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March 

1994 


Superb 

3D graph 

program. 

Includes 

support 

for 

PostScript 
Aegis Draw 
and more 


Km ™ ( Bar -- 

Editor - 'SPfp 

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Pll|Wt 3 

Thp bumt disk copter if town 

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Pont tf io» king docs at AS bonAJrrs 

Fast #K 

Hew tPE G' fifes on your Amiga 


COMP 


Professional 3D graph plotting 
program with ProDraw and 
PostScript support __ 


PDC, JtMtftf and windows 


Pf |J£ # Ron Thornton interview • Upper Disk Tools 
MWe Humanoids • Emplant t BJC-600 t Monitors 
Amiga Guide • Vidi Amiga 24 (RT) t Panasonic KX-P2 1 23 
Ainigas at Molyneux t A2A Font converter and much more/ 






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A mail order purchase from INDI is a safe and secure detL 
sion and here's why, Indi is a wholly owned subsidiary of a 
public company now in its eleventh year of trading and spe- 
cialising in the supply of computer products. 

With a group turnover approaching £30 million per 
annum, INDI have the resources and the purchasing 
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nationwide and always be around when you need us. 


INDI are now able to offer competitive credit facilities 
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junci, it i£ now a 
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new 

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buter. Add n , 
ther Amiga, the 


ila not Be simpler, 


| Keyboard Option | fi£Jj ^ 

iirrrili 1 plugging into the SXI and turn your 
CD32 into s real computer 


Printer Option 


computer, why not idd a Panasonic Printer 
and enjoy serious graphics and Word 
Processing, 


External Floppy 
Drive Option 


Add -i Zappo 
f loppy Drive 


Memory 

Expansion Module 


and have nC«SS to ihe thousands of low 
cost Amiga titles-, 


Increase die 
memory up to I 


0Mb by the simple addition oF Industry stan 
dard 32 - bit SfeRfTO- 


New CD12 Owner! 


New Amiga CD 3 2 Pack 


Normal 

Price 


1 1 Amiga CD32+4 gainn + Lemmings. 
2 I 7u]>po Drive 


4 1 Keyboard 

4 1 SXI Expansion Module 


Can now enpy all of the advantages of 

Laurnh PHre. X”B 

drive and en|cy access to thousands or 
low cost Amiga Litles. Add a prtntfir and I 
move mto en pints and worn processes I 
The expansion possibdiues are as flexible | 
as rf ray owned and Amiga I 200 
HF TV HA IF, I'RUTS 
SXI CD32 

Expansion Module £139.99 

CD32 Keyboard £45,99 

£535.99 I £4 ftK.VH Zappo Drive sale price £40.99 


Amiga. CD 32 Software Titles 


Dangerous Streets Q&JR' 

DrepGOre 

Sensible Soccer 

Mrift Arenas 

Niad Morru*. VVorid Chan vptorrfi^M 
Morph 

Overkill S Lunar 

Pinball P*** 

Pirates Gold: 

zooi 

Alfred Chicken 
Castles 1 

Chambers of Shaalin iiicT? 

Liberation 


£19 49 
£16.94 
£17.99 


Commodore IQ 34 Stereo Monitor 


£ F9,44 
£19.99 


£19 99 
£19.99 


£21-99 
£19 49 


£19-99 
it *-49 



The Commodore I Qfi4s 
Stereo Monitor Compatible 
with all Amrjra products. 
Featuring 
+ Stereo Sound 

* H»gh resolution display 
A Ergonomic Design 

* RjH Arnica Connectivity Pack. 


£19,99 


£17.99 


£ 189.99 


External Floppy Drive 

Commodore 1942 Dual Sync Monitor 


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m This new monitor has been sp9 
■ cotly designed lor the New Amiga 
1200 and 4000 computers in order 
for you to enjoy Che*r fantastic 
j graphics to the full- The 19^2 
Monitor features built in stereo 


speaker!, 


£ 347.99 



Ypufve seen fill the reviews 
on this popuanr and afford- 
able second Amiga drive. 
"Compatible with nil Amigas 
Quality 9 out of I O ' 
Exceptional value for money. 
Amiga Computing 


£ 48.99 


Sharp Monitor / 




The superb Sharp I 4" Monitor / TV 
provides, a real alternative to a 
Commodore Monitor widh full 
function remote control 39 channel 
electronic auto search tuning- digi- 
tal on screen display Sfld 1 .3 watt 
Mpo audio output All you need to 
know is the low low price. The 
Sharp Monitor .' TV is the product 
for you complete with start socket 
and, connectivity cable arid including 
| 2 month* Warranty i I $9.99 



few low Mr ice fUE 
Interna! Hard Drive; 


indi can now offer top quality 2.5" Internal Hard Drives, 
for th-e Amiga 400 and I 200 at unbeatable prices, AH 
drives tome complete with cable and instal’aticm soft- 


8CMb 2.5" 
I 20Mh 2.5" 
170Mb 2.S" 


Internal HD's 
Internal HD's 
Internal HO s 


L 139.99 
£200,99 
£239,99 


2 Mb Smartcard 

The original and still the only Fully PCMCIA compatible 
memory card for the A600 and A i 200. C times with life 
time guarantee. Beware of cheap immitations. 

INDI PRICE £99.99 


Zappo 601 

Trapdoor upgrade For the Amrga 600. 1 Mb with 
RTC. 

INDI PRICE £4 9 














Wf ■ ■ y arched the colour printer marker ■■< 

•n the KXP 21 21 0uiet Prim* r W t th-^l 
- j >ji *isd with Werdwoi h vet Jt <i x x? 
t oi Wordwqrth free wir, - try pan : ■„■ • n 

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Panasonic 


find a colour printer grȣid enough Cn cope with Amiga's powerful output. yrt *t ;m n 
that if you wer-r going :c buy a Colour printer yau would probably need i* 

T9 .9 9 wo thought fh-at might h-e a liitlo expensive on top pf your pri 
Of tnur5P you might be the fortunate owner of a Desktop Dynamite 
■ 1 1 v ■ ■ of two great games. How's that for added vjFur F 


KX-P2I23 


£«< £209.99 


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printing cerihnofpgy ai jtn affordable pne e 

Fast Printing Speeds 192 CPS drift, M CPS LQ 
and 32 SLQ. 

Colour Printing 7 Colour patent (blue, red, 
gretai,, ydkaw, motet magenta. 
bbtki 

Quiet printing Super qui« 43.5-46 dBa 
sjpufid te*ri (most matrix 
primers arc typically in 
tuctis of 60dBa.| 

7 Resident Font* Over 152,000 type sc^fes 
using Soper LQ. Courier 
Ffacstigo. Bold PS Roman, 
Script and San Serif fonts. 

24 Pin Diamond Printhead High-performance 
and high quality output. 

I year Warranty for tcitzl peace of mitMf 



able price. We found chi' perfect 
fity word processing package t« use with it Wp 

rber with Panasonic wr decided n* 
i»i of word processing isn't for you. 


FREE Word Processing Option 


WORD WORTH AGA COM PLETEL Y FREE! 

WITH PANASONIC QUIET PRINTERS. The writer's chore. The lAkraiE ™d processor for 
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Collins Spelchecker and dvaawiA, no other Word processor comes rtw VridieH*; doubt this c 
die best document pmetsvars for the Aanga Today i-Arroya FomtiK- NORMAL, RRP 1 1 29.99 r 





FREE Games Option 


tome a pirate . 
eothplcldy open ended. 


Frontier Elite 

Tou may choose from many different 
rotes bom explorer to as&asin, from stockbroker to trader Battle with 

C rates across a galaxy of different worlds, tndc or smuggle goods or 
jeome a pirate yourself The goa's to aim far are endless, trie ome ts 

£29.« 



’‘The ultima bp in space adventure. Frontier is 
trie important step forward hm this decade 
. CU Amiga 97& 



Batman Returns 


An exerting program from the first 
film simulation. Vastly different to the console version with vivid scenes 
straight from the hut movie. Batman has returned in style. 

£29.99 


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Panasonic 

KX - P4400 



[Panasonic 


KX - P2023 


Announcing the Panasonic KX - P 4400 LED Page 
printer, che printer chat fits virtually anywhere. Ultra 
small foot print {12.7cm X 38, km ex trays) and 
under 6.5 kg. this printer travels with you. 

* 4 pages per minute of crisp, 300 dpi laser 
quality output. 

* 1 00 sheet, multi purpose paper tray 
' A4. letter, legal and executive) 

* 23 internal bitmapped fonts 

* HP laserjct series SIP 

* I Mb Ram expand ible to 5 Mb 

* 1600 copies per toner. 

* I Year On Site Warranty 



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_ dBa super quiet mode 

On screen set up disk-including printer driver for 
Windows 3.1 

P«t Printing Speeds 192 CPS rfmft64 CPStQ 
4 Resident Fonts Coun^r, Prestige, Bold PS and 
Script 

2 Paper Paths Top and Rear 

I year Warranty for total peace of rmnd 

Recently reviewed by Amiga Format *A fine 24 pm dot 
matrix printer at a reasonable prke, Buy Item INDI 
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Buy diis supert primer For just £169.99 AND whilst 
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KX-P44 1 0 Laser Printing KX-I 


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Panasonic Automatic She-*! (feeder 
amatlc shcctfeedcr for lOCP IF 23 holds 
43 A4 sheets 
NDI PRICE £09 99 
31 Printer Dun Cover 
SfieciaUy tailored quality dust Crider for the 
m-asomc KX-2 1 23 printer 
NDI PRICE £9,1 




3) Printer Stand 
Piece prmwr stand 

NDI PRICE £9,99 


4) P user Pack 

- i'30 sheets of quality A4 aaper 

NDI PRICE £9.99 


i) Continuous Pap 
-WO sheets I parr ksrin i paper 
NDI PRICE £19 99 
*j ParsMri Printer Cable 
To be used when connecii^g Amiga to 
Panasonic printers 
NDI PRICE £8 99 


S Panasonic Colour Ribbon 
clou r ribbon for KX-P7J23 

I NDI PRICE £1 2 99 
8) Panasonic Black Ribbon 
-Black ribbon for KX-P2 1 21 

INDI PRICE £fi.99 

ACCESSORY PACKS 

Pack E 

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Contains 6 colour ribbons for che KXP 2123 
RRP £11 9/9? _ 

INDI PRICE £69 .99 SaV€ £50 
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Contains automacic sheetfeeder 2 bbek ribbon-t, 2 colour 
ribbons, 1 dum <over. 1 piese printer stand RRP £ 1 69.99 

INmjRIC££lli99 Save£50 

PanaMnlt Ribbon Pack 

Contains 2 black and 4 Colour ribbons for the KXP 2123! 
RRP 99 

indi price £59,94 Save £40 


* 5 pages per minute 

* 28 resxtent fens 

* Optjoaical 2nd input bin (total 
prwTter capacity 2x200 sbeea'i 

* Low running costs 

* Parallel Interlace 

* OpTiocal memory expansion to 
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CONTENTS 



Nine pages 
for enquiring 
minds 


The most authoritative 
monthly columns in the 
business, covering all 
areas of specialised 
Amiga activity 


FEATURES 


Babylon 5 

Tlv man behind the most impressive Amiga movie ever made 




Adam Phillips take* a trip to the Mol inerts to net- the biggest Amiga monitor in the world 


Survival guide to monitors 

Buying a new monitor can he terrifying, Let AC provide a dearer picture 



Emulation 



Can you really squash ,1 Mae and a PC inside your Amiga? Denny Atkin says you can 


i~ | ARexx 



hs iA* ■ M'ctiticl [khI of his ARexx 
graphics series, Aivxtikltt shim's fruii! 1 
'■ori/cinms .-1 Rcxx cart rtctimfly he 
better than Ion-lad Uttifiimgcs 




U'I'rtJ ftj hx.'k out for its the- n-st (if the 
shoot hurtles h\ in the fifth 
ittskitmetU ufAdam Phillips 's t vitl 
retelling < \l ihi • i ‘idtx /-making stun 1 


Music mi 

Paul t hrrrut inker o look ut a puxe of 
Midi diagnostic fkwtlt tin 1 gtitmwH ed 
lit fatdp Midi users amid uutlixesM ItX 
fatdi-findtng grief 


| Comms 

>' OMfNJ head Phil Smith fimrtv 
that he l . mvj hsh'tf sometimes 
Im hy answering some ofwnir 
c (Hit ms tfuestnms 




Our Aww guni Phil X/.OUh huths 
of UNYJUe requesters, and 
examines the l**t miy to program 
the fde-sehx ting S title blighters 


| Publishing 

Ikm Pointer u'ith <v hints 
and tips nil hens' to get the very 
hi'si mulls when pmtfttartg 
documents on yewr Amiga 



Amiga guide 

Steve White start 1 ' the first of a two-part ad^enhirt- into the Amiga Guide 



Updates 



Image FX lakes a step up and Clarity lb enjoys a stylish new software revision 


REVIEWS 


Vidi Amiga 24 RT E9 



The latest in instantaneous frame grabbing in 24-bit colour A. 

Humanoids 

Ultimate 3D modelling from the creator of Cvcleman ifVyM - 

Vi - v 


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BJ600 


The Canon success stun goes nn 




A2A 



Classy font conversion from Alternative Image 


GAMER 

Packed and pulsating with the latest 
hot release*, Gamer is the definitive 
guide far true game fans 

Gamer Globe EE 

News cm fbiihoornirig releases 

CD32 round-up EE! 

