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Hi, It's been quite a month in the Commodore 
marketplace, no sooner had we alt been told that 
Commodore had lost their shirt than wl have 
been inundated with masses of good news, 
i irst we have the la Line h of two brand new 
Commodore Amiga 12W0 packs one aimed 
straight for games market the other firmly at the 
more mature purchaser. The ( hart buster Pack 
is great value bundled with Nigel Mansell's 
World Championship race simulator. Trolls 
AGA and die all time favourite Amiga Challenge 
Pack. Desktop Dynamite reinforces the all 
round strength of the A 1 200 with a very power- 
ful package based around Word worth AGA, 
Print Manager. Deluxe Paint IV AGA, Oscar 
AGA and Dennis The Menace AGA, 

It's good to see Commodore create such a dear 
distinction between the Amiga 1200 market and 
die games console market, soon to he dominated 
by the Amiga CD32. 

As 3 write this article the first of the CD12's are 
aboul to land in the UK with a promised street 
date launch of the first week in September, flic 
major news around this product is just how many 
of the softwaRe publishing lupuses are enthusias- 
tically writing tor it and of course that 
Commodore have decided to bundle 2 great soft- 
ware titles at launch. 

Not to he outdone INDI have added a third so 
look foreword lo receiving Oscar, Diggers and 
Lemmings when you lake delivery of your New 
Amiga CD32, 

I he other item of news thorn Commodore does 
appear to he causing sojuE confusion. Jt is true 
that Commodore have appointed the giant |( L 
company to look after the warranty on their 
products but this only applies to Amiga CD32 
and the Desktop Dynamite Pack. All other prod- 
ucts and packs previously purchased or yet to be 
purchased will be covered by Wang, 

Finally it was very sad to hear this week of the 

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demise of Diamond Computer a well known 
advertiser in the Amiga Market. There is no 
doubt that the recession continues to cause the 
closure of many companies often without warn- 
ing. Once again please he careful with your hard 
earned money and make certain that you follow 
the code printed in most magazines before you 
make that s pec i a I pu rchnse. 

See von next month. 


Flu: exterior nun he sleek bul lurking inside 
Lhe Amiga CD32 b a trchiiolqgKsJ wonder. 
At Jl's heart is the mightily powfri'ul 
GSEL'flit) processor from Motorola. This conr- 
tains the ^2 - bil Icchncstogj - which tus mLidf 
the A mien I 2CM) .i runaway ihrough- 

■out Europe, 

Alongside it is Commodore's unique custom 
A l i A I Advanced timphica A re hi Ll--l I ur*. 1 j 
cli ipsd - comprising Ehnse drips nicknamed 
Paula. Lisa and Alice. 

Together they make Amiga CD32 and p we- 
Sttmc pevL’crhouic of high speed graphics and 
slnnriiny; hhi ml capabilities. 

In laet, eI ic machine crndlipliy 256*000 
colours on screen I. compared 10 Scga’n Mega 
CD which can L>raly display and has j 
IoLlI ailsimr palette of 16.H million COkHJTJ- 
Amiga CD32 also epmcH with a chunky 2 
Meg of RAM phut's 1 5 times m ore Ilian Mega 
Cl J J and a double speed dri ve. 


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-a- Stereo audio jacks 

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PACK INCLUDES IMAGINE V2,0 


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Moamli and beginners alike can gut superb results quickly. New 
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In 4696 colours in the Amiga's HAM (Hold and ModifyjimodB. New 
animation features also include tnecamorphosiE allowing, you to chanp 
one image into another You- determine the number of frames *ftd 
DPkint IV dws the rest. 

INDI PRICE £63.99 


ART DEPARTMENT PROFESSIONAL 

The ultimate In image processing providing many key benefits is 
users woHung with pkiures.Wrth AD^o you -can lead, write and c 
vert between most common image fik fomuti with unmatched flex - 
biMty frill support for jFEG image make^ ft possible to maintain an 
imng* library in full 24 - bit colour without needing massive hard dn*- 
storage, Typically a 600 Kb image can be compressed down to 10 Kir 

INDI PRICE £139,99 



REAL 3D V2 


Is a full featured 3D animation, modelling amd rendering program. 
With Real 3D V2 you can produce high quality images and animation, 
of throe dimefisioral models with an astonding level of realism. Imagr* 
creating art ainmation chat shows a bandfuH of bsitli bounce down a 
fl^bt of stairs to the bonom Gravity, colliisbon, deflection and the eta 
ricicy of the balls are all automatically caJcubted by the program! 



INDI PRICE£299.99 


SCALA Multimedia 200 (MM200) F 

Is the ultimate cm professional video tiding. The eminent -design of 
typefaces, the unlimited choice of typographical details, the high rcsokrj__ 
tion and ^ie more chan 00 exciting wipes. reSull in video captioning oF 
ej<qsuispt^ quality No wonder that Scala is used by folding television 
stations around ihe world. 


INDI PRICE 099.99 ibo Diablo 

SCALA Pro VI. 3 

INDI PRICE £169.99 


VIDEO 

With Yidoo Director, anyone with an Amiga. 1 camcorder and a VCR 
on quickly and easily dtaJogiie and edit the best momOhti from thei r 
wd*o tapes. Video Director 1} extremely easy to use, you can actually 
control your camcorder and VCR from your Amiga screen . Video 
Director comes with everything you need to get started. The hard- 
ware to control your “tamcorcfor and VCR is included 

INDI PRICE £1 19.99 

^Camcorder mu 9 i hlVc A LANC er Cuntrql L camputiblr port 


TEL: 0543 419 999 


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iVh researched the colour printer market at great depth to find a colour printer good enough to cope with Amiga's powerful output yet at an affordable price. 

e found the- perfect printer in the K.X - F2I&G and KX - P2 1 23 qui«t printers. 

■ l - o then cons dered that if you were going to bi-y a Panasonic printer y9-u wduW probably notd a quality w^rd processing package to use with it. We found that too, with 'Wordworih' yet at a 
raon pri-ce £1 29, 9-9 wp thought tfuc might be a little too empensiHte top ofyauF fmnier purchase 1 So together with Panasonic we csetidod to give a copy of 'Wordworith' trs'r with svci-y 
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♦WORDWORTH AGA COMPLETELY FREE! 

WITH PANASONIC QUIET PRINTERS •The writers choice The ultimate word 
processor for AMIGA computers. Wordworth is undoubtedly the ultimate ward f dosu- 
merit processor for the full range of AMIGA computers. The graphical nature of 
WORDWORTH makes producing documents faster and easier, with the enhanced 
printing fonts (including full Panasonic KX - Pi 1 80 and KX - P21 13 colour print!* 1 ® sup- 
port J, Collins spell checker and thesaurus, no other word processor comes dose, 
"Without doubt this is one of thr best document processors for the AMIGA. Today" 
(Amiga Format] 

NORMAL RRP 1129.99 inc. VAT 


£ 1 69.99 


Thfl new Panasonic KX - P210O9 -pin qu*et printer, 

Produces crisp clear text in mono or in ? glorious colours with 
new quiet technology. THe new KX - P2fi0 Is typically ISdBa 
quieter in operation, than the competition 
+ Fast Printing Speeds 192 CPS NLQ 

Colour Printing 7 colour palecte (hlue, red. green, yellow, violet- magenca.blatkl 

Quiet printing Super quiet 45 - 4& dBfl sound level (most matrix printers are typi 
tally in excess of 60 dRa) 

6 Resident Fonts Over 6, 100 type styles using Courier Prestige, Bold PS, Roman, 
Scnpt and Sans Serif Fonts. 

3 Paper ^aths Paper handling from bottom* top and rear for totai flexibility 
# | tW Warranty For tePl peace of mind 


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The new high performance Panasonic KX - PI 1 23 
24 pin. Quiet colour printer offers leading edge 
quiet printing technology at an affordable price 


* Fait Printing Sp^di 192 CPS draft. 64 CPS LQ and 32 SLQ. 

* Colour Printing; 7 colour palette ( blue, red, green, yellow, violet. magenta, black) 

4 Quiet Printing Super quiet 43 J - 46 dBa sound level (most matrix printers are typically 
rn excess ef 60 dBjj) 

* 7 Resident Fonts Over 1 52,000 type styles using Super LQ. Courier Prestige. Bold 
PS, Roman, Script, and Sans Serd Fonts, 

* 24PIN Diamond Pnnthead High performance and high quality output 

* I Tear Warranty for total peace of mmd. 


Panasonic LASER PRINTER 


KX - P44I0 LASER PRINTER 




KX - P4430 LASER PRINTER 


WQRDWOflJH A£A03hR£TBJT 
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'•it writers clioice The ukimace ward 
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NORMAL RRP £129 99 Inc VAT 


Dree i^.'iir- INDI Pis vc- joined Together wirl - Panssorrc eo oFFcr all Amiga owners the mo si aurstenn-ng; Laser 
away □ copy of Wordwonh with ii^ry l^inaionic; l.smr Rrmtor p.ii rh.urrl |RRP £1 29 99), Whether you art looking fpr a las-cr pMtrr rn Randle- wprd pmc^iiiing 

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TP, pnrswtadon or tomplix graphic ippllcittoria - die Panasonic 


KXP -4410 

* 5 pages per minute 
- IS resident fonts 

* Optional 2nd input hin(taul printer 
cifucnry 2 * 200- sheeu) 

* rsynning costs 
Parallel incerface 

* Dj emal memory txpJtnsiOil to 4,5 Mb 
(0 5 is ihmdardl 

■ Liieriet II Emulation 


|lNPI PRICE 


£549.91 

me. VAT 

Imihincnt price increase. 

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KXP - 4430 

£ Sotmprint (opcimum resolution 
technology)* 5 

* £ Pages, per minute 

+ HP La^crjct III Emulation. PCL J 
S Scalable fonts & 2-B bitmap 
functions 

# Optional 2nd input bm (tocal print 
er capacity 2 x 200 sheets 

4 Optional memory expansion to 
5.0 Mb {i Mb as scandard) 


|indi price] 

£699.99 

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Ec^cuHr- Lubred quality dust cover Fcr ff^Miascuik KXP 2 1 rO 

KXP 2 1 13 jMiiw. INCH PRICE MM 

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To be Li?se<| when conn*Tting 
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Contains 2 black and 4 Colour ribbons for KXP 

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Contains automatic sheet Feeder, 2 black ribbons, 2 
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THE MULTIMEDIA COMPUTER TOTAL HOME 
ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM 


PACK CONTENTS AS STANDARD 

* Amiga CDTV Flayer 
CDTV Keyboard 
CDTV 1411 1,5 ' Dak Drive 
CDTV infra R.*d Remora- Controller 
CDTV Wired mouse 
CDTV Welcome Disik 
Manual* 

Fred Fish CDTV Diik 


AMIGA CDTV EXTERNAL 
HARD DISK DRIVE 


YouVe got the CDTV, you've got the key- 
board and the floppy disk drive - for a total 
eempMjrar solution n II that'i needed k an 
ultra fait hard disk drive. 

The CDTV - HD unit bflaiis a massive 64 
Mb of bard dith storage widh lightning fast 
access timet through its SCSI interface. The 
unit eemes complete with Workbench 1.3 
and all necessary cable* 



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229.99 


£ 2 1 9.99 


SLACK 1048$ MONITOR 

At last die CDTV Monger you have been waiting for. The 
original and best sriling colour/ stereo monitor from 
Commodore is ndw available in blanck to complement your 
CDTV 

INDi PRICE £109-99 

(£179 99 when purchased with CDTV Multi Media pack] 


If you are thinking of buying CDTV or already own one you'll be- pleased to know thai INDI 
stock fell CDTV accessorial and software that arc available From manufattuw. We believe 
bn CDTV and we therefore continue to support chi* exciting product. You will always have 
a lource of product for your CDTV from INDI, 

LtoR 

CDTV Encore SCSI Controller + Internal Mount 
CDTV Intern*! Geriock 
Black 10S45 Colour Stereo Monitor 

(When purchased with CDTV Multi - Media Pick) 

CDTV Remote Mouse 
Scart TV i Monitor Lead 

(iiK Stereo Phono Lead) 

Megachffr - I f*ts Chfp RAM Upgrade for CDTV 

CDTV Trackball 


£59.99 

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£179.99 
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£69,49 



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AdvinMd M ? Xiry Systems 
Women pi Motion 
Gijuiin^a. Disc of Retards 
Anlrmli in fiction 
CannaiiHiL' Flrte Aril 
fruiti & VtgocablQs 
Treet ft Shrubs 
ImJoor Ranti 


£39,99 

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04.99 

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134.99 
134.99 


EDUCATION 


Fur §<nfl£il « Under S'i 
A long Hard Dfeyatlftt Ranch 
A Burt, for fi*m*y 
Cinderella 

Fun Sc hoi- For S to 7 

Fun School ter D*er T* 

Heudlif H'U her First Home Run 


£14.99 

£34.99 

£29-99 

09.99 
£24.99 

114.99 
£34.94 


LTV ■ English xz a bid Lwpwgc- 
Mind Run 
Mud Rudd* 

Hy Rfekn 

Paper E^g FVnceii 

Scary Poems for Rotten kids 

Talc of teiifemn &.«nnK 

Hale ft#f«flr Rabbit 

Tbonifls 's Snowsifit 

Moving Gv« mt Stomach Ache 

Barney Bear Gofit Camping; 

ArtHrtK French for English I 

Japan World (PAD 

KV»rnl LAipiwt* 

Road widi Axtenp 


ENTERTAINMENT 


Rudethesi 

Al Clop Go T* Hi(lrtrLLk.vr:r: Craiw 


U4.99 

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124.99 

129-99 

DlikrifeUfl fof Hir* 

114-99 

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HoiinHs df rhe CuskcvrlB; 

£19.99 

119.99 

Kidkr 

£19.99 

£34.99 

SmOty 

£29.99 

£3499 

TnviiJ PunulL |PAL) 

£49, 99 

£39-99 

WriJlh of Oflmcn 

£19-99 

£19.99 

Raffle 

£14.99 

04.99 

frohHtorik 

£34.99 

134,99 

Snoopy 

154.99 

£39.99 

fewfi whfl hfo ^iamc 

£39.99 

04.99 

EuieftefeR SfMt Sanutator 

CJ4.99 

149.99 

Global Chon* 

£19.99 

04.99 

T uitoi II 

1Z9.99 

£19.49 


£29.49 


Curse ^fRfl 

£24.99 


Sp*ce Wtan 

£19.99 


Defender -d die Cra^wi 

£29,99 

£39-99 

Case df the CaiUKHd Condor 

£14.99 

134-99 

Tiebrahe TiinnH 

£14-99 


MUSIC 


Karaoke Fits- I 
hu*< Maker 
FWbx 

VCHfamurer + Mlnnphe*ie 
nil-el Brother! l Am ran CD -only) 
Musk Cofosjr 


REFERENCE 


America i H*i luge &mnary 
Complete Worii^ of Sh^kmpeirfl 
Iftncrawd Wdy Bible 
Mew Ikuic Electronic Cookbook 
Timetable of Guflfmt 
Dr Wellnyn 


149.99 
£29.99 
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£39.99 
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£5 4-99 


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AMIGA 1500 

FEATURES INCLUDE; 

^ I Mb expandable usfnj? A2Q5& RAM bOfei'd. 

^Include* 7 X 3.5* disk as safldflrd with S.7S 11 Disk Bay- 
^ InMgral memory card and card expansion capabilities (most cost 
effecbve expansion fchjdb) 

: Workbench 2-OQ and kitkstart 2,04 

CONTENTS: 

* Keyboard, mouse, reference manual, F'Uzznic, T&kL Elf (Games),, D 
Plaint III. Home Accounts, The Works( Platinum edition: Wordpro, . 
Spreadsheet, Database) Joystick. 

MONITOR AND PRINTER 
NOT INCLUDED 


A 2 286 AT EMULATOR 

The AJJ&6 AT emulator kit offers IRM 
AT ccimpiubility oil th( Afiilpi 2QM 
And IWW -sySLemi- rwmmg at IDMIhi 
will i I Mb HAM and CGA graphki. The 
A}]' at; Dmulnmr alia melud&S b 
LlS’l-lMb floppy drive an a MS DOS 
□perfeUhg KS+rwjr# 

INDI PRICE £159.99 


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A209I CONTROLLER CARD 

The 2fl9| A \% nn ajjtpboodng SCSI contnqifr card wiLh 
rhm facility to mount the SCSI H*nd Drive directly onto 
the ccmirnller card. Th* 2Q9I A also has the facility m 
take upt* 1Mb HAM (1/2 Mb stops). The A2Q9I A can- 
trolU ■ r! roiTn II carmpalitile fend li thei'Hore suitable 
for the Amiga IflOG althCJUg’l H does Dffer ar i'Jm-jI Mkl- 
uo*i far the Amiga -fOCM.'aiD, where leatS^ig edgf per- 
fomwice I& not ferquire. The AlWI A ll Vtfll she most 
■ i>i:i:ile An- fp SCSI card miutile anri wrrh the supplied 
fnFrwarc ii the easa£i[ Wiy tt> Install. 

INDI PRICE £79.99 


The AMIGA 3000 Workstation 

The Amiga 3000 feature* the powerf ul Motorola 60030 processor 

runnirig at 25Mhj (mcire powerful than the Amtga ^G-DO-'O^Of wirh ?he 

perforrfi fence enhancing 6&&61 <0 - processor. An ideal-widro work- 

jiation for the Opaft/tsism system 

FEATURES INCLUDE: 

^68030 pr«eisor ruein ng-it 25Mh; (feiL-uring MMU) 

^IMb RAM (expandable to l8Mh on - board J 
^5-2 Mb htgh speed 5C5! hard Drive 
3.5" floppy drive; 

^On - bmird flleker fixer 
^ AT nyle keyboard 
4* Mouse 

^Workbench 2.0 4 Arnica Vision Multimedli software 

□0^1 NOT INCLUDE THE WONiTCl ANP OPALVISION; 


A20G8 XT EMULATOR KIT 

Thfl A]Q8fl, XT cmulatar kit effirs 
|6M c LXi'^iririhilir/ur- chc Amiga 2000 
and 3000 systems, running at 4. 77Mhi 
with S I 2Kb RAM and CGA gnsph+U. 
The A2086 effiuh-TW aim includes fe 
5.25“ SCllK floppy drwe and tfi DOS 
Opening '.rifrware. 

INPI PRICE £79,99 


A205S RAM BOARD 

An 8 Mb l£ - Bit, RAM boar«L supplied 
wrth 2Mb RAM and upgriESiblE In two 
Steps. Thp 2058 is a zaerc II C*mpaP- 
bip -tad tSi ey are comptMile With- rbc 
A2D00. 

INDi PRICE £99,99 



£69 


A2630 2Mb ACOLERATOR BCWflD 

Th* H3CU-S 3- &S03Q attilei'mor board runr ng at 25MI(i tonipSnr' wrch a £BBB2 
FRLJ and 2Mb of 32 « &i[ RAM fa* tJrt A2000 TH? 2430 boo*d 

brings rtie periarmiMt d th* Amijp 1000 uptn neirly [hit of the AJOO0. ideal 
■rfvhcn runnirg pfdfoiSiorial appl-canons. A'i feddiuen&l 2Mb 31 - Bit fast PAM 
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A 7100 GENLOCK 

A cost effective home quality entry 
level InwrmlfMJock. suitable for die 
Amiga JOM.'SKO Th* 2lM £finfotk >1 
an ideal icHutidn for A(iyo*it wlshirg in 
put titles CM gr^phfc« -on do home 
vld&G. 

INDI PRICE 09,99 


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A helping of the rtfws frum the limiting 
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CAME REVIEWS 


Dogfight 

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Virus Checker 

Get them before they get you 
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Sticklt 

Instant on-screen reminders 
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Without doubt the most nauseating 
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A feline friend returns - and 
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Make your own way 
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the mysteries of three 
dimensional modefling 
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ESP 

See the mighty till as Ihe masses pul pen to paper 


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SJ48 Sheet Feeder £55.00 

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• 144 Element Prim Head 

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• 360dpi resolution 

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Citizen 

Citizen Swift 90 Colour £175.00 
Citizen Swift 240 Colour £270.00 
Citizen 124D Special Offer £149.99 

Hewlett Packard 

HP Deskjet 510 £299.99 

HP Deskjet 550 Colour £599.99 

Ricoh LP1200 £739.00 

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Amiga 600 Wild, 

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Includes A600 wilh Pushover, 
Microprose Grand Prix, Pulty and 
Deluxe Paint III 


HoClite external drive £64.99 Amiga CD32 £299.99 

Amiga 500 internal drive £49.99 



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• 290dpi resolution 

• 2 Micros witched buttons 

• Optomechanical mechanism 

• Switchable between Amiga/ST 

• Direct Mouse Replacement 


Speed Mouse 

£1 1 .99 


OVP 


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Amigo 1200 

Race 4 Chase Pack £289 99 

Includes A 1200 with 2Mb RAM, 
Nigel Mansell (1200 version) and 
Trolls (1200 version) 




• Quantum SCSI Hard drive 

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* Up to 8Mb RAM on board 

• 2 year warranty 


42Mb No RAM £199.00 

80Mb No RAM £299,00 

120Mb No HAM £399,00 

213Mb No RAM £564,00 

2Mb SIMM Upgrade £69.99 

4Mb SIMM Upgrade £1 79.99 

8Mb SIMM Upgrade £300.00 



Our Service department can repair 
Amiga's in minimum time at competitive 
rates. We can arrange tor courier pickup 
and return delivery ol your machine to 
ensure ifs salety We even have a 
same day service which will ensure your 
machine is given priority and subject lo 
Fault, completed the same day. We can 
Fit memory upgrades, ROM upgrades. 
We offer a Quotation service for £15 lor 
which we will examine your machine 
and report hack with an exact price for 
repair. II you do not wish to go ahead 
with the repairs then just pay the £15. 
However if you do go ahead then the 
change is included In the minimum 
charge. Please note: The minimum 
charge covers labour* pads are extra. 


Quotation service £ 1 5.00 

Min repair charge £35.25 

Courier Pic kup £ 1 1 - 00 

Courier Return £7,00 

Same day service £15.00 


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Mini Office £39.99 

Wordprucesson Dalabase, Spreadsheet, 
Disc UtiSties and Graphics 

Pen Pal £34.99 

Powerful wordprocossor with texl 
wrap around graphics. Forms 
manager, Database manager, 
calculated fields etc, 100,000 word 
spelling dictionary, Mail Merge 

Final Copy tl £79-99 

Amiga woretprocessor* 1 10.000 word 
spell checker, 926,000 word thesaurus, 
Automatic hyphenation, multiple 
columns, HAM a 24 bit graphic support. 
Built in Postscript support 

Deluxe Paint IV AG A £69.99 

Paint and animate in 262,000 colours., 
Developed specifically lor the 
Commodore A 12O0 annd A4000. takes 
full advantage ol the new AG A chip 
sel Metamorphosis, instantly 
transform the shape and image of one 
brush into any olher brush, HAM 
support. Paint slencil mode, 
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• 1.44Mb 3-5" Floppy, up to 14Mb 
RAM. Displays 65536 colours 
from 262144 palette at 760 x 400 
resolution 

• 0 Channel, 16 bit, Stereo sound 
sampling 

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FALCON 4Mb No HD £779.00 

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£14.99 


A50Q4 1Mb upgrade 


£1 9.99 


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£44.99 


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compatible with A600, A600HD 

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50 3 5" Disks 

£23.50 

100 3.5" Disks 

£44.6 r . 

3.5" Disk head cleaner 

£4.00 

50 Disk Box 

£5.00 

100 Disk Box 

£8.00 

A 500 Dustcover 

£4.00 

Mo use/Joy stick extension 

£5.00 

PRO 500 Joystick 

£7.00 

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Philips 8833 MK II £109.99 

Includes 12 Months on situ warranty 
(Mainland UK) and tree Lotus Turbo 
Challenge 2 game 

Commodore 1084S Colour £189.99 

Amiga Colour, stereo monitor 
induding cable 

Micro vitech 1 440 £399,99 

1 4" Colour SVGA Monitor, 

.28 dot pitch, 

Phone for Commodore Adaptor 

Colour SVGA Monitor £239.90 

High quality Colour SVGA Monilor, 

.20 dot pilch. Includes Falcon Adaptor 

Falcon VGA Adaptor £9.99 

Philips SCAR! to Amiga £9.09 
0033 MKII to Amiga £9-99 


N E WS 


by John Butters 






A £7 MILLION advertising and promo- 
tion campaign aimed a E ensuring contin- 
ued success tor the Amiga has just been 
umriled by Commodore. 

1 1 comes at a critical time tor the tnarm- 
fachner- after n year at heavy cash kisses 
.md recent restructuring of the firm across 
the world - and alongside massive indus- 
try support , 

More than 4t) CD32 games titles art' 
planned tor launch between now and 
Christmas, with lames Pond 2 and 3, 
Jurassic Park, Plnba]] Fantasies and 
Sensible Soccer a mong the first, 

* wo discs will be bundled with the 
player, ami although Commodore refused 
to confirm their details, a reliable source 


r !old Amiga Computing they will be Diggers 
and Oscar. 

Bui according to Commodore the 
games packed with ihe machine will be 
changed frequently to enable ^i eral wit- 
ware publishers to have similar marketing 
opportu niiies. 

The firm's autumn campaign will cen- 
tre on the new console and will target 
Eouupean satellite and national television 
and radio, newspapers and (op consumer 
magazines 

The player has already been featured 
regular tv on children's TV shows and 
competitions in several high circulation 
newspapers have highlighted its 
advanced technology, television advertis- 


ing due to start in the next tew weeks 
will use an android as a leading character 
who plays but cannot beat a console 
game. 

The creature wilt also be featured on 
Cnnimod ore's show stands a ndl in other 
merchandise bring made cm behalf of the 
manufacturer. 

Press advertising is planned in teenage 
magazines, national newspaper and spe- 
da list computer publications, with some 
of the .ids pushing computers in the 
range, 

"Amiga CQ.12 as a landmark machine/ 
claimed joint Commodore boss David 
Pleasance. "Everybody's talking about it 
now - weeks before its launch With this 


Cteftig Coil hatlw 

campaign, we’re giv ing it the sort of 
heavy weight backing to turn curiosity 
into sales. I'm certain Amiga CP32 will be 
the UK's premier coiisuint-r product (his 
Christmas. ■" 



ICL to fix Amiga snags 



AMIGA warranty repairs are soon 
to be handled by computer giant 
ICL under a muJ 1 1 -mil I Ion pound 
deal Just signed between Ihe firm 
and Commodore, 

Service and maintenance will 
include home visits from ICL 
engineers and, say Commodore, 
a level of service and support 
normally available only to blue 
chip firms. 

Commodore's Colin Proud- 
foot; H We wanted to find a way to 
combine our strengths - Innova- 
tive lech no logy, sales and mar- 
keting - with Ihe best logistics 
management available. 

We believe ICL is Ihe best and 
its service and logistics infras- 
tructure will give customers- ihe 
best possible back-up". 

A Wang spokesperson sard Ihe 
company had been invited to ten- 
der for the work but were not in a position to offer manufacturing and distribu- 
tion needed by Commodore, 

The firm - who were criticised by Amigs owners for delays in attending to 
faulty computers last Chrisimas - will continue to provide after sales service to 
existing owners. 


Hid ( teifi Citthr Prtiwfld&t, Cammodtire i 
^rjjpr md (irft) gJV-rj Ihe Amiga Mmirujify 
N> DurM PlnM , fQ. i general mannge-r 



AN A12(XI bundle featuring a sd^ction of games and productivity software worth 
Old will hbi tin 1 streets before autumn s peak wiling period. Commodore have con- 
firmed. 

The £349 I desktop Dynamite pack will come with programs developed to take 
advantage of the ccuyiputef s graphics capability, including two of the latest games. 

Dennis the Menace and Oscar will accompany home productivity software 
Word worth v2, Print Manager and Deluxe Paint 4 AG A. 

"VVr decided that because the Amig t i 1200 is really a mean piece of hardware we 
were not going to major on games per se," said joint Commodore boss David 
PleasaaKVv 

r We wanted to include software which somebody - whether they were buying 
for the first bme or upgrading - would find a valuable piece of add ibonal software-” 

Desktop Dynamite will replace all exist ing packs,, including the £294 standalone 
At 200 


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Amiga Com putin g November 1993 


11 





NOVOTEL 
HOTEL 
HAMMERSMITH 
LONDON 
IS THE PLACE 
TO BE 


500 


complimentary 


tickets available to the first 500 
callers. All you need to do is 
telephone the Spotlight Amiga 
Hotline which is 081-885 5098 
quoting the following 
reference number: S.A.N. 


s are also available at the kiosk price £1.50 


Spotlight Amiga will provide visitors 
with demostrations of software and 
hardware configurations and permit 
them to ask questions about many 


products directly to experts in 
field. It is expected that the new 
CD32 will be on display to the public 
as well as NewTek's Video Toaster 


discover the world ofAmiga 

1 • Hi-Soft | 

• Gasteiner Technoiogies 

• Computronics 

• Amiga Warehouse 

• Marpet Developments 

• Broadfield Computers 

• Meridian Software 

• Compo Software 

• Jam Magazine 

• Weekend Developments 

• BSC (Germany) 

• Syntronics 

• Micropace 

• Golden Image 1 

• Access Amiga 

• 16/32 PD 

• Alpha Data (Benelux) 

• Prima Technoiogies UK 

• Power Computing 

• Antic Systems 

and many more 


Spotlight Amiga 

Hammersmith , London 



Sponsored by 

Gasteiner Technologies 
Micro Pace UK 
^ Golden Image UK ^ 


17th October 1993 
is the only place to be 


Opening time 10am till 6pm 
Organised by Gasteiner Technologies 
Tel: 081-365 1151 Fax: 081-885 1935 



■ IM E WS 


News 

Briefs 


Body 

building 

A KIT chaining add-ons needed eg 
build ihe CD32 mto an Amiga computer 
.Ml I be availablci noxt year Commodore 
‘■swi just confirmed. 

The pack will include a keyboard, 
'nouse and Floppy disk drive. 
Commodore said fluctuating currency 
exchange rales meant they were 
unable to reveal price delails. 

Animation 

training 

APJ Amiga Computer animation and 
graphics training course will be held by 
London^ based Connections {OB 1-741 
1^66) November, The two-day event 
will cost between £GG and £90, 

Performance 



H>PERGAGHE Professional is a soft- 
ware-based accelerator which is 
claimed to offer huge performance 
ncreases on hard and floppy disks. 
Among the functions where extra 
can be appreciated are loading, 
rectory operations arid Workbench 
a ndows open and reopen. 

The £46,95 package Is being sdd in 
Bmain by Meridian Soltware (061-543 
3500), More details can be found on 

page tei . 

CD32 video 
promise 

ZZ22 will have full motion video capa- 
: within The next few weeks. 

Commodore's joint general manager 
I =, u Pieasance promised recently 
r wifi be aimed mainty at the music 
wdtec* market and enable up to 70 min- 
_t£= : f video footage to be played from 
compact dial. 

P easance said that the FMV module 
accompanied with an up-to-date video 
d sc will sell for around £229, and is 
kefy id be sold In a bundle with Ihe 
. or g Jing buyers a cash saving. 

Bugs fixed 

- BUG fix for Bars & Pipes Professional 
now available lot 59.50 from Blue 
R:Dbon Sourdworks 1 US office. The firm 
are n Venture Center, 1605 Chantilly, 
Sufle 200 Atlanta GA3Q324. 


Panasonic cut 
printer noise 

PANASONIC have raided their QuietPrinter range with the ICK-P2923, a narrow 
carriage 24-pin dot matrix printers which uses Latest sound reduction technology. 
Functions can be controlled from the printed front p^knel or directly from the 

Amiga, with options 
including enhancement 
adjustment*. margins, form 
feed and tear off. 

The KX-P2U23 prints in 
draft at speeds up Id 249 
characters per second and 
at SOcps m four letter qual- 
ity fonts; Courier, Prestige, 
Bold PS and Script, 

The £249 machine comes 
HA P202Jti nHiir cut ttoii* with 14K of memory, w r ith 

32 K extra available as an 

option, and Epson LQand IBM Proprinler X24E emulations. It is supplied with IBM 
PC software but buyers, can receive an Amiga driver by telephoning Panasonic on 
" 0809 444220. 



Toaster 
will slay 
a Cray 

ANIMATION will lake loss time than 
ever before when US-based Newtek s 
Screamer 3D rendering engine is 
launched towards the end of lhi$ year. 

That's the claim from the devel- 
ops!. who say the device’s four RISC 
processors will enable a Video 
Toaster system io deliver twice Ihe 3D 
rendering power of a Gray i super 
computer. * 

it will operate at over 600 MIPS and 
by running each processor at 1 50MHz 
wilh bain «ntcrnal and external caches 
the Screamer will reach incredible 
speeds. 

Already Newtek's Video Toaster 
and Ughrwave 3D animation system 
have generated 3D effects for 
television shows m tha States, includ- 
ing Steven Spielberg's SeaQueai 


Budget 

power 

genlock 


GcFrtocliJ Hcmra I era nth 

fti iprt ftevier flf £299 


/ 





A SOFTWAREdndependenf 

genlock due lor imminent £** j: / 

release soon by Hama W 3 | 

{0256 708110) is claimed / 

to be ideal far / M 

hi-band and composite . I m / 

video signals. / 

Tha £299 Genlock 292 can / 

feed Amiga signals, video signals, mixed / 

Amiga and video signals or key Inverted mixed sig- .1 

nals into a video recorder wilh fade in or out. 

And red, green and blue processing of the Amiga signal is possible by 
ing control knobs on ihe device, which has a bandwidth of 10MHz. 


roiah 


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DSV, 

Screamer will cass US$9,995 and 
requires a Video Toaster workstation, 
which is far Ihe time being only avail- 
able for NTSC displays, 


Atomox 

saves disk 


ATOMOX Data Packer is a new data com- 
presskjn utility written for Amiga owners 
who need lo save dink space. 

Its graphical interface enables users to 
load, pack and save files while a special 
extension will carry nut similar functions 
within AMOS Professional, 

The program's makers, Infinity 
Software, claim A tom is gives average 
space saving of more than 75 percent. 
Cost £6.99 from Agamic Computers {081- 
542 7652}. 


Optonica make non-game CD title 

ONE of the first non-game titles for the 
Amiga CD32 will be an encyclopaedia of 
everyday technology, Leicester-based 
Optonica (0455 556282) have just 
announced 

In sight; Technology will cover 
everything from the hall point pen to Eire 
space shuttle With more than 269 items 
explained with Ehe help of graphics and 
motion video. 

The Insight range will be increased fur- 
ther later this year with guides to 
Dinosaurs and the Living Body r while the 
firm are also due to launch a CD32 
authoring system 

r Interplay is claimed to he a rwm- techni- 
cal system aimed at creative producers, 
and has already been used to develop 
several programs, 


WASHER 

GAUGES 
GEAR STICK 

BATTERY, 



Knt 

LIGFTTS 


FOOT BRA 


Trthnufu^f Ftnl prypi game C0JJ tiftv 


Amiga Comp utin g Novem be r 1 99 3 


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■ NEWS 

DIARY 

DATES 

17 October 1993 

Spotlight Amiga 
Gasteiner Technologies 
(081-885 5098) 

Venue: Novote! Hotel, Hammersmith 
A mini-show uimpd at giving Amiga 
enlhusiasls itie chance to view and buy 
Am :gas and products 

I t to 14 November 1993 

Future Entertainment Shpiv 
{0225 442244) 

Venue: Olympia, London 
A multMormat computer and consols 
show. Tickets must be bought in 
advance on 051 -356 5095. 

13 November 1993 

Ail Micro Show 7 
Organiser Sharward Service 
{0473272002) 

Venue: Stngley Halt, Stalls 

Last year's event saw 60 stands, some 

with Amiga products 

19 to 21 November 1 993 

international Computer Show 
Organiser: Westminster Exhibitions 
(0222512128) 

Venue: Wembiey, London 
Discounted, software and hand warn plus 
product releases. 

12 to 15 January 1994 

BETT'94 

Organiser EMAP International 
(071*404 4844) 

Venue: Olympia, London 

Britain’s leading rf exhibiton Pof the 

education market 



23 to 25 October 1994 

Amiga '93 Atecom 
Organiser: Atacom 
(010 331 84 34 03 42) 

Venue: Parts, France 
4 range of Amiga exhibitors and devel- 
opers including Commodore 

• II your company is organising a show 
relevant to the Amiga and it's not fcisted. 
let us know so we can include the inlor- 
mol ion in the diary . 


Picture support for 
new 

THE next generation of database Superbase Personal is due tor release iin the Amiga 
soon, its British distributors Meridian Software heive announced , 

Sbase Personal 4 is compatible with the latest Amiga operating system and graphics 
bind is sjad to offer a complete data management system for small business and personal 
needs. 

It is completely different from earlier releases of the package and Meridian describe it 
as a cut-down version of the £299 Superbase Professional 

A video cassette recorder-like interface enable* users to select last Forward or rewind 
easily * gel the first, last, or next record and start or pause an index query of the filter oper- 
ation. 

The program supports sound files* IFF images* EPS clipart and text and 
number files, which can be stored and organised including facility to create a 
picture /daLa library. 

Form letters and other mailshot material, personalised letters and mailing labels 
printed and reports can be put together from linked databases. 

It will work on any Amiga and cost £149,95. Meridian can be telephoned on OS 1-543 
3500, while existing users looking So upgrade should contact US-based Oxxi on 0161 21 3 
427 1 227. 



AmiTek expand 
Amiga memory 


A MEMORY expansion board containing n battery -backed clock has just 
been added to AmiTek's range of products at Kent-based Silica Systems 
(081-309 illl). 



It gives A]2lX)s up to 6Mb of memory and a maths coprocessor can be fit- 
ted to increase the speed of mathematically intense applications such 
as computer aided design. 

"Th i& new board follow- s the AmiTek tradition of 
offering high specification products at aggres- 
sive prices," commented Silica 
spokesman Andy Leani ng. 

"AmiTek delayed the 
release of their board to 
ensure that they could 
offer end users a RAM 
board at the lowest possible 
price." 

Unpopulated the board costs 
£79.95, and with costs fluctuat- 
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production plants - which we 
reported Last month - buyers should 
call Silica for memory prices. 


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Amiga takes video control 

AMIGA computers are behind a new video wail system just introduced by Watford* 
based audio-visual Jn j multimedia specialists CD Interactive. 

ExpdhLldVLL-w enables a wall of up to 2:35 monitors to bo built and, using specially- 
written software running, on A 1260s, point of sale and point of information systems 
can be developed. 

And another program running on an A 4006 powers the video wall in 
sportung arenas, featuring an on-screen dock, scoring, messaging and realtime anima- 
tions. 

Among the first oistocners are Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Cub, who will 
install two 256-monitor scoreboards at their Motyneu* Stadium, 

It will enable the club to display match information as well bringing in extra adver- 
tising revenue. 

A spokesman for CD Interactive told Arraign Computing that Amiga® were chown 
because the firm’s software division of bad been working with the computers for sev- 
eral years. 


Back to 
; school 
with 
AMOS 

AMQS owners can now learn how 
to write educational programs with 
the help of AMOS In Education, I he 
latest addition to Kuma Books 
range of publications. 

According to Kuma it gives bud- 
ding programmers all the informa- 
tion they need to produce software, 
from the planning to lips and tricks 
lo make the program run smoothly. 

It starts with full specifications, 
graphics and code for lour educa- 
tional games and then allows the 
reader to practice writing just the 
graphics and specifications lor a 
fifth. 

The last section gives a game’s 
specifications and readers can add 
their own graphics and ideas be lore 
linking ll to l he main program. 

“ft is very useful lo bo able to 
write programs which children can 
use at home and which will rein- 
force what is being learnt at 
school,'" said a Kuma spokesman. 

"AMOS gives people the oppor 
tunfly to write educational pro* 
grams for their children, brothers, 
sisters or friends, " 

AMOS in Education was written 
by Anne and Lan Tucker, AMOS 
programmers who have produced 
several lieenseware and commer- 
cial titles. 

A coupon included in the Cl 2-95 
book enables buyers to send lor a 
Free disk containing finished pro- 
grams, useful routines and source 
code to follow. 


Suppliers to 
hold London 
mini^show 

A GROUP of Amiga peripheral and suit- 
ware suppliers have joined force* to hold 
mini-computer show at the Novofel 
Hotel, Hammersmith in the next few 
weeks. 

The organisers say that visitors will be 
able to see demonstrations of software 
and hardware and ri*k question* about 
many products. 

Companies prom i*i rig to a I tend 
include Ga steiner. Power Computing, 
Amiga Warehouse* Golden Image and 
First Computer Centre. 

Said easterner's Vas Shah: "We feel 
this show iv ill provide Amiga users with 
a great opportunity to products up 
close and to learn first hand about partis - 
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I nova ironies have once again 
upgraded and enhanced their Can Do 
authoring system. Bur along with the 
give came some tek±> — they removed one 
of Can Do's best features and made it an 
UKtra-cosI item. 

If vou're not familiar with CanDo, it's 
an application that Ids you use a graphic 
interface and an easy-tudearn scripting 
language to create your own programs 
without having to learn all the gory details 
o\ programming the Amiga. It's remark- 
ably powerful, and has actually been us*?d 
to create commercial Amiga application*. 

The new features help bring CanDo up 
to dale with the latest Amigas, as well as 
add mg some capabilities long- requested 
by CanDo programmers. 

The biggest enhancement is AGA 
graphics support; CanDo now pulls up a 
requester which lets you select from any 
of your Amiga's available graphics modes 
— this should also allow you to create 
CanDo applications for cards like the 
Retina and Picasso II, which offer stan- 
dard system Screen Modes requester 
entries. 

Another big enhancement is the ability 
to play MOD music files [including In- 
voice OCT Anted songs), with full control 
over tempo and volume. 

The Interface has been significantly 




What's 

new 



gives - 
and takes away 


cleaned up, making it easier to find func- 
tions and to perform formerly tedious 
operations such as moving a group of 
objects across the screen.. 

MORE SUPPORT 

Both CanDo programmed and users of 
CanDo applications will be happv to dis- 
cover that [nova tronics has done away 
with their horrid file requester and added 
support for the system standard ASL 
requester- The Help function has been 
converted to an AmigaGuide file, and you 
can now add AmigaGuide HeJp text to 


Denny Atkin looks over an 
enhanced authoring system, plus 

two programs for experimenters 

■ 


Fontastic celebration 

St, Louis based Soft-Loglh celebrated I tie end of the floods that have plagued the 
midwestem United Stales this year by acquiring world wide distribution rights to 
the TypeS mith font design program, and have jus! released an enhanced version. 

The biggest news in TypeSmith 2.0 is AutoTracing: you can now load in a 
scanned image of a character (or a brush made from a bitmap font character) and 

TypaSmith will automatically create an oul line version, 

TypeSmith 2.0 now loads, edits, and saves bitmap as well as outline lonls. 
Other new features include automatic font-hinting, clipboard support, the ability lo 
cut and paste characters between two open lonts, and much-increased speed. 

The upgrade is SSOt the package retails for S1SS.95. Contacl Sofl-Lugik s UK 
Sales olfiee at 0628-78400G. or write Soft-Logik Publishing Limited, Broadway 
House. 21 Broadway, Maidenhead, Berkshire. SL6 1JK, 


your own CanDo applications. 

There ate other improvements, such as 
better Gompugraphic and ColourFant 
support, and a built-in layout editor that 
alJoivs you to flow text a round irregular 
shape*. 

The upgrade is only Sib CanDo 2.0 
users (European users need to add 510 for 
surface nr $25 fur air), which seem* quite 
reasonable. However, there are are other 
things you should know. First, CanDo 25 
require* n hard drive, 2MB o\ RAM, and 
Amiga DOS 2.04 or later. (Not a big deal, 
since the previous version really required 
a hard drive and lots of RAM to run 
smoothly.) 

More sigiikantly, you can no longer 
use the stsurk CanDo package to create 
Stand-a]one applications. CanDo 2.0 and 
earlier included DeckBinder and 
DeckBroWser, utilities that would allow 
you to package your CanDo creations as 


self- running programs that you could give 
away to your friends or sfc?U commercially. 
In ova Ironies now wants a $50 to $200 
yearly licensing fee if you plan to dis- 
tribute you i CanDo application* commer- 
cially. 

On the plus side, they wiU waive the 
licensing fee if you're creating a PD or 
shareware program, but you have to send 
them a copy of your application to get the 
special binder /browser you'll need — 
inconvenient, especially for European 
users. 

However, the upgrade does look good, 
if you want to create CanDo applications 
tor AGA machines, it's definitely worth 
getting. If maintaining 1.3 compatibility i* 
important,, and if von don't want to go 
through the licensing hassle, you might 
just want to stick with CanDo 2.0. 
Inovatronics can be reached at (214) MO- 
4991. 


Chance to try some new Mega tricks 


The recursively named MegageM have announced two 
new products lhat will appeal to tee Amiga user who 1 ® a 
bit of an experimenter. 

By appearances, MogageM's R Paint is a lui I -featured 
non -HAM ECS paint program that supports up to 64 
colours in auloscrialling resolutions up to iSOOOxtectoO. All 
ihe standard paint-program commands are avail-able horn 
pull-down menus or key equivalents, and the program 
supports scalable outline fonts. Sounds pretty average, 
right? 

Wrong Underneath me standard user interface lies full- 
blown ARexx support tor ail the commands. At the sim- 
plest level, this means you can use RPaint as an easy 
way to display graphics created by programs mitten in the 
ARoxx scripting language included with AmigaDOS 2-64 
and greater. 

Since ARexx doesn't have any graphics commands 
built in. this adds a lol □! HeudbilHy to ihe language, But 
even more useful is the capability to contra? RPaint s d»& T 


play tiom other AFtexx-sawy programs. 

For instance, you could write an ARexx macro to read 
data from a Prglessional Calc spreadsheet and draw a 
chart or graph ot the data on HPalnf a screen; you could 
write a scnpl to draw images in real-time, controlled from 
a multimedia program like CanDo or AmigaVisron; or sim- 
ply use it to create user-controlled slideshows. 

RPaint can automatically create a script irom your 
drawing actions, which you can then go in and modify and 
enhance — this feature is great for creating interactive 
presentations. 

This programmable painl program requires AmigaDOS 
2.04 or greater and retails for £79 95 (add $6 shipping lo 
Europe.) 

Is your biggesl complaint about your Amiga me fact 
that it has a hit of a two-dimensional personality? 
MegageM's SteieoPra Amiga is a joystick connector inter- 
face for LCD 3D glasses which is a plug-compatible 
replacement for the old X- SPecs 3-D glasses. Any pro- 


gram which supports X- Specs, such as Vista Pro or 
lmagine r will work fine with SlereoPro, producing amazing 
3-D effects. 

Packed wrth StereoPro is a disk full of 3D utilities. Die 
neatest of these is Mo gage M's own SPX p a program 
which lets you create real-time, animated objects in three 
dimensions via Aftsxx 

This double- buffered animation systems fully Apports 
PAL: some impressive sample scripts ara included to gel 
you started. Perhaps one ol the neaiesf applications is 
using StereoPro m conjunctions with the An i matrix 
Modeler ($99.95 from Dubois Animation, 405-348-4670) 
— you can actually create 3D objects for program like 
Imagine and Lightwave in three dimensions! 

