fori 
curves, guaranteed facet free - nol a sing! 
polygon in sight! 

As you can see from the head image, 
the quality offered by B-sphnes is unsal- 
able but like many of thv power features 
has a dramatic impact on rendering - 
least quadrupling the lime taken to gener- 
ate similar shapes created by the pro- 
gram's primitive, compound and lathe 
tools, 

Macros on disk 

Another impressive feature of the mod- 
elling environment is the program^ 
Macro feature, an option which allows 
any actions to be recorded and then 
repealed automatically as many times a^ 
necessary. Belter still, such processes can 
be stored on disk or even appended to ^ 
hot-key or tool icon to produce designer 
automated tools. 

On a more exotic note, Koai also pro- 
vides a built-in fractal generator for berth 
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As you can sec from the screenshots., the prog rani offers full support for the 
AGA with all screen modes supported - even HamB, 

However, it must be stressed that actually operating in such resolutions does 
mean a dramatic increase in rendering and updating times. While on the subject 
of time, this is probably a good time to mention Aetna's claim that the new Real 
is the fastest ray tracing environment on the machine. 

This may Indeed be the case In certain situations, however when the pro- 
gram's power features are applied II must admit to experiencing little or no differ- 
ence in relation to its predecessor. 

Prime candidates tor painfully slow rendering include the much- hyped sot! 
shadows and motion blur, which although dramatic, do cause huge increases in 
rendering time. However, having said that, even these pale to significance when 
compared 10 complex 8- splines. 

Even with the specially optimised 040 version - claiming rendering times 
eight times that 0 ! its 020/030 counterpart - i still wasn't over-impressed. If ever 
a package screamed out for an 0&G processor, this is the oner 

Leaving the rendering time aside, h must be said that the qualify of the fin- 
ished product is spectacular, boasting arguably the best anti-aliasing and over- 
all image qualify on the market 

When l his is combined with the respectable rather than spectacular times and 
the unique effects mentioned above, you can't fail to be Impressed, 


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assorted option - especially in (he 

i free generation, 

Support has also been added for 
id DFX files - a format fully catered 
within the new Pixel 3D Professional. 
Although not spectacular news for iht * 1 
>rity r it nevertheless adds a powerful 
Sphorn for com mere uil artists who may 
lire a means of translating existing 
Enjctuned artwork or plans into live world 
' Kt'il3D. Assuming the objects are com- 
7 >tc. mapping them with the appropriate 
iruiurg or defining a suitable surface 
attribute is the next essentia! step 
■ the creation of a believable f ini', bed 
pn duct. 

In the patf ReaDD has taken some Oak 
sn she mapping department primarily due 
to the challenge offered by Imagme2 - a 
program which has supplied multiple 
mjp> for some ti me. 

Unfortunately although Real has also 
r ways offered maps they've been strictly 
Mrigukr for each object tn the sotne. Now 
that's all changed xvith the new version 


offering unlimited maps tor each object in 
wide variety of formats. However, even 

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though multiple maps are an exciting 
addition, they're only a part of the pro- 
gram’s material skills. Aside from apply- 
ing standard Amiga graphics or 24-bit 

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mapping system 
in the ^ 
business / 

files onto the surface, the actual attributes 
of the objects can be defined by a selection 
nl parameters allowing anything from a 
cloud of gas to a diamond. 

Thanks to (he solid modelling approach 
mentioned earlier, Rea 3 3D also has the 
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Conclusion 

As you've probably guessed, the new Real is very serious stuff which offers the 
most advanced ray tracing environment yet to appear cm any desktop machine. 

As far as the manual and assorted support is concerned things are a little 
mixed, with a manual which is roughly three to four times the size of its prede- 
cessor, As for readability it scores slightly higher than the Imagined manual 
courtesy of a wide selection of step-by-step examples. 

nevertheless it must be said that the authors often assume a bit too much of 
the reader - especially the beginner. 

On the other hand, what the manual lacks the huge selection of example ani- 
mations, scenes and mapping demos more than make up for. 

In lac l, once you've mastered the basics, exploring the examples can be a 
much quicker method of picking up the finer points. In addition 1o the support 
files and manual, a built-in hyper-lex I help system also a wads if quick reference 
is rcquired- 

Contlnuing on the theme of support the package comes with a familiar selec- 
tion of display and conversion utilities in addition to the aforementioned huge 
variety of example images and scenes, 

After the rollercoaster ride of the main article, hopefully your mind will 
already be made up. If not, here's a woefully inadequate potted opinion. 

For any would-be investor the question has to be Is the six months needed !o 
really roaster the package worth the new features and the £400 asking price? 

For the professional Td say the answer Is yes. but for those new to ray trac- 
ing, Real3D Classic at roughly a quarter of the price is a much more attractive 
option - which in time could lead on to an upgrade when your requirements and 
skills demand the attentions ot its muscle-bound bigger brother. 


refracting light which means that if you 
create a flattened oval object and add the 
necessary attributes to create glass 
you'll produce a perfect lens which could 
be used just like Lt & real world 
counterparts. 

Obviously when the attribute* of an 
object - whether it chrome, glass, plas- 
tic nr whatever - are combined, the object 
colour and any maps that may have been 
applied can lead to spectacular results. 

However that’s only the tip of the ice- 
berg courtesy of the program’* 12 map- 
ping techniques which can make the 
impossible an everyday event with fea- 
tures such as hump and clip maps all 
adding to the overall power of the most 
comprehensive mapping system in the 
business. 

Morphed 

On a personal level Pm impressed most 
of all bv the ability Eo blend maps together 
on ihe same object creating hot-spots for 
the materials in question. In addition 
materials can also be morphed or ani- 
mated by simply appending sequential 
file names. 

Unfortunately It's not all good news 
when it comes to mapping, and although 
flagged as one of Lite: major selling points 
of the package, the program's new proce- 
dural and mathematic textures -are likely 
to remain beyond most of us for a long, 
long time. 

The reason is the appearance of the 
dreaded RPL programming language. In 
order to use the aforementioned features 
at least a rudimentary understanding of 
the RFL is required. Based on FORTl i. the 
Ri_\d3D derivative isnT exactly what you'd 
call easy reading. 

After a couple of hours wading 
through the RFL I can guarantee non- 
smokers will be reaching for the 
Woodbines while the alcoholics leap from 


the wagon like lemmings from a cliff, ff 
the program's authors really think that a 
perver&e interest in higher mathematics 
and programming in general is infectious. 
I’m afraid they’re sadly 
mistaken. 

Bv nature must artists recoil at the 
prospect of programming and quite 
frankly at £400 a time they shouldn't be 

a* - 

expected to suddenly develop an interest. 

As a result I'd be very surprised if more 
than one in 100 users will ever make seri- 
ous use of the RPL - a sad fact because not 
only will the new mapping options Largely 
be ignored but algo the advanced cus- 
tomising potential of the language 
throughout the package. 

In reality for most people applying the 
RFL will be a matter of downloading files 
or perhaps buying in third-party RFL sup- 
port software as the program 
gains momentum. 


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«- Areas 2 Sound Sampler & Midi 
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Pen Pal VI. 5 £49 95 

Final Copy II Retaase 2 £ 9 9 , 9 5 

Kindwords 3 £37.95 

Tti« Publisher £39.95 

Professional Paja V4.0 £129.95 
Pagesattat Ilf £4 9,95 


Deluxe Paint 4.1 £64.95 

Deluxe Paint 4 [AG A) £79.95 
3D Construction Kit £49-95 
Adorage £54.95 

Vista Pro 2 £54.95 

Vista Pro 3 £99.15 

Art Department 
Professional V 2 £14 9.95 

D Cf V Composite Vi deo 
24-Bit Graphics 
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Morph Plus £149.95 


Quarterback V5 £44,95 
Quarterback Tools £54-95 
Cross DOS £29.95 

Easy Amos 124.9 5 

Amos The Creator 135.95 
Amos Compiler £23.95 
Amos 3D £2 5.95 

Arnos Professional £49,95 
New S AS Lattice C VG £23 9 9 5 
Devpac 3 £54,95 

Directory Opus V4 £54,95 
Can Do 2 £99,95 

Charts & Graphs £49,95 


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Mastering Amiga Assembler £22.95 j » 
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Mastering Amiga Workbench £18.95 '§ ji 

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Blame the 
parents! 

*■ \usl read die featvfe 'Sex, lies, and video games'" and I would like to bring up a 
that no one has addressed. Who is it that buys most of these games? Most of the time 
j the paiFnhi. 

During Christmas, how many children went and bought Street Fighter 2? Now cum- 
* this to the number of parents who bought it for their children. It is unfair to blame 
- ftware industry totally for these claims made by the press. 

\i it & usually the pifenls who buy garties software, don't you think it is their choice to 
their children to play these "violent" gam«? 

Qdm Cassidy* Rnfficsdiy 

A - r know of stmt statistics which s/ruu 1 the rehiiwe number of ^rfufs and children ir'btf buy 
pp-v- so your contention that parents buy most of them must remain unsubMntktei. Whether or 
art :w.N.fs- do buy violent games for their children is , however, a side issue. 

J7y Jia jijp ay ?r shmrfs is more a supporting structure for foopfefltes Mma & guardian against 
* n uru software, and the most sophisticated hard sell advertising techniques are levdkd at chil- 
frv m ’ every 0'i«c they tune rrr to TV after scW or dpf Sift-untoy ittomihg, 

fa - ? ttch conditions, to spoil! from on high parental r&pmstWty mid choke is a bit Hh* 
mtmsing the Light Brigade for an unsuccessful dmge. 

Most jwtMtfe LprJf. ef course aivid games with title s tike CftflotSffto Atesme i*f r but the one yow 
wrntm is mare or less pioJfrrt than many others on the market at the moment, and its titte m 
wm*c alarming, 

S' much fjyj¥ and peer pressure was hurff rip ffroflmd Street £ ighter JJ f/raf many jWi'fito must 
fcirr been fiflmrwstfjy relieved ii r /ft + ri it was finally released ft) they conid buy it and shut the 
m : ms link beasts upfor ten minutes. 


an you blame them? 

Disk decisions 

I tave some questions which 1 would be 
mm grateful if you could answer. 

■ hy did you drop the second disk from 
tta magazine just like Amiga format did? 

• Ahy don't you have playable demos of 
Pew games on the CoverDisk? 

• V’. hat software packages have you got on 
t ^hc oming. CoverKsks- 

• LK> you know of any books about Cl FA 

Thank you very much. 

Pcler Atmmn, hicester 


VVr dropped the second disk because it was 
becoming on e^'nsive exerd se to pr/Fftsfo two 
disks and push up the price of the magazine 
when th l' supply ofwiikly [*tpulttr software was 

dwindling* 

ft ?ncHf4 bi' fwwtkss io stick an extra drsfe 
on the aroerfor the sake of doing so, especially if 
less than half our readers wanted the software it 
contained. 

Playable game demos /lai'cn Y appeared on 
the CoverDisk since nhauf because they 
take up most of the disk and Jftere doesn't mm 
to Eic ffluc/r demand for (hem fro m our renders. 

Yours is the first tetter for many months 
nrtich f can remember ctdteng for games demos* 
though th' debate is always open. 

If enough litters are received on one side or 



Is there anyone else out m 
there using a single disk drive 
A12G0 and having problems 
with getting printer drivers lo 
appear in the printer preferences 
editor, even after copying the 
printer driver lo (he- printers drawer 
on the Workbench 3.C disk? 

All you need do is copy the printer 
preferences editor on the ExtraslO disk 
to the Workbench 3,0 prets drawer end 
use It from there. The same goes for the 
other prefs editors. Hard disk and double 
floppy users don't suffer this problem. 

D J Andrews. Lift to £fata> 

Thpnks tor the lip. Our toerhto bods have 
already snswemd a few enquiries from 
users on this problem, but neglected to 
mention the need to copy profs programs 
fo the prets drawer, possibly because 
they thought tfite loo obvious a step. 

Just goes to show you how important 
the md user's perspective on $ problem 
canhe, eh? 


pi 'her of this question, we will look at die game 
demo filiation again, hli keep those missives 
coming , f osfiY ansu'er your third \pte*tim as 
it's an industrial secret, bid for help u?3 your 
fiifrrtJj you might try Computer AtjrrrrjaJ? 
in flaTWrnglMJff, They cover most ureas and om 
be reached on 021-706 6000. 


Lemmings 

I am writing to kl you know that 
I have saved all the Lemming Tribes, 
and not only saved them but writ them 
on their wav into the sunset with a piece 
of gold talisman each (smart alee! - Ed l , 

For other Lemming saviours out there 
who read your truly amazing magazine, 
toil them not to rush as the end result is a 
hit of an anti-climax. 1 was expecting a 
small piece of animation as there is in the 
introduction, but then 1 was just a load of 
unfunny credits, not Lemmjjtgdike jt all. 

Could you please rind out why the 
menu has an exit sign on it covered with 
crosses _ though even when the game is 
finished the crosses remain which makes 
the exit button useless? 

Grate/m Wood, Ncrf/rii'toft 

Tfitfjrta for ftrfnj a clever dick! It s slightly 
disappointing to hear that the climax to this 
excellent game is ft) fame, hwf TJ rather fatoF 
mote gameplay than on cwr-workei finishing 
sapience any day, and I’m su the majority 
of Amiga gme players agree. 

The bu/forr you jwmficxn is a mystery to us, 
too , and we don 'f want to n$k Psy gnosis 
because well /flofe-Hd-Tu Am/ folks ? 


Protext prefs puzzler 


4i rho beginning of this year, I bought an Al^OO as an 
.□grade to my A20WY and as I have a largs coilection of 
application software on my old hard drive I cfonsflguonlty 
: j ' chased an IDE drive for my A 1200. 

At that time il was not possible lo obtain an = oftieiaF 
* ard drive upgrade, so I look the risk of inslailing il 
I appreciate that this voided my warranty, bul 
Domrnodore's stupid policy left me no choice. 

A Iriend oi mine has an A4000, so l used his software 
to Install Workbench 3.0 on I he hard drive and all 
seemed well until I insialled Pretext v4.3. When I 
attempted lo execute Protext I encountered the same 
U'obtem as Mr McKechnio did in his letter published in 
your April issue. 

I am Father surprised al Ihis as I installed Wo/kbench 
using the method you recommended ■; an A4O0D insiail 


disk). Howevet, I dkJ soma invesligatiryg ol my own bjm I 
came up with a penial solution that is ncl entirely satisfy- 
ing. but which works. 

In Iho slartup-snquence is a command "IPrgts' which. I 
believe, inilialos the Workbench with Iho user's prelaw 
ence sellings. If the startup-sequence is executed without 
I Prefs, Protext functions perfeclly, so my solution is to 
make a second startup-sequence withoul the offending 
line. 

Dtice this has been dona, your must bool with bolh 
mouse burtons held down, select "boot with no startup- 
sequence', end then type: 

EXECUTE 5;5ftrUF-E(IUENCf<(0M 
Workbench will appear as normal and Protest! will func- 



tion correctly. ! realise this is 
not a complete solution,, but 
it does allow one lo use Protext Irom a 
hard drive-equipped A-1200. 

Simon Korridge. Brighton 

Fwr the past luj£ of our technical gnomes has been try- 
ing fn sort OU! the Workbench 1 0 EjurJ tfnt't* solution, and this 
tort of Ihing is all he's come up with, it apptms that P rolext 
has a problem with the rit'H' display and the only My to 
get around ike obstacle is to bool iritJtiut invoking IPrefs. 

Of course ^ more elegant method might be fa iiaciMflf 
an ASK statement in the startup-sequence or use a utility 
such as MB Press (which was on a Cover Disk a few 
months fo detect for a mouse buJfow prra during 
startup. 


Amicj a Computing July 1955 


55 





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ETT ERS 


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Gat 

something to say 
through The pages of AC? 

Ezra Surf is our mailman, 
dedicated to reading your letters 
and selecting the most interesting 
for publication. Drop him a line at: 

Eire Surf s Post&ag , Amiga Computing 
Adlington Park , Macclesfield SKtO 4NP 

Please don 't enclose s aes as Ezra just 
hasn't got enough paper to reply 
personalty. He might also have to 
shorten your letters* so don 't 
bm offended if you end up 
getting the chop 

A vector too far 

Am I the only reader of your magazine who's interest in fractals measure* somewhere 
below absolute zero? This area of mathematics has become something of a party bore 
over the past few years, with seemingly constant reviews of fractal landscape genera- 
tors. fractal screen blanker*, and fractal this that and the other. 

N’o-une who works for Amiga magazines has twigged that m<tsi of us don t -l are a 
hoot whether it is mathematically possible for farting butterflies in Brazil to cause share 
prices to fall in New York. 

I m ean, I dion r t ask the man in Dixons lo draw me a circuit diagram and explain the 
behaviour of air particles subjected to sound vibration* when I buy a hi-fi, so why do 
reviewers presume that t r m interested in phongs and gourads and other members of 
the Tedium Hall of Fame? 

Do you really expect me to gasp in astonishment ivhen you let drop pearls of wis- 
dom about NUnddbrots, Julias and Lyapunovs? 

The three fractal stooges sound more like a dodgy Segal firm than a set of interesting 
computer concepts.. Think about it: Mandelbrot. Julia and Lyapunov, specialists in 
cases of divorce caused by mental torture through repetition. Liive us a break, guys! 

pehT Hunter r CoUbtr&rn 

pftew! Yew certsmhf pul vour point across . hi fairness (fl AC, wh ffleFrfroprtffJ 

aiP r w misled the tmptation to talk directly about fractal mathtmhes for a long time, and only 
looked at t he area uriitrr a program such as Vista Fro 3-0 MSS fractal techniques to do wmeOtmg 

interesting ^ , 

Ot-FJff magazines tend m and again to pick a subject and f-tfntfi as much tiresome trims as 

possible from it, but despite the temptation we've resisted the urge to indulge m this sort of page 

padding. I hope mr readers agree.... 


> 

More A1200 
thoughts 

E bought my A 1200 back in November 
and since then ] have been reading with 
interest a'II topics and letters about the 
A12Q0, compatibility with games and 
external drives, and so on, so l p ve done 
some experimenting with some of my 
mates' utilities and games. 

Most work without problem*, and 
choosing the correct chip set and display 
option gets the game working on some of 
the reluctant ones, but some are still not 
usable even after trying all the possible 
options. 

The best E have found is to disable the 
CPU caches and choose the enhanced 
chip set before booting the game- 

Furmily enough, the age of the sott- 
iv g re seems not to he important r as 1 have 
tried stuff going back to 19&6 which 
works fine. 

Some of the games l have managed to 
get to work l have seen In some software 
lists, and even some magazines, as not 
working on the A 1200. These include 
Fire and Ice, Switchblade II, and Lure of 
the Temptress (though I've only tried 
disk one of the latter). Newer releases 
such a* Nick Faldo's Championship Coif 
work fine. 

As for Eitting an external floppy drive, 

I phoned Power Computing fora E’CS&QB 
and was told that the problem with 
A 1200 wiring had been corrected and 
there was no longer a problem with com- 
patibility, so 1 bought one. No problem - 
it's much quieter than the garbage dis- 
posal unit inside my A 1200. 

Speaking about noisy drives, [ read an 
article about misaligned drive heads 
causing disk* to fail to load. 1 have expe- 
rienced this myself with Crystal 
Kingdom Dizzy. My machine gives and 
on-screen message saying "Software 
Protection Failure", but my mates 
machine loads it perfectly. Is this or 
could d become a serious problem, and 
should l return my machine for repair? 

David Hrirsf, Tflftsham 


Ycm seem to to*' reached the same conclu- 
sion as mam other A 1200 mown in that 
you Jhjiv discovered the Afucfa jMuntorf ™- 
priMfry pffflWe'iti isn't half as had as it was 
originally painted hy some., md certainly 
shouldn't pul people off the new machine. 

Your experimentation xem also to frw 
lat uou to the most useful method for ensur- 
ing compatibility, SO you might not require 


the software list punished in tNs month's 
Gamer - hid take a pfi'k in case it contains u 
game yon ieere thinking about buyirijr 

Misaligned drives can be a problem when 
they com up against heavily protected soft 
warewkkh uses non -DOS disk sfrttGfures, /wJ 
the problem is seldom bad enough to cdJiSi 
loading problems. I would suggest you return 
the jnfldtfPW for repair iis soon as possible. 



I recently bought the game Pirates from a 
second-hand car bool sale. When I returned 
home to examine my prize bargain, how- 
ever, I was dismayed to find that part of il 
(the map to be precise) wasn'i there. 

I contemplated suicide, decided this was 
too draslic, and phoned Micro instead 
to see if they could help. The phone gave 
bui iwo short rings, then a friendly voice said 
'Can I help you?*. I told her my problem, to 
which she replied TAte have one in slock. I'll 
get it sent off to you." 

Lo and &eti old, the missing piece of 
paper flopped onto my door mat the very 
next day. II is good to see that customer and 
after-sales service is still smponant on occa- 
sion and I congratulate Micrcprose on a 


well done. On another note, l am content- 
plating trading in my did A50G and investing 
in an A 1200, but I have heard that some 
software dosani work on ihe new machine. 
Ob, and congratulations to Amiga 
Computing for producing an enjoyable adult 
magazine for older Amiga users- You 
wouldn't by any chance know the average 
age ol Amiga owners? 

Richard Henderson, Leyton 

The average age turned up by our matter 
surveys vanes a bit but is usually wall into 
the twenties and there are a significant num- 
ber of people over toe age of 30 among toe 
AC readership, resulting in a much older 
audience than that enjoyed by some of our 


distant relations who specialise more in the 
held of platform games and the like.. 

Ws don't write for a specific age group. 
however, and a great many younger readers 
ef]joy toe magazine. Lei's pst say we cater 
for a certain type of reader who values toe 
depth ot editorial coverage we have always 
striven to make our hallmark. Your com- 
ments about fi/fj croprose are applicable to 
many Amiga suppliers these days, but it's 
always nice to hear positive feedback as 
opposed fa tales of negative experiences, 

Speaking ot negative experiences, your 
choice on whether or not to upgrade to an 
A t 200 should be eased by toe comprehen- 
sive game s compatibility fet you can find in 
tots months Gamer. 


Pinball H 
wizard 

Having always been more than b 
irifle cynical regarding the playing 
of computer games (you know, 
they re a substitute for seagoing 
out/a life ad infinitum) I write to 
confess to a curious change of 
heart. 

After some highly absorbing i 
sessions with Pinball Fantasies, 
which must be the most realistic; 
pinball simulator on any format, I 
now have at least a dim compre- 
hension of what all the flippers, 
lights, chutes and bonuses mean, I 
and can make a game of three halls 
last for more than 60 seconds. 
Achievement enough in itself, 
but She real test came when 1 found 
myself with the usual bunch of 
friends in the pub last Sunday, and 
someone suggested a game on the 
old pin labia. 

Well my turn came around, and 
you can imagine my glee as the 
oversized ball-bearing zipped | 
around the table, kissing bonuses, 
gleefully rolling from chute to flip- 
per to million jackpot and back ! 
again. 

Before I knew It, my score was In I 
the multi- millions, my pint was 
going warm and flat and leering 
decidedly unwanted, and my 
cigarette had an overhang of ash 
longer than one would believe to 
be structurally possible. 

The sigh l uttered as my last ball 
was finally lost was far more akin 
to Ihe H lop sportsman robbed’’ kind 
of sigh than the "idiot fails to make 
any mark at all” variety previously 
preferred. 

Not that this episode has helped 
me in any discernable way to 
achieve the sexual freedom 1 so 
desperately crave, but I fancy I 
ordered Ihe replacement pint and 
tit a fresh cigarette with just a hint 
of the "treat 'em bad, make 'em 
mad” masculinity used to such 
efiecl in Ihe mating rituals of top 
Hollywood stars and other Gillette- 
using men lor generations. 

Who fan „ Manchester 

If*# gratifying to read a story about 
a computer game which has a posi- 
tive rather than a negative social 
effect, and even more so when a 
direct link can be shown between 
the playing of a game and the 
development of hand-eye co-ordi- 
nation skills. 

tf only there was a ,J $ix Pints and 
Chicken Biryani Without Regretting 
lt« game with similar beneficial 
effects on the real life activity. 


c 


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ntigaDOS, as you will soon dis- 
cover, is computing at its 
purest, It is ivhat separates real 
ters from consoles? the men from 
y the wheat from the chaff, 

* ming AmigalXlb unlocks a whole 
rid of possibilities, allows anyone 

to ti new heights but above all, it prs.v 
a sense of achievement that no 
■il user interface (GUI) could ever 
^lou can take pride in your work 
rt the knowledge it was your skill 

* peffence that did the job faster, eas- 


wlll work - anything less will cause 
problems. Workbench 2-1 and 3 .x 
are essentially ihe same? the higher ver- 
sion is intended for use with the AG A 
chip set. 

Over the next few months, we'll be 
looking al the construction of standalone 
bool disks including everything you need 
to got an application up and running; 
whether it's Workbench or Word worth, 
this senes will show you how. 

Think about this for a moment — what 
actually constitutes a bootable disk? Such 

J 


the same data but cease to function 
at all. This is exactly what older 
virus killers (and a lot of viruses) used lo 
do to game disks, Swat a fly and the 
essence of insect still exists but the life has 
gone. 

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it is not capable of independent thought 
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rudimentary level (this is, in fact, exactly 
what computer viruses do P hence 
the name). A lot of this is still far away^ 





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make a copy of your Workbench disk - the 
one you normally start the machine with 

j j 

on a daily basis will do. If you have 
added or deified anything from this disk, 
then von should make a copy of the origi- 
nal Workbench floppy and perform the 
initial configuration checks detailed in 
your user manual set the preferences and 
so on. 

If your machine is equipped with a 
hard disk, you could use that but since 
AmigaDOS can be finicky it is better lo 
begin with a floppy. Mistakes on a hard 
disk can be difficult to rectify. 

It is essential to ensure vou have the 

m 

correct '“keymap'' set for the machine, and 
even if you did not bother with this previ- 
ously you must do so now. This is a menu 
selected under 2.04 and operated from the 
Input Preferences screen from 2.1 
Lin wards. Leave the disk write enabled 
and mark it dearly: AmigaDOS Working 
Disk. Mow follow these steps: 

1 , Root the machine from the new disk 
and open it. 

2. Locate and open the System drawer. 

3 , Locate and select the icon labelled 
"Sheir, 

4. Select Leave Out from the icons menu. 
Shell will now move lo the desktop - 
this is a good place to have it since 
you 're going to need it a lot. 

Now the preparatory steps have been 

> 


- j inJ better. The series Ls going to teach 
tt \migaDOS and will be concentrating 
tf 2 and vl While these allow some of 
• operations to be performed from 
W rkbench, you are encouraged to follow 
Cm steps using AmigaDOS only . 

This will give you a better grounding iai 
■ subject, so no cheating, The series will 
- • ■ hl' you arc familiar with basic 
V. .rkbench terms such Drawer, Project, 
I Ki' r Open, Close and so on and the van- 
o us menu options, If you are at all unsure 
f these, this might be a good time to 
'vlresh your memory. 

Yma will also need to know the 
general version of Workbench and 
k ckstart you are using, If you have an 
\5flO Pius or an upgraded A500 you will 
K running Kickstart 2-x; later machines 
*uch as the A 1200 are fitted with Kickstart 

J |^ i 

Provided your machine is not fitted 
>• .:h a hard disk these Kickstart ROMs 
an be identified from the Startup 
-. reen which shows a simple ani- 
“ftjhon of a disk inserted into 
Jnve. 

The version number 
> >hiMA , n in the bottom 
eft of the display. Machines bearing a 
italic ""d isk-atiid-hand " display on s 
.irlup are NUT lilted with the correct 
SOM. 

Workbench should be easier to identify. 
Three versions are in common use with 
these ma chines and this is printed on the 
: . labels Provided the version number 
is two or higher, everything detailed here 



disks are specially prepared to start the 
machine. Awaken Lt, if you like. They 
make the startup screen go away and pre- 
sent you with Workbench, a game, appli- 
cation nr whatever. OtheT than that there 
is nothing to separate bootable disks from 
ordinary' ones. 

Some thinkers consider a valid boot 
disk should contain more than this 
"proto boat-disk". True to an extent: bul 
no-one doubts that an amoeba is 
3 life-farm any more than they dispute 
that mammals are - albeit more 
complex ones! 

If you remove the essence of 
what makes a boot disk 
bootable, it will still contain 


and at this stage we need lo gel over 
some basics. 

For now, you will need; 

• Your Workbench disk 

• tine blank disk 

At this stage you should 





■ TUTORIAL 


> 

ta ken, you can gel to Arnica DOS proper. 
Open the She!] icon and you'll gel a win- 
dow. This ar> Amiga DOS "Shell" win- 
dow. 

Shell is i\ fancy name lor a single-line 
word processor and parser all rolled into 
one, Each Shell will announce itself with A 
standard title: Amiga Shell and a message 
to the effect; "New Shell process %.x'\ 
Don’t worry if the number (kk) shown on 
your machine is different from the one 
illustrated. 

The Amiga is a multitasking environ- 
ment and you can have many Shells open 
at the same time; the only limitation is the 
amount of available memory. 