AnnthtT three releases for theCOT3! 

Cheap Scab EE 

Another Blj’ bundle of bustling budgets 

Cheat Mode; Addams Family EE 

Hnw to finish Ocean > spooky performer 

GAME REVIEWS 


S tor Trek 


Jurassic Park 


n 


Fantastic Dizzy 
Cool Spot 

Pirates Gold CD 32 

Skidmarks 

FI 

Labyrinth CD3 2 
Tornado 


Campaign 


The ultimate 


swings 


unbeatable bargaii 

Shop Window 
Kx-pim 
Upper Dhk Tools 
A 1200 Beginners Pocfr 
VideoMaster ACA 


Stars of Yesteryear 
Classifieds 


Amiga Computing March 1994 

































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P*ffi{r^. 
At*n Dram 


Create 26 types of 2D and 3D 
graphs, then output them as IFF, 
EPS f Aegis Draw, or Geo 3D files 
for use in any other package 


(WB2/3 only) 

The fastest disk copier ini the business 
now with a new interface and 
improved performance 


(WB2/3 only) 

1 6 coloL.r icons for Workbench screens 
are now easier then ever 


(ECS and AGA only) 

View the most popular compressed 
image format on any ECS or AGA 
Amiga 


Output those long text Files four to a 
page nr as complete AS bookie Ls, all 
at the touch of a burton 


(WEB only) 

hfew MacPaint, PCX, BMP, and 
Windows icon datatypes for MultSView 


REGULARS 


f, i the States and the UK launch of FMV 


H stru ve got a problem who do you call? IX >S busters. 


Reader offers 


' - 'up*o at the la test AD Pro plus the transatlantic CLXC 


Bargains galore is ith our collection of shopping list essentials 


Absolute beginners £ 

Let Adam Phillips lead you into the light 

Subscriptions Q 

Subscribe and get your hands on a few freebies in Lhe pnx’osa 


Comment 

Are w e m the grip of a technological monster? 


Getting Started 

‘ • i He inner depths of the A mig fl CatttpMing CovcrDLsk 


Has recent media 1 
attention exposed I 
evils orkompufer p 
or simplitforcedjk 


ESP 

Ir - all here as the proletariat make their presence felt 


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Mew Qoftware for a New Year 


TW| Business Applications 







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We -art' pleased i d anivoum \ 
Hi, it HiSoft is tmw tlu- 
atilhnrised L'K conlacl 
pcilnt for Oxxi's 14 Base 4 
Amiga produC 1' 1 foi merl* 
known as Supvrbasv) l *^' e 
have stock of both SBase 
Persona'll 4 1 £ ifld SBase 
PmfesskrtMil 4.1g and after 
lull technical support for 
1 ht^L' progra ms w i t h our 
Si Lvlt and Gold support 
i lotions.. Wc car also offer 
upgrades foam earlier 
versions - please call or lax 
for details of upgrades and 
technical support, 


Both SBase Personal and Professional arc 
fuJIfoatured, fully relational and powerful database* 

wit h pull-down menus, multiple w ind nn - a nd h . . . g| m 

^ tOy0 u I Aini^ m ul.l-i aS ktofenv,mmu-» l %RQCQ If 

and they are now compatible with AmigalX*. 1.0 and * 

the AGA chip set 

SPaso Professional includes a powerful dalabcire 
management language and supports ARex* Please 
call for our datasheets or these superb products. 


Professional 

Personal 


Utilities 


Maxon Magic 


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This is the utility that you simply must 
own! Maxon Magic is a fantastic 
combination of 1,5 different screen 
M vera, a system event sound player 

and many amusing sampled sounds 
that will not only be incredibly useful 
but will give you and your friends 
end lessen joymcrU as well. 


tfie 'ey*'* 1 
screen suoer 

uiaiMc In 

action 


Mai«v 






The Maxon Magic screen saver work- 
in all modes, even with graphic cards, 
and offers you a choice of 1b differed 
amusing and entertaining modules 
such as ,'V^urjn'lini, Ffofoy 
Ffrrrr'orte. L>n=y Wnzmis, Mtss&gcs, Clock 
etc. As if that isn't enough value for 
money, Maxon Magic also lets you 
assign sounds to most ■system events 
including Window /Screen open & 
dost 1 event S r Alerts, Keys. Mouse 
clicks, Requesters and more, C house 
from the many sounds provided or 
simply ust your own sampled l FTs 1 

l^rh Maxon Magic your Amrifd U?Hf 

neucr foofc or sound the same again! 



Video/Music 


The best-v.vfoe real-time video digitiser 
you can buy;, VidenM aster gives you the 
abi lity lo record real-time mnnochromu 
video with sound at 25 frames per 
second as well ns quality full-screen stills 
from your camcorder or video recorder. 
VideoMasler RGB includes our new 
colour splitter.. ColonrMastLT, and 
produces amazing quality colour stills 

VideoMaster AG A works on the A 1 20(1 
and A-fifiG, connects via the PCMCIA slot 
lor extra speed and freedom to use other 
peripherals, allows high quality stereo 
sound and supports HAM6 and H AMW 
up to 640 x 512 resolution for stilk- 





W H HI 


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riinriiitiHan 


Clarity l n is our premier -ound sampler 
allowing rates up to 32XH? m 16 bn steri’o 
and up to 4BK1 lz in 16 bit mono on an A 
accelerated machines can handle faster 
sampling rates. The software prov ides 

extensive features focluding full edit control, 

a MIDI keyboard emulator, a sample 
sequencer, many special effects and FR 
Analysis, Versii n 1-5 has an U p-to-dal e 
Workbench 3 look, in its own window and is 
fully compatible with faster Amiga*. 



ColourMas+er 

ColourMaster is a new electronic colour 
splitter which works in conjunction with 
Video Master for stunning colour Stills. 


Mewilosmind is the new fl-bil. stereo, 
direct-to-disk sampler package; Ihe ^MWiin- 

is packed full Ilf easy-to-use editing features 

special effects and extmi such as the ability to 
print waveforms and sample information. 

The package allo ws sampling up to B4KHz 
mono and 56-KHz stereo to memory and up to 
£lKHz stereo to hard disk, on an A 121X1. 
Supplied with a hardware volume control and 

an extensive 144-page manual, Megalosound 

is impressive value at only £34.95. 


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SAS/C 6.5 

The standard C compiler for 
AnugaDOS gets a major 
upgrade for 1994; now the 
SA5/ C Development System 
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by John Butters 




CD32 assault 
continues 


THE CD32 assault has con tinned recently with 
r-imodore bunching the revolutionary console in the United 
Vjtv* and finally announcing availability of the full motion video 
"••xJule. 

Industry experts believe that in order to enjoy long-term success 
" - player must take off in the US, a market which Commodore 
hat e sen far failed to crack. 

But its launch at the Las Vegas Consumer EUvtiorU'. siunv was 
4 low key affair. Software houses gave it their support in small 
meeting room containing half a dozen machines 

Around U)G games titles were promised by the time it goes on 
■.i!v there in the next few weeks. It wilt cost S^ Lf and be packed 
•• : f H Pinball Fantasies and Sleepwalker. 

hack in Britain,, the full motion video is now on sate and 
Commodore claim if can transform tite console into the world's 
best home entertainment package 

When fitted,, the £19^ device enables up to 74 minute of movies 
.ind music videos to he played from a compact disc. 


Films available on a 

CD32 near you... 


Fatal Attraction 
Ghost 

Hunt for Red October 

InducL'nl Proposal 

Indiana Jiint-i and the I'emplg 

of Dochti 

MakedGun2s* 


Patriot Games 
RajiJii.T:? of Lht; Lost A rV 
Star Trek 
Star Trek V! 

Top Gun 

The Unlouctubles 
Wayne's World 



Lor Vcgai: Masilw twuifmrr ftrrtmnk Ilw used for Ui CO iJ touttch 


The module is based on Mpegl technology called 
Video CD - a standard agreed between industry giants 
Commodore, Philips, Sony, JVC, Matsushita and Paramount 
Home Video. 

Video discs have already started to appear,, many of them from 
Philips using a slightly different format called Video CD-L, but 
compatible with the Amiga system. They cost from £'J5.W each, 
and among the first Hi films are hits Tup Grin, Nuked Gun 2 > fiuWpf 
Games and Wayne's World. 

First music discs, meanwhile, include Andrew Lloyd Webber s 
Premier Collection, Brian Adams's Waking up she Neighbours 
and lnxs's Live Baby Live. 

Commodore boss David Pleasance saidr Jr Amiga CD32 cannot 
be matched as a games machine. Now it can offer movies and 
music video too. 

"It really is the first machine on the market to offer all forms of 
electronic entertainment in one box." 


Holograms to cut CD piracy 


A MEASURE aimed at gutting Illegal copying gf compact 
discs has been announced as figures from the international 
Federation gf the Phonographic Industry show CD piracy is 
on the up. 

According to the IFFL the number of pirated discs printed 
or imported Into Britain during 1942 was 700. ODD. In the year 
before there were hardly any. 

Now with the computer games industry eager to move to 
this ‘"piracy free" media, there ere worries that it won't he 
long before it too becomes noticeably affected by illegal 
Copying, 

Ai feast one company has announced details of a 
counter measure which alms to identify discs as 
authentic. By printing holograms in colour on CDs, Sussex- 


based Disctronics say they have made it virtually 
impossible to copy discs without expensive 
equipment. 

Although copied discs would still work, customers would 
be able to identify genuine products and avoid buying sub- 
standard imitations, 

Disctronics say the security adds very little cost to the 
software development. 

H We feel this must be a good, simple and low-cost step 
towards security," said the company's chief executive David 
Mackie. 

’We believe it is the responsibility Of the company Id pro- 
vide security features which allow customers to know they 
are buying the real thing. 1 ' 


Graphics 

zoom 

along 

with 

Warp 

ZGRRQ-based Amiga owners wall 
soon be able to transform their 
machines into some of fhe world's 
fastest and most advanced compuier 
systems. 

Warp uses high-performance 
parallel Rise processors to 
deliver super-computer power 
to people running ray-tracing and 
other high-end graphics 
applications. 

It consists of a base board contain- 
ing a single processor and ihe trans- 
puter-based system has slots for two 
extra processors. 

A network connector allows exter- 
nal boxes to be fitted and further pro- 
cessors to he added, and has support 
for SCSI-1 1 controllers and DSP dis- 
play modules. 

INCREDIBLE 

Each chip adds 30 mil linn instruc- 
tions per second to the computer's 
speed, with 40 modules carrying out 
an incredible 1,200mips. An unex- 
panded A4000 operates at about 
1 Bmips. 

A software driver makes the sys- 
tem compatible with Amiga software 
including Red! 3D, Vista Warp, 
Imagine. Art Deparlmenl Professional 
and Aladdin 40. 

But it needs to be switched off Id 
ensure the computer is compatible 
with other programs. 

Warp will be sold in Britain from 
April through London-based 
SatLink (071-371 7471). Prices are 
expected to be around £1,330 for the 
base board and £800 for each 
module. 

Towards the end of the 
year, an even faster version 
of The product based on the 
T9000 processor will increase 
the computer's speed in steps of 
2Q0mips. 


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Star 

Star LC1 00 Colour £149 99 

Star LC24/1 00 Mono £179.00 

Star LC24/30 Colour E249.O0 

• Built in 55 sheet feeder 

• 24 Pin Colour 

Starjet SJ48 Bubbtejet £21 0 00 
Star SJ144 £459.00 


• Thermal max transfer colour 
printer 

• 1 44 element head 

• Glossy colour output 

• 360 dpi resolution 

Citizen 

Citizen Swift 240 Colour £270.00 


Citizen Project £209.00 

Hewlett Packard 

HP tteskjet 510 £309.00 

HP Desk jet 500 Colour £339.00 
HP DeskJet 310 £239.99 

Lasers 

Ricoh L PI 200 £699 00 


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• Up to 8Mb RAM on board 

• 2 year warranty 

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Includes A60G with 1Mb RAM. 
Lemmings 

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A1 200 Desktop Dynamite £339.99 

Includes A1200 with 2Mb RAM 1 
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Amiga CD32 £289 99 

2Mb RAM. Du at Speed CD ROM 
Multi session, plays music CD's. 
256000 colours on screen, includes 
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Samsung C13352X £179.99 

1 ■■ SC ART input TV with remote 
control and on screen display 
requires SCART cable for high 
Quality display} 

Commodore 10353 £189.99 

Commodore Colour Stereo 
Monitor including cable 
Microvitech 1440 £399,99 

The Microvitec 1440 is a multisync 
monitor compatible with the A1200. 
Includes setup memory for different 


resolutions. 

Colour SVGA Monitor £229 99 

High quality Colour SVGA Monitor 
.28 dot pitch. 