SteraoPro retails for $225, including one set of 3D 
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■ CO M M E NT 


E ver since the hunch of She CD32* the Amiga 
world seems divided into two distinct camps. 
On the erne blind we have die amazed but happy 
campers- who are simply thankful that the big C *eem in 
have finally hit the hardware nail right on the head. 
Unfortunately just across the gjasa at the waterlogged 
end of the muddy field of argument nit the very unhappy 
campers. These boys actually go camping Lin the off- 
chance that it will min - and mere importantly# rain on 
other*. 


l ! p be fair, such perversions aren't merely remnants of 
unhappy childhoods. In fact the perpetrators have now 
become the targets as ( o to mod ore suffer the soggy wrath 
of the cynics who are only happy when pouring scom on 
CiTrnmotSorc past and present 

To be honest Tu i spent the ik! d weekend at this partic- 
ular beauty spot, along with most Amiga enthusiasts. 
With the farcical and occasionally dubious marketing 
strategy the big t' adopted during '^2, even the most 
devoted Amiga fans must be al least a little disillusioned 
at the constant revisions to the range. 

First the ASOO vanished# then the A50flFlus a nd I he 


A6O0, all jockeying for posfticm and finally dumped in 
favour of the A 1200 Obviously nobody wants to impair 
I he progress of Hie machine# however a slightly more 
open-handed approach to the punters wouldn't have 


gone amiss. 


CUSTOMER LOYALTY 


After alt, leaving toyal cash-carrying Amiga fans with 
the feeling of being duped doesn't exactly instil confi- 
dence or customer toy ally - both key factors in hailing the 
tide ot Segaji, Nintendo* and game- playing PCs which, 
according to the pundits, will mean the inevitable demise 
of the Amiga, 

With the Opposition in mind it is perhaps the ideal 
lime to highlight why the new CD-ROM will prove the 
cynic* wrong. Although without doubt the baggest Me 
from the game-playing cake has been scoffed by Sega and 
Nintendo# both system* have one major problem. 

As l r m sure you're aware., both jealously guard their 
stranglehold on software development- If you're not in 
some way affiliated to either company the res no way to 
mde software for their respective consoles. 

After a li r if yutTre In the business of churning out hard- 
ware at cost and then reiving almost entirely for profit on 
subsequent software sales, why share your hard-earned 
profits with others? 

Although great news for the corporate giants, what 
happen* to the hordes of sotl w .ire developer* left out sit 
the Japanese duopoly? 

The Amiga (and even the ST) market* - large and 
established - are the obvious haven. However, like the 
corporate -stranglehold of the consoles, difik-based soft- 


With many so-called Amiga fans 
seemingly determined to suffocate 
Commodore's latest creation at ^ 
birth, AC offers up a few home truths 


The world 




ware itho has its problems - primarily the constant jolly 
rogering of I he pirated Ihanks to piracy, a game need only 
reach T0,0tMJ sales to become a big seller. 

With over 13 million Amiga* in the UK that's a pretty 
graphic illustration tsf the pn^blem. However the L 
face* no piracy problem and as a consequence is a software 
developer's dream. It can oul perform, outpace and under- 
cut any console, and must important of all, it r s accessible to 
anyone who wants to cede for it. 

Almost regardless of what happens elsewhere, it's tine 


much to worry about as many think. Admittedly a quick 
bash on a 33DX a* it puts the latest flight *im llirough 
its pace* can be pretty impressive 

However the salesman will certainly avoid the hi tie 
thing*, like cost, ease of use, storage# add-ons and so on. 
For a start must decent PC game* are only a I ttwir besl on 
a m 

In addition if you're even partially fond of sound, 
fancy a monitor and require a Jiard disk that's capable of 
holding more than a couple of games they'll be very little 
change out of £l H 3Ufil - assuming you've thrown in a 



/ It can outperform, 
outpace and undercut 
any console ^ 

appeal of the CD32 to the software houses which will 
ensure its success. An old adage states that ' software 
maketh the 1 machine* and tf that machine beat* tlie opposi- 
tion, a l t the better. 

-.It it takes to ensure sucres* i* one "“must have" prod- 
tict. Having seen I he CD32 and FMV in action I'm con- 
v famed it s only a matter of lime More the prospect of MW 
per cenl piracy-free profit inspires a software house into 
producing a work of genius. 

As for the PC threat. I'm far from convinced there* J* 


CD-ROM. 

After all that cash and the absolute misery associated 
with setting up any IX' you'll be the proud owner of a 
shiny new machine based on 20-year-old technology that 
has just tAOk of base memory, 

Of course you could always save £1,000, get 2Mb 
of active memory, more colours and superior 
sound. However that will mean yuu']l miss out 
on the idiosyncrasies of IXlS, programming your 
mouse and running Windows - alias Workbench 
1.2 - assuming you've got enough additional memory 
thilt is. 

Although AC has done it* fair share of Commodore 
slapping in the pu*t the blow for the CD32 deserves to 
land squarely between the shoulder blade* rather than 
across the chops. 

Paul Austin 
Associate Editor 



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A s well as the Amos 3D Object 
Modeller, we h Live included 
Amos on the disk. Du** to their 
size, both kr-c been archived In order to 
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matted disks. Boot from the Cover Disk 
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EiSUitt Create 

then follow the instmctioni that appear on 
yow screen. 

When you boot from the disk labelled 
Object Modeller, a 3D demo is displayed 
to whet vuur dppelite. To enter the ohjecl 
modeller, press any key. 

Amos 3D uses the concept of shelves as 
places to store ubpccls. Although you can E 
nee there are 12 shelves. At the top 
of the screen there are five which contain 
simple shapes known as primitives. 

Directly below these there are another 
five tor you to store your own objects. 
Between these ten and the control panel 



there are two more shelves which is where 
objects an? manipulated and cor 4 muted . 

To get a feel for the screen layout, hold 
down the left mouse button and move the 
pointer around the Norton. This will result 
in the shelves being displayed as boxes. 

To move an object between shelves, use 


the Soft mouse button to select both a 
source object and a destination shelf then 
dick, on the copy tool. 

Move the cube to the left-hand work 
area then click on the rotate button. In 
order to rotate the cube you must keep the 
button held down while moving the 


mouse Copy each of the five primitives in 
turn to one of the work shelves, and exam- 
ine them using the rotate and zoom 
facilities. 

Notice that only two of them are 3D 
objects. The flat ones are intentionally so 
andi are useful for creating spaceships 


Amos 3D commands 


Having constructed some objects you will be itching to incorporate them into your Amos 
program I?-. It is beyond the scope of this article to explain how to program in Amtu and 
about die additional background information explaining 3D computer graphics. 

However, for those readers who have already acquired and digested thic information 
here are the all Important Amos 3! ► commands 

The display 

Td SCREEN HEIGHT n *f the 3D system s aetn iff rr roster foes 

Td REDRAW inm> aii currently t-wiMe utyfrts and any background 

Td qs - *.,„ctoir the HD dismay am with extra speed 

Invoking objects 

Id OBJECT rename, x,y,*,A r B,C trattes sn otjeef immet based on a prmaushf Med 

object defhiiltim where: 

n - object number 
naifflf - object name 

xy: - world ahorditwtei of the objects starting position 
A r B.C - the nttilude cf the object 
Td KILL, ci H-removt- object n 


Loading and removing objects 

Td DIR folder* ...teffs ArriPS 3 D IP tocJr in folderS far abject files 

Td IjOAD file* -.loud the named object 

Td CLEAR ALL remove any lauded otyctfs 

Td KEEP ON tells Aureus 3 D to keep loaded objects in memory 

Td KEEP OFF-,,— name of Td KEEP an 

Object movement commands 

Td MOVE n,*.y,z jndPfi object it to the absolute world co-ordinate 

specified by x,y.z 

Til MOVE REL n,dx„dy,dz wove object n relative to its cnmrtt position 

Td FORWARD nj ..rtrnv object n forward by d VLUs 

Reading an objects position 


Id POSITION X(n) „ 

-Td POSITION Y(ii) 

=Td POSITION ZinU- 


,_t\tiitrns the mrld x co-ordinate of object rt 

^^.....jrturns the world y co-ordimk' of object n 
^return the world z co-ordinate of object n 


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walls or anything that needs R* be 
t imnimum depth, Take a closer look at 
* m using ihe Magnify tool to zoom Ln, 
return to the normal view, click on the 
ZocBt button again. 

Now copy the cube to a work space 

■ i we will show you how to deform 
. . ; - by stretching and squashing them. 
. k nn the Plus button so that corner 

de markers L ire displayed a L the comers 

■ the cube, 

Now hold down the horizontal 
fetching button and move the mouse to 
gate the cube Into a fectanguEsr box, 
' r?e Vertical Stretch button works in 
r s jetty the same w ay. 

Care must be taker to ensure th^t an 
r t\t is positioned perpendicular to the 
v rw point Otherwise the results of 


deforming an object may not be as you 
expect. 

To see what we mean, rotate a cube so 
that three sides are clearlv visible then use 

if 

the horizontal stretch tool to distort it. 
Having done thah rotate the ubiect and 
you will see that it is no longer 
rectangular. 

Pyramid 

The easiest way to align nn object with 
the screen axes is to use the tools pro- 
vided. It is possible to align an object with 
the XZ plane, YZ plant* and XY plane, As 
an example we are going to align the 
pyramid with each of these in Eurn r so 
copy ibis primitive to one of the work 
shelves. 

Rotate it so that the square base is visi- 


ble, then click on the object face selector 
until the bate is highlighted Now click on 
the XZ-ahgn tool with the left mouse but- 
ton and the base will face upwards, 

To make it face downwards, click on 
the button using the right mouse button. 
The Y Z and XV ^lign tools work in the 
same way but you might like to play 
around with them just to become familiar 
with the way they orientate objects, 

Rather than distort a whole object, as 
described earlier, you may want to select 
one of its edges or comer points and pull 
it away from the object, thereby stretching 
one area of the sliape. 

If it is not already In a work area r copy 
the cube primitive into one then click on 
the object lace selector Click on the line 
selector to choose a line then ma? the pull 


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tool to move the chosen line in relation to 
the rest of the object,, 

This tool varies in sensitivity along its 
length, the up arrow end being least sensi- 
tive Moving a vertex, rather than an edge# 
ts also achieved using the Pull tool. 

Iht? procedure is the same as with 
edges, except that the chosen line must 
have the point that you want to move as 
one of its endpoints. Having ensured ibis, 
click on the point selector tn highlight 
your chosen node then manipulate it 
using the Pull tool. 

Complex 

Up to this point we have only been 
working with simple primitive shapes, 
Now we art 1 going to take a Look at |oLning 
objects to form more complex models, 
C bpy the pyramid and cube primitives to 
separate vs r ork areas. 

Select die square pyramid base and one 
of the cube sides using the object face 
selector. Click on the pyramid first then 
the cube and finally on the Clue tool. A 
copy of the pyramid should now be 
appended to the cube, leaving the original 
pyramid intact. 

The new shape will look a little hi l 
stFangc because the object modeller does 
nut automatically calculate which faces 
should be hidden. En order to do this, you 
will have to click on the 
Precedence/ Cubing tool. 

Just to the left of the surface detail 

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Changing the attitude of objects 

i ANGLE n r a,b,c ,. .....sets to angle of object n inhere j,b r c are to dingle 

made tmp&twdy} with the world x,y,z axm 

; ANGLE RHL n,dA r db r dC sets the angle of object rr relative lo its current position 

when dA f dB f dC nrc the angles made imped Wily) 
with ihe world x f yjt axes 

Reading an object's attitude 

=Td ATTITUDE Afn). „_ F „____ F _ lwrw „_refjjrHs the A angle of object ft 

I'd ATTITUDE Bfn)., r ...^.„. r „„.,^.„jiiturns the B angle of object n 

-TJ ATTITUDE On) returns the C angle of abject a 

String commands 

T d MOVE X ^string applies the X movement command in string to object n 

: Mt A E V n , si ring ..,.,r ipplies the Y flwwrtfrtf cmmmnd in string to object ?r 

" i MOVE 7 n, string applies the Z Swtoenrffli ctimftitiitd in string to object n 

’ • N GLE A n,ang le& ., ... .applies the A awmjjijjd fit string to object n 

T ■ -,NGE E G n, angleS .iippl fes to ft imraetramf command in string lo object n 

' ANGLE C ri,angleS„„r r ,., ..Applies to C movement cmtwttd in siring to object rr 


Bearing and range 

-Id HEARING A(nl,n2J.. ...... ...... returns to A bearing of object nlfrom object .n2 

-Td BEARING B(nl,n2] .^h, ^.Mluna the 0 bearing of object nlfrm object nl 

=Td BEARING R(nLn2j „ .....returns the range of object n2fn?m object jiJ 

-Td BEARING A(n,x p y I z} refill rns the A bearing of the world co-ordinate x f \f f z 

from pbjfef n 

=Td BEAJLENG B(n,x,y^) ...rc/urns the B bearing of the world co-ordinate :r,y,z 

from object n 

=Td BEARING Rfn.x.y.z), rftrjrjjs ihe range of the world co-ordinate x.y f zjrom 

object n 

-Id RANGE(rd,n2) K „ returns the distance between objects nl and nl 

Converting between co-ordinate systems 

-Td SCREEN Xf^.y^).., ^..returns the Amos X ccHmUmte of world co-ordinate 

-Td SCREEN Y{x,y f z).... r ...rctwnfs fftc A?rr£?s Y co-ordinate of world co-ordinate 

xyz 

=Td WORLD X(n,x„y r z.) fiite? a point ix r y,z> expressed m tocal co-ordinates ret- 


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1 COVERDISK 



► 

panel is a column of buttons. You could be 
forgiven for thinking that the top on-e is 
the letter A but In fact it is a picture of a 
floppy disk. 

Clicking nn this button will reveal the 
load and save panel which shows the cur- 
rent path, the files contained therein and 
three- buttons. The leftmost ore as the load 
button, the middle i* the save button 



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Batdog 

Author: Alan Carter 
Requires: Workbench 1-3 or above 

This has to be one of the best games ever submitted for the 
CnvcrDi&k by one of our readers. As with all platformers, the 
object is to roam an Hand seneefts collecting objects while avoiding 
the bad guys. 

In tliis case, there are two types of object, rings and green balls, 
['he balls arc worth more and collecting them will result in access 
to the pinbali-influenced bonus levels- 

$UCC£*S in these will allow power-ups in the form of faster 
movement and (he ability to jump higher. Ultimately there is an 
end of game guardian to beat in the form of a spaceship. 

Before starting a game there are a number of user-cun Hgurabte 
options which are changed by moving the joystick to the left and 
right. The must useful is the number oi lives, which may be 
increased to a maximum of sever . Anyone with an accelerator or 



tUj{ifoc l r i fir- btjf pou *fler'f - don t try thh or fnunc AMO 

an A12IX1 will tmd the Game Speed option invaluable and should 
set it to per cent. There arc even facilities to alter the speed of 
gamepliiv in the bonus leveU and to disable inertia. 


while the big red X is used to indicate that 
you want to cancel the operation. 

These operations can be applied to any 
of the seven user shelves simply bv select- 
ing the desired shelf then loading nr sav- 
ing an object. 

There are a considerable number of 
examples in the examples directory and, 
as an example of disk operations, we are 
going to load an object 

Disk Operation 

first we must tell the program which 
■shelf the object is to be loaded into. Click 
on the leftmost work area then click nn the 
disk operation button. Double click on the 
examples drawer in open li then use the 
scroll arrows to find the file called Amiga, 

Selecting it and clicking cm the load 
button will automatically take you back to 
rhe main control screen once the image 
has loaded. 

If you want to save an image, follow 
the same procedure but specify a name by 
typing it in rather than selecting one from 
the list - otherwise you will overwrite l1J1 
existing file. You may find it useful to 
store your objects on a separate disk, or on 



your hard drive if you have one. 

To do this you should click on the path 
requester,, use the Delete key to erase the 
existing path., and enter the -disk name fol- 
lowed by a colon. Alternatively, you could 
just enter the logical name ot (he device. 

Sometimes when making models, the 
desired effect is to leave a small gap 
between blocks to further enhance the 3D 
effect. Imagine two parallel columns that 
are joined by a cross member to farm the 


letter H. if the cross member is a small dis- 
tance away from the uprights, its ends will 
be visible when the object is rotated. To 
create this effect, wc need to join Lhc 
appropriate faces then move the bknrks 
apart a little. In our next example,, wc will 
build this model and show you how to 
define and move groups of bl«*. kH- 

Copy the cube into one of the work 
■ m. 1 as and use the stretching tools to turn It 
into a Long bos. Don't bother about mak- 



commands continued 


atm to object rr and returns toe wtmd X ctHKrdlfettfff 
-Td WORLD Y[n 1 x,y,z) -...tote a point ixjfj) expired frt foes/ Mnffrwtes rela- 

tive to object rr tirnf return the world Y awriimte 
-Td WORLD Z(n r x,y,/) L .„ ppM fjr P j/,z J express'd frr fattf nKirtffrrfffcs rel- 

ative to object rr and returm the world Z coordinate 

Id VIEW . ..Mes a jwfto frr world C0-0fdimtes and it to 

the local i afrordmatc relatitx to object n 

Td VIEW Y(n,x,y,z|... a point in itwld co-ordinates and converts it to 

tor local y ctHtfdmatf relative to object ti 

Td VIEW Z(n,x,v , jj£).....nrr,„r. 1 „.., P s point rrr zvorld co-ordinates and amerto ft to 

the local : co-ordinate relative to object n 

Collision detection and zones 

Td SET ZONE n r zom j ( fi:,y,/,r^,..^,.,—..dt , /fHfs an invisible spherical zone around n object 

where 
n - object number 
zone - zo?iif mother _ 
t,y:z - position of the zone centre 
r- radius vfiphm 


7 Td ZONE Z(iu) returns the z co-ordinate of the lours mtkt in iMr/jJ 

o^ordimteSr Here z is a zone an object n 

^TdZONl the radius of mm z m object it 

Td DELETE ZONE n r xn w ,,Jjf5n >= f) r removes zone zrr from object rr r olhenoise t ill 

collision iorjii'.h are removed. from the object 

Pointing an object 

Td FACE nl r n2 point object til at object nl 

Td FACE n r x,y,z_. fc .point objft-f n 0 the point x,y,5 

Checking an objects visibility 

=Td — ^ptfHirts 1 if object n is visible, otherwise 0 

Shape animation 

Td ANIM REL n,p r x,y,?-, fin tsh_flag applies n change (ditto) to pffkf p if object rt as speci- 

fied by i r y r z. The finish Jta$ indicates whether any 
more ANIM RET cufluwdflds fallow this tibnmwnd. If 
there tfrr H set this flag to to otherwke I 

Td AN IM n r p,*,y, 2 r fi rii&h_flag.... 4 mooes fief n f number p In object n to x r y,z* The 

finish Jlag works in the same uwy as Tthlfi the ANIM 


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jnjttjqg n pyramid to 0 


-■$ the ends square - as long as the shape 
- elongated *t doesn't really matter, We 
:■ going lo make the letter H by joining 
>. r* meml vi to one upright, then 
: id the second upright 
We will use the box that you have just 
Je as the cross piece. To make the first 
-r right, you could either repeat the pro- 
-Jure or copy it to the other work area 
jrd use that as a starting point 

: iavtng done that, use the face selector 
Highlight one side of the upright and 
ne end of the crosspiece. Click on the 
_r right followed by the crosspiece then 
r the Glue tool. To rectify the image, 
k on the Pnecedenct/Cullirig tool. 
Behan? selecting the face on the other 
-nd of the crosspiece, we have to tell 
Amos 3D which l>toek it is contained in. 
Qick on the block selector gadget until 
tot* crosspiece is coloured in, Sven use the 
' hx selector to select the exposed end 
face. 

Correct face 

Because the Object Modeller joined a 
.'py of the first upright, the original 
■ muld still be in the other work shelf 
with the correct face selected. 

All that remains to complete the solid 
titer H is to click on the upright followed 
hs the piirtliil H, glue there together and 
rectify the result with the Precedence tool. 

Toma ke the crosspiece look as though 
t b fluting,, we need lo define it and one 
« the uprights as a group and move them 
away from the second upright. Then 



HeyifiKr your a CJci y jwflciw 
iptffh wh’j 


define the crosspiece and the second 
upright -a* a group and move these away 
from the first upright. 

Using the block selector* highlight the 
left upright then elkk on tlu« Plus button. 
Now do the same for the cross member to 
add it to the group. Select the right 
upright ami highlight the face that is in 
contact with the crosspiece, then use the 
Face Relative Normal tool. 

This tool is the middle one in the 
group of buttons thal resembles a ha l 
stand. To render the object as a solid 
again, de-select the block and face selec- 
tions by clicking on the red crosses. The 
mode] Is almost complete now all that 
remains j£ to repeal the above procedure 
for the other upright. 

Virus 

Checker 

Author: John Veldthuis 

Requires: Workbench 
1.3 or above 

Viruses are nasty self- replica ting pro- 
grams that affect every Amiga owner at 
one time of another, They are written by 


malicious people (.Hit to prove how 
clever they are by writing pro- 
grams to crash other people's 
machines and overwrite their valu- 
able data with silly messages. 

Clearly, these so-called pro- 
grammers are nothing more than 
morons with sad lives - let's face it r 
they must be if they have nothing 
better to do with their time! 

There is nothing clever about 
writing viruses, they are trivial to 
code and just as easy to detect with 
handy utilities such as EkartX and 
V irus Checker. 

Protection . 

The safest way to avoid a virus attack is 
to keep your disks write protected, by 
moving the protect tab so that a hole is 
visible, and only write enabling disks 
when you are going to save data. 

Having said that every system is vul- 
nerable to viruses no matter how many 
precautions are taken. To further reduce 
the risk, we advice that a checker, such as 
the ore on this month's Cove r Disk, is 
used to check all incoming disks whether 
from friends, PD libraries or off the cover 
of your favourite Amiga magazine. Most 

> 


Sticklt 

Author: Andy Dean 

Requires: Workbench 
2 or 3 

Are you tine of those people whose life 
is ruled by little yellow sticky pieces of 
paper with reminders scrawled un 
them? Even if they don't rule your life, 
there is no doubt l hat I hey are one of 
the most useful items of stationary ever 
invented. 

They aren't perfect though, as every 
once in a while they have an annoying 
tendency to drop oft your monitor (or 
wherever you usually stick them). 

Sticklt has been designed as a com- 
puterised version of the yellow- peril 
and allows you to stick notes anywhere 
on your Workbench screen. Each note 
appears in its own little window and 
can be edited by activating the window 
with the left mouse button, then press- 
ing the right one. 

Apart from the edit window, there 
are scow simple editing options avail- 
able from the menu bar. Tliese allow 
you to cut, copy and paste text between 
notes and save changes to disk. 


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REL command 

-Td ANtM POINT Xtrepo),.^ __ .rctariti Jfer X co-ordinate ofamtmtim pflrriJ pn hi 

object it 

=Td ANIM POINT Y{n,pn)... tL . i . a . t ..._. J ..re/jjr;iis the Y co-ordinate of animation point pn tn 

i&jai n 

-Td ANIM FGI NT Z{n,pn returns She Z CLi-eri^f?ifff^ of jwirl pn fn 

object n 

Surface animation 

Td SU RFACE namel,bl 1 Tl Id i\2^Mjrt--Copws suffices with ftarAmte 

udjrac/ - the wme of the swircc dbfcci 
bl - block number within mm l 
fl - face number within bl 
n2 -destination abject 
b? - the ib/oclr rrunafer wrfftin n2 
fl - the fact rucruhtT urifftm bl 
r! - refjilwrr angle (range Ota ]j 

Td SURFACE POINTS pO r pCp^p3™^pff^Ss Shat rn/mhTs jpfC.jpd are fe h h used tip 

tfrrcfasr points far lift surface SfljitufiiSB on flats Mocks 


Td SURFACE POINTS OFF cii defined metor porptfs 

Backgrounds 

Td BACKGROUND source,xl,yl,width, height to x2,y2 hplanej 
places a fwc^ro«?irf Mrnrd jlDofyerte cnfinrre: 

source .screen nsim her emtaiw ng i rw i 

iJ P y3 - awmtimses of the image in she stuiroe scrccrr 

mdth - width of She f itjcj^c 

height -height of the image 

Xl r y2 - StflKrf ccH?nftrm of the image off ffte current Amos .Hcrem 

Memory 

-Td QUTr r r. rn i......,. n i...........w,^ rr ..... E .U7tja^ the JD extensions rm4l alt objects fo refca^ r 

FtTJTFftJn/ 

Id ADVANCED.* 4 //^ advanetd programmers to access the JD objects 

directly in memory 

-Td ADVANCED n .rt’i'iiriT.s She 3D nJ address if rt is sel to D, 

otherwise relurns She address of the abject frame data 
structure for object n, 






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■ COVEROISK 



Ameko & Ameko AGA 

Author: Carl Revel l 
Requires: Workbench 2 or 3 

If the title of this Workbench hack gives you a sense of dqii tw f wi pub- 

Lished an earlier version on the May CffvefDisk This month we bring you not one but 
two new versions. 

Ameko is a cat penned into his own window who tries to catch the moust pointer. 
When ihe pointer is to one side of the window, he scnlches in despention- ff tow is no 
mouse movement, Ameko quickly tires, 
wipes his whiskers, yawns then falls asleep. 

Ameko AGA performs exactly the same 
as Ameko but includes support for 
Workbench 3. When run from ihe 
CovcrDisk he will appear in outline- form 
but if the number of Workbench colours is 
set to 16, Ameko will be 1 coloured in. Many 
thunks to Car] for writing this version espe- 
cially for Amiga Computing, 

Cuhh ttiut 
moair bvjn/ 



Faulty 

CoverDEsk? 

ff you subscribe to Amiga 
Computing and your disk does nut 
work, please return it tjo; 

Amiga Cover Disk 
Ettropteifl Direct 
FREEPOST 
Etlusniere Port 
m 3EP 

J t you bought your copy from a 
newsagent and find that your 
CoverDisk is faulty, please return it lo: 

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reputable libraries and magazines check 
for viruses before distributing their disks 
hut occasionally a new one blips through 
the net 

before booting any freshly acquired 
disk P it is well worth examining it before it 
is used to boot your Amiga. 

Bootbiock 

The vast majority of viruses are written 
to the bootblock and are only activated 
when the disk is used to boot an Amiga. It 
is therefore a good idea to use non- 
bool able disks for storing your datis 
because if one becomes infected with a 
bootblock virus n is very unlikely n^ui l in. 
any damage^ 

Another point worth nientioning is that 
commercial games usually have custom 
bootblock*} as part of their copy protec- 
tJon r and this will cause most checker! to 


suspect a virus When it comes to g.imc 
disks there art two golden rules: 

1. Never install a bootblock on a 
commercial game disk 
2 Always keep game disks write 
protected , 

A Iso i nc t u d ed o n t he C ov er Di sk is a 
script to install Virus Checker on hard 
drives. In order to use it, boot from your 
hard drive then insert the Amiga 
Computing disk ami click on the 
Inefell I VC icon. 

Finally, in order to keep Virus Checker 
up lo date, the author needs you to send 
new viruses to him. if you suspect that 
you have found a new one, please do jusi 
that sn that other Amiga owners may be 
protected bum it. 

Also, allhough this program i-i not 
shareware, we are sure the author would 
not refuse a dsMiation if you find his pro- 
gram useful. 


ARoach 

Author: Stefan Winterstein 
Requires: Workbench 2 or 3 

ARoach is one of the funniest Workbench hacks that we have ever seen! Clicking tm the 
program's icon results in ten animated cockroaches running around the screen. They 
move randomly, scurrying in search of sn me where to shelter. 

When they find a window they will hide under it and stay there until it is moved or 
resized. To stop them running a round , close 
the AKaach window or, if you fancy a hit of 
fun, use the left mouse button to splatter 
them. 

If you run the program from the icon, it 
may not be apparent that the cockroaches 
are presort because the disk and shell win- 
dows fill the entire screen. To see them, 
therefore, you will have to reduce their size 
by using the resize gadget. 

U h ■ E hr irtouit 
pointer l u ipldtlef 
fJ* roothn 



j Think you can do better? 

I Want to be famous? We are always un the look-out for quality Amiga programs for the 
Cover Ihsk, If you think you have written something good enough for others lo share and 
J enjoy, please send it in and Well have L l look. 

ji The A rttiftii Computing Laver Disk is used by thousands of Amigj owners ewery month in 

I places all over the world from New Zealand to the USA, so if your submission finds its way 
■ onto the disk, you could he famous. 

Please make sure that you list ALL library and other files necessary fur the program to 
| work. Feel free to design your own icons for programs that run from Workbench, but please 
I don't make them too big. 

I If you ensure your program is as compatible as possible with .1 wide variety nf Amigas. it 
will also stand a better chance of publication. We are especially interested in small pn?grams 
whethe r they be games, uli I i ties ur whatever. 

We are prepared to pay our current rales for original work which lias not been distributed 
5 in any other way and which has not been put in Ihe public domain. 

If you wish your program to bo released a* shamware or freeware we will be hippy la pub- 
| lish it, bul wou Id, of course, be ho ppier if we bad been given i t first! 

S Your submission MUST be accompanied by Ihe submissions form, a copy of it, or a sigEicd 
1 dec 1.1 ration to the same effect . Ftcare supply your fu 1 1 name, address and phone number. 

I Unfortunately we cannot imdcrLiki? lo return disks sent to us as the volume of submissions 
I makes this an impractical esercise. 

I Post your submissions WITH A COPY OF THIS FORM to: 

Colin Yamal!, Amiga Computing, CoverDisk Submissions, 

I Europa Hous^, Adlington Park, Macclesfield SttlQ 4NP. 

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lished before and 1 haven't submitled it elsewhere because 1 want Atfitgfi CMrtpuliag b> publish | 
it. I understand that by submilting niy work to A migp CmpHting, and signing the dedamlion, I | 
am giving fuh copyright control to Europress Enterprise Ltd- I 

I LindtTnt.ind i lid l if my submbsion is bought hy Ami^i Computing I will be paid rhe air- I 
runt applicable rale I know wkrt copyright nifjns and I will be responsible for any ponlbk 
litigation .1 rising by breach of h by Eumpresa Publications \ rd as n result nf using my submit 
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CO VERDISK ■ 


The Amiga Computing CoverDisk is p 
designed to be as simple to use as j 
possible. Follow these instructions 
and you'll be up and running in no time! 


New readers may have difficulties 
using our CoverDisk, so we have 
included this page to help you out. 

Below we explain how to copy 
files from one disk to another, how 
to copy the entire CoverDisk and 
how to de-archive programs* None 


of the first things you must do 
when get your CoverDisk 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 
collection. 





How to make a backup 


To copy the entire CoverDisk, load up your 
Work bench disk, then either dick once on the 
CoverDisk icon and select Duplicate, or select Copy 
from; the Workbench menu, or open CLI/ShelP and 
type; 

BI5IC&PI FRDN OFQ; TO AF0; 

When prompted, put your CoverDisk (the source 
disk) in dl{J: and be ready to replace it with your 
blank disk (the destination disk). Follow the Amiga's 
on-screen prompts until the dish copy is completed. 
Now put the original away in a safe pi-ace and use 
your backup. 



Copying individual files 


^ou might at some point waul to copy a single program 
horn a CoverDisk to your com pilation, Workbench disk or 
even your hard drive 

To do this you if need the COPY command As most 
CoverDisk, programs are stashed away in their own direc- 
tories, the quickest way to copy a program is to copy the 
■vhole directory at once. Use the command; 

CCPt {directory) to all 

where (directory} is the full pathname of the directory 
you wish to copy, and {newdisk} is the name ol tile dhk 
and directory into which it will be copied. 

for example, if you wanted to copy a utility called 
JfttD from CoverDisk 27's Utilities drawer to a directory 
called FJ?ED on your Workbench disk, you'd type: 

COP* EIVEU ISKZfsUTI LI T I E S f f K£D 10 UQHHEHLIf ,1/fKEE 1 ALL 



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, (ibranes r 
device drivers and Ccommands. 




De-archiving 

Occasionally we have so many programs to fit onto the 
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 fit more programs onto the disk. 

Dearchiving programs which are on 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 FRtD’s icon, and wi II be asked if 
you have a hLank disk ready to dearchive to. Type V 
or Ir n w accordingly. 

Your computer wiH then copy the archived file into 
rts memory and ask you to Insert your blank disk. It will 
proceed to format Lhe disk, and will then de-crunch 
the archived file onto your blank disk. 

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

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



Alternatively, you can dick once on the FRFD directory 
con and drag it across to lhe new disk's window. I his 
has the advantage of creating a new directory lor you 
and Copying the icon as well. 

Once you have moved a particular program to where 
you require It you could experience some problems run- 
ning the program. This is somelimes caused by the pro- 
gram not being able to find files which it needs to run. 

A good example is the text flies on the CoverDisk. 
These have been crunched using PowerPacker, so when 
vou l ry (o copy them to another disk and thEfi try to read 
them you can't unless you have also copied the 
F'owerpacker library into your UG5 drawer. 



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 fo 
copy the program to your hard drive or 
Workbench disk using the process described 
earlier on this page. 



Amiga Computing November 1993 






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W ilh (he Amiga moving inexorably towards a 32-bil architecture across the- 
entire range, power applications are now becoming accessible to all, In 
the past 60000 machines meant complex modelling was strictly Ihe 
domain of power usera - or the very patient. Now that's all changing and with careful 
modelling and intelligent scene design even a basic A 1200 is capable of respectable 
rendering times and photo-realistic end results. 

With the plethora erf paint packages and assorted art-oriented programs already 
flooding the market, what's the big appeal of software which esan sometimes take hours 
and even days to generate such results? 

In short, the answer is total creative 
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design. On a more esoteric level raytrac- 
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virtual world which in lime will become tha 
new frontier gl human experience. 

If you can forgive fho pseudo-intellectual 
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thing vaguely magical about generating 
your own 3D universe. 

Any conventional artist usually has both 
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exceptional. 

This obviously isnl a problem for those 
who hitve an abundance of both - alas 
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Fortunately, when it co-mas to ra /trac- 
ing , the software usually lakes care of the 

physical skill by drawing, colouring and shading your creations while the user need 
only supply the imagination. 

However inspiration Isn't the only thing needed lo create a great image, For a start 
there's the sometimes painful pnoce$s of mastering three dimensions - not an easy 
task, especially when you're forced to confront tha problem Ihrough a strictly 2D 
window., 

A ported illustration of ihe clash between a 2D interface and a 3D model is the 
mouse. Although ideal lor navigating the 2D worid of a paint package, the extra dimen- 
sion essential to raytracing can really highlights its iimitenons. 

By nalure a mouse is strictly a 2D animal, perfectly happy to slide back and fourth or 
left to nghl. But lift rt off Ihe mat and it’s game over, As a resull, one ol Ihe three dimem 
sions always alludes us. hence Ihe need for instant access to all three. 

In certain cases Shis means ihe software will provide a tri-view with each window 
looking directly along its own dimension, while others offer a single window - some- 
times in the form of a perspective - which can loggle between the various dimensions 
via hotkeys- 

AWARENESS 

In fact, awareness of the X.Y and Z is essential to almost every aspecl of 3D mod- 
elling. Aside from simply building models- creating realism often necessitates the use 
ol brushmaps, tenures and so on, all of which require accurate placement - again, 
spacial awareness is essential in order to place the element you want exactly where 
it's required, 

Assuming you've mastered the necessary modelling and mapping skills, 
the artistic battle continues. Aside from imagination and modelling talent 
youll also need to double-up as a Irghting engineer as well as taking to Ihe 
director's chair, placing objects, deciding camnra positions, applying your lighting 
talenls and specifying Ihe movement or transformation ot ovary element within Ihe 
scene. 

Although it's true that the physical skill has been taken on by the raytracer, it's more 
than made up tor by additional mental effort on the part ol (he user. 

II you Ye planning to attempt raytraping, don't make Ihe assumption that the 
soltware will in some way do all the hard work on your behalf. Like any artfprm, 
mastering the discipline is a labour of love which takes just as long as any other 
to perfect. 

With the huge array of renders and rayHacens flooding the market picking tho right 
package has become increasingly difficult. A factor lhat's boon compounded by the 
degree of excellence inherent wrfhin all of the recent releases 

In a nutshell the choice boils down lo a difference between ease ol use, 
realism and animating potential. Obviously fh^re are other factors such as 
speed and flexibility but these key factors invariably lend to sway (he avetage buying 
decision. 


Raul Austin provides 
the ultimate buyers’ 
guide to all things 3D 






Imagine! 

To be honest. I must ad mil In being biased 
towards Imagine courtesy of prolonged 
use,, However I've also had Irhe opportu- 
nity lo use every packj^L- on the market — 
which I suppose makes my allegiance mi 
even greatur testament to the staying 
power of this truly excellent package. 

Like many modem program*. Imagine 
employs n modular design with various 
editors each hand ling .1 specific aspect of 
the ‘feign process. 

For the newcomer this can be a rather 
confusing approach hut in time an under- 
lying logic is revealed, thereby making the 
program one of the most intuitive ra /trac- 
ers on the market 

However it must be said that Imagined 
isn't without its faults, most obvious of 


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which is the program's fairly poor aniH 



In addition, the accompanying manual 
is also a disappointment a* it potter* along 
in a narrative rather than informative style 
thereby making apprehension of this 
already complex and somewhat idiosyn- 
cratic: package even more daunting;. 

Still, even with these draw- 
backs Smagme2 offers a degree of 
mtx.iet3ing r mapping and animat- 
ing freedom that can only be 
matched by Real3D v2 - a pro- 
gram which is at least three times 


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as expensive and much more difficult to 
master. 

In a nutshell,, Imagine? i* probably best 
described as the ultimate enthusiast s 
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Caligari 24 - 

Unlike the other packages, Caligari is a 
rendered and not a ray tracer. This simplv 
means that objects will tv fleet the sky and 
the ground but not other objects in the 
scene. However Caligari doe? offer an 
environment mapping system which 
car emulate rather than replicate the 
efforts of a true ray tracer, 

In practice, the end result is 
that real world emulation 
doesn't match up to the 
others - but to be fair 
that isn't what 
Caligars is intended 
for.. 

Jr short,, Caligari is 
the ultimate corporate 
animation generator. 
Thanks to the pro- 
gram 's relatively basic 
mapping and render- 
ing options, £t will 
never match up when it 
comes to clever images. 
However that's 
probably a fair price to 
pay for the best modelling 
and animation environment 
on the market. If you're 
purely interesting in 
graphics that will animate 
beautifully but always 
look computer gener- 
ated, Caligari is the per- 
fect combination of ease 
of use and power. 

The actually mod- 

■ 

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the most intuitive 



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tools, most notable of which is freeform 
deformation, a process which allows 
organic shapes to he extruded fmm basic 
primitives extremely easily., 

As for animation, the package is again 
unsurpassed when it comes to ^ of use. 
Unlike most of the opposition, Caligari 
employs a hierarchical nnim formal which 
allows very easy construction of complex 
animation with total control over every 



Formerly known as Real 3D Turbo - prior 
to the release of RealSD v2 - Rea33D 
Classic was the main contender against 
the onslaught of Imagined. Being a con- 
vert from Real3D to Imagine, I can see the 
relative benefits of both systems. 

Although each is employed by profes- 
sionals with equal relish ]'d sav thril 
Imagine would be more to the taste of the 
purssE wh o wants believahilitv and 
doesn't mind investing time and effort to 
get it F while Real 3D Classic provides a 
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very high quality corporate logo material,, 
which although excellent can lack the sub- 
tlety of j similar Imagine imape, 

The primary cause of this slightly artifi- 
cial look is Real's dependence on primi- 
tives, a feature which bends to lend 10 a 
slightly togfwsque took to the final image 
or anim - a factor which isn’t helped by 
the relatively basic mapping options 
which don't allow the multiple maps of 
Imagine* Aladdin -ID or KfaDD v2. 

Animation is again slightly lacking in 
comparison to Imagine,, primarily due to 
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editor wi thin 3 marine 

However it must be stress’d that Real 
Classic is by no means basic when it 
comes to animation and when ihis is com' 
bined with the besl anti-a haling on the 
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applications is pretty hard to ignore. 

Aladdin 4D 

Although very respectable as an all- 
roundei it must be said Aladdin doesn't 
justify its rather inflated asking price of 
£235 - a figure which is roughly double 
fliaf of both Imagine! and Real 31 3 Classic, 

In addition to the problem of finance, 
modelling te fairly b»sk in comparison to 
its counterparts with the most damning 
blow being struck by the total lack of 
freeform editing - an option offered by all 
stscounterparts- 

On the animation side st r s pretty much 
the same story with gtxid but not spectac- 
ular results which lack the intuiiivc 
touches offered by Caltgari and lo a lt*s^r 
extent Real and Imagine. 

Having paid that. Aladdin isn J t without 
strong points, the meat notable being the 
generation of gases - a feature which can 
produce very impressive static and ani- 
mated images. However, as seems to be 


case throughout Aladdin there is a com- 
promise - which in the case of gases is ! 
extremely slow rendenng- 

Continuing in an animated vein il, j 
must he said that mapping isn't one of the 
program's faults thanks to an unlimited 
number of textures which can be morphed 
and animated as and when required - a 
feature which can only be matched bv 
Real3D vl 

All in all. the bottom line points io a 
pretty pxnl package which unfortunately 
suffers badly when it conies to value for 
monev when compared to the majority oi 
the opposition, 

Real3D w2 

Although the package is easily the most 
powerful program around, it's very much 
an acquired taste, which beginners espe- 
cially may not find to their liking. 

Even wifh the imminent release of 
Imagines, it's almost certain that Rea LTD 
v2 will remain the most technically 
advanced package on the market- 

However its complexity is something 
which haunts the new Real Unless you’re 
very well versed in the finer punts Lif ray- 
tracing and boast at least a working 
knowledge of programming and higher 
mathematics, KeaLUl v2 can be very diffi- 
cult lo handle, 

To be fair, the quality of output and 
overall potential of the program is spec- 
tacular with some truly amazing anima- 
tion tools which can make solid objects 
swim like fish or bowling pins scatter in 
accordance with the laws of physics. 

If you have the £400 asking price, jik*I- 
olling experience and ihe six months 
needed to master the package, st simply 
outruns the opposition, The question is 
Do you really need that kind of power * 

If SO, will the program let you apply it? 


Support software 


Allhough all of Ibe programs listed provide various uti lilies for converting 2D images, 
imparting fools, playing smmalions and so on mere & a booming business in 3D support. 

As msnlioned earlier, actually modelling objects can be a tricky and time-consuming. 
However with a huge number of raytracing enthusiasts worldwide all beavering away, 
\t\ere are a lo! of models already out mere. 

If you have access to a modem, the door to a world of Iree-ish objects is wide open. 
Mosi bulletin boards have dedicated 3D file areas lull of hints and tips and more important 
large obfecl collections, alt yours tor the price of a phone call and perhaps in exchange for 
uploading some of yout own creations, m order to achieve the necessary upload ratio. 

It you don't have access to a modem il's worth a dose look through the PD libraries as 
a lew companies specialise in 3D modelling and offer a huge repertoire ol objects to suit a 
wide variety of raytraoers and modellers, 


Pixel 3D Pro 

In some cases you may come across objects that will be in your rayiracer s proprietary for 
mat. However, if not some form of conversion is essential . In such circumstances. Pixd 30 
Pro is the ideal tool, offering a conversion process .enabling Ihe vast majority of programs 
to share their creations. 

However, be warned - Pixel Pro isni without its faults and writ quite regularly Over-loo* 


vital parts of an object during a lile' conversion leaving gaping holes which need subse- 
quent repair 

in addition to object conversion , the program will also convert 2D images tnto 3D - wtm 
an exlrusmn depth and style of your choice. Admittedly this may seem at odds wiih the 
argument that 20 drawing skills aren't required lot raytracing, bu! sometimes 2D graphics 
can make ell toe difference to a 3D image. 

A period example is a 
poster on a virtual wall or 
perhaps a label around a 
can of beans - without the 
abidance of brush maps, 
reali&lic results would be 
almost impossible within 
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GRAPHICS! 



« on the heels of 

al3D v2 corner the 
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lease of Imagines, 

time f if appears 
ihi? package is 
most ready for the 
ky mitts of the 
nasses, 

rent ly release 

has been delayed because the authors were hard at 
work on n PC version which is now shipping, With the 
PC obstacle removed, attention has turned once 
again to the Amiga, and if all goes So plan you should 
find the definitive review in next month s AC - but lor 
the time being, whet your appetite on the new fea- 
tures ,, 

One of l he biggest trust ratio ns when selling up an 
imagine scene is the inability lo move Ihe camera in 
real-time thereby avoiding Ihe guesswork suffered at 
present. This annoying limitation has now be replaced 
wilh a real-time camera view, which can even trans- 
form your Interactive adjustments into a smoolh 
spline path for use within animations. 

Like Real3D v2, Imagined promises bones and 
Kinematics ns part of its animal mg repertoire. Thanhs 


Imagine? 

to bones, objects can now be animated without the 
need for joints - while kinematics provide real world 
emulation as connected objects Interact 

An entirely new object makes its debut entitled Ihe 
Font and Image Editor, designed specifically 
for the flying logo fraternity. As well a normal 
and Compugraphit fonts. PostScript is also 
supported with B -splines providing facci-frec end 
results. 

Another big Improvement is brush and texture 
tracking which allows textures to stick to their poly- 
gons and not jusl simply slide over Ihe surface during 
scaling, morphing and so on. 

IMPROVEMENTS 

At Iasi a proper skin that will actually appear part of 
the object if surroundsl Although not a problem for 
the beginner, ihe inability to access individual objects 
wilhln a group in Ihe stage editor is a real pain when 
animating. 

Fortunately this has also been revised in the new 
version a small bul hugely significant update for 
serious animators. 

Yet another Imagine niggle appears to have been 
put to Ihe sword thanks to motion graphics, a system 


capable or controlling speed within a path. 

In the past, acceleration control was strictly limited 
to the beginning and end of a path, now control can 
be applied throughout the fhght/movement. 

The available modelling loots have also seen some 
additions in Ihe form of deformations such as twist, 
taper, bend and shear - all old news In relation to 
Real3D r bul nevertheless a welcome addition to 
Imagines. 

Yet another long awaited lea I Lire is the inclusion of 
macros - which again have Fong been a part of 
ReaiSD. However thoir presence adds the finishing 
touch of automation to Imagine s excellent collection 
of modelling tools. 

On the output side there have been some 
fairly dramatic improvements, most Important of 
which has to be much Improved anti-aliasing - an 
element of the program that s been (he bane of earlier 
versions. 

As far as Ihe interface is concerned it appears most 
things will remain fairly similar to its predecessors 
with the exception of a new row of user buttons along 
Ihe bottom each editor window. 

The Forms Editor has also seen some much- 
needed attention In ihe form of magnetism, plus 
there's some brand new post production Fools, sup- 
port for sound, field rendering, a particle animation 
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modelling job much easier. For example to model the British Isles would be painful to 
toe least using polygons or Boolean operations. However thanks to Pixel 3D Pro, the 
rape could be drawn or more likely scanned, convened into a suitable formal and 
^xfnided automatically, complete wrlh the colouring ot your choice A user-defined bevel 
could even be applied on She edges ip produce that glossy , corporate look. 

tl's certainly true that most 
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Kennedy, who required a myriad of buttons as part of a control panel in any raytracer cre- 
ating, sizing, copying and placing each individual elemenl would have taken an age. 
Thanks lo PixefPro the whole process was complete in a mailer of minutes, requiring only 
Ihe most rudimentary drawing skills. 

Alternative Textures 

Although objects are the mast obvious commodify when it comes lo raylracing, backdrops 
or brushmaps am also very useful to add that louch or realism to your renderings. At the 
forefront of texture business come those loveable chaps at Alternative Image with their 
collection of high quality, 24-bit scans featuring old favourites like marble, wo<x) F sky and 
so on. 

For Peal users the collection also ha$ the added bonus ol some excellent tutorial kies 
- with graphic examples - showing how to get the very besi Irom Real3D Classic, Includ- 
ing a guide tacreafing ihe mysterious RealSD water effect. 