Process (Shell) number* are automati- 
cally assigned by the machine - you have 
no control over them - although 
Ami gal JOS will attempt to fill any free 
slots. If Shell numbers 1, 2, 3 and 5 were 
already in use and you opened a new 
Shell, the next Shell would open as 
Process 4. Don’t fret it fust works like 
that. 

On the next line y mi'll we something 
called a " prompt". As before this may 
look different on your machine - bui it 
will be there. The prompt is separated i nto 
four distinct parts: 

ft The current process (Shell) number as 
just described . 

• A full stop, This is called a delimiter - 
it’s a form of punctuation which breaks 
the line up and makes it easier to read. 

• The current directory. This will proba- 
bly (but not necessarily) be showing the 
name of your boot disk followed 
by some more punctuation - the tnll 
colon (;) r 

• A right-handed angle bracket (>). 

Just to the right of the prompt is a small 
scfimn! blob. This is known as the cursor 
and shows that AmigaDOS is ready to 
accept input (if the cursor is shadowed, 
make sure vou make the window active 

j 

by clicking Inside its bound ary). 

Forget about all that for noiv. For the 
sake of this senes we II simplify things a 
little and adopt conventkni- 

This prompt is universal- It just means 
whatever follows it should be rvped in M 
the keyboard- That's what ArnigaFJOS is 
all about - leaving behind the "buttons 
and hall" appriiach and discovering how 
ro communicate with a computer from a 
keyboard. 

Try entering your name - not forgetting 
to press Return at the end of the line, For 
instance: 

Wliiga {flouting 

dutiful lv r AmigaDOS responds: 

Alisa: Upline m C&mnd 

AmigaDOS does not know the word 
"Amiga"' - it r s not it ils vocabulary 


However, the AmigaDOS vocabulary by 
its very nature is infinitely extensible- 
Even so, basic knowledge of around 20 
commands (lexicographers call them 
verbs) will get you started 

Each command is Like a simple English 
sentence - it has a verb and one or more 
noun clauses, You don't have to he a poly- 
glot to understand AmigaDOS though, 
consider this; 

Juap! 

This word is a verb meaning to bounce, 
leap or vault. In itselt it constitutes a com- 
plete sentence, albeit an abbrevintod and 
demanding one. Add a few more words 
and you have a more specific sentence, 
vlz.: 

jurp evtf rhe Unit. 


This is the sort of basic English we 
team in school at a very early age, So Is 
AmigaDOS really that complex? In 
essence, it is like a military English, The 
words are, initially, strange but the gram- 
mar and construction are the same, How 
about other languages? If the sentence 


phrase (do) to open the question - 
something which crept Into our colourful 
language several hundred years ago, 
The practice of redundancy has never 
evolved in computer parsers: its too tricky 
to program and wasteful. In order to 
understand AmigaDOS you have to think 
at a simpler level, or at least like a 
Frenchman. A verb I valid command) 
always comes first followed optionally by 

It may help you 
to forget 
computers for 
a while... 

a List of noun clauses (options or 
arguments), The AmigalXJS vocabulary 
is quite large, and since each command 
can be followed by a multitude of 
command arguments, the list of 
possible instruction variants runs into 
thousands. 

Don't be put off by that - it iust means 
vou have access to a tremendously power- 
ful system. If the command cannot be 





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translated into English it looks this: 

Eipelt ynu French! 

The French would argue this is more 
logical and simple since the verb comes 
first (just tike "'jump" in the previous 
instance). In polite English we would 
write th is: 

6& icu $ptik FfEH^hl 

We use a redundant prepositional 


found in the AmigaDOS dictionaries It 
complains with the error Unknown 
Command, 

So where are all those commands? You 
mav remember from lime to time 
lieeing a message like this: 'Tlease insert 
volume; Workbench in any drive'''. 
Although AmigaDOS is asking 
for a disk, the noun rJ volume" is another 
designation for a book - a dictionary 
perhaps, 

There's no accident in that - the design- 
ers chose the analogy deliberately. When 
you ask AmigaDOS to find a command it 


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Things can become a little confusing 
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volumes and directories and the later 
speaks in terms of an office filing sysl 
desktops, drawers, projects, tools and 
on. The evolution of GUIs (such 
Workbench) is responsible for th 
and the A mig aDOS user should be aw a 
of both- 

All you need to know at this stage :* 
that a drawer is a container for a collection 
of items, just as a directory is a list of 
items held therein: an inventory if y 
like. 

It may help you to forget computers for 
a moment and consider this. The analogies 
mav seem unclear until you can get hold 
of something we take for granted. 

Nip Into your kitchen and bas e a look 
through a few drawers: the cutlery 
drawer is usually a good bet. Inside you 
will find a collection of knives, forks, 
spoons, teaspoons - possibly cheese 
graters and an egg slice: all manner ol 
kitchen detritus. 

If you're lucky enough to li ve in a well- 
ordered household, there's a good chance 
the eating irons are all stored together in a 
drawer insert - knives in the knives slot: 
Spoons all together and so on. but if the 
drawer were missing where would every- 
thing go? 

The organisation of a disk is on differ- 
ent and an intelligent user keeps similar 
items together. Items are sometimes 
stored in a subgroup- 

just like the insert in your cutler: 
drawer, the Amiga can store containers 
within containers - which computer seism 
lists refer to as a "directory hierarchy or s 
"hierarchical filing system". 

You can see this in action from the 
Workbench (go on. one last lime l 
Open vour Workbench disk and select 
Show ... All Files. Now locate and open 
the drawer marked DEVS- In 
there you r Ll «e a few items Littered about 
- plus more drawers like Printers and 
Keymaps. 

Now as a parting gesture for this 
TTumth - those of you who re desperate to 
jump in at the deep end wearing conavti- 
boot*- might Like to try this from 
Am igaDOti- Enter this; 


1 > 61 R D E¥Sl 


This will give you the same information 
vou just retrieved from Workbench, 
Note tire drawers are marked in the 
listing (dir). That's because, as 1 
have said, AmigaDOS refers to 
drawers as directories and (dir) 
Is merely an abbreviation to prevent over- 
crowding the display with redundant 
information. Computers are 
good at that... 



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TUTORIAL* 


ery few programs work by 
isequentially executing a series 
of instructions from beginning 
red Normally decisions have fro 
Ll* concerning various calculations 
•Mr-input and, based on the 
me of those decisions, program 
'-I has to be able to branch to, 
Kpe.it , the appropriate sections of 

&S lit Sasic, like all high-level corn- 
languages, provides a selection of 
flow control constructs, and the 
Next statement mentioned last month 
example, 

h e/ Wend Looping is also supported 
s often used for setting up this type 
ianple input/pmeessing loops: 

1 dciny value ts [flftt U1 into the 
n* pm 

PtiHl pf D*[ifS 

xJ^MUFUl «S 

da sor£;hirrj m i r h tl 


A provided arc Do- Lin til and Do- 
loops, which allow pieces of code to 
executed until some expression 
■ics true or false respectively, and a 
fr general type of loop called a 
rpeat/End, 

Such loops have been part and parcel of 
pKivcntional programming for many 
rs but with modern WIMP interface 
Machines, like the Amiga, a new option 
Mk arrival 

The Amiga's operating system includes 
j communications system thal allows 
so communicate with each othcr. 





Intuition, which provides the Amiga's 
user interface, uses litis to monitor things 
like window gadgets, menu and mouse 
interaction., 

HiSoft Basic provides links to a whole 
range of these high-level events and 
mouse, menu, graphics collisions and 
timer events can all be generated and 
detected by your program. 

Because the Amiga is a multitasking 
machine, collecting these events has to be 
done in a special way. The idea is that 
rather than looping around waiting for 
something to liappen (during which time 
the program would he using processor 
time) your program instead has to execute 
a special command that puts it to sleep 
until something of interest happens. 

This mechanism is important in multi- 
tasking systems because it enables proces- 
sor time to be used more effectively. With 
HiSoft Bask the command which sus- 
pends program execution is called Sleep 
pnd the easiest way to illustrate the use of 
this instruction is to take a concrete exam- 
ple. 1 he clock program from instalment 


Know your 
commands 

L ommandi IF-THFN-ELSE 

Syntax; IF Boolean expression t'HEN 

[statements] 

ELSEIF Boolean expression THEN 
[statements] 

ELSE [statements] 

END IF 

I Lirpose: The true /false values of the Boolean express ioos arc evaluated and the speei- 
ne d code is executed for not executed) accordingly. 

C ommand: SELECT... END SELECT 
Syntax: SELECT [CASE I ON] variable 

1CASE I =] case list 
[EXIT SELECT] 

(CASE I =1 [ELSE 1 REMAINDER] 

EMIT SET ,BCT 

Purpose: Allows the execution of one sot of a series of statements to bo made condi- 
tional on the state of A specified variable. 

Command: WHILE... WEND 
Syntax: WHILE condition 

[statements] 

WEND 

1 jrpo-se; The statemetiis spec ified in the loop art executed until the condition becomes 
false. 

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three Again comes to the rescue because it 
contained a Loop which looked like this: 

I_biI t^f iifl a FALSE 

WHILE HOT LEiItJll.fl 

sleep" 

VE Ml 

On the face of it this piece of code would 
execute forever The reason d doesn't 
stems from the fact that we had previously 
executed these timer event statements: 

CH TIKI tl) C-DSv3 Updated 
TIMER ON 

These asked HiSoft basic te deliver timer 
event messages to the dock program and 
the result was that once per second the 
program woke up and executed the rou- 
tine which updated the clock's second 
hand., 

Within this routine an If-Then lest was 
used to check whether the elapsed time 
had become equal to some previously 
identified limit like this: 

IF ircpda=jLC»unt THEN t_eii t_f lag- TRUE 

The result? The variables seconds And 
g_count are compared and, when they 
become equal, ihe slalements following the 
'Then' keyword are executed . 

Fhis forces the variable g_exifr_fUg to be 
set to the value TRUE which in tum causes 
the termination of the While/ Wend event 
handling loop mentioned earlier. 

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Paul Overaa explores 
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complex case testing arrangement based on 
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code section: 

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tm 1 I PRINT V,uV Just 
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USE 4 : PIMM -you've just 
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tm ELSE PRINT "This is flflt a 
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m SELECT 

It's not just Intuition style events that 
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open windows, create menus and do 
graphics as well. 

In next month instalment, the last in this 
introductory series, HI give you some 
example code and mention some of the 
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hen developer Jim Drew 
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hoard, most A nagans gave his claims 
about as much credence as they tend to 
give politicians w htm they promise to 
lower taxes. Unlike the typical politician, 
though, Em plant shows every sign of 
meeting sunn? of the pledge* made for if. 

As it stands now,, Emplant is & Zorro 31 
card fur the Amiga 1 5(1(1 /20t)D (with an 
accelerator board), 3000. and 4W0/04O 
that gives your Amiga the ability to run 
colour Macintosh software. Developers 
Utilities Unlimited say that Emplant will 
work with accelerated A 500s with Z&rro II 
adaptors like the Slingshot. 

Emplanes selling point at the moment 
is its ability to run Macintosh software. 
However, UU tout the board as an all-pur- 
pose emulation solution. 

They claim that modules will eventu- 
ally be available which will allow 1 you to 
run software designed tor the IBM PC; 
Atari ST, TT, Falcon, and 4DQ/&00; 
Commodore VIC 20, 64. 12S, and E J E f 


chase Macintosh ROMs from Apple repair 
centres. 

You plug the ROMs into the Emplant 
and then run a utility that creates a disk- 
based copy of the ROM chips. You can 
then remove the chips and Store them 
away for safekeeping. U you do have a 
Mac, you can use the included ROM info 
utility to create a disk-based copy of your 
Mac's ROMs to use nn the Amiga. 

ONE AT A TIME 

Legally, though, only one copy of the 
ROMs may be in use at j time, so if you 
take this approach the Mac: and Em plant 
shouldn't be in use simultaneously. 

As mentioned before, you need at least 
a fe*H02D processor. You'll also need at least 
2Mb of Fast RAM (4Mb it voiTre running 
Apple's System 7) r and a hard drive is 
strongly suggested - mandatory tor 
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only have the standard 680k drives, you'll 
also need to purchase Utilities Unlimited' 1 - 
£34 Sybil board, w hieh reads real Mac 
disks fairly reliably, but at the moment 
doesn't write to them very well. 

EmpLant will also read disks crea ted by 
the ReadySoft A-Max emulator in stan- 
dard Amiga drives r so if you have access 
to one of those you can use it to transfer 
disks tft an EmpUnt- readable format, l ie 
high -density drive is the best solution. 


though, especially if you need to get 
back to a real Macintosh, 

Once von have all the necessarv 

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plug the Em pi an I board into a vac; 
Zorro slot inside your Amiga.. If you 
got actual Mac ROM chips, plug then - * 
and you're ready to go, hardware-wise 
If only the software side were ho ei 
to get up and running. The included > 
page manual (marked preliminary 
which is as big an understatement as 


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of technology with Utilities 
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2001; Sinclair ZX-81 and Spectrum; Sega 
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Of course, you should never purchase a 
product on the basis of promised future 
capabilities, but if even a few of those emu- 
lations come to be it will be a wonderful 
bonus - and a fantastic way to show 1 off 
your Amiga! Although the Mac emulation 
requires at least a 68020* Drew says some 
of the other emulations will work with the 
68000, 

To get started with Emplant, you'll need 
a set of 256k operating system ROMs from 
a Macintosh II, I lx,, Ilex, or SE/3Q; and 
Macintosh System 6 or System 7 disks. If 
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l 1 ■ <'d Read Me files on the dis-k 
much either. 

and error and some help from 
t n limited s CBS finally got me up 
ig, after two days of frustration, 
up Emplant, ycuu'Ll need to copy 
f from the Emplant disk lo your 
fcve Make sure you don't miss the 
the E.ihs directory, or Em plant 
inusty crash when you try to 

iH then need to add the RsrvMem34 
RsrvMem37 (for 2.x and 3.0) 
lo your Startup Sequence This 
he the first command, before 
Set Patch, as it reprograms your 
*MMU, 

Jtose I lie Mac emulation makes 
• h the MMU on the 030 and 040, 
toft i use Emplant with the EC 030 
i the A4000/030. 

you can load the Emplant soft- 
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(nowhere is this documented... ). 

You’ll now see the Mac Emulation 
Setup screen. Mere vou tell Em plant how 
much memory it can use, what kind of 
video display you want to emulate, where 
your ROM image file is located, and 
which Amiga devices should be used for 
Mac storage. You can allocate some or all 
of your Fast RAM for Em plant use 

FAST CRASH 

There's another chance fora crash here, 
though, The EmpLant video driver (which 
can use up to 800 k nn AG A machines) 
needs some Fast RAM as welt and this 
number isn't included m the fret- memory 
totals on the memory allocation screen. To 
be safe, leave at least lM|t of Fast RAM 
free- 

The final task in setting up Emplant b 
allocating hard drive storage, The™ are 
two options here- Yuu can either dedicate 
a specific partition on your Amiga's hard 
drive, or you can directly connect a 5C5E 
hard drive to Emplant's optional internal 

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size, although you can have multiple par- 
titions. Drives connected to the SCSI inter- 
face can be of any size, f or this review S 
created two 32Mb partitions on my Amiga 
4000 s 3DE drive. 

Once your hard drive is configured, 
you're ready to install the Mae software. 

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Start the emulation software and your 
speedy, colourful Amiga screen becomes a 
black-and-white Mac screen asking for a 
disk. 

Plop the Macintosh hard drive utilities 
disk that comes with the System software 
into vou i floppy drive and the little smil- 
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hard drive partitions, install the System 
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big metal bn* on your desk now holds not 
only an Amiga, hot the functional equiva- 
lent of a Macintosh lid as well (or a Mac 
Quadra if you're lucky enough to have an 
A4000/040). 

MULTITASK I NC 

But best of ill, unlike the earlier A-Max 
emulator, you can run both Amiga and 
Mac programs at the same time’ 

If your Amiga is equipped with the 
ECh chipset., then you can run Mac soft- 
ware in black and white, four colours, or 
lb colours. If you've got an AG A system, 
then vou can run in 256-colour mode. 

The highest-colour mode on your par- 
ticular Amiga m tide I does slow down 
quite a bit, since your Amiga's graphics 
chaps arc fighting with the Em pi ant soft- 
ware for access to memory; 

Still, lb-colour mode is acceptable on 
ECS Amigas, and hlazingly fast on AG A 
machines. The latest software 
update supports the display 
database on 2-1 and 3.0 
Amigas, so you can open in 
any mode, including 800 x &00 
and 1,280x511 

Allhough screen updates 
are a bit slower than the 
equivalent real Mac, actual 
processing speed is very com- 
parable to the real thing- This 
is because the Mac uses the samt' 
Motorola processors as the Amiga, so 


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there is for ^ftware-bgged IBM emulators 

An indicator of how well - and how fast 
- the emaLaticm works is that I was able to 
run Macintosh games on .my Amiga- Falcon 
\\C r a colour Mac version oi (he classic 
flight simulator, ran faster on my A4000 
nanning Em plant in 1 6-colour mode than 
cm a real Mac ] let at work. 

Velocity's Spectre Supreme, a 3D are t idL i 
game similar lo Stellar 7, ran at blaming 
speed under Emplant. And I ivas even able 
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Compatibility is excellent. Every Mac 
program 1 tried on Emplant, including live 
games listed above and heavy-duty appli- 
cations such as Adobe Photoshop and 
Illustrator worked with no problems. 

J also tried a number of public domain 
and shareware programs, once again with ■ 
no troubles 3 was even able to use Apple 
Fite Exchange to read an MS-lXSb disk in 
my Amiga's DFO: drive. 

According to Utilities Unlimited, the 
only programs they’ve found that won’t 
work under Emplant are Apple’s DiskCopy 
program (which talks directly to the Mac 
hardware) and a couple of Microsoft appli- 
cation including Word. 

Apparently Microsoft break a few of 
Apple’s programming guidelines, and UU 
are working on patching those problems so 
even misbehaving programs like Word Will 
work. Stereo sound is available if you’re 
running System 6, hut the emulation is 
silent under System 7 due to changes in 


how the OS handles sound. UU plan to 
address this problem in a tutu re update. 

The Em plant board is available 
equipped with two Macintosh-compatible 
serial ports, which are necessary if you plan 
to iif* 1 a modem or printer with your Mac 
software, or if you want to connect Emplant 
to an AppleTalk network. 

E be ports are h a r d wa rwx m pad b le with 
those on a real Mac, so you can even attach 
a Mac Midi interface to them for use with 
music software. 

Note that the Mac System software only 
supports Image Writer hind LaserWriter 
(PostScript) printers, so if you've got 
another model you’ll have to purchase a 
separate Mac driver for your printer - 
unlike A-Max r km plant doesn't provide 
I mageWriter emulation for other printer 
models. 

As I. mentioned, you can run Macintosh 
and Amiga programs simultaneously^ This 
i?, the best way to get multitasking on the 
Mac - actually - Amiga users will find the 


Things c hange constantly 

Emptanl i* still a product under development, when it lirst shipped in late 1992, it 
wasn't ready - the emulation was unstable, and it didn't even support hard drives. 

As this review is written the company are up to v2,5, and Emplani finally shows 
signs ot stability and maturity However, Utilities Unlimited are still hard at work on 
improving the Macintosh emulation. 

Among features planned tor future updates are support for the sound digitiser 
built onto the implant board Atnigato-Mac file transfer; and support for 24 -M video 
boards including Retina. Rainbow H and 111 DCTV. Resolver, Domino, ImpactVislon- 
24. Vivid-24. and firecracker 24. 

UU say that OpalVIsion, Merlin, and Harlequin support may be provided eventually 
ns well, pending support from the manufacturers. 

Updates of the Mac emulation software are available free of charge on various 
online networks, from UU’s BBS. and from Emplant dealers. 





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excellent. Every 
Mac program I tried 
worked with no 

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Mac idea of multitasking simultaneously 
laughable and frustrating., 

Multi Finder under System 6 and the 
binder under System 7 do allow you to run 
more Ilian one: program, but many applica- 
tions aren't multi talk ing- friend ly and w ill 
block out other programs tor long periods 
of time. 

Also, the Mac operating system busy- 
waits, which means that wen when 
Em plant is sitting there doing nothing 
except displaying the Macintosh interface, 
it's taking up about 40 per cent of your pro- 
cessor time. 

You can adjust Em plant's system prior- 
ity so that it takes up less time when it’s just 
running in the backgnound- 

The emulated Mac's screen is a standard 
Amiga screen which cun be flipped and 
pulled down. Screenshots lor this article 
were saved with a standard Amiga screen 
grabber, 

Unfortunately, ah of this w riling LTL r still 
haven't implemented any sort of tilt* mins- 
fer software, so the two brains in your 
Amiga can't talk to each other. 

To’ transfer files from the Mac side to 
the Amiga side l was forced to connect the 
Amiga's serial port to one of the Emplanf 


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pe rsona 1 1 tie 

UU plans to emulate a number 0 J 
16-bit and 6- bit platforms usin: 
Emplant hardware. Most likely next « 
is the IBM 386/486 emulation. 

Although UU had indicated ear* a 
that they might m^ke an adaptor lo p 
an Intel processor onto the Em 
board, they now believe lhat they '■ 
achieve 486 speed on Ihe A4000 ui 
software Ira relation only, 

Alih o ugh many kn o wledg e~ 4 
Amigans are sceptical of this dam 
same folks also said there was no 
you could create a Mac emulator 
would mulhtask with the Amiga. 

The game console emulations w 
handled by an adaptor that attaches 
the ROM sockets and will add a 
tridge connector that you can plug ga r 
cartridge's into. Nintendo and Sega 
a bit lawsuit-happy, though, so 1 11 
surprised if this capability ever mah 
lo market, 

All Emplant emulation modules 
multitask wilh Amiga programs. 


serial port* with a null-modem cable 
use terminal programs on each side 
move the files. 

UU have confirmed that transfer ) 
ware should be available soon that 
allow direct copying of files from An 
partitions h> Mac partitions. 

As mentioned earlier, Empknt Is a*, 
able with optional 5CSI and serial 
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called Empset-device which allows you || 
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Although it wasn't ready as of this v. tM 
ing. UU also promise a driver soon ;1 
will let you set up Amiga part] t ion- r 
devices attached to the Emplant ^Sl p> n 

Another promised driver w ill lei 
plug four l.2Hk b R A M chips Inti.' 
Emplant board, add a battery, and ha«V 
512k of auDoboot battery (rcurked-up R Al 
storage- So Emplant Is more than an emi 
tor - it's also a ittu I ti-fu action expans 
card for your Amiga. 

Is Emplant worth it? If you absolusi 
need to run professional-quality sottv- 
such as Quark X Press and Ad< ) 
Photoshop that’s not available for ' 
Amiga At £2^5 for the basic board ai 
about £150 for a set of I5hk Mac RO! 
you got the capabilities of a £1,: 
Macintosh- 

And although the Mac is an od 
machine, it's much easier for Amiga l-m 
to make this transition than to thv 
Even if UU never deliver on the addih- n 
emulation modules, Emplant is a gr- 
Mac emulator. Any additional featmv- 
extra icing in the cake. 



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A lthough the Amiga 
has always won 
great praise for its internal 
pound, the ever increasing popularity of 
Mam md CD has meant that audio stan- 
dards are much higher than they um.i 1 to 
bt - especially for those involved in pre- 
Brntation, video and of course music, 

With the increasing complexity and 
■tphistication of multimedia in general. 
II jj support is becoming the norm rather 
mm the exception, and if S this window m 
I"- market that The One Stop Musk Shop 
hts been designed, to exploit, 

\t- you've probably guessed, TOSMS is 
: ■■ try unique in the world of Midi mod- 
i. kes - rather than connection via a stan- 
di ■ ’ Midi interface., the card slides into a 
no slot offering stereo RCA outs plus a 
I Hn twin Midi 3/0 port at the rear. 


b&FFro nr ^uperjam. 

If vou don't happt-n to own any of the 
aforementioned software the hardware 
can ntill be used, however this will require 
connection of the card's second Midi con- 
nector to a standard Midi interlace, etfec- 
tively making the Amiga the world s 
biggest ever PSU, 

In short, running T05M5 without Blue 
Kibbnn software means much of the 
appeal of the unit is sacrificed^ primarily 
due to the occupied serial port and, of 
course, the lack of any direct links to the 


MUSIC* 


The Amiga's first 
plug-in synth 
offers 1 6-bit Midi 
sound from inside 
the machine, 
Paul Austin 
auditions.,. 


plete sound editor designed Spiecifkal! ■. 
for the Proteus Sound Engine al the hear! 
of the TOSMS. 

In addition to the essential and ex^’S- 
!t«nt editor - which I’Ll return to Later ~ the 
utilities include a Loop-Back option allow- 
ing direct control of the module via a 
mother koyboanj- 

Once active, any channel or patch 
changes are passed directly to the card 
allowing the auditioning of sounds 
without the need for on-line 
sequencing software. 

En a blatant attempt to cap- 
italise on the card’s multi- 
media potential, a 
dedicated One-Stop Midi 
layer comes as part of 
the package, allow- 
ing any previously 
corded song to be 
up either sin- 
gularly or as part of 
a complete set and 
then played back 
at the dick of a 
button. No chan- 
nel changes, no 
patch be lection, 
just a simple Load and play. 

As well as a point-and-click 
interface, the player also 
boasts full ARexx support, a 
feature which is ably demon- 
strated by a demo provided as 
part of the software support- 
Th ARexx link again illus- 
trates the card's multimedia 
pretentions allowing any 
ARexx-compatibie software to address 
the card, loading and playing 
complete works as part of a W'ider 
presentation. 

An added bonus for the already 
impressive player is the General Midi 
standard adopted by the module. In effect 
this means that any Midi composition 
designed on a similar CM module will 
play back faultlessly, as both modules by 
default share common sounds at any spe- 
cific patch number. As mentioned earlier, 
TOSMS comes complete with its own 
sound editor which in my opinion is one 


Free port 

The question is, why bother? With the 
range of modules and keyboards on 
market, what’s the big Advantage in 
ttevmg an internal version? 

Well, for the studio musician the 
■ er is none at all However for multi- 
- - .:ia exploits, freeing the serial port has 
: -nnct advantages, as indeed it does for 
0I\ . which often depends OH additional 
* + connected via the serial, 

Obvimiah r with the aforesaid port free, 
n -brig serial-batted production tools are 
i“il! available which can then be combined 
w th I OSMS via AKexx, SMPTE or the 
cedent multimedia options available 



within the new McFFroS which provides 
links lo various 24-bit boards, Sea I a, gen- 
locks - the list goes on and on... 

Once safely installed, complete with 
connections to an amplifier and prefer- 
ably a compatible master keyboard, 
you're in business assuming you’re the 
owner of either a version of 6 Pi pcs, 


software in the form of default bands and 
assorted tools and plug- in accessories. 

With the hardware hidden within the 
bowels of an A150Q or whatever, control 
obviously lias to be software-oriented, and 
as a consequeni L 1 thf disk accompanying 
the hardware contains not unlv assorted 

a 

utilities for managing the card but a com- 


of its biggest attractions providing the 
most approachable editing environment 
available for any Midi module. 

As you'd expect from Blue Ribbon, the 
interface is attractive, intuitive and easy to 
manipulate with the main thrust 
being aimed at the manipulation of the 

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July 1993 










MUSIC 






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The Imprviilw found birJIctfrtg pttvwrr oJ the link 

option fliiMtgihte tht iFOt and itOifft rde control 


Card's primary and secondary sound 
sources, 

These two elements are the key to the 
E-MU Proteus Sc^ndEnginv allowing the 
combination nf am 1 two of th v 213 sam- 
pled- waveforms stored within the 
ROMs at the heart of this award -winning 
synth- 

At its most simplistic, sound genera- 
tion is simply a matter of selecting two 
complementary sounds which then com- 
bine to produce the new lone.. 

As you can see from the screenshots, 
each instrument source comes complete 
with a selection of slider controlled 
parameters to adjust the tuning, volume, 
pan position, starting point and the rela- 
tive delay of the component sound within 
the overall sound. 


Envelopes 

In addition, each of the components 
has its own amplitude envelope- providing 
complete control over the Attack, hold, 
decay and release of the chosen sound - 
with" any changes being auditioned 
instantly via a miniature keyboard with 
chorus and sound reversal close at hand 
with a siropiv click on the appropriate 
button. 

Assuming the new 1 sound is roughly to 
vnur taste, the tine tuning can begin cour- 
tesy of the most ingenious element within 
the editor. 

In order to blend the component instru- 
ments within the new sound, adjusting 
the volume within each instrument win- 
dow will be more than adequate* 
However if a more dramatic comb inn bon 
is required, the editor's crossfade option 
has to he the next port of call. 

From here you can define exactly how 

p 

the two sounds interact, either over time 
or according to the relative strength of the 
key depression. For example, at its mnsl 
simple a crossfade could start with one 
sound and gradually evolve into the next 
using the speed and direction of your 
choice. 

Alternatively, when combined with the 
real-time and velocity modulation options 
the cross fa do can produce a split key- 
board, or perhaps a sound that uses one 
tone below a certain depression strength 
while sw itching to the second, and per- 
haps more dynamic, sound when, struck 

A mi tin Conioutirm July 1993 



The tide of litrtJfNJ onflod of oil the 

elements blend to create fllf ullfoHilfc perlfJl 


Saving your creations 


Assuming your now patch or bank of patches are finally complete, the next lask 
is to save it. Obviously the new sound can t bewritlen to the ROM and if the 
Amiga happens to be switched off all your hard work will oe lost. 