A1200 VGA adaptor £14,99 

Falcon VGA Adaptor £9.99 

Philips SCART to Amiga £9.99 
3833 MKM to Amiga £9,99 



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# Video processor provides real 
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• Audio processor with two audio 

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Volume, Bass and Treble eff-eots, 
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Plugs into PCMCIA slot 
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warranty 

1 70Mb Overdrive £349,99 

Phone tor higher capacities. 



e Mouse 


m 290dpi resolution 

• 2 Micros witched buttons 

• Opto/Mechanical mechanism 

• Switch able between Amiga^ST 

• Direct Mouse Replacement 

Eklipse Mouse 

£11.99 



• 880K formatted capacity 

# Double sided, Double density 

* Through port 

Cumana CAX 354 £54.99 

Amiga 500 internal drive £49.99 



A500 51 £K upgrade 

£14.99 

A50Q4 1Mb upgrade 

£19.99 

A60O 1Mb no clock 

£29.99 

Plugs straight into A600 trap door 
compatible with A6QQ, A60OHD 



• 40MH? 68030 accelerator 

• Makes your Amiga 1200 run 
over 7 times quicker, 

• Allows up to 32Mb RAMI 

• Optional FPU 

A1230/0Mb/No FPU £289.00 

A1 23fl/4Wlb/No FPU £429.00 

A1 230/4Mb/68882 FPU £529.00 



• 16MHz 32 bit 68030 Central 
Processor, 16MHz Blitter, 

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RAM. Displays 65536 colours 
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• 8 Channel. 16 bit, high quality 
Stereo sound sampling 

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FALCON 4Mb No HD £699.00 
FALCON 4Mb 64Mb HD £799.00 
FALCON 4Mb 127Mb HD £899.00 
FALCON 4Mb 209Mb HD £999.00 
Falcon Screen Blaster E89.00 



Our Service department can repair 
Amiga's in minimum time at competitive 
rates. We can arrange lor courier pickup 
and return delivery of your machine to 
ensure it's safety. We even have a 
same day service which will ensure your 
machine is given priority and subject to 
fault, completed the same day. We offer 
a Quotation service for £1 5 for which we 
will examine your machine and report 
back with an exact price for repair. If 
you do not wish to go ahead with the 
repairs then just pay (he £1 5. However it 
you do go ahead then the charge is 
included in the minimum charge. Please 
note - The minimum charge covers 
labour, parts are extra. 


Quotation service 
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*41 I * - 1 1 * ■ r for people who need 

thr Iccfar :l -upport for Arnica 
■^jnr jnd hardware. 

- ijjr red include? telephone 

F *ra frame grabbing, profes- 

•ohI colour printing from IFF hies and 
t- k k>ma in distribution. 

The help I i nt, is available between 
.’-.i “p:n and provides advice on 
Workbench, graphics, video, desktop 
Publishing and other productivity 

us turners- need to pay an annual 
•i i ^ration fee of Li 5, which gives 
■ : . i . i - - to the helpl ire - which 
. an extra 48 p per minute (peak) 
and >p per minute i off peak). 

Accessing CD 

CD-ROM drives which fit into the 
' I - -v bay of the top-end Amiga § are 
a liable to enable owners of the 
c. rrputers to read CDTV r CD32, PC 
d Macintosh compact discs. 

Three versions are available, each 
aimed at users who want to access a 
idu range of clip art and public 
domain files. 

I eeds-based First Computer Centre 
314444) expect the £21 
Joshiba XM4101 to be the most popu- 
il has a 3CK) millisecond access time 
d 317k per second data transfer, 

A driver is supplied to allow the 
impact discs to be used with A1500, 
\200D, A300Q and A 4000 machines, 
j I though none of the drives allows 
C D32 software to be run,. 

I 'rices depend on specification, with 
each drive offering different access 
■ mes and transfer rates. The? XVUldl. 
however, is the cheapest at 014. 

A SCSI interface is also needed, with 
First Computer Centre supplying a 
device for £122, 

Speeding up 

t-HFAT Valley Products have 
announced details of their fastest accel- 
erator yet, the A40G0 GForce 040. 

It uses a 6804! i pm kv-k >r running at 
4u MHz, and can be fitted with up to 
t2SMb of 32-bit Fast RAM. 

An expansion socket provides 
signals for a SCSI-ll fast module 
that gives data transfer rates 
up to IQMb per second when 
used with high perform a ne hard 
drives. 

The board fits into A3D00/T and 
A 4000) I computers, and is due for 
imminent release. British distributor 
Silica Systems (081 "309 1111) say the 
price remains to be fixed. 


First time troubles cut 

FIRST time printer buyers are targeted for 
Citizen's new ABC 24-pin dot matrix machine 
which, claim the manufacturer, is the easiest- 
to-use machine on the nw Let- 

Billed as a true plug and plav printer, 

Citizen say that newcomers will be able to 
install and use it within five minutes of open- 
ing the box, 

The £222 ABC avoids complicated control 
panels and set-up procedures, and is config- 
ured tor use with the Amiga by EasyStart soft- 
ware packaged with the machine. 

EasyStart provides users with a step-by- 
step on-screen graphical guide to installation, 
walking them through the complete process of 
setting up the printer and preparing it for use 

It ha> been designed for use in the home 
and small office, where Citizen believe that 
many potential customers find computers and 
printers intimidating. 

"Our mission was to develop a printer that 
really is i- e,w\ as ABC/' said Citizen's group product manager, Andy Martin. 

"We conceived KasyStart as an interactive, graphical tutorial that guides you through 
connection, set-up and paper loading. 

” A bn’, v all, we wanted to make the Citizen ABC amazingly friendly and fun to use./’ 

Othei features include a print speed of 160 characters per second in draft mode and 
53cps at ift characters per inch. Memory is 8k and il has a resolution of 3fi0 dots per inch. 

Optional extras are a colour kit. push tractor feed and 1 23k memory, 


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Cheeky ad targets Sega 


COMMODORE would 
have had difficulty find- 
ing a cheekier position to 
place their Sega -knock- 
i ng L D>2 .V i'. crtiserniT'i 
over Christmas. 

The aggressive "To be 
this good wil take begs 
ages 1 ' ad appeared next 
to Sep's office on 
Cromwell Road, London 
throughout the festive 
period. 



CDi2: Ad strikes tJtp.se lo target 


Upgrades boom follows deal 

AN AGREEMENT just signed between Power Computing and US-based DKB 
Software Is promised to bring more upgrades to Amiga owners in Britain. 

The first is a SCSI-1 1 card which enables A3000 and A4QG0 owners to connect up 
to seven extra devices to their computer. 

Once plugged into the machine's Zorro Ell expansion slot, the DKB4D91 allows 
peripherals such as herd drives. CD-ROM drives, tape back up units, image scan- 
ner and printers to be used. 

Its makers claim the £399 card provides the maximum transfer speed for data 
intensive multi media applications, and it has a slot to enable a 3. sin hard drive to 
be fitted on the board. Other upgrades include a board which expands the A1 200's 
memory up to SMb. It has two sockets and prices start at £169,95- for a 2Mb ver- 
sion with a maths coprocessor. 

And for people wanting to increase the memory of high-end Amiga a. the firm 
will soon be selling a board whioh gives A3QG6s and A4CO0 b a massive 126Mb of 
RAM. Within the next few weeks a 6B030 accelerator wilt be launched for the 
A 1200. It will also allow up to 129Mb of extra memory to be added. 

Bedford-based Power Computing can be telephoned on 0234 843363. 


Revolutionary 
painting 
package nears 

A REVOLUTIONARY method of paint- 
ing is set to appear on the Amiga with 
the release of a new high-end pack- 
age aimed at broadcasters and other 
graphics professionals. 

The as yel unnamed program 
breaks away from normal ways of 
painting on the Commodore computer, 
instead using multiple layers of 
"glass" 

Previously this kind of application 
cost around £100.000, but the new 
package just needs an Amiga fitted 
with a 32-brt g:apluc$ board. 

Exacl details remain sketchy, 
but its British distributor says the pro- 
gram will be capable Of building 
images from several elements or as a 
rough 

Some television adverts are already 
made in this, way, with up lo 50 layers 
of video producing effects that look 
realistic to (he eye 

"After seven years wilhoul anybody 
improving on Deluxe Paint we have a 
new idea on how painting should be 
produced - it's revolutionary.' said 
Amiga Centre Scotland boss Martin 
Lowe. 

It i$ expected (0 bo available from 
ACS within the next couple of months. 

Its price remains (o be fixed 

CompuServe 
slash connect 
costs 

ON LI ME information giant CompuServe 
have slashed connect charges for hourly - 
priced services by around 40 per cent 
The US-based firm says the cuts have 
been mady possible because advanced 
technology has resulted in lower operat- 
ing costs. 

"We are pleased to pass these savings 
on to our members in the form of substan- 
tially lower connect rates," said Barry F 
fVrkm. CompuServe' 1 - executive vice 
president, 

"We have the financial strength and 
stability to allow us to reduce our raiL". 
while continuing to offer the most exten- 
sive range of services in the industry."' 

Areas affected by the savings include 
interactive forums, premium travel ser- 
vices. financial services, reference 
databases and entertainment. 

Someone accessing the services using a 
t ,200 nr 2,400 baud modem now pay- 
about £3.30 an hour compared to the old 
rate ot £5.50, Other baud rates see similar 
cuts. 


Amiga Computing March 1994 


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record due for Amiga 


MUSICIANS from iirnund the world have joined forces to pro- 
duces collection of dance and techno tunes furs record due at the 
end of May. 

Between 15 and 20 tracks, art expected to be included on the 
Amiga Experiment compact disc, all of them generated urine, the 
Commodore machine. 

Tl\e project started last autumn when Newcastle* U pon- 1 vne 
man John Atkinson, and local Time Stretch recording studio saw 
an Arnica demo. 

"Seeing the Space Ball rave demo we became impressed in the 
Amiga's amazing sound capabilities," John Atkinsu told 
Computing. 

An advert was placed in the computer press asking for musi- 
cians to contact him and from the (*> people who responded 11 
were picked to be involved with the record. 

The collection will he compiled on an AW P using tracker pro- 
gram OctaMed which, with its Midi abilm Atkinson considers to 
be the best software for the group - reeds 

It is planned to cost £6.50 and will tv mid bv mail order and 
through public domain libraries. 



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Complaints over 
computer use 

DESPITE the increased sales of com- 
puters over recent years., only one in 
five Britons find them easy Lu operate 
and millions mure have other com- 
plaints about their use. 

That's the finding of a Gallup sur- 
vey, which also shows people think 
computers have made business unnet - 
essariiy complicated. 

Only one in 2ft of the 1,000 people 
..[ues tinned believed computers helped 
running a home or family, with a large 
number of them saving they will never 
buy a machine. 

The suit et also showed concerns 
about the price of computers, that chil- 
dren spend tou much time playing 
games, and over (he spread of com- 
pu ter pornography . 

On a more positive note, half of ! 
Britons consider computers ,i must in ■ 
today's society and nearly as many 
people think they have made business 
mure sophisticated, 


Driving quality improves 

THE EXTERNAL Overdrive hard disk for the A12G0 has been improved with a new con- 
troller and higher quality casing and power supply. 

It is available with either 250Mb or 340Mb of storage capacity and has an average data 
transfer rate of 1 AMb per second and a maximum of 2.5Mb per second. 

Dealer Special Reserve (0279 6002fl5.ii say early reliability problems have now been 
overcome. 

"The new hard drives have been fully tested and found to be reliable, capable and 
fast," a spokesperson explained "They are substantially faster than 2.5En internal hard 
drives." 

I’riCCS are around £299 fur a 250Mb model and 079 for 340Mb capacity. 



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Survey to report on security breaches 

THE Government are carrying out a national 
survey tg find the extent of computer secu- 
rity breaches experienced by British firms, 

II will find the costs of violations to com' 
parties, identify major causes, give evidence 
about the level of computer misuse and give 
an indication of user-awareness of security 
issues. 

Ten thousand firms are taking part in the 
survey and its results are expected early 
this year. 

The last study in 1991 found that more 
than half of business had suffered from 
security problems at an estimated total cost 
of El .1 billion a year. 



DIARY 

DATES 


April 10-12, 1994 

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Venue : Business Design Cfitbv, LfiFirfon 
Qfydpijsrr BiV-i iJjt'i'PFj On-Imp 

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Europe's largest ir.ide show fur the 
computer and video games induslrv. 

April 16,1994 

Spring All Atom SIj<w 
Venue- Hail r Staff* 

Organiser: Sharward Services 

u* 4?3 mmii 

Last autumn's show contained 7b 
exhibitors - wme with Amiga soft- 
ware and hardware 

April 22 to 24, 1994 

MEJWS 'M 

Venite: Wembley Conference Cmtite 
Umdon 

Organiser? Htefmmsfpr Exhibitions 
10222 5121 2£i 

Britain' leading Midi and elect ron it 
music show, with many household 
name firms attending. 

September 20-25, 1991 

LfW "94 

Vcffuc; Ends Court 
Organiser: News International 
1071-7826893) 

Commodore have alrcadv pledged 
their support tor this large consume! 
electronics show. 

October 6-9, 1991 

BBC Big Bash 
Vrrrwr NEC., Birmingham 
Organiser: Haymarke t Exhibitions 
Future World area of this big riiov. 
will contain the latest computer games 
and virtual reality. 

October 26-30, 1994 

Future Enter tain turns Stew 
Vettfit: Ear's Court 11 
Organiser: Ensure Exhibitions 
(0125 442244 J 

The biggest public show of computer 
and video games players and a chance 
to see Christmas releases. 


March 16-23, 1994 

CeBIT 94 

Venue; Hanover, Germany 
Orpniisee Deutsche Messe 
<01049511 $90) 

Europe's premier information technol- 
ogy show often used by Commodore 
for the launch of new hardware. 