RaceTrace 

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basic variation on the FwelPro theme entilled HaceTrace Although a tad rou^h and 
ready, the package offers similar 2 to 3D IFF conversion with the option to extrude 
according to colour - just like PixetPro 

However it must be stressed RaceTi race requires more effort on the part of the user 
with strictly to- res IFFs often requiring much more editing to avoid Ihe dreaded jaggies. 

However, dunng the tong editing process you can always console yourself with the 
thought of all the money you've saved over buying Pixel Pm - and just like its prioey but 
powerful counterpart, RaceTtace supports all the major packages and 3D tile formats. 


Another impressive 2 to 3D converter entitled PowerFonts offers an alternative to the 
pricey lalenis of Pixel Pro, but as the name suggest the package is restricted io torn 
conversion. 

Like 2D extrusion, most modellers support some form of font conversion, however 
very tew do a sullicienlly accurate job for commercial use. 

Powerfonts, however, provides arguably the best font extrusion, bevelling and italicis- 
ing options available thanks to a no-nonsense interlace that does the job without the 
whistles and bells offered by other programs. • 

Although I've only had access to the Real3D Classic version, support Is planned for 
the majority of raytracors and should be available by the time you read this article. 


Texture City 

If the Alternative textures Isn't enough, the Texture City collection offers an even wider 
range oi texlums wilh literally hundreds of images all in 736 x &B0 severe overscan. 

The collection is available an disk in various sets with approximately 20 images per 
set. Each set is shipped as 24-bit Jpegs with a Jpeg-to-lFF decompresser included 
In addition a Browser a!tew$ miniature previews of Ihe enure collection Although 
rather pricey, ihe images are excellent and more importantly build inlo a varied library 
encompassing animal, earth, FX, rode, marble, granite, metel. scenic, textiles and wood 
It you 're working commercially Texture City could prove invaluable. 


Essence 1 and 2 



Without doubt the best third -party sup- 
port has to tte that for Imagine, with 
arguably the most exciting add-on being 
the Essence collection of mathematical 
textures. Unlike brushmaps Ihe Essence 
textures can be edited to produce vana B 
tsons on a theme. 

Better still, thanks tD their mathemati- 
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how close you go in on the image. In 
addition ihe re's a variety of styles including both bump and attitude maps - again ail 
completely user delinabte. In short, if you’re serious about Imagine, Essence - in both 
its lorms - is an absolute must. 


CydeMan 


One of Ihe great mysteries of Imagine is its rather kJiosyncralK Cycle Editor, Allhough 
immensely powerful when mastered, it can be very daunting lor Ihe beginner. 

Because cycle objects aren't essentia! lor baste animation, the whole area of creating 
cycle objecls does tend to be overlooked. As a consequence. CycleMan offers not wily 
a complete human modal but also an insight into ihe finer points of creating your own 
objects. 

Although a bit pricey, It does offer a useful pool of body parts as well as complete 
running and walking cycles which can be dropped directly into your scene, 


Understanding Imagine 2 

Alongside Essence in the essential Imagine add-on list comes Steven Wcrtey's excel lenl 
Understanding Imagine 2 reference manual. One of foe biggest hurdles for any Imagine 
newcomer is foe rather confusing manual, hence the release of Steven Worley's master- 


pioce. 


Not only does it describe ever feature of the program but also oilers hints, tips and 
design strategies which allow you to gel th# very best from your Investment. 

If you've got Imagine, get a copy of Understanding imagine 2 before anything else - it 
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So, you want to move into the 2 \ st 
Century and be a part of the 
information age? Let comms guru 
Phil South give you a line on the best 
in Amiga comms hardware 

C hoosing a mods™ is W*y « be* and Mri* £ 

much which ones you should be looking at, bul a case of 1 

many laciiilies you need. or more accurately what you can gst £ ^ 
Sure a 2,400 baud modem is good, bul do you need more sp y 

laHllikA^ Do von need HST like you need a hole in the head? 

so I y s J, g „ as and Slull. man pbsto* I. duesnl mane- tort ,«i ha-. Ad, oW 

«* «*"« *"»" *'« Mi ^ b " S ' ' a “ kl ’ ,1 
as Ill the new sexy modems which are on sate lot your Armga nghl now 

S todSSmShere am surprising tew models ^ Everyone ^ m to 

have ditched the small 2,400 modern, and even the Supra range is now ora i y 

m ads m looked at had the Supra* some had US Robofts. and lewer still had 

inr- Pare Urnngl and Pocket jobs. But that was ill There is a good reason lor this glv 

A modem is a modem, and like so many Urologies * 
dfeve(00ed every modem pretty much luncmns the same and es reliably as another 

fn to nL £ « » «. » O' VOO dou-l. Some a, a ™< M * 

Better (unctions, others are cheap but also have a good turn of speed. Lei s see « 

they're sil at»LiK., 


Amiga Computi ng Move mber 1 993 


Supra 14,400 

5lipr9 Corp — £259.99 


Although the Supra range are the best, 
this baby does need mure than a little bit 
of tinkering around before if U ’ll U P 
straight and beg for its dinner. 

Unlike almost every other Supra 
modem I've ever seen, this one doesn't 
run right out of the box. it plays Silly bug- 
gers until you get all the settings right. 

But once you do get it right ifs a star 


performer. 1 particularly like the clarity of 
the speaker in it. \ ou would n t really 
think that modems would be sonicaUv 
enthralling, would you, but you'd be sur- 
prised what a great difference it makes to 
be able to hear exactly what's going on 
when you dial and connect to a BBS. 

Sometimes you can diagnose a prob- 
lem just by the sound of the tones, when 


US Robotics Sportster 

l*S Robotic* - £339.9® 

Thi . . c i a&sv and inexpensive lop of the range modem. US Robotics also 

*»■ -p-'" «**«" 1,1 ,h * ,om " ,he 

mad. » a— X 3 m* — 

ch ™! swSvor rt tort AS eto. to too- to- as US nobotktos con* ntoto 
I have .0 admit toe,™ done » line job. OK toe ease looks a ntoe MoMftto. 
M ihal letio look ma, be your leaning. a brings to mind " 
console of i he late 1970 s. albeil a quarto, toe an. and .ton. instead el lake 

■“^onoo-' ihe’tote tote?! 'mo* distinedve. bel toe looks a- notoing coin 
pared to toe performance. Bight out ot toe bee. no Middling 
Liick ATZ and you're there. The unit worked with NComm, Nicola. JfiComm, a 
mn ACCESS! ton ' L Ifs nns. op. and I've alveays had pibblems cl «- o»rt 

□r anollier with that program, t ... h = a car w \^h 

Havlnti □ modem bearing the U$ Robotics name .s a bit Like having a ...r 

FtfUari written on the back. The name means top ot the range, and if you buy 





MODEMS! 







device that's what you've goL It's more expensive sure, bill you gets whal you 
pays for. This is the one they're going to 
have to send the boys round 


for. I may superglue it to 


my desk. 


«i 


V32bts 14.400 modem 
V42bis 14,400 fax 
retro look 
Rating; 10/10 


As this is meant tor the PC market, tbe 
unit comes with PC tax software. If I had 
to choose between this and the US 
Robotics 1 know which I'd have. After the 
Sportster this a little slow, but If 
you're used to a 2,400 then this'll seem 
I Ike being strapped on the front of a 
Jumbo Jel. It also comes in a V 3 Ibis 
14.4LK.1bps model for £457.08. 

Pace Microlin 
Pocket 

Pace - £186.83 

from one extreme to another, Shis Pace 
modem is actually made for use with lap- 
tops (and l*t laptops at that) and this is 
reflected m its minuscule size. 

Although ll works floe with programs 
like fRComm, it's fussy about the pro- 
gram you use dropping the DTK line, as it 
uses this to turn itself on and off. A handy 
thing if you only want to buy oiw modem 
for two machines which ane a fair distance 
apart, like Somerset and London. 

It's battery powered sn if you warn you 
can just slip it sn your pocket and wander 

> 


out of place in an office, 
where you need something a little 
more robust and larger than life 1 (and also 
where price might not be a problem} but 
in the home or bedroom this is a monster, 
and that's about ail you can say about it. 


y of 
ally 
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Supra Fax Plus 

Supra Corp — £139,99 

\] though not as fast and sexy ah the 
, - 4LK1 jbbby, this is st ill a very serviceable 
-ruidern, and it fa* is more important than 
modem facilities then thin might be a 


Big V32 modem only 
Rating: 6/10 


j get used to them. Sounds poncy, but 
:■ h true.. I he Supra's monitor speaker is 
oad and dear, 

Also a very nice little matrix of LEDs 
n the front tell you the speed that the 
-nit is operating at and various other tech- 
-.:ai bits and bobs, like if you're con- 
■rcted at all. In standby mode the display 
says DK. Cool or what? 

This is the top of the heap, the king of 
ne pile, the cock of the walk, the dog's.. 
•n.st's enough superlatives - Ed} Ahem. 
\x - the cheapest and fastest modem 
money can buy. 


V32bis 14.400bps modem 
V42bis 14 h 400 fa* 

LED matrix display 
Rating: 10/10 


better option for 
you. The unit does frix, 
the same as the 14,000bps model, 
but at 9 r fiQ0bpS, and does data at 2,4.Xihp^ 
So it p s basically a bog standard 2,400 
modem with MNP, not unlike mv old 
machine, but it has the fax added on, 
hence the name. 

The periormance is what uni'd expect 
from a Supra mud cm, being something of 
an industry standard these days or the 
Amiga. Nice Loud monitor speaker, and 
small and neat casing. A top performer, 
especially using GFFax software 


V22bss 2,400bps modem 
V29 9,600bps fax 
Rating; 7/1 o 


Pace Linnet 32 


A Large box by modern modem stan- 
dards and in fact this one is something of 
a throwback to when modems were all 
very large clunky boxes about as big as an 
answering machine. It's big, it's expen- 
sive, but it does the job. 

it's a V32 ^.hOObps machine and has 
the facilities you would expect. It's per- 
formance is good, if a little 
"steam driven' 1 , Big 
and clunky, this 
is not 


Jargon b 


download receiving a Wo from host computer or BBS vk 
The file is stared on your computer. 


fax modem a modem which also has fax capability, enabling it usv* 
ally to send and receive faxes to any ordinary fax 
machine. 


upload sending a file to a host computer or BBS. 

VS2bls a 14,000 modem will be called 32bi$, which Is the 
appropriate CCtTT code 

V42bls a i4M0 modem will be called 42bis* which Is the 
appropriate CCiTT code, 

voicemail /Ike normal answering machines, only voicemail sys- 
tems put massages for each person on the system In a 
separate place, so ff's tike a BBS email for voice 
messages. 


Amiga Computing November 1993 


43 








■ modems 



□ff Its another location and use it 
with another Amiga, It even conics with a 
sexy little black leatherette protective 
pouch so the unit won't gel scratched 
going in and Lint of kippered pockets. 

The machine comes with fax software 
for a L'C, which is no good to you of 
course, but you can run it using GFFax or 
another generic Amiga Fax proggy. There 
is also a V32bis version ut this unit which 
runs out at £410.08 k This has to be the 
smallest tax modem ever made. 


V 22 bis 2,400bps modem 
V29 9,600 fax 
Rating: 7/10 


too much goofing around with your Set- 
tings, Get ihe best price on either of these 
machines and they'll pay for themselves 
in a couple of months, no trouble. 


Hardware 

verdict 

Which is the one to go for? \\ el I as I say it 
depends upon your needs, hut if you 
want the best I'd say it's evenly spread 
between the Supra arid the Sportster 
14.400 jobs. 

Both offer the kind of military standard 
blistering Jala speed which will see you 
into the m-xt decfrte r both understand fax 
like a native, and both are nice and cheap 
at the moment. The Sportster has a nice 
cheesy 60s or 71k Look to it r which may in 
fact he .i point in its favour depending on 
your taste (3 like it myself), If you want 
something which is more discrete, then 
the Supra Lx your man. 

Both are equally £m& LI and user 
friendly, and the Sportster at least works 
nght away straight out of the box without 


Contact 

Many thanks to all the dealers below 
who offer the items reviewed in this 
article at very reasonable onces {buy 
now white slocks last). 

First Computer Centre. Unit 3 Armley 
Park Court, Slanningly Road. Leeds 
LSI 2 2AE 
Tel: (0532) 319444 

Evesham Micros, Unii 9. Si Richards 
Road Evesham WR11 6TD 
Tel: (0366) 765500 

Power Computing, Unit 8. Railton 
Road,, Wabum Road InduEteal 
Estate, Kempstem MK42 7PM 

Silica Shop Tel: 0G1 -309t 1 1 1 


Com ms software 


Shareware — £30 

There is only one comms engine of choice - NComm. 

The currant version is 2.0, well worth paying up Ihe 
shareware fee so you can at least get rid of those 
annoying requesters. 

It's chock-a-block with state-of-the-art features ike 
ZModem up and downloading protocols, and interlace 
and muitotoured modes for those of us with multisync 

The program i$ fast pro pplourf ul when it needs to be and works with mosl modems nor 
out of the box Some may need a little judicious twiddling with ihe Modem Setup menu, bd 
apart from that you can be up and running with NComm m about haW an hour 

There s also a simple Host program loo simply a script which allows you tn ouicfdy & r r 
simply set your Amiga and Modem up as a BBS 




nil co id 





11 you intend to use CIX. then you musl 
have a copy of this program, Nicola is an 
ofl-line reader o t GLR, and it's the bast 
One around for the Amiga, The program 
was written by ‘Tricky" and the shareware 
version works by the use of a sample 
licence sysicm, 

You email Tricky and he mails you 
back a licence. Vou use trie program for 
40 days Iro free to soo it you Ike iL end 
men after that you can send twn money 
and he'll sene you a complete licence 
which doesn't run out. 

The program automates all CIX func 
dons from downloading software to 
checking your mailbox and bin mailing 
things to other CIX users Areas which 
are not served are trie Usenet and 
Internet gateways Tg use them you'll 
have to use NComm and go in by hand, 
(See tms month's Comma column for an 
in-depth review of Nicola - Ed) 


First Computer - £39,9? 


This is Ihe i ox software mat people gel wful 
they buy a lax modem from an Amiga deai 
It has special Supra versions which can 
directly to the Supra Fax Modem tamily, h| 
you can get a genenc vision to talk to y& 
bog standard PC (ax modem 

II s nice to be able to create your fax d>: " 
merits without needing to scan them m, & 
you can simply pretend to print out from apo 
cations to create fax documents. 


You might also- like io try the demo vers-: 
of AFax by downloading trie f# 
AFaxDemol _3l .bch or AFax2tid.lzh from ya 
friendly local BBS. This is a shareware der 
oF another Fax send and reserve program fror 
Australia Looks to be well worth a go, ,ar 
although the demo only handles single paga 
you can upgrade to a lull version lor very ‘fit 
dosh Only drawback is you have to send if* 
money down under belore you can get a r*; 
iste red version. 




CVPPhonePak VFX 


A bit of an oddity. Ifus one. The PhonePak Isn't in fact a modem, but is a combmation 
voicemail, answering machine and fax machine system lor your Ami$a. 

It's basically a card which fits into a Zone slot 
and runs custom software to make your Amiga 
into a powerful communications system . 

It's a Sax, ifs an answering machine, but it can 
also do that neat trick where it answers the phone 
and it says 11 you want to send a lax press 5, it you 
want to talk to Phil press 6.,.’ etc. OK, so you have to 
have your Amiga on all ihe lime to catch your massages, 
cul the messages are in IFF format so you can save Ihem 
to disk and keep them il you like , which is some 


thing you can't really do without a sampler 
otherwise. 

The quality from trie phone is pretty good 
loo, and you can also listen along to any 
messages as they come in, cutting m if you 
wish. 

It's magical and it's only £350. If s a fax, 
it’s an answering machine, it's a voice mailsys- 
tem, and it's a fax switch, which added together 
makes about £79£TB0a 

II you intended to gel a lax modem for a smalls business 
and taxing is all you really wanted to do, then you might Ikg to look at 
this instead, as the extra capabilrtias (and lor the same price as many fax 
machines) make it very attractive and quite unique among Amiga 
comms products. 












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D espite the presence of a lot of 
competition (mostly from thi- 
Atari ST) the Amiga has contin- 
ued lu truikp inroads into the now 1 irmly 
established arva of computerdMSed music 
making. 

There is already a gruwh^ band of pro- 
fessional Arnica sequencer users and 
Amiga users in general also seem to be 
taking more InTeres-t in sequencing. 

Sequencers,, in case you don't know,, 
work much like sophisticated tape 
record*^, They record musical note infor- 
mation, generated either by the Amiga's 
own alpha-numeric keyboard or by an 
attached piamvstyle synth keyboard and 
Set you modify, combine and play back 
the stored material in virtually any way 
you wish. 

Although nowadays there are several 
heavyweight, and needless to say expen- 
sive, Amiga sequencers suitable for pro- 
fessional and other serious use, there are 
also plenty of more affordable offerings 
which are perfectly adequate for most 
sequencing requirements, 

There are, incidentally, some sequenc- 
ing atvasj where you can even gel suitable 
PD software to do the job. 

TWO TYPES 

The term sequencing doesn't exactly 
cover a multitude of sins but there are 
nevertheless two types of sequencer 
available on the Amiga. 

Because the two types are so funda- 
mentally different (in both use and pur- 
pose) it's worth spelling out the 
d i ffercnces m del a i L. 

Tracker-sly le sequencers an? programs 
used to compose and create sound sam- 
ple-based songs for playing via the 
Amiga 's sound chips. 

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world seems to have adopted the terms 
"tracker sequencer" or "'sample 
sequencer" for these types of programs 
who are we to argue? 

Tracking is actually one of the oldest 
of l he Amiga's music areas simply 
because right from the start programmers 
needed a fast, convenient way of creating 


music for games and demos 

One of the earliest utilities to appear 
was called So undTr acker and within a 
few years various other "‘tracker'" -type 
clones had appeared being L-ssen t tally 
programmers' tools, these programs 
adopted programmer-] ike conventions 
for creating music sequences. 

Song descriptions tended to be built 


around crude lists showing. the times and 
the pitches at which various sample* I 
should be played. 

Editing fa ci Si ties were relatively lim- 
ited but while not ideal from a musician S 
iewpomt this trseker method of com- 
posing music rapidly became established 
in programming circles. 

Over the years tracker programs haw 



With a minimum of equipment, you can turn your Amiga 
into a 16 -track recording studio! Paul Overaa makes 
some tuneful inroads into the world of sequencing 


Q and A on the sequencing scene 


Q 


How tong can a Midi lead be? 


A 


The M idi standard rtsell says 15 metres, but a lot 
depends on the amount, and the peak densities, of 
Itie Midi traffic mowing through it. 

In some cases, leads of twice the maximum suggested 
length have bean lound to work. To see how lar things can 
be pushed with a particular Midi set-up you fust have to 
experiment! 


Q 


Why Is conventional Mtdi limited to only 
channels? 


□ Ifs because the Midi status byte, the part of the Midi 
message which contains the channel number, has 
only lour binary bets available to hold the channel number 
information. 

The limitation stems from Ihe fact that four bits of a 
binary number can only represent 16 different values, 


t r m stock with a synthesizer which seems to have a 
tot of weak sonneting preset voices, is there a way ot 


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making rt sound better? 

□ Doubling - where you lake a (rack, duplicate il, and 


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then change the Midi channel ol the second track so that 
two different voices play essentially the samp notes - can 
usually help. Shifting the start time of one of the pairs d 
tracks should further improve things. 

Q Whet’s the difference between pre-record and posh 
record sequencer fiftenog? 

□ Pre-record tillers remove selected Midi messages 
belore storing them as sequencer track events, so 
by the lime a sequence has been recorded those mes- 
sages are tost. 

Posl-record filters produce their effects by fimilmg which 
pans of the stored data are used. The big difference of 
course is that those output only 1 " fitters do not prevent the 
original Midi messages being stored as track data. If, at a 
later date, Ihe filter option is cancelled, any messages pre- 
viously being suppressed by (he filter would appear again. 

Q l play tn $ semi-pro hand and am tempted to use an 
Am/ga sequencer at live gigs . sequencer 
package would be most suitable and what sort of snags 
are likely to occur in practice? 


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I'd recommend Dr T s KCS package for live work 


firstly because il is robust and secondly because it has 
some lacilite that are especially useful for live gagging 
There's a special song mode that allows you to wo4 
with sets of up to 1 6 songs and Shis enables typical club 
song sets to be created that can be loaded In one go. 

As far as snags with KCS goes there shouldn't be any - 
it really is an excellent package You will get the odd Midi- 
related problem though (incorrect wiring up □! Midi leads 
when ru$hing, the occasional faulty lead and so on) ahe 
should therefore carry spai-e Midi leads - and extra copies 
of your program and song data disks. 

Almost alt Midi problems you 1 !: encounter will be trivia 
and easily solved if you don't panic! 


Q 


Wh$t are Mid' messages? 


□ Midi sends its message information using 9-bit uncr 
which the computer world call bytes, With Mid 1 
these bytes represent sets ol standardises 
numbers whose meaning has been laid down by the Mwi 
standard. 

Some Midi messages consist of more than one byie 
and in this case the first byte, known as the status byte 
identifies the general message class The remaining bytes 
of thal message are called its data bytes 


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■H^n* tram strength to strength and 
asiays the programs themselves are 
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r-frieudly. 

A* well as using the Amiga's keyboard 
1* enter note data a few., such as 
CktaMlD Professional, let you link up a 

v j i synthesizer so that riffs /bass p&t- 
■ and sn on can be played Ln a more 
n: - vfntional way (which is much easier 
a musician than bashing away cm the 
r ^ catty meaningless Qwerly keyboard) 
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.ilios, ,irv certainly very useful but 
■s- '■ are not (and should not be confused 
with I* real Midi sequencers. Trackers, 
respective of how the original note data 
i' entered, arc primarily used to create 
- i l to be played u * i n g the A m tga ' s 
vund chips. 

The Midi facilities are provided as an 
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playing back to - Midi equipment. 

At the synthesizer end of such a sys- 
tem, Midi messages gel transmitted 
when you do something - touch a control 
knob 01 press a note or a keyboard - and 
these streams of messages gel transmit- 
ted at the Midi Out terminal 

When you Connect a sequencer into 
the system it is able to read these mes- 
sages and record what is going on as you 
play. Sequencers are not interested in the 
sounds being made, it's the Midi mes- 
sages - which are essentially streams of 
numbers - that an? important. 

Irrespective of price, most Midi 
sequencers provide comprehensive edit- 
ing facilities which will enable you to 
add and delete rotes, cut and paste frag- 
ments of music and make key changes. 
You can even ask the sequencer to 
Improve the timing of the music you 
have recorded, 

MULTITRACK 

A great many sequencers adopt a tape 
recorder-style approach to Midi record- 
ing and playback Operations and the 
analogy is a good one because, conceptu- 
ally speaking, sequencers as mentioned 
earlier are very much like multi track tape 
recorders - the main dilt'erence is that 
they record digital data rather than audio 
sounds, 

■ Many sequencer packages make the 
analogy very dear by using displays con- 
taining buttons for playback recording, 
fast forward, rewind, stop and so on just 
Uke conventional tape recorders. 

The following listings cover the 
sequencers which we think aie either the 
best, the cheapest, or have some other 
saving grace (or peculiarity) that war- 
rants (heir inclusion. 

F 1 lease use our quoted prices only as a 
rough guide. In the current economic cli- 
mate prices are changing almost dally 
and there are always special offers, 
discounts for cash and so on to be 
had. 

Anyone spending money nowadays 
definitely has the upper hand, so make 
the most of it - after alt one day the reces- 
sion might end! 


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Midi 

hardware 

Gelling into real Midi sequencing is 
more expensive than basic tracker- 
style sequencing with Qwerty keyboard 
data entry because the Midi connection 
is essential, rattier than optional. 

In short, us well as the sequencing 
software itself you'll need a keyboard 
synthesizer and a Midi interface. 

A low-end, budget-priced synth is 
likely lo cost between El 00 and £200, 
but if you hunt through the music mag- 
azine ads you can sometimes find sec- 
ond-hand bargains costing much less 
than this. 

Even the cheapest of modern synth s 
are quite easy to learn to use and, more 
lo l he point, most actually sound sur- 
pfi singly good. 

At these prices you won’l get things 
like a touch sensitive keyboard or any 
of 1 he other bells & whistles' found on 
more expensive synihs but this is 
unlikely to matter unless you are a 
professional keyboard player. 

One thing that is quite important, 
and it’s worth spending a bit more to 
ensure you get it, is that the synthe- 
sizer you get is both polyphonic 
which means capable of playing a 
number off different notes at Ihe same 
time, and fc, multi-timbrai" - able to play 
more than one voice (sound) at ihe 
same time. 

ARRANGEMENTS 

The reason for this is that song 
arrangements are normally built up by 
recording all the various instruments 
needed individually using different 
sequencer tracks and different Midi 
channels. 

When you play back your recorded 
song data you'll normally want to hear 
all the recorded Instruments playing 
together and in order to do this the 
synthesizer Itself mu si be able to gen- 
erate all of the required voices at the 
same time . 

Connecting up a simple Midi system 
essentially means linking together a 
sequencer, synthesizer, and a Midi 
Interface, and it couldn't be easier, 
Firstly, connect the Midi Interface lo 
the Amiga's serial port connector. Then 
take one Midi lead from the MidhQut of 
the synthesizer lo the MidMn of the 
Midi interface and connect a second 
cable from the Midi-Gut of the Midi 
Interlace lo the Midl-ln terminal off the 
synthesizer. 

Switch the Midi equipment and your 
Amiga on. load the sequencer program 
as per the manual instructions, and 
you'll be home and dry. 

As you progress you'll probably be 
tempted lo add sound expanders, drum 
machines, and ali manner ol other Midi- 
oriented goodies, but Ihe basic set-up 
described above is more than enough 
lg get you started. 


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■ MUSIC 



Piod uct/ mi nufacturer: 

B<ars &l Pipes Professional 2 - Bin* Kibbon 
Sound works 
Available from: 

Meridian Software Distribution 
Price: £299,95 

Details: Brilliant sequencer and music 
composition tool, Bills &l Pipes has been 
specifically designed to In: an open-ended 
Midi sequencer and in many case? adding 
new effects and expanding the sequencer's 
facilities Is just a matter of adding sonic 
new B&rtooL 

Prod net/ manu f adorer: 

Bits & Pi pes J u n io r - Blue Ribbon 
Sound worka 
Available from: 

Amiga Computing 
Price: S3-23 

Details: P 1 Kb cut down, but still very ade- 
quate, version of the Bars it Pipes 
sequencer was given away on the luly 93 
CoverDlsk and b-nck issues are still 
available. 

Pnxi uct/manuifiicluien 
Deluxe Music Construction Sel- 

Electronic Arts 
Available from: 

Tri logic 
Price: TBA 

Details: Originally mtire of a music pro- 
gram for home entertainment than serious 
use but a new version due out any time 
may well be more powerful- 

product/ rnamifacturer. 

I hmiuni — i he Disk Company 
Available from: 

The Disk Company and various other 
sources 
Price £50 

Details: Competitively priced Midi 
sequencer. 


Here are some details of 
just a few of f/re Midi 
interfaces that are 
available nowadays... 

Prod uet/mgmif s clu rer: Amiga Midi 
Interface - Gajits 
Available from: Gajits 
Price: £34,95 

Details: Midi In, Out and Thru 
connections. Cables supplied. 

Producl/manufacturer: Date I Midi 
Interlace - Date! 

Available from; Date! 

Price: £30 

Details: Dalel also offer a micro- Midi 
vensign which costs less than £20 


Product/ maim factiiren 
KCS Level It v3,57 - Dr. Ts Music Software 
Available from: 

MicroPACE L r K 
Price; 076.99 

Deliu]^: Package includes the KCb v.1.57 
sequencer, the Dr T FVG program and j 
M aster Editor. Also provided are t iger, the 
graphic editor: QuickBcore, winch allows 
the display and printing of sequenced 
music in traditional scofc form; and 
AutoMix, which lets you perform auto- 
mated misdown. 

All of these components are integrated Into 
Dr T’s multi-program environment (MPE) 
which provides the framework lor inter- 
module communications.. The MPE system 
has eliminated the need for storing data in 
’ temporary hies by allowing programs lo 
communicate directly, 

Product/ m ami facturer 
Mister Tracks Pm - Pa ssport Designs 
Price: Originally OBs 
Details: We’ve included this entry simply 
because we get a lot uf people asking 
what has happened to the Passport offer- 
ings (they had throe sequencers 
Master I racks Pro version, a cut down 
junior version and an entry level 1 RAX 
offering). 

The fact Is Passport pulled out of the 
Amiga sequencer market a couple of \ cars 
ago to concentrate on sequencers tor other 
machines' 

Prod act / manufacturer; 

MED 

Available from: 

Most public domain libraries 
Price: Anything up to l P depending oi 
source 

Details: An early PD tracker program. Still 
available but ( Via MED is A much better 
proposition. 


Product/manufacturer: Midi Interface 2 
Trilogic 

Available from; Tnbgie 
Price: £26.99 

Details: interlace with separately 
switchabl© oul/thnu canneclions. 

Product/manulacturen Mini- Midi - 

Omega Projects 

Available from: Omega Projects 
Price: £19,M 

Details: Reasonably priced Interface 
which is built in to a D-ccnn-ector, It comes 
complete with two leads which can plug 
directly into the Midi gear and contains 
LED indicators which flash when Midi data 
is being transmitted gr received. 

The LED indicators are by no means 
essential but since they can help with fault- 
finding they are always a useful 


Prod Lid / manufecturer: 

Music X - MicroDluskms 
Available from: 

MicroPACE UK 
Price; *59.9^ 

Details Sophisticated Midi sequencer that 
was originally over-priced. Now,, L nf ter a 
number of price aits, ir represents good 
tflue for' money 1 - A new Musk X package k 
expected to be released by Mkro Illusions 
but full details are not yet available. 

i 

Product/ m-inuEiicturer: 

Music X junior- MicroDhisfara 
Available from: 

MicroPACE UK 
Price: 04 .90 

Die lA ike Cut down version ot the Music X 
sequencer, 

Prod uct/ rrurufacturer 
OdaMED Professional version ^OC 

Available from: 

Seasoft Computing 
Price: OH 

Details: OetaMED Fro is a tracker program 
which has its origins Ln the public domain 
tracker called MED. Over the last few years, 
as the package entered the commercial 
market place, it was given some major 
enhancements and rive current version 
has become without doubt the best l 
racktT program av ailable at the present 
time. 

Verskm 5.00 is incidentally only compatible 
with Work Bench 2.04and later but earlier 
versions (including OctaMED 2 which lias 
been given a wav on. various cover disks) 
will inn under 0/5 release 1.3 rind 
upwards, 

Pruduct/manufochirer 

Overture - Desert Software 

Available from; 

Desert Software 
Price:£79,95 

Detafls: This package is rather different from 
must In that it adopts a traditional score- 
writing approfito h to Midi sequencing. 

Product / mariu factored 
Pro 24 Amiga 
Available from: 

No longer available 
Price; originally Q85 
[Details: Another entry that k just here to 
set the record straight, f hb M.quencer, 
based on the famous Atari ST Steinberg Pro 
24 scquerm'fr appeared some time ago 
but, when it failed le> have the same 
impact as the Atari version, it rapidly 
died! 

Pnxj uct / manU tacturor: 
Prelracker 
Available from: 

Must public domain libraries 
Price: Anything up to £5 depending on 
source 

Details: Another PD tracker program. 


Plug it in! 


Jargonbuster 

DIM connector 

A standard plu^socket system found in 
many pieces of audio equipment 
' Cassette tape machines, for instance 
usually have DIN connectors on the 
back-pansi. 




Expander 

A common name for a synthesize^ 
sound module - a unit which contains 
the sound generating circuitry of a syre 
thesizer without any keyboard 

You use them in conjunction with a 
normal synthesizer to add to the number 
of different sounds available. 

Midi 

This is an acronym (or Musical 
Instrument Digital Interface, a commum- 
calions framework designed to provide 
standardised digital communications 
between all manner of musical 


equipment. 

Prior to the adoption ol Midi, many 
musical equipment manufacturers sei 
their own standards and a consequence 
of this was lhal linking equipment irom 
different manufacturers was often 
difficult. Now lhat all music equipmgnl 
communications are Midi-based., life lof ; 
ihe computerised musician has fr&come 
(almost} trouble heel 

Midi interface 

The Amiga’s serial port cannot be 
directly connected to Midi equipment 
because although the serial port can 
handle the speeds required for Mid> 
data, the physical connections and Ihe 
electrical signal characteristics are 
incorrect. A conversion bo*, called a 
Midi interface, ss needed, 

Multi-timbral 

synth 

A synthesizer capable of playing more 
than one voice at the same time. Multi- 
limbrai Midi synthesizers can usually 
be programmed so lhat different voices 
i respond to data on different Midi 
channels. 

Synth 

Abbreviation for synthesizer. 

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G&]it& Music Software 00 1 -236 2515 

Distribution 001-543 3500 

MtcroFACF UK 0753 551851 

Omega Projects OWE 612203 

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Trl logic 0274 691115 


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Star LC 1 00 colour £ 1 55.99 

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9 p in colour. 8 215 epi draft, 45 cpi NLQ. A 4 

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N£ W! Star LC2 4- 2 0 M K 1 1 ..... £2 24 .9 9 

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NEWf AMIGA CD32 PACK 


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Fujitsu VM600 Laser... .,.£679,99 

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only £64.99 

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mention other Amiga mags, by letters Irom Amiga owners complaining, 
about the cost of assenliaf upgrades to their machines. They otten ijncsh 
by suggesting that they may he “forced" to change to a PC. 
i bglh machines - a 366DX2S at work and an Amiga 600HD at home - and must say 
~at i tmd the Amiga infinitely mgr@ pleasant to work on, 
v'/orKbench, in whatever version, is a far superior graphical interlace to that provided oy 
ndows. Hardly surprising since Windows is, After all, a “bolt-on" software fix whereas the 
- ~vjd range has been designed and developed for Workbench from the start 
Anyway, oeing invoked with both machines I also read magazines from the other side" 
s has made me realise that in a number of cases it is not the Amiga which makes 
. .-grades so expensive, bul Ihe suppliers. I don’t want to upset your advertisers but frankly, 
prices are often extortionate. 

realise (hat Amiga-specific goodies are governed in png? by demand, but this should not 
. . f [o standard components such as IDE and SCSI drives, floppy drives, and even I lopp y 
3 s-.s themselves. 

To illustrate my point, I have included a M ol prices taken from your advertsOT m the 
- , juss issue, and one Irom a PC mag. Although the PC prices do not include 2 5 n cables. 
Te oost of these is negligible when compared to the savings. 

The bottom fine is that when contemplating expansion, you should always shop around 
: .. 3 oe surprised how many PC dealers are helpiul and courteous, as a sale is a sale no 
^fitter which machine a drive is going to end up in, 

J B Homer. Stockbndge 

™~v W you supplied showed an average sav-wg of at™? 33 per cent on hard drives j nrf the 
fcjrneori floppies when comparing prices quoted in PC and Amiga megs, so the benefits of 
snapping around are dear, However , though you mention the fact that volume can affect 
: : :s you wrongly dismiss the argument where hard doves are concerned. 

- company which works mostly or completely in the Amiga market cannot hope to 

e the volume of sates which a PC deafer w§ realise. 

- effect this means the Amiga company cannot buy drives in hulk, which pushes up unrt 
; SsS and therefore end user prices. The PC market suffers from an overabundance of 

« *nd mail order companies already, so it ts not an answer to say that Amiga suppti- 
* f deal in both markets,, especially as most witl find an area of expertise and stick 
wmi 

... : -retant users with a screwdriver and steady hands should have no problems fitting 
; - : batting an IDE drive bought from a PC deafer but most users writ still want the cable 
_ . , - jtting software supplied in the box and a certain amount of after- sales service in 

-- • something goes wrong with what is for many users their single most important invest* 
~w t n peripherals. 

3-ar. k Qu imagine phoning a PC box shifter with an enquiry about Fast ReSystem 
: ‘ *ar assigns you might want fc insert In the startup ‘sequence to get a game to 




Allah by 
airmail 


Last month, I decided to pul a 
contact aid in your Classified 
section and had a brilliant result. 

Not one of the responses was in 
search of pirated software. 

Anyway, the last reply I received 
was from Saudi Arabia, so l thought 
"he must be a dedicated Amiga user to 
send a letter from so far away ! How 

w 

wrong [ was! [ opened the letter to find a 
leaflet introducing me to the Islamic reli- 
gion, 3 just burst out laughing. 

I had boldly staled l ha I I wanted PD 
contacts, not religious contacts. I know 
you cannot help this, but t must fake this 
opportunity to inform people that this 
does happen. Why do people do this? I 
don't send out k-atleb about "how to be 
an alheisr. 

fs there anyone else who has received 
strange replies from adverts placed in the 
classified part of the magazine? I'm sure 
there have been some bizarre responses 
out there. 

I have been an avid reader of AC since 
the December 1990 issue (when 3 got my 
A300),, and my only request is for fewer 
demos on the CoverDisks such as Bars & 
Pipes fr and CmeMorph jr. ] expect yoo 
make money out of that, but me and my 
contacts agree that we prefer a totally 
PD/ shareware disk. 

Qmh&nt Bark,. Stmiehmiw 

I’m sepry you seem to iniiY a H meted err 
jjna^w response ft* yiw nif. thrush tough- 
ing at the religious Lvtiviclitms of others it per- 


haps 
4 n extreme 
read, ion to a leaflet which, 

i» 

HptiH a thorough reading, gives rn ■ 
cause for offence. 

The file! l!mt the remainder of your 
correspondents were genuine Amiga users 
with no piracy intentions seems mere a 
cause for celebration Hum the concern yon 
might feel of a single inappropriate leaflet, 

As for your objection to demos, the ?litc pro 
grams you specifically mention art'll' l demas in 


Poor old ST 

Am I right in thinking thal the Atari ST 
has died and gone to wherever obso- 
lete piles of junk totter off to when the 
buying public finally tell them to tike a 
hike? My impression on visaing my 
local W H Smiths and adjacent game 
shop was that there are virtually no 
new ST games and no real interest. 

What made me slop and think, how- 
ever, wes the fact that until little over a 
year ago Ihe Atari market was slill 
pretty big. even if ii was falling olf. If 
such an established machine with a 
large user base can die so quickly, 
whal Willi happen to the Amiga? 

I think the public should be told. 

G Peterson, Stoke 

The ST was an old-fashioned machine 
with out of date technology, which is 
why d died out. The Amiga A 1200 is a 
modem 32-bit computer with excellent 
graphics and a competitive price point 
There f$ no comparison between the 
ST and Amiga markets. 


As :-r A4fflJQ owner I was shocked that Microprose's 
i*ii- ght sims, BIT Flying Fortress and Cun ship 
.OX refuse Id work on my machine, 

- search lor some explanation l called the helpline 
me 3 sco ve red that they were not able to test their 
. : ~?5 on the A4QQQ simply because they didn't have 
=r» it me office! 

I donl know about you, but this isn't what I'd expect 
“ a nuality software house. Luckily, all i$ not black 
:r *4000 owners, as 3 am sure most of already know 
Elpto ( mage Design will soon release an AG A version 
3* aifri i wj - 

I i taf integration too assured me that their forth - 
nq Tornado game will be compatible with all 


Grounded A 4-000 


Amigas, including Ihe A40QQ. Even better, there will 
also be an AG A version shortly after the release of the 
standard one, and there should be an upgrade path. 
Well it seems DID and D1 have actually shown 
Commitment, 

I have a question for you. If Microprose manage to 

gel their act together, is there a possibility of seeing 

Fsicon 3 converted to Ihe Amiga before the end of next 

century? _ 

Cmrnmms Ftltp m Belgium 

You are beieg unfair to Microprose when you criticise 


them for non-compatibility with a machine which was 
released weft after the game in question was in devel- 
opment. it is difficult for a company to anticipate new 
chip developments and costly to rewrite substantial 
sections of a game which has already taken many 
thousands of man hours to code. 

Games released after the A4000's launch especially 
high! sims, are fair game, and any company which 
ignores those users with faster machines deserve ail 
the flak they get. 

As for Falcon 3, don 't hold your breath as the game 
uses a lot of the sort of texture mapping that only PCs 
can normally handle. There's a good chance the game 
will appear on the CD32 f but we ll have to wait and see. 


Amiga Cornpufanif November 1 


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LETTERS 


She s^rrse tfJrti tiify rfp not alhiv the user to 
{rente or nave projects, but are limited vcr- 
swrts of witmerciatlif viable products. 

Tfif ttrfcpJion is to give readers iJ pro- 
gram iclrith is capable qf producing useful 
result* while at the same time offering sav- 
inp on the infest persicm of packages which 
many might not be to afford at the full 
price . 

Reader response to these promotions has 
been very good, with thousands of you tak- 
ing adtmtage of savings hi upgrade tofully- 
fledged current versions. 

Some have, of course, objected to the u$e 
of larger demo programs which use up b hi 
of disk space and leave hit!? roe m for l f D 
mid shartmrt program* 

Fear not, as we have m iimttiiw of aban- 
doning the policy of bringing our readers the 
best utilities and games available hr the 
shareware sector. 

By the same token, we can. hardly ignore 

WF . 

the huge number of people who welcome the 
chance either to try out ,j limited version of a 
commercial product or save money on a pur- 
chase. Mare worrying to rrn rs fM 1 reaction of 
readers to the inclusion of game demos on 
our double disk issues. 

Da you like the game demos f Are they 
good fun ora waste of time and disk space? 
We ll be?pollmg nluj r opinions through the 
disk pages in titi h near future for it definitive 
ansivcr, but fed free for the moment to air 
your feelings through these pages. 



more compos 

j rend with interest the letter frmn 
Daryl Booth of Ramsgate in the 
September isfiUf, Atid I too thank that 
there should be mniv competttlcffli You 
don't have to make the prices specs acu- 
lar. maybe a serious program or game, but 
p lease con we have more cumptfit Lons ’ 


might offend more people 
thin it delighted . 

We Itave to kikua' the magazine 
i is tesf we rnrr, and listen constantly to 
reader feedback so that we may hot ter judge 
how well nv'ir doing- As part of that feedback, 
your letter has been ptW&'J to our compo pixies 
for proper consideration. Watch tirrs $paec r 


I also noted that you have started to 
have phone-in only competitions, Please, CD iflf firrleS 

pl^aw, plow stop doing this- If you must rm the pr0lld owner D f fln A 1 200 and 
have the telephone option (which I know since 0W fling the machine I've fitted an 
you make a lot of money from), 80Mb hard drive and added a 

could we please have a Got C VP A1 230 accelerator, 

postal option too? something la say but now the CD32 add- 


I never enter phone- 
in competitions, but 3 
have entered every 
other competition 
you have run fur 
Che past four years, 
Abs r S haven't won 
a thing. Maybe you 
could send me a 
booby prize? 

If nut, I sincerely 
hope you will take Surd 
of m comments. 


through the pages of AC? 

Ezra Surf is our madman, 
dedicated to wading your letters 
end selecting the moat interesting 
for publication. Drop him & line at: 

Ezra Surf 's Postbag p Amiga Computing 
Adlington Park. Macclesfield SK10 4NP 


on i r. close for the 
A 1 2DG Tm a little 
worried as I've 
heard Ihe drive 
will attach to tin 
trapdoor via the 
hack plate and a 

Please don 't enclose sees as Ezra just " k $ 1 1 nt^rf=u^. 
ha$n i t got enough paper to reply W hat will knp- 

personafty. He might also have to pen to my AI23Q? 
shorten your letters, so don l t Will it be red undant 

te cttended tfyau end up if the CP drive has to 
getting the chap* 


Came Metcalf Basingstoke 

Competitions* whether of the phone-in or furetoJ 
variety? hm 1 flfcrcrys Fwrr mi impurtml part of 
the magazine and will continue fn be so, 
HdWWWf r cramming in more CMptfS oi the 
expense of say, an extra page or Imt of reviews. 


Cheapo USA 



I am writing so ask if you can explain why there is such a massive difference beiween 
the price of hardware in Shis country and in the Stales. I'm referring in particular lo the 
GVP combo cards, as I’m thinking of buying an 03G/50MHz or the 04Q/33MHZ. 

The price ol the latter in this country is approximately £1 .279 whereas in Hie Slates it 
is $979, which is about half the price. These prices were taken from July's AC and 
Amiga VVorto of the same month. 

I think I would be right in saying that everything in the States is cheaper, but why? 1 
wouldn't mind paying an extra El 00 or so. but double is Just silly, as I think you'll agree. 

Satpai Chamfer. Huddersfield 

When a piece of computer equipment is imported from the US. d$ dollar value, including 
any freight and carnage costs, is converted to sterling, then Customs and Excise add 
4.9 per cent. 

Once She full cost q 1 the equipment has been worked out, the usual 17.5 per cent 
VAT is added, and calculated on the total after import duties. 

What this moans is that a peripheral costing $900 might have carnage costs of $100 
added to a total of STOOD. In sterling, this comes to £666. 

Add 4.9 per cent import duty to make £699.33, then add a further 17.5 per cent to this 
to make £821.73- fn effect, the dollar has been converted to she pound more or less one 
for one, and this is before any ma^in for profit is added on by the UK dealer, 

Many American peripherals, including the GVP A 1230, are rather overpriced in this 
country, but when the duties and taxes imposed at She quayside are taken into account, 
the disparity i)t pricing is not as huge This, of course doesn't mean UK companies nave 
an excuse to boost prices. 


Amiga Computing November 1993 


use the trapdoor slol? This 
worries me as I would like 
both stems in my machine. I just home 
Commodore think of all the A 12110 owners 
iv ho have bought RAM expansions and 
suon. 

Also r on the same subject. Commodore 
have put a seat on the backing plate which 
means people will have to lorn their war- 
ranty if they attempt to install hard drives, 
which is unfair m they wouldn't have to 
touch the chips or anything, 

R till* London 

Cmmatore lumen' t yet confirmed exactly haw 
th e CD diiwwiil attach to the AIJDft but it is 
highly likely that it will fit via ike cXjmahm 
sti if, trteft would mote the use of all ft AM or 
accelerator expansions impossible. 

The PCMCIA slot has a 16-hit data bus, 
muSas yik'/r probably imrr'i! be suitable for eon- 
tied imi of it CD-ROM drive. CoiTtmodene may 
have pond same way of making the marriage, 
but if so they ore keeping eta to fftwr 
chest s f or now. 

LVV IlnJI i'iuj f jjj Ue' Id fry to find OU t Ei'htai js 
hapikming this front as many users hr 
i? position >h eh m your awu, and bad news, in 
this case at least, h hthfi'r iowJjJ a ad 
uncertainty . 

Warranty seah have been placed on the 
Nanking plait 1 because nothing will fit in this 
slat iiNfj'J ii SC5f irriei^acepr some uther form 
of pass-through connector ba$ been added, and 

this would un'okv opening the machine, Ihe 
warranty avuhl be invalidated m anycast 


A fix for 
baloney 

Oooh, you are awful! May pimples 
ruin your taste bud si 

Whal a load of baloney! You say 
on page 23 of September's edition 
of AC lhal "Amiga Computing still 
supports Workbench 1,3 whenever 
possible T Well, what happened to 
the support on the August issue? 

CineMorph jr could only be used 
by owners ol Workbench 2 or 
higher, Not a lot □! useful things on 
that disk for Ihe poor old 1-3 deer. 