As a result, either individuals or entire banks can bo saved to disk and loaded 
hack into the $ynth as required - tempo ranly overwriting the defaults. 

Obviously for performance use constantly loading the editor and subse^ 
quentiy the necossary voices would be cumbersome at best. 

As * consequence yet another utility allows an entire user-defined sound set 
to be loaded by simply clicking on a start-up icon on the Workbench or alterna- 
tively placing the appropriate command in either the WBsTartup drawer o? 
startup* sequence. 


more firmly. 

Assuming tone generation, mixing 
^nd crow fading is complete, we can 
safely move to thi> penultimate duet in the 
editing department, namely the twin 
LFOs r or Low Frequency Oscillators that 
dominate the left side of the main edit 
window. 

Five waveforms a re available within 
each LFO, including: sawtooth, sine, trian- 
gle, square and random with each LT'O 
applying its particular selection to add old 
favourites such as vibrato, modulation 
and tremolo to the rapidly evolving 
sound. 

If required, the effects produced by the 
LF0 duel can be combine with other fea- 
tures within the editor such as real-time 
and key velocity modulation to apply the 
desired feature over lime and according to 
the strength of ke\ depression 

Although rather complex Initially r both 
forms of modulation and their relation 10 
the LFOs do become clearer with a little 
experimentation. 

With the duct chosen and assorted 
para meters applied you'd think the new- 
sound would be complete, but then?'* one 
last twist in the tail. Courtesy of yet 
another window hidden in the upper right 
coiner of the main window, even more 
tinkering awaits. 

Once opened, the Link option reveals a 
series of sliders allowing an additional 
three existing presets to be appended to 
the one already being edited. 

As a result it r ^» possible to build really 
big sounds via a multiple preset combina- 
tion* However, it must be stressed that 
using multiple presets to build a new 


voice dues have its drawbacks. 

Just like the original Proteus, the 
Amiga valiant - like most sound 
modules - has a maximum 32- note 
polyphony which means that no more 
than 32 notes or voices can he played 
simultaneously. 

As a result, adding up to four presets to 
a smgle note means polyphony can suffer 
quite dramatically, especially if the afore- 
said note is played as part of a triad 
chord thereby instantly burning 12 of the 
32 voices on just one chord and leaving 
precious few for the rest of the 
com position. 


Keyboard splits 


However, this doesn't mean the feature 
is useless, and in fact if used wisely wish 
perhaps two or three presets and thought- 
ful application any voice and thereby song 
can really improve. 

In addition, all the component presets 
can be defined to play between a specific 
pitch allowing multiple keyboard tip I its 
with up to four voices spread over a single 
patch location* 

On the plus; side the accompanying 
software is excellent offering all the utili- 
ties and editing options you could a*k for* 

In addition, the card fits seamlessly into 
the overall Blue Ribbon range with input 
and output tools for B&PPro, an accessory 
version of the editor for on-line editing, a 
png-defined plug-in band for Super] Am 
V 1 .1 plus total compatibility with 
Patch metier - Blue Ribbon's very own 
librarian software When you add all of 
the above to the hoard's obvious multime- 
dia talents, and probably one of the best 


sound- to-noise ratios available from 
module, the overall combination si 
unbeatable.. 

How 1 ever TOSMS isn t without 
faults- Firstly the preset tones can som 
little dated in relation to the latest si 
da lone modules,, primarily because 
ROMs inside are from the very iirst gt 
a lion of the Sound Engine which is now 
its third revision. 


Addition 

Although the ROM sounds are a lit 
disappointing the situation cou 
have been easily resolved by the add its 
of the one thing that the module lad 
more than anything else - A built-in -dig.il 
reverb. 

Almost all modern stand-alone itu 
ules. come with reverb as standard but al 
the TOSMS isn't one of them, resulting 
a very dry overall sound. 

Even with the problems mentions 
TOSMS remains a viable and portal 
solution to the problem of incorporal 
quality sound into multimedia prodi 
tions* It's pretty unlikely the card wi 
find its -way into the average studio 
for those Involved in DTV and 
dia in general it s worth 
consideration. 


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indscapc's Miracle keyboard, 
reviewed some mouths ago, 
attracted Fave reviews in this 
^ other magazines be<ause it was 
’*•' extremely well thought out, and 
capable o f teaching idiots like me to 
the piano, 

fie the original review, S've been pro- 
tc haltingly through the songs supplied 
the package, but recently have tailed lo 
j p with, practice because many of the 
are Less than contemporary. 

Sbr example, the ultimate lesson which, 1 
to add. I’m still some way off, focuses 
HlndeV* Water Music. Now, E wouldn't 
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ik>p<Tsions on thi^ piece's attraction to 
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ion volumes one and two. each disk 
icd with 40 songs from a variety of 
■iv some of w r hom are actually still 
irng. 

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confirm the presence of songs as diverse 
the gut-chumingly soppy Hello from 
Richie and perh-^p^ the ultimate Lndict- 
of American culture. Rhinestone 
[Cowboy. 

I jjtiog the collection as a whole, some of 
wpgs seem to have been included so that 
■zan practice a time for Christmas Eo 
fc h old aunty Gladys knows the words. 


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Passing the disks around the office 
brought a variety of reactions, from pleasant 
surprise to Outright embarrassment (the lat- 
ter from the Lionel Richie fan)., so there 
seems to be a fair amount on each to spit 
most tastes. My own favourite inclusions 
are Hey Jude, In the 
Midnight Hour and Dream 
Weaver, and though I can't 
play any of them yet P C TJ be 
having a damned good try, 
Installing the songs is sim- 
ply a matter of double click- 
ing on the dink's Instill icon 
and following instructions. 
When installed^ the songs 

v^T Irurti to play 

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Miracle keyboard, and Imagine gets 
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will be accessible to Miracle software, but 
only as additional practice pieces. 

Extra songs (of which there are over 2 CO 
on the original disks) can be played tn the 
pradrice room using either left, right, or 
both hands at a user-defined tempo until a 
degree of mmpelejiee is reached, but there 
is none of the superb tuition associated with 
Miracle’s set lesson*. 

This to play a song from the new collec- 
tion it is a prerequisite that the user pro- 
gresses through the original Lessons to the 


Imagine 3.0 

The review of Real 3D v2 in Ibis issue is guaranteed to build 
speculator! and expectation for the release of ihe next version of 
as closest rival 

Imagine 3.0 is due to see the light of day later in Ehe summer 
and promises to include enough fealutes to ensure hostilities on 
•he ray tracing Irani recommence with their old vigour. 

Developments in Ihc commercial world which have bean 
TeNected in Real 3D v2 include modelling tools such as twist, 
"apar, bend, and shear, all of which will appear in imagine 3,0. 

In addiEion. ihe inclusion of brush and texture 'lacking' 1 - the 
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nan entire objects - should make complex objects much easier 
to create. 

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Mature, Working in much the same way as skeletal splines 
hones will make human or animaEdike figures more natural and 
give the user much mote control over the way they move, 

Other major new features include real -time 3D animation pre- 
view, AGA support, an enhanced forms editor, a new terrain sdi- 



TlFir fut c af imaglrie 2.0 will soon bf for thr better 

tor for creating landscapes, and (as long last) much improved 
anti-aliasing. 

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mation, and there is no way of knowing if Imagine 3.0 will be able 
Eo- match Real 3D's advanced animation techniques such as Ehe 
new collision detection feature. 

Watch this space For more updates as they happen. 


same level as the song- 

Any attempt lo Jump straight - into one of 
the more difficult ones Is therefore doomed 
ro failure as the bud ding pianist runs into 
unfamiliar chords and techniques-, he or shy 
has never before had to use, Luckily, those 
clever Software Toolworks chippies have 
built a certain degree of idiot-pnx into 
the abjection, 

SKILL LEVELS 

Each and every snng comes in iwo 
flavours, easy and difficult. The easy songs 
are usual iy pitched at around level 15 in 
Miracle terms {less than half way io the final 
level 40), and the difficult versions at a 
knuckh'-buhtEtig level 35 or beyond. 

It is therefore possible for the beginner Eo 
learn, his or her fav ourite tunes while still on 
the nurse rv slopes, then progress to the black 
runs with the development of either suffi- 
cient mastery or enough blind arrogance, 

l had a crack at the easy level 15 version of 
Hey |udc and found it to be playable, though 
not exactly version Mr McCartney would 
have -been proud ot, so there's hope for the 
rest of the collection. 

Overall, the 5flng Collection disks are a 
"must buy" tor anv Miracle owner and 

■a .* 

on ha nee the wider appeal of the whole 
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ivories. 

The disks are available from Mird scape 
(M44 246333) and cost £49,95 each, a price 
which is pretty sleep for a single floppy, but 
which presumably takes into account the fact 
that the 40 original titles all have owners and 
all of them take a small cul 


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Talking of packages, the new Blitz 2 
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Library and Examples - plus ad assort- 
ment of manuals. Blitz magazines and 
so on. 

EXTRA GAMES 

The review package also provided A 
couple of Other disks containing some 
Blitz 2 public domain games, but to be 
honest it wasn't made dear whether these 
are now part of the Blitz ,2 package or 
were just thrown in as extras on this 
occasion. 

The main documen tatiort is spill into 


two parts, n&iTItly an ATsized reference 
manual, and an AS-sized user guide. The 
reference manual is dearly written, clearly 
laid Dut, and very adequate. 

One of the things that I particularly 
liked is that commands and function are 
grouped according to use, rather than sim- 
ply being thrown together as a straight 
alphabetical keyword /commands listing. 

This makes the manual easy to use and 
it's a diddle for example to locate all the 
string functions, or all of the program flow 
control statements, offered by the lan- 
guage. There are plenty of examples of une 
(one for almost every command) although 
the main tutorial-style discussions arc 

j 

reserved for the user guide which does an 
equally reasonable job at providing an 
overview' and gentle introduction to the 
Language. 

To enter and compile Basic programs, 
you need a text Lditor. Blitz 2 comes with 
an editor called Ted which acts as both an 
interface to the Blitz 2 compiler and as a 
standalone text editor. 

Ted is a fast, reliable editor which has 


all of the usual types of project and block 
loading and saving options. There's 
mouse controlled cut and paste and 
search /re place facilities which include 
Case sensitive/ insensitive search toggles. 

As with most such editors, Ted is fairly 
average looking display-wise but it’s 
pretty obvious that some thought has 
gone into this offering and in use some 
nice touches can be found. 

HIGHLIGHTS 

You can, for instance, feset the current 
directory from Blitz 2 r s file requester - this 
is useful when additional files need to be 
loaded as a program is run. 

Another feature, especially useful for 
structured programmers, is the Amiga- A 
combination which automatically high- 
light? the current line and any lines above 
or below il which are indented by the 
same number of spaces. 

The compiler itself is called directly 
from the editor menu and provides at! the 
usual types of user-definable options for 

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Grand graphics 

□n the graphics front, Bsilz 2 scores very highly Indeed, The language provides the pro- 
grammer with a whole range ol easy-to-use high-level: objects including Intuition event- 
onented mouse, menu, gadget, window, and screen support. 

Also on oiler are obfcects which concern themselves with spntes, bitmaps, palettes, 
shapes, Iniyifonis and Blitzfonts (special 8 if B fnnla for fasl Bilmap text). 

Incidentally, Blitz 2 also allows the use of both IFF samples and 
Soundtrackeri'NoiseiracheF song modules One of the nice things about the overall Blitz 
2 object approach is that all objects land to be handled in a similarly consistent fashion - 
this help to make programs easier to both write and read. 


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PREVIEW 


Building 

structures 

Anyone who has ever done any C program 
ming on the Amiga knows how imoorlanl 
ihe C structure <s. Structures are complex 
variables which allow the programmer to 
bundle together sels of use* related vari- 
ables and sreal them as a single unit 
Ofie of the most interesting additions lo 
Blit? 2 is that the compiler now supports 
NewType variables which to all intents and 
purposes are Blitz 2-styte C structure delink 
lions. Supposing, for example, that you 
wanted to define a uni! tor stonng details gl 
appointments held in a computerised diary. 
With Blitz 2 you could do it like this: 


HJuTTfLimtniifn! 
tiie.qj 
d j y r b 
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jptar ,b 
detti Is! 

Ell HGHTfPF 


Once this type of unit has been defined 
variables can be assigned to it by using the 
NewType name as a suffix., eg 
example. appointment, and from this point 
on Individual members of the unit can be 
manipulated using the backslash (\) 
character; 


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Ft r nt tiiiple^fir 


NewTypes are extremely useful and as 
well as being able to m elude other 
NewTypes within a NewType definition it is 
also possible to include arrays. 

Some more good news for the serious 
programmer is that direct support tor linked 
list operations has now been implemented. 
Li sis are di mensioned in much the same 
way ns arrays but can be manipulated with 
special commands and functions such as 
ResetUst Addllem() t AddLastfj, Nexiltem(f 
and so on. 

if. for example you wished to create a list 
of 30 of the appointment structures jusl illus- 
trated you could do it like tti<g: 


Oil Ust Jufie.app 0 ir.TipM I 50 I 


and Tram that pomt on you could use any gr 
all of Blitz 2 r s List manipulation Functions 
on thai NewType variable set! The 
Blrtz example disk has. some extremely 
good illustrations of how lists of graphic 
object NewTypes can be created and 
manipulated. 

Another facility that Blitz 2 supports, and 
which though not usually Found will be 
beloved by users wilh some C experrence, 
is the use of € pointer operator. Morn C style 
magic is provided with support For manifest 
constants, conditional compilation, Blitz 2 
macro definitions and the use of Resident 
files that contain precompiled Fists of 
NewTypes. macros and constants. 

If ihis is not enough the manual mentions 
that facilities, that allow programmers to link 
Blitz 2 programs to € code modules wifl be 
available in the near future . 


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including debugging info, minimising 
code size, creating icons for executables 
and so on. 

In addition Id this,, the compiler sup- 
ports an array of control directives that 
iv hen placed within the program 1 ’ them- 
mHvcs control such things as mode selec- 
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generation. 

Like most Basic compilers Blitz 2 can 
report two types of errors - compile tune 
errors which caUMr 1 the compiler iq slop 
and display a diagnostic message on the 
scrm r and run lime errors. 

To help with detection of the latter, blitz 
2 provides a run-lime debugger that, if 
enabled, will be activated automatically 
when, and if. such errors occur. 

It's possible to trace program execu tion, 
switch between debugging and program 
displays and perform ihmgs like expres- 
sion evaluation- Trace options include both 
backwards .md forward single stepping 
and of course the ability to step backwards 
through the code that was executed prior 
to a break gives the programmer much bet- 
ter than average chances of seeing why the 
error occurred in the first place. 


Blitz 2 also provides other tools includ- 
ing the Lntliitonfe, shape maker., and map 
edit utilities, and.., an assembler. 

Like all BasEcs, Blitz 2 has areas where it 
has its own flavour and one of these is in 
the way variable types arc declared. Blitz 2 
supports six different types of primitive 
variables - five number types plus the 
usual string variables. 

Numeric variables can be byte (8-bit), 
word (16-bit), lung word (32-bit), or float- 
ing point and there 's also a q (quick) num- 
ber tj pe which Lifters a two-byte fixed 
point format for fast manipulation of deci- 
mal numbers. 

Where Blitz 2 differs from other Basics js 
in its type notation - number variables have 
to be given Setter-based suffixes so whereas 
in, say r HiSoft Basic you'd might write a 
lb-bit integer called ioqp_counl as 
loop_emmt^ you'd need to use 
Loop_countw withBlitzZ. 

Although it is admittedly easy enough 
to convert tmm one form to die other it is. 


The Jntui'kKUs utfflfF in fKtton 


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...blisteringly 
fast and offers 


some stunning 
Am iga- orientated 
graphics 

lo minimise potential portability problems, 
probably a good idea to instead use Blitz2 r s 
OefType command, This allows you to pre- 
Liet Ian* variable h acid ^li a void the u^t L 

of explicit letter-based suffixes. 

Surprisingly Bldz Baste does not recog- 
nise REM as a remark indicator - it u*^ the 
semicolon instead (a common 68000 assem- 
bler convention). To my mind this is plain 
stupidly in the world of Basic but to be hon- 
est it doesn't really cause any serious prob- 
lems once vou are aware of the fact 

Even when physically converting files 
written uving other Basics it is only a matter 
of globally replacing all RE Vis with semi- 
colons! 

One things tluit is likely to attract many 
of the more advanced Amiga, program triers 
to Bbtz 2 is the fact that an in-line 68000 
assembler is provided . 

OK, so 68k coding isn't everybody's cup 
of tea, but it's nice to know that these facili- 
ties are there if. or wlu-n, you need them. 
The good news for most coders is that even 
without dropping into 68k code. Blitz Basic 
2, like the original Blitz Basic, is blisteringly 
fast and it offers some stunning Amiga-ori- 
ented graphics facilities. 

These include super-smooth scrolling 
and dual-pLiyfield iricks available using 
Blitz Basic's Blitz Mode command, which 
allows programs to suspend normal multi- 
tasking and take over ihe whole machine. 

While many of the Blit/ 2 display tricks, 
can be achieved by anyone (including 
beginners) there is no shortage of provision 
fur the mure advanced user and if you 
fancy a Basic whose options include com- 
mands for things like copper list manipula- 
tion and so on, then vou need look no 
further Elian BlltzJ. 

EVe certainly been very impretssed with 
the enhancements provided by Blitz Basic 


2, especially with the C- slide lane 
extensions, but when I first encouni 
the Blitz way of doing certain opera! 
my firal reaction was "some of these 
may cause problems for the new 
coder". 

Within hours of using ihe package 
changed my mind and now suspect 
because the overall size of the lang- 
(even with Its extensions) is smaller 
alternative offerings, Blitz Basic 2 is 
te> be less difficult to get to grips with 
many other Basacs. 

Certainly even novice programmers 
going to be able to produce a M of cl 
effects very easily indeed. Needless, to 

/ JT 

the more experienced coders will find 
Blitz. 2 offers stunning possibilities 

It deserves to do well,, but obviuth 
acquiring this success is lifcete to be 
thing of an uphill struggle given that Am.. 
HiSoft Basic and GFA Basic have alre.j-. 
captured most of the potential market. 

Whether current Basic programme 
will'GWap to 111 i t/ 2 remains to be seen, 
it may well draw its support from other | 
areas. There are, for instance an awful 
of serious C /assembler coders who cl 1 
rently tend to be unimpressed with bwfc. 
you fall into this category my advice is m 
have a look at Blitz 2 because I suspect Lhn 
it may change your mind. 




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94 









TECHNICAL HELP! 


Old hard 
drive 

My son has an Amiga bQQ 
Pius and has just recently 
acquired a hard drive with 
■ ' r a memory and power supply From a 
:r-unct A5QQ, 

Problem is, the person who §ave my 
son (he drive did not give instructions on 
" :w to install it and unfortunately has 
jf'ce emigraied to Singapore. 

I therefore ash your advice and. it pos- 
Ola, lull Instructions for installation-, 
so, as it is a "used but good” hard 
:-sve how does my son de-inslail It in 
lulure if il tails? 

Ara there any manuals available deal- 
ng with hard drives, both ihe hardware 
and software side, which cover topics 
- jch as creating directories, copying 
es, and so on? 

I have heard that some games will not 
jn Irom a hard drive, Please explain why 
md whether there is any indication when 
: uying the game that they wil* not run. 

Lasity, do you know ol any reputable 
“ompanies supplying shareware or PD 
software specially lor the A50Q Plus or 
, en any bulletin boards specifically for 
"■e Amiga? I have access to a PC- based 
modem al work. Are there any utilities to 
onvert IBM games to run on Ihe Amiga 

D Lewis, Caerphilly 



Hmm , r! a nervous first time 
Amiga hard dove owner if ever 
/Vs seen one. Luckily, as the 
j. r c drive to aiwdy teen used on an 
-^iga, you might have very Utile wojnk fo 
do 


Assuming the dnve has not been dam- 
iged, plug it in, turn on (first the drive 
cower, then the Amiga power) and wait 
n\{i boot-up. With tuck , the hard drive will 

■ ck m and you won't have to bother with 
' (matting or any tiresome partitioning 
o f ocess. 

tf tfm drive fails to boot check to see if 
i n as a game switch and, if so, that it is in 
,r -e boos posihon. If this pans out you may 
ive to locale the drive's manufacturers 
' ~r software with which to format ft. 

As you failed to mention the drive 
-aka or model, l can't help you on this 
scom i so we'lf assume ihe drive works. 

Manuals do exist for hard drives tn 
general, but they are more often than not 

■ bit technical and concentrate on the 
' adware side ai'most exclusively. A good 
jemrai AmigaDOS guide from Bruce 
Smith Books (0923 894355) would be of 
J more use. 

Finally, games which require a tub 1Mb 
-• AM in which Jo run wifi often faii to run 
□m hard drive because the oof of Soar- 
ing a Workbench uses as much as 200k. 

ft the hard drive comes with its own 
^AM expansion , this should not be a 
■ ' hiem, but the insistence of Amiga soft- 
ware companies on disk protection which 
-ekes it impossible to install a game to 
• : rd drive will cause you much more 
gnef Good fuck f 



Monitors , broken disk drives and poorly 
power supplies tax our experts in the 
definitive Amiga technical clinic 


Out of print 

F I have L in Amiga A500 Plus and 
li Commodore WPS 127(1 printer. 
The problem i* r I can't get the 
printer to work. I've tried several books 
but with no success. Please give me a step- 
by-step guide on what to do. E'm 
desperate. 

Dmmi King. Msrham 

Er ... at the nsJk of sounding facetious, 
have y&u read the manual which 
antm TiNJ/r the printer? Ymi should 
folhm* tlu! standard troubleshooter step* such as 
making sure printer is plugged m r switched 
oil *uid n suitable cable is cortrteCfhtg it to the 
Amiga, 

Next nsfite sun: that the printer is (m-liw by 
cb add Fig toe front panel for She indicator tight 
ivhkh is present on mty printer. It might be 
labelled "ready", but ns long as 
it is iictov, your printer is ready to data. 

Sf ail dm is taken cm of and the printer has 
paper, hoot frtwpr \Norkhcjrch, opm a Shell, ami 
typt 

COPV S;SIHTUP-SEISJilCE TO Mil 

As long as you hime some sort of printer driver 
selected in your prefs settings (generic wilt do to 
begin wiihh the printer should me reel off your 
startup-sequence * If it doesn't, go bed to the 
begmmng and check all ihe above steps. and if 
wur printer is Stitt jji.it mwkittg il back for a 
nfwid! 

CDTV queries 

I have an AbfNI with 5\2k fust 
RAM and 512k chip RAM and ! 
am considering buying the A570 
CD-ROM drive now that the price has 
gpnt down to £150 However, I hiuvesome 


questions before 1 buy: 

1. How do 3 hoot up CDTV software? 
Does the Amiga boot using a CPTV r -style 
Kkkstart? 

2. When using Workbench, doe^ the A570 
count ds a device like an external floppy 
or a h L ird drive? 

3. Does the A 571) have a SCSI through 
port so [ can fit a hard drive or extra 
memory? 

4. blow will ] be able to hook up my 
Amiga to a hi-fi so that [ can play CDs 


using my amp and speakers? 

Finally, one of my main reasons for get- 
ting the A 570 is the fact that I buy a lot of 
PD, so the CDPD collections could be nf 
great use to me. However. [ thought the 
id*a vi PD was that people could only 
charge for the disc copying costs. Surety 
this i* less than £19.W 

Jim McKenzie f Old Stevenage 

ti r answer fn your quest tens, if 
should start by pointing out that 
use of the A570 requires l Mb chip 
RAM and Kickstart 2.04, So please bear in 
imud that ypu r f! bra oc to upgrade your 
machine before buy mg the drive. 

L With the A570 in place, the Amiga will boot 
either from r/ti> jjjfgriwF flippy* if it contains ir 
disk, or from Ffa 1 CD. 

2. Yes . the AS70 appears as CD0: f uncf if a 
twn-pmtected disc is being used ifs contents 
can be jcccssci trsfprg the usrtof Aflii^flDOS 

3. Tfjc .4570 has Fro SCSI or DMA through 

hji i mi ll hare Jn mufe sun that law ert?; ' 
bun a hard drive m SAM expansion with a 
through port, then connect r he A570 on the 
end. You it have a very long A5U0, her it will 
he a rather powerful one. 

4. To enable the ptaymg of CD musk through 
external speakers, the AS 70 Jins s/cr ltf midh 
out plume sockets m the rent casing, so il is a 
simple matter of hiking the drive up to your 
amplifier's fnur (FI to play audio CDs as 
rronpjflT 

Y'lw coflmneiJfs an the price of PD CD Jfscs 
shorjfrf really be redirected to Atmalhera 
Systems,, producers of the CDPD collection. 
I'm sure they'll he happy fo ri^HtoCr jtrr w 
flWrrigs ui'Ji Ih tve about buying riOO PD disks 
tor £20, 


Diskfont dabbling 

I hive an A500 Plus and an Amstcad NCI 00 Notepad which t bought alter 
reading the review In your Amiga Market Shop Window section. The only 
drawback in whg| is otherwise a fine machine is (he noivbacklit screen. 

I have ProlesJ v4.3 from ihe January CoverDish. so I decided to invest in the 
Lapcat software and cable and now the Amiga can talk to (tie Notepad and vice versa. 

However, on loading Lapcal my system tells me “Error opening library 
Diskfont library vS?'\ Strangely enough, if you dick on Abort, the program carries 
on and runs perfectly well. 

I rang Arnor at Peterborough where l purchased the Lapcat software and they told 
me that the program doesn't call for this library. He said 11 must be a problem with 
the Workbench. 

What does my Amiga want? This is mosl annoying every Lime you load up 
Lapcal, which is not a sell-booting disk and musl be loaded from Workbench. What 
can 1 do? 

David Langtey, Cambridge 

You can check libs drawer on your Workbench disk fur a s?art. ll 

AT should contain a copy of the Diskfont.Library and if ft doesnX you shoutd 
jilu copy it to the drawer Immediately. Other than this, i cant figure out what 
might be wrong- 

The copy of Lapcat we use in the office has no p rob toms on our Workbench 2.04 
and 3M machines, so there is no bug in the software, tn the iasl analysis, the prob- 
lem is merely annoying and not fatal, so you can at least live with it it you need to. 


Amiga Computing July 1993 







TECHNICAL HELP 


■■■I 


Screen trouble 


Q 


[ have recently upgraded to an 
A4000/03A [am J be your friend? 
Ed) and I am experiencing 
some compatibility problems with serious 
programs and hardware that 3 had 
expected to work correctly. Can you help? 

I cannot get Amos vl.3 to run in 
DBLPAL mode, even with mode promo- 
tion on. Is there an easy solution and 4w* 
Amos Professional have the same 
problem? 

I am also experiencing problems with 
my 16in fvEC 4D multisync monitor as 1 
am not able to display a full width 
Workbench screen, even when using 
overscan. 

This monitor's horizontal sync is from 
30kHz to 57kHz and displays a very stable 
picture when VGA only is activated, but 
almost an inch of viewing width on both 
sides of [he Workbench backdrop is 
inaccessible. 

The monitor worked fine with my K"D 
flicker fiied A500 and utilised all the 
available viewing ares. 

Your recent articles and reviews tin 
monitors make no mention of such prob- 
lems with VGA or multisyncs. Can you 
offer any advice? Also,, your A 12(10 and 
A4Q00 articles mention that you need mul- 
tisync monitors which horizontally sync 
from 15kHz to 75k Hz to display a LI the 



AMIGA COMPUTING ADVICE SERVICE 


new resolutions, but with the exception of 
Commodore's 19fi0 monitor only 30kblz 
minimum svnc rale VGA monitors have 

a 

been reviewed. 

Can you plea_se review a greater range 
of multisync monitors, especially ones 
that can display lower resolutions includ- 
ing Super 77 mode? 

P S miter, RnMtel? 


A 


Amos ] J if wes n&t work ttftder 
Werfcbench and rristeflii HStfS its 
0£i n rr screen* so it does not work well 
with mode promotion. There's miking J favour 
of which cun he done iiljcwf this Apart from 
tojymy Atnvs Professional which functions 


Brother bother 


Q 


I am using an old Brollujr HR- 40 with my A50Q Plus and have found il to 
be very reliable However, I am thinking of replacing it in the near future 
and I have been looking at the new Brother Hj-IOGi. 

Will I be able to UfcG the HJ-lDOi with my Amiga? Resident emulations are IBM 
PfoPrinter X24e and Epson LQ55Q. and I tie interlace is Centronics parallel, which I 
assume Is the same as my HR-40. It's only a mono printer, but being an inkjet I 
imagine I should be able to use fonts which I can't at the moment. 

I have seen the HJ-IOOi advertised at £299 including the connection lead and 
VAT, which seems a very reasonable price lor an inkpel and would be ideal lor my 
needs (letters,, CVs_ and so on). 1 have never seen it reviewed in your magazine, so 
information about this printer ts scarce. 