Amiga Computing March 1994 





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multimedia magic for the Amiga 


Media Point is the state-of-the-art in interactive presentation software. 

No other software package on the Amiga has this many features in the 
standard package. Some of the highlights; 

MediaPoint is professional: 

• Script synchronization on standard time, SMPTE and MIDI. 

■ Play full motion video and samples from harddisk. Supported animation 
formats; anim-5, 7 & S and (AGA) CDXL 

• Over 1 50 smooth screen and object transitions. 

• Use buttons to create interactive scripts for mouse, keyboard and touch screen. 

• Script events can be scheduled to be displayed on specific days and times. 

• Use ScriptTalk™ language to create customized scripts with variables, 
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Denny Atkin on Commodores 
cautious CD32 unveiling at the 
CES, and the rest of the news 
from across the water 

Low-key 
US launch for CD32 





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■ N E WS 

lien Commodore previewed 
CD32 at North American 
World of Amiga shows, they 
hiiitL'd that thy major US unveiling would be 
held at the Winter Consumer Electronics 
Show in Las Vegas. Nevada. 

Commodore did have a tasteful booth, 
but unlike the 3DQ, CD-I, and Sega booths 
— which were smack dab in the middle of 
the floor with literally thousands of people 
pa cing them each hour - Commodore chose 
to exhibit in a room upstair* away from the 
hustle and bustle. 

So while OBI was there to see. and Look- 
ing competitive compared to 3 DO aid blow- 
ing CD-i right out of the water, only about a 
dozen people were in the room to see it each 
time I w alked by. 

That s been Commodore's problem in the 
LS for years now. Instead of putting their all 
into getting the attention of the masses, 
Commodore have relied on getting the word 
out to a small group who actively seek them 
out and hoping those folks will tell their 
friends. 

Giffimodort? did stage a press conference, 
and that played to a packed house, They 
shifted the conference by mentioning, that 
the company had annual sales of Chi \\ mil- 
lion (a few years ago it was SI billion), aril 
that there have now been more than five mil- 
lion Amigas Sold. 

Commodore now feel (hat (heir US mar- 
ket is ]n video workstations, while the 


European market is mure cons u me r- 
oriented. 

in their bid to become a player in the US 
consumer market again, the company 
announced plans to release CD32 here in 
Man'll. However, the company doesn't have 
the resources to mount a major national 
advertising campaign in a country this large, 
su they're looking to use some innovative 
techniques to get the word out. 

These will include a CD32 Club and an 
attempt to get CD32 units and titles into 
rental outlets such ns video stores. 

Commodore said they had sold over 


100,000 CD 32 units as of the January show, 
and said they hope to be able to sell 300,000 
to 500,000 CD32 units in the US in 1994. 

Although many question their ability to 
sell that many units without a major adver- 
tising campaign, Amiga users here are hope 
tul that it will happen, 

Recent visitors to Commodore's West 
Chester offices describe it as J, a ghost town*, 
and the entire software development crew is 
down to fewer than ten people now, 

Commodore could certainty use the cash 
generated by L i successful CD32 product to 
get i ts stagnant Amiga development Kick on 


Lew Eggebredit said that the CD32-compat- 
ible CD-ROM add-ons for the A 1200 and 
A4000 Were still in the works and he hoped 
they'd be available soon. 

In an interesting side-note, he mention*-.: 
that Commodore had even considered the 
feasibility of creating 0)32 add-ons for thi 
IYI and Macintosh, but at the moment no 
such products were planned. 

When asked whether Commodore 
would release any new Amiga computer-, 
this year, Eggebrecht said yes, bul declined 
to elaborate. 



ADPro gets better 

All bough (he version number has only been bumped a little bit ■ to v£,5 ■ ASDG reler 
to the new release of Art Department Professional as 'the most significant upgrade in 
its history", 

Many long-time ADPro users will consider the user interface to be the upgrade's 
biggest improvement. 

"We surveyed our customers and found that some preferred a list- oriented graphi- 
cal user interface (GUI) for speed, while others preferred a buiton-onented GUI for 
ease-ol-use. “We implemented both and allowed (hem to be intermixed configurably." 

ADPro 2,5 adds RTG (retargetable graphics) tecnnology. so the new user interface 
can now be displayed directly on the screens created by third-party display boards 
such as the Picasso, EGS, Retina, and Video Toaster, ADPro can now render its 
images in a window on the same screen as its user Interface. 

ASDG have added CDXL, FLC, and FLI animation formats Digital Broadcasting 
J Stream; and ICO file lormat loaders and savers, as well as support for direcl reading 
and writing of Workbench icon tiles 

11 you own (he Professional Conversion Pack, you'll also gel support for SGI, Alias, 
and Wavefront files - professional stuff indeed! 

The Fargo Primers colour printer - an impressive device that creates absolutely 
beautiful high- resolution colour oulpul for about $1000 - is now supported by ADPro in 
its dye sublimation mode I've seen dye sublimation output from the Pumera and it 
easily rivals photographic or (ypesel output, 

An improved version of the FRED batch program and over 100 included A Hex* files 
provide a wealth of full -motion special effects possibilities. ARexx programs car now 
be integraled info ADPro's customisable user interface. 

Professional video and film users of ADPro will appreciate the new CmoMorph util 
Ity (no relahon So iho GVP morphing program) which can convert streams of images 
between 24 frame-per-second film style and 60 liBld-per- second video-style time 
bases. 

AH ol (his is supported by much-imp roved documentation that now includes nine 
tutorials, more illustrations, and an expanded ARexx section. 

The retail price ol iha program remains at £295, and current ADPro owners can 
upgrade for $45 plus shipping. ASDG have started accepting credit cards, so Visa. 
Mastercard, and American Express users in a rush tor their upgrade can order it via 
phone now. 

For more information, call 010 608 273 6585, Or write to ASDG al 925 Stewart 
Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53713. 


Microbotics sold 

fdicrobotics, one of the oldest Amiga hardware developers, have been bought by 
Paravision, a company with a video and connectivity hardware background. 
Paravlsion say they will continue to support and develop the current Microbotics 
product fine, and will develop new products with a particular emphasis on A 1280 and 
A4000 products. 

Microbotics recently announced the Modem 19, a high-speed 19,200 bps modem 
available In both external and infernal models for the Amiga, 

Pa revision' s announcement ol the purchase said thal they have retained the for- 
mer Microbotics management, technical, and engineering staff. The announcement 
also indicated that the team, in addition lo developing Amiga products, will also be 
working on products for PC systems running Windows. 

Although Pa revision are based in North Ridge, California, the company will con- 
tinue to handle customer service from the former Microbotics location In Texas, 

For more information, contact Paraviaion, 1251 American Parkway, Richardson. 
Texas 75081. or call 010 214 644 0043. 


Turn back the clock 


Did you move up to your Amiga from a 
Commodore 54? Do you mis> those casual 
old days of waiting for software to load off L i 
1541 disk drive? If so, Questinmix's ITie A64 
Package v3 will let you re-experience those 
days of eight-hit glory. 

Although previous versions of A64 were 
shareware., this improved product is a com- 
mercial program. The package includes a 
smal Imx that lets you attach Cfi4 serial 
peripherals (disk drives and printers) as well 
as a thorough 104-page manual. 

The new version adds compatibility with 
all Amiga models (although AC A users will 
have to turn off mode promotion), much 
boiler speed and L 64 compatibility, new SIP 
sound emulation that sounds just like the 
real thing, and fast-loader support. 

I here's also GEOS compatibility for 


6£M)CQ-basod Amiga?. The emulated E. 64 
can appear to have a REU (RAM 
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attached. 

li you have a lot of C64 data files sitting 
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purchase price 

Oliver features include a utility to con- 
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code and a full-featured C'64 machine-lan- 
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■ COMMENT 


E thic? and technology are two subjects which r 
though seemingly dispa rate, have been inextri- 
cably linked since the invention of the machine 
gun and boll action rifle brought man the power to kill 
dozens of his fellow men in the course of a few minutes 
without ever seeing their faces. 

Since then, moral arguments have raged with increase 
mg vehemence over the use of technology. At first in war- 
fare, when Arthur '’Bomber" Harris found contempt was 
his only reward for the near destruction of Nazi 
Germany's transport and industrial bases at the cost of 
55,000 RAF aircrew and hundreds of thousands of 
German civilians, and more recently in medical science. 

I he widespread application of techniques developed 
through genetic research reaffirm that man has never 
failed to use any of the new technologies he has devel- 
oped, be they weapons designed to kill tens of thousands 
of civilians in a single sun-hol flash, nr methods by which 
the Stuff of life itself is engineered and altered. 

Debates, of course, rage or in the medical and other 
communities concerning ethical problems, but these 
debates are usually sidelined by the pace at which nidus- 
trv takes advantage of the opportunity for new profit, 
Only a few decades after the first serious doubts were 
raised about genetic engineering, commercial applications 
tor the research carried out since Frick and Wats Oris DN A 
work are appearing every year. 

In the cumputer industry we face a similar challenge 
when we look forward to the application of powerful new 
processors. Virtual reality, viruses, and artificial intelli- 
gence spring to mind as three areas in need of more sober 
debatC- 

For example, can it be long beture a research engineer 
working on one of the advanced neural network pro- 
grammes presently being funded in Japan and the USA is 
confronted by a computer which requests not to be turned 
off? If a computer could, make such a plea of its own voli- 
tion, we would be faced with a situation in winch we had 
created a slave race of intelligent creatures for whom we 
were morally responsible. This moment of decision might 
be before the end of the century. 

Simply turning off a machine which had been me self- 
aware would be tantamount to murder. 

In more daily practical terms, can we ignore the 
promise ■ or threat, if you like - that virtual reality will 
change the way in which we perceive our environment 
and lead to new '"unreal" experiences 7 Since the evolution 
of the human race, the mainstay ot our connection with 
the world we live in has been our senses, and if we are 
now to track those senses into believing that the world has 
changed, shouldn't we be looking at the possible medical 
and social effects? 

Technologies of all kinds, high among them the com- 
puter boom, are forging well ahead of the ordinary per- 


Losing the 



Could human rashness and the 
drive for progress turn computer 
technology from friend to foe? 


son's ability to assimilate them Panaceas of ail kinds are 
being promised bv scientist who, despite enjoying a less 
than earned public respect, have nothing in their minds 
than the next discovery, and for whom the possible conse- 
quences of their research is a matter for government legisla- 
tion rather than petsmia I circumspection. 

The scientific community has effectively abrogated its 
responsibility for the developments if creates. This trend 
can be traced at least to the half-hearted protests of those 
involved in the Man hat ten Project which produced the first 
atomic bomb and can be brought down today to those 
involved in genetb research, who raise both the real prob- 
lems (as practical advances) and a host of ephemeral 
answers in the shape of arguments which seldom carry 
beyond the rarefied atmosphere of the scientific journal. 



SECOND CLASS 


Since the dawn of time, mankind has never failed to hr 
practical applications for the knowledge our technology 
has made available, and it is time we recognised this fact 
Advances in genetics, artificial intelligence, and other 
fields ll'WJ find their way into the commercial market 
place or the military, and when they do we might find 
that our Ivor Id - the one in which we all live, breath, ar 1 


If our washing machines, videos, motorway travel, 
spending, and almost every other aspect of every day life 
are to be monitored by computer {as they have been fur the 
last decade), if our lx dies are to be made second-class con- 
structions by the efforts of scientists seeking the cypher to 
the genetic code and the perfect human, and if our intellect 
is to be challenged b> increasingly sophisticated computer 
brains {Kasparov uuh narrowly defeated his last computer 
opponent), can weeit hack and watch? 

There has been little or no debate on the real issue at 
stake, which is whether or not constant progress, towards 
which the whole of Western society has been dedicated 
since Copernicus, is actually desirable- While advances in 
so manv fields threaten to take the humanity out of being 
human, shouldn't we be taking a step back for a breather? 


reproduce - has been irreversibly altered by anonymous 
lab technicians with respectable jobs. 

If we can't control and monitor the pace of our own 
ingenuity, can't question the sacrosanct religion > ‘ 
"■progress'", ljt are unable to tie our scientists down to th ■. 
inventions they release on us, with no thought for their 
own culpability, can we look forward to a future in wi- 
the individual has any liberty at all? 

Technological progress is the most powerful religion m 
the West and See: ms set Lo blossom into the future as 
fusion, power, space stations, parallel processors, ar i 
genetically engineered children come on stream 1 1 thl:- - 
the religion of the next few decades, and if serious deban 
on the direction we are taking Is not carried out, then E tv- 
one am a heretic, 


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G ood. graph programs, possibly 
because of l heir specialised 
nature, are hard lo find on the 
Amiga Spreadsheets such as Maxiplan 
{given away with last May's AC) have 
built-in graph generators capable of some 
of JcGraph's functions, but for profes- 
sional results it is hard to beat JcGraph's 
flexibility and power, 

Offering 13 3D graph types and 13 2D 
graphs, user-definable perspectives, and 
output in Il f-, PostScript EPS, Aegis Draw, 
and even Geo 3D object format, JcGraph h 
colourful results (in !FL form at least} can 
be loaded into any word processor or DT I' 
package you care to mention, and may 
even be rendered in 3D by Scenery 
Animator. 