You may be surprised to know 
that there are still an awful loi of 1.3 
owners out here, and though we 
may not have gone In lor ROW 
swapping, many ol us have 
invested our hard-earned pennies In 
bigger memories and so on, so 
please keep your word anti supporl 
us, 

Michvlla Anderson, Barion-faClay 

We apologise for the initial 
unfriendliness at CineMorph jr to 
Workbench 1,3. but we have now 
fixed the problem and the solution 
has been printed. For those who 
missed It, simply delete a fite called 
AsUihrary from the libs directory of 
the de-archived GineMorph jr disk, 

As far as keeping our word Is 
concerned, we continue fo seek out 
LVorktienc/f 1.3 shareware utilities 
for the disk and strive to ensure 
fhaf most commercial programs 
work on the most used version of 
Kickstart and Workbench- 

Our commitment to 
should need iiitie more demonstra 
lion than the inclusion of a version 
of Catigari on the October disk 
which worked only with older 
Amigss , 

Good PP and shareware utilities 
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ers and programmers have 
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F or more than 150 years, people 
have beer saying there i£ more 
than one way to skin a cat 
'• otalgia aside,, there remains a lot of 
— _th in this cliche - and it can be readily 

B 

* r 7 lied to computers too. 

Amiga DOS has changed a lot over the 
i ars and system improvements make it 
i rv difficult to make a generic boot disk 
? ’able for any machine. 

The problem is not with the system, but 
:n the software; links?; you have access 
the Workbench 1.3 disk set it is not 
rfjctkal to make a bootable -disk (or that 

I reaching, 

However, it is more likelv you will 

j 7 I 

* !jU to create a boot disk for your own 
hinc and ibis ih w r hat we will concen- 
tre on for the remainder of this series. 

A certain amount of thought w r ill be 
■-auired on vour part - this isn't a cop- 
: You will learn more and faster by 
: Hng if yourself, 

( Directories sire containers; as you may 
live noted they are just tike the drawers 
- the Workbench, Each directory b used 

I - ,i container for similar items - com- 
t suds, uti Sitife^H fonts, projects and so on 
Generally speaking, computers do not 
■ v J directories - they're there for your 
itvenieiKe. If you had a disk you used to 
■ .'re fries from Deluxe Paint you might 
. ifgorige the work into different typo 
nd create a directory (drawer) for each 
CW- 

Amiga DOS requires a certain List of 
Urcctories which must be present on any 
. - h. This will allow an application to 
- ite the software it requires. 

Applications (tools) include everything 
- <m word processors to Spreadsheets and 
t ^en the Workbench utilities themselves. 

I e following directories are required by 
■■ ersiions of Amiga DOS, 

Essential directories 

C: V Utip 3 X>S com mand s, 

5 Amiga DOS scripts {programs). 

F en!s: Bitmapped and outline type- 
faces, 

L The run-time libraries. Required by 
Amiga DOS software devices and 
third-party filing systems 
Libs: The library directory - 

r b 

AmigalXB and third-party function 
libraries. 

Devs: Device libraries - external 
dev ice handlers. 

Prefs: The preferences. The actual con- 
tents depend on Workbench version. 


Optional directories: 

■? • -Lem. System commands (FORMAT, 
-KCOPY,€LJ and soon) 
til i ties: Non-specific utilities. 

Tfiols: Workbench tools. 


The Amiga DOS command MAKE DIR 
- ^-fd to create a new sub-directory 
’":ctly called a user-directory) - let s ere- 
.’l some of the new directories now. 

BtHil your Working Amiga DOS disk, 
open a Shell and make MAKE DIR resi- 
dent like this: 

’HELMUT C:M«D]» 


TUTORIAL* 



Now enter the following: 

(toot D i I k : 3 

? H 6 1 : e t> 1 r en.5tP’!llc: s :: x ri 

That will create some ot the required 
directories. Don't try to make any more at 
this stage - 1 he re is a simpler w .is 

MAKEDIK can take multiple argu- 
ments and create more than one directory 
at the same time - let's do that now and 
create the some more required d lo.cvrk- 
It would lake ii long time to enter this 
tine if we had to enter BootDisk even 
Elmo, so first of all we'll make B«. tDi-k 


WW£Jvkj with 
cimsole Capp pnri 
JPfljto- tw urrrfui 
how trunk text 
purr iiltctt 

the current disk and start from there: 
^OvtPisk: 

>RikeDir t Lib- D*v$ Sy e Lfpi pnrii 
A fully configured disk must be 

''tllEk'vl " W/.\' .i l-.l II. T i 1 1 ' !-. -I- 1 1 .i I 1 1 ' I III 

this - but Amiga DOS is quite smart and 
some applications only need a bare mini- 
mum to work, So, Jet's add some tools to 
get the Workbench started , 

hirst ni all, we have t<i move the com- 
maud to a ctiva tv the Workbench p rogram : 
LOADWB. You will recall Amiga DOS 
commands are stored in the {.' directory 


which is aton kn< rw n as ( itai the current 
boot disk - which should iKe been your 
Ui irking \rnigpDOS disk. 

The Amiga DOS command COPY is a 
very versatile command which, bi basically 
used Eli duplicate files- between disks .miJ 
directories. The command requires two 
argument*: a source file (where M's copy- 
ing from) and a destination (where it's 
copying to), Enter this: 

KGPr mn tsLaadlEI! Tft Boottiib 
ItontBiiiiC CcrHtfrf] 

LeidltB. . copied. 

This command copies the LOADWB 
command from your working disk onto 
your new bool disk and creates the C 
directory .r the time' This is actum- 

B 

pi i shed with a little trick using the special 
character string ,v t? '. Don't worry about 
how (hi- works - you'd see more etam- 
ples in a moment 

is that enough? Try booting your new 
boot disk and see what happens. Nothing! 
This is because Amiga DOS looks for a 
’’boot script" - a special Ami DOS pro- 
gram in which ii executes a sequence of 
Amiga DOS commands which Load and 
configure the Workbench proper. 

This process is completely automatic - 
provided the special file is (here. We have 

> 




The fifth part of Mark Smiddy’s 
introduction to AmigaDOS 
explains how to create 
a general purpose 
boot disk 





■ TUTORIAL 


> 

to create it first Boot your Working 
AmigaDOS tliink once more and 
enter this: 

>E t Don “ D i s fc : $ i S t a r t up - 5 e^y fi-i 

You will be asked to change disks tf you 
only have j single drive, 

A screen like the one shown In Figure I 
will appear, lhis is the Amiga DOS full- 
sown editor, ED. A small message at the 
bottom left of the display should show 
Creating new file. 

ED is J i ki. • a very simple wordprocessor 
used to create and alter AmigaDOS script 
programs. The program ive are going tn 
create has just two lines - enter these 
exactly as they appear 

Loidirs 

EndCLI >miE 

Leaving ED can be achieved in a number of 
ways, but the best way is to use the men u 
options Select Save first then quit (you can 
also use the direct command Esc-X which 
means you press the Esc key once, then X, 
then Return, 1 his saves the file and exits 
ED at the same time), 

Wait a few seconds for the disk drive to 
finish writing to disk and reboot the 
machine with your boot disk in the internal 
drive, As it by magic, the Workbench 
appears! 

There-s nothing magic of course; 
AmigaDOS has booted your disk found a 
boot program, executed ]t and loaded the 
Workbench, F.hJDCU turns off the initial 
Shell window and cleans up after itself - 
we don't have to copy this from an original 
disk because like many AmlgaDOS com- 
mands, it is already in ROM. 

Examine the Workbench and in particu- 
lar iry running some Toots from other 
disks; the chances are mo fit will fail. The 
Preferences tools, for example, will refuse 
lo work and present a requester slating 
Can't open AST .Library, 

As Lve already said, Amiga DOS 
requires a large number of files to operate 
correctly - the actual files do vary from ver- 
sion to version, so the sate bet is to copy 
everything! 

Enter the following commands - 
Amiga DOS output is not shown to save 
$p ace <a lot of things are going to get 
copied here). 

You will notice two of the COPY com- 
mands here use the ALL switch - this 
ensures any substj rectories (and contents 
of) the directory being copied are dupli- 
cated too. Don't let that phase you - you 11 
see It all happen or screen ! 

Kopy tm LIBS: ID BopcDi;fc;Libi 
>CDp 7 FiQil DIMS s ia BwtDilk:Dm 
>tm FI0N LI ro B^qtSi sk:L ALL 
Km vm ENA lit: TD ftMttliktPrefi ALL 

That takes care of the system drivers, 
hand here, libraries, filing systems and vour 
current preferences (phew) but there are 
still a few things missing. 

We might need a printer and the 
machine will certainly need to know what 
sort of keyboard it has! 


60 



>Pa4s Pf f Bod t D i s k r Ps y 5 . tee eps 

> N*fc eE i r Boot P lit ; H u I Pr E t n 

There are also some directories 
required by later Workbench ver- 
sions (their presence does not atteifr 
the earlier revisions) and these art 1 created 
thus: 

> Hj M 1 f E DGl3i % k : lev 5 1 Hflifi tflf 1 
HflklDir B ac i 5 k : 0 l-V » i 1 DOS Df 1 v e r S 
MafciBir BaaEfli fk :&!*&/ Bit It fpsa 

Finely, Workbench 3 and higher have 
mi extra directory containing certain special 
libraries required by the colour preferences 
tools, and it is possible ihese will be used 
by software in the future. 

MjfctDip BrgptPtrt:tUiui. 

ff you have Workbench 3 you should also 
copy the am ten Is of Shis directory: 

?CPpjf S?S:CLatsps 7fl MllUM-CLimi 

Next we need to locate and Copy She 
required printer and key map driver files 
from your original Workbench di^k set to 
the new hoot disk, 

First of all, we'll locate the correct key- 
board layout. In lire UR the preferred 
key map file is US - although this will he 
different if you live elsewhere- in the world. 

The keymaps move location from the 
Extras disk in release 2 to the Storage disk 
in release 3, so we'll use a special 
AmigaDOS command, SEARCH, to find 
them. Make SEARCH resident like this: 

^sSidtriE [;&EMC* 

Now insert your Workbench disk in the 
internal drive and enter this: 

Starch DFD: FILE ILL "'IB 1 
> 

This command lei Is AmigaDQS tn search 
every- directory on the disk currently in Lhe 
internal drive for a file called GB - you 

yr 

should substitute the name of the keymap 
you usually use. 

Et may lake a minute or more Lo com- 
plete the operation dorTt worry, this is 
normal If ttw command stops and nothing 
is displayed as above, change to the next 
disk in your disk set and fry again. When 
Amiga DOS eventually locates w hat you 
are looking for, the screen will look like 
this: 

xStlftl DFD: Fill ALL ‘GB 1 
Ertrasl. IrStgruje^Keyiips-yah 
> 

Now we ll use another little trick to m i r e 
some typing. Click and huld the mouse 
button at the beginning of the message 
( Extras2. 1 :Sturage/ Keymap^/gb in 
this example) and drag across to select the 
text; the se lech on will he highlighted in 
Nxie, 

Hold down the right Amiga key and 
press tlie letter C - that copies the text (o 
the clipboard. Now enter this- but don't 
press Return just yet: 


Hopt ER4H 

Tress the Right Amiga key and V tu paste 
the text from the clipboard back into posi- 
tion - your screen should now look like 
Ehi$ (the path - Extras! i Storage. , . - may 
be different though), 

Hgpj FflflH Entrisl. 1 £BtnrajfVEeyi*pj/g|} 

Finally, add Lhe rest of the line to make up 
tl>e destination so the completed line: looks 
like this and press Return: 

>Cop=y MOH EjfrasLt^iterigr/Ii^paps.'gfa TG 
Bgatb’ st : De /Ke> I4p s. 

Don't get disheartened if this does no 
work exactly as described first time. 
Console Copy and Taste is tricky until you 
get the hang of it - and that will take 
practice. This time try marching for the 
printer driver file you normally use. if you 
don't have a printer, or you are not sure 
which one, just look for the most compati- 
ble one of them all, EPSONX Your screen 
should look something like this: 

>S ra r : h OFD; FELL ILL "fpsuM* 
Entr«sE.t;Sioragt.<' Prinrtrt/(p«fl3l 
J Cop \f FH 0fl E x E ? ■ 1 1 . 1 : $ E Q ra gi .ter i n U r j te p 5 g riX 

Now add the destination directory which is 
Ik xrtDisk; Devs/ Printers like ao; 

>Cc«pf FH DP FstreiLl :Stgrag*^rinc:6rs/!picTiX 
T 0 MtBlifesIlmiPrifttfri 

Out boot disk currently only has a sin- 
gle Amiga DOS command, LOADWB. 
This is not act? pi able since even the 
Amiga DOS boot program will need 
more commands than that in order to 
work, it Is possible tu copy the entire com- 
mand directory over from a working disk 
like this: 

ten t Ci TO 

but 1 his is lazy and it takes a lot of roam on 
the boot disk - space that could reasonably 
be used for other things. At this stage 
therefore. Well copy the following useful 
commands: COPY, MAKEDER, DIR, 
ASSIGN, ED and IFREFS, 

You have already met most of 

r 

these: [PREPS will be explained in the next 
lesson. Copying then* 1 tiles one by one is 
slows For this example weTI use a simple 
method to copy everything across in a 
single Lino. 

First, we 'll make Lhe current directory 

V 

the com mand directory of the boot disk: 

Jr 

Hi 

2_Nmv we'll copy the files over in am gn. 
to save confusion, this command lias been 
split into two - ,but you can insert all the 
commands 1 ASSIGN, DiR, and so on) 
between the FROM and TO arguments if 
you wish. 


\Hm FE01 COP' DIR HJKED JR TB BeotDisi 
1>CDpy F«1 ASSIST ED EPREFS TO ItalDlli:; 

At this stage ii you try to boot your 
boot disk it will not have the correct 
mode, keyb<.!flrd layout printer driw 
anything else you can set through pr 

OJICCS. 

Apart from the fact Workbench is 
you can dn very little else with it. 
Preferences are not working yet bec.i 
the preference managers cannot find 
user configuration and the pret'erer 
"Daemon" (IFREFS) cannot locate the 
ren I settings. 

These modification* are made at 
time - that's, one reason why it seem- 
take so long - so we need to ci lit the 
program like this: 

> E a BOCI D1 ik : S / i ta r tu p-saqae ns t 

When the screen appears, press Return 
few times io clear some space ahm 
Load WB^ and enter the following lines: 

Cod ] HlfAIE; RIR:E*y Ht :U2£T 
la &i|h EHV: HMDsCnv 
-ssian DlVStPrlmn p«TK 

i&si;n sE*n>PS: mmiymw ^ath 
Aiilp Lifts i STS;Cli«fS H3 
[Prtte 

Save the file n$ described above - ajid w 
for disk actEi ite to finish before pnxeedij 
Reboot ih v machine with the y 01 
Btw.rtDisk and ivatch what happen*, 
lines you have post entered have the folim 
ing effect: 

■ E u pf i HVAIC i RJH:Enu AL1 4UIET 


Copies the user-preference* settings for 
everything from the screen mode to llh 
printer, into a new directory on the RAM 
Disk called EAIV the current environment 

directory, 

m 

The files in ENViSys are read hv fPrer^ 
when it attempts to *et up the current con 
figuration, l he Env directory is created b\ 
the COPY command automatically ^nd the 
QUIET switch ^top* it [nun echoing even - 
thing back to the screen (which will cause 
problems), 

^Asiim EHV; miin 1 * 

’Hsign PJtIHTEIS: DtifljPrlnieri PATH 
■Aialgn KFTIAPSs PEyS:C^ii^ PATH 
'Aiaign L'BS: SVi:{ LlSMi ADD 

These line 1 ! tell the system software where- 
abouts the various directories are located 
by assigning thvrri special name. 

the user preferences. This command i- 
a daemon, which means once started it 
never stops, It hangs around Lei memory 
and watches out for any changes you make 
to the preference* - JTrefs (or Intuition 
Preference*) is responsible for messages 
such as: "Please close ail windows except 
drawers...^ 

# In the concluding part next month, the 
renaming system dfrectories will be 
added and the boot disk campletoo with 
a sample application. 


Amiga Computing November 1993 





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WITH 42 MB HARD DRIVE 

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£ 495 

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£ 595 

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£ 695 


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GVP A1 230. 40MHZ 030, 

0MB 

E 245 

GVP A 1230 40MHz 030, 

1MB 

E 305 

GVP A1230, 40MHz 030 

4MB 

£ 395 

GVP A1230. 40MHz 030/882 

4MB 

£ 489 

MICROBOTICS M1230XA 



WITH 33MHz 68030 & MMU, 

0 MB 

£ 249 

40MHz 68 EC 030 

0MB 

£ 239 

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0MB 

£ 319 

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50MHz 68030 & MMU + SCSI. 0MB 

£ 549 


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A 4000/030. 2MB RAM. 

80 MB 

E 949 

A4000/030. 6MB RAM. 

80 MB 

£1099 

A 40 00/034). 2MB RAM, 

120 MB 

£1049 

A4000/030 6MB RAM. 

120 MB 

£1199 

A 4000/030 2MB RAM, 

170 MB' 

C 999 

A 4000/030 6MB RAM. 

1 70 MB' 

£ 1 1 49 

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250 MB' 

£1059 

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250 MB* 

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80 MB 

£1899 

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SUNRIZE AD51 6 /STUDIO 16 

6 Track Stereo, 16-Bil, Setter than CD Quality - Direct 
to Disk Recording, Editing & Playback Can bo used 
in conjunction with (he Broadcast Editor via SMPTE 

£ 1279 

SUNRIZE ADI 01 2 / STUDIO 1 6 

4Track Mono, 12-Bit. Direct to Disk Recording, Editing 
& Playback. Can also bo used m conjunction with the 
Broadcast Editor from Digital MicronicS. via SMPTE 

£ 499 

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MEMORY 


0MB SIMM -32 £350 

2MB SIMM <32 £ 95 

1MB SIMM -8 £ 40 

GVP SIMM -32‘S 1Mb 


4MB SIMM-32 

£150 

1MB SIMM-32 

£ 65 

4MB SIMM-8 

£160 

£ 65. 4M8 

£170 


HARO DRIVES + 

CONTROLLER 

A 500 


GVPHD8+ 00MB 

£ 295 

GVP HD0+ 120MB 

£ 389 

GVP HD8+ 213MB 

£ 489 

A 1500 / RnniJ 

GVP HC8+ 80MB 

£ 295 

GVP HC8+ 120MB 

£ 389 

GVP HC0+ 213MB 

£ 489 

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40 MB & CABLE 

£ 139 

60 MB & CABLE 

£ 185 

BO MB & CABLE 

£ 205 

120 MB & CABLE 

t 259 

210 MB A CABLE 

£ 399 

AtBoa/^oaa 

& A3000 

IDS MB SCSI 3,5" 

£ 199 

127 MB SCSI 3,5" 

£ 225 

170 MS SCSI 3,5" 

£ 249 

240 MB SCSI 3.5" 

£ 319 

330 MB SCSI 3.5" 

£ 429 

345 MB SCSI -2 

£ 479 

425 MB SCSI -2 

£ 579 

525 MB SCSI 2 

C 729 

1.0 GB SCSI -2 

£ 959 

2.0 GB SCSI -2 

£1399 

3,5 GB SCSI -2 

£2750 

44000 


170 WB IDE 3-5" 

£ 189 

212 m IDE 3-5 n 

£ 215 

256 MB IDE 3.5" 

£ 239 

340 MB IDE 3,5" 

£ 329 

420 MB IDE 3.5 PI 

£ 39 9 

HARO DRIVE 
CONTROLLERS 

A 500 


GVP HD6+ 

£ 185 

ICD tbifecta LX 

£ 215 

ALFA POWER IDE 

£ 115 

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GVP HC04 

£ 129 

ICD TRIFECTA LX 

£ 149 







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SYQUEST 44MB SCSI INTERNAL 

£ 235 

SYQUEST 44 MB SCSI EXTERNAL 

£ 385 

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£ 365 

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£ 435 

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68882 25 MHz PGA £ 99 6688233MHz PGA £129 
68682 SO MHz PGA £159 Crystals (with FPU) £ 8 

68882 25 MHz PLCC - For A4000/G30 etc. £ 79 

68882 33 MHz PLCC - For A4WW03Q etc. £ 109 

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DIGITAL BROADCASTER 32 I 

This Zono m card performs Che major functions of a full, 
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REAL-TIME, FULL MOTION JPEG (25 tpa) Capture & 
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edited aod subsequent Decompressed and played back in 
REAL-TIME, at 25 fps an broadcast quality, direct !o video, 
laser d<sk reco^dei etc. Also included on the board i$ fylj 
SMPTE nmecoding, read £ wrilo. The card also interlaces 
with ihe AD516 Studio 16, 9 track stereo audio cato from 
Sunrizn, and ihe VIVID 24 Image Rendering Engine. 

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; OPALVISION 

MAIN BOARD (V.2) £ 599 

24 -BIT Professional! Graphics board with Paint, 
Animation & Presentation software. 

Release dpite of lo ijQjjjjE ing ite ms now late Octobe r 

VIDEO PROCESSOR E 849 

Real-Time frame grabber, professional genlock, 
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VIDEO SUITE £ 349 

19’ Rack Mount Agdig & Video switcher. 

9 Video & 10 Audio inpuls, Frame store. 

1 TIME BASE CORRECTOR £ &49 

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31 KHz signal for use on a multisync monitor. 

-&VP IMPACT VISION gA 

24-6 ft Professional Graphics board wilh Frame 
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My Lad S Desktop Darkroom software. 


IV 24 VUFS (RGB i Comp) £ SBS 

IV 24 . . ih VUI- CT (RGB / S-VHS) £1279 

Adaptor For Amiga 1500/2000 t 45 

HARLEQUIN + (WITH free vlab YtC) 

Wi th 4Mb V. f am 'double buttered £ 1595 

With 2Mb Vram/single buffered £ 1495 

FOR FURTHER DETAILS, PLEASE CALL 

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H E I I \ A DISPLAY CARD 4Mb £ 499 

vi al) Y/C Real lime digitiser £ 379 


MODEMS 

SUPRA FAXMODEM 2400+ (With GPFax k ATalk 


Software and Serial lead) £ 149 

SUPRA FAXMODEM V 32 (No sAv) £ 219 

SUPRA FAXMODEM V. 3 2b is (No S/w) £ 249 

SUPRA FAXMODEM V3£bis (+ GPFax) £ 289 

US Robotics Sportster v.32 bis / Fax £ 289 

US Robotics Courier Dual Sid 16.8 £ 539 


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COMMODORE 10845 

£ 

199 

COMMODORE 1940 

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289 

COMMODORE 1942 

t 

389 

MlCROVITEC CUB-SCAN 14-40 

£ 

419 


COMMODORE 4091 

SCSI-2 CARD £ 219 

FA5TLANE Z3 

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then read or sample” the intensity of 
the reflected light The resolution at 
which you scan — the “dots-piNncfT 
(dipi) - tells the hardware how fre- 
quency to sample She reflected light. 

If you choose 100dpi, Ihen the 
reflected: Sight will he sampled every 
ti 100th ol an Inch across the graphic. 

Monochrome (or simply mono) scan- 
ners are literally mono (one) chrome 
(colour) devices - a bit like mono print- 
ers Inasmuch as they work only with 
black dots. 

The reflected light-in tensity value is 
converted by the scanner into a pattern 
of black dots. The matrix of the pattern 
Is square, usually eight dots wide by 
eight dots high, which means there are 
64 dots in all. This matrix is properly 
called a grain, sometimes a cell, but 
most often it is referred to as the dither 
matrix or dither pattern. 

Dark colours reflect less light, so 
these get convened into a matrix that 
contains mostly, or entirely; black dots: 
light colours reflect more light, so these 
gel turned into dithers that contain 


SCANNERS 


canning is one of those skills 
at which you instinctively get 
belter the more you do it. But 
there are finite limits to what you can 
achieve, dictated by the hardware and 
software being used. 

Later we ll be looking at which type 
of scanner is besl for which type of 
|Ob R and I'll have a lew Ups and tricks 
for you lo fry out, but because under- 
standing how a piece ol equipment 
works often helps you to better use 
that equipment, lei’s first consider how 
scanners scan. 

it’s not complicated. They shine 
light on to Ihe graphic that is being 
scanned. That light Is reflected back, 
because that's what light does. 

Receptors in the scanning head 


November 1991 


Amiga Computing 


The humble hand scanner can 
afford degrees of creativity that 
even the pros would be 
impressed witf 
Jeff Walker 
divulges the 
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When Ihe entire 
dithered image is 
printed at the correct 
resolution it appears to 
contain many shades of 
grey; in reality it is lots of lit- 
tle black dots, and the density 
of ihese dots in any particular 
area of the Image dictates what 
shade of grey your eye is looted into 
seeing. 

The popular mono hand scanners, 
like those Power Computing and 
AlfaDala make for example, turn the 


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on the left of the head that has 
four positions; Text at one end 
Photo or a smalt dol at Ihe other 
and two larger dots between? 

These simply change the matrices 
that represent the light intensity val- 
ues. The Taxi setting is a very simple 
matrix. Either all the dots are black, or 
all the dots are nol black, and the set- 
ling of the scanner's Brightness wheel 
determines at whal level of reflected 
light the entire matrix turns black. 

It is these patterns that the mono 
scanner head sends, via its interface 
to the scanning software. All Ihe soft- 
ware has to do is read in the data and 
splat 11 on ihe screen. 

Colour scanners work differently. A 
proper colour scanner shines three 
lights at the image - red, green and 
blue (RGB) - and Ihen calculates an 
intensity value for each of these " pri- 
mary colours. These are combined), 
jus! as you combine RGB values in 
your painting software's colour palette, 
to produce a true colour. 

For a 24-bit colour flatbed there will 
be intensity levels of each primary 






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Sunlight is white Jighl, and, as Isaac 
^w*on discovered, it is composed of 
evervish arrounl of every colour In 
**speclrum. II Iherefore reflects 
:_-.^yrs truly, Manama do white light Is 
« so You've probably heard of 
~ daylight' fluorescent tubes thal 
~-^y offices use Instead gf tradllional 
gm bulbs? 

Colour hand scanners contain a sim- 
s’ ‘ uorescenl tube, although- much 
-a Her of course, and the ref tec led 
- "* ■ -£ filtered by the scanner's recep- 
- s nto its RGB componenls. 

~he> can scan in levels gt grey as 
. e and they do this in much the same 
mono hand scanners, only the 
^mily value is translated inio a true 
*T*de of grey instead of a black and 
mhm dcthef pattern 

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x 256 x 256) can be 
creased.. Some colour 
flatbeds do gne pass 
each for the three colours, 
so three passes In all, others 
can do ii in one pass by conlin- 
ualfy flickering Ihe three primary 
m colours at Ihe image as they gg, 

Tne one-pass method is much 
: . cker, bul She three-pass method pro* 
’-cm colours that are truer to I hose in 
original image. 

Because of their sire and relatively 
te cost, colour hand scanners don’t 
three lights to shine at the image, 
ihey shine a single white” light 


hand! scanners, caused by 
She limited number of shades 
they see, is Shat parts of the 
original photo that are very 
light colours, but not actually 
white, are seen by the scanner as 


This produces screen images that 
have "hotspots" alt over them, giving 
the image an ugly high-contrast 
appearance. One way around this is to 
place some thin, Iran spa-rent coloured 
plastic or glass over the photo before 
scanning is. I find thal red Is best, bul H 
depends on the colours and qualify ol 
the original phgio, Different coloured 
materials produce different results. 

My favourite trick is to cut up lots of 
transparent, differently coloured sweet 
wrappers, sprinkle these over the 
image, put a thin sheet of clear glass 
over the lot (pinched bom a picture 
frame), and then do the scan. This is 
even more fun to do with a colour 
scanner. 

And don S stick at clear material. 
Keep your eyes open for anything that 
is qurle thin, fairly flat, and either trans- 
parent or semi-Iran spa rent. If Ihe mate- 
ria] is too thick the scan may come out 
slightly blurred, hut I’ve put my off cut 
of 3ftHn frosEed glass (pinched from a 
skip) to good use row and Eben (hey, 
bul children, if you are going to handle 
glass, please wear thick leather gloves 
and make sure a grown-up is present 
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one. Screw up some clingditm to make 
it ell crinkly and then pull it nut again, 
Place that over the photo - don't 
smooth out any pieces where the cling- 
him has stuck together in folds - then 
place a sheet of clear plastic or glass 
over it so that you have a smooth sur- 
face to pull the scantier over. The result 
looks hast if the image is converted to 
grays, but in colour you get a some- 
thing that would be very, very difficult 
to produce with image processing soft- 
ware. 

More tips in a sec, but before I forget 
I must quickly discuss printing. If your 
greyscale images are going lo be 
printed on your home printer, keep in 
mind that the Amiga is limited to print- 
ing just four bits {16 shades) of grey, 
no matter what dither method you 
choc so in Workbench preferences, or 
how many shades of grey may actually 
he in the graphic. 

With help from special print-enhanc- 
ing software like TruePrint or Studio 
(hut not TurboPrint or Flerndump) you 
will be able to prim more shades of 
grey. The Amiga prints colours In 12- 
bits - four each ol magenta, yellow and 
cyan - so it Is able to reproduce up to 
4,0% colours on your colour printer, 

To print more colours, colours that 
are iruer to ihose In the graphic, again 


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you'll need Ihal special! printing soft- 
ware to give the Amiga a boost. 

If you don't wan I the expense of buy- 
ing special printing software, then 
don’t bother with the expense of a 
odour scanner, 

li mean, from a home OTP point of 
view there's no point In having scans 
of photos that look greal on the screen 
hut print poorly, so you might just as 
weft buy a mono scanner; But don l 
expect miracle printout*. 


For colour multimedia work fd rec- 
ommend nothing leas than a 24-bit 
flatbed scanner If you are working with 
photographic originals and want near 
photographic quality results. 

If you are working with small pho- 
tographs, cartoons, or any other kind 
of coloured illustration, including 
graphics produced with air- 
brushes water colours and Kelt 
markers, you may very well 
get away with a colour Jl 
hand scanner provided 
the graphics don't con- ^ 
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are wider, how about 
trotting down to a copy 
shop and getting them 
reduced on a colour pho- 
locopier? Do I hear the 
sound of thousands of 
palms slapping thou- 
sands of foreheads? 

For mono multh 
media work from 
photog fa p hie 
originals, the 
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are normally plem 
good enough. Whe 
scanning illustrations 
the 16-grey images pro 
duced by the mono ban 
scanners are often surpris 
ingly good and may he all yo 
need. 

For scanning photographs an: 


Essentially there are jusi two reasons to scan images into ihe computer - lo use ttien 
on ihtj seieen for multimedia purposes, or for desklop publishing. 

For multimedia work you will almost certainly want colour. The rule-oMhumb here * 
quite simple: The more "bits" of colour the scanner can see. the higher the quality ol the 
scanned images will be. 

The Power Computing colour hand scanner is a 12-bit device. It can see lour bits d 
red., lour bits of grean. four bits of blue - thal's 16 shades of each primary colour 
.... r faColor and Cola rfiurst seatv 

ners are 16-bit devices, seeing six bits (64 shades) of each primary colour, so 262,144 
colours in all. 

so It would seem thal any a 
these three will bo plenty good enough colour- wise. But consider this: A typical photo 
graph will contain between 100,000 and 300,000 colours. 

II you want tha colours in your 2B6-nolour image to closely resemble those in the or*; 
inal photo, the more colour data you have m memory lo start with, the better will be th 
converted image, 

, GT-3000. can see sight bib 

(25£ shades) ol each pnmary colour, which gives them a palette of 16. 6 million colours 
Another major consideralion is size. Hand scanners are only 41 n wide. If you are plan 


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Scanners work by measuring [ha intensity ol light reflected from the image 
being scanned and convening these analogue measurement into diyala! 
Signet which are relayed to Iho computer. Tire image is scanned a line al 
a time and Ihe Image is reconstructed by the scanning soft ware, 
in the case oi the " ; ai bed scanner ifte hghi reflected from the imago usually 
bounces oH a senes of mirrors and is locussed through a -lens onto ihe image 
sensor which is composed ol microscopic photoe&ednc cells which converts 

Che light into electrical Impulses. 
The hand scanner 15 physically pushed over the image so be scanned, The 
light Irom a LED is rejected from the image, bounces off a minor and Is focussed on a charge- 
coupled device iCCD^ a l the back ot the device which converts She Irghl inf® digital signals through 
an analogue-digital converter As the hand scanner travels over the image a roller on the bottom is pushed 
round, rotating gears which turn a stalled disk. A light shines through fhis disk and rs detected by a 
photoenicfosensor On the othe* side ol the disk which, sends a signal id ihc analogue-digits converter 

prompting it to send a line of bits to the computer, 
of light Colour scanners deled diHqrent colours by scanning through red. green and blue filters. 


How it works: 
The scanner 


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Light source 

Lens 


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a nitrations for use in desktop publish- 
-ig I'd recommend a colour scanner - 
hand or flatbed depending on your 
’Wds. The only area whore mono hand 
: nners come into their own in de sk- 
ip publishing Is for scanning line art - 
graphics like text, logos, symbols, car- 
toons, skelches and so on. 

Back to the tips, and while on the 
objects of line art and printing, (el's 


do I need? 


see how to get the stud lo print with 
lovely smooth curves instead of the 
j aggies all round the edges. H's dead 
simple really. 

All you have to do after importing 
your scanned line art into your desktop 
publishing program is to scale it. tf 
your primer is a 300dpi device, scale it 
lo 25 per cent (0 25 In Gold Disk soft- 
ware). If your printer is a 3&0 dpi device 


scale ft to 21 per cent (0.20B in Gold 
Disk software |. 

It doesn't matter one lota what reso- 
lution you scan at, except that the 
higher the scan resolution, the larger 
the image will bo when scaled down In 
the DTP software. 

H you've scanned something at 
ZflOdpi and alter scaling it to 25 per 
cent or 21 per cent it is too small, 
don’t adjust the scaling; just scan it 
again at 300 or 400 dpi. 

LINE ART 


~ ~g *0 scan anything wider than 4in, I promise you that doing it in two halves and 
i=empting lo slick them together in an an package is not a viable proposition. It is far 

- -hmr to climb Everest. Bat then you mighi enjoy the challenge of course 

iVhalever colour scanner you choose, you will need lots ol memory to be able to use 
f c TKiictiveJy The more bits Ihe scanner sees the more memory wial be required to 
‘ : *3 lhat data in memory. 

■V ih 4Mb ol expansion memory (Shafs cm lop of your graphics or "chip" memory) 
ii be able to comfortably scan images to screen-sized proportions, but lor colour 
:^s-iop publishing, where you may want to scan much larger sizes, you'll noad 6Mb ol 

- on memory to be comtortabta. Even then you'll ue restricted to postcard-sized 
• - - i!s unless you scan al low resolutions. 

r or mono desktop publishing you'll easily get away with 3 to 4Mb of expansion PAM 

■ --D m mind that Ihe colour hand scanners can all produce images that contain 6 A true 

■ - ides of grey, whereas all ol the less expensfve mono hand scanners (which are 1-bit 

v css) can produce only 16 greys,, 

1, having said that, the AlfaScan mono scanner software is able to produce TIFF 
contain up to 256 shades of grey, but it does this by anli-atiasing the image. 
1 - :i rneans that while the resulting image may appear to have smoother biends, if will 
r so be -ess sharp because all the edges will be slightly blurred. 


This scaling tip is Just tor line art, 
by the way, not for greyscale or 
coloured graphics. The print resolu- 
tion of these is by and large dictated 
by the type of dither pa I tern selected. 
Scaling down grey or coloured graph- 
ics will not Improve their quality when 
printed; only the pri ^-enhancement 
software mentioned earlier will heip 
you here. 

Hand-scanning in a straight line can 
be difficult without Ihe help ol a scan- 
ning tray, but there's no need lo 
splash oul on one - you can build you 
own. Put a white piece of paper qn 
your flat scanning surface. 

Put your photo or graphic on that., 
Cover them both wilh some clear plas- 
tic - the thin stull I hat goes gollump- 
gollump when you wobble it Is best. 


and any stationers will sell it. Then get 
two big* thick, heavy books. I use Iwo 
Yellow Pages. Place one to the left of 
the Image, spine inwards, and gel Jt 
aligned square with the graphic. Then 
gently place the scanner head on Ihe 
graphic and up against the spine of the 
book. 

Place the second book to the right of 
the scanner head, spine Inwards again, 
so that there is no room for the scanner 
to move from side to side. Hun the 
scanner up and down this trough 3 few 
times to check that the books are 
parallel 

Away go you. When you do the scan, 
lean quite heavily on the iwo books 
with one forearm, and then pull the 
head down the image with a very light 
touch. Don't put any pressure on the 
head - it s the pressure Lhal causes 
you to make jerky movements. Just let 
the head slowly and evenly glide over 
the image. 

How do you pull it slowly and 
evenly? Well, I tie one end ot a bit of 
string to Ihe scanner lead, the other 
end to Ihe seconds hand on a kitchen 
clock, and put the battery In when Tm 
ready lo scan. 

And 1 1 you believe that, you’ll believe 
anything. I’m gone, Happy scanning. 



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A stronomy is one of those sci- 
ences which simply wouldn't 
be possible in its modem form 
without the power of computers. 
Calculating the position and movement of 
Elects trillions of miles from Ed rth takes 
:n^i hematics of gargantuan proportions, 
*nd the human mind would turn to felly 
.. wig before the fob was done. 

With even a humble 68 II (30 -based 


0} 

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£3,50) 


Sf 

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I 

350 } 


Amiga, it is possible to keep track of ntii- 
ions of objects, calculate the paths they 
will take, I he effects they have on each 
>sher, and so on, and it is this numher- 
.runching power allied to colour graphics 
whfch maktsi Disteint Suns pd^ible. 

Mow in v4,2, Pistant Suns has come a 
long way since its 1991 launch and sports 
jit about as many options as the amateur 
■ -tronomer nr physic teacher wold wish 
for. It is now the ideal tool for Amiga users 
with either a leisure or scientific interest in 
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AZIMUTH 

The sky is normally .mapped by refer- 
ring to altitude and azunuth coordinates 
expressed in degrees (planetarium mode), 
and the program defaults to this system 
ior those who know a bst about 
.i-trnnomv. 

r 

For the rest of us, however r there is a 
facility to jump to any one of hundreds of 
Tit's or simply type fh e longitude and lat- 
itude of the position from which the sky is 
to be viewed. 

After this it is easy enough to navigate 
.‘lie's way about using the more common 
aimpase di nations, or local mode as tine 
program calls it. 

For example , to check out the view r 
rfcmna London bedroom window,, the user 
.-in use a menu selection to set London as 
die viewpoint then tell the program which 
■a ay he nr she b looking. A star map of the 
night's stars appears, and a variety of 
options are available tor oodles of 
information. 

There is a table showing when each of 
ihe planets w r ill rise and set, the constella- 




in\TanI ftioorr with pJioif tfhtcncc and i»ur h mwr off an ffffHf wrffli (W|f Jtipnif tfWcfi 


Distant Suns 
twinkle into your 
, living room and 
a virtual world is 
brought up to date 
in this months 
stellar survey 

tions can be shown complete with '.out- 
lines drawn in, and any number of differ* 
ent objects can be added or subtracted 
from the view depending on whas Ihe 
user wants to see. 

An amateur with a 3in refractor might 
for example, bo interested in spiral j.siav 
ves r and by telling the program to plot all 
these on-screen, finding out where in ihe 
sky each one U can be as easy a- clicking 
wish the mouse 

hi is yields information about declina- 
tion ( latitude), rising and selling times, 
and so on, and should make it easv tor 


star-spoilers to pinpoint their favourite 
objects. 

With a properly calibrated tripod it 
should be child's play lo position a tele- 
scope so i ha I the object came immediately 
into the user's field of view, negating the 
need for frustrating minutes spent navi- 
gating one's way around Lhc sky with a 
finder scope. 

Though confusing at first, the co-ordi- 


nates system is explained reasonably 
well in the manual, and with the help 
of a beginner's astronomy book 
and a copy of Distant Suns, anyone can 
become an expert night time navigator in 
no time. 

To add graphical sp i ce r Virtual 
Laboratories have included a number of 
IFF pictures taken from the Voyager space 

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■ U P D AT E S 


probes, These show defails of mo*t of the 
planets in She solar system and stunt of 
tli vif satolhtos and arc accessed by clicking 
h mi an object while in identification mode, 
then clicking on the View button which 
appears on the info panel. 

As the pictures are not AG A format, 
they lose some of their dramatic impact, 
but there are some beautiful shots, partk- 
uJarly that of the Olympus Mors volcano 
on Mars anti the photo taken of the erupt- 
ing volcano on lo. 

By relieving the mostly black look of 
the program (we're looking at the night 
sky, rememhi-r?), the IFFs break up what 
could easily have turned into an informa- 
tion overdose. 

EDUCATIONAL 

Extra disks of pictures taken on the 
voyager missions are available to those 
who wish more visual delights, so the 
extent to which Distant Suns can be, 
turned into a program which is both edu- 
cational and .1 treat to Look at is limited 
only by the user's preferences. 

Three read v -defined environments are 
included in the package, showing the last 
visit of Haley's Comet in 198b and a cou- 
ple of eclipse*, but a* these are all events 
in the past they are of only educational 
us£, iii id a couple of updated events, such 
as the recent visit of a targe meteor 
shower, would have given the program 
some am temporary punch. 

Distant Suns is, nevertheless, an ideal 
tool for parent and teachers alike and a 
definite "must buy" tor Ktttmomy-toving 
Amiga users. 

# Far more information on Dkianl Sum, 
phone Meridian Software Distribution mi 
m-5433500 


Safari 

fonts 

Some of the best PostScript and 
Com pu graphic font 3 to be found are 
those churned out by Safari Fonts, and 
the collect ion has recently topped the 
quarter century mark with the release of 
disk 2b, and while not the best in the 
range it is a fitting landmark. 

[disk 25 contains only five fouls, and as 
il doubles up, offering different versions 
of the same typeface, it could be said only 
to have three. 

However, the MovieStar font is almost 
in itself worth the asking price, and is one 
of the most stylish fonts to have come out 
of the DTP world's recent infatuation 
with Star Trek. 

Of less than general use, fonts such as 
MovieStar Sans and MovieStar Spur Serif 
(easily the bt*i font on the disk) are ideal 
for stylish greeting cards, -mme logo 


work, and posters. They are augmented 
by T liangulus, a fairly pointless font of the 
wacky school, and Tycoantu, 

The latter is actually a renamed version 
of the Star Trek Deep Space Nine font and 
taken from the latest spin, -off series. 
Worthless outside the context of Trekkfe 
mama, it is nonetheless one which Trek 
fans will undoubtedly want to add to their 
ail lection, making this dHk a good buy for 
such disturbed people. 

As usual, in common with all Safari 
forts, each is well designed, clean and 
slick, and available In both Compu graphic 
and Adobe fypt 1 PostScripi format, so 
users of all DTP packages should find 
something to please 

In addition to the latest fonts, distribu- 
tors EM Compute rgraphic have now 
released several collections of the most 
popular fonts in the Safari range in special 
compilations two of which, the Future and 
Star fonts disks, recently landed on the AC 
welcome mat, 

Star fonts is a bringing together on one 


disk of the most sought after Trek** 
fonts, including those from the original T * 
series and the later New Generation ? ! ,- 
ries r and is aimed squarely at the 
army of sadly addicted faoih of the ageiri 
Shaiuer and his crew of cmmblies- 

Included in the collection is Tycpamal 
MovieStar, the weird Romulus, along wifii 
a variety of supporting characters such h 
t'Vimaton r Jupiter,, and AliensOne. 

Some of the typeface are a bit creaku 
particularly AliensOne, but as a compiL- 
tion disk this one will no doubt be a hr 
with anyone who needs title fonts for space 
animations, Trekkie fanzines and so on. 

FUTURISTIC 

The second compilation disk we looked 
at, Future fonts,, contains several general 
purpose futuristic faces, such as the exw 
lent Airlock font, and the superb Nervous 
a direct copy of the font used in the utovif 
Psyche along w Lth a few more down tc 
earth typefaces. 

College is a blocky all-American font or 
the: sort used to emblazon college name' 
on baseball jackets, and Motor City a cop 
of one of the 5 \k American car manufac- 
turer' ^ logos (could be Chevrolet, but 
can' I be sure), so there's .n bit of rton-spOc? 
variety for the earth-bound among us. 

[n a 1 1, the compilation disks, now 
including Serious, Display, and Script, art 
gixxi value for money at OS, and offer the 
font user with a specific area of in fere-’ 
the chance to buy several soughbout font- 
on one disk instead of having to t raw- 
through an entire library, finding one on 
each disk. If this isn't enough, EM 
Computergraphic now offer a Pic fo Mi* 
service for those who ndt'd an exact list of 
typefaces. 

• For more information on Safari font* 
confrfrt EM Computergniphic on 0255 431389 


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Scenery Animator v4.0 


Having developed alongside Vista J 3 ro r and mostly overshadowed in the last year by its 
rival. Scenery Animator v4-G has had to struggle to offer something different. In its latest 
version, it does just that. 

The program has always been much easier to use than Vista Pro, particularly when it 
comes to creating animations, and has a less comply* interface than the intimidating 
bank of buttons confronting the Vista Pro v3.0 user. However, as an update the pro- 
gram 'h two new- features have a In! to say for themselves. 

Support for AG A would have forced Natural Graphics to update their product in any 
ease, but no! all packages have found the pump to AGA an easy one Some, like D Paint 
IV, have suffered for speed, and some have only incompletely accepted the new format. 
Scenery Animator v4.Q accomplishes die task with ease, 

Hamfl and 2Sb colours have been added to both the Anim Mode and Render Mode 
menus, and HAM screens will render in hi-res Interlace if the program is running on an 
A120G or A4000. 

Seamlessly integrating themselves into the mam interface, the new AGA modes are 
fully and properly implemented. 

The second major addition to Scenery Animator is its facility for loading 3D objects 
direct I y into the program to form part of a rendered scene, bul this improvement is not 
without its problems, and loading some objects can have in very unpredictable results. 

The only directly supported format is the VideoScape 3D GEO type, and only the 
Ascii version of this. Users with objects generated in other packages will have to use a 
conversion program such as Pixel 3D Pro to make use of their creators, and this is where 
the problems appear to arise, 

In the conversion, a process which is seldom without problems, complex objects often 
pass from one program to another mimis a face here or a bil there, and the final output 


can suffer badly as a result 

The problem is not with Scenery Animator, as genuine VideoScape objects work a 
treat., but if the package would import some of the more popular file types, such as 
Imagine, Lightwave, and Real 30, the feature would be an infinitely more powerful and 
practical one. 

Problems arising from conversion meanl that when preparing images for this article, a 
great deal of faffing about wps necessary with conversion programs and a variety of 
objects to find those which would transfer properly. 

Having said this, the images generated are vastly improved by the addition of 3D 
objects, and if the user can find sufficient Videotape 3D images or the correct settings 
from within a conversion program, Scenery Animator's output can look better than any 
other program of its kind. 

The sample image we have provided shows a house nestling sn one of Scenery 
Animator's ready supplied Landscapes, and is augmented by the program's facility to 
place individual trees exactly where they art? required. 

With a little care, and perhaps the creation of a barn, some fencing, and the 
addition of the ubiquitous cow object provided with Imagine v2.0, a complete virtual 
farm could be built up without problem, with the proviso that the objects import 
properly. 

Using Vista Pro, the nearest one could come to this sort of result would he to spatler 
some of the package's tombston-t'-looking "houses" around and add the odd unconvinc- 
ing road, leading to nowhere near as gratifying a scene. 

# Evr mow infonikUion mt Scm&y Animator n4.G , phone Meridian Software Distribution on 

OBI-543 3500 ' 



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November 1993 

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Supra Turbo 20 accelerator turns 
your Amiga 500 or Amiga 2000 into a 
26MHz speedster- 
Mow you can run high-performance 
programme without invest! ng in high- 
priced hardware. 

The A500 unit is completely eternal, 

Just plug and play No need to open the 
case and risk invalidating your warranty . 