I would be grateful for any advice that points me in the right direction, as l have 
heard of many people buying printers then having trouble with ihem. 

Phillip Goto* Coventry 



As the printer you mention emulates the Epson LQ55Q, it should work per- 
fectly welt with the EpsonQ printer driver supplied with your A500 Plus 
Workbench 2,0 4 disks. The parallel printer lead you presently use will also 


work tine with the new printer, 

As for using more fonts, -oniiy a PostScript laser printer actually gives access to 
more fonts, hut any that you have wilt print belter on a decent quality inkjet. I don't 
know much about the Brother HJ-lQQt* $o check before you buy whaf its maximum 
print resolution Is. 

This shouldn't be less than about 300dp\ if the printer is to justify its price tag, and 
you might like to compare if to the Star SJ-10 reviewed in this month's Shoo Vkr.odow 
section.. 

The SJ-48, a Canon BJ-10 rebadge, wilt print at 360dpi, albeit slowly, and costs 
only £275. Alternatively , try taking a look at the Hewlett Packard 550. a much 
quicker punter with sheet feeder as standard 

It retails tor about £330, so isn't much more than Hie Brother and takes quite a bit 
of beating in itie value for money slakes. 


better under Workbench 3,0, P/rcrrre Euwftnss 
Software on 0625 359333 for mere details. 

Ycur mfltfrftar won't use the entire vkmng 
nr err because the AC A ctops dbrr'f output is 
sfaflditrcf VGA signal, unlftr the flicker fixer 
you rrtmfwpf which does lUtfe ami a lot more 
tesi'is. The rrrrJj of .tesf scr&n urea ftmfwf fr* 
regained on rosf monitors, though vou may 
be aWf to reduce it by experimenting with dif- 
fident monitor types. 

Finally, the rea&m wc mentioned only the 
I960 in relation to the complete range of AGA 
semen mpfitei is bemuse il f-s Opt only mnitor 
which ittfW curry ruif I'Jrf.s feat. 

A new range of Commodore AC A mmrrfDre 
rcifJi stereo sound arc m tbe my (look fluf for 
a repEur OTJi: 1 ) and other manufacturers lock 
set to release better matching monitors in the 
near future, so keep your eyc$ pededfor news, 


Which printer? 


Q 


I awn an A500 with 1Mb RAM 
and 3 iJiinking seriously 
about converting to the new 
Amiga 1200. However, I have only had 
toy A 500 for about seven months and my 
parents aren't too keen on the idea. 
Could you outline the advantages so t 
can use them as arguments? 

I am now studying for my A-lcveb and 
need to use a word process or for reports 
and essays. Which printer can you recom- 
mend for about £23117 The same goes for 
monitors. Can you recommend Oth 1 ? 

Will the PD program Klckl .3 work 
with the A 1200 to make it more eompatl- 
ble with older games and so on? 

David Bromley, Grimsby 


A 


J lupuJtfrt'J dream aiding an abeh 
ting an avaricious teenager m 
the pursjrfJ of shallow mate 
riahstic ends! 

As for yam pfinifT r the Qutim BflOsx or 
Star LC24-20 Mk2 are the ofrous choices A 
hit more cash itvm'if serif re you j? faster E?wfr- 
blejet or a few extras $udi as cerffrur or i? sheet 
feeder, but the basic printers should be good 
enough for essays and reports, Try First 
Computer Centre on 0532 3 J 9444, 

Frr the price range you Specify, the only real 
chokes are the WS4 nr the Philips CM -Iff 33- 
Indie Direct are doing a good deal on the IGS4 
at ffa 1 ftwroenf, sn riiecfe aid their ad. 


Video titler 


Q 


I have bought an AGOG to 
for video titling. At tne 
I use a VEG 1070 video p* 
■cesspr fart excellent uml) and a Si 
Video Sketch Tiller for tilling, though 
latter is not powerful enough. 

I will have about £200 to spend or 
genlock, bul will the genlock work with 
video processor, and what type or 
do you fetomrnend? 

With a good freeze frame on my 
recorder, would the genlock act as 
frame grabber? 

Lastly. I wartl to send messages 
even digilised pictures across the cour 
to my family. Whal type of modem 
message cruncher/de-cruncher softwa* 
woukl you recommend for £120? 

Brian Gibson, Black; 



Any Amiga genlock witt wo * 
KV perfectly with your video pmct: 
sor as long as you ensure y: - 
have the same sort of signals, in ok?’ 
words make sura that if your video pro- 
cessor accepts composite PAL sign a t 
that you buy a composite PAL genic: * 
rather than an S-VHS unit 

Most of the cheaper genlocks are com 
posite, so this should present no prob\e~ 
unless you have an S-VHS processor 
which case you'll mad a much mo - 
expensiva genlock, 

Try the Rocgen unit available from § 
number of our advertisers, ft i$ rel*ab r 
and has a good quality output ar: 
shouldn't cost more fbeo ajt»uf £140, Qr - : 
other good entry level unit wtih good out 
put is the Ftendak 8302, sc shop arour : 
fora good price. 

In common with most gerilocks, netthe 
unit witl act as a frame grabber, and f& 
this you ll need some extra hardware. IN ! 
Vidi Amiga 12 offer on our May issuf 
CoverDisk sounds ideal for you, as ■ 
offers a high quality colour digitiser for 
only £B§. If you didn't catch that issue 
buy it for frie bargain price of only £3. 7C 
courtesy of our back issue service. 

A cheaper Supra modem should jus- 
about squeeze into your budget for such a 
device, though the money j^oii save on the 
genlock might go towards a faster move 
which would be cheaper in the long run 

Software for ccmms use is rnostb 
excellent and most shareware. You mtgr 
give NComm and JR-Comm a took, an: 
you'd be mad nof to go for PowerPackf 
4.0 from fump^ss Direct. 


You got problems too? Then 
drop a line to Amiga 
Computing Advice Service, 
Europa House, Adlington Park, 
Macclesfield 5KI0 4NP and 
we'H move heaven and earth 
to help in these columns. But 
sorry, we cannot reply person- 
ally, so save those SAEs. 



Amiga Computing July 1993 












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tier the post-Christmas kill; 
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tor - obviously a proportion of 
whizz-kid Arniga-for-Christmas pro- 
grammers are getting the grip qf 
their Amos's and Seucks and begin- 
ning to churn out some original; 
sluft 

Whatever the reason, this month 
sees a truly absorbing goll game 
which could well have been worthy 
of commercial release only a short 
whHe back; a bizarre and fresh 
arcade game in the strangely titled 
Bomb Jacky; and possibly the most 
polished music disks Tve ever had 
the aural pleasure of reviewing. 

Before starting, my apologies to 
everyone who's sent me stuff which I 
haven't had room to review. I've 
been inundated with disks of late, sc 
a lot ol worthy programs have, 
unfortunately, had to fall by the 
wayside. 


Text Engine 

17 Bit, 2465 

\\ you're short of money but decide you 
need L i wordprocessor for your Amiga, 
you may wish fa look a n d sec what's 
available for free in the public domain. 

Until recently, TLS wordprocessors t™\L- 
lacked too many of the features of their 
commercial rivals to warrant serious con- 
sideration by all hut the most light user&, 
hul the arrival of disks tike- I ex! Engine is 
heralding an end to all of that. 

Test Engine is a professional- looking, 
hiU and solid program, which has enough 
of the features you'd find on a commercial 
variant to make ii genuinely useful to I he 
average user. 

On loading, it immediately resembles - 
both in colour and in the rules across the 
top and down [he side - Word worth or 
kind words 3. and has a palette adjuster 
allowing you to alter the colours of pen, 
paper and guidelines to suit your prefer- 
ences. Included in its impressive list of 


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disks and use theni elsewhere ) r the 
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Add to this macro support, a large selec- 
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patible printers, and it becomra clear th L it 
iev| Engine is nothing less than a perfectly 
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price of ii mcLigre shareware fee. 


majority of examples in the public dom: 

- either ttiai. or they're so complel tely ha? 
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All criticisms which the author ■ f 
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spreadsheet worth using, before giving uf 
and deciding to write his own. 

Spreadsheets - fur those who have tin 
good fortune of having never found out 
are meant to simplify accounts, foreca^: 
ing cashflows and the like, by taking in a 
of your numerical information and learn- 
ing the links between say, salary Hind 
automatically adjusting all projection 
when you get that whopping pay rise yott| 
were hoping tor, to cite an unlikely e*air 


Roberta Smith, 2507 

Spreadsheets, Even the word is enough to 
induce involuntary falling of the eyelids. 
Plain, boring and impossible to use arc 
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Of our brace of animated spectacles this month, possibly the lesser is Spar Trek 7 
from MBS (PIOWIOI}. That's not to say it isn't worth a look, though - far from it 
During the customary age it lakes to load - a fact about which It warns you sar- 
donically as the tedious process begins - we're left to wait with the faint hope of 
something amusing at the end of it all. 

And indeed, allhough it is ail a bit awkward, the plot gelling cluttered by the 


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pfe Claiming to be easy to u$c r by con- 
i rung all of the basics without supfriliw 
lu*. t-Ktias (the very extras you pay 
K jvily for when investing in a. cominer 
.! I spreadsheet}, EasyGalc's author Ls 
j r v thing but modest about the capabilities 
« ■ h is program. 

Luckily, it lives up to all of the claims. 
1 rom the word go this is very profession- 
all v presented - you know; the icons look 
polished, it does indeed race along at a 
t jn/h ptice ,is the author claims, and over- 
*11 has all the hallmarks of a designed - 
ri. 'm-thc-ground -up package. 

So should you be looking for a 
rkhorse spreadsheet, this one justifies 
- rather sleep shareware registration fee 
r 'll 5 - there's ei'en an order form on the 
3>kr 

K Fran Salad 

17 Bit, 2499 

tn this unlikely platformer', your friends 
have turued into fruit and vegetables and 
what's more, they've got it into them that 
our destruction is of prime importance. 

You collect rather unoriginal "gems" 
from each screen, which allow you to leave 
by a predefined exit. When y ou collect the 
gem, the background colours scroll 
rapidly, to great psychedelic effect It's a 
ase of get out quick before your monitor 
explodes, and 1 only exaggerate u little. 

Indeed its looks - both m-game and the 
overall presentation - are its strong point, 
along with some amusing sound samples 
to pepper things up. The actual g^meplay 
i-elf is rather average; which is not to wy 
that it's unplayable, just that the characters 


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move around rather simply and at a sltuv- 
ish pace. 

Still, the use of the Fire button instead 
of Joystick Up to jump is a first for me, and 
it's worth playing just for those 
backgrounds! 


lath Hole 

17 Bit, 29 94 A/ B 

A graphically excellent golf game, Ittih 
Hole combines a complete course of varied 
holes with lots of engaging control over 
your shnl3, guaranteed to keep you play- 
ing right until the very end - especially if 
you utilise the two-player option and get 
some healthy human competitiveness in 
there. 

You start by using a simple method to 
select direction, power and swing, and 
then watch as you hit the ball - which gels 


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clumsy screenplay at times, it is also rather amusing, and is ultimately saved by the 
udi clous use of original Star Trek music and samples. 

The bit where Captain Kirk is moving his mouth on the sc Fee n in time to real 
audio footage of his voice is particularly impressive. 

Indeed, with both William Shatner and Leonard Mingy gelling a shout in. a 
seemingly irrelevant green kangaroo-style thing and the emergence of a shock 
guest from Star Trek: the New Generation towards the end, this is a larf it nothing 
else. 

More accomplished P though, is Marco's Box of Fun from 17 Bit (2497). A collec- 
tion of four animations on one disk, this collection - penned by one Marco 
Vigelius - opens on a short relying on the old Fat Freddy's Cat gag ol animal 


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bigger on your plan-view of the course as il 
ritn^s - to what is hopefully somewhere 
nearer to the green. 

When you reach the green you get a spe- 
cial full-screen dose-up of what's going on, 
as you attempt to glide the ball home and 
you onto the next hole. 

The gameplay itself is actually quite 
unrealistic - how could a gull simulator on 
a computer be anything but? - and this one 
feel* more like an obstacle course than a 
gotfeouree, 

This is because you cannot hit over the 
trees, of which there are quite a few more 
than you'd expect to find. Whafs more, 
ihey're invariably positioned between 
where you tee off and the green, meaning 
its like going through a maze 
sometimes. 

Nevertheless, the graphics, rules (you 
get an authentic score card), and neat 
touche* lend the mood if not the authentic 
gameplay of the real thing. A great game, 
and well recommended for armchair 
golfers not impressed by the cost of com- 
mercial alternative*. 


PD, please! 

I’m always on [he look-out for top quality 
PD, whether ii be utilitios, games, appli- 
cations. animations or music (and music 
doesn't have to be rave!). 

So if you're the author of something 
so olf-tseal or original that a langui-C 
commercial giant wouldn't touch it with a 
barge pole, then get if in the post with a 
great deal of haste. 

Or ii you run a library, send me your 
star disks for possible hce publicity in 
these very pages. 

Please ensure that all submissions 
come clearly marked with the title and 
type of program, the address ii can be 
obtained from and any other Information 
you feel tp be relevant. 

A ReadMe on disk is always useful, 
as is a hard copy list detailing; exactly 
what is enclosed in your package. All of 
these measures will dramatically 
increase Ihe chances ot your product 
making it into punt. 


Menu 

Launcher 

17 Bit, 2486 

A tool designed to start any application, 
game or whatever you've got installed on 
your hard drive, using a very simple 
method involving simply clicking on a 
button . 

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Workbench to just a window with .1 tiri- 
bar, and can be esqwidcd to display up to 
15 programs for choice of bailing. It conies 
complete with a comprehensive on-disk 
manual explaining how to set up and use 
the utility. 1 envisage J use for this in, say, a 


being cruel lo o wrier. This time it’s 9 dog, showing lhal our canine chums can 
be anything but Man’s Best Friend when they want to . 

Whal all four of these animations lack in graphical complexity they make up 
for ir pleasing animation and a wickedly sick sense of humour. Oh, and they 
load quickly. Petty Amiga owners will most certainly extract a wry giggle from 
the anim entitled Atari ST Game - I'll leave 11 to you to find out what this one’s 
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movements, would ever 
consider releasing 

The excellent opening 
sequence Involves the 
credits being written In jU> 
hand grenades (you gotta 
see it, really) combined 
with some punchy, drum 
'rT bisw rave-style music - 
all very professional, 

The whole game tee Is 
very friendly and 

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playable, from the bouncy H 
up-to-date tunes to the 
Special effects to the 
clever, colourful graphics 

Jt'ss basically a fast platformer, with a 
young, edge devoid of the yawning, pre- 
dictable nature of many a slick release. This 
originality, combined with we 1 1 -pro- 
grammed gameplay, makes Bomb Jacky as 
addictive as it is original Respect! 


in another Sends effort, and 
decided K weird to boot (no 
pun intended). 

Apparently you're 
meant to "help Tilka and 
Hyssop battle to make the 
grade", whatever that 
means. Anyway, it 
involves your scrolling 
vertically in a jumpy, 
clunky kind of way, shoot- 
ing at ground-based plant- 
like creations which emit 
balls ot botanical nastiness in your gen- 
eral direction. 

t can't work out exactly what the 
majority of the sprites are meant to be, 
but they're all original, which is nice to 
see considering the decidedly unoriginal 
constraints imposed on such games by 
tht- limitations of thi 1 construction kit. 

Oh, and according to the game itself, it 
is actually called Realm of Maiyessau, 


NBS, ASS8 

Three game* ^ collected on this compila- 
tion bv she Assassins bunrhrwith thL 1 usual 
Hash selection menu. 

The first, of these, a Seuclk -effort called 
Super Raid IV, exhibits the usual jumpy- 
r n"<lunky feel of Seuck grimes, but is in tact 
a half-decent copy of Thuodeibbde, com- 
plete with an Assassin s-added unlimited 
Ikes feature at the beginning. 

The second of the three fa iled to load on 
the basic A6Q0 l was reviewing it on # but 
the third - apparently called Accursed 
Toys and opening on a rather 
sick picture involving a 
teddy bear and a knife - 


• Assassins game disk f to &* are cur- 

revrf/y availabfe from The same dblributOT* 

Sanity 

Amiganuts/Battleaxe PD 

Hmmm. This one's about a character 
who - if the opening sequence is any- 
thing to go by - loses his mind, quite 
literally. 

Mot surprisingly . he wants it back, 
leading to a highly trippy plat former full 
of cycling colours and extremely iJ&t 
gameplay. -all set to manic 
tribal drums and music 
with definite hardcore 


QUt Of ftre*r mine te&roff tMr iFKif fhe /urf j 
«mjC iNP ttw Jffoqraninirn; 4^ Son^ty... 

leanings, including the classic "here we 
again!" sample. Oh, and as far as 1 £ 
recall, i've never controlled a buhr 
before. Sanity? I have mv doubts 


Where to 
get 


Adfiiganuts, 12 Hinkler Road, 
Soulhampton SG2 GFT 

Eattleane PD, 125 Kingswood. Thorpe 
Matriot, Norwich NR86UW 

Andrew McKeniry. 9 Leylon Crass 
Road. Dartford DA2 7AP 

NBS. 1 Cham Lane. Newport. 

Isle of Wight, Hampshire 

Roberta Smith PD, 190 Fallodcn Way. 
Hampstead Garden Suburb, London 
NW11 6JE 

17 Bit, 1st Floor Offices, Z!% Market 
Slreet, Wakefield WF1 tDH 


flrcrra.tr the txclTrmcnt 6t tt nightclub o' fom with No Umltsl 

It’s all dance stuff this month - if you want to send me your 
sequenced Schubert I'd be more lhart grateful for the 
change, hut ol the disks that I could actually get lo load, 
the onEy ones worth reviewing had a decidedly, erm, foot- 
tapping feel to them. 

No Limits, by John Crawford, takes No Limits by 2. 
Unlimited and Felix's neo-hiNRG classic Don't You Want 
Me, and submits them to the classic Amiga cul 'n’ paste 
treatment,, 

To the visual accompaniment ol a crudely drawn but 
stroboscopically flashing dancelloor — complete with lights 
and even a glitter ball - the Amiga crunches its way 
through some cmdely eut-up chunks of music, whose lack 


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ably hypnotic jHablando! by Ramirez and Pizar ro. 

Even Zero B's seminal (and highly unavailable} Lock 
Up is here. This collection is presented complete wish 
!a$telul and lashionable on-screen stills, 

VVolt sampled, seamless and presented In m unclul- 
lered and pleasing form, this is a dance-on-disk mile- 
glone. The jury are stood on ihe sofa with their hands in 
the air... I think they quite like It, 


of subtlety distracts from the actually quite effective on- 
screen colour onslaught A *no‘ tram the jury. I'm afraid.. 

Far belter musically, and indeed possibly the best 
sequenoed Amiga dance music I’ve ever had the plea- 
sure of reviewing, are entitled Dance Classics 1 and 2, 
which come from Andrew McEniry. 

Six classic dance choons ate here spread across two 
disks, from ire fittingly chopped up Liberalbn (a song 
which itself borrows nearly eve railing from othgr records) 
to Italy's best Capella and the less immediate bul undenh 


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small business where the computer is used 
exclusively for a number of p re-defined 
tasks r such as a wordpiocessor* spread - 
slwet or calendar, or for setting up educa- 
tion games for & child to use 
unaccompanied,, for instance - although in 
the Litter case, it could do with being a little 
mote colourful and welcoming to anxious 
young fingers. 

Still, if you like ii, it only awte a bargain 
C=i shareware registration. and for this you 
get si hilly working version including the 
ability to load and save your preferences - 
quite Lin important addition H when you 
come to think about it. 

Bomb Jacky 

17 Bit 2476 

Apart from the wicked title, this is an a we- 
some example of what the public domain 
occasionally throw i up - a gamu so fresh 
and off-beat that no commercial house, 
with their highly polished sprites and 


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going an about write in and let us 

Jurassic Fart; - The Film is ■ 

being d reeled by Steven Spielberg and is based on a ^ .. 

book written by Michael Crichton. It's a story about a 
theme park with a difference. The parlc contains real dinosaurs 
which have o*en created using the latest hio-engineering technology. The 


consultation with Spielberg himself 
^ IPft ffl IftitU* ond hove had unrestricted assess to 

[ ll/i/ul \W\V{ sp«i«l departmentf stilfs,, 

L /nUlvi lf\V ^017 boards ond script, The ^ame 

^ Ij ■■ IW *1 V will luc'ure digitised dinosaur sounds 

sampled directly from the film's 

soundtrock- 

The software is currently in development an both 
sides of the Atbntic r in Ocean 1 j San Jose end Manchester studios, tf 
it it as half as go^d as the book then it's going to sell by the lorry load. 


News from the world of Amiga games 
that's almost to hot to handle.*. 


Too many cooks spoil the broth 


Mindscope are one of fee busiest software compa 
mes ground g| the moment, They haven't even 
released Alfred Ch :ken or Captive 2 yet. bus have 
already got another release pfaned 

Out ho lunch is an addictive plaffaner and fra 
lures Pierre Le Chef, an eccentric yel war Id- 
renowned mailer df his trade As he tours the 
world preparing international cuisine,, his plan* ore 
plagued by setbacks 

Unfortunately for Pierre, the ingredients he 
require! far his dishes ore unwi ling to be mod. so 
fee beakers ch eJ must first capture and contain his 


ingredient in "The Cage'. Pierre must also avoid 
and dejhxy fee- diseases and imscls which rnfa or 
e-en rat his feed, 

U Chef's main rival is m evil masked chef 
dressed in bind! called Chef Hair who is scheming 
to ruirv Pierre's chances by releasing all his 
ingredients. 

The gome features 4B challenging Ws spread 
across s ix countries, each wife its own theme includ- 
ing specific bed* and music to Ml y rapture the 
Honour af each country . 

bevels indude fee We&1 Indies. Mexico and even 


Pierre le Chef is out to lunch 

Pierre’s home country a f Frernce. Also featured are 
tons of secret te-e s, unique power ups and over 
1 ,000 fe>mes of superb humorous character ani- 


mations. Out to Luxh is planned for release 
Amig p at Christmas Expect u preview m tf t 
couple of months., but in the meantime, chi &' 
take a gander 01 fei$ paltry screenshot. 

Bullfrog hops back 

Electrons Arts are bock in the (ray with the 
Syndicate The brand new hie ham Bullfrog, the 
elers of the Pcpulaus and Powermonger se r - 
games, Syndicate feus comes hem one d th- 
in naval ive soflwore development teams r 
business, 

The setting is a grim and dangerous kihxit 
same time alter the Corporation Wars. Ifre 
multi-national corporations hod grown to sue" 
extent feat their power began to rive that cf 
countries. Hie CHIP was ihen developed. 

Itie CHIP was a tecvxjlogiicDl revolution tho* 
better than c:ny drug. Inserted into d person's hist J 
could alter a person 1 s perception at the outside 
and give them hope by numbing their semes to- 
misery and squalor surrounding them. 

For example a pereon living in a grimy epa 
block could buy a Mansion CHIP which once in 
would moke the user believe he/she was Iwing i 
grand ond expansive mansion. 

Unfortur-atefy feis led to between the c 
ham who were buHing la monopolise CHIP 
ture, toppling natrons and governments in 
process. 

This greed begem to attract dangerous Cfimi 
md soon fee crime syndicates had infiltrated fee 
porate boardrooms. Using custom-built cyb 


ir 


S ent*, they hunled down rivals and 
er for ultimate control of fee entire -globe. 

Toy take control of a young executive in one 


A ttill from Querdriu# 


OvHttrivt arrival in July 


Team 17 rev up the relea 

Tram 1 7 hove been working an feeif lolhtoming rdeaie Overdrive which wiit be released in Arty leam I ’ 
supremo Martyn Brawn explains: We felt feat fee overhead perspective racing genre had ret: )y nat bar 
given mdeepate ju^ce on fee Amigo tovt a cbl^Ic of now old lilies so we thought we would give rt 'fee 
works 1 .* 

The mme is a very rest, very smooth and suoefeJy playable racer wife four types of vehide ond five typ? - 
of trad*, far teebmed reasons it is one player 
only - although c serial I nk allows two play- 
ers to compete heed- to-beod - and involves 
racing through a combination of 
vehicles/' tracks fer prize money and features. 

There ore 4x4&, Formula One, Sports end 
Buggies - oil of which handle differently on 
each of fee frve ?ypes of terrain. The game's 
fa i$ bold on a number of dl-lime classics 
of fee genre including Supef Sprwrl but on o 
much bigger irate. 

Gamer had a quick bok at fee gome at 
lha ECTS ond we were duly -m pressed, It 

looks Sike Team 17 are bock wife another P T njvrl K re-r*T?asc d en buriqE--! 








They call him 
Flipper 

Digital llfeiiofli ore IWlMffed lo be work ng Ofl 
the third initalmeot of their highly successful pwr 
bplf series of gomes. Hie follow up lo Pinball 
Dreams and Fantasies will be eolitted Pinball 
lllujiMS^ Sources say thoF the third game will 
Include a new multi-ball feature. Digital illusions 
■>ny that they wanted to include it in their previous 
games, but couldn't doe tt> the Foci that it slowed 
l+itf odion down too much, 

Dl are trying to combat the problem by 
designing o brand spanking new rndthematicol 
model of a pinbaB table whidl will speed il all 
up considerably, Look out far il orcund 
Christina* time. Expect mo re news as we gel it. 


Short 'n' sweet 


jide-iplittirtgly entitled Second Samurai cmd 
gamers shoute expect more of the &ome. The 


V Psyancsis return to ihe Amiga scerte with 
■tie folTeiw up to First Samurai. The sequel ii 

TO 

should 

iword'slashirg cxlventere will this time have 
simuhaneous two-player option. 

# Dark 5e#d fans will be pleased to know 
that the game won the "993 Software 
Publisher's Association Excel ence in 
Software Award in the Best Fantasy Role 
Playing/Adventyre category. Even better 
news is that Cyberdreams are currently work’ 
ng on Dart Seed 2 which is meant to be ten 
■imeg more scary and weird iban the original 


i You can't beat a bit of Bully! Alternative 
Software's next release is fitif 
Darts It will retail at the incredi 
of £9,99 and is unique in that 


.jopulor sports each played on a tailor made 
dartboard. Expect a fell review nextmondi. 


# Alternative have aha launched q brand 
new range of home computer games pro- 
duced esf3ecidly for -3 la 1 2-yw-okk 

The Children's Ran^e is a comedian o r 
award winning ond best-se ling titles with many 
based on popular TV and 'dm characters. 

Included in the collection wi II be current 
favourites such a& Postman fat, Thomas the 
Tank Engine, Papeye and The Munster* along 
with new arrivals rixEe & Dixie, Hvdcfeberry 
Hound and Abm & the Chipmunb. Al! games 
wll sell at the bw price af £7.99. 

# The release of James Pond 3 has been put 
hack to September. Subtitled Operation 
StaTfish, it is a massive action-packed jump 
and run platform gome which will Feature 
aver I GO sections/ large character sprites 
extensive parallax scrolling last seen in Pond 
2 and in rw^pllayer made, Finnius Froa - 
Pond's Sidekick, It will rniticlly beavailobte ror 
the Aim 


- ifier. Quick, grab Norris McWWler 
because Team 1 7 am record breaker*. AJen 
■^ed Special Ed ition recently celebrated its 
S - "d continuous w« 5 eL number one in the 
-dkip 1 4— bit budget chart. 

This constitutes a brand new record, the 
: evicus longest slim being held by Rainbow 
-3T>ds which spent ?! weeks there, 

Il mighl not be a record fur long because 

■ earn 1 7 ore on the verge of releasing same 
-are budget Next up wii be a revised edi- 

■ 3n & Project X. 

The game features same lovely tweaks 
*di os not losing weaponry when you die, 
i .Tenter fevds and in general changes which 
□fee il mere playable for everyone. 

-dso re-releosed On bixfeet is Assassin whkh will ol» ferre changed a little bom. it's original format. The 


! m p m-vrp-menis to PrvjKt X (fitting 


BtUdOBl 

no i* law armed with a hand gun and lb* levels ore built up af smaller stages rather than sprawling 


i*BH. 


^■iiney, Team 17 are jusl about the most KetfaFul and kindest software you could ever wish br. Whkh 
tn* companies bdher ta change thdr earfeer gomes in an attempt ta improve gameplay? Maybe other 
. : wurt houses shojld sit up and take notice because Team 1 7 are simply kicking yaur ass. 


Syndicate is 
Bullfrog 1 * biggest 
release since 
Papula* 2 


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Gamer Globe * • 108 

Enhance your life with all the latest Amigo games news. Enjoy! 

A1200 List 126 

The definitive list of games that da or don't work on the Al 200 

Cheat Mode. 128 

Code master's latest Dizzy game is given □ thorough boshing 


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REVIEWS # REVIEWS # REVIEWS 


Wooify's World V VO 

The world's biggest Amiga platform game— allegedly 

frtferiiafionaf Rugby Challenge * .... V 1 3 

Cor, try it and see. Acme Gamer Pun No 531 

Flashback »,,M 4 

US Gold's cinematic experience arrives on the small screen 

Sink or Swim • « » * 1 1 6 

Introducing Kevin Codner, but no Whifney Houston... 