All graphs start life as an Ascii file 
which contains the data used by the pro- 
gram to render the final graphic. Using a 
text editor, the user inputs a list of param- 
eter dealing with the number of columns 
and rows, the legend shown on each axis, 
and the numerical data itself- Though not 
as intuitive as the rest of the program, this 
process has Lhe advantage that any and ah 
data can be used with JcGraph, 

Let's start by running fcGraph and 
loading one of the sample da ta file's When 
the program's window appears or the 


From depicting 
company sales to 
the monthly 
budget, Jeon 
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can salvage 
graphical sense 
from a numerical 
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Workbench screen, three separate win- 
dows will be visible, one for main control, 
one lor output, and one showing a wire- 
frame preview. 

The first thing we need to do is load 
the data, so hold down the right mouse 
button and select the Open option from 
the Project menu. 

JcGraph’s data files are stored in the 


Sample Data drawer, from which you 
should choose the file Sample4x4,asc, 1 his 
is a set of dau consisting of four rows and 
four columns (hence the filename) and 
makes for a colourful example. Next, hold 
(he right mouse button down again and 
choose Load from the Graph Type menu, 
A list of 26 graph types can be found in 
the Graph' Types drawer, so double click 


on the 31 9_Defau It I y pe.grf file. Now we 
have both data and a graph type, so just 
click on the Render button found on 
JcGraph's main control panel and after a 
short interval a 3D graph will be drawn in 
the output window, 

At first, the graph wilt look a little flat, 
so take a look at the four sliders on the 
right of the control panel* These control 


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tt • angle arid perspective. Now click on 
fcivier again. 

Notice the difference? By offering con'i- 
control over orientation, JcGraph 
| us total control over the final 
^pcarance of the graph. 

Depending on the number of colours 
• Workbench uses, each of the 
co jmns can be given a user-defined 
colour of ihetr own r but the number of 
m " l] rs on offer ls set by Workbench's 
■v n palette. 

•\s the C over Disk uses only four 
colours for Workbench {to save on chip 
i \M 1 . it Ls difficult to make the most of 
the output while JcGraph is still on the 
di'k. hut installing on another disk is a 
breeze. 

lust drag the JcGraph drawer icon to 
4ji ther Workbench disk nr hard drive 
■rhich has enough free space (you'll need 
d*mt 3GGk for die drawer) and that's i t. 

The target disk must have the follow- 
■)g libraries in its libs drawer: icon .library 


(VVU1.3 and earlier h powerpackerJibrary 
(all machines), iffparse. library (all 
machines.!, and kd_freqj. library {WHO 
and earlier). Kdjneq .library is stored in 
the CoverDisk's Libs drawer and can be 
copied yutir new disk's libs drawer 
quite L-asily. 

Simply boot trom the new disk or hard 
drive, open a t.'U or Shell w indow, stick 
the i o'. erDI-k in DFO and tvpe: 

•:p?r tPfEKMWING' 

H n 8 1 H 1 9F* : LI BJ K 6 J R El , L IM! Aftf TO L3&S: 

If you have only one floppy drive this will 
involve a hut of disk swapping, but so long 
as the library is copied across properly 
WBI3 owners should find that JcGraph 
works perfectly from its new home. One 
last step is in phi-* 1 an Assign command in 
your startup-sequence Ln assign 
JCG R, A S h H ■ tu the p rogram s new d ra wer. 

Once on a disk which use an eight- 
colour Workbench, the program's Colour 
and Palette functions . Lime into their own. 
Found on 1 1 e Edit menu, Palette allows 
the user to change Workbench colours to 



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Fast JPEG 

Author: Christophe Feck 

The Jpeg standard, named after the Joint Photographic Experts Group which 
formulated it. is an incredibly efficient and compact way ot storing huge graph' 
ics files without losing much of the original image quality 

Depending on the trade-off desired between compression and quality reten- 
tion il is possible to squeeze 1Mb 24-bit files down to less than lOQk then view 
them again at almost their original quality. 

Even at half the ideal quality setting, it can be difficult to spot the difference 
between the original file and the compressed version except that the latter will 
be about a quarter of the size Our only problem is how to view the Jpeg files. 

As a new standard, now universally adopted. Jpeg isn t supported by most 
established Amiga an packages, but this duet of Jpeg viewers - one each for 
ECS and AGA Amigas - will decompress the files and display them as HAM or 
HamB images depending on the machine being used 

To test the program, go to the CLI window at the bottom of your CoverDisfc 
screen, click In it to make it active, then type 


CD DfGlJAST. PEG 
NPEGJ.C5 TEST, j s G 


If you have an AGA machine, you would, ol course type AGA where ft says ECS 
above The sample Jpeg file. an example of the Essence II textures for imagine 
2 0 which was originally a large 24-bil file, will appear as a HAM fon ECS 
machines such as the A50Q Plus and A60O) or Ham8 piclure (on A 1200s and 
A40Qtis) And that, folks, is that The programs use no special libraries end can 
be copied to a suitable utilities drawer on another floppy or hard drive by |usn 
dragging their icons across. 

Von will, of course require either a steady supply of Jpeg images from a bul- 
letin board or PD library, put jusl as soon as we find a decent, reliable Jpeg 
encoder in the shareware sector, well be including it on a later disk 


create a range of more exciting hues for 
the t inched graph, and Colour enables the 
application of different colours to the 
graph's background, ground colour, and 
those used fur each column of data. 

Before Colours can be assigned, you 
must of course load some data, but this is 
the only restriction, and there's nothing to 
slop the user creating a set of very 
psychedelic bar charts. 

All you need do before wall papering 
the bedroom with these graphs is learn the 
simple rules governing the make-up of a 
data tile, 

To begin with, all files are created in a 
text editor such as Workbench's Ed and 
slWkS a-. Ascii files. I he common format is 
to start the file with a line which simph 
says "1Q02- followed by a comma, a 
set] Lienee which tells JcG raph that this is 
one of its data files. 

Next, ut must specify the number 
of columns, which arc those values used 
for the X axis (months, years, and w uei), 
then the number of lines, which corre- 
sponds to the number of items in the 
graph. 

For example, if we wanted to compare 
sales ot three products over halt a year, we 
would enter u for the number of months 
{or columns], and 3 for the number of 
products (or lines) ensuring that they an? 
separated by a comma. 

On the same line we Jell JcGraph how 
often we want the Y axis marked. If. say, 
our product sales are in tens of thousands, 
we would use the figure ID, and so on and 
JcGraph would mark the axis from u to the 
highest figure used in units of ID. 

Finally on this line we have a floating 


point hal ue which enables us to use float- 
ing point values if required, but for most 
graphs this will be set at 0 to forte integer 

mode. 

Our first two lines so tar look like this: 
1QC2, 

Next we give JcGraph the sales figures, 
one Line for each month. So, lor example, 
if products A to C respectively sold 
20,000, 25,000, and 17,000 units that 
month, we enter: 

?Dj5,u, 

and so on until we have covered all the 
months. 3 : ur now, just think of a few ran- 
dom Dili's figures to giee us a nice spread 
for the finished graph. 

Finally, we have two lines., one in 
which we set out the markers for the X 
axis, and the other in which we name the 
Items being recorded. In our example, 
these could be: 

Jin^fih,nar,,i,pr,ka^,Jun r 
P rs d li, ProitE, Ft 

If we now save this as MvGraph.asc and 
bad it into JcGraph we can see the results 
for ou rsel ves. 

E : ull details uf the rest ot JcGraph r s 
capabilities, including its ARexx Interface, 
can be found in the documentation which, 
as a matter of interest, you might not want 
to print oul until you've taken a look at 
the instructions for the excellent 
DocDump program, aUo on this month's 
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Icon Editor 
v4 

Author: Peter Kiem 

Good 16-colour icon editors for the new 
Annigas are hard to find, but knn I-' Jit or 
v4 (1 Ev 4) is one of best and offers 
enough figures to satisfy even the most 
artistic icon designers 

With a maximum of 16 colours and the 
ability fo create enormous icons, 1 Ex 4 6 
much better than the Workbench editor 
supplied with releases 2.1)4 and 3 0 and is 


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Author: Sebastiano Vigna 

A brand new version of a program we distributed over a year ago, SuperDupnr 3.D is 
one of the fastest and most reliable dish copying programs in the shareware sector 
and, as il has undergone a complete rewrite to take belter advantage of WB2 04 and 
3.0, we thought another airing was called lor. 

Simply speaking, SuperDuper gets around the Workbench limitations on copying 
disks by using RAM buffers, stepping she heads of any second and third drives 
attached lo your system, and several other tricks to squeeze as much speed as if can 
from your disk drive, 

If you are fortunate enough to own a second floppy drive or even third, the speed at 
which SuperDuper carries out a complete disk copy will be something lo watch. 

By reading a disk, storing it «n a buffer, and squirting to two or more extra drives at 
the same lime, SuperDuper can make up to Ihree copies of a floppy <n ess time than it 
takes the. usual Workbench mc-thoo to copy one. 

The SuperDuper interface is split roughly into three areas. Rrst there is the fuel bar 
used to show the progress of operations, below which is a second panel containing the 
program's options, and on the right there is a selection of buttons to choose source 
and destination drives and the method which SuperDuper will use. 

Four distinct methods are on offer, and a quick examination of them will help explain 
how this utility works. 

Disk2Qisk is a straight copy from one disk to another, and to use it you must have a 
second floppy drive, This simplest method is the best for most single copy functions, 
and functions mare quickly than the traditional DiskCopy command. A simple copy 
from and to the internal drive is about 25 seconds quicker with SuperDuper, 

Note that with all buffer methods, once a buffer image ol a disk is created, it needn't 
be read again, which makes subsequent copies twice as fast. 

The second mode is the buffer mode, used for DFO: to DFG: copies, using which 
SuperDuper will create a RAM image of the disk before writing it to the second disk It 


easier to use. Simple controls And self- 
explanatory menus make creating new 
image & or adapting old ones an easy 
affair. 

On loading, once the timed shareware 
notices have disappeared, the program 
presents the user with a large edit win- 
dow through which an image can be 
scrolled using the standard scroll burs, 

In addition, a zoom bar above the main 
window offers a range of magnifications 
up lo 16 times normal si/e, at which point 
pixels are enormous it rid detailed editing 
a breeze, 

A cluster of four cursor-type arrows in 
the lower Jeff of the window can be used 
tn phvsically move the image in the win- 
dow rather than just scrolling through il. 
so there are options aplenty lo keep users 
happy. 

Painting itself, as with most icon edi- 
tors, is less well catered for, andi only 
flood fill, text input, and freehand draw- 
ing are available, 

However, as most of us would rather 
design our icons in a paint package such 
as DPaint and as IE 1 *. 4 has an Iff 1 import 
option, these few tools suffice for touch- 
ing up and finishing off an image, 

information details tor the icon can be 
set using a large friendly requester. Here 
the user can decide on any default Or 
other tool types the icon requires, set Us 
initial screen position, and choose which 
of the basic file types (disk, drawer, pro- 
ject, and so on) it will be. 

Images can be copied from the normal 
to the selected icon states and can be 
scaled up or down between one-eighth 



and eight times their Original 4/e. In add 
bon, the program will, automatically ft 
colour a WB1 .3 icon to suit the changed 
WB2.04 and later colour palette. 

Even programmers are taken care of bi 
the option to export icon information as i 
code, providing another d intension in 
flexibility. I here's no output for assemblt t 
code, but as most intuition programming 
(for beginners at any rate) is done in C this 
is not a problem. 

The Preview mode cleverly depicts the 
finished icon with all colours correct for 
the present Workbench settings and in tb- 
currently selected screen mode, so there - 
no excuse for a finished design which 



you have a 2Mb Amiga this will take place in one pass. but other users might have ic ' 
switch disks to avoid the RAM di$k overflowing. 

Third we have the HDBulfer method, which creates an image of the source disk on 
hard drive before writing il to (he destination disk. This is ideal for Ihose with hard 
drives but limited memory, with the bonus that the buffered disk can be kept on har 
drive unhl anplher copy is required 

Laslly, there is the VD (or virtual device) Buffer mode which is best suited lo those 
who use RAD , VDQ , or any other recoverable virtual RAM disk. 

SuperDuper will create the buffer in these virtual devices, thus ensuring to at over- I 


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et's take a quick run through setting 
«P * project icon. Imagine you have a set 
commands ymi r d like to be able to 
■Hit quickly but which are inappropriate 
to the startup-sequence, such as a set of 
assign commands. 

- run these from Workbench., first 
' . 'Mr usual text editor (Ed will do) 
•Pd save nut the list of commands (or 
feu i h npt as it will now be) to disk, 

N e xt, load 1 Ev 4, hold down the right 
Bov^ button, and choose Load Default 
to tn the Project menu. A list of default 
(duns -ihould appear front which you 
dbi"uM choose Project After a short 


pause, the project icon will appear in 
IEv4 J s edit window where you can mess 
about with it as you please. Once .ill the 
graphical editing is over, select E-'dit Irtfo 
from the Icon menu and take a look at the 
options on offer, 

From top left, we can see that HEv4 
already knows that the icon is for a pro- 
ject, but there are no proper foul types and 
no default tool, i nr our purposes, we 
need to set the default loo] type as IconX, 
the Amiga DOS command which will 
automatical!*, execute the script which 
calls it. 