A unique bus passthrough slot enables you 
to add additional external expansion units 
such as hard drives and RAM , 

The A 2000 unit plugs easily into the 86 -pn 
coprocessor slot. 

Both versions are designed for compatibility 
with other Amiga add-m units 
The Supra Turbo 20 out- paces expensive 
accelerators But if you neon so slow flown 
for games or older software, use the 
external on /off switch or the software 
speed control. 

This package contains detailed installation 
instructions and everything you need in 
increase your computers speed from 7MHz 
to 28MHz in record time, 




Enables the use oi big! 
while multi-tasking. 

Makes the Workbench environment more 
responsive 

Lets you run mote complex animation as 
faster speeds 

Speeds decompression and loading ot still 
graphics 


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Enhaces the speed of graphic displ 
I he performance of many games 

Reduces the time required for compiling 
programs 

Completely compatible with 68000 
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W ith the Amiga world already 
groaning under the weight 
of assorted video grabbers, 
is there really a place lor another? After all, 
with products like V't Jib Y/C,’ and IY24 v2 
already providing spectacular quality at or 
below FrameMachine's £699 asking price, 
why reinvent the wheel? 

With the** 1 element 1 ! already leaning in 
the opposition's favour 1 must admit at 
looked like FrameMachine was in for a 
rough ride right from the off. 

However after just a little experimentii- 
tion the Amiga’s latesi power product 
slowly hut surely began to redress the 
balance. 

Things gni off to a flying start thanks to 
blissfully simple installation- Unlike the 
majority of expensive add-ons, 
FrameMachine slipped into the machine 
effortlessly. Efctt^r still, once the accompa- 
ny mg software was installed and subse- 
quently clicked into life, totally glitclvfree 
operation ensued , 

In tact, in a rare break from tradition 1 
had virtually no con fig or compatibility 
problems whatsoever. Even so, it must be 
raid installation, isn't always quite such a 
breeze. 

TIGHT SQUEEZE 

On A 15015s and 2(1011*;, for example,, a 
special piggyback Denise connection is 
required to attain an appropriate video sig- 
nal, while squeezing the card into the tight 
confines of the office A4LHX1 did add the 
odd grey hair in my already impressive 
collection. 

As you've probably guessed, a Zorro 
slot is essential, which alas can only be 
round on the A 1 500 and above. For those 
lucky enough to own an A41XM1 there's the 
added bonus of full AGA support in addi- 
tion to all the older Amiga modes pins 



ILBIVt 24, RCB& and YUVTM for the experts. 

With ihc thrust oJ I-TiirmAlachine being 
video grabbing, this seems the obvious place 
to start, but of course before am grabbing 
corner correction -which in 
the case of FrameMachine 
can mean both composite 
and S-VHS, 

As usual alt connections 
are made at the rear, along- 
side the board s genlock- 
corcipitible 23-pin RGB 
video-out plus a separate S- 
VHS-out fur the optional 
Prism 24-bit frame buffer. 

framr Mnfhltu' p 

cwitHtnl niff Frame 

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Useful array of tools 

In addition to the main grabbing program, FrameMachine also ships with a useful 
array of utilities varying from simple screen clearing icons for prism Id more com- 
pie* genlock mg or keying controls. 

With Prism an -board, access to a general purpose 24- bit display is also pretty 
straightforward and to simplify the task two icons entitled PPlay and PShow pro- 
vide access lo a 24- bit preview of captured sequences and individual images — ibul 
as you d expect, playback speed can pretty slow in the larger screen sizes. 

Last but tar from least comes Prism Preferences, which allows control over how 
the Prism output is to be combined with Amiga graphics, In addition the requester 
provides total colour, saturation, brightness and contrast control over the 
24-bil display 

And if you have access to an eitra monitor or Scart compatible TV, it's here 
where a duel monitor setup is configured. 



Paul Austin plugs in FrameMachine and 
discovers it’s a lot more than just 
another pricey picture importer 


For those lucky enough to have twD moni- 
tors thu 23-pin KGB has the add*d bonus 
of providing a dedicated FrameMadinie 
preview while the normal Amiga signal 
appears on, (he machine's original 
monitor, 

However, it must be stressed that a twin 
monitor system is riot essential as 
FrameMachine has the ability to blend 
Amiga and FrameMachine output,, which 
although not ideal is certainly a usable 
alternative, 

Once connected the next task is to set 
up the software pretWreoct^ accordingly by 
specifying a Preview mode, which can vary 
from quarter screen Id- res up lo hl-res rum- 
interlaced - greyscale only, although if the 
aforementioned Prism 24-bit frame buffer 
is fitted, a full-colour, 24-bil preview can 
appear on the wcond monitor, 

Assuming a suitable image appears, 
simply clicking the mouse instantly freezes 
the image within FM s isifernal memory 
and pops up a conversion requester offer- 
ing most Amiga screen modes In varying 
hiyen - w ith the exception of super hi-rus. 

All conversions can appear in both 
colour Of greyscale, with optional dithering 


and overscan if required. 

Of course there an? always Ehe three 24- 
bit save Options if Amiga modes aren't suit- 
able. Whichever formal you choose, the 
program will first set about converting 
from its default YUV grabbing format and 
then update the screen with the one of your 
choice - assuming it's supported by the 
machine, of course. 

CRISP IMAGES 

in practice, single- frame grabbing is 
extremely easy with hotkeys and mouse 
clicks controlling the entire process, and 
better still the images themselves are 
extremely crisp, Even better than that, 
never once did FrameMachine produce a 
jittery image - even when grabbing fast 
action . 

Like any self-respecting frame grabber, 
FrameMachine doesn't stop with single 
images and in fact sequential grabbing and 
support for animation is generally pretty 
impressive, 

Again, with the assistance of Prism a 
whole host of compressed full Kreen grab 
sizes are available, and once captured ihe 



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flfjflugv quoNtf to malih atTfthlog 
trim the opposition 


rectangle which can he moved 
nowhere around the screen with 
the cursors, and scaled via 
hotkeys. 

r 

The window then appears as a 
PIP - or picture in picture - over 


I VHS Importation providing near 
hr aadccnl quulitf i'fM frtitflt 


■ VI DEO 

> 

program's format conversion and sequence 
L'dtiing options are excellent 

Like VLabY/C, FrameMachlne uses the 
aforementioned YUV grabbing format 
which then requires conversion just like a 
single frame. However the software makes 
a decent attempt at ADPro-style multipro- 
cessing thanks to various save formats, both 
24-bit and Amiga, plus an array of palette 
tods, 

best of a ll r there's a truly excellent cut- 
ting for editing) screen which allows your 
raw captives to be displayed in miniature 
and then cut, copied and recombined into a 
tailor-made anim or still sequence. 

Although FramcMachine has an impres- 
sive array of grab sizes and direct 24-bit 
full-colour compressed preview via Prism 
24. it remains a strictly linear grabbing sys- 
tem which means all the frames must be 
grabbed in succession - in rea l time. 

Unfortunately this mvaria My means 
anything over quarter screen will skip 
frames during importation, which of ' 
course is reflected in any subsequent 
animation. 

En total six grab sixes are available with 
from full screen 720 % 570 hi-re* interlace to 
M x 70 non-interlace - which is roughly the 
hiie of a postage stamp. Like single grabs r 
sequential imports can be either colour or 
B&W- - however, only full frame image* 
can employ interlace. 

Unfortunately because there's no alterna- 
tive to linear importation, the sequence pro- 
cessing and editing tools are reduced from 
impressive power functions to mere 
plaything*. 

Alas, until FranwMachine can match the 
interleaved frame recording dLR) available 
within YLabY/C, the card wil] remain irre- 
trievably out-gunned when it comes to 
sequential frame grabbing. 

Courtesy of the 3FR, VLaibY/C can cap- 
ture video size images in full 24-bit r frame 
by frame without missing a single smage. 


T hanks to some inspired programming, 
VLabY /C can make multiple passes, conti lo- 
yally grabbing as much a* possible while 
keeping a. record of which frame* remain, 
ready for the next pass. 

In addition. VL.ib also supports 
fremeMachiiie-styte linear grabbing and, of 
course, all standard and AG A mode* are on 
hand via built-in processing opt i on*. The 
only drawback of VLabY /C i* the lack of a 
built-in frame buffer. 

However if a buffer becomes essential, 
Retina cun be added for approximately £3Dt ' 
- for a basic model. Like Harlequin. Retina 
has VLab compatibility built-in. alio wing 
grab* to be made direct to the b<iard - and 
unlike Frame Machine, a paint package 
comes as standard. 

With IFR in VLabY /CV favemr and the 
Retina ./ VLabY/C combination matching 
FM J s price point almost exactly; ii appears 
thiil th<? new board is finnly on !lw ropes 
and on its way h> the canvas. 

However it's not over yet as 
FrameM-p chine fights back with Prism, 
extensive ADPro support, video compres- 
sion and some very impressive genlocking 
options. 

[f simple frame grabbing is all you 
require, it is possible to buy FrameMachlne 

Without doubt 
the best frame 
grabbing interface 
to appear within 
ADPro 

dr 

minus the optional Prism 24-bit buffer, but 
if that's the case VLabY /C seems even 
strong buy than before. 

However .when FrameMachine is com- 


Workbench,, D Paint or whatever else. 
Although pretty impressive, this is only the 
beginning thanks to the board's 23- pin, 
gen lock-compatible video-out. 

Thanks to the video-out a combination 
of compressed video and normal Amiga 
graphics can be sent to a genlock which can 
then strip colour zero replacing it w r ith the 
incoming video, which appear-, behind the 
compressed video window while Amiga 
animation or titling adds the finishing 
touch. 

The end result is a pseudo-graphic* 
sjndwsch. As you can see from the screen 
shuts, the overall effect is very impressive, 
and with careful placemen!, nt'ivs-reader- 
Style compositions are a breeze - complete 
with scrolling text and animation. 



Like most power products, 
FrameMachme and Prism have temped onto 
the ADPro bandwagon with an 
FrameMachlne loader which provides 
direct access to the grabbing power of 
the board from within the ADPro 
environment. 

In addition, a saver also allows direct 
access to Prism's 24-bit display However it 
must be said after auto- scaling the image 
and rendering in what appears to be hi-res 
non-interlace,, theimage quality does leave 
a tot to he desired in relation to other 
hoards. 

However having whined about the 
Silver, it's only fair to credit the loader 
which without doubt is the best frame 
grabbing interface yet to appear within 
ADPro, 

Unlike the VLab loader, the 
FrameMacliine variant offers all the screen 
resolutions, preview and grabbing options 
available within (lie hoard's own software. 


Even full-screen 24- bit previews art 
catered for and like the standalone, iht 
loader invariably generates complete!, 
flicker- free Imports. 

All in all, FrameMachine i* a very 
impressive product which has hit the 
street* just a hide too late, M so me form 
IFR could be added to the system it may 
well become a world healer, but until then 
VLabY /C will definitely make life very 
difficult for the newcomer. 

On lop of that comes the lack of a paint 
package which again the VLab /Retina. 
3 V 24 and Opa [Vision already offer 
Whether Pnsm can cope with such a thim- 
remains to be seen but until both of tlu-s. 
problems are resolved it looks like thi- 
potunlially excellent product 
has just missed grabbing the 


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The bottom line 

Product: FrameMachine 
Supplier; HiQ 

Price: E699 including Prism 
Tel; 081-909 2092 

Ease of use 9 
Impiemenlatiort 7 
Value far money € 
Overall 7 


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fMi np product* cKtellent pseudo groper* j^nc/wfdi 


bined with Prism, the humble grabber 
become? a much more attractive 
proposition. On practical level, 
Prism provides Fra me Machine 
with quite simply the best pre- 
view of any grabber with a vari- 
ety of window si see right up to 
full screen, ait displayed at 2Ffps 
in full colour. 

In addition, the grab itself 
appears instantly in the size of 
your choice - all in glorious 24- 
bitj of course. better still, its tal- 
ents aren't limited to grabbing. In 
fact the same video compression 
techniques offer s-sx sizes from 
full video down to an SB x 70 



The uttfrnotr in on tut Of Hi past* thnnkl to FtVti exioHmt frame handling 


Amiga Computing 


November 1993 

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Potty ports 

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checked and they are OK and the printer 
an also been checked, Keep up the good 
.tork, 

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r lht' dianc^s ore that the fault lies 
will r your Amiga* rather than your 
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H how to provide the script when trannter- 
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jn hi-re*. 

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The mysteries 
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nv I seem to have a problem with 
Vf my A500. It's got 1Mb of RAM 
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Hie snapshot d m-s nnt work any more. I 
have tried everything I can think of hut 
[ m no expert w i th computers. 

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Workbench and it still does not work, 

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drive off and on the original Workbench 
disk. Where has snapshot gone? 

Mr K Curia , Croydon 

Snapshot on the A50fl land aft 1,3 
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- compand to Workbench 2 ihat is. 
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Having decided to upgrade to a hard 
disk A1 200, while 1 was buying it from We 
Serve in Portsca I happened to mention 
which printer I used. 

they told me that a previous customer 
had found that it would not work with the 
1200 E'o be honest I did not believe them 
but no matter which driver or DIP settings 
I use 3 cannot make It work other than the 
printer initialising when switching the 
computer on or off. 

I wrote to Commodore and Caron six 
weeks ago but have not received a reply 
from either. Please can you help. 

Derek Nunn f Hassocks. 

Other than what you hair told us f 
zee don't have any knowledge of 
compatibility problems with this 
primer. If any other renders contact us with 
detail* ofhoio to get it working with an A120Q 

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A1200 printer setup 


I own an Amiga l£toQ and have just purchased a Canon 
BJ tQsx bubble jet printor. When f installed the BJ-10 
printer driver from ihc storage disk, to the Workbench 
disk in ihe Devs/Pnntor drawer wilh the default (generic) printer 
driver I thought how eesy it was. 

Bui when the prmter prefs window «s displayed on the Extras 
disk, there's no sign of the BJ-10 or generic drivers m she printer 
type window What has gone wrong? 

I havo very Irttla knowledge! of computers but i have followed 
the instructions to the loner in Bruce Smith's Amiga 1200 Insider 
Guide series I have played aboul wilh Ihe printer prels and found 
that rf I open the punter profs editor both printer drivers are dis- 
played but whom ( select OK I gal ths message: Error processing 
I FF file Dm s :p ri ntersvB J- 1 0 
Please help as Shis is driving me mad 

Mr S Etey, Market Drayton 

fasfaffltagi a printer dftver involves two lesks: Copying 
the correct printer driver to the Devs drawer of the 
Workbench disk and selecting the driver to use from 
within the printer preference editor: 


However, there ts a mistake in the Workbench 3 User s Guide 
The second step m copying u printer driver to the Workbench 
disk should read: 

2 Insert the Storage drsA mfo your disk drive and open ns 
window. 

As you can sw, the printer drivers are on die Storage dt$k and 
not on the Extras disk. Aft the other steps for copying a prtnfet 
driver to the Workbench disk are correct. 

The error message that you received was generated dy the 
PnntprPS preference editor. This editor js ticnci to set up printers 
that have PostScript capabilities and the error arose because the 
Gannon Bj- lOsx is not a PostScript printer 

Having copied the Canon BJtQ printer driver to 
the Workbench Devs drawer you should use the Printer prefer 
encc editor to select the driver. The preference editor that you 
need to use ts located jn the Prels drawer of the Extras dish and 
is called Footer. Use it to select the CnnonBJ lO punter type set 
any other preferences that you require, then dick on the 
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iw ti?jJJ Jet you rtrro^gft Ihe se pages. 

In the mrtrnJ'j'rTjf, yen CfluM try phoning 
Ci 7 ??o?? iktJa details of the A1200 port pin s to 
see if they ran te(p. You could rtiso c'tf ^ Wang 
out to check your mchim as it has a one-urn 
on-site warranty, 

CineMorph 
Junior & DPaflnt 

I own an AfiGfl and have just 
bought the August issue of 
f you t magazine. I am having 

problems trying to load my own files cre- 
ated with Deluxe Paint 3 into CineMoiph 
Jl 

1 have tried potting JPG on the end of 
all the filenames, but when 1 try to load 
them, no picture comes- up on either the 
source or destination windows. 

Also, how do L access Disk Doctor? I 
have heard that it is on the Workbench 
dink but cannot find it 

/ AZ/Prrb 1 , Rotherham 

F w Cine Morph junior is capable n / 
handling DPnint pictures fatl. by 
the sounds of things, the ones that 
you are trying to ^iiracf fake up (Pfl much RAM 
The solution is to load your pictures 
into DPtfiflf S3 brushes,, half their sue then 
save ihem to disk before loading CinvMorph 
junior. 

Disk Doctor was not included with 
Workbench 2 and is no great toss. You 
would be better off with a utility like 
Disksalv2 - and where would you find 
such a marvellous program? Ux>k no fur- 
ther than the October CoverDisk, 

Mouse/joystick 

switcher 

1 am a student in my tenth year 
p at Holy Family College. I am 
current ly carrying out research 



Yckj got problems too? Then drop 
a line to Amiga Computing Advice 
Service, Europa House, Adfington 
Park, Macclesfield SK10 4NP and 
we'll move heaven and earth to 
help in these columns. But sorry, 
we cannot reply personally, so 
save those SAEs, 


for my GCSE course in Design and 
Technology, 

The research that I collect should help 
me produce an electrical or mechanical 
device. For my project J have decided to 
investigate a mouse/ joy stick switcher for 
my Amiga 50fl- such as the RobcShift 
device, 

I would be very grateful lor any infor- 
mation concerning the mouse /joy stick 
switcher, especially the inner workings of 
such a device. Again, thank you in 
advance for helping me out. 

Richie Prado, London 

As you are working towards an 
examination if ii'auld he unfair on 
other candidate* for us te explain 
exactly how a mouse/joystick switcher works, 

However you might care fp look m 





Using CrossDos With Maxiplan 

^ I road with interest your reply lo Martin grundy about inslailmg Maxiplan on 
hard disk and running if from Workbench. I don’t ha^e a hard drive but run 
m my wordprocGs&Qm and so on from Workbench, so l copied the explode 
library fo my Workbench libs drawer and it runs OK 

My problem is that I have Installed CrossDos on a Workbench disk and while 
WordPerfect and KmdwordS recognise CroSSDo®, Maxiplan doesn't. 

On Wordperfecl or Kindwords the tile requesters bolh show QfQ'JPCft: or DPI :/PCi : 

but not Maxiplan. Any Suggestions please? 

Both my wife and l are new to computing as we only bought the machine and exter- 
nal drive in February this year. I find the Shell Irustmhng if you get your spaces and 
colons in the wrong places. 

A little tip I picked up in one of the mags I read each month is that if you select Show 
Ail liles from the Workbench screen Instead ol going into the Shell, you can move, 
copy, delate and so on Irom tee Workbench, 

Also, lo take up less room, select View By Name from ihe pull-down menus. 1 think 
though, these two options are only on WB2 and above but i‘m not sure, but it ma*ea 
lite a loi easier if tike me you’fa not techie, 

Peter Fox, Doncaster 

r Meny f hunks for passing on the Workbench Sip, if yoo have found 
it useful f hart we am sure there are other newcomers who will also find it 
beneficial, fn answer to your CrossDos query, try typing PCO: into the 
path fiefd of ihe fife requester. 


Amiga Computing November 1993 


Ihe Amiga System Programmer's Guide 
from Abacus' i ISBN 1-55 755-03 4-4) which 
describes ihe gameport hardware and how 
it is used. 


Colour laser 
printers 

As 4 long-time subscriber to 
your excellent magazine I value 
you r opinions on alt things 
Amiga and would therefore like to ask 
you about a subject that no Amiga maga- 
zine seems to touch on: Colour laser 
printers. 

At present 1 run an A4000/030 (a 
superb machine} which is connected to a 
Panasonic KX-P4420 laser printer (also a 
fine machine) to produce pictures, 
scanned images, verses and so on 
using FageSlream., Art Expression, 
Word worth and DPasnt TV which I then 
sell to friends for personalised presents for 
christenings birthdays,., you get the 
picture (ha ha!). 

Of course, the Panasonic La -a mono 
■ non-PostScript printer and I am sure my 
portfolio (and my sales!} would increase h 
1 could offer my customers a more colour- 
ful product. 

I already own an MFC FMt colour dot 
matrix printer so l know dot matrix is def- 
initely nul, and my test drives nt inkjets 
such as the HF5501- show that the** print- 
ers also fall short in producing consumer- 
acceptable quail ty. 

At last, we reach colour laser PostScript 
printers! Yes, 1 know they are expensive - 
a QMS CobfSf fipl is £3^000+ and the NRC 
Culormate PS/80 is well over £4/500 (they 
are advertised in a PC magazine}, but if 
they produce colour images to the quality 
of a mono laser T would seriously consider 
purchasing one 

Presumably, being PostScript they can 
be driven by the Pustscript printer driver 


Open Sesame 



i would like nil my 
CovorDisks while booling to 
ask tor a password to com 
tmun loading. Are thorn any com- 
mands which I could add to the 
startup- sequence which would do 
this* Or would i have to write a pro- 
gram and add at lo Ihe startup 
sequence? If this is the case, I own 
Amiga Basic. Amos. Hi Soli Basic and 
Devpac 2 Which should I use? 

I have wiillen a password program 
in Amiga Basic but I don't know how or 
II i( con bo added to ihe startup 
sequence to run while booting. Could 
you please help me 7 

Janet Hatoway, Rugby 


It would be poirrHess to by to 
/JH protect a CwerDisk baceim 
anyone who wanted to wse rf 
Without yCHi'r permission cou^rf gO util 
und buy then own cxy^yy for send oft for 
faick issues). 

L'ven it you did wide your Own pro 
gro m r wfnef is there that would prevent 
someone by-passing your protection? 
Answer nothing 


installed on my hard disk, yes? If not, tk 
manufacturers should he able to produce 
a driver jf they want tn make a sale. 

These printers seem to come with 4Mb 
or BMb of memory as standard - is this 
sufficient to produce a full colour A 4 
picture? 

Before S get carried away and start ask- 
ing too many questions about n 
specific product, perhaps you would 
consider run cling a one-off comparison 
test between various colour lasej 
printers? 

H j e something none of the other Amiga 
magazines have done yet„ as far as E car 
remember, so there could be a little one* 
upmanship for you. 

Thank* for taking the time to read this 
letter and any advice from your good 
nelves would be gratefully received. 

Philip Berks 

r ll should he pnssiWr Jp J hr 

PostScript driver with arty 
PostScript printer. We expect that 
any manufacturer worth their salt would gc 
out of their way to freip you if this Ktas found 
rtflC to be the caw. 

The amount of printer memory does not 
affect whether ur rref a full colour A4 
picture can he tfirtpld. Howrarr, f/rr toftfff (hr 
printer buffer r ihe less time yiW Amiga will 
be tied up. A 4 Mb buffer should k’ fn-- 
she right amount f(t hold an AJ! page 
but dearly having would be your \v$t 
option, 

Finally, n#t many Amiga owners urn 
afford mono laser printers, never mind cohur 
ones. An article comparing cotour laser print- 
ers would have limited appeal to our readers 
and we art unlikely to cover them in tlir fore* 
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5. Best printer 


a □ Epson EPL5000 
b □ HP Deskjet (all models) 
C □ Canon BJI1Q 
d □ Citizen Swift 200 
e □ Star LC-200 


6. Best monitor 


a GcBMlOSiS 

b □ Philips CM8833 mk2 
C □ CBM 1942 
d □ NEC 4 KG 
e □ CBM 1%0 


7. Best scanner 


3 — ) Epson GT 6500 
b —I Power ColourScan 
C □ Alfa Data Colour Scan 
d □ Sharp PC100 
6 — J Migraph OCR 


Q . My choice for overall best 
hardware add-on of 1993 is: 


Software 


9. Best 

wordprocessor 


a □ Pretext 5,5 
b J Word worth 2 
C L) Kindwords 3 
d □ Final Copy II 
C J Excel lence 3 


lO. Best office 
package 


a U Maxi plan 4 
b Q Superbase Personal 
c □ Superbase Pro 4 
d □ ProCale 
0 CJ Supra GPFax 




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Clarity 16 

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11. Best 
productivity 


*3 U Directory Opus 
b Art Dept Professional 
C LJ Amiback Tools 
Q □ Quarterback Tools 
C □ ProControl 


12. Best 
language 


ft □ Lattice S AS C v6 
b □ Amos Pro 
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d □ HiSpeod Pascal 
0 —I Devpac 3 


13. Best Art 
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ft Cl Brilliance 
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d _i Art Department Prof. 
0 J Art Expression 


14. Best DTP 
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b Q PageStieam 2.22 
C □ PageSetter 3 
d □ Final Copy II 
0 □ The Publisher 



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d □ Caligari 24 
0 □ Aladdin 4D 


16. My choice for overall best 
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B □ Goal! 

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d □ FI Grand Prix 
0 _J VI i crop rose Golf 


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17. Best arcade/ 
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Ll □ Flashback 
b □ Superfrog 
C □ Desert Strike 
d □ Body Blows 
€ □ Pinball Fantasies 


18. Best 
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3 □ Sensible Soccer 


3 □ Diggers 
b □ Populous 2 
C □ Megalomania 
d □ Civilization 
C □ War in the Golf 


20. Best 
adventure 


a Q Monkey Island 2 
b J Indiana Jones and the 
fate of Atlantis 
C □ Curse of Endian ti a 
d □ Eye of the Beholder 1 
0 □ Darkseed 


21. My choice for overall 
best game of 1993 is: 


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Scribble PD V022 

Here's one of I hose PP lJ that com- 
bines a load of previously available pro- 
grams (although 1 must tidmit I've seen 
less than aH of them before) which are, 
unsurprisingly, aimed at the Amiga-run 
home office. 

The Workbench hn§ been customised, 
basically with the addition of a futuristic 
space- style font (although the option is 
there to change this should you wl&h by 
messing wsth the Startup sequence). 
There's also Ft screen saver, which is a nice 
addition. So here are the programs con- 
cerned: 

Run QED 

Thb is d woidproceesor, and not a bad one 
at that, As well as adequate arid indeed 
rather flexible editing functions, you can 
l-uL and edit letters words, tines and su on, 
and tdki' advantage of page-based features 
using: the Shift/ Amiga set of functions. At) 
nf these are also shown on menus across 
the top of the screen. 

Other features which might surprise 
include a macro facility, adjustable tabs 
and margins (good for pre-printing for- 
matting), and even the ability to replace 
tabs with spaces, so that when you hit the 
Tab key you actually get a number of 
spaces instead. 

I his kind of feature would be useful in, 
fur mh-tmioe, eKperimen ting to find the best 


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files to other wnrdprocessors, 

Of course as PD, something must give. 
There's no dictionary or tout ha sidling, 
and the whole ihing does look a laltk 
basic, but nevertheless you can swap and 
change the colours to make it look a little 
more how r you might Wcint it, and as pa rf 
of a bundle at this price, Run QED is a 
winner. 

Show STD 

Simple (indeed, the title is rather self- 
explanatory) hut it r s one of those pro- 
grams you sit and mess with for as- long as 
il takes for you to stop yourself 

Show S I D displays a map o\ llte British 
Isles and a small window 1 . Clicking m the 


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window displays a cursor, and one then 
tvpes in any STD code. The program sim- 
ply displays on the map where the region 
covered by your chosen S'3 U code is (13663 
is Nt*w Mills, Derbyshire^ for instance) 
and tells you textual ly the area's name, 
too. 

One omission is the categorising ot 


metropolitan codes into areas. "Outf 
Lund on ,r for Uhl is hardly specific - mai 
be a later version will include separate 
larger maps of the Tnetrttpolitan regions s 
that "061"4£7 J ' elicits J, Marple, Cheshire" 
(for it is there) rather than "Manchester^. 

Nevertheless, it s a good little program 
to have kick ion around your turn! drm 
and a great time-waster should you have 
ten- minutes spare, 

CakKey 

This is a great little calculator which can 
run in the background while you're dome 
something else, only popping up when 
you need it. 

Pressing Alt and - displays the calcula- 
tor's window, where one notices that a? 
well as lire usual calculator functions, this 
model incorporates A to F across the top 
of iis keys (mouse-click or keyboard acti- 
vated) meaning decimal to hex and vice 
versa conversions ate feasible, 

lt H s a great accessory for coders who 
might need to use such a feature regularly, 
and indeed for anyone who often feels (he 
need to reach for a calculator while com- 
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Famed tor their conli nuing series of games compilations. Assassins 100 is a typi- 
cal Ihree-gamed compilation wfclh Assassin s usual function-key control and very 
neat menu system for selecting between them. 

Y&u get Bload Runner, which is a very odd and strangely addictive platformer 
with tiny sprites that make lemmings look like (he biggest icons this side of the 
Phoenix bonus stage 1 

You must run around I he screen, up and down ladders, avoiding, I he tiny men 
who come for you by digging holes. 

These make the men turn into what look to me like hay bales P which you then 
run into. They then disappear. Confused? DonT be, Just be intrigued. Oh, and 
when you’ve got it and worked out whal It's all about, please lei me know! 

Next up is Solitaire, a game which I'm mercifully more aware ol. Coming from 
Australia, this version contains all the usual tweaks (llmer, show cards, undo last 
move and so on ) and has some very nice graphics complementing the classic 
gamepJay, 

Good anywhere. Solitaire ports across Id the Amiga quite happily and is as 
absorbing as your propensity to play single-person card games lor hours on end. 

Finally, Monaco is a racing game which, although basic, is very fas I and 
smooth and has a gorgeous picture of Monaco Itself as an opening screen. 

There are no bends - basically you stop cars driving up your rear and make 
sure you don I run inlo other cars, while negotiating sun r snow and nighl (where 
all you can see is whal your headlights illuminate). 

And it s surprisingly fun. too, being a kiltie like those early, frantic and furious 
bLil laughably simple arcade driving sims wilh a seal and a steering wheel, Nice! 



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favourite word processor half-way 
through a letter to the bank manager just 
lo make a fwi 1 financial calculations, and 
Calc Key helps you to avoid such awk- 
wardness. 

Organised! 

With its name changed From FjloFax to 
something presumably a bit less inflam- 
rruitory, Organised' is a very impressive 
personal organiser, with an interface very 
deliberately designed to mock the real 
thing* 

Viiu are shown a double pa^e (tf an 
■ pen FiloFas. To move backwards and 
forward you simple click on the page 
Turning gadgets, nr to move to a different 
section (function) you can click on the 
page dividers. 

Different functions include a calendar, 
which can go Forward and backwards as 
many years as you wish at the click of a 
button, a daily diary, which again is 
instantly flick-through -able; and a large 


add ress book, so you 'll never ha^e a ru 
HP "S* page again! 

Incidentally, there's a RTF gadget at the 
bottom of every address p age - ■ 

girl /boyfriends and other fallen tmr^ 
grace contacts can be removed at will 

As well as a simple notetaiok, there b a 
preferences page tucked a I the back 
which allows you to mess with o ins 
load and save data, configure the ‘nnsm 
saver and so on, 

This is a novel and attract he person*! 
organiser which does its |ob extreme 
well. If you spend enough time in Front ; 
your computer to set up and use such a 
program, you won't go far wrong with 
this one. 

The Money Program 

l feet really guilty every time I see ■ *ne ■ : 
these personal money organiser pr, ,::j;: - 
However, if you have more dedication 
than me and are prepared to use them on 
a regular basis fa built-in clink in vour 



Calling all PD libraries... 

...and individuals with anything remotely worth my while having a peek at. If you want 
something released as PD, or you're a ibrary with stacks of hoi new stuff that you haven't 
seen reviewed in these pages yes why not drop me a line with a copy, lull documaniatiofi 
and everything dearly labelled I promise I II at least look at your work 

From music jq education, business to utilities - anything you Felt deserved you shov- 
ing onto a floppy disk, iemme at it and I'll do the rest. Address? 


Pfttl Morse. PD submissions. Amiga Computing 
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to type the date in £my run um shirt the 
otherwise), -nidi programs can 
be tp you to keep a firm grip on your 
m-povy 

O p t ion - include the ability to enter 
v i> a r t r j n s j c t i ons v i v w t hem ^ n v o u 
would on si bank Ststemrfit, get ,1 balance, 
run multipie accounts (a savings account, 
a high interest number,, a wc^biliy-eitiplv 
current account, and so onji and oven 
-houid vou ivi-li to prL'dprtdtV tli.it ill-, lit 
attack - view your account fi* j graph 
The\ ve made judicial use of the colour 
ted here, UN3, 

St> .1 nice program, but I'm still not 
convinced that much more than j liiindfut 
ftf highly organised people achially use 
programs like thl> Still. I might wed he 
proved wrong.,. 

Tic Tac Toe 

5 nr Hnme light relief in-between wrting 
out your accounts, writing to your kink 
manager and looking up vour granny's 
STD ante. Tic Tac Toe is a computer ver- 
'!■ 'Ti of noughts and crosses - a corporate 
distraction put on hcrv H presumably r for 
completion'-, sdke* 

# lAi'mli, Sc ribble Office jMi admirable, 
well presented and useful suite of pro- 
grams, which ririe above the crowd due to 
their nice interface and overall consis- 
tency If you fancy more than two of these 
programs, buy the disk. 

PD 

Compilation 

Holmes Brothers PO 

This compilation is nicely presented in L i 
bag with its contents, and it does Indeed 
contain some rather interesting and often 
downright useful stuff 

Among it w Vims Checker h.2 B (nice 


and up to d.nef: NumPad, a neat little util- 
ity for rill you 'AfcOCi owners struggling 
with flight Sims and CAD packages 
dc mainline the use of a keypad, which 
simulates the aforesaid; Degrades a little 
util it 1 , ivhich allows you to run earlier 
gamos on later Workbench 2 /3- machines 
(A5CK)f, A 600, A 1200, A 4 000}; 452 (1) 
cheats: a number of archivers and 
dearth i vers; and I\tu, an attractive screen 

It you're after \u*\ one of these, 1 can 
guarantee that once you get the dkk 
there'll be something else on there to your 
liking as well. A bumper value bundle. 

DCopy 2 

Roberta Smith PO 

1 ain't going to go into the politics of disk 
,. but suffice to my that there arc 
justifiable circumstances in which you 

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This month s An award goes to Carl Inc - a 
name which mighl ring bells with regular 
readers ot this column, as one ol his ani- 
mations (a Christmas scene, if i recall cor- 
rectly) got a nghl slagging courtesy of mot 
However, eilher I've mellowed or Carl 
has improved his programming techniques 
because while C«rcus (This demg^ follows 
his usual Formula of presenting a cartoon 
scene where all ihe characters do little 
things over and over again, all of which arc 
amusing, I Found it really enjoyable* 
ll s the knie touches, like the eyeballs oF 
the crowd all Allowing in unison when the 
human cannonball snoots through the roof 
of l ! ie urcus marquee, that make it For me. 

I was also rather amused by the down 
and the dog which jumps through a hoop 
on demand, indeed wherever on the 
screen you look you sec something 
chuckle^worlhy taking place 

It's a mce little animation, and one that 
makes up in humour lor what it lacks in 
originality. 


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Right Way 

Roberta Smith 

This is a Gorman program which mercifully contains enough English to make it 
playable by your average island-based Kengphobe 

Once you're pas* the seemingly endless plethora ol opening screens, you find 
youfsett, joystick-clasped, guiding a load of tiny Lemming- like creature to an exit. It 
sounds a little like Lemmings, doesn'1 is 9 The diilerence is that here you dont 
have any control at all over the creatures themselves. 

Mo, your task is to move the objects that make up the screen mlo such pos 1 
lions that the r lemmings r can make their way safely through 

It's a novel variation, addictive to boot, and has the added obscure value cl 
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Tu use DCopyZ to its full potential 
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classic to be powerful and flexible, 


Code M wig us 

Nicholas Smith 

St's quire ea&y to write programs to tent 
the user on a certain subject. It's peanuts 
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Amiga Computing November 1993 


Tell ^(HIF 
highway iGkfc 
with Muiryirs 

thumbs op. And so it is with the mysteri- 
ously named Code Miongus, Mo? a secret 
service code, this is actually referring to 
the altogether less enigmatic but Infinitely 
more useful highway coder 

The program asks you ten question of a 
textual nature (“What do three lines on 
the kerb mean?" tor instance) toll owed by 
ten road sign questions, where you get a 
iull colour representation of the road sign 
complete with a question. 

After a total of 20 questions, you're 
given a mark and an author's personal 
comment ("OK but could do better" - you 
know, that kind ot thing). 

It's a simple program, but a highly use- 
ful one, ll helped me to brush up on a few 
things I definitely should have known, 
and for thuse learning to drive, it would 
prove m valuable. 

DiskSalv 2 

Dynamic Designs 

This is a very slick, very well presented r 
and above all, very functional disk repair 


utility, along the lines ot a program \u 
use called Norton Utilities cm the M. 
(which, needless to sav, costs an arm 
a leg), 

On the Amiga side, TNskSalv 2 is has 
rally like the legendary Fixdlsk, except 
boast a few improvements to make it l* 
more useful to today’s Amiga user. 

The -WMb limit imposed on Ffrdisk by 
itself - meaning us cm of half-decent 
hard drives were not fully catered for - is 
not a problem In D^kSalv, and it is lull', 
conversant with all the new file and fold- 
ers type* associated with Workbench 
and 3 machines. 

It looks good, works well and is ai 
absolute must tor anyone without such 
utility, nr bugged by one of the Linutotioi 
that DiskSalv 2 can circumvent. 


Contact 



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Main Slreel, Tingewick MKifl 4NN 

Dynamic Designs, 63 Daleslde 
Avenue, Pudsey, Leeds LS2B 8HB 

Holmes Bros FD, 23 fiocesler 
Avenue, Wednesfieid, 
Wolverhampton WVll 3AU 

Roberta Smith PD^ 190 Fahoden Way, 
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A500 Gaboon Classics £199.00 

A600 Wild Weird & Wicked. ,£229. 00 

A600 HO Epic Pack ..£299.00 

A 1200 * £299.00 

A 1 500/ A2 000 ,.£phone 

A3000 „.,£plione 

A4000 £phone 

Monitor £195.00 


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RAM & DISK DRIVES 

External Disk Drive £55 .00 

A5?0 CDRom + Software ....£149.00 

A500+ 1 meg Exp., £33 95 

A5QG »nt drive £49.00 

A500 512k no clock *....£18.95 

A500 512k + Clock ....£23.50 

A5QG + Imecj exp £37.00 

A600 1 meg + dock £44.00 

A500 1 .5meg ....£79.00 

A 500 Bmeg, 4 fitted ......£169,00 

GVP 42meg ..£249.00 

GVP 60meg £299.00 

PRINTERS & RIBBONS 

Star LC20 ...£133.00 

Star LC100 Colour,,. £169.00 

Star LC200 Colour.... .,,£194.00 

Seicosha 24 Pin Colour £199.00 

Star LC24-200 Colour ...£274.00 

LC100 mono ribbon £4.50 

LC 100 colour ribbon ........ ....... .£6.75 

LC24 200 mono ribbon ....,..£5.50 

LC24 200 colour ribbon £13.50 

LC2Q mono ribbon .,..£4.50 


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85 MEG £189 

130 MEG £269 

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3.5“ DSDD £0-37 each 

3.5" Rainbow £0.44 each 

3.5" DSHD £0.56 each 

3,5" DSDD Fuji (box of 10) .£4.90 

3.5" DSHD Fuji (box of 10) ......£8.90 

5,25" DSDD Fuji (box Of 10) . £2.50 
5 25 DSHD Fuji (box of 10) ... £4,90 

1000 3.5" labels.. £6.50 

1000 3.5" iraciorteed £6.50 

STORAGE BOXES 

Most types are available for 3.5 or 
5.25" disks 

10 capacity £0.95 

40 capacity „ ,,....£3.49 

50 capacity £3.95 

1 00 capacity £4 . 50 

80 capacity Banx drawer .,..,..,.£8.49 
150 capacity Pqsso drawer ..,£15.95 
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Trigger Grip Models 

Quickstiot turbo £6.95 

Python 1M £7.99 

Jettighler £12.00 

Topstar £19,50 

Intruder £21.50 

Base Fire Button Models 

Maverick 1M. £12,95 

Megastar £21 ,50 

ZipSt ick „ £12 .95 

Comp Pro 5000" £10.95 

Comp Pro Extra.,... £12.95 

Comp Pro Star ,., £12,95 

Cruiser Multicolour* £9.95 

Comp Pro Star MINI £14.95 

Aviator 1 Flighty oky„ £23.50 

Handheld Models 

Speedking £10.50 

Navigator £ 13.95 

Bug £12.00 


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Warriors, £14.95 

Saitek Megagrip 3..,,.,, ,..£19.50 

Speedking Analog £13.95 

Intruder 5 ,,,,....,..,.,....,,..£25.50 

Aviator 5 FSghlyoke. ...... £27.50 

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CaiMTENTSm :■ 


2-T An overview of how 


today's CD machines will change the way we play games 







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The technology behind full motion video and what it will do for all CD32 users 



wVh&ts in the box? 

CD32's tech specs and inner secrets revealed. What trickery lies within? 







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Can Sega's marketing muscle continue to push the outdated 16-bit Mega CD? 


ne LU-i challenge 

Philips CD-I could be CD32's major competition. So how does it shape up? 

CD3B Gamer 

The best CD32 games reviewed and previewed, including an interview with CD32 developers 


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With t/te arrfvd/ of ED32, the 
entire t /idea gomes market is 
about to change far ever. 
Amiga Lomputing takes a look 
at the future and the mouth- 
watering entertainment we 



Q en years ego, the vast majority of computer gamers were loading their 
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for Ihe 64k or so c4 game data to transfer to their machine's memory chips, 
Floppy diski and hard drives worn around el the time, but ihey were 
mostly the preserve of much more expensive machines. 

A disk (Hue lor the C64 hold.ng only 170k ot data on 5,25m disks, and almost as stow 
as ^apc, co&t E30 more than an A60Q uo&s today, and hard drives Ol more than 10Mb in 
capacity were considered to he hugs 

Spectrum owners who bough’ Mierod rivet: were astonished by the speed and flexibility 
of the device, which illustrates just how I idle we all expected, 

W4h the advent ol the Atari ST and the Amiga., we teeped fronr -9-bit to 16^t, from 


iape to floppy, and the modern home computer games market was bom. Pew had hard 
drives, and CD, never mind! CD-ROM, wbs stilt on the drawing board 

In 1993 the next step on the evolutionary ladder is toeing taken hy machines such as 
CD-I, Mega CD, and the superb new CD32 

For owners ol the new Am.ga, floppy-based games with their slow loading limes and 
multiple Cfefc. swaps will toe no-ihmg more than a fading memory, and the rasinciions ol the 
storage medium wl! be blown away toy ihe compact di&c’s EQOWp of space. 

It is dear that although the technology built in to the CD3£ is littkj mtterant from the 
A1200, ns alliance of 32-b*t power and the CD medium will result :n a whole new genera- 
tion of games. 

Evan more dramatic improvements are promised by lull motion video (FMV) when 
Commodore release the Mpeg add-on card bslwoen now ana Chnsimas, though woeiher 
software houses will use FMV ?n actual games is a moot point. 

What we can promise you rs an explosion in gamirg quality, music videos on CD, and 
feature films with ful fljg?tal vdeo ard CD^qualily sound whnh never get chewed up, 
never look like a. snowstorm, and which do away with the tracking button on VCRs, 

The games explosion may lake sis months or more - until the software houses really 
get their teeth info Ihis new Amiga - but from the early s*gns and screenshots we've seen 
and included in these pages, y&u'lt agree that the tuse has been well and truly lit 



CD1S AMIGA November S93 






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A ll this year marking suits and trend 
analysts across the leisure industry have 
been hitting the trail, prelit forecasts in one 
hand and CO in the other, to preach the 
new Faith to the press and the buying public. 

CD is on the verge ttf a second coming, they tell us, 
with record, film, and video games sectors about to meet in 
the middle for the biggest explosion in the leisure field 
snce Space invader. 

Cross-fertilisation is nothing new - games have always 
leeched cfl she him and music industry lor ideas, sound- 
tracks, and movie licences, What is new this year is lhat lor 
the first lime, ail three types of entertainment are beginning 
to appear on the same medium and even the same disc. 

The opportunities lor casing in are- endless, and it is 
this scent oF trash meal which has sel the dig boys in ihe 
expensive Italian suits to quivering with rtgllar-drugged 
excitement. New markels in the leisure field are hard to 
come by + but this one still has the capping papor on, 

Take the typical computer game movie tie-in as an 
example. Al present the marketing possibita are good, 
with exira publicity lor both game and film, T-shirts, 
posters, and stickers in the box, and PR executives hyping 

Slow starter 


Many observers at the birth d Video CP took detignt in 
predicting that the market was going to explode, bul an 
initial burst oF sales is unlikely. CD32 will see huge 
sales because its games software wi l be superb, hurt it 
will be a long hard slog lor straightforward Video CD 
players. 

In the fits! year of commercially via bio audio CD. 
only around 20,000 players were .sold in Ihe UK, mostly 
to classical music buffs who were eager for compact 
disc's crystal clear sound quality. The fir$i year of Video 
CO is likely lo see a repeal of Ihis sales curve. 

Movie buffs with generous walfets nave already 
shown that they will fork out impressive Sums on 12 
inch Laserdisc machines, a high-end expensive formal 
which has $Een a steady i ncrease in support by way of 
the sod ol cut! Films whch aficionados crave 

This section of the movie-watchmg community will 
be the first to ;ump on Video CD, closely followed by 
music tans to whom the digital rock video wilh perfect 
sound appeals. 

Unfortunately, the rest of us will probably slick with 
our audio CDs and VCRs tor a while, held back by the 
inertia of owning perhaps hundreds of pounds worth of 
movies on tape. This will last as long as it takes for the 
standard to jtm until the benefits make it too good to 
pass up, and it high street shops can otter a service 
who'oby tapes are transferred to CD in the same way a 
Kodak shop will put snapshots on Photo-CD, the take- 
up rate could be huge. 

Watch for a rapid boom around Christmas 1994 and 
a drop in the pree of Video CD players once rampeli- 
tion stiffens. With Philips, NEC, Sony and the rest 
battling tor markel share, the Video CD player will be as 
common in two years as the audio CD player has 
become loday, 


it all until they drop. By next year, an extra dimension will 
have been added 

Imagine pepping Steven Seagal's latest blockbuster (in 
which he finally opens his eyes) into a CD32, watching five 
minutes of FMV video trailer, then browsing Ihrough a 
section of HarnS stills tram the movw's action seqM&n^ 
before proceeding to the game. 

Imagine then a game involving huge chunks cl action 
digitised directly from the movie, superb stereo movie 
soundtrack, and featuring Fdr Seagal himsall {felly digitised 
cl course i as she game s main proponent ol bloody 
mayhem 

Does ih*s sound bederthan a box containing a poster, a 
set oF slick-on Seagal eyebrows, and a game wih one inch 
h?gh sprites chasing each other across 32-cotour platforms 
tc the strain of yet anothat mind-btowingly banal tuns? IF 
not, you must be one of those people who insisted that the 
text adventure would always be superior to Ihose with 
crude graphics. 

if ino scenarift sounds good trem a consumers point ctf 
view, lake a mmole to see Ihm^ from me viewpoint of our 
salivating salesperson. 600Mb of disc spac* - 74 minutes 
□f iutf mot-art video whon using Mpeg - means ample room 





For advertising, 0&96 competitions, catalogue, information 
services, and a host ol other promotional malerial a«l on the 
same disc ns loe much more weteofne Him, game, and 
soundtrack. 

The notion of walchtng films and proper TV^styfe ads on 
a CD dtisc seems strange at the moment, but it won't be 
tong before it is as accepted os watching a film paying off 
a piece of magnetic tape. One look at CD33 going through 
rls FMV paces will tie enough «o convince anyone. 