Champion skip Manager 93 T1S 

Domorks manager sim goes top of the league 

Graham Gooch's World Class Cricket. .120 

Cricket is great! Cricket is exciting! Cricket is on your Amigo! 

Nippon Safes inc 122 

Yes that's a great title for a game, but what on earth is it about? 

Worlds of Legend - Son of the Empire. , V 24 

Mind scape's Legend returns with more adventure than ever 


■: cate who is looking to make a ngme For himself. 
K r hi -5 coniro: platform in an airship high above 
* : ty, he observes as his -agents soread ’he shadow 
: * r of in o bid te conquer teritoi-y, outing the rivd 

■ • ■ cotei and staving for wodd domination 

The game features g stanning oimosprreric in^ra 
'VjeriOE! wlh itale-of me on. televi=tan broadoast 
: • ty rendered graphics. V'c^j arc faced with ovier 
million!,, each sat m □ living city populated by 
v ■ sgent ifien and wgmen r cafi and cu-trimuter 
i •> rivaf oej#n4s and law efifencen^nt f-orcei. 
a h ^ use af iw graphic tednrrabgy and real- 
• : iound ettecti nduding mu5 c a^d digitized 
i — -i, Syndicate is Sullfea^ s moil unique title ta 

i wJI available in June kr £ 3 A 99 , w* star io save 

■ Tianey nqw hecauie lhi5 going ta be worth 

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TIME fliQa 


The people behind the PD classic 
Cybernetix are dipping their toes into 
the pond of full-time computer games 
publishing with Woody's World, 
allegedly the biggest Amiga 
platform game in existence 


WOODY 


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Wwwty I* flniJIy let loose in the outside leuel r trul H he 
doesn't watch it hill playing the death level. Culp! 


Wood? would you please hee-h#vtl Oh dfril 
a sad pen, but I Just couldn't resist at... 


ti not everyday you get chased by whs unless your name n 
Indiana Jones. One of the many problems in the cave level 


The bonus round where Woody has to collect loads 
Of dosh. The money is then turned Into points 


1 1 there was ever a ge that's beert c^er-used 
since the day when computers first began,. it 
has to be the platformer. The unusual ihiivg 
about platformers is the Foct that they are 
almost identical la each other. 

1 hal blasted Mario has pot 0 lei ta answer for. 
Every since the early days of computers. we’ve 
been plagued hy Mario wonsrabes and Sonic 
bokoSbs. “he shame is that a lot of these are just 
pure unodubmhsd crac 

Platformeri are big business, mainly because 
everybody loves them I can bet thorf every gamer 
in the world has at ?rast one in rheir collection. For 
every amoving one you can 
expect another 20 copyrots 
which ore o load of a d 
rubbish. 

Iha Amiga world it 
packed foil of rubbish os 
weJI, but when a good platform gome comes Out 
you bow about it. Swiithdade, Another World, 
Myth, Putty, Rainbow Islands, Zoaf and more 
recently 5up*rfrog ore jsfil a few examples I could 
mention. 

The thing is that these tend to be foirly easy and 
are quite sma in size. Vision Software claim that 
Woody 1 * World is the world's biggesl Arnica plat- 
form game - a prehy brash ond bold statement, 
especially os this is their very f nt full price nsteose. 

It could wall be true h'^ough, I've always fancied 
being a detective, so I II don my deerstalker lib 
Sherlock, my false maustadb lib Poirot, hop in 


my Jag :ike -Morse he fat like Tosh from The bil 
and investigate, 

if you ask me the evii bodu os ore G right pair*. 
If they're not taking over a whole universe then 
they' re robbing old Mrs Miggins, the lady down 
the stretf. This time in Wcxxf/s World ih&y nicked 
a magic crystal and o few TV$ ond videos tg boo! 

The King was ixansdahle because the crystal 
had been stolen. Kingy had fast contra and his 
marbles and his kingdom had been overthrown 
by, yep you've gyesset it. evil baddies-. 

Woody was just your average kind of hero 
whose thoughts were mere concerned with the up 
and coming elf Olympics 
The King decided that 
Woody should find his 
befoved crystal because of 
the foci that Woody h t 
umm, an athlete and con 

run fast, err probably. 

The King then gave Woody a mop and 
described each of the ensiles illustrated and the 
donors that surrounded them. He explained <haf 
there was a seve-.lh castle t^ at was missing from 
+e map It was ct this castle that the King thought 
Weedy would lha ho) find the magic crystal. 

Woody *r>ew mat ho would hove to travel 
across his whole wgdd to find the mysterious sev- 
enth castle, but if fhar's what th# King wonted then 
that is what he would have ta do. 

The chances of him finding the crystal before 
the Olympics would be my slim, hut you never 




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The map- of Weodys World. Venture forth from 
the Steam Castle and the world k your oyster.. 


know, he migr>t just ge* lucky. Woody then bound- 
ed off ta complete hi* quest. 

What this basically meant it that this plat- 
former involves you tnekkrng through many differ- 
ent and varied levels in the desperate hope to find 
a crystal- A cheesy plot doesn't always mob fof a 
bad piece of software rhougM 

The adventure stalls in she mysterious 5 -earn 
Coilfo where Woody must beware af the, err, 
steam and a so the evil Leov^s and birds that 


inhabit the place, tf you humped in ta VVboc- 
the street he'd look o foirly normal chap and * 
was your mate you'd probably buy him a pinr c 4 
Woody is for from normal. Remember it's ofwcrv? 
foe quiet, shy. rearing types that one the ser<- 
kibrs Woody changes his appearance me i 
limes than hi* underwear Fte starts off in an 
the-shoulder wizard outfit end isn't that hero--. ** 
because he's quite daw and can only kill his vr- 
mies by' bouncing an their heads Contained in 












seme people will simply h-ecause it came 
out last month. and is still in people's mirtds r but I 
wen' f because they are two totally different 
g-amas. 

if I had to compare it to anything it" d probably 
be Morio, hut sec -ng as the fat IpqI an plumber has 
never and will never appear an rhe Amiga I can 
quile happity compare H, so there. 

On ihc sound from there is a whole abundance 
gf fantastic tones. The music seems to fo the action 
perlectly and lor a change it doesn't annoying 
- you could adua ly find yourself humming it, 
even when you're not playing 1 The sound effects 
a r e kept to a minimum, but are more foan ode’ 
quote for this type of game, 

Playability wise I can't really knock it. There 
ore n't ony design faults that l could find, li 
looks suited to smo I kids, but it's one o\ the hard^ 
e&t platform games i'v§ ever p : ayed and is recom- 
mended to platform experts wonting a bit of a 
challenge. 

You only gel three lives and these will rapidly 
run out jf yog don’t fcpep an ccJIflchng energy and 
estra lives If II take you a wh le, before you actu- 
ally manage to get through a few levels. 

lasJability isn't a problem because I'vis earned 
out □ thorough invalidation otkJ Woody's World 
i$ the uiggest Arn ica platform game to dote. 

The number of levels 1$ incrediale. Put it this 
way - you won' I be able to complete it very quick- 
ly unless you're same icrnd of computer games 
here er gemus. Vision have come up with a crock- 


are hundreds of heed hlecks When Woody 
fc-7= them with bis bead he scones bonus points, 
k r .ame of these blocks ccnlein sporiaS power 
If you cal led a sceptre , Woody transforms 
pTr: Prince Woody which gives h-m greater |uiup- 
m; sower and the ability to kick enemies. 

tf you manage to grab o crown then Woody 
b s into King Woody giving him greater 
: ~g power erd H>e ability to fire stor* ot his 
■wnies, and he gets to wee a stnert shiny crown 
% soot. 

-och power-up also speeds Woody up thus 
to ng the gome more smoolti and in the process 
we ^afoyabieto play, 

graphrcs in Woody's Wodd are brilliant 
: easily rival ihe standard sot in Rainbow 
■js, In fact to pvt H into perspective, imagine o 
esy puppy dog wilh sod eyes looking up at yen/ 

- ” «ts tongue out ord begging with ill paw 
Aww cvle you may think, hui the graphics in 

ft >.dy's are ten times cuter ihnn that. Even when 
r hera dfot ifs really cute. 

'he backdrops a r e just as good as the sprites 

- * some really nice effects - they’re as impres- 
ts as anything I've wen far a fang time. 

Foe instance, take ihe clouds level whore 
iody junyos from cumulus to nimaus and where 
t>e wind actually blows our stocky nero all aver 
' s place making the game more interesting that 
jur simply running through the level 

If I was stopid and didn't hav# much sense I 
3u d instantly compare this la Superfrog, but 



Bearers with spiky ^tiiks, Hal wry fea rsn&rnt you 
might think, but thiyre a right in the batty,. 



Aye Aye Cap'll. Wendy t*k« th« helm and In meantime 


has t« figlrt,o#f wme fish with an attitude problem**. 


Take time out on your 
advmtmt ind inspect 
the local wildlife. The 
woodster chills out.,. 



er and far their fall pries debul they couldn't have 
wrihen a setter game Woody's Wor d has got 
everything - great graphics, top tunes, pocked "ul! 
of plcyabi ity arid an addiction factor foot is so 
dangerous 1 broke the Gamer acidictive-cr-meter, 
if yau liked Superfrog then ibis is your cup of 
tea ar i d I would heartily recommend it to anyone, 
nkhough it is a bit of the difficult side, but more 
lhan defin lely worth persevering with Wood you 
bell-eve it a onllipnt debut and no mistake. Platform 
fans how never had it sa good 

JONATHAN MAO DOCK 



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at people with Domark's latest... 


very timely release indeed this, 
wilh England steaming through 
lh@ Ruoby Sevens to wifi. It 
seems fitting that we should 
release a game and have a 
quid gloat, But this 'Fvteddble win doesn't 
take away the fact that you 
hove to be si* fact two, 
1 5 stone and drink 
k mosses of biter to 
be a njgby 




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player if you or# q ten-slme weakling and o 
coward to boo' like me you don’t wan! to be 
on the wrong end of huge bloke Kuril ing 
through the air with an odd-shoped ball, 

So what con you do if you dil* wont the 
excitement and the gamepay? Gef the com- 
puter game, of course. 

When I first boated up IRC I wq& 
impressed by the smoothness with which 
everything ran. The title screen and intros 
were very tastefa :fy executed leaving you in a 
goad frame of mind far the game 

The conlrol screen isn't the most detailed 
I’ve seen but after a few minutes of fiddling 
you get the hang of what all the tools do 
One aspect I bund very impressive was the 
use of hd keys on the menus - it's pos- 
sible to just press the an# designated 
letter of the option you wont instead 
of waiting until your cursor gets over 
there. By far my favourite aspect is 
h.s fad shot you con ploy the game 
on different levek, so if you are pjrely 
interested in the action, you can com- 
pletely ignore *he management side 
and vice-versa, 

If you just fancy going far a 
quick knockabout you don't 
have la take into account that 
three of your men ore injured 
□nd that you are in deep 
financial trouble - that is if 
yoj don 't want to. As soon 




as IRC come into the office it was a cos# of 
ic nutige, wink wink, same plonker's, 
a rugby gome 
Bui as it turns art they hove mode a prefly 
fair job of the control norhod, ft's similar to 
many of the football simulations - the mem - 
ber of the team that you « controlling at one 
srtieulcr hme is depicted by an arrow above 
bs head. This changes as the ball mown 
afound. 

As you probably know., you hove to gel 
the ball pasl rfre line at the end of the pitch 
mf as near to the posts os you possibly con. 
Once this is achieved you can convert your 
try and gain more points, 

The conversion entails you kicking the bd! 
from o set distance away over die crossbar 
bul still between the two upright poles, In 
Rugby the- conversions control is very similar 
to a gdf sim - you have to dick ot the right 
hire far the spew and power then you have 
to click fry the aim. 

To pass to o*her players an your way 
down ihe field there ore two methods. 
You con either click your buttcn quiddy and 
your player wi?l make a pass in the direction 
where o team member should be, or 
you can hold down the button and a target 
will appear, You hove to do this prefly quickly 
arid! aiming lakes a bit of oeiingi u-i-edl to but il 
works in the end. As far g& we could tell the 


rules and the gomepby were almost perfect- 
ly faithful to the red thi ng, 

There was the occasional discrepancy or 
niggle, far insfcuce when Ire opposition kick 
iheoall back into your half you men seem to 
run around it and ngl pick il up until the 
opposition have caight uci with il But apart 
from ihol IRC is 0 winner! Well done 
Domark. 

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T he natural thing to do would be to com- 
pare Flashback with Another World. 
Although they are aesthetically very simi- 
lar, Flashback offers much more in the 
way of gqineplcry than Another World did 

In fact, there ii a common misconception dial 
Flashback is OCtucily o sequel to Another World. 
This is not the case, which is luHhar rentarced by 
the foci ihd sequds to both Another World and 
Flashback are under w uy. 

Prince of Persia first set *he standard by which 
charade? animation was subsequently judged, 
iben Came Anolher World and Cruise for o 
Corpse, both by Dd phi^e. Flashback continues this 
animation excdfencfi and throws in a large and 
healthy dollop of gameplay ta bccui. 

Such animation, married with excellent back- 
ground graphics^ seems to be a Irndemork af 
games from our French friends. But despite ihe 
excellent visuals they never quite wcmed to master 
that mast ethered ingredient of good ggmepby - 
until new that is. 

Flashback is not only visually great - the control 
method, atmosphere and genera dr i cully level 
have been tobnced to o point af perfection This is 
a game everyone will finish because it wil< grab 
you by the throat and drag you back far mote 
purely because it's so good. 

So, when's it all abo^i \ near you ask? Well, the 
dory goes somedting ;ike this Conrad B Harl, a 
research scientist, has prepared his endrafyear 
thesis., fke has developed a pair of glosses which 
can measure molecular density. 

His device reveals aliens, whose molecular den- 
sity is far greater them curs, living among ihe pap- 
u biion. Ai is the case with the majority of aliens, 
they are not on Earth for a holiday but to take the 
place cvei T 

Unfortunately.. Conrad's mvestvgotions ra-ss sus b 
pidan among the aliens who, quite understand- 
ably, don't want some human spelling around, 
conveying to all and sundry the exact nature g- 
iheif presence on Earth. So, being g cfever dick, 





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The Heath Turner scenario it very reminiscEnt ot 
the Arnold Schwanen negger film, Running Man 


conrhined with big Soot of capture, Conrad pre- 
pares □ holographs message and then serves the 
contend of his memory, which he then sends ta his 
friend Ian. 

Conrad is eventually captured end his memory 
erased by the aliens, Still held captive, he man- 
ages to escape vw a hoverbike wilh the aliens m 
bat pursuit. 

During the chase, Conrad's bike is shat and he 
crashes ta the jungle bebw Content that Cervrod 
did not survive ihe Fall, hj* pursuers leave. 
However, Conrad is c ^ucky bagger and has sur- 
vived the crcLsh . 

He awakes, not ^nawring who he is or where he 
is. Thii is where you take over, You have to Jiicte 
Conrad on his mission to find his pal. Ion, and to 


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Recharge yuur 
shields at every 
opportunity to 
printed yourself 
from enemy Art 


Having completed the fteftttl Tower, C 
wins the Href priie r a ticket to Earth 



racovor his memory. However, as is the case with 
mo si misstons, to find your memory as well as a 
bbke called Ion, thing* are not going to be sim- 
ple, There am oodles of ohstocles, most af which 
shoot trt you, so some nifty jaysiick manipulation 
will be required, 

Thank goodness good d" Cowed juil happens 
*o have a rather mean handgun, which, as is 
humorously evident in so many TV Wetteras, 
doesn't seem to Exhaust its supply of bullets 

Thankfully, Flashbacks control method k as 
goad gs the main characters animation which it 
controls. ~oo many good games hove died a 
quick death due to poor joyst>ck programming 
and DelpHine are obviously awn-eol that fad. 
Once you grab hold of the joystick, you wili 


have Conrad funning, jumping, railing around 
and blasting baddies with consummate ease in ng 


time. 


In fact, the key ta success is the ohility ta quick- 
ly in 01 ter the various movements wnich Canned is 
□hie ta do, Those of you who have played Prince 
of Persia will no daubl take to the controls immedi- 
ately as they are extremely similar 

As you guide Conrad afound the various 
screens, blasting away gll opponents, you will alio 
have to contend with puzzles. You wil came 
acfass many object? such ns □ Force field, anri- 
gngv bell and even exploding mice. c l of which 
you will find useful 

Besides the amazing character 
animation and great back- 
ground graphics, 
there are oh 
spot animations 


that occur when sudh actions as picking ll 
object gr using one are done. 

An example is the shield which absorbs 
hits from a opponent, after which you wi 1 
Various power outlets are cbhed around the- 
rain and when slaod next to one, you 
recharge the shield to full strength 

Therefore, □ good memory is invaluable 
you find your shield bw. Knowing where the 
est power outlet is will impress your dwncc : 
MV rft\ against a paiiicularfy son-of-o-bi.,, I 
rother d die ul I lo kill enemy or enemies, 
believe me, there are rpiite a few bitering araL F -: 
One suspicion I was harbouring when g?k&: 
neview friis wa* that Flashback., although vis 
stunning, was ao-ing lo be ane of those gar 
whose philosophy is to put you right back Ic 
unreasonably early position an the level 
you be unfortunate enough to be ki led 

! wq-j pleasantly proven wrong on that pom; 
the game ^us various Save Game points at 
iheught-aut positions on the levels. However, 
game isn't so v «l ta disk, so if you tom cJf 
.Amiga you'll have ta start from the v«y beginn 
gf the brel you ore on. Combine this RAM 
lealure throughout each level, with the level pas 
wgrds which are 







A rather energetic - and lengthy - 
jump k required to bridge this gap 


Conrad takes off cm a stolen hoverbike to get 
mudi distance between himself and the aliens 


Delphine do if again with this excellent 
arcade adventure featuring jaw-dropping 
animation and eye-popping graphics 


vvided as you complete ead* part and you Foe 
rsi&n whereby e^n the metf impatient of us - 
■ "a throw ihe joystick again the well shading 
"Ol $?"£, it took me oge& So get to 4iis point!"' - 
I fnd adequate. 

Most ggmers expet* a Id from today's game*, 
■'n in lerms of visuals and sanies. Well, from the 
ireensholfc, you can get a good idea of the over- 
• bak of the game - you'll just have le take my 
-ord br it aboul the stunning animation 

The sound eheds ore equally impressive. As 
•ell as various "spal scxindtracis" as you move 
r Dm screen to screen , (here me lots of sound 
- ^eds interspersed throughout the game 
These are especially evident on sveh which are 
: .idoarc, where you gel ihe effect of chirps, bleats 
:1ft general noises of hidden qk-en beads ringing 
r your sors. Very atmospheric I can tell you. 

feides the nasty occupants of thi* planet you 
nd yourself on, which, in general , noed to be shot 
ji soon as you see t^em, ihere are also same 
hienJy folk eager to help (if only to make a fast 


T?»re is limited interaction with these people in 
that you simply walk over to them, press the joy p 
stick button and food the con^rsakon between 
Conned ond the aforementioned person, 

dues as to 


Many or the conversions will qm 
your nexS course of action and pretty scan, 
Conrad regains his memory and the action really 
begins to speed up. 

To cendude. Flashback is as slick a* o James 
Cameron film and \ for one can't wait for she 
sequel 

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Lemmings theme. You play Kevin 
Codner. c man for whom integrity end 
Bravery are so much a port of his 
make-up mat Pfioy mi gk as we I be hi$ msdd-e 
names. As yog rood the intimate interview with the 
man whose very actions yogi soon be controlling 
you realise the scale df your mission 

The SS Lucifer ts, you ^ee, sinking, ond fol' of 
Dim Passengers, oil with a marked dislike d rapidly 
rising waters. Your job is to guide them safely from 
where they enter eo-ch ocmpn^hneni to the exit. 
Sounds pretty similar to Lemmings srill, doesn't if? 

There are differences, though Far a stofl, Levin is 
err ocftjd chonadui who has nothing to do with the 
Dim Passengers. You can t mose the passengers 
actually do anything like you con Lemmkas 
actions are controlled by a numoer of means opart 
from lie passengers fhensdves, cboul which more 


Kevin Codner 
stars in an 
action-packed 
platform romper 
that makes the 
Poseidon 
Adventure look 
like bath time 


that many of them to look alter. At the bottom of the 
screen are a bad of Artistic* which il certainly pays 
to keep your eye on * espodaly the one that tells you 
how much oxygen you've got fek There are win- 
dows for passengers remaining to be saved, fives, 
and how much time is left on the fores of cny bombs 
you've pkmtoct,, 

JETPAC TO SAFETY 

Various objects can be utilised as mentioned ear- 
lier ietpocs Ore very sjsafol - when you pull them off 
rhe wall, they drop into any rising waters wh^ch tyjve 
stranded pasreng^ s an it allowing the passenger* to 
jetpoc to safety, or the top of the sensor. - w-’ ichever 
comes first! 

There's cargo knocking around, which you use to 
make bridge and platforms to comply an esaape 
route for your passmen but converse^ it can get 
in the way, hindering he essential route to the Aufe. 
in which ewe you Con move d 

Bunt pipes shact out Fatal neon at thousands ef 


Abo, the Dim Pcsiengers might be locking 
enough d the grey stuff to soalch the chair at 
MENSA from Sir Clive, bui they haven't got o 
pathological desire to end il all in he same way hal 
our d iff laving chum of old have 

Indeed, iftey'll da everything they can to run 
away horn the rising waters when they come across 
hem. 

Oh, and central is nol via a crosshair and a 
mouse, but by the mare conventional joystick and 
Fire button approach, your burton 

be rig „sec ■ ^^H 

h ings up und 40 Or 

So, we've established that, ^^^H 

although based on the Lemmings idea, 

5 -« nr -1 has fn C*.ir;h ;jr "q i 
■a war i ail ncnsictid C:n r h own 
right, re consider it we wi 

Let’s It. k^ a wander lh^D..gh he 
av«ioge ^ ■-■ l- l h a 1 1 ^c‘ r> Ke^n IHhHj 
appears, x owed vim . ■ || 

number ol Dim Passengers They're 

OiC, chunky Choi'S Cirri ^-e or-n ! , ' ' 


degrees, but you can crawl along them end seal 
them,,, dl Wifi your Fire button! 

There arc various hazards apart from the waters 
based ones; crushers do just that to anything that 
gets in their way, for instance. Many ether helps, 
hindrances and curious objects knock 

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BpHB eve’ -:lir ,,v -‘ ■-'■■»'■ nr-ly '^.•l : ' " ihw 

Lucifer in ihe lir-e screens, 


OK, the idea - albeit borrowed - b m 0*d 
one, aid the sound and graphics are passer- 
nothing special 

hi the ki?sd of game thor, should you r .-« 
paniodbr maritime bent, youll enjuy, bul v 
□vfrage na-nEsplayer, I'd soy lhal there's a 
far slicker, smoother and mere &k citing stuff erre 
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a cW’ o . ftfe. as dees heir rather 
fjfjlj pedestrian speed, 

L "*^J I ' Scundwiie too it s OK, with some 
admittedly very nice water effects, but 
nnam it seems la be o coupb ol years behinefe its 
lime - the theme tone reminds me ci one of the bel- 
ter FD music cfemo n ski 

SIMPLISTIC MAGIC 

As fe as the gamepby goes iLs a mce idea 
and a credible attempt So deviate from the 
Lemmings iaea, but like so marry copied games, the 
more ii debates, he mare it seen* to foio iome 
k^d of &impi&tic magio ft feds rafter duttered, with 
tcc- much suprrifuous stoff going on, 

ThiiSi has he effect af making is hard deciding 
exactly whal's happening, which in tom mokes it 
hand to settle bock into some serious, cofrternplaliw^ 
Paure“cm puz^type thinking as one could do with 
great pleasure in Lemmings, So, he presentation is 


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start of the senaon, so that you con argon-* 
hiendlics, then «fect your br-sP team and y 
your players up to maidi fitness. flu* is o nip 
little Pouch and it's tho first fin* I've iw it door 
in □ football mGnagemeflP $mu. 

As I mentioned before the ieol names e- 
th-Lir touch oF realism to the gome, hid ihey sr 
have the correct ages, so if s only go ng to t> e 
matter of time before you have to re-nome yo 
team to Bqrkside Old Folks Wanderer. 

To slop thii from happening CM 
generates new plnym to come into the got ■ 
obviously you won't of heard of them,, but i 
ntt*flfhel«i o very good idc-n . 

Another big addifeion to the gome i& lie inch 
b-idii oF foreign players into the transfer markr 
There ore in fact 100 foreigners and the gan* 
indudes a wide variety of ploye-rs end country 

UnJess you J iE a totally loopy Football fan thee 
you will never heard of any af them opart her 
the odd Jtalian here and there end that'* euh 
thanks to Channel Four's iuncay afternoon Tl 
programme. You never know, you might pick if 
a Pole Of two! 

lake a gander at the streenshots and you' 
s« that CM 93 is not graphically fantastic. Tht 
controlled 


Jc Could you 
manage 
M Manchester 
United and win 
Rthe Premier 
league title? 
Here's your big 
chance, grab 
your mouse and 
get down to it... 

HH he toolbar leagi 


Week I Preseasflfl i 


ARRfiUGE 


CLUB 
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HEN 

CJURE 


|ue season -s Pinaly com- 

I ing Pa a close. ft's now the time: of Jiearty 
promotion and irclcgclion battles. 
Manchester United are. at the time of 
writing, sitling smugly at the tap af the league 
and it Soots as though Alex Ferguson ha^ finally 
ach eved league success for the Red OeA Iw die 
first time since 1 W K 

Hie pressure af control ling a football dub must 
be immense. Not only d^ you have So run the 
team a-nd moke sure you've got the best 1 1 c dy- 
ers an the park on a Saturday dterfwoii. but you 
must also keep on eye on the money situation 
and the general running of the dub- 

The question Po be asked in this review is, 
could you hovu done it? Could you t-gve taken a 
Barbell dub like Manchester United to the league 
title? Well thanks to Domork you can find ouL 
As the great Bill Shonkly once remarked 
"Football kn> a game of life and death - it’s 
much mate important than that/ 

There are two types of computer football 
games- The Brat is the action /arcade game like 
Sensible Soccer or Kick Off where you have dif eel 
control over your team, There is much more Pa 
football than just ploying it, though, and this is 
reflected in the second type of gome. 

The management type has been around since 


whole game is controlled using ttic mouse one 
central around □ menu system whkh involves o 
lot of clicking. 

The only graphic of interest is the choice & 
pictures which you can hove as yaur bockdroi 
lo Fhe qame. There are seven or so to choow 


You can choose a nice picture of the charm 
ing Chdteo midfield dynamo Andy Townsend 
ar you con even leave it totally blank - the 
choice 05 they soy is yours... 

One thing you should know about is the adu 
d match day. Now this is nothing like what i 
expected when I first saw ik The set-up oF thr 
screen is incredibly basic with the lime $41 in pfif 
lop right corner, the two team names ond six fe 
lie bars at the bottom. 

You get a running commentary d the gome 
but it r s all done in broken English. An exampk 
would be 'Rush rounds keeper. Rolls it in net 
Goal. Goal disallowed. Referee spoiled bandbd 
offence/ It does seem strange at first but dtei 


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that this lyp* of game warrants amaimg graph’ 
ic* anywny. Hi* sound department is virtually 
Aon-esistiHii with only a couple cF them in 
there w !=cn you wore a goaf, but again ifi not 
the type erf game ftat needs sowed, ll's positive- 
ly avtrf hawing with playabiFily and is highly 
addictive. 

There art tw*| ways la buy the 
game! The firrt is So run down the shops and 
pay £29.99 fen il. Th« second is !o upgrade 
your original Championship Manager jby send 
mg the dhlts and E7.99 to ftow ^ire chaps ai 
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Manager '93 , inlelefc, PO Box 1 7 3 fi r 
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To put il sampiy. Championship Manage is 
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WtJI I con ihc ref signalling to his lines- 
man, and w**ve played two mmirtan of injury 
i so i'll w up far you, - * - 

Championship Manager k fte moil complete 
football rnanagenicni ^im I’ re cwr played. The 
s«f amounl of detail ihni's gant info it rs unbe 
o::-h. Simply because so much lime and effort 
is been put rn by lh« games creators it 
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Cvjrything you ftb4r bt in o manage- 
■flenl gqm* is m Championship Manager 93 . 
Vite-nulianah, fcnrfen, scouh, penalties mi so 
m nre nil iher*. It will appeal to the dedicat'd 
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F ew spoking moment can stir the |uitts 
of the "back page headline writers as 
eff^chvdy as yet another England Crick- 
eting disaster, especially when defeat at 
the hands a* Sri Lanka occms only a few months, 
before the Gzzies lam up to defend the Ashes. 

National pride demands a spirited perfor- 
mance and nothing short of victory will drag the 
names of the 1 1 unfortunate while-dad sports- 
man oui of the ninth cirde of hell ta which every 
sports jwrrto i tk Wappirtg banished them after 
the winter tour. 

Graham Gooch's World Class Cricket is the 
fotesi of -a small group of games which have 
attempted to simulate the sport, and comes close* 
than anything yet ^eleaied to the real thing 
Goad games of this sort ore difficult to pro j 
duoe because cachet doesn't lend itself as readily 
OS football to a fast exciting computer game, but 
GGWCC combines simulation accuracy with dick 
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implemented. from LBW& lo run-cuts, ond the 
5 v re 'b graphics coich the eye as soon as play 
commences. 