To do this- simply type the follow i:ig 
Into the default tool string gadget. 

iDItONI 

I his instructs the Amiga that when our 
project icon i?> double clicked, it should 
load IconX from the C directory of the cur- 
rent system disk and pass the script to it 
tor execution. Now all wo need do is close 
the information window by clicking on 
the close gadget in the top left, then select 
Save As from the Project menu. 

When the file requester appears, find 
the script file you originally saved out and 
savr the icon under the same name. IEv4 
will not overwrite the file, just save the 
icon With the ' info" a p pender to identify 
it a* an icon. Note that this unregistered 
version of IEv4 will quit out as soon as 
you save. 

Now we can go back to Workbench 
and double cl ick on our new icon to carry 
out whatever commands were held in ihe 
script file A straightforward process 


which is much the same for the creation of 
most other icons, and even if you slill feel 
a little unsure there are plenty of hints and 
tips in the on-disk documentation. 

Doc Dump 
3.6 

Author: Robert 
Grob 

This is the latest version of a 
program which is designed to take long, 
unwieldy text files such as those 
often found on Cover Disks and shareware 
disk, chop them up into small pages, 


and print as many pages as possible to 
each sheet of paper. 

With the help of DocDump's booklet 
setting it is even possible to have the pro- 
gram arrange documents in the correct 
order mi both sides of a sheet of paper so 
that once printed they can be cut in halt 
and arranged as a double-sided As book- 
let complete with page numbers. 

Going through this process manually 
using & word processor would be unbear- 
ably tedious, yet Doc Dump does it ail in 
moments and without mishap, making it 
one of those unsung little heroes of the 
utility world. It does an unglamorous 
but very useful - job quickly and effi- 


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something goes wrong during a multiple copy, the image of the original disk will sur- 
. ive a warm reset. 

VenPication is carried out on all copy modes, even on the RAM disk itself so 
S^parDuper is just as reliable as a normal Workbench DiskCopy. In addition, all the 
jsual Dpi ions you d normally have to type In at Shell can be accessed by clicking on 
foe Options button. 

When this is done a second window opens containing a number of gadgets 
and toggle buttons using which Ihe user can decide on whether or not to have 
. -:rification on or olf (for Easier, but less reliable copying), which file system to use, and 
so on, 

Note the string gadgels to the right, and in particular the one marked XPK Lib. The 
shareware and PD XPK libraries now most commonly used by crunchers and packers 
■ ncljding the FAST and NUKE libraries used by Disk Expander) can be found on 
many BBSs and in some PD libraries, and as tong as you have erne ol Ihese libraries 
you car specify that ii is to be used in all buffer operations. 

In other words, Ihe presence of an XPK library on your system disk will ensure lhat 
a data buffered to the RAM disk will be crunched quickly as it is stored, then 
scrunched on its way to (he second disk, thus making it possible for iMb owners to 
copy complete disks in RAM wilhoul any disk swapping. 

II is also possrble. using the siring gadgets in the lower right to specify the start and 
•Mid cylinder to avoid copying large tracts of empty disk, and it is an option the more 
expert among us will find a very useful speed boost. 

Other gadgels here either speak for themselves or are described in the documenta- 
ry;, but note lhat SuperDuper automatically detects HD disks, so those lucky enough 
to have one (step forward all you A4000 owners) can use Ihe program wilh their 
1 7QMb disks. 

SuperDupsrte third useful window is accessed by clicking on Ihe Info button lound 
on the main control screen.! a button which opens a window showing in graphical form 
the progress of all copy operations, Elapsed time, drive slatus, and number of copies 



Full tofilnil tiTtr the copy pmtm ii courttif ol JtrpprOrjprr i main icrrtn 

made are shown and constantly updated, as is a list of the disks so far 
copied - useful tor putting an end to oonlusron when making a number ol different 
backups. 

From the main window it is also possible just to check a disk for errors 
or formal it using the toggled options selected through the options screen, 
making SuperDuper an all-round, friendly replacement for Format and DiskCopy. Ihe 
two commands used most by new users and those which provide the most problems 
at lirsl 


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■ COVERDISK 



Author: Commodore- 
Amiga Inc. 

Datatypes a ns a special tealure of Workbench 3.0 and are u$ed 
by the Multi Vie w utility as loader nodules. As soon as a new 
Datatype is installed on your Workbench 3.0 floppy or system 
partition, the MuttSView program will be able to view files saved in 
the format corresponding to the new datatype 

The directory found on this month's Cover Disk includes a set ol 
Datatypes covering the mostly PC-oriented image formats PCX 
and BMP, Windows icon images, and MacPaint bitmaps. 

Installing Ifiem on your system disk is easy as pie. Bool from 


your normal system disk or partition, put the CoverDisk in DF 
Open a Shall window and type: 

[J DfQrDVtATTFES 

COPT *EYS STSrDEVS ALL (LOft 

C! CLASSES 

copt immts (ts : classes jhtjutph au cuke 

todbitatype* REFRESH 

Amiga DOS will copy all the new files to your existing SYS d ■ 
and when Ibe AddDalaTypes command has been issued they m 
be ready tor use. Mu Ifi View will now recognise any file saveo r 
the new formats, and if you already have the Jpeg and 3 : 
DataTypea distributed bn CoverDisks last year you'll bo well ty i 
your way to the complete picture viewer. 

Look out for new DutaTypes as we find them, 


> 

ciently without blowing its own 
trumpet. 

First of all, run the program which will 
bring up a smallish window peppered 
with gadgets used to set the various print 
parameters. I here art- buttons to toggle 
support for tabs and lino feeds, choose 
output to ore of the printer ports or a 
drawer on disk, set the page sue, and 
paper type. 

On the right of the screen, a set of string 
gadgets hold the default number of lines 
per page and so on for each of the stan- 
dard page settings and document modes 
Dump, Column, and Booklet). 

Dump mode is a simple squashing 
method to squeeze four times as much 
text on a single piece of paper and 
can be difficult to read if yon have had 
eyesight. 

Booklet mode produces cute little A5- 
double sided booklets but takes a let more 
lime, and column mode i- designed for 
those Jong documents such as source code 
listings, which can be printed in two 
columns to avoid wasting most of a sheet 
of paper. 

At Ihe moment, DocDump recognises 


the 

DISK 


crunched text files but w :ll mil de 
crunch them, so you'll find the small com- 
mand Etecrunch on this month's disk. Use 
this from the CU to decrunch 
PowerPacked documents using the 
command: 

DEtillltH UlLElWIlE) to (UEUlMD 

Where j Filename! i> the path and name 
I for example DFO: DocDump/ Doc 
Dump, Joe} of the original file and 
|Newnamef Is the Liocrunched file 


(R AM ;D*xT>u mp.de* would be fine?). 

Once a text file is available, use the 
Load, button on Doc Dump's control 
screen to select it, then click on 
Analyse. This will open a small info 
screen telling us how many pages 
there are in the dLicu merit and how 
many sheets of paper will be required 
depending on the selected print 
mode. 

Our next Job is to choose a printer 
driver using the Load Drv button and 
the subsequent file requester to open the 
DEVS; Printers drawer. On our CoverDisk, 
on I y the generic printer driver is included, 
but if you have installed DocDump to 
hard drive or another Workbench disk 
(see Installation panel) you should have a 
greater selection. 

OK so far"? So Jung as you're happy 
with the document settings, which we 
won't go into m great detail here, the doc- 
ument should appear on paper more or 
less perfectly. 

For some documents, fiddling n ith the 
default lettings is advisable, and for 
printing the DocDump.doc file itself 
there are detailed instructions at the 
beginning of the text file itself on which 
settings to use. 


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Amiga DOS partitions), Hard Files MAC BOOK (via Mac 
drive adapter), MAC/I Bfvl 1,44Mb, IBM 720K, EMPLANT 
and A MAX formats. The SCSI interface supports both 
Amiga peripherals and the peripherals of the emulated 
system at transfer rates ol over 1 Mb/Sec. 

EMPLANT supports AppleTalk, Serial ports. Printers, 
Modems, Midi, etc. You may use SyQuest. Any 
AmigaDOS device (DHQ: r RAD:, VDD: etc.), Scanners, 
Graphics Tablets, CD ROM etc, 

Emulation speed is exceptional and compatibility is 
excelled. All known software runs! The emulations 
incorporates cross-platform file transfer. 

The IBM 3B&/486 emulation is imminent, with Atari 
flO 0/ST, 'Falcon, 064/128. SMES/SEGA, Apple 11 (among 
others) all planned in the future These will be available 
as low cost upgrade modules. 

EMPLANT currently supports any Zorro equipped Amiga 
with the A12G0 PCMCIA version out soon. The Mac emu- 
lation alone requires 68020/30/40 with 4Mb RAM mini- 
mum and also 256 K Mac I l/xv'cx/SE 30 ROMs. 

EMPLANT can be expanded to provide 2Mb ol battery- 
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Other add-ons are planned. 

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i he Amiga computing Lovermsk is 
designed to be as simple to use as 
possible. Follow these instructions 
and you'll be up and running in no 


Workbench 3 

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

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


Amiga Computing March 1994 


Copying individual files 


De-archiving 

Occasionally we have so many programs to fit onto the 
CoverDisk thaf we have to archive them. Archiving is 
where we lake the entire contents of a disk and conv 
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 
:hen you will need a blank disk io dearchive it onto. 

Say we have archived a program called FRED. You 
simply double dick on FRED's icon, and will be asked if 
you have a blank diisk ready to dearchive to. Type 
or Ji n" accordingly. 

Your computer will then copy the archived fife into 
its memory and ask you to insert your blank disk. II will 
proceed to format the 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 program on it and then use the program as 
instructed in Lhe CoverDisk pages. 

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


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To might at some point want to copy a single program 
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even your hard drive. 

To do this you'll need the COPY command. As most 
C , ■ e r Dis k programs are stashed away in their own direc- 
' the quickest way to copy a program is to copy the 
mt in directory at once. Use the command: 

•I0PT tdlfiEtarrJ TO {ntNdiikJ ALL 

•There {directory) is Lhe full pathname of the directory 
- ■. sh to copy, and jnewdisk) is the name of the disk 

an: n rectory into which it will be copied, 

for example, if you wanted to copy a utility called 
FRED tram CoverDisk 2?'s Utilities drawer to a directory 
i ' FflED on your Workbench disk, you'd type: 

' ■ C i'l E Kfrl 5K27 : UT I L ! T 1 E3 j' F IE D TD UOfICBE HDfl JVf RID AIL 

A temativdy, you can click once on the FRED directory 
and drag it across to the new disk's window. This 
' i-, the advantage of creating a new directory for you 
i copying the icon as well. 

Once you have moved a particular program to where 
fou squire it you could experience some problems run- 
■ 1 ; the program. This is sometimes caused by Lhe pro- 
gram not being able to I ind files which it needs to run. 

a good example is the text files on the CoverDisk, 
Ihr ■■ have been crunched using PosverPacker, so when 
■o . try to copy them to another disk and then 17 to read 
’ err you can't unless you have also copied the 
Po.vt-rpacker library into your LIBS drawer, 


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


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Below we explain how to copy 
***• s from one disk to another, how 
copy the entire CoverDisk and 
he w to de-archive programs. One 


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 


copy the entire CoverDisk,. load up your 
Workbench disk, then either click once on the 
-rDisk icon and select Duplicate, or select Copy 
* m the Workbench menu, or open C LI/ 5 hell and 
Tpe: 

6ISR£l)Pr FtM frFfl; TO OF0: 

when prompted, put your CoverDisk (the source 
disk) in dIO: and be ready to replace it with your 
' ink disk (the destination disk). Follow lhe Amiga's 
C :...reeri prompts until the disk copy is completed 
Now put the original away in a safe place and use 
your backup. 


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■ F E ATU R E 

P ornography has enjoyed a new 
surge* of public outrage of Late, 
due to its apparent transference 
from the realm of the dodgy, under-the- 
counter video peddlers lo the hi -tech 
world of computers,, modems and digital 
telephone lines.. 

Although video is and looks set to be 
the main outlet tor dubious material of this 
kind hit a! least the foreseeable future, the 
tact that digital, computer-based porno- 
graphic images and sequences are 
being discovered much more frequently is 
undeniable. 

The situation was brought to a head 
recently with the uncovering of computer- 
doctored images depicting children in 
pornographic poses; they wen 1 actually the 
bodies of {young) adults with pictures of 
children's facial features superimposed 
onto them to get around the law. 

It is easy to work out why such material 
is cropping op more and more regularly - 
because, unlike pornographic magazines, 
computer porn can be duplicated with 
absolutely no loss of quality, so every time 
a copy is given to someone else, the num- 
ber of copies in circulation is simultane- 
ously increased. 

SORDID 

The tabloid press have, of course, 
squeezed every last drop from the sordid 
tale. After the epilepsy saga (computer 
games have since been cleared of any link 
with the inducement of epileptic fits), our 
cousins in the console sector are now fac- 
ing a Monopolies and Mergers 
Commission inquiry into game prices. 

The whole porn debate is adding to 
what is perceived to be the computer 
industry's image problem in the eyes of the 
public, or at least in the eyes of the press 
who purport to reflect public opinion. 

In order to engage in any meaningful 
discussion of the phenomena and how it 
can be tackled, it is necesswy to ha ve a def- 
inition of pornography. As is often the case 
with definitions, here is where the prob- 
lems start. 