Again if Video CD takes off m the mass market, the 
dcfectom al Fast forwarding through Ihe F rsl two episodes 
cf Btackadder to roach your favourite will be replaced by 
pimply lumping between iracks in exarily the same way as 
flipping through an audio CD album. 

A luxury at First, this will soon become commonplace 
and the notion of using a VCR tor viewing commercial 
movies will seem rather primitive. 

A spokesman from Philips, main moving lorce behind 
CD-I* confirmed that a number of major manufacturer are 





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We 'll give people 
music on toenails 
and egg shells if 
that 's what 
they want 

Jett Gterk-hfeads, Bftlish Phamgraptuc Industry 

working on their own CD players which, though no' 
designed to play games, will oe compatible with Video CE 
and which will feature Mpeg chips either as addrons or ai 
an mtegral facility. 

In the near Future it is hoped that Mpeg chips will come 
down in price encugh to make them viab e as standarc 
technology on all such players 

Al this pomt. the mass market for Video CD should be 
confirmed and the big music and video -companies ahoulc 
weigFi in with their massive financial muscle. Games or 
CD-ROM will, if anything, be by tar the smallest section d 
the new market. 

Ask yourself if the number of titles available on ail hom# 
computers comes dose to watching the surface of the 
array of tapes, IPs, and videos on sale in thousands o 1 
h igh streel shops, and your answer should pomt to ihe 
relative sues of the markels. 

Given she way lhat games, movies and music should be 



As t/jp music # vii 
and computer 
games industries 
rush towards each 
other at high 
Stevie Kennedy 
looks at what 
the result 
of the 
collision 
might he 









3 me 
Sard 


i :ming together in one big Video CD marketplace, Ihe 
rcgrtumlies for prtH. are immense, a sure way of qnsur- 
ng mat Ihe 1ormai really lakes Off 
With so much competition these days between the 
: tferent ways in which we can spend our leisure time, 
*±es in most areas have suffered from the competition of 
romoietety different media, Music sales in particular nave 
nit by computer game sales, and if the music industry 
:an make a push in a new market it win certainly ft so. 

number of music videos are already slated for 
production rn> Video CD formal, mostly live concede 
eluding U?'s Achlung Baby, and mere are bound to 
- jllow. CD mastering costs are as little as 35p per disc 
.•■net! bulk duplication is used, and the cost per minute of 
" gdising video lODlaye m Mpeg format is steadily 
decreasing. 

Hollywood too is beginning Ip get steamed up around 
me cdlar by he possibilities ol releasing fii^s in a format 
.*hrch would never degrade {no more muffled soundtracks 
and white lines} and which would meet Ihe buff's hunger 
for Ihe besl quality Paramount studios, pari 


Failing formats 


J be 
iM 
i on 
n of 


>me 
the 
s of 
the 


Video CD is based around the Mpeg 
1 protocols, agree d on paper a ooupte 
of years ago and now appearing in 
physical form as Mpeg decoder chips. 

The Sownat sets out how video and 
audio signals will be compressed for 
storage on CD then decompressed as 
they are pfayed, and has finally 
managed to gain enough support lo 
be an industry standard. 

Other competing formats have 
failed, though, so why should this one 
succeed? t! cm max videos, Digital 
Audio Tape and M$X computers 


spring to mind as formats which 
seemed to have a lot goingi lex them 
but which died horrible commercial 
deaths. 

Beta max failed because it was 
more expensive, even if of a higher 
quality than VHS, and OAT took a 
dive because it wes overtoil and much 
more expensive than CD. Finally, 
MSX tailed because though cheap 
and well supported toy Japanese etee- 
ironies ccmpar :ES, rt was the techni- 
cal equivalent oJ a dead dog, 

Video CD will succeed because it 


meeis the ma n benchmarks tor any 
new standard. Simply put. the tech- 
nology on which il is based is avail- 
able now and at a commercially viable 
price, and it offers a formal which 
provides good marketing opportuni- 
ties. If a new gadget is reasonable 
value for money and does something 
nothing also can do, it will Succeed. 

Of course, the final judgement will 
be down lo you and me and whether 
we spend our hard-earned pennies on 
it. I know what I'm going to do - what 
about yen tot? 


o! the MCA group which has a big interest in 300. have 
signed a deal already wnh Philips to produce movies on 
CD and they expect 30 to 50 titles tc be available this side 
d Chrisimas. 

Commodore have their own movie link-up, but 

are saying nothing 


about it and saving it for ihe launch ol the FMV cart, 
which now looks set for release In the second half of 
October. Obviously when movie ecmipanies siait to take 
an interest, the smell of money becomes almost 
overpowering. 

With such high-powered interest and the possib lilies 
offered to ah sons of compares by Video CD, 1&94 could 
be the year of the five inch disc, and any new owners of 
CD32 can rest safe in the knowledge 1M1 they are in it at 
ground level 



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ala c&npossion has always oeen one of the 
most important utilities on computor systems 
with finite storage and limited memory, but it 
wasn t unlif recently lhat this slaneMrd proce- 
dure was applied Ip graphics in such a way as to improve 
the way we use them. 

The first acceded standard was Jpeg, named after the 
Jotni Photographic Experts Group which was termed by 
researchers in the fields of ccrc^puiers and photography to 
devise a common way of storing masses of daia without 
lolling picture quality, Jpeg works by using complex mathe- 
matical methods to scan a graphic and encrypt it in such a 
way that information normally stored m, say, IFF or TIFF or 
GIF formats, is compfessod into a much more economical 
and universally accepied form, 

Depending rtfi (he amount of compression used, picture 
duality once the Jpeg is decoded can be Virtually identical 
to the original even though the Jpeg file itself can be one 
tenth Ihe size on disk. The only problem with Jpegs ps Ihai 
they lake a lot of decoding, even on an A40QQ. and are suit- 
able only for single image files. 

For animated images, particularly large digitised graph- 
ics, a new standard was required, and In May 1 SS& the 
Motion Pfolune Experts Group (Mpeg) was formed under 
the auspices of the Intemabonal Standards Organisation 
(ISO), Staffing with a sel of proposals on paper which 
involved nothing more than complex algorithms, calcula- 


CURRENT 

FRAME 


FORWARD PREDICTION 








Forward firert jet Itm is sifitj iff* unrip/fprf/UJ^ 


CURRENT 

FRAME 


BIDIRECTIONAL PREDICTION 








r.tnrt tthfir&t- t it a u it prediction Is much mart* effirient 


The whizz chips 


lions, and formulae for enggq.ng and decoding files, Mpeg 
gradually gained acceptance from ™st of the teq players 
In the market and the standard was born on S Decerr^er, 
1991 as ISO draft standard DPI 1 172. 

Mpeg files can be created and played back on an 
accelerated Amiga, and shareware Mpeg player programs 
already exist to make viewing Mpeg movies possible, but 
the nature of the intense ^mathematics of decoding the files 
necessitated the production of specify designed chips 
wouss sete purpose in life was to pope with this operation. 
The passage from drawing board to commercial Mpeg 
decoder add-ons has bean slow 1 , but now comoleie 

In bnet {Mpeg s precise technical format slretches to a 
100 -page book), an Mpeg signal is a data stream consist- 
ing of two parts: A system slream which bolds information 
about timing and $g on, and a compression layer which 
hods the compressed picture and audio data. An Mpeg 
decoding syslem therefore contains a number of chips. 

The first is a system decode*, which spits the picture, 
audio, and timing inJofmation nts three $$perate streams, 
Each of the picture and audio s1ream$ are then sent lo 


their own decoding chips, and ihe liming information is 
applied to both as decompression lakes place so that ihe 
nawty decoded data comes oul in an ntelligiole video signal 
with the actors' voices CQincidng with their lip movements. 

To compress the immense amounts ot daia being 
shoved cut by a video in the first pace, an Mp*g encoder is 
used to store the frames in a very clever fashion. Fiowever, 
anyone who has ever used DPaini to create an animation 
should be able to rolale to the process. 

The difference between one frame and another In any 
DPanl anim is usually turfy small, much smaller tn forms of 
bytes than Ihe amouni ot data ir 3 full frame It is therefore 
a tot easier to slo*e ihe second frame as a fopresemaiion of 
'be differences between itself and ihe preceding tramo. 
Get if? 

in other words, frame two is stored as the computer 
equivalent of ^same as last lime except the bit in the top left 
hand comer just moved lo its fegh:*. In DPaint, this is known 
as a Delta, whereas in Mp^g rt is called a Predicted Piclura. 
or P-Pcture. 

These use Infra Pictures, pictures stored a$ complete 


Mpeg has finally made 
it from drawing board 
to full production. Let’s 
see what it is and why 
it is so important 

frames, for reference when predicting what molion changes 
wi 1 have taken place by the time their turn comes to be 
shown. There ts an l-Pidure every half second to provide 
enough reference points for acetate preticlion and to fill 
the important role ot providing reference points in the 
stream. 

Augmenting the l and P-Pictures are the B-Picturas, or 
Bidirectional Pictures, which took forward and backward at 
the same time to previous and following frames in order to 
guess how ihey will have changed. Compressing down far 
smaller than any other type, there are iwo B- Pictures for 
every P-P>csure and it is these which give Mpeg its exceP 
lent compression rates. 

An ;nlelligjent lunghgn of the Mpeg algorimm is 10 ahe* its 
cximpressfon method to suit Ihe naeds of a particular digi- 
tised sequence. If, for example, the sequence will be 
accessed randomly by the user - perhaps to enable ihe 
editing together of digital video footage to a target VCR - 
the number of I -Pictures is set to two per second, and 
Decreased when a piece of tootage will never be accessed 
in this way. 

For example, a rock video transferred to GD would not 
require many l-Piduires, but a library of computer anima- 
tions might need to be accessed at almost any point, Mpeg 
provides flexibility for all occasions, and though Mpeg-2 rs 
already on the drawing board, like the now very old VMS 
format it is highly unlikely thal Mpeg 1 will be bypassed as 
an mduslry standard tor many years to come. 


VIDEO 

STREAM 



DECOMPRESSED 

VIDEO 


MPEG 

STREAM 


SYSTEM 

DECODER 


TIMING INFORMATION 


AUDIO 

STREAM 


AUDIO 

DECODER 


DECOMPRESSED 

AUDIO 


This IS /urn a basic Mop. decoder system links up 


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What’ 



Diemiiweli 
i* an adult 
adventure 
In £5£ 
glorious 
culuurs 


in 


! y the Tirrhe of its release, ihe Amiga 1200 had 
only Ha prce lag bo offar as 3 surprise. Most 0- 
us were prepared for a E499 launch, so £399 
was a plMsanl surprise and guaranteed an 
final wave of sales 

CD33, on Ihe other hand, was kept much more under 
■>.'305 by Commodore the scarcity of prepunch information 
i je all the more uru&jal because several games oompa- 
received prototypes si* moolhs in advance. 

The result was that a collection d duff rumours and specu- 
lation Kap: us a! guessing more or less until launch day. 

Magazines primed ‘best guess" stories about the 
-schine s specs end produced artist's impressions with 
h -dely varying (topees of accuracy, and rumours that the 
machine might have a 88030 or even Mpeg chips busit in 
*era rife, 

Through ail ol this, Commodore kept more or less silent, 

: esumaPly because they dianl warn speculation about 
felons and price points to spoil the party when their latest 
Etuiante finally came out. 

The strategy was a success, and only the muted disap- 
pointment that CD32's price was more than ihe hoped-for 
•2250 marred an otherwise perfect launch, A reaction which 
Commodore could nol have predicted was Ihe grudging 
acceptance d the unit's vital statistic?. 

Perhaps they thought lhal a 32-bit machine with 2Mb 
RAM, near 34-bit graphics, and a CD-ROM drive was good 
■•Hough tar most people, but grumbles could slili oe heard 
r-manating from some developers. Why? 

CD32 is based around a 3£-bit GBEGQ2D chip running at 
-MHz and delivering between three and live times the power 
of a 63000 as found in the A500 and Aj600. 

With such a CPU, CD32 is easily the most powerful ot Ihe 
ZD optons on after, and blows away both Mega CD and CD-I 
p terms ol raw speed, 

However, games dc-velnpc-rs have complained that it still 
sn't powerful enough. Comparing the machine 10 ihe usual 
-86 PC games machine with CO-ROM drive, some have 
-umbied trial C032 roll be unable to keep up m terms of 


and parallax efforts. Tne much graved spntes ire bigger 
and more colourful and graphics speed is greater than on 
ECS machines. 

n combination with 3Mb ol 32-til RAM and a 6&{|£Q. 
these elements form a powerful partnership which should be 
capable of harming jjsi about arryfoing ihrqwn at it. 

AG As so-called a 4x’ bitter, ihe chip responsible for 
transferring large b ocks of graphic data from RAM to 
screen, can Ihrow millions cl bytes at the screen every 
second, making possole the smooih fas gameplay we've 
ell coma to expert. 

As the AGA chip sol s only a year rtd, games program- 
me rs are still explonng ihe improvements which can be 
gamed by coding specifics fy tor it. and we are only now 
smarting lo see Ihe benefits in Ihe shape of enhanced At 200 
versions of games. 

In seme cases, ihe SBECOWs ac* of power in rastign 
1o Ihe 486 wi see some games run dower lhan th&- PC 
equivalents, but as most are programmed with Ihe massive 
user base of 3 86 users in mind, them should be preoaus 
tew of these. 


the 

box? 

CD3E is set to wow 
and amaze users 
with the quality of 


soeed with ihe Fasten PCs ard tial as a result some PC CD- 
ROM games wi not be oorweitibie, 

Signifcantiy, mosl of the grumblers are those who have 
yet to produce fur he format. Those who have had prototypes 
ano have been coding furiously For months are vary pleased 
■vih Ihe hardware, 

The AGA chip set gives game programmers the advan- 
tage of using dual piaytieftJ graphics lor ultra smwxh scrolling 


Given lime to properly spirit the AjQA chips zner incraas- 
ing experience with the posslbuilffifi of CD-ROM. compares 
which in Ihe past, have stranded me A5QQ eg its limits will no 
doubl bring us a Feast of superb games. Having seen me 
delights on otter from the first batch, we can only lick our 
collective lips al Ihe Ihcught ot what will appear on out 
shelves next yea*, 


its games, hut what 
makes the little 
chap tick ? 


Conversions galore 


Though there is a long list of brand new 
games wailing to be released on CD, it 
would be a M who ignored the fact that 
many companies will simply convert old 
Amiga games to nun off CD. 

Such bundling no doubl offers gneal 
value for money, but the only conver- 
sions which will take advantage pt the 
machine's extra colours will be those 
which come over tram ihe PC, 

CD32 has an exits chip, called a 



■l ' Jrts s lie Storage space 
m vans fr tussive games 


Planar chip, which 15 designed to access 
PC-style graphics from disc Of memory, 
then convert them al lightning last 
speed 1o Am ga graphics. 

In the PC world, a game which uses 
texture mapping (see Che landscapes on 
Falcon 3 fur an example} or a great cea 
or shifting huge pseudo-sprrtes around 
(4$ in Wing Commander} SlOreS its 
graphics in what ts called byte-per-pixe* 
format. 

This otherwise inflexible system is a 
great advantage fer games because 11 
means each pixel 1$ stored in memory 
as a single byte rather lhan as part of a 
mUWpte-tittpfene image, which means ii 
takes only one memory write 10 change 
its colour ralher than the eight it would 
take for an 6-bl image (356 colours) on 
the Amiga, 

In effect, this mean that games 
houses will oe able to use exactly ihe 
same graphics on Ihe Amiga and PC 



Cyhersjjwtce 
promises 
hilt 3D 
perspective 
and 

smooth 
st mlfiiuj 


versions of a game, making it easy both 
fe convert existing games and to 
develop new games for both machines 
at ihe same time, 

Some of ihe immediate benefits will 
bo scon in games like Draamweb and 
Cyberspace, and it won't be long before 
a steady siream of big 256-col our 
game$ slart la roll qtf the do pi ic riling 
machines. 


fl 


Price; EM9 
AvoMbte: IVijw 
RAM: dML 

pr^Nrs; ?56 fmm 1fi,4 
million nr 1 1m nil BBELUOQ 
CPU: 14MHz 32-blt BBECD20 
FfWVj taniabie (ate nma. 
price TQA 


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Infegral&d 32 frl Ram conveniently expandable to 5Mb or 9Hb 

v-ilh 1Mb Installed) QMng o maximum capacity of up to 11 Mb ta your Amigo 

1300. 

Option Ip conveniently install an FPU w|1fi op in 50MHt and oscWlrtot to 
Increase iperF&rmqnce. 

Real time battery backed^ Clock. Q must for hard drive users 
Auloconfig with zero wait stales. 

Ho*<t thon twice os fast as me graphic RAM of the Amiga 1200 thanks !& 
the double dock ra tes, and shorter access cycles 
IU07 compatible with alt Amigo 1200 
Easy insiatLaiian, giust plug in and go. 


Impbrtsmt;- 

PledSe mole:- To operate the Mathematic Ca-Pracessor wi(h dock rutos 
over 14HHz you need a Quartz IQscWalofl. The Quartz (OsciLLalor) must 
have the same clock rales as Ihe Mbthe-motie Co- Processor 



ITEMS 

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An 2 00 1 Mb with clock, no Oscillator, no fpu Ptocessor 

£115 DO 

AF 12 Q 0 5 Mb wllh dock, no Oscillator, no FPU Processor 

£ 239.00 

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£ 255.00 

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£290 00 

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£ 295.00 

Afl 200 5 Mb with clock. Oscillator. 33 MH* 68502 FPU 

£ 299.00 

AH 200 9 Mb wllh clock, no Oscillator, no FPU Processor 

£369 DO 

API 208 9 nb with clock. Oscillator. I6MH1 68882 fpu 

£ 415.00 

API 200 9 Mb wllh clock, oscillator. 20hhi 68882 FPU 

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£ 429.00 

AF 12 EJD 9 Mb wtlh clock, Oscillator. 33 MHj 68883 FPU 

£ 439.00 


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This superb 
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A gold a word winner in Amiga formal, 

House Only *410.91 

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the user base , 
but has it got 
the quality the 
public 


Mega CD 




Mosl ol the Meg a CD games released at lha machine- 
launch wane, predictably enough lairly straighttonvarc 
conversions from old Mega Drive games, However, as 
the months have gene by, proper CO tides have 
stoned to emerge. 

The first to lake real advantage of Mega CD was 
probably Jaguar XJ226, superior to any racing game 
on ihe cartridge system with fast, smoolh gamaplay 
and lots of if. Acres ol intro animation and a quality 
soundtrack gave Sega owners a lasts ol what CD 
could* do tar them and ihe game was a big hit. Olher 
titles fo appear on CD have been less impressive 
including many rocem ports such as Prince ol 
Persia, but there have been a coupae of excep 
tions. 

Read Avenger, for mslance, is unique in 
that if uses cartoon- style graphics in a Death 
Race 2QQQ- style scenario with masses oi 
animation on disc running under a Dragon's Lair 
system of-|ayshck mavemerns. 

While not the most interactive of games, and 
restricted to cartoon graphics by Mega CD's 
poor graphics, Road Avenger iis a definite 



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mce the phenomenal success of the Mega 
Drive, which has seen its sales in the UK 
climb towards one million, many industry 
figures have become mesmerised by the 
onemai threat *o other games machines. 

However, the sluggish sales of Mega CD and the poor 
qualify ol many of the garnet -available for it have exposed 
a gaping dhink in Sonic’s armour which must now believe 
spells Ihe end ol the Sega invasion. 

Mega CD <s, technologically, an old unit. Based on the 
iS-hit Mega Drive, it is firmly anchored in yesterday's 
chips, though the machine noes have several aovaniages 
over rts cartridge-based brother 

A 64k RAM buffer tor faster loading of data from disc and 
a 12.5MHz 60000 chip - twice as test as the Mega Dnve - 
ensure that Mega CD games will run faster and smoother 
than those on the original Mega Drive, and it goes wiihout 
saying thal CD provides unique games opportunities. 

The most exiting new Mega CD tilie, Sewer Shark, 
makes extensive use of digitised footage for is$ iniro 
sequences and pa.c*s a huge amount ol game daia onto 
the disc. 

However, il has no more colours on screen than any 
standard Mega -Drive game (64 from a palette ol 512) and 
uses the same (Hitt PCM sound which, without reverb, 
sounds no bettor than the Amiga's output 
Mega CD does have the ability 1o piay audio CDs end 
those in the CD-^G (G for graphics) format; bid il has no 
[acuity whereby FMV can be aodecL sc owners wiH never 
be able to join in the Video CD boom gr watch feature 
lj|ms on then g&mHs machine. 

In addition, the fact that Sega are being left behind on a 
world-wide CD standard is a bad omen for the future 
Hq t all bad news for Sega, though, as they at teasi 

have thousands of units in living rooms nationwide, and 
ample stocks in the h^gh street to ensure an aggressive 
presence. The Sega TV advertising campaign has been 


running all year and is. expected to go 
into lop gear for wnal must surely be 16- 
bit's last nig Christmas. 

If the package arrives wilh a couple of good 
CD games such as Sewer Shark, Mega CD might ysl 
have a good Cfinslmas and could yet steal some of the 
thunder Irom CD32 if Commodore’s much superior 
machine is outshone in Ihe PP department, 

With the shift in technology going against Sega, the 
only weapon left to them is marketing muscle, a commod- 
ity which ihey have in plentiful supply. 

BEST GAMES 

Commodore must cling to the hope that the British 
puDlic aren't as stupid as some marketing stulled suits 
seem to think, and that they won't be tooled by mutton 
dressed as iamb. 

In the end. as with ihe other two competing systems, 
the iinel winner - in the short term at least - will be Ihe 
one with ihe besl games, and Ihe Sega is certainly out of 
the running on that score. 

In terms ol price, Mega CD Is rattier expensive lor a 16- 
Dii system, cunrentty selling for £370 including the Mega 
Drive, or £270 without 

Thu puls il a,i a distinct disadvantage to CD32, which 
can boast no! only better technology, but a lower price tag, 
However, Sega's long established brand name is firmly 
emblazoned in Ihe m-.rids ol hundreds Of thousands Of 
games players, and it may lake a while tor such advan- 
tages to wipe it out. 


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improvement over sis predecessors ano a game which 
at least takes advantage el the CD's mass storage 
capabilities. 

Fusure releases show a much belief line-up, with 
titles such as Sherlock Holmes, an arcade quality 
Gcldan A xe (remember the superb original?) and beat- 
'em-ups such as Streets gf Rage. 

Whether these games will be of sufficient quality to 
match CD32's eventual output is doubtful but they w i 
at leasi bo on the slreels end available. 



CD32 AMIGA November J 993 












B ompact Disc interactive (CD-I) was 
launched last year into a market which had 
already given CDTV a rescuing fc«* into 
(ouch, and has so lar failed to sell m 

.atume. 

However, wilh a cheaper player unii and the backing 
f Dig names like Sony and Philips, whal looked at first 
• q another adventurous turkey could turn out lo be a 
strong contender in the new CD marketplace. 

With a user base of onty about 25,000 In Eba UK, 
CO’ I has a long way 1o go, but the software Mas now 
»ing released promise much lor the machine's fuiure, 
and plans by its backers to invest heavily in Full Motion 
. deo titles could result in more enthusiastic public 
nleresl 

Initially released as a home eniertammenl system 






CD-I CHALLENGE 




Philips 1 latest EO-t player - the EDI&in 



-jch like CDTV, CD-I is based around a custom 6EW0Q 
:hip called the 66070, running al ISMHi, but still 
:nataad to the BflDaO's 16-bll architecture. 

There are no real graphics co-processor chips such 
is the Amiga's Alice and Lisa chips, end memory is 
□nly 1 Mb as opposed to CD32's 2Mb. 

Tech specs in the unii s favour are its support tor 
D hofo-CD> S-VHS cutout, and 25G colour screens from 
a 24-bit palette. These are, ot course, aJl available on 
CD32 wilh the beneiil of Ham& far backdrops and static 
artwork, but their inclusion in the CD-I line-up means 
:nal there is less ol a gap between this format as 
oelween CD32 and toe lamentable Mage CD. 

in a side-by-side comparison. CD32's 32-b# proces- 
sor custom architecture end planar conversion chip 
give d a clear lead, but customers rarely have the bene* 
^il oi such direct tests. 

Of much more importance in Iha race for your wailel 
s the way in which a product is sold and how good its 
software support is. 

Ominously, Philips have a dis'inci edge in toe first 



area with a marketing push partied tor Christmas which 
will centre around a hefty TV advertising campaign and 
which will tealure FMV titles to oest advantage. 

It goes, without saying that toe CD-I marketing budget 
will out weigh that which Commodore can offer for CD32. 
bul not everything will cemg down tg mere selling 
power. 

LEVEL FOOTING 

Software will be the key 1o success tor both formats, 
and having seen Ihe planned re eases it is likely that 
sales will be good tor both Commodore antj Philips 


With a new law price 
player and financial 
backing. CD-I could be 
ED3E *5 biggest threat 


Starling from a software base as poor as the dire 
rubbish which popped up on CDTV, CD-I will have to 
rely On new software to make its push, and will there- 
fore start on a level tooting with GD32. 


CD-I software 

Titles due for imminent re I ease on CD-I 
include Sevenlh Guest, the graphically 
superb adventure game which has wowed 
ihe PC world on CD-ROM, and Voyeur; 
described in ihe blurb as “toe firsi interactive- 
political thriller" 

Based in a mansion full of scheming two* 
laced politicians and their cohorts. Voyeur, 
as its iille suggesls, involves the gamester in 
peeking through doors and windows to 
capture on camcorder the wheelings, deal- 
ings, and piolftogs of the mwaily bankrupt cash 

By collecting enougn information gooul ihe political conspiracy being hatched, 
she player can elect editor to inform the police when he or she belteww the ev?dence 
is ir?e1ulable or use Ihe recorded toolage to warn araiher character about the back- 
stabbing looming in the near futur-e 

Shol using live aciors (Robert Culp is among them) and set against a 3D 
computer set using what the maker's describe as a revolutionary technique. Voyeur 
will provide a visual feast. 

How its interactivity ant? gamepiey shape up remarns to be seen, but from the 
initial screenshots, this is clearly Ihe son of title which will generate enthusiasm and 



Voyeur 


sell a few CD-I players, Qiher lilies include 
international Tennis Open, a tar cry from ihe 
dross lhat was the original CD-I Golf 
game, and Zetda: The Wand of Gamelon, a 
more traditional PC-$iyle graphical 
adventure. , 

Neither promises to forge into new 
gaming territory, bul both are al least of a 
quality which should hold its own against 
comoa radio CD32 games. 

Full Motion Video, to be added at a cost 
ol El 50 when the CD-I Mpetj decoder is release in Oclober, seems not to promise 
much in the way ol gaming support, and is far more likely to be used tor the linear 
(non-tote raclive) Video CD formal. Any title released on this format will, oi course, 

run on an Mpeg-equipped GD32. 
bu- the availability of music 



Seventh Guent 


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videos and feature films (Philips 
have a deal with Paramount to 
release movies on CD) in combi- 
nation wilh games of the quality 
of Voyeur and Seventh Guest 
will make CD-I a lemptmg buy, 
even if Cl 66 more expensive 
than CD32. 



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C»3S AMIGA Mavember 1993 





FRAMES 




What goad is a 32-bit machine without 
the software to support it? Over the 
next four pages Simon Clays and 
Jonathan /Haddock take you on a 
journey through preview heaven. 

Coming soon to a screen near you soon ... 



Microcosm 

Psygnosis 

If you w$m fancy graphics fh$n look no further then 
Microcosm, ll was first planned for release on the CDTV 
and opened most people s eyes* but then ihe machine 
didn't fara too well and so the project was shelved 
The CM2 was (hen pleased and some clever person 
al Psygrvosis doodad lo restart work on Microcosm and ft 
looks like being even better than before 
The plot isn't too dismihar to Fantastic Voyage and 

Inner Space. A 
high corporate 
□oss decides lo 
be injected inlo 
ms rival, so that 
he can control 
both mEgacOrpo- 
ralions 

No is miria- 
turised with a 
team gl warriors 
lo go and seek 


out to try and manipulate his brain. Vgyr tea* is lo be 
placed ngide a super lighter, minalurised and injecied inlo 
the boss' bloodstream where you can seek out and kill all 
Che bad guys. 

The graphics are just astoundmgly good and are ni 
ray-traced with 3D |ight-$ouraing bemg used to create 
sera enwing Effects. 

There are over 500 Wh of graphic and sound date, a 
multiple frame rate of up to 60 frames/seeond a maximum 
of 32,760 colours and an ong nat soundtrack by Rick 
Wakamen. 

Just to prove how good the graphics are, Psygnosis 
are equally using m-game screenshots as Ihe artwork for 
IhE box Whether or not the game wilk forsake playability 
lor graphics we shall have to waff and sea 

Zool 

Gremlin 

One ol Ihe biggest selling Amiga games is making its 
way to the CD32 and is destined to become a big hit, 
The original was a massive arcade adventure wilh 



add led vc game- 
play, awesome 
graphics and full- 
screen parallax, 
scrolling 
One of (he 
Iasi a st platform- 
ers that you can 
buy, Zool is a 
Ninja ol Ihe 
Nth Dimension 



who can jump, 

punch, kick, shoot. spin, climb and do |us n 
about everything. The CD version won't be 
thal much different from (he recenily released A12K 


ver&on. 

As well as the original six worlds, there is gom: 
to be a new world adefed with brand ne* 
graphics especially for Ihe CD32 In addition lo 1 
hie there will asto be some spectacular 
3D-renderert anirr-.gl-.on sconces and a complete Cl 
soundtrack. 

Zool 2 stiH hasn't been confirmed For the CD32, D .■ 
Ihere is □ 99 par cent chance lhat you'll see il V 
ComiTMidore's brand new machine. 


Rise of the Robots 

Mirage 

Silted as the ultimate combat game. Rise of the Robots wii arrive ihis Christmas Rise 
has been created using radical 3D modeling software producing high qualify nay-traced 
graphic images Shat am more raaiistic, more animated and more controneble Than ever 
before. 

Each robot character is modelled etemeni by element from the original blueprint 
designs and shaped to exact dimensions Once a rebel's body parts are modeled 
Ihe whole figure is linked hierarchically, enabling the robot lo animate roalnshcally 
Some el ihe more spectacular elfeds in Rise indude ihe morphing & a liquid meio> 
rebel and ihe shearing sequences when a robot is defeated 
There e re spectacular animation sequences throughout the game which will be as 
seamless as possible to give il mere ol Ihe appearance and feel of a movie rather inan 
a computer gams. 

Tho player controls a cytog in battles against five typos ol enemy robof as well as a 
supe-r-intelligent robot known as the Supervisor. Each robot is governed by ils own artifi- 
cial intelligence which will affect ihi style in which it bgbts 

Rise of (he Rebels rs being developed by Mirage's in -house programming team 
Instinct Design. The learn, which is headed up by ex-Bitmap Brother Sean Griffiths, was 
formed in 1992 with a brief lo develop h gh qualily products that stretch the technical 
capabi ibes d the new CD machines. 



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Magic Carpel 


went on ip become one pt Gremlin's top-selling games of 

m2. 

One of the best points pi CD is the ability to ho^J so 
much more data itian its disk counterpart. This enabted 
Gremlin 1o place all three Lotus games together on one 
CD. The games won'l take advantage of the CD32's 
capabilities, but the introduction of a tick of paint [256 
colours?) and maybe a CD-quality soundtrack might he a 
good idea for Gremlin lo implement. The Lotus Trilogy 
should arrive on the shop snelves m November 


Inferno 



Bullfrog 

Magic Carpel ts very similar to Cnealion m a number 
of ways. Vou are placed on a magic carpel Hying 
over a lento re-mapped 3D landscape While flying 
you meel all sorts ol monsters and dragons which 
you have lo shoot. 

The game is vary in the style pt Space Harrier, 
but graptriBG-wisfi ® at leasl 100 times better. The 
£echJio«ogry used m Magic Carpel has also been used 
to create things ike flight simulators, but Bullfrog 
oecidetf against a product of this type and made a 
game that will be accessible to everyone 



The Lotus Trilogy 


Gremlin 

f you were to name ibe best arcade racing game, then 
■"£ name leaving your Hips would be Lotus. The original 
_otiiS and Gremlin deal was signed way back in June 

mo. 

Thi first game, Lotus Esprit Turbo Challenge, shaped 
srer that year to huge critical acclaim across Europe, 
Voiding the title of Arcade Game pf the Year l| went gn 
to acheeve classic states. docking up saies in excess of 
’ 00,000 units. 

The s^quete followed pn in yearly intervals and intuy 
3 jced new Lotus cars and game features, including 
? ECS, the rgvou titipnary course designer system. Both 
■ es met with similar success and the ihlrd instalment 




Digital Image Design s iie-up with Ocean will see the 
release of Inferno on the CD32. For those of you who 
remember Epic, inferno was originally t lied as Hhe sequel 

The problem with Epic was that it fust didh'E live up to 
its name, If ever the game^Duyng public were mucked into 
the vacuous black hole of the hype machine, it was by 
Epic. 

However, Interno has ceria-nly not been dogged by ihe 
same problems as Epic was assumed to have suffered. 



Ocean are adamant ihat Inferno has not been rushed or 
left incomplete. 

Ninety years after Epic's seteng r Inferno slats you as a 
lop pilot battling: over forces of good and evil. The evil 
forces m Ibis case are a group of nasly aliens who are 
interested in your skills, 

The action will lake plage over seven planets and three 
moons, but you have the freedom to explore the depths of 



the universe. In total there are 130 missions lo dip your 
wing-tips in. 

Inferno has some ol the sharped 3D graphics yet seen 
on a console, with exlremcly smooth presentation of 
ihe 3D images. Iniemo also features a full CD-auahty 
soundtrack recorded by Golh bertry- rockers Alien 
Sex Fiend. 

Also contained in the package will be a graphic novel 
designed by lop Judge Dredd artist Sean Phdlip$. Ocean 
believe this will help set the scene and also add extra 


Janies Fond 3 

Millennium 

Millennium's next lease alter the irmly excellent 
Diggers will pe Ihe third Instalment in Ihe James 
Pond senes of games. Once again our fastiy chum 15 
on the trail of the evil G* Maybe. Operation Slarfibb ss 
going to surprise a lot of people and wi I especially 
please Robocod Ians 

The graphics are bigger and beller - it's quite 
possibly the tested platformer I have seen so far, 
The CD32 uers=on of the game will features some 
Iremendous eartoOriy graphics and an excellent jazzy 
CD soundtrack fo bod. 

James Pond 2, wh&ch was recently released on 
Ihe A 1 200. will also be transferred to the CD32 with a 
tew tweaks in the graphics and sound departments. 



CKplh and a sirong&r elemem of bellevabillry. 

Overall Interno looks set to create qurie a stir with its 
cinematic feel, large slick detailed polygons and in-depth 
level of play, 

Creation 

Bullfrog 

Creation is a major departure Few Bullfrog. Steering clev- 
erly away from their collection of isometric 30 games such 
as Populous and Syndicate. Creation uses a first-person 
perspective wnh absolutely amazing graphics 
The game is set underwater and uses a fractal "gener- 
ated aquatic landscape complete with texture-mapped 3D 
to create a realistic fee* of depth This mapping is aH down 
te ihe CD32s planar chip which means all the stuff ihat 
can be done on a PC can be just as easily done on 
Commodore's new machine 
The idea to* the game came from Bullfrog supremo 
Peter Motyneux when tie went scuba diving. With 

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Bu IFrog's games you seem to siand back from the world 
you're in h but with Creation y ou're actually part of the 
ertvironmefit and gel to swim around wiih the fish? 


Theme Park 

Bullfrog 

TTwma Pam is aimed at anyone who ever dreamed of 
owning or running their own amusement park, Cutesy, it 
may bo, but it's also a business simulator. Theme Park 
returns to Bullfrog's otd adage of the isometric 30 game. 

The option to build ihe biggest rollercoasiei in the 
world and charge people nothing to go il is possible, but 
within a few days you’ll go bankrupt. As well as the roter- 
coasler, Theme Park oFlers the punters a Haunted House, 
waiters, a space shuttle simulator and other sudi eneier- 
lam»ng rides, If s a very uyalchabte game wiih kids smiling 
after they've been on the rides, or a small child sobbing 
becauses he's lost him mum. An anginal idea with some 
luscious 256-colour graphics and a comprehensive icon- 
based control system Theme Park could wall be 
massive. 


Flair Software 


Trolls was perhaps ore of the most underrated games of last year and despite getting rave reviews From ihe press, d 
didn't sell tremendously well, 

Ftair put their heads logether to wonder why their ace little olatlorm&r hadn't sold by the buekelJoad and as fltey 
were about to start work on Trolls 2 Ihey thought they'd better find out 

Apparently il was nothing to da wiih the quality ol tne game, bul because Trolls was perceived So be a gill’s game 
As 2Q pqr cent of Ihe games market were mae. Rah thought they’d hetler ditch the Trolls idea. 

The Ran team went back to drawing board and came back with Oscar. The game starts at Oscar's local multiplex 
cinema where by some strange late Oscar is drawn into Ihe different movies Cartoon Superworld, Wild West 
Capers. Game Show Bonanza, World War 3, The Horn* Channel Sci-Fi Encounter and, ahem. Jurassic Pranks are 
fie films in question. 

As G*car ventures between levels he must collect miniature 
versions of the "real' Oscars in order tc progress. To fit the game on 
the A18QQ was a difficult task with the panel, the background and the 
foreground in 32 colours and the sprite in 16 colours. This created 
horrendous memory obstacles, but tor the GD32 this won't be an 
issue. 

The CD-32 version will feature general improvements which wifi 
affect sound and graphic with digitised sequences far the Irani end 
The general gameplay will be unchanged because Rair feel that Cs as 
good as it can be O$cor could we become a senous challenger to 
Sonic. Zoci and Mano. 



Body Blows 2 

Team IT 

Yet another sequel in Ihe offing tor the CD machine 
Detai 5 d this one are even sketchier, but it i$ scheduled 
tor release in the eaity part of next year. 

The At 200 version is still m the initai design stages, 
but you can expect the CD32 version id be simitar with 
detailed backdrops, fast and smooth animation and terrific 
CD sound affects 

This and Alien Breed 2 am dBlimtes lor Ihe CD32, hut 
Team 17 are also hoping to gel Project X and Superfrog 


on to the CD if it ooe§ happen you can expect enhanced 
graphics and sound in both games but the software 
house can't confirm anything as yet. 

TFX 

Ocean 

TFX or Tactical Fighter experiment puts you m the hot 
seat ol some of the wond : s leading jet fighters You are 
sel to ptey a lop ptot with the UN rapid-response airforce 
It i$ set over eight theatres of war including Africa, 
Europe, South Amenta, South Ea$t Asia and of course 
the Middle- East. 

Your judgement will not onty sort out aerial threats 1mm 
hostile nations, but will also diffuse delicate political 
scenarios. 

Involving over 200 mi.il pie objective missions, you a^so 
have the enviable task of fistacting trgm jeis such as ihe 
European Fighter aircraft, Ihe F22 or ihe devastating 
F-117A Stealth fighter. 

TFX utilises full Ordinance Survey maps am covens 
seven million kilometres of play area. AH ol these are Fiter- 


Soccer Kid 



Reviewed in Ihe last issue ol Amiga Computing, the 
94 per cent Gamer Gyrated Soccer Kid is atoo 
makmg the transition to Commodore's new console 
beatef . In terms ol gameplay there mil be hardly any 
difference - it wi! oe virtually identical to the standard 
A5D0/6GG versions 

ft’s not known as yet wtielher Krisalis will overhaul 
the graphics and give it a 256-colour lick ol paint. 
There will be definitely be a CD soundtrack and an 
extra country (Brazil) which was left out nf the floppy 
release, to play around in. Another major feature lor 


ihe CD32 is Ihe five minutes &F broadcast-quality 
animation at the beginning of the game. 

A Japanese company has been working on the 
introduction animalfon and it wit! be unlike anything 
you've ever seen before. 




ally covered with hills, roads, towns and installations ati in 
beautifu 3D polygon splendour, 

TFX is another product to come tram the minds of DID 
{Digital Image Design}, the Leare who brought you 
F-29 recatiat&r. Judging from the standard of early demo 
sequences, TFX IpofiS to oe rather special to say 
tha least. The 30 engine is the same as used in : nfema 
and features a combination of polygons and 

texture mapping 

Apart from looking splendid visually. TFX retains a 
strong element of the true flight simulator, so there are no 
Fancy gimmicks or flight patterns tha I the real McCoy 
cannot perform. 

TFX is nearing completion and looks set send a 
sidewinder into the belly of all other flight tms. 


Sleepwalker 


After Lhe success of the original Sleepwalker for Come 
Relief 93 there fgltowed a vastly improved A1200 version 

The somnaiWbulist in question is Lee. Fortunately he 
has a canine carer in the shape of Ralph. He Lakes care 
of the snoozing youngster as he stumbles ih rough 
dangerous situations. 

A first rate combination of platform capers and 
tomlooiery, Sleepwalker is both playable and amusing. 
The CD version wilt be to all mtenls and purposes the 
same as the At 200 which improved the sound and 
graphics. 




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Pinball 

Fantasies 

Etst Century 

Most Amiga owners will have found ri a tfifficull task 10 
avoid the computer press's response to Pinball 
Fanlasies. Basically it received rave reviews with mo&l 
folk confessing it was ihe most realistic p iiball simulation 
ever to light up (he lube on a monilor 

Whal you got lor you/ money were four 1 tables d 1 fast 
screwing, high speed Flippy frolics and a true feeling (hat 
this was the tosesl a silicon machine could repiicaie a 
real machine 

As they say that was then, but this is now because the 
GD32 version is about to bounce around your screen. 

The mam difference of course, will be graphical. Most 
people thought Thai the o^ginaf version looked sweet, hut 
to see it resplendent with 256 colours is quite awesome. 

The soundtrack has had a total re-working. A whole 
new set of tunes have been recorded, taking complete 
advantage of the CD quakes the console possesses.. 

The resuft is some literally ear shattering music, while 
she sound effects ihet come to you in four-channel stereo 
tilt Pinba»i Far-lasies closer to the realms of reality. 

Fans will also be pleased to hear that 2 1st Century's 
earlier effort, Pinball Dreams, is undergoing the same 
treatment. More exiting than this, though, is work is 
currently underway on Pinball Illusions. This folic w up, 
although a good way off completion, will include a 
multi— ball feature and a whole set o( new tricks and 
sables. 

Liberation - 
Captive B 

Mintfst iape 

Fallowing lS90s classic award-winning Caplive comes 
the sequel Liberation. The original was sot on an off- 
world penal colony, with you battling It out againsi ah 
manner of mechanised menace 

Liberation brings us back down to Earth m a tale of 
power, corruption and lies, Set in ihe 29th Century, you 
play Trill, a prisoner of conscience and an exile from 
Earth. This doesn't seem such a bad thing as the mighty 
EkiCorp are bleeding th$ planet dry. stepping al nothing 
in their lusl for profit 

When the oorpof align droids malfunction they turn 
killer. Instead of de-adivalmg these crcnds, Ihcugh, the 


company is blaming irwiocem people for the murders. 

You control four of your own droids through their own 
windows on-screen, sending them on separate missions 
(o exercise justice. 

liberation is huge 10 say ihe least and contains sumo 
36,000 city locations and |ust over 4,000 random 
missions. If s nol jusl an action adventure erther, as 
contained in the play will us a high number oF challenging 
puzzles to solve 

The significant aspect as far as Ihe C032 is concerned 
is the pioneering Vednmap sys'em Mindscape have 
developed. It uses htgh resolution images in combnatai 
with fast moving vectors. Liberation also contains some 
outstanding superbly detailed animatso/i sequences end is 
already being heralded as technically bfilliant. 

Alien Breed B 

Team / 7 

The much -awaited sequel to Alien Breed will be Team 
17'a first release For the CD32 Released early next year 
II will toe well worlh the wait. De-a s are st:ll skatchy, but it 
will feature enhanced graphics and an impressive CD 
soundtrack 

Syndicate 

Bullfrog 

Following the release of the CD32 Bullfrog cacided to 
shglve their A 121X1 version ana concentrate on a version 
lor ihe supenor machine 

The main reason for this was mat ihe programmers 
found that the extra graphics and colours they'd hoped to 
implement on the floppy-driven machine showed the nlay 
down to levels beyond beiiei 

However, Ihe CD32 with its hi-tech bytes-to-bitplanes 
converter speeds everything up to the rsqured level. This 
has enabled (hem Ep acta the k nd of features desired with- 
out losing any pace 

In the anginal version you were in charge of a group of 
psychotic cyborg agents, who armed So fea silicon teeth 



wrecked havoc on rival cwpbmtiQns with the view ol wodd 
domination the ultimate goal. The CD version should 
include sudh denghts thal the chart topping original con rl 
never asp re to. For example, you will be able to rotate (be 
3D perspectwD to see behind buildings and other objects. 
Plus any building your agents writer will now be able to be 
viewed as a out-out lo add an extra dimension lo play. 

Other things which am set lor release as data d'Sks lor 
the original version are to be included on ihe 32 version. 
These will bo things such as a new range of weapons plus 
the ability to disguise you? agents as civilians 

With unhanged graphics using the planar chip which is 
bu?lt into the CD32, Syndicate looks lute being the kind of 
product to take Commodore s new baby by .storm for 
Chnstmas. 


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ALSO 







A rippin' 

tale 

Ezra Sdran, the programming genius behind 
the hugeSy successful Univet id Military 
Simulator |UMS| and UM5 7 h oj p slter 
nearly four years of development, just 
announced ihe launch of his latest ep#c, Jock 
the Ripper. 

Jack ihe Ripper is a heavyweight murder 
mystery game which simulate! ihe events 
lhat look place in the Whitechapel and 
Spildfieid boroughs of London in 1S3B, 
like all Sidran games, Jock the Ripper is 
heaped with accurate information based an 
years of reseorch. Every known focl r person, 
object and detail that have been uncovered 
in the 105 years since the commission of 
these heinous crimes hove been induded in 
the game. 

Skilled pen and ink arlists have been 
commissioned to draw reconstructions of the 
infamous locations crnd la create portraits of 
the unfortunate residents that lived there. 
Whenever possible the artists have 
worked from actual photographs, mops, 
blueprints and contemporary des-n prions. 

because the Whitechapel Murders were 
never solved, a number of important dues 
hove been planted in the game so thal a con- 
clusion can now b* reached This also means 
lhat every time you run the program you 
may well discover a different solution to the 
killings. 

Jack the Ripper is lull of hard evidence 
and solid dues, iher* are no contrived pur 
dei or riddles. You'll need all your lagk and 
skills of detection to pick up an vital dues 
when searching the different locations, inter- 
rogating suspects and reading up an the bl- 
est reports in the daily newspaper, 

Ihe game utilises the easy to use 
Graphical User Interface (GUI] whkh com- 
prises movable windows, scroll bars, drop 
down menus and a paint and click cursor 
controlled by a mouse. 

Jock ihe Ripper and will be available 
later this year and it will he 
distributed in Europe through Mirage 
Technalogiies lid. 


I hate 


Are you ready to fly? 

Digital Integration have j usl announced ihe fe : eM at on 
album length CD and cassette featuring music from and 
inspired by the- Tornado fligfo experience, The music was writ 
ten and produced by De-mi me King, Dav d Puflsuon and 
Richard Wells, 

David fVishon was commissioned by Digital Integration to 
preside- the musk for the game, and Dominic King is □ prolific 
sengwnter who has written music : cc the likes of Roger DdHiy 
jahem) and Cady Simon |ah dean ta name just two, and sound 
tracks for films such ai Grease 2 (ha ha] 

Hits included an the album are Storm by Hollywood Nights, 
We Cm fly By. err Fly and Are You Ready to Fly by Rozalia. 
The CD will cost you £10 99 while the cassette is slightly cheap 
erat£fl.99 s 


Empire ore out and about an tbs arcade front with 
Magic Gay. II features a massive % levels split 
between 64 main and 32 hidden levels of superb 
colourful arcade action that make all other games 
look, block and white by comparison. 