Crammed onto one dislc as 11 i-s, GGWCC 
loads quickly, plays quickly, and disk access is 
minimal, SO nothing gets in the way of the 
simulation. 

In ploy, the gome con be as complex or sim- 
ple os one likes., and there should be enough 
options to keep even the cricket fanatics happy. 
Play con be Over anything from one to five ;foy$ 
anc the number of avers con be set from 20 to 
unlimited. 

A selection of world teams 3s an offer, com- 
plete with realislic and current player lists, but 
the novice need only have the computer select ihe 
best 1 1 to proceed lo the action. 

The more finicky among us cun chop and 
change team selection by dipping into i^e foil 
squad, and the even more dedicated wi I lind the 
option ro eciit looms, loom names, and even play- 
ers’ individual characteristics to suit ary latte. 

It would, for instance, be perfectly possible far 
o nostalgic player to change ihe Efigi&nd and 


WORLD 

Australia line up lo repeat the infamous "body 
line" tour of the 30s complete with Don Bradman 
and company. 

la play, bowling, hotting, and fielding are all 
token, care of in simple but effective fashion, 
fowling is a matter of placing ihe intended land- 
ing point for ihe ball then dkling the joystick 
isuhofl, cri which point one of two things will hop- 
pen depending m the type of bowler bei*vg used. 

If playi'ng a fast boWfof, the player will see o 
speed bar in fh# corner of the screen which con 
b& controlled by waggling the joystick back and 
forth to increase speed. 

Spin bowlers vary in lhat ihey bring up a 
tdectiofi for feg or ofi spin, Hfw&n the player wag- 
gles fh# joy slick to increase the amount of spin 
Far edded realism., a natural leg spin bowler wifi 
be crhfo to spin the be I fo&ter in lhat direction. 


Bahing can be tricky - my first innings scare of 
ter gi I out should be ample testament ta fhg* - 
but with practice and good liming the eight 

! tp& of shot on offer give he player enough 
nubility to deal with all sorts of bo-je*s. 

There is little in the way of the delicate touch, 
hut the dhake of where in the crease lo stand, 
when ta hit the bunco, and which sha* to ploy 
makes baMing a challenging enough affair with 1 
out fancy extra}, 

Once you manage to pull o decent shat out 
of the bag, joystick waggling is again needed 10 
make rive batynen run at anything mom than □ 
relaxed canter, so pfay can become quite physi- 
cal as ane player wogg es furiously to deliver a 
fast ball and the other does likewise to squeeze 
c single out af a short cut la the midfield, 

Fielding is less controllable, but one (rater* i 
liked was the ability to set a different held 
placement for each bowler ihen save them to 
disk for later use. 

It is possible ta arrange rive fielders for one 
fort bowler then copy it to o I the other fo&t 
bowlers, so quick tactics changes are possible 
before and during play. 

Whan cm opposing batsmen hits the hall, ihe 
display changes to a more distani view showing 
about a quarter of she field, and the f older 
under control is highlighted by cm arrow, 

Players have little or m control Over whal 
happens, and my input seemed ta be limited to 
jvsl pressing the button to throw the bale 
Overa'k despite using the some graofucs for 
European, Caribbean; and Asfan players, the 
lack of a tour or World Cup option, and a Few 
nfrservalions about some crick# fan} willingness 


to indulge in joystick waggling, GGWCC is eci 
!y ihe best cricket game available on the Amic 
and one of the mast well polished and nec^ 
implemenied sports gomes I’ve ever had ,T ■ 
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R emember ihe days when games were 
simple? When s+irs trophies cmd sound 
were bask and the site were slraigbl- 
forward, like A&teroids er f ragged 
They more oflen than not fold you something 
about the game. For instore, a game like Fnogger 
obviously features a frog, but these day* gome 
creators just to call thek garner anything 
they wont lo, a prime example heing Nippon 
Safes Inc. 

Whcrl on earth is that all d&Oul? Well, from ibe 
title you'd Jiinl it’d be about a load bf Japanese 
safes running around the world cousifig haw and 
mayhem! 

No, despite the title Nippon Safes Inc is an 
interactive adventure game, md il hoi la be said 
that it’s rertamly a little bit strange. Not sunrec 
ond far out, but definitely weird. 

It uniquely features three different central char- 
odert to choose from each with their own adven 
r yre and puzzles to solve. Each -character's slaty 
proceeds alongside the others - they 1 ' re irrevocably 
linked. 

tf i up to you whether you decide to solve them 
ono oi a time or alternate between them, The char- 
oclers ihemsdves are vo&tly different from one 
either, but they all have similar objectives. 

The game is sel in and around the fictitious city 
of Tydko in Japan where in the more disreputable 
parts of the metropolis a shady character has been 
wandering around baking suspicious. The obpet is- 
to discover who he or she is end what ihey could 
be up lo. 

Nippon Safes totes a lot of its ideas from trad- 
lord Japanese culture, inccrporaling tea mating, 

J eishc girls,, sumo and so on - although it is set in 
ie 90s, 

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Strangely named 
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bul ihey da hove a unique look to ihem Ihe 
presentation mates a nice change and the 
whale thing has a very catloon-like appeal a*vd 
feel to it. All the characters are quite well 
grurnaled. 

Your perspedke changes os you play ihe 
game It s hard to explain, hut look at the screen* 
shots on the page and you'll s^o ihe different 
views, 

from the br away view on the highway to ihe 
full-screen close-up oulside ihe Hoi Sushi to the 
view from the iVtotra which uses only a -small part 
of the screen, the differed orgies maki it oil that 
little bit more interesting 

Control is a point- ond-dick affair using ihe 
mouse, but there dio is an icon system, This can 
be colled up using ihe right mouse button ond 
allows you to select either o command or on ob|ec1 




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July 1993 



to use. There ore four commands in oil. fwi con 
pick ihings up; examine objects; open ond close 
object; ond mast importantly talk lo people. 

When you Uk to another character, a picture 
of you and his or her head appears. You then get 
two or three choices on whai to say and 'he con- 
versation will continue lilce ihis unhl ycu've laid dl 
you need to. 

You can use objects with other ebjeds, which 
can be done by holding the left mouse button 
down while clicking the right. All in oil, ! he system 
is incredibly oasy la use. 

Some of the puiiles are very Strongs and not 
quite os straightfarword ns in .something like 
Monkey blar’d or Indiana Jones ond the Fate of 
Atlantis, You'll solve most of ihem by stumbling 
around differem ports of Tyoko. 

Unless you check everything you're ‘iicely to 
miss on object which wil become very important 
later on in the game . If I always best to pick vp 
everything you fnd because it can be 0 reel hasste 
having to go bock for stofh 

The centre of Tyoko- i% quite large, but severe 
other ports of the city can be accessed using H he 
very rdiahle Metro tube trains. Once bought 4ie 
ticket can be used os many times os you like ond 
will never run out. British Rail lake note r 

There is a certain amount o L humour. For 
example, the programmers pi in on appeancrae, 
but mo si af iheir jokes Oftly apply to themselves. 

Njgpofi Safes is nowhere near as funny ps 
M onkey Sslond. but k far funnier ihon Jimmy 
Tarbuck. Its best pain! is that it's so different bom 
everything dse 

The presentation a spot on ond nit the graphics 
pre brill ionl, especially the backgrounds. There 
isn't much to listen lo on the sound front, but slhere 
are several spot effects like b.nds tweeting in the 
park to test your Mrs out an. 

At feasl there isn't p bloody annoying tune that 
plays all ihe way through like some other adven- 
tures I could mention, but won'i. 

The control system is wdl designed and you'll 
be able to master il after only a couple of minutes' 
ploy. The biggest bonus has to be the fact that 
you've I'terally got three gomes in one All three 
□dventores, despite having similar cbjedives, are 
completely different 

One thing I hove to mention ii the 'ud ihtfi d>e 
gome comes on five disks, so a hard drive is 0 


Three 



Donna Fatale 

Donna is a variety actons who abandons 
promising corw os a ballet dancer to enfe* 
glittering world of show business. She omw 
Tyoko dauled by the promises of a 
impresario who, after having squandered rf • 
possessions, left her to a life orr the bodn 
of legality. Will do anything (ahem) to get q 
in show business. 








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3iftO tritt hi) hardiest to get a wlIk^H part « The Bill while on his waj to the I nr . ! rt ( - 


e : company 


Outride fht Wat Sushi and I wouldn't HWSS about with that bouncer W 1 were you,.. 


Donna performs her hnfavtieiH Strip act at the Hot Sush i 


(feh nire must, if you do ptay on disb than you i be 
swopping until the cows came home - fine if you 
con put up with il! if you're gosping for on ad^en- 
lure having completed everything else p round r 
Nippon Sgfas Inc could be well worth your time 
and money. 

One thang I con‘t wort out is jjust why iho ere 1 
priors cdtod il Nippon Safes Inc. I suppose ifs jfusi 
ooing have to be one of li(e"i I ill I e 
mysteries, 

JONATHAN N1A0DOCK 


Our beefy chum meets Mr Bill Stickers.., 


Gong Nuts is let nut of prison arid begin* 
his adventure in the city of Tyaku 


Din® Fagioli 

A former baser with Italian origins, Boskolly a 
good and hones! 5 M but often falls into traps 
id by people taking advantage of the fad HKai 
he i tn ' t very well endowed in ihe brain 
department 

After a series of defeat! in the boxing 
world he boarded a ship bound for Japan 
walking as o deck hond. Following big 
umpteenth scrape, he was thrown off the ship 
in Tyoko, where he is desperately trying to 
make ends meet. 


Doug Nuts 

electronics genius who uses his knowledge 
■ unfawful purposes ahhough so far only with 
ncgpe results. His career q$ an electronic engh 
wr at Oxford ended when he was caught Bd- 
=N th* results ef the examj stored in the locub 
computer. Sluderrti, eh? 

H# then moved to Japan, the homeland of 
efetfronics. He gels picked up by the cops every 
ime one of his gadgets foils when trying lo 
»eak into bis local bank, A dirty little teo-fwf 
aid no mistake. 


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This one o< the 
strongest gomes IV& 
evei played, The 
graphics Ote amaz- 
ing and could hove corns straight otl 
of a caitaan, toodi at <aiele swaps 
requi'ea It you haven't 0 tioid auk. 


Publisher ► PMI 
Developer ► Dynabyto 
Disks > & 

Price > £29.99 
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sonwar* houses VT I Wff| 
stopped doing L 

Dungeon Mniter 

clones. Worlds ol legend may have 
tr& odd teatere which sets it a pari 1 bul 
II is Hill o PungiQfi Master clone. 




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WORLDS 


LEGEND 


I S up-sels me to see bow l^ttfe lime and effort H 
lakes faf such a large company to knock out a 
game like Worlds of Legend. The small 
amount of documentation thoi we jot wilh 
stotos. ihfli it 'provides new players with a com- 
pletely eew experience in ad venture rofo ptayi^g". 

The :>nd fad is that i* brings nothing new to the 
world of Amiga games; the way the gome is can- 
s^rycien is about OS Ofiaind as writing another 
Space Snyoden. 

So now IV completely destroyed it. I should 
explain why. Well for a start if 5 a totally unorigi- 
nal idea - hpw may gomes in the last year or so 
can you "a me iha* entail you controlhng four char- 
acters with a quest to fulfill Each d the characters 
having tocir own ratings far dexterity, ski I and so 


Wfatlraiak# In their medieval 


The main screen tj rap hies aren't that hat but 
the little icons round the tide ire very nett 


Can another role-playing adventure add 
anything new and fresh to a tired genre? 


on? Sound familiar yet? The fir« to do this proper- 
ly was Dungeon hosier, which wai and still is a 
classic. Some games horve followed a sfcgMy dif 
format vein and come good - Sabre ifa um For 
nstafK-e - but noting ha& ever quite equalled the 


Worlds of legend begins when 0 messenger 
comes to toll one af the four members of the group 
of the death of his father. This death means lhal 
die land !n which they i*s will he plunged into 
war, It is your job to tove&bggto the faiality and 


c«s 


stop ihe whole land fa! ing into ike wrong hards. 
As soon os you ge! the message that your father 
has bee* 1 murdered, the rest of the tond 
crazy and starts fightmg. This mokes it very 
to travel to different towns because most people 
won't let you in unless you have the prop 1 
er pass, so to get in you have to bribe 
them or boot them up which tan get pretty 
tedious because it's the some c d thing 
time and time aqdfl. 

The fight sequences one laughable 'he 
computer does most of the fighting for you 
- all you have to do is occasionally moke 
the w zgrd cos! a spell or iura one af the 
f gr.ters into 0 berserker. You can even 
mote one of the other chorootors sing o 
song! 

Wfoal ihoS is supposed to do I don't 
know - some prat -stogng 'Tie me kanga- 
roo down, sporf to several hloodlhirsty,. afcoh 0 - 
crazed psychopaths isn't going to have much 
effect, I fear. 

"0 look at, ihe 'ighl sequences remind me 
slightly of Space Crusade only itof os nfcloi ed. 
There ore soma realty nice touches iq the screen, 
foi instance in ihe top left-hand corner here is 0 
dumpy looking dragon with 0 briefcase cb&e*viivg 
ond acting os 0 cartographer. 

But as 0 rjfi the p'cdh cal representation af 
the people you meet is pretty bog standard and 
uninteresting, and the oni motion pretty poor as 
well, "he character contra method is pretty simple 


Along the bottom of th* screen you can see the menu 
bars which allow the different characters 1 skills 


- that's the gome’s saving grace, really, 
does the gameplay invoke ytxj dieting on 0 
moving your bond lert, righl, forward or 
which is one thing I despise abevt the ongi 
Dungeon Master. Efal you do feel very limited a : 
whoi you actually have oantral aver when ploy 

Worlds of Legend. 

I am, t'm afraid, very disappointed indeed. 

SEN STYLES 


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NO 

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CJinU.S.A 
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Cartoon Classics 
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Qiese H.Q 
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Chicatgo &o 
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Clrocki Egg. 
Civilisation 
Combe Racer 


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YES 
NO 
YES 
YES 

Disable Cache 
NO 
NO 
YES 

Disable Cache 
YES 
YES 

Simpsons NO - Rest YES 
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Disabled Cache 
NO 


YES 

NO 

NO 

NO 

YES 

YES 


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FIG Combat Pi n' 
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Fast F&od 
Ferrari FI 
Fighter Mission 
Fighting Soccer 
F na Command 
Fmsl Flitfit Only 
Final Flight Super Fight 
Fire Force 
Flimbo's Quest 
Footballer nl The Year 
Forgotten World* 

Fun School 2 
Fuzz ba ll 

Games- Espana '92 

Gary UnekeY* Holshot 

GBuntlal 2 

Gauniiei 3 

G&mi Wing 

Global Effecl 

Go For Gold 

Gold Rush 

Gold runner 

Grand Monster Slam 

Gild Ion 

Guardian Angel 

Hagar 

Hard Bail 

Hard DmmY 

Harlequin 

Head Over Heels 

Heimdad 


YES 

NO 

YES 

Works- Too Fast 
YES 
NO 


Manchester Umled NO 

Ma:i Compilation Only TURRlCANE 'Works 
Mean ia+ Dais Oink 


Mega Twins 
MerC£ 

Miami Chase 


NO 
NO 

Doable Cackle 
Works but Fasl 


NO 

Miopprose FI -OP 

YES 

NO 

Mdmght Resistance 

NO 

NO 

Midwinter 

NO 

YES 

Midwinter 2 Flames 

NO 

NO 

Mig 29 {Oxtemesters) 

NO 

Disable Cache 

Mig 29M Super Fulcrum 

YES 

YES 

Monkey island 

YES 

YES 

NAonly Pylhon 

YES 

YES 

Mnonwalkc' 

NO 

Disable Cache 

Mousetrap 

NO 

Disable Cache 

Myth 

YES 

NO 

Nam 

NO 

YES 

Navy Moves 

Disable Cache 

NO 

New Zealand Slory 

NO 

NO 

Nigel Mansell Champ 

YES 

NO 

Nightbreed The Movie 

NO 

Disable Cache 

Ninja Warriors 

NO 

YES 

Ndrc Boosl 

NO 

NO 

lOOoc Turbo 

YES 

NO 

Operation Thundeitiak 

YES 

YES 

Outrun 

NO 

Dibble Cache 

Outruft Euroca 

NO- 

YES 

Paperboy 1 

YES 

NO 

Paperboy 2 

YES 

NO 

Parasol Slurs 

YES 

YES 

Passing Shot 

NO 

Fan 


Samurai 

Santa's Xmas Cepe* 

Savage 

Seconds Oul Boiling 
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5imp$ons Bad V Mutants 
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Sooty+SweetJ Fun Numbers 
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Space Crusade 
Space Quest 1 
$oaeo Slalion 
Special Forces 
SpeilBound 
Spellbound Dizzy 
Sp*dertronic 
Spike IN Transylvania 
Slar Blaze 
SlarglxJe* 


YES 


YES 


*E£ 


YES 


NC 


YES 


YES 


NO 


YES 


v = 


YES 


NO 


NO 

YES 

YES 


YES 
YES 
NC 
Yf” 
NO 
YES 


Stargooee 

YEt 

Steel 

YES 

Sieei Empire 

Disable Cac"-' 

Sleg THe Slug 

YE j 

Steve Davi* SnoYoser 

YES 


YES 

NO 

NO 


Phantasma 
Pidionary 
Pinball Fanlasies 


YES 

YES 


Streel Fighter 1 
Streei Fighter 2 
Ssrider 
$tridar 2 

Stop Teaser*- Data 
Strike Fteel 
Striker 

Super Ail Stars 
Super Cars 
Super Figh:era 
Sup-er Grand Pria 
Super Monaco GP 
Super OV Hoad 
Super Ski 
Super Tetris 
Swap 

Switchblade 2 


NC 

NO 

YES but Very Fa. 

NC 

YE5 

YES 

YES 

NO 

WWF - No FlFST - Ye 
NC' 


NC 

NO 

NO 

YES 

NO 

NC 


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OmI Croc Twins 

NO 

YES 

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Hollywood Collection Only BATMAN Worts 
HoYes VIS 

Pit Fighter 
RUtos 
Pod0v& 2 

TW 

YES 

NO 

owr* 

3D Pcol 

Tag Team Wrestling 

NO 

YES 

Count Duckula 2 
Covert Action 

YES 

YES 

Populous 1 
Populous 2 

NO 

YES 

Test Drive 
Test Drive 2 

YES 

NC 

Crackdown 
Qrezy Cara 

Crystal Kingdom tozy 
CurM of Enchamia 
Cyberball 
Damocles 

YES 

NO 

YES 

norm: ztxiiuies. 

Humana 
Ice Hockey 

NO 

NO 

Postman Pat 
Postman Pat 3 

YES 

YES 

YES 

NO 

YES 

NO 

Thai Boxing 

Thomas The Tank Engine 
T nomas T gnk Fun Words 
Thunderblade 
Thunderhawfce 

NO 

YES 

YES 

YES 

NO 

iffipossambie 
Indy Fata Allan&S Ad 

NO 

YES 

Po 

Pro Fflhl 

YES 

YES 

NO 

Indy^s Last Crusade Acl 
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NO 

YES 

Prospector 

Prelector 

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Thunderatrika 

YES 

Deathtrap 

GNsaOli’ Cache 

ii/Co 

NO 

Push Over 

YES 

Top Banana 

Nu 

iLirt 

Oaltw Ship Teaser 
Demolition 

Yta 

NO 

imemanona ??yijc , ar 
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NO 

YES 

Di&ebLo Cache 
YES 

Putty 

Puzznic 

YES 

Disable Cache 

Tower 01 Babe* 
Total Recall 

NQ 
YE 5 

Disc 

Dizzy Collection 

NO 

Disable Cache 

Italy 1990 
Jaguar XJ220 
Jack NWaus G^aal 10 
Jecfc Nicklaus Un.iim.ilEd 

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Quedrolien 
Quanto * 

NO 

YES 

Treasury Island Dizzy 
Turbo Tra* 

YES 

NC 

Dray Excellent Adverrhine 
Dizzy PajiiC- 
Dizzy Princc^Yolk FoUt 
Dpge Of War 
Doodlebug 

YES 

YES 

H L. u 

YES 

Quatro Fighsers 

YES 

YES 

NO 

YES 

YES 

Turrican 
Tusker 
Twin Turbos 
LJInmatp Goli 

YES 

NO 

YES 

YES 

Jahangir Khan Squash 
James Pond 

YES 

Doable Cache 

Qufisl+ Glory 
Quest 01 Agrvain 

NQ 

NC 

Disable Cache 

Jet Sel Willy 2 

Disable Cache 
NO 

H-Type 

Rail Road Tycoon 

■l/ILII 1 V WI1 

Viz 1 

YES 

Double Dragon 2 

NO 

jimmy w ni*P s* 

NO 

Rainbow Island 

YES 

Voyager 

NC 

Double Dragon 3 

YES 

KilCM ufrfr i ima 

Kid! Gloves 

Disable Cache 
YES 

Ft&mbff3 

YES 

W.W.F.1 

NO 

Dragon Ninja 

YES 

Raving Mad 

YES 

War Zone 

YES 

Dragons Of Flame 
Dream Team T2 

NO 

YES - Rest NO 

Knighima^e 
Kwlck Sna* 

YES 

NO 

YES 

NO 

YES 

Rebellion 
Red Lightning 
Fled Zone 
Roedblesters 
Rottin Hood 

NO 

YES 

Wmdwalker 
Wir^ Commander 

YEE 

YES 

Drum Studso 
Dungeon MaSter+Chacs 
Dynasty Ware 

NO 

YES 

NO 

Kyrandia 
Last Battie 
Last Ninje 2 
Lsander 

Lemmings + Oh No Moral 
Lelhal Weapon 

YES 

YES 

YES 

Wipe Oul 
WszBail 
Wiz Kid 

NC 

YES 

YES 

NQ 

YES 

YES 

E-Motion 
Electronic Pool 
Elvira 

Disable Cache 
NO 
YES 

Disable Cache 
YES 

Rotun Smith Cricket 
Rotocod- James Pond 2 

NO 

YES 

YES 

World Class Boxing 
World Class leadertmrd 
World Class Rugby 

Emlyn Hughes 
Enl&roer 

England C ha no ion 

NO 

NO 

IJtlle Pvfl 
Lotus 1 

i j i !>ia l> u L-acne 
NO 

• ihJv — 

Hobo Spart 

NO 

NO 

YES 

World Cricket 
World Series Cnckel 
X-Out 

YES 

YES 

YES 

Lotus 2 

Luro Of Temptress 
Ml Tank Ratoon 

NO 

YES 

YES 

YES 

FtobozoTie 

Ftottiand 

NC 

Epic 

Escape Robot Monsters 

YES 

NO 

yFfl 

S.A.S Combet 
S.C 1 - Chase HQ2 

YES 

NO 

Z-Oul 

Zak McKracken 

NO 

NO 

European RampagoWWF2 
European Super League 

YES 

YES 

Mb qic M31n& 
Magicland Dizzy 

1 1— u 

YES 

S.E.U C.K 

YES 

Zool 

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Sinbad Junior works for the fair and just' Caliph as an apprentice gardener tending to his incredibly excessive palace gardens. Today however he gazes upon another beautiful 

flower ■ the Princess Laila as she stands on a balcony high above the gardens. 

Away in an eerie floating castle dark deeds are at hand. The evil Vizier, in his dastardly plan to rule the kingdom, has despatched a demon from the nether regions of hell to 

kidnap the princess and cast a mighty spell over the kingdom. 

As Sinbad stares up at the balcony a dark shape descends from the sky, mauling and clawing at Laila. 

Uila screams and the demon lifts off clutching the beautiful princess. Sinbad makes a desperate leap to grab the claw of the monster, but is left on the balcony flat on his back. 

As the demon disappears into the clouds Sinbad is surrounded by the Caliphs guards and hurled into prison on a charge of sorcery. Now, taking on the role of Sinbad Junior, 

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His two m«t aulsianding obit 
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He is very impressive when it 
comes to grenades os he can 
throw them much (urthe* than 
any df his colleagues. 

Unfortunately, Jones is 
locking in the marksmanship department ? his 
can be helped by giving him tr- [7A2 which 
will increase his ability. 

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C Calvert - Trooper 

As he is renowned for his 
speed and perception, 
Calvert is exceptionally 
good at hearing and spoi- 
ling enemy movement He ?s 
quite good with a gun so he 
is more ibart capuble af 
dealing with most situations. 

He works best with q G3 which is ih$ 
lighted weapon with the longest range. Make 
sure he is kited out with at feast two mqgor 
zines, This -s because he will have 
mare encounters due to his abi% ta spol 
froubfe 


T L Roderick - Sergeant 

The loader of the group is also 
Fastest so i die 


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with 




the ih?rd 

the parly. His ability 
a gun is incredible so you should 
arm him with iiw M6A2. 

Although he possesses on 
average percepl-on rail no and 
paev stwgth, his other qualities mofe than make 
mp for it. One find thi^g la remember! Do nat, 
mdw any cfeanmiancfflj expeti him to throw a 
grenade accurately, 

This is extremely important when he is accofn- 
p«Med by a hostage. 






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McDonald - Lance Corporal 


Although he is pretty much your Mr Average., 
McDonald has goad speed, and when you give him on 
L7A2,, his madesmemship ii very good. 

As the dodgy saying goes 'Jack of n I trade*, mas- 
ter of ^one■! ,,, H is mein wee icness is his pe^cepiion hut 
even in lh<s oepartmeftl he is only second *0 Troops 
Calvert. 

Choosing the correct weupons and equipment is. o so important 
wh m you are about Id enter a mission. Eoch player should be given a 
huilet fxooF ve?r and an 51 Q respirator, Give C5 gos grenades I no 








more than two) to I reaper Janes and Lance Corporal 
McDonald. Give the medico kit to McDonald as well II !l explain later! F 
but dcri'l use ihe spare, This will safeguard you in cose McDonald is losl 
in action . 

Make ju« you only use one rrragazine For those guns (hat have a 
good capacity. Any mo r e lexcepi In the coso of Calvertl are a waste i[ 
your joMiors are cut down in action. 

Stun grenades are the leost effective weapons but dray can actually 
kill on enemy whe* ihey era used ol dbse range, They nre quite limiled. 
however, so try nd la- use fhpn ol. 


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Usually two shots fnam l+iis machine gun are enough 
to take out the enemy at a great distance. 
Unfortunately, on y two are available and ammo is 
scarce. If you find any ammo for this gun, g?ab it 
quickly. 


M16A2 & G3 

These are usually the second choice for guns, There 
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great distances. 

* Do not swap an y weapon be/ween the missions a* 
tf]js resyJte rn a Jos* of ammo wfifcA is already 
loaded m rfie gun*. 

The medical kit 

There ore only two of these to begin with but you 


can find same more on later missions, ft is a good 
idea to split the teom up into teams pf two, each can 
then carry a medical kit, passing it on 1o the injured 
person. 


CS gas 8c stun grenades 

These two items are both very handy in fignt corners 
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you have enough action points to throw them or you 
could end up in a tricky situation. 


Gas mask 

An essentia ilem and fortunately there arE enough 
to go around. 

Bullet-proof vest 

Another indispensable item. It cuts down the amount 
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Always t-sllccr uwfu equipment From the detected 
members af your team. For instance: cqs masks, bullet 
proof vests, medical kits and any decent weapons. 
Always grab ifee medhol kit, 

Mov* slowly in toamj of (wo and cover each 
other's backs. Save al least 2 ' action points in stick y 
situations. 


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Your abjective for mission one is lo rescue 
four hostages who ore being held within the 
confines of a prisoner of war camp. Once qI 
the hostages have been rescued yau must 
guide the remaining members of your team 
la safety. 

When reinforcements are called in they 
usually come through the moin gate lhat you 
used to enter the camp. Il is a good idea f 
you leave one of your party on these gates to 
deal with them when they arrive. This acts as 
perfect protection when your other team 
members are bringing curt hostages. 

You'll probably find that McDonald is the 
best man for the job. You can also leave a 

he will be in the 


and dispose ot the mam guard. I he mam 
guQfds r unlike the randomly-placed enemy 
hoopers, ace afways positioned in the some 
piece. One such guard is always near the 
main gates at the beginning of this level. 

The next hostage is placed in the hut 
directly in front of the mam gates. As this is 
the easiest hostage to rescue, Sergeant 
Roderick is best used here as he doesn't quite 
have the speed of Trooper Calvert. 

The lust hostage is situated in the hut to 
the far right of the camp. He is one of the 
trickiest to rescue because of the surrounding 
windows and the open space. Use Trooper 
Calvert !□ gel the hostage out and take him 
back through the trees. 

Don't take him back near the fence as. the 
reinforcements will be able to pick you both 
off with considerable wse- 

When operating your soldiers, always try 
to leave them with about 1 5 action points at 
the end of their turn. This will give you a bet 


Even after you hove received lrratifK?n(, keep 
well hidden until you have enough action 
points left in make it la ■same mare cover . 

The mace experienced players will find 
this level pretty -easy to complete with just 
two soldiers, namely Janes and Calvert. 
Although it will take longer, you'll bo obfe to 
save your other team members for the later 


medical pack with him 
best position to uid any af his Mlaw soldiers. 