We all know pornography when we see 
it Anything concerning itself with explicit 
scenes involving children is deemed by 
virtually everyone as being highly porno* 


March 1594 


graphic and nothing short of disgusting. 

Animals don't fare much better, and 
three or more in a bed, as well as gay /les- 
bian sex scenes-, are probably nest in terms 
of outrage value 

Moving on, we have hand porn involv- 
ing one man and one woman, followed by 
soft porn involving the same, then 
Penthouse-style soft pom and finally Page 
,3-type models wearing smiles and bikinis. 

Tine point is that pornography can mean 
different things to different people. 
Sum.etbing which a middle-aged man finds 
acceptable will probably be far from so 
when presented to a 12-year-old child. 

So for the sake of our argument; let's 
accept two definitions of pornography t he 
first is that it is material valued for its 
erotic rather than its artistic merits. The 
second is the def ini Lion which the law 
chooses to use, which is that pornography 
is materia] deemed likely to corrupt the 
person viewing it. 

This last point is important, because it 
means the Director of Public Prosecutions 
must decide in each individual case 
whether the severity of the material is 
likely to corrupt the individual^) supplied 
with that material. 

We've already established that more 
people are viewing computer pom the 
problem is- that due to the medium upon 


4 ...a rapid 
increase in the 
number of minors 
viewing this 
material 


which it lives, this rapid increase in the 
amount of pornography around includes 
an even more rapid increase in the num- 
ber of minors viewing the rnateria I. 

And with children being the group 


usually deemed most likely to be t 
rupted by sex -based images 
sequences, we can understand why 
suddenly seem to have a computer p 
crisis on our hands. 

The actual material does cover a II Nl 
From FD disks put together by spotty i 
lescents with healthy sexual desires h.c 
appealing way of satiating them, a 
things like ''Girls" and usually amtaiij 
nothing more offensive than fiayiLvfei 
the legaUy-on-sale Livers Guide (onh| 
sale to adults, whom it is deemed it it 
likely to corrupt} to highly dubious 
letin boards on the continent contaii 
images of sex with dogs and worse, 
whole range has been digitised and i> ra 


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exposure on ft offer Coo* : 
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r ft includes "interactive" soft- 
when? tor instance waggling th*> joy- 
cttrrrok the speed of intercourse for 
* • couple on ihe screen, is avail- 
r m ■ jre old-fashioned sets of stilt. 
Ijphotm 

' fc hereas most minors have in the 
- exposed (usually at school) to 
' -oftcore porn which is if not 
I. then grudgingly tolerated by 
new. computer-based methods of 
‘ ^ have led not only to more 
seeing porn, but to that pom 
rruch mure hardcore than ever 

Jhftges can be converted from maga- 


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A chronology of pornography 


1 950/605 - Pornography is seen in printed form, both in "soft' 
legal publications and illegal, usually imported magazines whose 
contents - often involving children and animals, but always some 
form of explicit sexual act - are defined as "hardco*e" pom. 

1959 - Obscene Publications Act makes il a crime to distribute 
such material to those il is likely to corrupt. 

1960s - The emergence of cine-filmed pornography brings if to a 
wider audience, and for the first lime moving images become a 
player in the field. 

Mid-1970s - Advances in video technology lead to porn being 


distributed on videotape. With this development, easily dis- 
tributed moron pornography becomes a reality, and video pom 
is still perceived as the single largest problem area. 

ISBOs - As computer lechnotogy gathers pace, porn dis- 
playable using Ihese new machines appears. The emergence 
ol bul elm boards (BBSs) where porn can be "downloaded" from 
a remote base into a home computer, makes access to it sim- 
pler than ever, Diak-basod pom becomes a reality. 

1990s - Continually improving graphics, file suppression tech- 
niques, disk storage capacities and other hardware improve 
noth the methods of distribution and the quality of porn on oiler. 




z tries to computer data with a scanner 
"grabbed " from video into a computer's 
memory, with the use of a simple anima- 
tion viewer even a computer as 
accessible as the Amiga is quite 
capable of showing short, 
detailed sexual animations. 
And the storage capacity of 
one CD (as the Lover's 
Guide demonstrates) is 
I mind-bpgglingly large. 

Once in a computer 


format, data is usually made available to 
users via bulletin boards, or BBS’-. Basically 
all you need to set up a BBS is a computer, 
a modem, and a very, very large hard 
drive to store all of the pictures on. Your 
"customers'" (hen simply telephone your 
modem, "access what they require and 
download it into their machines via the 
telephone, 

Equally, many BBSs have an upload 
facility, whereby the user can send their 
favourite pictures to the BBSs for other 
users to access. 

In Our investigations we discovered a 



■Vith computer porn the current media darling, Phil Morse 
investigates a trade which is increasingly making the switch 
from illicit videos to the computer screen 



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number of pornography-peddling BBSs in 
places as far apart as Holland, the I SA and 
Norway. With names like Bombs BBS and 
Tiger BBS. they advertise within their 
underground network, so il is very likely 
that a user who has found one of these 
BBSs will know the numbers to access 
many more- 

Outrageously, Banse BBS in Holland, 
which was exposed mi investigating jour- 
nalist Roger Cook's Ti\f Cook Report televi 
sion programme, was still running at the 
time of writing. In the past, public domain 
libraries have also been the source of com- 
puter pom. 

Since some welt-publicised prosecutions 
over the last two years, 
the PD porn problem 
has seemed to die 
down, in Britain at least, 
with only the very mild, 
p re v tousl y - men t in ned 
"Girls ’'-type of disk sur- 
viving the application of the law. 

To make it quite clear how sophisticated 
images sent along phone lines are becom- 
ing, one British police force have a 5Mb, 
one-minute movie in better- than -broadcast 
quality, pulled down a telephone line bv 
them from the States. 

This particular sequence was for the PC 
and would not work on the Amiga, hut we 
all know the Amiga's abilities when com- 
pared to those of an average PC, so it must 
be obvious that such stuff is equally as 
likely to appear on the Amiga. 

Another tael which does nothing to help 
prevent the spread of porn k tin? transfer- 




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ability oi files across computer platforms. 
White the spread of, for argument's sake, 
piracy is ILmsteti to the computer platform 
the game was originally released for - a 
pirate copy of Lemmings for the PC is no 
good for your Amiga, for instance - stan- 
dard picture files can be read on most, 
modern computers, regardless of the 
machine they originally came from 

With just a modem, a phone number 
and a modicum of computing experience, 
anybody can download such porn. 
Children are often more computer literate 
than their parents nowadays, and at 
increasingly younger ages, which is a par- 
ticular cause for concern. 

And anyway, whereas in the past 
youngsters may have '"found" magazines 
hidden by fathers or elder brothers, now 
they can "find" Images stored on hard 
disk or CD-ROMS, such as the Lover's 
Guide and Virtual Valerie CD products - 
both of which are quite legal for adults to 
buy. 

CIRCULATION 

Once a child has got this far, it is rea- 
sonable to assume that they will manage 
to put the images onto a floppy disk or 
two to take to school for adoring friends to 
duplicate. Thus dozens of copies, which in 
turn will be copied, are pot into circula- 
tion from one initial input into the system 
from a BBS or other source, 

Mot surprisingly, the police have 
encountered several pressing problems in 
attempting to counter this situation, they 
must have fully trained staff who are quite 
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Tier ilprrfc dltterrfKe batbretn a hartti&rr AS! in Antrrifo- 


.,,anda rriptclablr Brilhft-haied syttrnf 


computer platforms, and have the techni- 
cal knowledge necessary to do everything 
the porn merchants can do with their 
computers. 

They also need investment in the equip- 
I",cr: whu h Will vl'.-v in.' rli.unud ‘it.iH to 
do the above, arid in many ca^es it's 
investment that has to begin literally from 
scratch. 

Ore thing which has changed in favour 
of the anti-pom lobby in the past year is 
the level of public awareness. Few police 
forces, have pom far from tlie top oi their 
agendas nowadays, w hereas barely a year 
ago most forces weren't even aware of the 
problem, Let alone equipped to do any- 
thing aboil t it. 

But even with a fully- trained staff and 
up-to-date equipment, there are itill major 
problems for anybody trying to regulate 
the transmission of such material. Until 



recently, Radio Luxembourg flouted llrilish 
broadcasting lawn by transmitting pro- 
grammes in English, to the UK, from 
Luxembourg, where they were set Up 
legally* Something deemed illegal in 
Britain can, therefore be perfectly legal 
somewhere else. 

The age of consent laws for females is a 
point in hand: while it"& 18 in the States, it 
talk to 16 in thr> UK, Lh in Denmark and as 
low as 12 in some places. 

In Bangkok it scarcely matters whether 
some of the shocking acts of debauchery 
which go on there are legal or not; the 

4 It is technically 
illegal to import 
pornographic 
material T 

police appear to be so slack and /or pow- 
erless to stop it that sick celluloid seems to 
leave the place at a phenomenal rate, 
bound for digitising and trans-mission 
across Europe and the USA. 

And who is policing the telephone lines 
in and out of the UK 1 Well, ignoring con- 
spiratorial theories that big brother knows 
everything and we're all being bugged, it 
seems obvious that nobody has the time 
or manpower to police everything that 
enters the UK by electronic means - we're 
not going to see Telephone Customs in the 
near future. 

Certainly Li's out of the jurisdiction and 
scope of the telephone watchdog bodies 
OFTELandlCSTlS, 

it is, actually, technically illegal to 


import pornographic material from coun- 
tries where it is legal into the UK, hut thi* 
has never been tested in the courts, due ir 
no small part to the problems outlined 
above - plus, if someone is caught wit* 
such material in the UK there are otf 
laws which they would be prosecute 
under. 

Looking at the Amiga in particular, 
things are unfortunately getting worse. ' 
the past, the Amiga has not been able 
match the PCs and Macs of this worl 
either graphically or in CPU speed i tr 
overall speed of operation is slower). 

Basically, the Amiga has not hat 
enough power to handle the really real: 
tic and complex, and thus the real ■ 
potentially corrupting, pornography, 

Unfortunately, with the new base-kn t 
Amiga, the A12tH>, equipped with more 
standard memory, better graphics amf a 
faster processor, the most popular school 
kid's computer just grew up. The rangl 
and accessibility of pornography tc 
Amiga- owning minors has always bo n 
greater than other computers; now tN 
gap in the scope and quality of such port 
is being considerably narrowed too 

Let's throw in the problem that 
haw quite often got absolutely no idea j-l 
to who i-i accessing their systems, and *4 
can make no judgement as to whether thj 
material they are supplying is ,J Likek ti 
corrupt'" the viewer, and we can see thJ 
there are very large problems involved a 
any attempts to control this phenomena 

So what is being done? To start widj 
theres a considerable tightening ot iN 
law, which is going on at the time of wnl 
mg and looks set to strengthen tN 
armourv of the police against the p. 
diets. At the Tory conference a fe* 







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lull this 
■fe, due in 
outlined 
(ght with 
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worse, [r. 
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likely to 
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vrf ivith. 
g of the 
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ien the 
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p a few 


" hack, John Major spoke in his 
«nous ''back to basics" speech of a 
■ rung of the Criminal Justice Bill, 
h is set to go through the House of 
i .it the time of writing, to specif i- 
uiftaw the type of doctored images 
children spoken of earlier. 

M ihael Howard outlined the govern- 
5 position quite dearly at the end of 
vmber last year: 

\i vv technology continually presents 
challenges to the law, I am deter- 
the law should keep pace with 
,tnd J will not hesitate to act when* 
■‘lose who degrade children find 
means of peddling this material . " 

He goes. on: “We must send the dear* 
-dble signal to porrographer* that 
activities will not he tolerated. It is 
to take tough measures at the outset 
are to succeed in stamping put this 
trade." 

I hts tightening of legislation will,, if it 
becomes law, affect video pornogra- 
too., which will help the computer 
cause a little by attacking ore of its 
sources of material. 

■ < law which has not been tested yet 
courts, due to the suitability of the 
ene Publications Act for this por- 
in the past, is the 
ommtmications Act (1984). rucked 
in Section 3 T Subjection 41, it states 
people who tr L insmit obscene mate- 
Lummit the offence of using the tele- 
net works to do so. This offence 
M.Km become punishable by up to 
months of imprisonment. 

LEGISLATION 

It tuuid prove to be a particularly use- 
piece of legislation for the police, as 
Id they come across a British BBb 
• ing pornographic materia] but 
'IliI which it could be construed is 
table for adult viewing, a pnwetu- 
eoutd still be successfully executed 
the grounds of the phone Imes being 
tor its transmission. 

While this might smell a little of Big 
f. if children are accessing pomo- 
ic BBbs, it's a welcome method of 
g those sources down and deter- 
em from starting up again. 

< I her proposed changes in the law 
.av a beefing up of the powers 
to the police under the Obscene 
jticms Act; such crimes now cam 
threat of arrest for those involved., 
.ire classed as serious arrestable 
lVs Section 1 .offences under the 


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and high fy rudimentary ■ but It doci fr-nvr len minatet of filmed I*x! 


Protection of Children Act 1978 are now 
also dealablc with by arrest, and the 
wording of the relevant sections of the 
act has been changed in Order to clarify 
the position and assure complete cover- 
age of computer -generated image*- These 
amendments too should shortly become 
law. 