You play the port of Hewlett, a young naive and 
hopelessly accident-prone apprentice wiiard who, 
while hii master is a way,, has inadvertently released o 
large number of monsters. 

You must guide Hewlett in search of the 
monsters and return them to their cages before the 
master wisard returns. This is not quite as easy 
a§ it sounds because some of the monsters will 
alfempt to work their awn mngk and USfl cunningly 
intelligent strategies la dodge Hewlett ond escape 
being caught. 

Empire' s platformer will feature four-track sampled 
music and sound effects. Theft are four different 
graphic styles which are wonderfully presented on o 
parallo* scrolling background. 

Magic Boy was created by the designers of the 
awarchdnmng Pipe Dream and should arrive before 
the end of the year. 


In yn (ace. We is doin' dis funky news thong. You know 
what i'm sayin' (err, no - puzzled! readers). Respect! 


Everybody's cortaon fowwriiw Huckleberry Hound and Pixie and Dixie ore about to star, 
for Ihe first time, in their very own home computer games 

UK publisher Alternative SaHwore - already blows for their wide range of 
children's programs and arcade Favourites such as Dalek Attack - ore soon to rfilwsfi two 
home computer games featuring the famous Hanna Barters characters at the iow 
price of £9.99. HudWwriy Hound takei centre-siege in Hollywood Capets., a 
colon fu! and highly entertaining platform ggnw, while Mr Jin* still hates 
those 1 meece* to pieces in Pixie und Dixie ~ fo computer gome, 

Hollywood Copers features five 
worlds and extra bonus levels, und 
includes a bouncy cartoon-style sound- 
track, while Pixie and Dixie includes 
favourite ingredients tudl os hidden 
rooms, sub gomes and pick ups 

both games are specially designed 
lor the increasingly important four to 
ten year-old age range [idoal foi 
Gamer staff then - Ed| and you con 
expect o review very soon 

Hanna Barbara is a brand new 
addition to The Children's Range,, 
which consisls of a number of 
low-cast home computer gomes 
designed especially for ihit young 
gaming market 

It will also be ant of die First to be 
presented in a new A 5- sized dim 
dumpy box r a style t^a! offers 
increased protection and attractive 
display. 


Where's Debbie McGhee? 



Nuvmbef W3 

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j The house of 'paign 

Campaign wqs- o highly iuceis sfe I, incredibly detailed simulation <if land-based warfare in World War 
L Well it's backF Tht wittily \iM Carpppipn 2 ii b-qger, better and q.tite limply Hie military simulation 
i of the year, 

Empire have updated the syitem ta include all the post-war vehicles with over 100 new shape* 
from Abrams to T72* tank*. All af the modern weapon System* such a* guided missile, rockets, hom- 
ing missiles-, loser range Finders,, gun stabilisers and night sights have been added, 

Animated infantry can he de ployed bom personnel cwrieri into the bolflefiefcL Not only can you 
drive all the vehicles in an improved JD environment, but you can Fly helicopters toot! 

Just as in Campaign 1939-1945, several historically accurate mops are included in the package^ 
covering many red conflicts From the last 50 years. 

The real slrengtb of Campaign 2 is in it* strategy side. Alter long consultations with military strate- 
gist*, ifs emerged os the most comprehensive simulation, not just of warfare, but of the whole opera- 
tion of running an army a$ viewed from dl level*. 

The second bout of campaigning will begin In October. 



Call the quack! 

Everybody's favourite egg it bade! Codemgsters ore not Content with selling over 3 million D*uy 
games across every Format there is, but have decided to release yol another Dizzy defeertor* 

F-ontastk Dizzy is hilled m □ huge cartoon game with on greade feel bunting with adventure see- 
nemos. The evil Wizard Zaks has cast e blade spell over Dizzy's homeland turning all ibe creature* into 
fiends 

To top it d ! off, the Wizard i* holding Dizzy's gidfriwd captive in his mystic castle in the clouds. 
Dizzy has to rescue his woman [well m egg that is), defeat Wizard Zaks, restore hi* home md back 
to how it wg* pod do his weekly shopping at Gateway before they shut. 

Fantastic Dizzy is jam-packed with puzzles to solve. Some problems retire the collection af u*eFu 
ofaech before the solution becomes clear, and others rely an th# pfeyer' i &JtiN and ogjlity 

Codemastefi have dready hod success With '■□ntastic Dizzy on Hie NES where it wart to number 
one in the Gallup chan. The egg that everyone fares will put m nn bntoslic appearance on ^/ni-qo 
in October. 


Cartoon capers with a itr cinq adventure tafllMvtte 


It's rally time again 

Eu repress Software is about to launch the latest generation of virtual reality car racing 
game*. Five years ago Euro press Software, then under (he moniker of Mandarin., made 
history with Lombard ftAC Rally, the first roller to as ter -type driving game, fl was o 
massive seUer ai hilt price and a chart top per when it was later released on Ocean's Hit Squad 
budget fabd- 

Ncw Itiiopress Software- l ava once mare teamed up with the RAC to create a faithful representa- 
tion of this year's four-day rally which starts on the November 2L 

Ft features digitised video graphics of the route, taking in real racel racks, bleak hills, 
moor land and snowy Welsh forests, Gamer* can test their rally skill* while sealed 
behind the wheel of a fatly modified Ford Escort Gaswoffh, Toyota Calico and Subaru Imprezza 
among others. 

Project Manager Richard banner (ravelled around the country filming various special stages 
along the route. The footage has resulted in different rood textures like gravel, tarmac and mud 
oeing accurately reproduced^ logether with mcife da features like trees, fog, actual rdly road signs, 
Tiorsholk and of course spectator*. The effecl af these digitised graphics is startling and rooty has to 
be seen to be believed. 

Rally will be launched in November for Hie Amiga. The game will be 1Mb and compatible with 
dl Amigos, but only A 1 300 and A4G0Q owners will be able ta take advantage of ihe special 256- 
cofour made. 


INNARDS 

It's mealy, beaty, 
big a n bouncy 

REVIEWS ft REVIEWS ft REVIEWS 


Dogfight f 18 

Forty different ways to qo down in flames with the latest aerial 
cracker as 30 years of death and destruction pack themselves onto a 
couple af floppies 

Thomas the Tank Engine 2 12 1 

Chuffingly good fun with the cute little steamer for all those kids and 
train spotters among us 

Fl 7 Challenge 1 22 

Manic motorised mayhem across the Grand Prix world. Team 1 7s 
winning streak goes into sixth gear 

A 32a Airbus USA 1 24 

Flight plans, sick bags, terrified passengers, nuns with guitars, 
and er ... lots of flat groundy stuff for you to navigate around 


Or should that be amorphous free floating self repeating phantasm, 
Doctor Venkler? Bounce a blob for Britain 

Hired Guns 126 

No, not cowboys, but pest exterminators En the shape of four tooled- 
up hombres with an eye to fry some aliens 

REGULARS ft REGULARS ft REGULARS 

Drawing Board 1; Cyberspate 128 

Enter a dork, ominous, sprawling future world of drugs and 
violence, and it's not even set in Los Angles 

Drawing Board 2: Disposable Hero 130 

Take a refreshing new look at the good old horizontal shoot-envup 
with Gremlin's latest frenzy session 

Drawing Board 3i Premier Manager 2 133 

Updated, though still without the Venables vs Sugar prize fight 
option (damn!], the superb footie management game fust got better 

Drawing Board 4; Second Samara/ 1 34 

Oriental platform bashing, complete with flashy katanas 
and silk bathrobes 

Cfteaf Mode: War in fit# Gulf 1 36 

Hints and tips on using modern technology to cause the greatest 
amount of destruction in the shortest possible time and from the 
safest possible distance 


November IW3 








November W3 


■ m arid again lonwtbing * reltm*-c 
Hi for toe Amiga Hiai qui^ mp\y & tec 
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mat, it doesn't come os much of a di&ct to disced 
er lhai iU la res I reieo&e I ram ihe kingi, netqr 

gods ol Iw simulation radtei, MicroPros# 

Billed os gatolute y huge by ihejf PR- type 
Irousoge Joson 'Take That' Duttoni, w# fell ihe* 
reviewif*g this prockd should he handed by some 
one wtoo has both resped and experience from ihe 
By mg orb buyifig public. 

So iPs a greoi nonour (or me to hood you w 
to fiic^it simSaSor s gf&oles? stum and toghler p\k r 
Spunky Plustaurs who we npw join on me runwn*. 

*Wd helb, H i your resident fighter ocu r geo. 
did Spunky We wna today sin beteffi you ad tot 
comroti or one of my all time fove kits, die ba‘:» 
Sopworth Camel 

"Before wo go ony further I should |u&t like ^ 
lay o big hello o^d cuddles to Ginger and CHak 
who I know will be in die mess room of our due 
right n&w entoying a bit d 0 hpde/ 

"An^ay you join me in glorious sunshine wito 
blue ebudlesi skies, sa it should be o spiking Kin^ 
with same super rough ond tumble ego mil m§ dc 
arch dval the baron I shall now taxi down the for- 
mat and eje- 1 my kite off te*ta firmn 

So saying. Spunky guns the engine on h.s 
beloved Sopworth and waits far tm crackle of 'hs 
ignition, ond finally the propeller jumps into lib 
Minutes later, Spunky is airborne Teatb gritted 
fly : ng hdmel in place, scarf flowing ond mous- 
tache perfectly groomed, Spunky launches mb hi 
besi Raymond Baxter type air stow narrative, 

“The Comd has trie glorious disfachor o* hav- 
ing destroyed mare enemy craft togit any olhe j 


Ever fancied playing Quantum Leap with 80 years 
of flight technology? Well, now's your chance to 
take part in the noble art of the Dogfight 


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The Sop worth Camel 

Type: Single sem bi-plane fishier, escort and light bomber 

pEribnnanra : 1 ■■'Gkirm/ ' 3,G0CP ccilino 

WeoportK Twin . 303 in V.dce^s modi in# gufl* aeneraring 

300 mm 

Nates: A reaitfrtie hghter m its day wito greal turning lirtette 
and □ so very ckiMp to repair md mnnotocKire 




mes»whmltt Bfl09E 

Type; Smg'e sear, sirgb engine ’i&ed wing |igl-"-.:r 
Perf&rirontt: 57ttmTi/ 24 ,450k ceiiirg 
Weapwis: Two wing rraunled 20mm MGFF cannon dnd Iwo 
3 1 2in engine mOt.ii&d moctiine guns 
Nates-i Having filled □ me ‘i de m ike Spanish Civil War, lha 
109 beaSte immensely popular. At the o^brecA of WW? ike 
Ntesserxhmifl become me principle bomber support fighter. 
Feud hr pa Lind H rmtehed toe Satire and Hu^one, bu wes 
sjpnriar in toe d-ve. 


Mkll Sufwviviarine Spitfire 

Type: Single Mt f singe engine fixed w ng 'i^ite* 

PerfofmarKe: SS’GknT' 

Weapons: EdN wirg mounted 303- rn«hir§ guns, each 
capable of l200fpm, 

Ntetei: Thp prateflype wm wineer of toe Schn^de^ Irophy air 
face in 1929, Fdbwira typical povenment inaecisicn 
wcBn'i uni;! liie snevitobilil'p- ol w&r - toattke Sptore wgni 
irto produdiOP te princijple nw was to take oU F^gtoilar 
MCons and ir remained in p'od^chan thraughfiul toe 
whaJe & World War II 


F^B« Sabre 

Typc^ S^gle ^eo'ar tighter bobber 
Pesbrmancfir: I O^Ibnh/^ODOftce ing 
Weapons: Six M-3 modiine guns, m l250rpffl 
Notes: toJIowirg the demise of toe pcopclicr, in 1^49 iKs krsf 
F-0o oppeored. CMfersnho other early -els ii amployed swepf 
Wi^g techndogy. wh dn albwd i anMS tk^ sound borriu 
fiXost ar wj in Kor-ea, cnee rockeh wfrt mlroduced -1 become 
toa first moefern |et lighter, 


The Foliher DR1 

Type: Sngiu SWl te’^one Fighter 
Peifermancrc 1 66kmh.i l ceiling 

Weapons: Twin .312 MlGOB/li machine guns Ot about 

600mm 

tkites: me Pod Borens' b^zunle plane, it Fas greal mariotu^ 

vf^bilily despite eaify setbacks 


MHcoyan-4ureuich WliG-lS 

Type: Sirvgle seal ligkof 
PerfarmarKe: I .O^Skrdh/Sl ,000ft ceiling 
Weapons: Om 3?rnm ccwingn ord aOU 23mm nwa cannon 
W**: After toe fall of Berlin ond toe catered r«ket lechnatmy 
toe roce was on* lo drr-dop \& lighters. The MiG- 1 5 was fly- 
ing by 1947 and sow actrwi WVttt in Korea Paliif 4 €l in 
ihe MiG appeared as > U5«is swepl wna ’eckndlflgy 
and cosily pulctasscd tofr ilroignt v^ged jots of toe US. 


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combat plane. I myself bg vt been responsible For o 
good many q\ diem I can tell you. Developed its 
T 9 1 6 is ij capable af 1 70km/b and can dimh io 
a , I say whal ihe bally nano's. ’hoi?'' 

Spunky’s queens are icon oniwened a& a bH$- 
igning metallic dart bcomi past hi* wiaoden Rymg 
machine rocking it So its *ery fabric, ihe noise si 
bemenckju? to Spunky's. grilled tfr&th and steely 
eyes turn ta a look of absolute astonrsk.menr 

Whal the blooming hdl H ihcri? A &poceih;p? 
Whoi's gomg on air haffic control? Am I Opposed 
ta lake on lhal wretched oontrapliofi 0 Where's the 
bloomin' F&kker$..„ Don't say El Barony is fa (has 


thfag?' Before Spunky Can ask any m»cME c 1 ihe 
many uueshens that are swimming arwrc - con 
fused brain, he notices in his rear mirror a 
rather omiraoui ^igbl Sold nr.\fer ‘ *■ ■sd jrc h s or 
his toil and doling at an incredible note of krwfc. 

A 5 Spunky attempts to outmcnwunrf % craft 
cn only 0 wily fox of his calibre cor he norl ces 
something that stops him in hii Iroai 

n Cor blimey., that jiilly sausage lefr r ; off Hr® 
wgtks csl,,, 1 " 

Bui before he Can Finish this rather premature 
and Foolish statement, ihrce met res of l4_ e - ^ LiS 
hardware, the AIM-91 Sidewmder laser-guided 
missile, have snaked into the rump of Spwby s I 
begotten fu&datj£ 

"fkere ihen follows a real hrewoit display ch 
bits of Spunky and the Camel dasciena ec — ^oros 
to rapturous applause and cries of frw from 


McDonnell Douglas F-4J Phantom II 

Type: Twin seal dl-^teOttief interceptor 
Perfennance: 1 500 kmh/AO.DDOfl ailing 
Weapon!.: One ^Qmm Vulcan six-bomd rnschinfi gun four 
Be Iy mounted AIM-7 Sp-atraw ar lo air missiles Four 
AJM-9 |*dewiTicW fflHwir mist fs '8 x ISOrnte £uni 
reckb F&ur AGM Ma^ick ground- ft air missiles. 

Nates: Fallow ig trie hysterfa gene'cfad by ihe Wg 15 (ngrmd 
US policy) the F-4 wot introduced Undergoing a variety oF 
change rl gave SdvHt plots o he [ of □ shock in Vietnam, 
ond even now reuses to rttir* front actios service 






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Dassault yrt ^iet IHra§e Hit 

Type: Single* sec* muhi-miE lighter bomber 
Performance: 2 350hmk/cpn reach 35 ,0Q0ft in ftireei minutes 
Weapons^ Two 30mm 5-52 earner One Matra fi ’ 530 
EarW homing AAM Two *?550 Moc;< AAM 1-3 '36 Moira 
m F2 rackuh 

Notes: The Mirogu in oil its farms is wi*icul □ doubt One o' the 
most sjcces^ul Fqbltrs siiKe WWII H was BtiI to te«h 
Mach 2 in level flighfi rewhably lithe to maryfat- 

ture It was these Hng .1 Argenlino aSed to dag: ght the 
Harters, of the i!oid No^ during the FoUcimds ianlid, 



Mi G-21 FishbeiA 

Type: Single seatdayt<-ne fighrlcr 
PiHwnwiice 2Q7T0fcvilv^Wj^ cieifeg 
■Mmjkhii: Oro 30ffrn under hfilly cannon Twq/fcwr K-l 2 Atell 
oir-trair missis. Two/buf MT "0 Uir-ta-air missiles. 

Notes:: freqteni oppareni of tH# F^Qnlan 1 ', the MiG-? has a 
Mach 2 Capability and wgi an e^ceIIeitI combat oii'croft II is 
faster TiarE rranosjvroble, better amied than ts U5 Coji'to 1 ’ 
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General Ounjimkt F-16A Fighting Falcon 

type: Single seal lighter bomber 
feftarmoiKe- 2.0POk'nh/6C.OOC | h « ing 
WeapOCii: One 2Qmm M-dl multHiarr'el madime gun. Four 
AIM-? sidewinder f cur AGM-55 Moiteriti m- stiles IB 
WkA FFAR Rocked 

Notes: Designed largely as a Su£C 05 ! 3 r 1 g ihe ageing 
Sladighter, it won became apparent that mt Fakon wh also 
worthy of taking Dwer Ifom the Phantom The F - 16 hasomaz 
tig manoeuvraoility and al ■ht time of ils intradudian COi^-J 
OtA fly anything in the World. In fast it eon ^en better the awosomdy pftwfJ MiG-25 



BrHIsh AffTOspace Sea Harrier FTO1 

Type: single seal ship based rrulli-rek V/^TC*. fighter/ bom btf 
M o r m ow e: 1 ..SSbirnh / qmet SO.DOOft cjoilii^ 

Weapons: Twin 30mm Aden cannon ir '-vnlru! poefci T^o/feur 
AIM-? Sidewinders. IB/36 SMS 6B rockels 
Notes: C^'etoped k\ a ^me when ir wos omkipatea ihal ore O' 
the first cou*dlie cF war would be the the Ka r rier 

v^li ib Veriidal/Sf^ct Take Off and Landing dopobilihes ^k 
core of tbs problem Although m^h s towEr than nosl el Hs 
^Qjjnterports,, there is nothing that comes doiE ta il for, 

mommwobility, This fad -was prow, in tf* Falkfandi when ri was usd to gw effect agams’ ihe unsold 
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MiG-23 HcKiger 13 

type: Single seat ell weall er interceptor 
ttedofmance: ? ) 4A5lcrrh/ , 5£ 1 0D0tt coiling 
Weapons: Ofifi 23mm twin borrel machine qgn Twa/Faur 
AA-B Aphid missiles. Two AATQ Adwinceo Ata- . Two A57 
her «y Qnd 12 5 ?irm g^aLnd ottock misstes 
Notes: Dm- ng the '60s motf Air fortes come to the conclusion 
that *tie multrfole oirer<jfh was the way 'or^ord, The U5 
jnvetbd lbs F-1 1 1 wi’h its ^/M 5 biE geometry wings, how^r 
dw to fingnool and design pradems the F-1 11 was ne^af 
the succesi it wos irendea la w. 



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Let's have a sit in yer cockpit 


©h r no silly Spunky! that* «rt hii 
pinna, that's a Fokker 



the ground crew 

Well nor oil of Spunky hoi bee*r> rscavared as 
yet, but we're reliably infe rnec ihaf he will live *0 
Ay another itflnukilc^ soon - after gif, he is. only a 
compute! genergid churodui and you can't hurt 
them for very long 

Anyway, Spunky s emjepvours beautifully 
illustrate the whde canuipl of Doghtghl. which si 
to allow you to engage in aerial tom hat in a 
mngg of jets and planes which span an era of 80 
years. 

The Rrsl lb no to be said is that Daglight marks 
g departure for MicroPro^. For the 'test time 
they ve swung away from the accuracy angle 
•which they’ve made their benchmark, and devel- 
oped a mare Wfaord^lk fun similar 

INTO ACTION 

In Dogfight you are presented with three mam 
option* which doode wW type of flight of fancy 
ygu are going to tobe port in . 

The first db&*ce far 1 you to deliberate Fver is 
whether to ungage to Dud Mode. Thii is possibly 
he quickest way to nel airborne and teste ah 
combo?. 

En Duel Mode you are providod with a choice 
of si A historical eras ufld two typical apposing 
craft hem that time Yau can far sample., choose 
Id be “ I ke Spunky - and It^e on the Hun in yCuf 
Sopworlh Camel 

Alternaiiveiy, erneer fewnrd! in time and re- 
enact the Falkland War or the Syrian conflict in 
more modem jets like the Harrier of ihe F~l6, 

The oiHer smofi thing about Duel Mode is thot 
you can storl your flight rjt varying mid-air taefi- 
col posi lions, so it serves os fine practice for gll 
the mokies 

The next oprion for your perusal is die Whgl 
if? mode. This option allows you So engage in 
combat !c the death in girertih from different 
times. This mean* you can pit 'your wih against a 
MiG— 21 from the 50s in a World War II Spitfire. 

to all there are 12 different planes 
far you te experiment with and you're 
not just limilod to a one-an-o*ie cm- 
irontaiion Once you start lo get to 
grips with controlling the planes and 
gain confidence, you cm lake on up te 
rive enemy crofl al the same time, 

The omer option br you to cratch 


This is the aid iDfkpit. Notice the 
walnut and Italhtr finish. Retail in 
th* fplewtloiji of the ChHlerfltld 
seat white gland n ij the clas- 
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ThH is the new 
pock-a-d u o H 1 1 - < ocfcpit. This 
Tnpdul comes with afr^bag r and 
lots of usete if Ford dials like 
Turbu boost, stereo that jam* 
your tape In forever and a 
balder that ■rtmatkally him 
four tape into The best of 
Queen after a week 


youf chin aver is where an earth you are going to 
cariy gtfl your aerial frocas Ynu cgn choose from 
seven different wgrldw-de hot spots including 
Vietnam, Korea and of course the hottest spottiest 
of them oil ihe Middle East 

As if that wasn’t enough, there's yet another 
action which h ©dually the very com of Dogfight 
The Mission option allows you it cned hfll-obwn 
scenarios ffom ctf th# conflict previously 
described 

In this option you also have ihe choice of 
deciding what tepe a! mission to embark upon 
Perhaps you'd f-ke to parrd oraund ihe Dover 
coast rfafondng our shores uom ihe mpgM of the 
German LuftmiM Conversely you may prefer the 
bbed cartel thunder of a search and destroy raid 
deep m the Korean jungle 

GREAT RANGE 

Overall it's very hard not to be impressed with 
Dogfight, H r s absolute y huge in proportions and 
in it ally Ihffell be plenty to keep you wcupted 

With the number of missions to choose 
From and ihe variety d scenarios to enjoy, I'm nal 
sure whether you'll ever need onaiher flying 
game. 

Graphically Doclghf is good. The plc* 1 ^ have 
quite a lol of detail about lh*m cmd even feature 
such luxuries os wing mark-ngs., F he cmly sacrifice 
I policed wos in the ground dEtaif, bui on ihe 
whale this does not offer Ocghghfs playability. 

On the whole th# planes move accurately as 
you'd expect them to. As uiual with MicroPros, 
ihe horizontal screen, updates are quick ond 


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hack En time and 

become that batch 
chappie the Red Baron 


smoolh ond give on impression af flighl. 

There ore obo some nice little extra louche 
lhal make DrajfigM feri little bit sweeter to ploy 
Fcf one you get n we enough external angles. and 
loom foci lilies to muck about with On DcgfigH 
however, you can also exercise ihis whim on your 
parachuting pilot es he (foals to the gfOund. 

Another nice touch is when you fly at the sun 
you suffer sun blindness and the screen goes white 
as you lose vision. Add the customary conhgura 
non screen the i>armal photte hat* size manual 
and a modem link up far heed to heads, nnd 
yon/we quite □ lot of simulator. 

Dogfight may not find too many friends withn 
ihe purist Flight simulator club beccwse af c few 
s.xir1-ojh MicroProse have taken te mak-e it more 
playable. 

For example th# majority d -ete have diffeen* 
heod-up display's; for edse ©f us# ihese have been 
standardised 

How#v#r, if you're na^ loo haihered about 
dighl orhsiic licence and want to enjoy a very frne 
flight simulator that's full to the brim with Mcite 
merit and adion. then Dogfight's definitely the one 
for you 

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The Start flf the 
race and Thu mar. 
H p4tt*d against 
the extraordinciry 
tilHitf Qf Bertie 
the Sin who, 
unlike his renHrfe 
leunterpartfj is 
on time 


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around the 
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stages and 

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*cusa me if I boas? and be self-indulgenl 
far a couple of paragraph*. b^-i ihere are 
number o loves in my life and one of those 
WM which applies la this review is children's 
television. 

if I could ift ol heme all day and watch kief s TV 
would become the happiest man on Ea rth. 
Pbstmon PaH, Bertha, Fireman Sam, Dangermousa, 
? odand Bill, Sesame Street Rugrof^, Scocby Doo, 
The Flinlstone*.,. just n selection of my favourite 
programmes. 

Thomas the Tonic Engine is a whole different 
veille of fish, if il was on and I wasn't doing any- 
♦king then I'd wolch it s but within a couple of min- 
.ries I'll start channel hopping ond trying lo find 
something more substantd 

just my luck this month then to get a game 
dboul the oiJy chil 
even's favourite that 
don't particularly 
like Far starters, It 
hod Ringo Starr as 
rhe narratar, which 
west o major mistake, and for some bizarre reason 
it always seemed to be aimed ot upper class kid- 
diet Oh well, such it lib! 

Before, you carry on reeding I must point out 
that this particular product pari of AltemtfivB 
Software' i Children s Range and is 
armed at kids aged between 3 and B. More 
mature readers can now lum the page, but inter- 
ested parents and those who still behove like chil 
dren should read an. 


Chuffing good rote 
'em up fun arrives 
in your local station 
from the careful 
hand of Alternative 
Software, Ringo 

p 

Starr not included! 


overheard the commotion and decided la pui a 
stop lo «t at once. He shouted to the orgsymentntivD 
Engine "We'll scon sec who is the fastest ! will 
hold o racing competisicfi- and keep rimes with my 
pocket watch, then well know who is the best/ 
The two feisty trains began re wing their engine m 
'-:dinesi for the race 

Tn i dear reader is where you came in; the out- 
asme of the nrce b c I down ta your skills as o 
ran pan" james pbyer. There u a choice of up lo 
spwi engines photnot, fency, Gordon, Bill, Toby., 
iomes arid Bern and a bus 'Bertie). 

The apion df me Tg ogc n=,r he computer gr g 
friend h entirely up lo yOy but it biHps d lot if you 


basically oil there is to know obout Thomas 2 
because it is on incredibly bask gomo. TW's a 
i^ood point mough because it's easy to play and a 
whole tat of fun to bod. I’m not exactly a loi, but I 
realty and truly enjoyed playing Alternative s 
train/race- em-yp 

The graphics are impressive with brilliant 
reproductions of ihomas and all his chums. 
Soundwise there is an accurate rendition of the 
rheme music from the TV show and plenty of 
sound efeb throughout. 

Thomas 2 sounds and looks terrific Ks highly 
playable and is great fun. Ifs very hard ta knock 
Altampihuf s latest, but I’m m a bit of a quandary. 
! could give it anything between 7Q ond 90 per 
tmi. 

tf youVi aged between three ond eight then 
you re gomg ta love t but if you're older you 
won't find much to keep you going because it is so 
bas e, although the two-player mode is Strangely 
addictive i you've got an insane friend to play it 
wilfi. 

TechmcL ly its brPlfjn?, but il isn’t going to 
appeal to everyone As H is specifically aimed al 
the younger market I m going to give it 90 per 
cant Remember rt is only £9 99 ond you do got 
great value br yaur money. 

JONATHAN MADDOCK 


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The story behind the game is o tale of vn-arh 
died macho boasting and bragging. The issue all 
started when Thomas entered into the station 


and feeling fairly happy and confident 
uttered the immortal wards: Tm a really useful 
engined. 

That constitutes bragging where I come from 


ond Gordo* * the Large Green Engine - -also 
noticed this and challenged "homos. ’’Oh yes' 
puffed Gordon in a very soroaslic lone But I bet 
you're not as fast as me\ 

This started a mojof argumenl which was lit- 
tered with obscene and offensive comment swing- 
ing to and fro between each engirt. Eferlie the Bus 
jutl laughed at the two, but the Fat Controller 

The Fat Controller gives 
Gordon a ticking off for 
going through a signal 
when ho wasn't wwan 1 to, 
Naughty engine! 



James slops at a water 
Ml up 

and lakes time to admire 
the beautiful 


have o couple of chums lo p’-uy against; I'm are 
presented with a horizontally sph? screen which 
scroll? bom felt to right. The hrst oae pass the fin- 
ih ing fme wins. Simple? Well, not quite that sim- 
ple bee cute all the rail signals must be coeyed, 
otherwise the Foi Controller will make you wait 
while he te'ls you off 

if you crash into obstructions and other 
engines you will waste a few seconds of precious 
lime Yco'll also lose time if you trowel dawn 
dead ends and you'd also sacrifice some water 
which slowly rvm out os you progress through the 
face. 

if you run ovi of water you will lose the race, so 
tiling up is one of your main priorisies. There are 
several water pumps where you can slop lc fid up. 

Your water gauge will show 
you how miiich you have ond 
warns you when you ore gel- 
ling few by hushing In each 
race, there is a brauS Slog® ‘ n 
ihe form of a short cut that will 
only let one player through, 
"he t: tn to fKidh the flashing 
liahis at the enirnnee to the 
bongs itoge will he allowed to 
enter. 

The bonus stage i* conpfel* 
ed by collecting tee Sve fetters 
that sfell the word ''Bonus', 
Once Finish&d the player wi?l 
re-join the race some distance 
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R acing games bicm lo gel pumped into 
l+i§ fact of the buying public thes* days 
like so much exhaust emission pouring 
into the crniosphere, 

Everybody parades around ih inking ihol 
anatbar one won't Kurt, when really we've 
almost reached complete saturation paint, Let's 
meander down ibe metaphorical frock of the 
tired Formula 1 licence far a moment. Look how 
many tide* ore currently raring far contention For 
the pale position of number one motor racing 
experience. 

Vraom, F-T Grand Prix end Super Monaco GP 
are just three of the relative oldies to grace ihe 
grid, Agreed ihey'Ve to oil intents ond purposes 
classics, but weren't they enough to put the rival 
Fadioni off? 

It seems not, because just recentiy a pack of 
new titles hove weaved ibeir turbocharged 
sehres onto your shelves, Mr whinging Brummy 
himself, Nigel Monty, look time out from mak- 


It's time to pull on your helmet, 
grapple with your gearstick and 
screech away from the lights in 
your best boy racer-type spin 


ing even more loot to 
lend his name to a 
Farmuta I title. 

Then there's 
Doroark/s Fir this has 
the officio! backing of 
the F.IA which should give it same extra revs. 

With the- big names and licences being band- 
ed around you wou^dn 1 ) think there 1 ' d be much 
space on the track for another competitor, 

ASTONISHMENT 

So when another Formula 1 -style title 
screeched its way into ifie officer if was greeted 
with both astonishment and a certain amount of 
contempt 

However, when I noticed ihe Team ]7 loga 
emblazoned an the bottom of the box my heart 



became billed with sun- 
shine. Could the compa- 
ny that wowed us with 
the likes d Project J(, 
Superfrog,. Alien Breed 
and mast recently Body 

Blow da it again? 

Well what with the recession and oil ihe r cam- 
pony refused to buy me a sexy Marlboro racing 
suif H so reluctantly l stretched into my undersized 
Admiral trocky bottoms, slipped on my oven 
gloves, strapped up my colander and se^ out to 
rood-test Team 17 5 new tjHe. 

First query is why the devil is it coiled FI 7 and 
not FI like all Hie clhen? Well, if s oppotently 
because FUJI and the FIA hove decided to get 
mordy about people using word? like FI or 
Grand Ptk. Now that we've cracked open that 



Always the urne - go out anywhere #A a Sunday a ad you 
get stuck behind iOrt W senile fool fin a William? Honda 



Here's the menu Par starters you might fancy 4 little sauteed options,, 
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iHte pialofi rod, Itf* find cui aoout the m/ti and 
sails of Challenge, Remarkably enough, \ 7 puli 
sou in control oi one of four rating tars aver ah 
pf rile world's toughed circuits. The ultimate aim, 
it ail racers, is to become ihe worid champ. 

Thor, to oil intents and purposes, is that.; most 
raters follow the same recipe, because that's 
what the IrlteS of our Daman do For a living,. So 
T.er e are i» real surprises on that Irani- 

However,, and I am jumping the green light 
here a little., but things need spying now, before 
you condemn Ft? as "ju$l another rater* . For one 
r j brilliant,, and secondly it only costs the best 

part flf £131 

When mast products float around the £25 to 
£40 mark F you are guaranteed o quality product 
For just a Fraction of the cast. In terms of its fea- 


Things that make 
you go Brrmmm 



This is a nice little runner, power- 
ful engine, very fast ill a straight 
lint and a lovely red paint job 



Very reliable red and while Stal- 
lion which reach** its best even 
durtng wet weather 



A beefy rascal with a big throbber 
under the bonnet, granting it a 
Strong structure fur difficult tracks 



A demon of a racer? A fast car for a 
fast type of dude 



FI 7 Challenge 


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especially if yea want 
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tores. F 1 7 holds its awn agotnsl its mare cosHy 
dompehtars hom the same stable. Choice ol car 
varying levels of ability from rookie through to 
pro and interchangeable ccnlral system* are just 
the press of 0 lhrotile awoy. 

CHAMPIONSHIP 

Once you're out there in the cockpit there ere 
more decisions to matt. You can opt far practice 
bps or play arcade-style three -lap races which 
challenge you ta finish in the top sis to q^oFify for 
the next circuit, Alternatively you tan take part in 
qualifying ta determine your place on the grid in 
the fulbblown championship. 

1herVs also wet weather to contend with, and 
damage inflicted on your car by driver error or 
other mean machines affects your performance. 

A nice touch here is that when your little 
brum-brum takes denis to the paint-work yau 
con pit In. The longer you stay in the pit the bet- 
ter the repair jab yau get. 

All these filings are redly nice features bul 
above all the outstanding quality of FI 7 is pbya- 
bihty. Pure, unadulterated, arcade playability. 
Challenge absolutely oases out of the side oF the 
disk drive 

The screen update is positively rap«d and your 




4 lik d Hi is is tile life. We.lv* my way through the 
Monaco hJirpb* park up at the casino, hair* a 
nd 1 might even go gambling 



cor mow ct a terrific rate. Everything graphical 
From backdrops to your tar ii wry well drawn 

and animated. 

When the finish line hoi been finally 
crossed, it has to b* said thai Team 17 hove 
com* up with a winner. Everything ohoul this 
gome is juii brilliant - it laa- s good, sounds 
good and pkjys Ol well os any orcod* racer I've 
yetseem 

Do yourseFf q favour, buy Challenge hove 
hours of lyre screeching fun and save a dollop of 
dosh ol the same hme. Awesome. 

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T he very mention of A 32 Q Airbus sends c 
shitar down the spine and foe mind spi- 
ralling bade ta ihe days of foe package 
holiday. 

Arriving. at the drpOft same three days before 

C r hffidn-the-ffornmgi cheap- rate fliptf is due 
takeoff, you queue wifo a herd gf ofoer rev- 
ell srs all mooing wifo excitement over foe prospect 
of sun and feti on the Costo 

AM wailing some three hours in o fry infested 
hoggoge check-in behind the enormous Mrs 


Monkey, her fores jammy faced spnogs, her som- 
brero and her 13 suitcases which are full to the 
brim of mosquito nepellwt and diarrhoea cures, 
you finally hand your bogs in. 

Once you've co fcet o d your ticket^ tho caring 
grognd^crew cattle p*od you towards (he depar- 
ture lounge wfoera you set up camp for foe remain- 
der el the time. Living on a diet gf insipid coffee* 
and stale sandwiches, ygu coynt foe hours until 
your Night is called 

As the timt counts dawn on air of e^peclcmcy 



After a long flight 
the larf ptTfan 
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fills foe room, Wifo otdy 30 minutes till bootfdiing 
□n onnouncement booms over foe tannoy tc ling 
you that due to Spanish a r traffic control the k \ ght 
has bw delayed a further two month. 

Finally however, it's lime to board, After foe 
iru>d rush, 2DG sweaty carcasses ore settled In foeir 
scots anticipating thw stefe food, copious amounts 
of Igger and a good opportunity to -goose and ver- 
bally abuse the hostesses 

Fortunately Airbus Ko$ vary Me to do with the 
passengers on domestic Rights Instead it concerni 
isself wifo foe wrious business of safely commuting 
people from airport ig -q« rport in the Lnited States 
at the helm of a skite-of-thfrOft modern airliner. 
Unlike many flight sims (especially military 
ones] designers Thai ion hove concenirated on 
making A32Q as realistic OS possible. In fact, on 
opting the box one finds a host gf technical man- 
uals and a complete sei gf chosrts. 

On firsi glance this may seem dounti ng to 
many, go g training mode bos been imdemenled 
which givts you the opportunity to select your own 
wedfow and destinations. 

to full flight mode foe met off ice supply weather 
pod cloud ceiling,, ihen tfs up to you 1o decide foe 
amount of fuel and foe number of passenger* you 
wish to carry These are rwt irrelevant questions 
either, because they affect foe way your Airbus will 
handle. 

Once tfos has been decided Fs into foe cockpit 
and time fer lake off To gel off foe ground you 
must follow foe correct procedure, as everything 
about A32C is laid out tike foe real thing aid must 
be implemented at foe righs lime, 

Once in foe a if, unless it's a very short across 
town flight you mu$l use your irusly charts and 
beacon system - fois could take some time. 

The beacons help you to nwigute by sending 
gut a signal which te you determine how for you 
or# from your ne.Kt pairt of reference 

This process is repeated unhl F$ lime for land- 
ing. This rime you must use more bi-tech wiigrdry, 
in the shape of foe ILS - Instrument landing 
System. 

This works on ihe a similar basis to ih# tea- 
com, oxcepi it tells you whefar you are too low, 
too high or (efi or right of Hie runway . 

When you have completed your FSighl [tangled 
wreckage or IntndJ foe computer works out a per- 
formance raring. Ihis n bai*d an such things as 


speed, heeding and remaining feel 

As you get more proficient and progress in 
rank, so foe flights get more complicated and diffi- 
cult. For eaampfe, less facilities from fo* auto p : lot 
ore available and no automatic ITS are c slowed 
A 320 bos been designed wifo realism in mind, 
so fancy graphics and gimmicks ore out of the 
bold dears. For example,, towm ar& only displayed 
as gr#y patches 

The mo* n differences between its oler - brother 
European Airbus are on improved control syi^m. 
better sound and foigMy enhanced graphics. 

Even though Airbus wiH take a lol of mastering 
and poriience it can gel rather tedious on long haul 
Rights But it does succeed in providing 
wifo o truly roohstic simuloiicn. 

So if you've hod your beady eye on the bok 
out lor an accurate sim ? Thalion's A .320 is definite- 
ly foe on# foe you. 

SIMON CLAYS 












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H ere's, a game thal's hard lo cla&s-ity I I* 
could be a platforms* or it could be d 
puzzler. So, ihcri m« in^ it's eilher a plgt- 
fermer with puzz’e Element? io it or o 
verier wilh platform elements lo ill Hmm, i still 
'euril made my mind up. 

"a oe total fy honest, it wo^kl be beher all-round 
- apuld create a new style of game just for the 
:%r»se of this review btey, lets do lhal right now 
v:c is □ puzzfonm gome, err or should ftaol be 
j-^iler 2 Oh dear ,, 

Originality ihese dby& is hard to find I mean, 
: j your self in ihe position of a games designer 
xl try to come up wsih on entirety new game that 
■ zirt 1 evw been done before Trust me, it's 0 pretty 
'erd job. 

Bio b is a mixture between platform and puzzle 
v but Cc*e Design hewe literally come up with a 
-xte new dimension of gaming. Instead of mov- 
z vertically or horizontally, the game comes right 
our of the screen 0 you. 

The actual surprise of this tow dimension is nery 
_ eosonl irdeed and Blob boki like a whole new 
*?s» of life in the someiinnes stagnant puzzfe/plot- 
'zmi games sector 

FRANTIC FUN 

The star of r he game is a blue bouncing ball 
who incidentally look* loo much like Putty For my 
u.Tig, The objjsct is to make your woy through 50 
mIs of Fast, frantic, bow^Cy puciform [I thought 
7 go with my hrst deal fun 
What you have to do lo complete the levels kind 
cf depends or which level you re on. Sometimes 
rou might just hove lo find on exit, others you 
- . jhl hove to collect mintage Blobs, or bounce on 
zoia-n platforms to mgke them change colour. 

if you look al ihe screenshots on this page 
-ou're probably thinking tfiat Blob doesn’t look too 
!P°d well that's Orly because the game doesn’t 
reed fancy graphics. You also miss the feeling of 
aemg able to see Blob mgre which ii one, if not the 
-qst important pads of the gome. 

On tne sound front there is 0 wonderful array of 
■unes to tease your earlobes. In fact, Blob probably 
: on tains some of the best music for ihis type- al 
gome I've heard in quite u while. 

Blob does require plenty of practice c**d you’d 
setter not have a quick tamper otherwise I see plen* 
y of gamers throwing their monitors out of the win- 
zk?w \n irue rock gad styles 

I have a mean temper 1 and gad only knows what 
tep! me from smashing my whole estate up in 
unbridled anger and frustration due to not being 
able to complete a level. 

This isn'i simply because Tm crop, but because 
Bleb is just too hard. No, wrong choice o' words, 
1 s not all hard, it's the canted system dial lets you 
down more rficin anything, For instance, I ccmplet- 


It's bouncy! It's boingy! It's, err sproingy? 
It's Core Design's latest and it introduces 
a brand new dimension of games playing 


All thal bouncing must give you 0 
right headache* Lucky for our blob, 
by that 1 S*ri« *t ft rtf-aid kits an 

n^iirbf 

It could v-e been 50 n^ch better ond I could 
hove ridden oH ^ the sunset witfi it, bul il just 
wasn’t to tie 

|f you wont 0 really tough fiazzform game ond 
you like ihrs sort of thing then it m*gfe be yOur cup 
of tea, but for those wi’h tempers please be careful 
and think twice before buying 

Jonathan Mad duck 


puzzles ore just about right,, ihe addiction level 
* 3 vei you wanting just one more go, bul Blob jusl 
doesn't hav* tfrafl final elenre"' ?o make i" a dossk 
ouzibrn (wohev it could catch cmf game Blob 
"ceded to be a lot more ptoyoble than it actually 
is. It may heve nod a new, refreshing, original 
dimension to it but here is naming worse than □ 
piece of software Fnot is jusl so frustrating that you 
dofl’l feel like ploying it my mare. 


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$d the second level first ga. but when I went bock 
to I a few hours later I couldn't get bloody any 
where and hod to put my head in 0 bucket of cold 
water for a couple of minutes just 10 C0&I my 
anger, “here is, thonkfelly, 0 postward system', so 
once yotf've complied a I eve. you'll never have 1c 
visit rt ever again, I was expecling so much more 
(rum Blob ond I didn't get it. The graphics and ani- 
mation are really nice, ihe tound is lerrific, the 


If* ttte Wrsl lend and Blob is alt 
pumped up and rt jdy t& bounce 
ligti^ into nuizfcprm merrimeirt! 


Hey, own up! Who 
Mid that Hl-oh wasn't 
visually sfimul 
Err, yes, umm, bye 


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lot running about the itrearti causing panic, and 


‘ he vt 7 humane bui 
Hired Guns brings 
the psycho out of y ou and thb is all just »afrti a 
couple of minutes’ playl 

Rigt'i my stress levels ore g^owvg through the 
roof tfl ihi* moment, so let's sit bach,, be turn and 
serene and lake a look at a Psygncrtii'' ptodW 
thal is about to change the RPG genre os we 
know it. 

The first thing you have la do in Hired Gum b 
choose a squod of adventurer*. You get lo select 
four ham o alwaii of 1 2. TWs ore □ couple 
of robots slapped in there along with the bod- 
dest, meonesti downright scary hymons ever lo 
walk the Earth. 

The firsi irtipresiioa you get when the game 
finally lacks into adicn is that it looks wy s mi- 
lor to previous RFGs. CopHve and Dungeon 
Mosher ore jusl a couple of examples that spring 


moyhem bytorning n*n cf rsUbltng psychos. 

Hired Guns is videm ond death k around vir- 
tually every comer, for m stance, alter y chi ve 
loaded M) 3 ihe game ond selected what need* to 
be selected, your team at four adventurers ore 
faced with what looks like o bunch of hornless 
puppy dogs 'similar to the one oul of iht Andrew 
odvert). 

Your first thought is "nhhh* blit wait ten sec 
rods ond your next thought will be unprintable. 

• hey sei upon your team with te founding energy 
and try lo kill everyone in £nd out of sight, if you 
Stc .ed S*ll far just one minute jl would be game 


Nesting in yOur warm and eager mills is a 
machine gun, tfi fully loaded and ready to fire. 


Everyone h»ta an in rlnck henrw *i not 
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S ince the dowri of lime man has pondered 
over his fiitur*. From the moment 
fee apocalypse was predicted in fee Bible, 
50 mankind has striven to achieve 
feii notion, 

Writers too have v*ry often have been 
pre-ocCupifcd with this vision of Armageddon, 
Normally ihe trend lies with the current world 
economy ond hatonoe of power 

We only have lo examine ihe total itanun worlds 
of Huxley and Orwell from the 'dOs to see o fidur* 
ishc mirror image of communism and ioscism. 

During the *novgf had it so good" r 50s and 
promiscuous '60s ihe 5cience-"icfton future painted 
Optimistic pictures Writers like Asimov and Arthur 
C Clarke gave as visions of a golden age o r 
Aquarius where people existed at one wife their 
ortifckd environment, gaimg up a 1 glass domed 
ikies. 

However, in 1904 Necromancer, wrulen 
by William Gibson, look fee top off the proverb id 
domed lid o’" the golden future Writers like 
Philip K Dici with Da Androids Dream of 
Eftcftric Sheep and Waller Williams with 
Hardwired also painted a similar pkture. Films fol- 
lowed wth directors like Ridley Scott turning words 
into pictures in fee much celebrated ifaderunner 
Other films with the same underling ideas such as 
Mod Max qskI Jw became popular, 

In doing so □ new term was born: Cyberpunk 



You may be thinking life in 
the '90s is frantic. Empire 
are about to put that alt into 
perspective with Cyberspace. 
Simon Clays interfaces with 
his combat software and 
enters the ethereal world of 
the cyberzone network 




So popular was the book thol soon a^ *FG gone 
was lounchacL Dus to fe# success of the dice-ori- 
ented lob le- lop. Empire are about lo launch 
Cyberspace. 

But, to those ol us un initiates, what is 
Cyberpunk? In this shop? of things to come the 
glass domes remain btfl gooe are the grey lifestyles 
of Airstrip 1 and along comes o viurant pulsating 
existence. 

KEY ELEMENTS 

Ibeir world oorat activity (non fee cellars to ihe 
high rises. Paradoxically, bttCutt edies are inhab- 
ited by so many people the voSue of human life ii 

sience is a style defined 
by two ley elements The first is man's averwfedm 
ing day lo day interaction wife technology 
In their world, consolers are as common os wash- 
ing machines and they don't break down 
oil the lime when you get your pants 
ammed in them. Because of this, sometimes the 
divia*ng line between man and- machine is wmt 
what hazy 

For example, if your brom were put inside a 
mechanical body, would you still be human? 
Conversely, <s an artificially intelligent computer 
alive? 