The first two hostages are in the hut at the 
bottom left banchcemer of the comp. Trooper 
Jones is the best man la tackle this as there 
are quite a few enemy soldiers polling the 
area. Using his speed, he can get in the door 


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spread ouf 
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I iileit 

Ptiut Austin takes to the air with 
fltftbtpatbs and peruse* .Agfa 's 
impressive select inn of iideo- 
specific Workbench J fonts 


Programming 

Assembler pwigramnters gei the 
inside stony cut using text Md graph 
k.f hr intuit fun windows ,Wfl»5jare/ 
Stanger crufts the code [ V 


Music 

The deftntiii# ItHHAwH on a major 
revision tor Bine Bihixm's Sttperjtim 
gets the Paul Austin treatment,,- and 
tires 1 t* 


Cotnms 

Pbti South took* at a Ji rirm which 
ensures that mHhirsg you Send 
through four modem COM he seen by 
anyone tmoutborUtd recipient ., | < 


ilHROf 

t/o fw 'em or hate 'em. Fractals have 
become synonvfmms with todays 
petti er graphic s computers, Phil 
South creates Some ns tug Amos | 4 , 


Puidisbfttg 

Ben Pointer explains bon' to det'ise, 
print nee and print good-looking 
iritay t urds It i ret'Otutiowise you r 
music cassette cfittecimn | I 


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net! you start getting to .u.rips. with (In- practical 
aspects of AKexx. one of the first issues that 
crops lip is she control of its output. Since 
ARexx is so gon<j with lexs-ooented applications, n makes 
sense to he able to present them attractively 
Various dilutions have been proposed for linking 
ARexx with Intuit ion. [lie- Amiga's windowing environ- 
ment. However, these can be tricky for beginners: we 
have looked at them in the past, and no doubt we will 
look at them again in the future. Today, instead, we will 
look at something much simplt r. 

i li m referring to die presentation of text-based output 
which, at fir^c glance, seems very limited. After all. the 
only output facility supplied by \Rexx t> the restrictive 
instruct km, right? 

Headers uf Jib column w ill know that things are not 


quite duit bad, Along with the S.Vi mstmaion ARexx can 
often its own text output windows {■ consoles), and write to 
them just us if they, were files. 

In addition, by using die sa^alled ANSI codes, you can 
spice up your display, with some control l>vlt the colour, 
fonts and so on We looked at this subject brictly, wa^ 
back in October 92. Hut there Is amen df enough Interest 
to k*>k at it again, in a bit more depth 
Of course, the trouble with using SAY is that it forces a 
Return after it ha* finished printing. You cannot w:in- data 
on a line, get some more data, and then write it on the 
same line. 

The way around this is to treat the console (ie the Cl.t 
window) as a file, and write data directl) to it. This 
method is mure flexible. and can he used to write either 
lines or characters. The procedure for opening a new win- 
dow 1 is very easy; we use the same function, openQ, 
which we use tor regular file* 

The openO (unciiurt rakes ihree arguments. Firstly, a 
logical filename, wr hlclundle (which you specify), used 
for referring to the output stream. Secondly,, the 
Amiga DOS specification for the window* w hi. h look- like 
this: 


litic e : k / 5f l w i dih Jh tig* t i m it •' \ 1 ig i 

Hie device is most often con: - there are others, but 

they will not concern to here. Workbench 2.d users may 
■ 

also lute the optional flags, for instance to add a Close 
gadget You can also specify the AmigaDOS shorthand for 
the ament Cl. I window, which is a '. 

Finally, there is a llag to say whether we are opening 
for reading or w riting, which in our case s* "w 

Before writing. remember to lest if sour new window 
has opened successfully - something may have prevented 
ll! 

nieces = DfEsloutp j 1 1 F 1 ^ on : 2 3 ^ 20-*' i C 5 *' 1 C It ' Dti r ulndowVV) 

2F I U S S 5 THEN ifH UchfSUtputl, Dili tt.'i 


Remember that if you have opened your own console 
window 1 it will dose automatically as soon as your pn> 
grain exit*. This may nut give die user enough time to 



AHOXX output doss not have to J»e tot ally honr it§ 


read alii the iitfurmaiion. In this case you should eitlter Tilm- 
shod pause, i at else specific-ally ask tlie user ii he she is 
In quit The best w,q to pause is by ratling the dekyftkl 
Function A tick is 1 50 of a second. 

The delay!. 3 function in not a part of the main ARexx paJ 
age. but b found in the rexxsupportiibrary supplied \\ 
ARexx* You should therefore ensure lIue it is available, c-c 
by having the line: 

rsL 1 D r fiis u»&r-t. library 0 -33 3 

in ynui' sUTtupscquenee. or else by checking that ii is presei 
from within the program: 

IF "shnvttfbrifitl ^ 1 fen 5 uop^rt. library 1 : 

TnE^I iddlib ( 1 fftinsupport. library 1 

Now , onto a problem that is quite common once users 
opening tbdr own output wmdmvs. Suppose that a piece 
cock outpuEs some text, and then runs :m AmigaDOS 
nund which also outputs text, such as; 

ptf 

UiKrss T openO:on&Gli / *' y 

L it - a d i tf Lnl e/Here ii Ihe cl circitory listing : 

sd:rese mw\f ‘list e: 1 


\s long as die program is directing its output to the same ■- 
from which was launched, you will not mrtice anythin 
unusual. However, if [he output is going to a different const: 
for instance, if the first line had been: 

= PDcn(igfi3fliE! F 1 «DiulD/10J l 3lMl/7^C'Utpyt Hindnnb r y ! 3 

then die output of SAY and writecliiconscile.) would appear 
the new window, but the results of the AmigaDOS comm 
would tf ill gti printed nut at the old window! 

The naive approach to this problem is to redireci ih€ 


Amiga DOS output to a lempomry file, and then to read . 1 1 
print this file out in the new window. It works. ItuT it’s messy 
There is a far simpler and more elegant approach, which 
not often documented (even some of the available lx>oks 
\ lie v:\ do not uiendon ii: however more of that story next r-> 
when wc sun reviewing the nibble ARexx, literature... 3, 

ARexx maintains a logical filerame. called STIX>U', w 
all output (including stuff from AmigalXlSJ is directed 
default i Ins is the initial CD or Shell. In tl>e liIh>vc example, w 
though you are writing to a new window, ArnigaDQS L* 
writing to STDOIT. 

The obvnous thing IO do then, is to dose STDOUT. c 
reopen h in your new w indow After tills, everything will a] 
there correctly. Even the output of the SAY instruction ■ ij 
appear in the new window, since SAY xxxx is equival 
wmdnr snxjLT.xxxx ). Here is an example . 

eNifiglni STtO JT *i 
jiHG - cUtg( 1 ITbftUT 1 3 
i 1 * pJtPU^ ia nos disab^d *■' 

iuCC 1 q d? n I/* 3 T3 QL I s /cori^O^G.'Z^Di 1 lDO'Nej STDJUT'p'v'J 
f* alt cutD'jT ii ^0^ red i re c t edJ CO flti NindGH 
EA 1 1 N p f t is thf t: dirEcterj- Liitin ^:' 1 

ft qdieis tmm 'Hit c: r 

ten = Hfftelnt 'STpMT V™ flyt *or non 

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AREXX 


= fi ! n V' 

pertO) 


li *S»U 1 ) || til II J 


Ay^Jflie.rEix 
Th? hindou u e 1 L L yiE */ 
ri ^ no ov = k con;Z2D l ^0/2DD./EOD^Ccu4ttri. 

DpeaCou t put ,i u 1 p d^H ^ 1 m< 1 3 
/■ 5-Qne cod es ve use *1 
CSI = ■Jb , i 

Ufll-a = eetf u ; italic 
undpf - pEnld ; TtSft : 

M = 'm»'% 

Atdint = C5] | | E 
service = CSL I| 'D;mH 
[ Loc fc p En = pEA( , 32;43 , j 
b L 2 c k.p tn = peril "fZftl'l 
cLocklic-14 - [Si II UjlftH 1 

f* iet lip or uindQd */ 

riHEethEuatpuc aetvhUe) 

y ri techCDutpulj. E Lockp+n M cUfldltld || tii*I3l 

un telntputpuT, L l* s | 'IE' 1 

yri teln^outpLt „ bLickptfi 1 1 1 D& 50&e taunting: 1 ) 

trftiiitautput, iV- || 1 ' 5 

MHutfttOuEput, DflW "I blaikpEfi 'Huibtf rfiet> 


Listing I 


U r i EeLntc jtfliltj, ItlLIc || ^Lackper 'his' fEStd 
jri i;^ LnlcutpuT, blatfptn ' C h i ■ . 1 ) 
m r i !:iln(wjtflltj M urdfr || 'iin(iiMD ) 1 I r es t E > 
{* I repent l.ocp */ 

D-0 i - Ed 90 

mttl((#utp®t H c LockpEr 1 1 elncMifld II timiY* 
■Tlttlnfoutput, ® L ackpEnl 
wrl t«lnf iiutput , C5J I i: 1 ,' 

mill W labZ || i f 

flSiiMne tab2 | dhi i ) , 

ntiMni T3P^ II dicdJ , 

neHline tab2 || dt LstrC+sinCi/lD3,A)J 

kelttfO HIS Ltlld te fpriit the siru) ■/ 

I* Iht + s,ign con verts t^E ebaraettn V 
f* reteived Fry* rtKiiatkllh ta h nmber */ 

ElD 

deliydOD) 

EKIT 

jf * Function ^ar 
phtr : 

HErutH CSI 


clfifer ^jrjpii [ (fiSas 


II irgti) II 


Utexx also maintains two oilier logical filenames, or streams, called 
STDCN and STDEHR. 5TD1N is the regular input, ft™ which data is 
PULbed and STDfRR is used when tracing a program. If [lie global 
faring console is dptn r it takes over ns S-TDERR. Hie other way of 
ontrulling the appearance of the output is by means of ANSI codes 
These are special characters, included in the text, which will not 
appear when it is printed.. 

They arc most commonly used lor creating effects like IxsJd or \u\- 
c texi, and for changing the colour of the (ext and background 

An ANSI code is indicated hy a Contfol Sequence Iniroducer, 
which is mo si often Esscj (or ihSh'x m ARexx f followed hy the rude. 
•Jh'x can also he List'd. 


nuke versatile and useful displays 
without having to resort io GL I pn> 
jamming. These displays are snmc^ 
wliut like the old DOS cursor driven 
displays or the I n is h cutset" envi- 
ronment - not exactly scale of the art. hut they do the job. 

A fairly comprehensive Listing of the ANSI commands can be 
bmnd in the Amiga ROM kerne) Manuals under console-device, tout 
any ANSI dual mental inn should In them. Hie codes are a machine 
independent standard ANSI is the American Naiional Standards 
lastilute, a bit like our own BSI. There Lire many consoles and termi- 
nal* that onnftitm to the ANSI standard, and it is widespread in the 



The ANSI codes for die control of the console can do much mow 
ihan just change the colour and the style of the text. They provide 
lull control of the turnsole, including random petitioning of the cut* 
-or, control of tabulation, insertion and deletion uf lines. clearing ol 
the display, as well as a few more arcane, Amijp*spLirifr Junctions 
With these resources ai their disposal ARexx prugrainmers can 


ct slums world. 

In additkifi many text! tie leaders baidi as MuchmoreJ will accept 
embedded ANSI ocxles, and display them correctly. I have included a 
Ibthle uf the ivm. tft common bim.l useful codes, En conjunction with the 
example shown in lasting 1. which you can run and watch, you may 
get a few ideas fin - your nwn | urograms 



Commonly used 


• <n> indicates a value and should not tw typed directly. 




Insert n characters (characters imist follow ) 

Esci<n>A 

Cursor n puNitiou.* tip ( preserve bortz' pm ) 

rsej<n>B 

Cursor n |K>*iiwuis flown {preserTf: i k pofl") 

Escl<n>C 

Cursor n poxilions forwnnl 

FrSc|*n j D 

Cursor u positions buck 

rise) <n>E 

Cursor to next Mm 

J : jsci<n>F 

Cursor to previous line 

E$c(<nlinJ>Et 

Cursor to posit ton nCsii 


t]lei it screen tn end ttf display 


I. rase 10 end of line 

i : Aut<ti>L 

hibSert a lim k 


IKleu j a line 

fac[<ii>P 

Dtk’te a chantcter 

lvscE'<ik>in 

ihi* rode controh die graphics rendition. 
Multiple values for n, separated by send 
colon* nrc MCvplablr, F-jf- FAclW-? i i*n 



Alex Gian looks 
at ways of 
making your 
ARexx text 
output more 
interesting 


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lightpathfi seems quiic promising with two disks, si 
video und a mini manual - uH for £49 95, Huftrarver 
jfter dose inspection of ihe photocopied video 
s eever - complete with a different font For almost ever word - 
n ■. confidence slowly began to fade. 

Intrigued by the dodgy packaging, I sat back ready to be 
pressed by the contents of the aforesaid video, Alas the este- 
r was only a taste of what lurked within, 

I he action began with a spectacular example of Amiga 
leographics af their most cheesy with the graphics outdone 
ily by hacking music which screamed oul for a vocal over- 
jh along the lines of H Hi my name is Sven, would you like to 
x j e my knocks'll rstr " (?!) 

After suppressing ihe urge to do the overdub myself, a dLs- 
m bod ic d v oice oF a tha n kfu I ly j n ony m< m s < trat o r l>ega n 
e stowing the virtues of the software to a now thoroughly 
rtconvinced voyeur. 

Apparently the whole point of this 2 5 -minute epic lx to 
plain how to use the move requester and more precisely its 
ad option - ihe key to application of Flightpaths - otherwise 
known jis [ire-saved DPaint move files. 

Over 200 moves await, 130 of which are multiples building 
ii n a varied collection of fairly complex and admitted!) quite 
impressive manoeuvres, w r hile the remaining "ij conm^ of stan- 
dard single move ins and outs, 

in the case of the multiple effects each move segment is 
jaded sequentially and applied to ihe brush offering a variety 
if complete effects with titles such as chute, bounce, leaf, rico- 
chet and so on. 

.Ah you've probably deduced, the moves available arc pri- 
marily aimed at text with either complete words or their iom- 
ponent letter flying about the screen according to the speci- 
fied tffeci. 

Tn addition, styles can be mixed within multiple brush anims 
to vary i he perftjmumce. The necessary techniques and ev*rn- 


Stpte*oi-ttie*art scalable fonts for fh-e serious videephilc 


tial hints and rips arc provided during the 
video thereby helping to make senv of the 
rathe r sparse manual. 

I'm not exactly impressed by a collection 
of move files lumped together on a floppy 
retailing at A- 19,91, Of course you do gel a 
tree fonts disk with not one but two colour 
fonts, each with four fill styles ami j selec- 
tion of alternate palettes - what a bargain: 
Oh yes, and let's not forget the video - 
is minutes of lift musk and jerky graphics 
spattered with the odd Sulla backdrop and 
transstion - obviously in a vain attempt to 
add some much-needed glamour. 

IF yi m happen to I x utterly useless when 
ii i nines to the move requester. Flightpiths 
does offer a viable solution. However ii 
you are looking ior quality tilling, investing 
in either BA52 or NcalaHVT wou Id be a 
much iiK>re effective use of ycyr cash. 

It's obv ious that the creators of 
FlightpathrS have a detailed knowledge of 


DPaim and as a result w r ould have produced a much more 
viable product if the video was q complete tricks-of-the-tracle 
guide to DPaint with the move riles thrown in as an added 
bonus, 

Quite simply, paying 449^95 for a collection of move files - 
no matter how clever - is simply out of the question, 

if Mediascjpe decide to slash The price by half. Flightpaths 
could be worth the Investment for ihe dedicated DPaint user 
but at the moment the product simply doesn't justify the ask- 
ing price, Far more informaiion contact Mediascupe on 0535 
86350L 


Paul Austin takes off 
with Flightpaths 
and peruses Agfa’s 
impressive selection 
of video-specific fonts 


As old computer hands will be aware, 


Agfa Typography Ltd era the de facto 


standard when it comes to font technolo- 


gy whether it be Mac, PC. Amiga or what- 
ever else. 

With such an illustrious background 
it s not a total surprise that their Video 
Unlimited fonts are of great quality - if 
perhaps a little pricey at £45 for the 25 
typefaces or offer. 

Although the prospect of spending £45 
might not be your first choice when it 
comes to improving presentation, the 
Agfa collection isn't a simple se ection of 
bitmaps In fact all the typefaces included 
are scalable being designed specifically 
tor WB 2.04 and above. For those not 
familiar with scalable technology, such 
fonts can be scaled to any size you 


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require without affecting their quality, in a 
similar vein to the PostScript fonts used 
to lay out this paqe 

This brief excursion into publishing 
reveals another potential use for the Agfa 
collection. Due 1o their scalable design all 
the fonts can be used direct within OTP 
packages such as PageStream2 thereby 
allowing seamless continuity between 
video and any hard copy that may 
accompany it. 

The built-in versatility doesn't stop 
there - In fact ihe growing popu^nty of 
scalable fonts means that continuity can 
spread across an entire multimedia pro- 


duction with presentation, palling and 
publishing all combining to produce a 
uniform quality production. 

As you d expect *rom a collection cost- 
ing £45 an installer comes as part of the 
package, however in my experience by 
far the easiest nr>d quickest way to install 
any scalable font is to temporarily cast 
the installer aside and simply copy the 
<{|}tonirame{0}.type for each font into 
the Bullet Outlines draw In you fonts 
directory. 

Once safely added simply mn the intel- 
lifonts utility from Workbench which will 
promptly inform that installation is not 


compete at which point simply finish Ihe 
process by clicking OK for each font 
you've added. Alas It's not all good news 
especially for DPaint fans as 10 per cert 
of Ihe fonts in Ihe collection flatly refuse 

to work with DPaint 

However the fault doesn't appear to be 
wHh the fonts themselves as all work per- 
fectly with other packages such as 
PageStraam - perhaps it s time for yet 
another update to the DPamtlV. 

If you're interested in the Agfa collec- 
tion contact Megatype on 0759 5R986. I 
the Agfa asking price is a bit much but 
you're still interested in additional scal- 
able fonts try contacting George 
Thompson Services tor information on 
their PD scalable font collection on 0707 
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Iiss months programming pagt: features graphics, rest, 
and Intuition window uvunts for new assembler pm* 
^rammers There is also a home grown p^wlo-random 
number generator which will give a random number in a 
required range. 

The last Programming page featured Intuition window events, 
and graphics library routines for C programmer When an evert 
occurs in an active Intuition window, an intcunutianjl message is 
generated. Blocks of data (or data structures) called message 
ports can Ik- used so communicate with these messages. 

An Intuition window lias two separate message ports, the 
UserHort for IDCMP evens, arid the WlndowFort for window 


evems handled automatically by Iniuitioo. 

Each IDCMP flag represents an event [liar a program could lie 
informed about by j message in site window's UserPort. The 
main feature of an Intuition program is usually a polling loop 
which waits for an event to occur anti interprets die message. 

Tile demonstration program's blue window polling loop waits 
for a VANILLAKEY* MOUSEBUTTONS, W1NDOWCL05E or 
[NTUlTICKS event to occur, .stores tlie class and code in its own 
variables and releases The memory for the next incoming 
rises sage. 

The second window lias a message port that is only informed 
about MOLISEBITTON and RAWKEY events; 

1 hX I urn a key Ls pressed, ii can be interpreted as a U 'A\ KE\ or 
VANILLAKEY event. For a HAWKEY event, the code structure 
member of the Intui message contains the raw key code, depend- 
ing on the key's position on the keyboard. For a VANILLAKEY 
event, the Asci i value of the key i s stored as d ue a code" value. 

A low resolution screen is like u page with narrow lines, 
and 320 dotsCpixels) on each lin-t*-. Pat h pi xd can lx. 1 clear (Jogj - 
cal colour 0) or ser in logical colour L Each logical colour is allo- 
caied a physical colour, nude up of differing proportions of red. 
green and blue. 



with any Hags used, is found in an Amiga 
Assembler header file. 

ihe routine SeiAPenU can \h: used to 
change ihe logical colour oi the foreground 
pea, SecDrMdt I can be used to change s]*c 
way the foreground pen is used relative to 
the background. 

The Drawl i command will draw a line 
between two given pixels on the screen, 
and the RmFiJIt ) command will fill a, given 
rectangle in the current loregrmmd colour. 

The Mover ) command will move the 
graphics cursor to specific pixel on the 
screen The TexiO routine can !>e used to 
display a given string of Ascii diameters, 
from a 'darting point at the graphics cursor. 

The cursor's x tor hon/onial) position 
gives the leh hand edge, and the y Cor verti- 
cal) position the baseline of thf first liiier. 

The SetRGlk S command can change the 
quantity of red. green and blue In one of 
i be screen's logical colours. The routine 



uses the address d the Screen's View Port, 

which is a structure containing nil the Screen's display options 

■ av the Assembler header files for the full structure! 


The DLsplayBeept' ) command flashes die screen's background 
colour briefly - it takes the address of the Screen structure 


as input. 


ff more than one page (orbit- 
plane i is used, mure logical 
colours are available. Thu Amiga 
graphics Iibnuy commands can 
draw lines and shapes, paint 
large L3reas, or write on the 
screen. 



Many of these commands 
used the address of the 
Window's RastPort, which is a 
structure containing all rhe 
Window's options for drawing 
dupes or producing letters on 
the screen. The full structure. 


windows 


Random seeds in 





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A routine is needed to generate ran- 
dom numbers, Higher level computer 
languages, like G, have a pre- written 
library 1 routines. 

Most computers use a pseudo-ran- 
dom number generator, which wilt give 
a series of random numbers, starting 
from an initial number or seed. 

Each time the current number is 
modified by a bit of arithmetic SO that 
a different number will be generated 
next time the routine is used. My rou- 
tine doubles the last random number, 
EGAs it with a constant, and stores the 
result- 

il the initial number is not seeded, or 
given a unique initial value, the 
sequence of random numbers will be 


the same every time the program is 
run. By reading the microseconds from 
the system time, a unique number can 
be used 10 seed the random number 
generator. 

The Intuition library routine 
CurrentTimeO can give this value, or a 
tower level command from the timer 
device can be used. 

The timer device is a collection o( 
software routines like a library. When a 
device is opened, there is an associat- 
ed parameter block which contains all 
the structures a device may need to 
handle incoming and outgoing 
messages. 

The Message structure includes a 
node (which keeps the message place 


replies) and the length ot the message 
in bytes. The message pod in turn has 
tts node, flags, its own signal bit, its 
task, and a pointer to the header of the 
task fist. 

For reading and writing the time, 
messages are not required, and most 
of the values and pointers are null. 
There is an extended bock for timer 
requests, using values form the 
TtMEVAL structure. 

The timer device can be set up, as 
in the iuliy documented source code of 
the demonstration program, and a 
timer request block initialised for the 
commands and the data, and the sys- 
tem time obtained. 


Margaret Stanger 
looks at text and 
graphics in 
intuition windows 
for assembler 
programmers 


Ami Computing July 1993 




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n l f YLtu Yt: no k encountered Slipcrjam before, j brief history 
lesson is probably in order. As the name suggests, the 
I package is essentially the Amiga's very own version of 
riv l ir a Box, with numerous unique refinements thrown in 
m? ii. li make ii ideal for both beginners and experts alike. 

The idea l^iiind die system is dial you're provided with a five- 
p- ,e backing band which can then be orchestrated via a stflec- 
C«| n of Styles. Your pninan input Is providing tlftr styles and a 
4 liable chord progress km for youi automared eoumesparts to 
jam akmg with. 

In \ha.}f\. lire quinret will then jam an infinite number of varta 
ns im the theme - no matter how many repeats are made - 
J believe it or not 99.9 per cent of the time that's exactly what 
-afipens! 

This iu;t:t-ss to infinite variety is personified in the Section 
! feign window, an area which mvamhly becomes the next stop 
n the creative road after setting up instrument patches and 
X|ierimented with the various styles cm oiler. 

Once safely entrenched in die section window you're pie^m- 
ed with the specified number of bars complete w irh all the vimwl 
musicians mapped above. 

You then simply punch in out the various players as required 
i:d assign your preferred chord changes via a pop-up requester 
ftcring "literally every chord imaginable- and ii by some weird 
.a irk of fate the chnfd you require isnr on hand you can create 
uftir uwn in seconds courtesy of yet another pop-bp requester 
Your newly created masterpiece can then tie played and more 



much is the option to select between two 
octaves when making chord changes which 
in effect means much more direct user con- 
trol over the virtual musicians during the 
construction of sections. 

For the musically disabled, an embarrass- 
ingly simple system entitled the Eas-O-Matic 
MusieMaker lias been added which in effect 
means the software will not only [am 
around the chosen chords but will also gen- 
erate a fitting chord progression For you. 

When active, simply [Lipping in suitable 
rhythm on a selection of four keys generates 
a fitting rift or progression for the .selected 
style - spoon feeding at its most patniniaang 
perhaps but nevertheless quite handy if 
inspiration alludes and either studio time or 
deadlines are a little trxi dose for comfort. 

Yet another major innovation is the addi 
lion of graphic volume and pan editing, 
with all the players depicted as icons within 
a small matrix. 

With the assistance of the mouse they can 



mpuriantly saved by the 
program's Snapshot function 
Due io SupctJam's tendency' 
io Jam over even - playback, 
ihe snapshot option 
becomes esseniial to pre- 
serve vou favourite version 

if 

• if each measure within the 
bar. 

Once active she snapshot 
holds the last playback for 


Won’t you come 
Jammin’ 2? 


each insi run tern in each Ixir. 

If the bur is then locked the playback will always repeat the 
selected ^ a nation As a result its easy io build the l jest section 
possible by simply auditioning die passage bar by bar to build 
(he best possible verse, chorus or whatever .. 

In addition, the much-hyped Tiirl kj sounds and samples which 
claimed to offer a stereo Superjam voice direct from the Amiga 
sound chip flails refused to do js promised. 

Fortunately this again has been revised and now both 
fuibosound - alias FM synthesis sounds - and Turbo Samples 
both work perft'cily in stereo. 

Perhaps the most dramatic improvement of the new version is 
four grooves within each style which in effect mean a song in a 
specific style am build and vary within itsdf before the various 
players add their own cmbdlishments 



Thankfully blue Ribbon tiave a bis* added patch storing within 
each -itvle. so now if you create a selection ol punches which are 
ideal for [fiat particular style they remain resident every time you 
apply that sryle in die future productions - saving literalh hours 
of irritation and re-selectian for regular users. Another pleasant 


he moved up, down, left and right, thereby adjusting tire output 
in real time -even during playback. 

Although die title and game -usque graphics do tend to paint a 
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ant don't be deceived. Under the user-friendly veneer lurk some 
real power features. 

Like most quality products, the closer you kwk, the better it 
berimes. In tlte ease rif Superjaitil.l, this is persomtied b\ snle 
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Thanks to this hidden depth, it's posHitde to dissect any style 
removing any elements which offend, or perhaps create new 
styles using an existing style Lb a foundation 

With the assistance of standard R&PPrei editing tools, the 
im perfections can Ixr removed from your virtual dm miner's Tech- 
nique prior to recording the section thereby saving valuable edit- 
ing time Eater on. 

The reference to ediiing often a prime opportunity to round 
off the column wirh a mem km of Superjam's potential as an 
accessory to Li te aforementioned B&PPro. 

Although Superjam and B&PPio Lire pretty' special as individu- 
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Installed. Super! ami I provides virtual musicians a** tools which 
can be dropped direct into the B&PPro pipeline. 

Although the cutsie graphics and title don't inspire much aflifi- 
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that can be hm an well as functional- For the professional its very 
much a matter of application, 

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he subject t*f computer .security one which will 
never go away. If Li s not the guy next door peeking 
In your window its the government listening to your 
phone calls. 

Its a paranoid world out there, and none more paranoid 
than the I SA whure more people are frightened of the FBI 
than they are of the tud guys 

But Land of The Kree, Nome of die Brave is ubo home to 
some security which is for free, PGP stands for Pretty Good 
Privacy, an encryption software which in highly portable, PD 
(with oniy marginal pressure to pay any monev . mja of guilt- 
ware) and very high security 

Anyone who happens across any tiles you might have will 
find if totally impossible to get at it unless They have the key. 

I 'he system is so well made, in tact, that the FBI want u> 
make it illegal. 

Yes. tm believably they warn io forte all security software 
to have a trapdoor to which they have the key Thank God 
such, tilings couldn't happen here. 

Or could they? In case they do I d get a line on this privacy 
thing before it's too late! 

PUBLIC-KEY ENCRYPTION 

1 got my copy from Internet, and It s really very impressive. 
PGP Amiga port author Colin Plumb told me that a mostly- 
working version of PGP 2.2 is available on your local a mi net 
she. ] use ftp elsu.edu in Texas, and the centre of the uni- 
verse is amiga.physfck.uns7h.ch. in Switzerland. 

"I think there's one in England; the anifga physik.unizh.cft 
welcome screen gives ,i last. It * not [>an of the official release 
fa few glitches relating So temp file placement), but is works 
well enough." 

Indeed It does. PGP uses public-key encryption to protect 
Emuil and data files. It allows you to communicate securely 
with people you've never met with no secure channels need- 
ed for prior exchange of the keys you need to decrypt the 
files. 

PGP is a high security cryptographic software application. 
According to The author Philip Zimmerman, PGP allow- you 
to exchange files or messages "with privacy aufheniication 
and convenience " 

“Privacv means that only those intended to receive a mes- 

i ■* 

sage can read it. Authentication means that messages that 
appear to he from a particular person can only have original 
ed from that person. 

"Convenience means that privacy Lind authentication are 
provided without the hussies of managing keys associated 


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with conventional cryptographic soft- 
ware." 

\'o secure channels are needed to 
exchange keys between users, which 
makes PGP much easier to use. This is 
becau.se PGP is based on a powerful 
new technology called. M public key" 
cryptography- i his technology has 
been available to high end users tor 
some time, like governments lleicI mili- 
tary. hut PGP is public key cryptogra- 
phy for ihe masses. 

A single key system works by me 
having a key to decrypt something you 
send me We both have the same key. 



That key has to he sent To the other person securely; or 
you risk it being stolen and the encryption is rendered 
useless So you send the keys back and forth through secure 
channels... but if you have a really secure channel what 
do you need encryption for? This j.s where public keys come 


m. 


COMPLEMENTARY KEY 



Why are so many agencies alarmed by something which provides 
better security on computer files, the property of private individuals 
like you and I, which they shouldn't be allowed to see in the first 


OK, so all this could just be hype lo get the program noticed, but I 
don't think so. Why bother, especially as they’re not charging for it? The 
sad fact is that now international bodies have noticed computers 
and computer networks, they want to at best be able to peek into 
them whenever they want, and at worst take control of Ihem 
completely. 

Sounds like paranoid rubbish, but it's a (act of life In some places. 
Eastern Bloc countries now fret from communism are tooling up with 
programs like PGP so that the “police state ", should It arise refreshed 
from Its little sleep can't stomp all over their newly-spread computer 
networks. 

You may not think such measures are necessary in the UK, and to an 
extent you'd be right. Of course we have a reasonably stable society 
and nobody really wants to pry into your private life. But... 


In public key cryptosystems, everyone has two related com- 
plementary keys, li publicly revealed key and w secret key. 
Each ke> unlocks the code iluii the other key makes- Knowing 
[lie public key does not help vou deduce the corresponding 
see ret key The public key can Ik- published and widely pub- 
lished across the comniunicitiuiLs network. 

This prorocol provide* privacy without the need 
for the secure channels that a conventional 
cry pu.i system requires ft's complex bui doubly 
secure. 

][ doesn't matter if you distribute keys m mxn- 
secure channels because if you aren't authorised eg 
open the file you can't use tr. The keys rely on 
each other eg decrypt the file. Which Is w hat all the 
legal heat in the US is all a built. 

All this Jugal nonsense is very disturbing, as it is 
disproportionate id the Impact such a technology 
will have on computer security - you have been 
able to protect isles on your computer for years 
Linyvvuy. as anyone with a copy of Trans Seri pi will 
teii you. 

If like me you're deeply paranoid regardless of 
assurances to the contrary, you’ll buckle up now 
Lind worry aboui people calling you a maniac later. 
You're being private if you send letters in 
envelopes rather than on postcards,, so wh) send 
your Email open to anyone vs tth the desire to peek 
at electronic media? 


Phil South looks 
at a system which 
ensures nothing 
you send through 
your modem can 
be seen by anyone 
except the 
intended recipient 


Secure contacts... 

Sources of PGP for all platforms 
are available via anonymous 
FTP on Internet and very soo" 
on your local friendly security- 
conscious BBS. Or Email the 
writers: 

Philip Zimmerman 
prz@sage.cgd.ucar.edu 

Colin Plumb 
cokn@web.apc.org 


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metals are a ptipulur use for home com pitted. Tlicrir 
creation is a trieky thing involving a lot of maths and 
heavy duty repetitive calculations. 

In fact without compuiers ibefe would he no fractals. bttausi: 
tlthough mathematicians who invented the processes like 
Mandelbrot and Julia did king-hand captations on paper, the 
true beau tv of fractals didn't really shine [firnugh until the advent 


if personal computers ari the late ™l is.. 

To create fractals in Amo^ you simply need a formula, and to 
pump that formula with numbers over and over until you build 
jp a picture of due fractal in question . 

Our Amos Mandelbrot program begins by setting up all ihe 
program's basic screen modes and then starts the procedure 


h"KAC to which It passes some variables about the screen size 


ind so on: 


5;r*en Open D>lZQ f Z2Dj,3-Z # L4vr I! 

Ftajh Of f : Hide On : lurs Off : Mt D 
P-tn I : Piper 0 


Fhi® loop sets all die variables and then activates the pioc: 


Do 

SC=J20 
Y-2D0 
I -32 
tli 0 

fJiCtl J,J] 
iflit ter 

Lu-ip 

Then we geT to the main procedure, AU the basic variables jtc 
assigned. :.md these are by necessity floating point variables due 
lo the frictional nature of fractals (fractals ate based on fractional 
dimensions, a unique tope logical principle 1: 

rt&tt&ui FH(['KjT,I] 

{ y=t : ti= t : i^=l 

m=-1.25 s Xl-fj - T5 : ¥■#=-! .5 : TH* 1.5 


Having given values to all the variables, we can then start to 
manipulate them and add more variables with values based on 
simple sums: 

: V MW Mill NET 


CX and CV are equal to the screen size. Due to the nature o\ tills 
program, it scans the fractal in line by line, the heighl and width 
of the screen is important to when points can be pi oiled and 
where the Fractal sirs on the screen. 

Next we have the program loop which calculates the position 


Amos news 

Contrary to what other Amiga mags might toll you. 
Amos Pro compiler isn't out yet, at the time ol me writ- 
ing this anyway. It wilf however be out on June 17, 
according to Europress Software. 

The new improved and bug-tested Amos Pro v 1,1 2 is 
being distributed via the usual PD networks and should 
be widely available by the time you read this. 

I hope ihat Pro is stable now - I'd like to think it's 100 
per cent bug free, but then I suppose what can you say 
that about? At least now the compiler is out (or at least 
will be very soon) we can get started evaluating exactly 
what kind of program Amos Pro really is 

Once you can compile programs you stand at least a 
moderate chance of producing something serious with 
it, although I for one won't be trading up fully to the new 
system just yet, 

t can trust my old Amos, it does the job and is hassle 
tree about 93 per cent of the lime. Don t got me wrong, i 
think Pro is definitely the future of Amos, but like most 
futures it hasn’t happened yet. 


AMOS 


of the points by doing the sums over 
Line! over again so we have two nested 
loops: 

for A-C T n CT-1 
Par M Tg CK-t 

: NMNJ + OlU ; D-G : KI=D ! 
ii*9 

which contain this conditional loop, 
which returns to the label L when R-< h 
anti D<K, 

Li 

: IPifPTJf : Hf-BI+ZI 3 
ttepXPTHII : II*iJ-ZJ+M : fn: P 
if and DeK Thpr Sotti L 

And finally after n little curb to make sure 
D doesn't go above I he value of 7. we 
actually get to the plotting command. The 
line scans across the screen and tlLc 
colour of the plot changes a s - (he [alcula- 
lions decide which pan of the fractal arc 




beauty 

at that point Knd the prat anil the mo loops and you're out 
of there 

11 D=I Thtn &=Q 
Plat I 
HmI 9 
Nut k 

EmJ ?roi 

Once you have a formula actually writing a program to pfcor 
them is easy. Fractal formulas Lire easy to get bold of, as most 
fractal programs arc peppered v.\ ith them 

The plot routine is really nice in this program, so simply 
strip out the initial values anti initial sums from The first few 
lines of rbe F'KAC procedure and replace them with your 
own. 


Phil South jumps 
on the fractals 
bandwagon and 
shows you how 
to make them 
using Amos 



AtondJebftiis are really easy with Amo? 


Invent your own 

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jm one of chose music freaks who likes to make up 
compilation tapes of favourite tracks from several 
albums. I've always used one computer program or 
mother to produce irtlai cards For tapes, h-ut in the past 
uy've always been simple - and very boring text-based 
nes. 

With the acquisition of j colour printer I thought thin would 
e die ideal time in spruce up the collect ion, so I set about 
DTPing my inlays As there was a considerable number, 1 
hose a simple design which could be produced quickly, 
while at the same Time giving enough flexibility to individu 
diSe each inlay. 

ProPage was used for the design, hut you amid just as well 
’C PageS [ream or PageSetterj. ! considered creating a 
roPage page genie to automate the job, but in the event 
'ic re was no need. 

The first things to Fix are the overall dimensions and basic 
laments. My inlays have i\ hackfiap that can be read through 
e window on the rear ot .h cassette case, a thin spine, a from 
.over or face, and an inside flap that folds into the case lor a 
more detailed listing of whin's on the tape. 

The overall dimensions are 1 63cm wide by 10cm high To 
provide room for cropping marks on the printout - they make 
r easier to cut out the inlay accurately - increase the page si a* 

I iv lem in both directions to I - . 5cm by 1 1 cm . Turn the Snap 
tu Grid feature cm and make the grid Q3cm square. 

Create a box 1 63cm bj 10cm and position it 03cm in 
tram the left and 03cm from the top of the page. If the inlay 
i* to have an overall background colour, this is the box so 
■'hade. 

Before we go any further, Jet’s place the crop marks. From 
die top left corner of the box you have jusi created draw a 
\).Scm line to die left of the page, and another to the top . 
Repeat the Ifof all four corners, When ihc inlay is printed you 
will he able to line up your ruler with these murks ready to 
iun [lie knife along. 

The hackfiap is the next poll. Create a box 23 cm b\ Idem 
.md position ii exactly over the left-hand side ol the large box 
The hackflap is where you well list all the names of the tracks 
.md arrisTs on the tape. 

Now there needs to be a fold betw een each of the elements 
.if the inkp - hack Hap, spine, face and inside flap - and I've 
Lllowed 0.1cm fur each of these. So the left-hand edge ol the 
next clement, The .spine, will In? posiihjiied 0,1 cm to the right 
of the Light-hand edge of die backilap. 

Cseate a I m ix 1,2cm by 10cm and position ib left edge .it 
Tkin. On the spine will go the title ol the tape This will be 
printed .side way s, jo when you are ready to do that part of the 
inlay create a box 10cm by ].2cm, type in ihe text, rotate it by 
270 degrees, and place ii into position over the spine element 
■ PageSctterd dnv.sn r allow rotated boxe- so it you are using 
!his program you'll h»ve tit conic up with another idea l 

Now fur the fate. Create a bos 6 icm b 1 . 30cm arn.1 position 
its left edge ji 4.4cm. (the top edges are at 03cm. by the way). 
On the fate will go the title of the tape plus j graphic Tu indi- 


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v [dualise it. It’s often nice to make the 
background colour of the face ditlerem 
from the background colour of the tuber 
bits l ! p to you. 

Rnally the inside flap. This box is 
ii 1cm by Uktn, und its leh edge is posi- 
tioned at 10.9cm. The right edge ol this 
box should be exactly on top of the righr 
edge of the big background box we 
drew 1 To start with On the inside flap will 
go a more del ailed listing of tracks, 
artists, publishers, playtimes, und soon. 

And [hut's ii. All von have to do now 
is tlie fun bit - fill in she dement* with 
the relevant details, print it. cut it out, 
and gently score Three folds between the 
four dements, Obviously the thicker the 
puper you print on to. tile more robust 
will lie your inlay. 

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Thii is one of the best presented pieces of educational 
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What better way to show that you wish to give the 
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The parent cars make this more challenging 
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panel. A more conventional activity is the 


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tions of the 63030 chip 
showed up, with the 
board less than half as fast 
in even its best Lests, but this 


is only to be expected, In tests against a GVP 
33MH? 680 JO combo and a standard 2SMHz A3000 r the 
A 12 30 wiped the floor with the opposition, it* 
significantly faster clock speed giving it an advantage ir 
every ama. 

The AG A chips help in tests such as WritePixel, which 
depend mostly on the graphics chips, but this really onF. 
serves to highlight the power of an AG A Amiga with a 
beEfy processor in tow, 

Retailing at £299 with no RAM, and about £440 with a 
4Mb SIMM, the AI 2 30 is capable of boosting the 
Ai 200 way over the head of the A3G00, and at 
this price, it is bound to do well, though the 
surprising early popularity of the A40GQ/G3Q might 
dampen the A1200 68030 card market in months 
to come. 



Power XL stop Willow 


i.7&Mb high density external floppy drive 
Supplier: Power Computing 
phone; 01^4 mm 

Prize: £129 


In development for almost two years, Power Computing's 
XL floppy drive at last hits the streets this month, and 
becomes the first drive of its kind to offer every Amiga user 
the same storage capabilities as enjoyed by A40QQ owners. 

Formatting HD floppy disks to a capacity of 1.76Mb,, 
the XL drive doubles up on capacity and makes possible 
the reading of 1,44Mb PC and Atari 
formats. 

Installation, as one would expect of a 
floppy drive, is painless and quick. The user 
simply boots from the supplied disk and 
chooses to carry out either a hard drive o t 
floppy installation, then reboot his or her 
machine, at which time a patch program 
will run at the beginning of the startup- 
sequence to insert the operating system 
patch, thus forcing Workbench to write HD 
floppies. 

If the patch program installation is noL 
used or r as in the case of a Commercial 
game which boots from its own custom 
disk, cannot be activated,, the drive will act 
as a standard SSOk drive for writing pur- 
poses, though the system will still he able 
to read HD disks of either 1.44Mb (PC and 
Atari) or 1 76Mb (Amiga) capacity. 

However, it is when the drive is fully set 
up and used under Workbench that it 
comes into its own, The XL drive accepts 


standard HD disks as used on other machines and will for- 
mat them to 176Mb, Workbench and CLL automatically 
adjusting to the new capacity depending on what type of 
disk is in the drive. 

With the use of the Workbench 3.Q CrossPQS utility, 
or the shareware MultiDOS, the user can also choose to 
format Atari HD or 1. ,44Mb PC disks, a fact which 
alone will make the drive a favourite with IBM emulator 
owners. 

Speed is good in all modes, and the Amiga 1.76Mb 
floppies format in about two minutes and SO seconds, only 



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mixed up toy r which is a character containing three 
parts - a head, a body and legs - which are - you've 
guessed - mixed up. Clicking on any body 
part will swap it for a new one. in time, the child will 
work out how to create compfete characters,, 
encouraging logical thinking as well as playful 
creativity. 

Other activities include the Mousehole, which is a 
board game involving the child practising his or her 
counting skills; the dock, which shows what Pepper 
the Mouse is doing at any time selected by the child;: 
and a favourite ol mine -the spinner toy. 

This contains two wheels, one with numbers on, 
one with objects. Spinning, say, the number five on 
one wheel and an apple on the other will result in five 
apples being displayed on the screen., 

It's simple,, fun and very educational, teaching & 
myriad of skills such as learning to recognise a num- 
ber of objects without counting them, the whole con- 
cept that "five'" means , Tive ,v whether it's apples or 
UFOs... and a first lesson in the roulette concept! 


Hrnmm... This software, as well as being designed for 
the child, has the guardian or parent very 
much in mind too, which is partly the reason It 
stands out. 

Parents gain an unequalled amount of control 
thanks to a Playroom menu on FI (again, no disable 
for prying hands) allowing alteration ol the case 
(upper or lower) that the games' text appears in; vari- 
ous levels of numbers and letters to suit various 
stages of a child's development; the ability to choose 
between keyboard, joystick and mouse for control; 
and various printer options. 

You can save your preferred settings, meaning that 
this menu only need be accessed when the c hi Id's 
skills are developing. 

The Playroom is excellent. Not as graphically excel 
lent as Mickey's Puzzles, it makes up for this in the 
breadth of its scope. It's well presented, well 
written, and contains enough to keep a child happy 
for quite a while. Above a!l r It's excellent value., 
Another winner! 1 


a Few seconds slower than equivalent disks on the A400Q 
internal drive. 

IBM 1.44Mb format takes longer at about four minutes 
25 seconds, but this is unlikely to bother those who have 
previously never had access to the most popular PC disk 
format. 

To compensate, standard Amiga 8B0k and IBM 720k for- 
mats take place at a good speed and the drive is almost 
whisper quiet in most mode*. 

Probably the XL drive's only drawback is its price, which 
at £129 is very high for a floppy drive. In its favour, the XL 
is at the moment the only HD floppy available for the 
Amiga and it works very well, but users with no real need 
for HD will probabfy stick with cheaper standard drives. 

Those to whom the drive will appeal include those who 
regularly transfer files to and from PC r those who need 
larger floppies for 24-bit files or other artwork, and hard 
drive usecs looking for a much more effEctive backup sys- 
fem. To these people, the Power XL drive will be a 
godsend. 


A 1 200 hard drive kit 


30 Mb IDE hard drive with table arid fOrtHdltittg tGflwtfrG 
Supplier; fjrrt Cortiputer Centre 
Phone; 0512 319444 
Prize: CJ95.9Y 


Though it is true that one IDE drive unit is much the same 
as another, it is certainly not the case that one piece of hard 
drive lormatting software is in any way similar to another 
designed to do the same job. 

Since the A 1200 was released without hard drive or for- 
matting software, the qua lily ol hard drive kits has varied 
between the passable, which will prep and format a drive 
after some painful faffing about, and the downright 
garbage which simply won't work. 

The hand drive kit from First Computer Centre is one of 
the best so far released, and it's all thanks to an excellent 
toolbox disk containing software from the experienced 
American company Microbotics. 

RDFlep U an easy to use program which will enable the 
A120Q user to prep and partition any IDE drive 
(the unit supplied was a reliable Seagate), which can 
then be formatted from Workbench in the same way as a 
floppy. 

What struck me as particularly helpful was that 
the icons for propping, formatting,, and installing 
Workbench 3,0 to the drive were numbered 1 r 2 and 3 to 
avoid confusion. 

All steps towards -setting up the drive are painless and 
quick, and to lop things off, the excellent Commodore 
Installer program will automatically install the user's 
Workbench disks to the system partition. 

As a bonus, the software checks which version of 
Kickstart is being used and asks for either the 
Workbenth2.0 or WorkbenthT.O disks as required. 

This is a neat r quick, and simple solution to the hard 
drive problem for any upgrading At 200 user, though 
until ConnmodorE release their iron-like grip on 
the official upgrade path it will remain one which invali- 
dates the machine's warranty. 

Amiga Market July 1993 









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StarJet SJ-48 printer 



SyiWcjet jtioito printer with optional battery 
poi k and jheei feeder 
Supplier First Computer Centre 
Phone: 0512 319444 
Price: £214 99 


The low end of the bubble jet market has become one of 
the most fiercely contended peripherals markets of recent 
ysari r and since the release of the Canon BJ1Q, an increas- 
ing number of printer have jostled for position at the con- 
sumer feeding trough. 

The Star 51-48,, in reality a rebadged BpO, makes no pre- 
tence to be anything other than a cheap printer with good 
output, hut at its present price it is great value for money. 

In the main, the only substantial difference between the 
Star and the BJ10 is that the latest version of the Canon has 
a larger printer buffer which gives it a speed advantage, but 
for those on a tight budget the Star's £20 price advantage 
will outweigh this. 

Options for expansion are identical to the BJ1G, with an 
automatic sheet feeder and NiCad battery pack available for 
the owner with either a heavy print load or a burning desire 
to be portable. 

The tight design of the unit, with its diminutive dimen- 
sions and weight of only 4 1 bs F makes if a. doddle to 
slip into a briefcase, though we didn't have a look a; the 
battery pack, so can't say how bulky or heavy that 
might be. 

in operation, the SJ-48 is quiet and fairly quick, turning 
in a respectable 1 00 characters per second letter quality 
text. Roughly translated, an A4 page of mixed text and 
graphics will print in around three minutes, though a page 


of text using one of the two built-in printer fonts will 
appear in half this time., Print quality is superb for internal 
fonts and just about as good when using scalable fonts 
such as Agfa In tel lif emits. 

The downside of this and most other bubble^ L printers 
is that draft mode is fairly slow compared to a dot matrix 
and there is no facility for tractor-fed continuous sta- 
tionery. 

Users with requirements for fast draft output - vital 
when proofing large documents - would find the S|48 
virtually useless. 

Others with letter writing, business, or other comespom 
dence needs can rest assured that the Star 5 1 -4 8 is an 
excellent, low cost printer and a thoroughly good buy. 


SignEngine 

Sign mdiinf nnd cutting software 
Supplier Pomriel Motion Graphics 
Phone: (JOT SS9 942 SSU 
Price: SSi 9 


Possibly the first specific sign making software available 
far the Amiga, SignEngine is a curious beast 
combining the talents of a basic layout package with the 
specific requirements of a program designed to 
cut shapes and signs from plastic or vinyl using a 
plotter. 

Many readers might wonder of what possible use a 
program such as this can be, but SignEngine is actually a 
well targeted response to a solid practical application gap 
which few Amiga programs have hitherto attempted 



to fill 

Signs of all kinds from company logos to advertising 
slogans, posters, and signposts are produced 
every day on thousands of vinyl cutters world- 
wide, and the flexibility of being able la gener- 
ate and cut a sign in the same room cannot be 
understated. 

Exhibition companies who design and erect 
stands for computer shows, TV companies who 
need quick production graphics, and many other 
organisations make regular use of either their own 
in-house cutter or go to another company for sticky- 
backed output. SignEngine makes 4 possible for the 
Amiga to fulfil these commercial needs for the first 
time, 

The program is fairly straightforward in use. No 
drawing tools are included, so the user must import 
either a ProDraw clip formal of IFF-DR2D structured 
drawing. Once imported, however, the user has an 
exhaustive list of controls over the final product 

Using the Arc -weld took letters which overlap can be 
merged, saving a lot of faffing about at the cutting stage, 
shadows, borders, and outlines can be placed around and 


below any object with user-definable attributes,, and there 





r* Q powerful, if expentive, spcutUrtt t«l 


is an auto-tiling Feature to enable the production of huge 
billboard-size designs. More than 50 sign cutter specr 
controls are included to give the user ais much say ove* 
how the finished sign will look, including everything Iron 
the exotic ally named Pounce feature to an automa r 
allowance for vinyl shrinking. 

In all, SignEngine, though expensive, offers a great dc 
more than the existing Amiga packages with HFGl plolt-r 
support and opens the way for Amiga infiltration in a ver* 
specialised marketplace. 



If, as Kelly Sumner recently said r CDWi time has ber 
and gone, one would expect the software available or 
CDTV format to decline in both number and quality,, 
the latest offering from Aim a th era systems bucks th 
trend by doubling the number of CDs and halving It- 
qualify. 

The 1 7 Bit Collection is made up of a huge numbet c* 
PD demos, tunes., games, and utilities Irom the garga 1 
tuan vaults of one of the biggest libraries around, and at 
first glance looks to be an attractive buy. However, whe~ 
one discovers the price and opens the package, ihinu 
begin to turn sour* 

One entire CD is given over to what is euphemistical « 
titled The Early Classics, in reality a wedge of old demo > 
which ceased to be state-of-the-art several years ag~ 
(remember the Red Secior vecLorbal':s?), utilities which are 
often way out of date, and so on. 

The second disk is a great improvement as t 
offers mom recent material, much of which can be ve^. 
useful, but as a complete compilation this one fails I i 
impress. 

To ask £40 for what is a collection of freely distributab - 
software is to ask too much, and though mar 
users would no doubt buy the second CD on i‘ 
own, Td be more than a little gob-smacked if the 1 7 E ’ 
Collection made its compilers anything approaching i 
fortune. 


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i> Amiga Afarfkef hly 1993 




VGA 



VGA adapter for machine! with Super Dertife 
chip (AS00 PfLTJ and ferter) 

Supplier: Advanced Micro fnitrfwfug 
Phene' 070*3 ifHM 
FVice; £3M9 


iited as a VGA adaptor, the AmiVGA box is a monitor 
nnector for all Arnigas, ASOO Plus and beyond, 
ft'Hch have the Super Denise chip installed, and 
. "omises to bring the benelits of non-interlaced h«gn re$- 
jtion displays to anyone with access to a suitable 
monitor. 

A hardware and software double act, AmiVGA consists 
■ s small black box with monitor ports lor both a 1-5 -pin 
. GA connector and the standard Amiga 23-pin cables, it 

■ u in the Amiga monitor port and its through port allows 
“le connection of two monitors at the same lime. 

Ami VGA's software is a simple initialisation program 

■ tinning off a (loppy supplied with trie hardware which, 

hen activated, offers the choice of VGA or C GA screen 
modes. 

Amiga monitors 

CG.A, lor those not familiar with quaint PC terminology, 
s similar to the standard Amiga 1084 display, and will 
enable the user to make use of any normal Am ga 
monitor. 

The VGA driver software survives warm reboots, so the 
floppy boot disk will only have to be used once pe* ses- 
sion. Some sort of hard drive-based solution would have 
been better, but as initialisation is very quick, the floppy- 
phobic (all hard drive owners, in other words) shouldn't 
suffer too much distress 

in u&e, AmiVGA was less than trouble-free, and proved 
incapable of displaying a strong signal or one of the stan- 
dard SVGA monitors we borrowed for testing, The picture 
was stable enough and dot pitch appeared high enough 


tor a sharp display, but despite cranking brightness way 
up., the little black bo As image remained very dark. 

Users with Super Dentse-equipped Amigas would be 
advised to give this cheap VGA solution a look, but are 
advised to check thoroughly beforehand whether the 
monitor on which they intend to use it will be capable ol 
displaying a decent picture. 

Trying to lay hands on Commodore's £30 adaptor for 
the A1200/A4000 might be a wiser course of action, 
though the latter can be incredibly difficult to ‘ind. 


Mickey’s Jigsaw 



A ga*<J Idea, ttrt ** if enough? 


Educ<rtJorTEJf software 
Supplier: fnfograaies 

Phone: 071-73$ $199 
Price: £15,^ 


You'd expect something special from a product 
with Mickey Mouse and Disney plastered all over the bo*, 
and indeed this looks a very slick package from the 
beginning. 

Inside the bo* are the usual couple ol disks, instruction 
manual and registration card, It's nice to see that the pro- 
gram is hard drive installable - so much Amiga software 
neglects to allow one to do this, which is especially impor- 
tant with education packages, where the differences in 
ease of use and speed bctwEen a hard and a f oopy drive 
could be the difference between a child having fun or los- 
ing his or here patience and/or interest. 

Basically the program is what it sounds like - a collec- 
tion ol puzzles (15 in all) featuring Walt Disney's favourite 
cartoon hero. Of course, being done on a computer, there 
are various twists.., 

Provided the program is installed to a hard disk, you 
can see on loading a selection of buttons down 
the right of the screen allowing you to choose a 
puzzle id attempt (floppy owners have to load 
puzzles from disk when they want them - 
hardly a major chore), 

•Nto picture is tied to any type of puzzle. Vgu 
can select a picture and then decide what type 
of puzzle you wish it to be- 
For instance there's the silhouette puzzle, 
where you drop darkened shapes into the pic- 
ture - this teaches children shape skills. Or you 
can choose normal jigsaw pieces or square bits. 
You can alsoselect the number of pieces - the 
range is from A 10 64. 

The method of actually putting the puzzles 
together is very simple. You get a piece to start 
with, drop it where you think It goes, and then 
the computer automatically "picks up" another 
piece for you. 

You can move two or more puzzle pieces at 





once, and control can be by mouse (the easiest), joystick or 
keyboard, using the arrow keys. There is a timer option so 
ihe puzzles can be constructed against a ticking dock, 
adding an element of fen lor toe child who has cracked (he 
idea and. can do 64- piece puzzles without much effort giver 
all the time in the world. The added incentive lor finishing a 
puzzle is the ability to animate the completed picture on 
doing so - what more would you expect from Disney? 

Clicking on the little camera which appears when a 
puzzle has been finished does the business here, and ;■ ■ 
animations are very good indeed - again as one would 
expecL. This is the bit children will really love, as the p <.- 
lures are brilliant enough anyway before any movement 
has taken place. 

The function keys offer a good deal of flexibility, am 
some cheats, too - it would have been nice to have a wav 
of disabling these to force impatient little minds to thmk 
instead of taking short-cuts. 

Helpful functions 

As it stands, though, FI will show you where a pitet 
gne^ or the entire puzzle, depending upon whelhe* 
Mickey actually has a piece in his hand at that time; F2 re- 
arranges the jigsaw correctly should you- have competed 
it but got some pieces sn the wrong places. 

The other function keys concern themselves with tog- 
gle the puzzle grid lines, the timer, text messages 
Mickey's hand (the cursor), the music, and pausing the 
game - only necessary if you're [ig sawing against fhi 
clock, of course. 

finally, it's possible to print the puzzles out, although to 
do any justice to the quality of these 1 5 pictures - which are 
all shown in full colour in the booklet - means that unless 
you have thousand* of pounds lor a decent colour laser 
printer. you're best off admiring them 
on-screen. 

I liked Mickey's Jigsaw Puzzles. It's a non-nonsense pro- 
gram, taking a very traditional infant pastime and adding 
more in genuine! flexibility to It than it removes in lack of 
simplicity. Recommended. 


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