The second element found in the Cyberpunk 
worlds is feat of struggle. Basioalfy Cyberspace is 
divided into two groups " ihe haves and ihe 'vaw 
nots As per usual, thoie wife power wish to keep 



it, fentte wittioul war.! to get is. 

The sett ng for Cyb^space is cruel The yen* is 
2090, governments are in a slate ol chuotic col 
Igpse, drug abuse is rile and ihe massive corpora- 
tions repress 

Mon has developed Cyner system which has 
allowed him to enhance a wide range & artificial 
irnplofvte, Cyberspace however, is just in ite infan’ 
Cy Cyberspace is o realm where a man s con- 


xiousness can Iravd ard interact w th cmers. 

But large portions of fee Cybernet wialn unM- 
placed ond is largely regarded os man's only 
uncharted Earthly frontier.. 

The first thing to say about fee computer con- 
version is that it's gong to be ahsaluiesy massive in 
size. It's set in a beleaguered San Francisco, under 
the cosh of repression di&cussfcd previously 

Ploy will be set in hv o different environments. 


The first you will exist in is fes 
city. Everythin^ will be viewed in 3D end will can-- 
bine a combination of vectors and bitmapped 
images. 

Exploring ihe world of Son Frqn will be mode 
as realistic as possible. For sample, grophkoK 
ng people you interact wife will consist of a com 
pb. omaunt of connected polvgsns and -sphetes 
wife feiiigg lib heads being bitmapped Having I 


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been some early demoi of Cyberspace, ii h&s to be 
:aid FhoF a high degree of realism ha* been 
□cnieved. 

This w*ll be further enhanced by ihc lacF that 
every person rn ihe world of Cyhenpace has his or 
^ own identity, [his will be maimy decided fay 
T e-r social das* und everyone is assigned a -Setter 
to describe their order in society. 

Far <?j4dmple r N-cfas* citizens are unemployed 


and are farced to exist in large, run-down apo i- 
menr blcdc$ P 

There will also he inter- re 1 0 To n ih 
between rhe occupants of the city. Hawser lor a 
felahcn e.Kio so be adive she assumption will be 
made that fro part^nanfc cohabit Also leaiiFsd 
will be dependant* like children and sec or 
citizen^ 

Control of pfcy wiB be via a headnjp display 


which e^ftrldy* the vigw screen, invoking four 
main icons which will be d primary concern la toe 
pbytr. 

The first icon control will he cm information 
gathering control Clicking your mouse on o t-cdi 
while m lfa| mode will gwe ike player information 
on the subject in question. 

T hare wi/l also be invenFory icons where payers 
Can pick up and crop hems, and! use ihd item* 
piciad up. 

The other place io he featured will be she 


cyberspace zone, where people of the foture inter- 
act using thair minds. The cyberzone is or- ethere- 
al realm of electronic espionage in which ne?- 
teods - people who vse the zone frequently - dc 
bade. 

^Tiis zone will be displcyed in liiw graphics to 
provide a sufficiently different environment to 
the city. 

While you will ba ghte basically to roam 
where you wont to, loth in the city and the 
cyfaerneF, Cyberspace definitely will havt 
a plot yoa must roughly fai'aw, AF the momen- 
Empire are being very cagey about the derail 
plot and sub'-missioas fad iFs fair to say that it 
should be fairly mv&ved with a fat d locations ip 
explore., 

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Overall Cyberspace faota os though it's 
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a three-way shot and I can't wait to try it <*M! 


O ne of ihe be&l - celling gomes of lost 
year was Project X, ksvingfy crgftod by 
the bays from Team 17 5hoal-‘em ups 
hove a i ways been popular !n fad, 
ever since ihe days of Space Invaders end 
Golo^ions people have waged war on flying alien 
beasiies and loved evefy second of if. 

Before Project X, ihe sbwt-'em-up scene wg& 
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ing a shocit-'em-up now n going to 
problems. For starters^, however good ihe produci 
it ft's instantly going to be compared to Pro|&rt X 

I personally like a fair oW Unit ond so far have 
bean waiting far a gome fo rival Project X. 
Stardust, from brand new software company 
Heodbouse, and ffetar from Core Design hove 
still not arrived yet and they look lib good entrants 
for ike Try and Beat Project X Championships 
1991 

Oh hold on a minute.., newt of a late entrant 
hat just reached Gamer Tower*. Reports stole lhat 
a game with mote lhan □ good shout in ffre charrv 
picnships is Disposable Hero from Gremlin 

Disposable Hero, -or D-Hero as it sheik now be 
known, is a blast and one which reminds ms of the 
post when shooKem ups were ctt ihe height at their 


popularity On first gfcmce il looks very similar 
in style to R-Type, Aimalyte. X-Out and other 
Such games c y that i lie 

Now. in on cfarupt kind of interrup- 
tion sort of way, □ *tory At the beginning 
of the 29th Century., die F?e# Wor ds were 
attacked by unknown forces. This wot, 
commonly know os The Bfcize, ended in 
2874 

Almost half ihe ^ree Worlds' popub- 
hons were killed ond technology tank to 
a level barely above ihol of Earth today 
Communication between individual itor systems 
was near to impossible 

In the year 2867, a small group of men ond 
women were selected for a highly specialised task 
faice called (and you con gasp al this bit) CHHerp, 
D-Hero wot beheved fo he the only means of 
regaining lost technology and freedom 

They succeeded in building a prototype *pace 
ship capable of penetrating ihe alien strongholds. 
Thanks to the Von Vannegul method (opening 
spoce-hme interrupts at des red places, «r appar 
enlly] il is possible to tone up the ship on h BigM 
through enemy territory and have if warped to Ihe 
factory where enhancements can he modi. Yes, I 


Nappies, razors 
and now heroes. 
Just what is going 
on? Jonathan 
Maddock shoots 
his way into 
Gremlin's latest 
blaster... 


The end of level baddie. A lew shots 
in the rigM plate and youH be able 
te progress to level two 

know it sounds clever, but il means that the 
game’s creoler* dan’l have to explain why there 
ore a number ot siops selling goods to the 
"enemy* 1 . 

At thin, point there is no ending to tny story 
because os per uslaI iFs up to you to get in H’ere 
in your spaceship ond go and kick some alien bult 


D-Hettf i impressive graphics ca» he seen te 
bill effect in level tMO, although t hey are very 
like the** se*P i* Menace and Blood Wtoraeif 

to complnte rhe lale Fe* 
wIlQl feoson I don’t know 
- pefhop& the ola&fti hove 
threatened fo make the 
humans watch endless- 
repeats of Bobby Davro ■; 
Rock with laughter fli* a 
fate worse ihan death) What it uiWcxJhteoiy lenc. 
up to, though, is a damn goad excuse for somg 
classic shoot- 'em- up action. 

You start your mission with throe spaces nip* 
default 'weaponry arid a fuD damage bar You sus- 
tain damoge by colliding with aliens ond then bul 
lels and ihe aelua! degree d damage depends an 
which alien you collide with 

Crashing into alien structures wili kill you 
instantly, winch I suppose is Fairly obvious. Die 
yt?j really expect to get awgy wnh having a bar 
ney with a 100-tan piece of solid meld? When 
your damage bar reaches z HO, you will start te 
scream and shout in absolute panic and ihen die 
Your ship con be upgraded by picking up blue 
prints which contain technical inlormalion on how 
to build gadgets I'm nod tofruKj about toast rack? 
and egg timers, though 

t'm talking about big, baunti'luli, b&aulifu! 
heefy, bouncy, hocking, ma-ming and killing 
weapons, WeqKms to moke your eyes water, oh 
yes indeed, 

Whenever you p<k o hlueprini up it is mstonlb 
transmitted back to your fadcry and ihe piece ol 
machinery ir depicts will be ccmstfucted. As ! soto 
betcre, if s what shoal 'em up fans will cdl □ shop 
where you buy stuff to enh^sce your ship. 

Although it is going to be published b> 
Gremlin, [>Hero has been deduped by [XfIh^ 
company Euphoria The company was created n 
January of this year by Laurens von A& Ctonk nn>i 
Mnrig Van Zaisl 

Before Euphoria ihey formed pari of o develop- 
ment team called Boys Without Bfoini,. who were 
responsible for Hawkeye and Tlimbo’s Ovest. 

I've ployed an almost finished version ol 
D-Hero and it is incredibly impressive. Ihe graph 
ks are as goad os Project X and the sound b jr^i 
brilliant with an array of high quoSil 
lechno/ombient tunes. 

It's been a very long time since ^omerj 
have had a good game this lyp®, but I predict 
fhal the wait is tsow ovef. Gremlin ore here to 
brush gway ihe cobwebs from your itchy trigger 
finger 


Flying tisroucih level one and our 0-H*r$ finds 
a warp lane back to the factory. Ta you and 
me if s lure com munly known a& a shop! 




The ship \i fitlod out uuith some homing missiles. 
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- i football career loci off in Mc'/ember of foit 
•eor. has done well ... clearly. Released 1o high 
_ inkol ocdaim from the finicky computer press 
fce-eve you me, we ore finicky). Premier Manager 
tvsfofmtd the face of football manugimeet 
jj?W os everybody olive knew it 
? or the past eight months, Premier Manager 
In bw riding high in the charts and hasn't 
out of the lap ten smce ife release Thai’s 
;.-cd going in anyone’s boois and the sheer scale 
: ’ne response from people buying ihe product 
•cs Men incredible 

con" I quite wort wl why it has become so 
npubr I II how 1e put it down to the ggmeploy 
: -3 how incredibly addictive Premief Manager 
■wcmd still is. 

Gremlin have now token the original jjamt, 

; joed a whole ho&i of e^tra teofures and slapped 
a ifraaiM two at the end of the title to bring you 
1 anier Manager 2. 

STRUGGLING 

-«s before, you begin y&ur career at a shua- 
: nig Conference League club Using your truly 
-■cel ent managerial ski Ik, you have to turn 
round yoyr team's performance and moke the 
dvh into a real success itory cmd iberi you’ll hope 1 
"jly be able to move to one of the country’s top 
CTns. 

Should you be Successful Hie wry next move 
zould be into Europe where you'll have the oppor 
■unify tg become the manager of one of the world’s 
■ bes! football clubs 

The sequel keep? the same "nfip-nsjUefise"' style 
;f gpmepby and is slill ow of the easiest footoal 
management sims to control and play. It’s more 



Oh, he's football crazy, he's football 
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t # ve forgotten what comes next, but 
our resident schizophrenic 
Jonathan Maddock turns into Jimmy Hill 
and inspects Gremlin's latest,*. 


cato Asks. Once you've tried fju nona ar tne 
Eng ■ eogues you'll hove the opportunity to hove 
□ got al Germany France, llaly, Scot' and and 

S-- on 

Ihe origkd game cadtod ^v-th so many 
features that k woj - : 4, 7 ~:cli dfe to ftcptam 
them all. Making tm gi -one for wndfoti wA 
little space on their pages as i is. Gr e afa ftoa 
included cm abundance or new feature s 
sequel 

There ore now 16 unique ploy mg fornvdkm. 
i:igh l selectable playing styes, eight training 
camps, 1 2 different mateb ftoctics, up to 26 playefi 
in each tom and 6^1 inctividuol sponsors. The abil- 
ity to buy and sell pbyers in Europe has now been 
implemented, 

WEATHER CONDITIONS 

Another nice touch is the irartion of weather 
conditions which off«t ploy and some limes 
-tad to postponed games, "here’s also a compre- 
hensive banking system with changeable interest 
rates I bet that I have accountants out there 
dfoohng.. 

Premier Manager wasn’t really pocked with 
loads af sumptuous graphics mainly because il 


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than ■ ust picking a ne raghi squad on the day - now 
.■pull have everything to contend with 

From -ensuring good crowd control and ticket 
prices to organising wages and contracts, every 
aspect of the daily running of the club is entirefy 
down to you. Premier Manager 2 will include a 
cfela lad report of all the match day happenings, as 
well os playing some stunning animation of all the 
action. 

Premier Monger 2 k to be released throughout 
Europe, so o$ not ta disaapoinl our European 
chums Gremlin are So release a series of 







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On the very afternoon I m writing ibis, 
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i n my book fce re are Several types -of platform 
games. Cutesy. Fly FFy and hoppy ones like 
Zooh Pulty. Supedrag and Rainbow Ifl^md-Sr 
have sold treflWidoudiy ar1 d Dfe p*abably 
the most popular iwilable for th# Am iga today 
Rivalling fhfo cutesy platform break-ovt is ^he 
hard- nosed, rough ma lougik platformer Thi-s type 
normally has a Dig, musdfrbound hunk of a Kero 
running around hiying to avenge whatever he Fee. \ 
like avenging that day. 

I personally prefer the latter category of pfol 
former. Games hke Myth, Another W o-rld f 
Flashback Assassin and Switchblade 2 would defi- 
nitely come with me if I were ever ssuck on a desert 
islnnd 

IF I had to only dwose one-, it'd be an e*lremc-!y 
hwgh decision, bul I luw* first Swnutti would be 
up there in contention with the Others mentioned 
previously. 

It was published in January \997 by the now 
sadly departed Image Works label and was per 1 
hops one of the most underrated games of oil time 
An out-and-out platform romp in lb# Land of 
»he Using Sun which featured a brave Samurai 
Warrior in a desperate bid to destroy a Damon 
King who hod wasted hii home village,. H was a 
siampng 


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First Samurai boasted seme of the fin$it graph- 
ics, -sound end playabi ity to hove adorned an 
Amiga, and at that time it was the best platformer 
you could buy.. 

The game has now bean bit in the mists of 
computer game header- and software buyers hme 
tomed heir gHenlions to something new, some- 
Jhjng more attracts. something with, flashing lights 
and tank 

No fear though, becoLse Psygnosis have signed 
up the sequel the aptly named Second Samurai 
end tike ils predecessor it could well become one 
of the software greats 

Second Samurai often much more than its orig- 
inal counterpart There ane o vwteiy of Uyfa in th# 
gpmg; platform, hock end slash, exploring, pufz’e 
solving, shoot^em-up and fighting. Boska'ly 
there’s o hit of everything in there to please every- 
body. 

Another worthy feature is the inclusion of a two- 
player mode. This system allows both players to be 
on -screw simultaneously and will bavt: separate 
KOf^- and bonus pomts. This creates on environ 


ment where players can help eaA other to cirifeat 
bg opponents, hut also riionks to btfnan nature it 
generates a battle where one player wil try to our 
play the otfte*. 

There is also an option in this mode where the 
n loyerc can choose to be either h-iends oi foes, ft 
'’friendly 1 ' is chosen they cannot hurt each ofhetf, 
hut ii you choose fc fe# % then you ccm wage war 
against your opponent 

This could lead to the problem of trying to beat 
each other up rather than completing the game, ki 


Instead of actually kil ing youi opponent you |u$t 
tfun him for q Few acorns This means you can 
pinch all the bonuses or colled the points for 
decaying an end of levd bass. 

Throughout the game there are experience 
points to co I ltd encouraging players to 
concentrate on gathering treasure and not just 
searching for new levels. Thus the players increase 
their power* by gaining experience ond 
by gaining access to h dden rooms ond bonuses. 

How much experience points are collected also 









affocis the end of game sequence. The more point? 
collected the metre you'll see of the end of game 
sequence. 

Interaction with the backgrounds cmd the char 
octon in ftte game has been increased. The player 
will be dble to move/cary rocks to caver eraphr^ 
vglcsnoei and geysers, or jump on the bock at 
some opponents, to jump even higher. 

UNARMED 

The Somuroi will again hav# a wide range o‘ 
armed and unarmed moves and the emphasis will 
remain on easy use af these movts Our hero will 
also b# able to cany mar# lhan one weapon a! 
once. 

Those of you who were famiHar wish the first 
Gam# will remember the amazing rang# of incrod- 
•ble sound effods. These hove been improved for 
she sequel and the in-game music will be even 
belter. 

Thu lime a volume control has been added for 
the background musk, so that you cm turn * 
dawn without aHectmg the volume af the iouno 
effects. 

Second Samyrai is going to be dbsdule&y mav 
s m V l bigger and better than the original and 
haw ihat your cue going to foil In love w-.fh r 
Me? Fm already smrtton ofod can’t Wit to get m> 
grabby hands on the finished version. 









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Getting into 
cheat mode 


On the filing screen, pop up a File and instead &• 
pour name type k l#t me dwell*, making sure ihal 
you indude fee capita! end exdamntian marie, 
tostead of now pressing Return, hrl ihe RESET but 
ion. The number ne^l' to the LOSSES column on fee 
tie will now be 1, and feis shows Thai you are in 
cheat mode. 

How type pour name in and you ton get into 
tbe batte area to attack; you ore row able to enter 
The game as normal. When you reach ihe map 
scree* where you chaos# which battle area io 
airctck. you are now able to gel so any of the 
squares Oft fee mop 

Basically, if you hold down yovr nghl mou*# 
button while selecting which square to go to, poj 
can reach any square on itie First island 

In ch#ql mode, ihere are two major faci lilies 
ovaitobte if you press Leh Arrugrr-W during a sce- 
nario, you will automatically win, Please note toot 
you wih gel die wrong debriefing teal. 

You <cm then continue and progress thmigh the 
gome. In This wap. you can g-aduoHy see oil of fee 
bcrtfte areals in The gome if you wish. 

if you go onto die map screen during a game 
and ielet* a destination using ihe mouse, pressing 
Left Amiga fallowed by fee number of a unit |1 , 2, 
3 or 4], den that unit will go to ihe desli notion 
speeded on ite map screen. H is o good technique 
far moving about quickly in cheat mode 





General points 


When you firsl stort to ploy War in ihe Guff it all 
looks ralHw complicated. There are Four windows 
an the saeen, ami you have control of up to 16 
tanks, 

People who jusl pkk up 
da gam# find feat dey kill 
tanks on their own si de 
before they #v#n meet ihe 


important to get used to ihe fed of it before expect- 
ing to been the hell out of fee oppo&ilion. 

The best wap to do this is to play the demo sce- 
nario, and mute sure That you follow everything 
ihal goes on. Wifeir hoff end hour, you'll find that 
ihc control mediae ism is surprisingly easy and 
intoitee to use. 

The-re arc a few genera poinls to remember 
when you arc playing the game Ml tanks hove 
much more armour do ft any oF the other vehicles 
on you? own side, so ensure ihal some of pour 
units are entaly mode up o H M I s. 

These should be used for raiding missions, with 
the very powerful TOW missives aval able on your 
other chides kepi further away from trouble This 
makes sense, because the TOW missile bos a 
range of about 4km. 

IF you fi.nl that the appg&iiian or# destroying 
you too easily there are a number of things you 
can do. 

I- you use your Engine Smoke, dun that will 
make you o much bar der target. lh# Iraq- vehicle 
have very inferior fofio red imaging, and so will 
have no firm torgel la shoot at. There is nothing to 
prevent you from using engine smoke most of the 
time, so keep it turned on as much as you wont 

This may moan that you need to use infra ted 
imaging, particularly if 
yogi view is obscured 
by dburts of smoke. 


Normally ihe opposition unit which is Firing or 
you will be mn * ed on fee map display, so as soon 
05 you or# receiving isneoming fir#, tty ord idenijfy 
where fee fire is coming from Once you've been 
Spotted ifi olten more effective to destroy ihe 
opponent than to lw awuyi 

Use lh# are® of far«t, particularly the tree line, 
to mow in if you can. if you move your vehicle? 
j-usl inside the areas of fores! on the map displays, 
then you will be able to survey the battlefield wb : le 
receiving "terrain protection" . Your vehicles or# 
camouflaged ud after the opposition will not bo 
able to spot you against fee ttoe line. 

Nate carefully de aims af the forthcoming bat- 
tle, and work out a provisional strategy before you 
start. 


Playing the game 


Failaka Island 

Battle 1 

Choo» ihe ’ap Icrl-hand battle area 1o start. The 
aim « lh 4 scenario is for the player ta track n con- 
voy heading from o chemrcal weapons store in the 
northern vi age la a warehouse in ihe southern vib 
lage. 

Then all that is needed is for the player to 
destroy the two buildings concerned So, head an# 
group down the main road to the northern village, 

and another group 
diagonally across 
country to the village in fep south-west 
After a few minutes, you will spot a 
group of vehicles leaving ihe 




warehouse in the north In b th# most north-wester- 
ly building in A i lot). You con then destroy th« 
building, but leave fee vehicles. 

Your unit in the north should now he used tc 
stop any Iraqi forces re-entering Az Zor, This ii 
Quite simple, particularly if you use your engine: 
sm oka. 

By fee time your other unit reoehes Sood Wc 
Sooed in fee toulh (lay up on fee edge of a nearty 
tree line, or you’li gel shot at Frequently i you 
should have jusl enough lime to Spol fee convth 
torning into fee s#cond warehouse from fee sou fe 
of this village. Destroy that warehouse (not a™ 
olherl and you've wgn 1 

Battle 2 

The battle area in fee lop right of Faifaka Island 
can be accessed next, The aim here is to gel oil o 
fee Iraqi forces oul ol fee archaeofogicol site er 
Ikaros ol fee centte of feis area 

Then you mu$l entire feat no forces re enter 
FinolSy you must beats a group of Gaskin missiles 
in fee north easl of fee area. 

One grov# complication aboul over 1 running 
Ikaros is feat if any building are destroyed, you 
lose fee battle To avoid fee Iraqis taking por shots 
at you [and thereby causing potent! o I collateral 
damogel you could well attack ihem from very 
long range using TOW missiles. 

if you do this From for enoup away, you will 
Find feat you can destroy fee forces in Ikaros wife- 
oul any shots being - : red back, Now, then besi 
way af preventing a further re occupation of fee 
sit# is nat to stick your forces in fee middle anc 
wait far a response 

That wop there certainly wi I be collateral dam- 


age. So is is best to set your forces on fee edae of 
the fare$ts surrounding Ikaros (maybe three 
groups], and await to amOush farces as they tty to 





re-enter, In the moo mime your fourth unil tan 
search for tho misiile jits which is la ihe north east 
erf the nvosl north-easterly forest in [he mea In oil, 
if you hold out for 30-32 minutes Iram the start of 
■be bottle you have won. 

Battle 1 

‘he final battle area of Failgka Island is the south- 
easterly port of the island . You have to provide 
protection for a group of support vehicles which 
will grrrve at the southern village of Failaka after 
16-10 minutes. 

Prior ta this you should We cleared [he rood ta 
^he north bom the village Aether aim is ta destroy 
[he helicopters in the northern airfield. 

To deor [He northern rood, send three of your 
units fo [he forest edge opposite ihe three locations 
where you have been loJd [here are Republican 
Guard rood blocks. 

When oil [hree groups ore in place then 
launch a simultaneous a [lack on ihe three 
road bfoc<i. It should be quite easy to destroy 
all three unite, Now, use forest cover to tales 
[wg of you* units south to defend [he convoy in 
Failaka. 

If you place on unit to the north west uf the vfo 
lags and one unit to ihe ea&t of foe village, you 
should be able ta provide satisfactory cover 

At some point your fourth group will have to 
launch on attack an foe northern cnrfiefd, 
Set this greup up in 'ores! cover opposite [he mid- 
dle of foe airstrip, and aim to destroy the gMc*k 
helicopters in the mddle at the strip as soon as you 
con,, it you have any difficulty with a counter-offen- 


sive launch os a result, your foird unrl should- be 
freetobdp 

.Bubiyan Island 
Battle 4 

The first bode an this island is relative . s -z - 
You must take dl of your Itoops over -■ 
and in foe process destroy all of foe groups 
defending the bridge orea 

Then you must owaft altacki From fo* loufo, 
while ensuring that all of your forces ore 
from view of fore troops from the south, 5*i two 
units in the comoufbgs of the forest* *: fos 
north east and north west of the bridge. Thts* 
should be a Be ta dispose of any souther “ r ccc : 

The other two unils should then try ore jtfoa 
the police post in the north, The best route to b* 
is Id veer ta the west, using forest raw to asms 
into th# po$l at close renege from ihe west 

If you have destroyed all of foe opposition (t 
the past, then you will win if you hold ou r sf *>t 
bridge for 30 minutes ar so after the sta^ d *"-■ 
batrie. 

Battle 5 

This is quite a tricky battle ta gel correct 1- You r_s? 
protect a convoy which is plying foe race hop 
north to south and bad, from attach bum -es' 
of the battfe area, 

With four units, your best approac" s ta put 
each unit at 0 roughly equidistant ponfcr ,r om 
north to soufo to defend the convoy You :ar pro- 



vide adequate defence by standing still so don t 
hy ond escort the convoy. The units should be ta 
foe we 5 t of the road, on the eastern end of the 
minefield. 

You are now obliged ta keep a very dwe aye an 
marauding attacks from (ho west, if you keep 
aware af any activity an your mfop display you 
should immediately respond. H is also fruitful to just 
scon foe battle view, ta keep an eye out ta r enemy 
edh%. 

f you ore aware of foe position of your convoy, 
md to one able to note where foe most danger lies 
at any moment 1 y£u will be ahfe ta provide protect 
han ■* thoi.- 1 losing any vehicles. It can certainly be 
donet 

Battle 6 

Ygu "3¥if o senes of objectives in this bottle. 
F-infoy you ftm$J prevent any breakout of Iraqi 
*°xxn is the «it. so EBS- tysn one unit at the east- 
e“ wvd : r the ecs? rood end make sure that 
dl ootmv on r^e fO£se is topped SecoraBy, you 
hoe to search for rwo *eh des M&r- in iwo sep- 


arata buildings. In this baHe area each forest has 
c building to the south of it, Now, there is no n*eed 
ta destroy a building to find if there is a tank inside 
- you can use the infra red seniors, whs<h will tell 
you on a quick scon 

This w l! prove *ery useful, because half of the 
buildings will cost you money to destroy, and foe 
□if foiftg you cm afford ot this stage is ta lose 
money On foe afoot hand nae Sure you do 
destroy any bu iding | radar tower, satellite dish or 
cammg tower! fod wil E gam you mon^ - you will 
need it alii 

You wdl |ust have ta search every bu ld«ng m 
the area for foa hidden vehicles [note that they an 
randomly hidden in different places every time you 
ployf, IT you keep to foe edge* at the battle area as 
much as possib a, you will avoid 0 proportion of 
enemy counter-attacks. 

One# you are ready, mase sure foot you can 
reach foe rendezvous point ot the designated Mm* 
The location is just to the east of the most southerly 
forest, if you happen ta destroy foe three radar 
towers before the end, then you will make eve n 
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f anyone has ever encouraged you to l earn 
ARt rxx, one of The things they might have 
mefitioriedi is its similarity in Basic. In many 
ways this is true. 

However, there is one area where they are very dif- 
ferent indeed, ami m this ARexx knocks spots off Basic. 
The area I am referring to is the ability to handle 
dynamic code before looking at some examples ot this 
Likm-useful programming feature, we will go over some 
of the main points of dynamic code again. 

First of all, most of yc.ni know that interpreted lan- 
guages, like Basic and ARexx, are noticeably slower 
than compiled Languages, like Pascal and C. However, 
die loss of speed is set off against a massive gain In ease 
of use and intenictioEi These features can Ik- a lot more 
important than pure speed, especially when designing a 
new program 

TEDIOUS CHANGES 

Generally speaking, compiled languages need all of 
their source code to be compiled, assembled and linked 
before the program can be run. If any changes need to 
lx- made, no matter how small, the whole process must 
be repealed ■ this can be quite tedious. 

You cannot change a compiled program's system 
s[ 5 diLe (the parts of the memory d m store the program 
instructions and the variable names ) once the program Is 
loaded, 

As a result, it is difficult to build your program up bit 
by bit, testing your ideas and changes along the way. 
Interpreted languages allow this kind at program devel- 
opment to happen much more easily. 

Because the program is run Ime-by-line (and mu in 
one unit), when you make a change in any line, or add 
new lines, your program will take ihis new form. 

However, up to now we still draw a firm distinction 
between the parts of the program that are considered to 
be instructions and the parrs dint are considered to be 
data. Dynamic code goLw even Lu niter tlurn simple inter- 
pretation, by blurring the distinction between 


than a compiler, dynamic code allows even more flexibility, 
since you do not have to worry about the variables that your 
program will need when it is running - the language will 
allow the program to create tliem or eliminate Them as neces- 
sary. 

This means that ideas which are difficult to code with slam 
third programming techniques become much easier to handle. 
Dynamic code makes it easier to express what you think,, 
because it does nut reinforce rigid boundaries. 

Of course,, any job could be done just as well (anil proba- 
bly more efficient! y) if it was laboriously coded without 
dynamic code., but the amount of programming work 
involved would he much more. 

You would need to write all the tricky bits yourself, instead 
of Having them supplied automatically by the language. When 
you waul a quick solution to a specific program, results cun 
be much more important than technical niceties. ' ■ 

Obviously if programs Lire sloppy, the results will suffer In 
the end. but if there is a quick way to gel a result it is point- 
less doing il The hard way 

Having got some of the theory out of the way, let's look at 
a few concrete examples to illustrate these ideas. We fiiss 
looked at dynamic programming in these pages about :i year 
ago, and man\ of the articles since have touched on the sub- 
ject, either directly or indirectly. 

DYNAMIC CODE 

Hie purpose of this summary is to highlight the main tech- 
niques involved, both for ARexx newcomer and for the more 
experienced users. 

ARexx provides three main approaches to using dynamic 
code. These arc compound symbols, the INTERPRET Induc- 
tion, and the variable checking functions like Valuet). We will 
took at Them in detail Remember that they are not normally 

Immd in tile more common languages like Basic. Compound 


Dynamic 


program and data. Whereas programs written 
in interpreted languages can he paused and changed 
without reloading them, programs containing 
dynamii code can charge the system space while they 
are actually running (that is, not in interactive or delxig 
mode!). 

Since this is equivalent to changing The program itself, 
this type of dynamic code Is someiimes known ax suit- 
modifying code, or syntax/wmuniks collapsing. 

CONTROVERSY 

Now , as you might gues^, tilings can get a bit hairy if 
programs are allowed to modify themselves too easily. 

Tht-re is quite li bit of controversy around programs 
that change themselves. If is generally recommended - 
and quite rightly so - that you should steer well clear oi 
them 

Nevertheless, dynamic code dike most powerful and 
dangerous things! can lx extremely useful in small and 
well controlled doses. The kind of thing we will use it 
for is not targe applications, but small, clever "hacks" 
that will allow us to do tricky gibs in just a few lines of 
code, with the maximum of ease. In the same way ih.it 
the Interaction of an interpreter allows more flexibility 


symbols Lind second level substitution comprise the first major 
tool that ARexx supplies for dynamic coding. Now; il 
you have used ARexx at all. you wall already have 
encountered compound symbols, since ARexx uses Them 
Instead of arrays and tables, for example index. n, matrix. 3 4. 
or rmn.age. 

We will now look at a process known as second level sub- 
stitution which is verv useful for cieming dynamic tables easi- 
ly, Used carelessly, It an also be the cause of many errors 

.Suppose we liave h string like this: 

string " "-iH'riCIt.MMIIThiir 11 

die compound symbol unusual, string gets effectively reduced 
by ARexx to: 

gn limit ,-t Dff'ihtt. .13 ! Xfl It U r 

There are two things to note in our example. Firstly, by using 
substitution, the system is able to create a variable (com- 
pound symbols are variables) with a name which cannot even 
Ik.- legally written in ARexx! 

Secondly; since it is li variable, it can have any value, 
including, naturally, the name of Its own node. So you can 
have a variable called array Johnl 23 with a value ot John 1 23! 






AREXX 


t - therefore possible for the nasties of the variables 
i he determined by their values. Initially the mind boggles 
t \ bui once the technique is grasped it is very useful, and 
* • d fun. 

This type of system is sons climes known as content 
IdressabJe memory, since variables can he idem* tied by their 
nsenls. 

Here is a tittle example dial counts and re pons the frequency 
i ivnnfa. in i\ text. As you can see the code that does the actual 
k is barley five lines long: 

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I * if-Eflunt.fllX *t 

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[ourt. = C 
list ^ 11 

tint - 1 the thru b L - nd ikr j ur n«-d 
mr tit [uy wMte iic^ 
in the blind 

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The program is very straightforward, By initialising the stem 
Count to if ail occurrences ol‘ lc junE. anti lung will be t) unless 
specifically c bunged. This is a ha .sic rule of compound symbols in 
\Wexx. 

As each word Is checked, its count is increased by one. At tlve 

4 

sime rime we maintain a list of unique words. 

COSMETIC 

The rest of l be code is mostly cosmetic manage- 
nleni. Each word is read in and COfivtiitetl to uppercase:, so ibat 
The" and “the" are recognised as the same word, 
The second parameter ro the Si dpi, '13'.} function simply 
means that Both leading and trailing punctuation must be 
removed 

Even in a simple interactive language like Basic this pn igram 
would have taken substantially more effort, since we would have 
had to create arrays of springs and loop through them chec k mg 
lor the ocai rrt-nce of each word. 

In A Bests this table is ncaintained automatically and searched 
"on the fly" without us having to do anything about It. I hope this 
I title example nukes some of the theory we have discussed 
dearer. 

Here is another very similar example dial reads line", from a 
tile and writes them to another tile, discarding all duplicate lines 


This idea is expressed in English 
very simpK and AfteKX lets us code 
it equally simply: 

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The rm^: obvious use of this is when someone wants 
to intn idijLt- more "de into a program white it Is running. 
We saw one useful example of this in the last issue, when a suing 
arriv ing from a remote computer was Interpreted by ARexx Lind 
thus used to control programs running on an Amiga from u 
distance 

In fart, tic INTERPRET ins [ruction is useful anywhere that 
ARexx lucJc : i he in J r xluced extern. ilk : ui.it e- when' i is mil 
part Hi the * Tigirul pfogom). 

ll i s mEeresting tu note that besides its advanced and arcane 
uses, the fNTERPRET instmciitin can also be used (n neaten up 
programs 

For instance, ’lyppc^e eve have a procedure which needs to 
share ;i '^erv large number of global variables widi'the main pro- 
gram. Nomully ^‘e would have to WTite tliem all at ibe iTcgjnning 
of dir procedure ccxk: 


quite write your 
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Ibis can be particularly imiating if you have many procedures, 
and thes all need m slure tlie sank- variables. If these variables are 
all placed in a Il^l in the main program, the following trick ran Ix l 
used: 

glebe Is - S art ¥if 3 Dar 3 ' 

Hy F u n-c : EMTERPREI 'PROCEDURE ElPDSE 1 pLobili 


Tile INITZRE-'RET instruction will ensure that all the gtobals' names 
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isJfc live arrival of the AGA chip set and two new ani- 
motion formais. the oofifusittn surrounding graphic 
qualify and pi ay- track speed has become even more 


re lunccd dun before, 


On the initial relea.se of the AGA, the Amiga world was alight 
■h what transpired to he totally outlandish claims concerning 
munition. 


Atck in the early days almost amthing seemed possible. Even 
1 -v- full frame, full overscan, llamh Images would animation per- 
\ no matter how much transition Likes place between frames - 
xvordinj* to the pundits 

In Du ill little of this initial hype actually held water, ami in faa 
Amaiioii on [lie stHoilled super fast AGA appear only marginally 
pucker in some modes and Invariably stowef when it came to full 
km*: playback. 

After many a late night desperately trying to squeeze additional 
speed from the AGA. my personal choice has to he old-style HAM, 
j n_-s interlace - wiih overscan. 

Although lacking colours in comparison to the AGA, old HAM 
< venhdess offers the only full frame playback medium which can 
achieve reasonable image quality and more importantly a 
^>pectahle frame rate. 

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i 'isevmg rakst.jnaWe rates and image quality can si ill he a problem, 
which h best overcome with rite assistance of ADPro and its 
sme ?rd dithering, file format conversion and animation load and 
lave optiportH - applied via the excellent l^itGonirol batch pnxess- 
x«g interlace. 

STILL FRAME 


If you then team d>e HAM output from ADPro with the speed of 
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Amiga am achieve., In fact, in some cases animation playiKick will 
even exmxi ihe 25fps it'gajikid ns the de facto videographit stan- 
dard. As for the much-hyped Animation 7 anti Animations formats, 
■fangs are again a Lid disappointing, with even lores interfaced 
Ham$ Images playing significantly slower than their old style 
counterparts. 

Qbvitxisly live new modes have the benefit of [lie huge numlxT 
i Colours and resolutions, hill alas all remain jus! mo slow for Eull 
nteeri List 1 — even with die Ixst efforts of both Animation" and tf. 

As a consequence Animations .stilt remains the fastest playback 
jrrrat - easily beating both the new modes on either AGA or ECS 
machines. Not all antanatiofis requires full screen, and in such cir- 
■.imstances the new modes and the AGA quite literally blow the 
M-style HAM out of the water. 

In fact, even tile odd lull-screen animation with limited move- 
ment and minimal reflections - assuming you re ray tracing - could 
lx improved In eertam AGA mockw. 

Finally ii you are my tracing, always produce your frames as 24- 
ui lilcs and lea ving the .sealing, resolution changes, animation con- 
struction anti dithering to ADPro - as ii wilt almost certainly do a 
better job than simply slowing the rendering software ro make for- 
mai alterations tv animations. 

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optimum playback speed and minimal colour stepping ss only 



PreCon trolf a near essentia* for trie serious animator 


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For those who suffer from 24-bit storage 
problems, ADPro supplies yet another life- 
saver in the form of Sentry - a program which 
co mev as part of the ADPro utilities collection. 

When combined widi ProGonirol, even the 
trickier storage problem should be resolved. 

Once set up with an appropriate directory and 
pitx casing inaractkxts the (urogram simply sits 
in rmtrioiy and constantly monitors the speci- 
fied dinfctory 

aJj that remains o to instruct your ray tracer 
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memory Jnnp wish \j >Pr - 1 and the rendering 
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js essential H iwever extra RAM wi U ilmoe.! 

Smooth 

operator 



always w • >.rk tut ? ar cheaper than a new iiard disk. 

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nitely less bulks rt&n a huge pile of 2+-\m\ 

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2 i-l mi after procc^ ’-ing, thereby fleeing your desperately needed 
disk spate tur the not frame. 

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stage usually associated with animation productioa 

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big fvodud£ons often requiring days or even weeks to generate, a 
Jew more hours isn't much ID ask considering tire tentfiis on offer. 

Now thanks m the ADPro family, general ing a 250 frame anima- 
tion - roughly ten seecimLs - would be a simple matter of setting 
yp the sourer de^tsnaiitm and pTtH.-es.sing commantb and hitting 
[lie render Ixitton - ensuring approximately h to 7Mb are free on 
your li.trd dtvk for storage of the finished Animation. 

Id put that into context, the .Sitme animatkm stored a.s 2a -hits 
could require anything between 10C) to 20GMb of hard disk .space 
plus ivu vile a dauplc ot Ixitins fXst-pRxIueliyn in order |o generate 
the finished animation 

Gbvkjusk having die original 2i bits safely nicked away an case 
ot accident for additional trxperimennttinn is ideal, but Jet's face it. 
how often does anyone have that sort of free space easily 
av^ubble- 1 

In shem, the moral of this tawdry tale is get yourself a copy of 
ADPro and FroControl, and stick with old style lores HAM inter- 
lace for animalions - at least until die mythical 060-based 
arri\tv sometime Ln 94, 


Paul Austin 
explains how to 
get the best in 
speed and quality 
when it comes to 
full frame 
animations 


Amiga Com pvHng; 


November fftyj 


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t is usual to write comments in source 1 code to make it 
clear what is going on. If you think tJial these are always 
put in programs for the bunu-tiL of other programmers, 


it* 'k again. 

h is very easy to write a program* forget about it For 
a tew months, then decide to go [jack to it If you have not 
winded any informaXkjn about how ii works, you may find that 
w r mvc tmuhle understanding your own program’ 

Don't wait until you finish coding before thinking about 
. ■ mg a mimenK particularly when working on large programs, 
p* 'dftLs is a very bad practice. 

V useful technique is to write the remarks before writing die 
t>. m of i he code so that you end up constructing a skeleton pn> 
pam upon winch to build. 

Having explained the need for comments you now need to 
# w what they look like: 


[* This ii * coiaint * 1 
( iq is this } 


As you can see there are two styles - the first is the old way 
«rf doing tilings and requires a couple of keystrokes more effort. 
> styles serve the same purpose so it Incomes a matter of 
personal preference as to which you adopt 
Personally, l prefer the first method because ii makes com- 
srenis easier to spot. Another good reason lor using ilii.s style is 
Aul C uses curly braces as tike equivalent of Pascal's begin-end 


PROGRAMMING 


I li 15 
i % * ID 

The right-hand mcIc ol the assignment is 
always evaluated first, then the re still 
stored in the variable. 31 (he two statements 
above wt. rr pan of a program, the second 
one would be executed In the following 
w ay The value of Variable s i ly) would lie 
added to the literal constant ren, then the 
resulting \ alur sw 'fed in % 

The most basic operations that may he 
applied Eo iniegcrs are plus, minus, multi- 
ply, and divide These are represented by 
the following symbols 

* addition 
sul^raaiofi 

# muiupikUinjn 

dn division 

An integer npeniExm will alwai k result in 
an integer result, titn in the case of dhi- 




hrackets. As most of the KKRM examples are written in C, it 
akes sense to avoid the possibility ot slipping into one lan- 
guage while programming in the other! 

As you are probably aware, most programs receive data, 
pn l iccss it and output some result. List month we looked ai text 


sources 


lures can also be used to output numerical data but before we 
investigate this. we need to see flow* to input and process some 
numbers. 

\ variable is a menu nr location where a value may be stored, 
is referenced using a variable name and ihe value iluii, it con- 
tains nijy lx. 1 changed bj applying operations. 

BTuqrii EllBptiDI; 

11 A eRDfiRAP TO DiHflHSTRATE THE USE Of mEMl.EE *) 

I#r (" USE Vir TO ] HD KATE THAT IRE G D : H □ TD DEf l,Nt ^QIe VARIABLES 

*) 

i : inttqer; t* +i EACH UitilBLE HO 3E liFEHEI OH ITS m LEHE Dl 

G, Sg| : i«tG|ir; [*« TOGETHER WITH OTHER* DF the $ME TT Pi, HH1CH 
IH THIS tm IS INTEGER *“) 

btgln 
i s* 3; 
fc := 6; 
sub ;■ h + G; 

fritltn!*^' t bV * t* VRRIMlEE BOH 1 f HIED QUOTfS BUT TElT 

STRSHSS DO! 1 ! 
rtd. 


si mi when working With real numiurrx division im\ ie>uli in :i 
fectk hi a I pan - ■ -a - “ . a t live d i \ ijec 1 bv m 1 1 . 

I3y convention we would say die iftswer was two and a lialf 
but using integer dhiston it would be two remainder one. The 
Pascal dh fundk/n a mpictrty ignores any remainder so. 

i r* 5 d 1 h 2 

would result in x being assigned da: value l. If we wanted to find 
rliL remainder we would use mod (which is short for modulo): 

1 ;r 3 icd 2 

Integers mi) lie input using the readlnt.) and readfF pmee 
dunes. The difference being dial read Ini > inputs a value then out* 
puis a line feed, while read' f fust performs input 

i - Dinciimiioi oi ehtegeh shput ihd output 

nr 

Ijh^rEtlfLt : ! -■ l e ; i r : 


Understanding 
programming 
code is a 
headache unless 
you document 
it clearly. 

Colin Yarnall 
underlines the 
importance of 
comments 


In the program above, we have defined three variables 
that will contain Integer values I whole numbers! To pm 
values in them, we use the assignment statement which takes 
the form: 


Begin 

i* jKFUT m INTEGERS *3 
u r i tt C 11 £rrttr in ! ); 

r h d L n ( i ^ ; 

uritfE'Enttr arOEhrf Sfif: 'J; 


v 3 r i at L t !- ticpriision 

Variables a and b arc assigned literal valuer, while sum is 
^signed the resuli of the expression i + b. The name £.if the 
variable on ! he lefohand side of the assignment may also appear 
on the right-hand side 


! * m THE" THEIHEA *> 
rfiutt !■ I + b; 

\* m OUTPUT TH! RESULT *) 
u f i 1 1 L n ( a 4 plus 1 ii 
end ■ 


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AIlows the creation of chord using between two to (our noies 
from an existing sample 

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is turn purely a makin g what you can 
gd Lit on-line ilicfvc days. Say you 
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the earth from space. Where would 

> l )U get it? 

Well, Meteo^at sends weather 
pictures down to earth m a dully 
basls^ and she University of 
Edinburgh very usefully puts 
them on its own computer sys- 
tem ft* anyone to download. The 
moss convenient mirror site is 
Imperial College 

This mirror System mean* that 
certain sites txintun infoninjiLurt from 
other sises which is updated (hopeful- % 

|y) fairly regularly. But Internes being 
what it is. you can expert dui die very thing 
yam are interest'd in suddenly stops luring t 
rent as soon as you start taking an interest. 

Tile Images on this page are prcduced fnmi Miteosai data 
throe times dally, at 0702 GMT, 11 JO GMT Lind 1W2 GMT., In all 
i we legions are represented on the pics fn mi Edinburgh the UK, 
Europe, Scandinavia, the Atlantic jud the whole world.. At the 
i in u- of writing ihr Ai lunik* images wm temporarily unavailable, 
hut hopefully these should have returned by late 1'uly. 

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quarter of the size of the GIFS, and lift- Gib are only 2^> cdoura 
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the satellite, visible and mint red. 

If you want some satellite pax, the sire to FTP to is: 

sre.diKMc.ac, ilk 

otherwise known as Imperial College London. The pictures are 
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question, so you on get pictures of culler places i| you delve 
around a bit. One of the Ik- si way* to do this is via Gopher, as 
tlie process is entirely JuLomaied, 

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mas' rather than “images'. These are short sequences, jusi like 
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Out 
of this 

world! 


Phil South looks down from a weather satellite 
and checks out the new CIX Usenet reader 

How to Usenet 


CIX has always Dean a bit classy in its fea- 
tures. and the Usenet teed has always been a 
top note'’ way o! seeing all Ihe chai on one of 
the world's biggest electronic conferences. 

But writing to Usenet has always been a bit 
tncky using mail to news.demon.co.uk to 
write messages is one way. for example. 

Bui now there is a new way to enter the 
world of Usenet, and this is via Ihe new 
Newsnet reader. This is a proper RN type 
reader for the Net and it must be one of the 
most complex things it's ever been my misfor- 
tune to handle on-line 

It's complicated, there are a load of conv 
man os to learn, it's unpredictable because 
itchy trigger lingers make mistakes, but you 
know what? I love it. 

In fact HN-type newsreaders have been in 
place in boards like The Direct Connection for 
ages, but this is a fairly recent development 
on CIX. 

I would have Ihoughl with all Ihe brains at 
CIX (hey could have made a reader which 


was more like their own system, make il a 
seamless pari of the CIX environment so that 
you cart access the system via a OLR like 
Nicola or something like that. 

But no. it's a complex beast e. and I'm only 
just confident enough to use il after a few 
weeks of dibblrng about on it. The best thing 
you can possibly do is to download the file 
called NEWSNET.DOC from the ci ((/manual 
topic, and read the document very carelully 
indeed. 

It contains all the keystrokes you need lor 
the reader, and in fact I'd print it out so when 
you hit a problem you cart flip the pages and 
at least have a stab at typing the right thing 

I'm sure that like learning to navigate 
around CIX in the first place using this new 
RN reader will become easier over time and 
with use the idea of choosing whe&ter to press 
s or S or A S dr K or k or n or P or S will be 
second nature like lelling people your 
name, Mina for example is. um. hang on a 
minute,. 


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