But there's more to dealing with a 
problem ,i- complex and ingrained as this 
ore than Just a tighten ing of the law - 
after all, we've seen the difficulties the 
police have to overcome to apply Jaws. 
Although the new legislation should 
make things easier, other approaches are 
vital too 

Sgt John Ashley, of Greater 
Manchester Police's Obscene Publications 
department, acknowledges the increase 
iai public awareness as opening a number 
of paths for fighting porn, nr .it least 
clearing the brambles and nettles from L i 
few overgrown ones 

Public awareness a I wavs leads to more 
self-policing: it's easier to get away with 
something when the public at large have 
no due as to what exactly it is you're get- 
ting away with. As the porn under- 
ground becomes more exposed, people 
will become more reluctant to engage in 
such activities. 

Also, says Sgt Ashley, this public 
awareness will convince those people 
who know nothing about their childrens’ 
computers to learn the basics, and those 


The best way to 
fight computer 
porn is to educate 
parents 


struggling to get to grips with the tech- 
nology will at least rejdise that they 
should loam how to check for such mate- 
rial on their own/ their childrens' 
machines. 

And, by making aware the parents 
and educationalists who have, in the 
past, also been oblivious to the extent of 
this rapidly growing problem, the num- 
ber one battle against many crimes - 
education - can begin to plat it 1 ' part too. 

" I he publicity in the media and pub- 
lic interest is increasing public .aware- 
ness.’" s.u sSgt Ashley, "but it'll probably 
make our jobs harder people are now 
aware that we are doing this work." 

Rut whether this increased exposure 
of the problem is a good or bad thing is 
academic. The computer porn "scandal" 
is out, and it remains to be seen how 
effective the new laws will be. As rfgt 
Ashley says: "The best way to fight com- 
puter porn is to educate 
parents."' 



To the 
future... 

As computer technology becomes 
more and more sophisticated, sa the 
quality of the material available 
and the ease of distribution will 
improve 

The amazing graphical resolution 
of the new generation of home com- 
puters. such as the AGA Arnigas, 
means that belter-than-broadcast 
quality graphics are becoming a 
reality. 

Such machines contain faster pro- 
cessors (it's a big leap from Che 
AbOO's eaooo to the At 200's 68020 
and the A40QG's -030s and -040s), 
demand better monitors and require 
more memory, all o( which make 
them far mere capable of handling a 
large number ol high quality graphi- 
cal images with ease. 

CRAMMED 

As data compression techniques 
become more and more sophisti- 
cated, so larger and higher quality 
files will be crammed onto disks. 

And when high density disks - 
which can hold twice the data of the 
normal-densrty variety currently dom- 
inant - become the norm, so the 
problem will become even more 
acuta. 

Modem technology has leapt lor- 
ward an incredible amount in the Iasi 
few years From ihe initial ability to 
transfer what than seemed like a 
staggering 3G0 bytes a second along 
a phone line, nowadays it has 
recently become possible to buy 
modems which can transmit at 
19,200 baud or above - an increase 
of 6,400 per cent’ 



Putting it another way, a picture 
which would lake len minutes to 
download on a 300 baud modem 
would take seconds on a modern 
model And that's before the data 
compression techniques have been 
take into account... 

As CD-ROM tenhnology becomes 
established, the ability to record full- 
length . film-quality pornographic 
sequences onio CD for viewing and 
manipulation by computer will also 
become a reality - and as with all 
digital media, CD-ROMs don't 
degrade . 

Already, "movies" have appeared 
on Ihe PC platform. With CD-based 
products like the sofl porn Virtual 
Valerie and the Lovers Guide 
appearing, the chances of 
similar products appearing on 
the underground are high, and 
the potential content matter of those 
products depressingly predictable. 



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50MHZ,, ...,.,,,£154 


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1MB no dock ....,,,.£23.95 

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340MB 2+4RAM £2069 

420MB 2+4RAM £2149 

540MB 2+4 RAM .,..£2299 


Amiga A40OO/O3O+ 
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85MB 1+1 RAM ,..£899 

130MB 1 + 1 RAM £969 

200MB 1 + 1 RAM ...£999 

250MB 1+1 RAM £1039 

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426MB 1 + 1 RAM .... £1199 

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pack for above please 
add £40 

Amiga CD32 Console 
CD32 with four games 
£289 


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Commodore 1942,.. 

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£28 

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SVGA Monitor 

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Hewlett 

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HP 4 Laser printer ,,...£591 


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Swift 90 colour .,£19 

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SP 1900, 
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SL 90 

SL 95,-„ 


LC 20 

LC 100 colour ... 

LC 200 

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SJ 48 BubbleJet 


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£29 

,..,£20 


Primers printer 


£81 






DISK DRIVES 


’ U*k 3.5" ...£58 

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PICASS 





M! - , ersion ..,..£289 

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2-S" Internal Hard 
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,.£26 

..££9 

..£479 

£1399 

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J everything it i i • • 

flair 

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imEBm 1 > r i i - 
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i . o . -pi."., .i i . i ■ 

rrpl.n v il l. T "liatu ti' n - i II I i ■! - 1 - >3 
V ttonally used hi bring sjpaceship - a 
f planets to the screen . 

We spoke to Ron at hia stud: >i 
Cahtornia and asked him about the Ami 
Babvlon 5 and movie madness in the ■- l 
tamment capital of the world. 


F ew people would deny the impact 
of the Amiga m the world of film 
and video. Even in the UK where 
we have no Video Toasters, Amigas are 
still welcome in the country's editing suites 
as all-purpose graphics computers. 

But if is in rinseltown, aka Hollywood, 
| California, where the Amiga as realty 
A making itself known. If the Amiga was 
^ an actor, you could write a review 

r m ^ Mns?r i ^ m *■ 

"Ik'rn in 1984, Amiga grew up 
in California, but it was in 
Europe where his- appeal really 
kicked off. Although famous for 
\ his eartier tuimioi ontertain- 
‘ lfl i r.e n ts 1 1 ke Z<.v'l and I .eu i m i 1 1 gs. 
« hr warned :■■ gel back the 
serious film making and 
+ * graphic arts of his youth, 

was to 


Anyone who reads Amiga magazine* 
watches TV can't fail to bo aware of I 
work of Ron Thom ton. He was a leadif 
special effects man and model maker ir I 
UK mi cull BBC shows like Dodot Wk a 
Blake's 7, a number of hot sci-fi movies a 
PtirNi junior 2, and now is the creator of I 
visual effects for the Emmy award winni 
syi-fi TV show, Babylon 5, soon to be : * 
on Channel 4. 

But Ron wasn't always a special efSi 


\ ’'Ray-tracing 

| be a formative influence. 

and it was Ray in fact 
who gave him a part in 
almost every top-notch spe- 
cial effects film of the laic 
80s and oa rly 90s. Before 
the century came to a close, 
Amiga was getting the 
^ Oscar on a regular basis 
and was in 

Hollywood to ata y. . /' 
Admittedly the suc- 
I cess of the Amiga in the 
I US is based almost 
I entirely on the Video 
I Toaster by MewTek, but 
I this is not to put down 
I the A miga at all 

A lut of (he usabil- 
B tv . the 
yi produL L, j S down lo 
indefinable things like 
look and feel. The Amiga is 
a friendly machine, and 


ML 




INTERVIEW* 



A few at the xE uniting ikpii fwbrr ittfutrrt £J 
from 5. and ff 'j off J!m i rfnrng 




Phil South talks to Foundation 
Imaging’s Ron Thornton about life 
in Hollywood with his Amiga, 
and the success of Babylon 5 


He got his start after he quit his job 
i r : Tit despatcher at Gatwkk airport 
ary idea of ivluit Ik was going to 

T wa? just bored. 1 didn't have ary 
what sort of job I would I akt* to do. 
theti about that time ] went with some 
to see the film Ab'crr, which had just 
ut and it hit me; Someone actually 
■»v t ir people to nuke all the models and 
■ and staff!" 

5* he resolved to get a job in the film 
doing just that. He didn’t actually 
have any professional model-making 
Jf p- making experience, "other than the 
Wtix kits as a kid kind of thing." 

9ie soon he was in the film business, 
jsly it wasn't thiit easy. Thinking of 
dt-.i was the first step, but between that 
and doing prop* and miniatures for 
was a lot of hard work and persis- 


tence You don’t end up doing miniature 
work on The /Wdfjjrrs Family and Terminator 
T without having some kind of 
track record, and turning in some quality 
work. 

He started out by reading as much at- he 
could about the subject of special effects, 
and also some magazines which were out 
al the time which covered the topic. 

"Cinemagic had just eome out, and 
there was Staring which used to give a lot 


better coverage in those days to techniques 
and effects and. things, There would be 
dose-up photographs in there of what pere 
plo were doing, and 1 kind of got the hang 
of it from that. 

"J bought the odd kit, typical sci-fi mod- 
els just to have a look at them to see what 
came through the kit process- 3 got Hie 
Millennium Falcon kit and I started spot- 
ting all these tank parts on it. and 3 thought 
’Aha! 1 can see how this all works' * 

But model making was only half the 
story. The secret of good models is the 
painting and surface detail, 

’"A lot of my painting techniques were 
taught to my h Martin Bauer and Bill 
Pearson, who were two incredibly talented 
model makers, who did everything from 
Aim to Outltmd and Find] Corston. Martin 
Bauer used to be the chief model maker on 
Spare IS9S." 

After that it was 
just dogged persis- 
tence and making 
sure he turned in 
good work all the 
time. Ron ivent to 
live in California in 
w'here he still 
Lives and works 
today. Foundation 
Imaging is based in 
a place called 
Valencia, which is 
about 30 miles 
north of Los 
Angeles, so they're 


rfVr S'— " 


close enough to FI oily wood hut far 
enough away from LA. "We're between 
the desert and a mountain range." 

Ron ended up there in the middle of 
nowhere in the USA after a series of BBC 
cutbacks. "It got to September of 1984 and 
3 was doing various freelance work ior 
BbC shows, and the head of the visual 
effects department at the BBC sent (his 
memo that said that they couldn't do any 
more subcontracting. There was- no work 
around so 1 had to start working on my 
contacts over here in |Jw USA-" 

How did he go about gathering con- 
tacts in Hollywood? The answer was sim- 
ply that he wasn't actually just going over 
there cold and saying "giz a job"' - he'd 
been on a tour of the main effects houses a 
few years before and had picked up some 
contacts then. 

"The first job I did for Hr Who made 
me a small profit, and [ used the proceeds 
to take a trip to California. I called up all 
the places over here that did effects and 
would just go and see them. 

‘"Those people would give me the 
names and numbers of people at another 
place, and ho it went on, It w.ls great, there 

Hollywood... 

was were I 
really caught 
the hug 

was me with my first job and l was walk- 
ing around the places where they made 
Buck Rogers, Battle star Galactica, Star Wats,,. 
it was very, very cool Hut was where I 
really caught the hug,"' 

And picked up a Jot of very useful 
names for the old Filufax, eh? Tt didn't hurt 
that Ron was working on Pr Who of 
course, which gave him a bit of an "in", 
hut still you have to want something 
pretty badly to travel half the way around 
the world on spec, 

So, what's Ron Thornton's idea of the 
best bit of computer graphics in the 
movies in recent years? Ron's answer is 
predictable enough. 

The stuff in Jurassic Park, without 
question, i find it hard to think of anything 
that could beat that It's lust perfect. But 
then for $15 million it should be!" 

Ron's very clear on what makes good 
computer FX and it's not a lot to do with 
computers. " [he people who did it are 
film, makers, not computer graphics peo- 
ple. They've got a great film J eye'. 

"Their compositing is just superb, their 
motion tracking, and just the general 
matching of effects to live footage 
is superb. I think they're an absolute shoo- 
in for the Oscars this year, and no 
mistake. 1 ' 

How long will it be before we can do 
things like /umssrc Fflrifc on the desktop? 
Car tt ever be done? Tt can be done now, 
But you’ve got to realty work aL it. 1 ' What 
do you put into the gap vacated by the 35 

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done over the years, 
whal are his 
favourites? ' Most of 
the models I've 
made I'm not partic- 
ularly proud of, 
although the Scorpio 
whs a nice model, 
and they gave me a 
lot of leeway in the 
design, detail and 
textures on it, And it 
really could Stand 
up to an awful tat . " 

The Scorpio, of 
course, was the 
space ship in which 
Blake's 7 did their 
space fa ring, after the 
Original ship The 
Liberator was blown 
to hits in the penulti- 
mate series. 

Owners of the 
recent fff/ifce's 7 
videos will of course 
be aware that the 
model is very closely 
detailed, and can 
stand some quite 
dose-up shots. 



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million spoils, when it's just you, a rainy 
Saturday, ad Amiga 2t)LH> and a 3D pro- 
gram? "Hard work, basically. Yeah really, 
It's not so much the 3D considerations but 
lining up shots and matteing the effects 
with the action. That and being very skilled 
at it. These people are very good at their 
jobs. " 

OK so we're not film makers here at AC, 
but we are big 3D fans, SO we had to ash 
does Ron have any professional hints for 
would-be computer graphics special effect* 
men of the future? 

"Attention to detail. lt r s easy to create 
shapes and render them, but you have to 
observe the smallest detail* and be very crit- 
ical. That and making sure that you're veri- 
good a t it." 

And when do you stop fiddling about 
with the details, and when is a model fin- 
ished? '1 can't say l r ve ever been 100 per 
cent happy with any models I've ever 
made. You have to keep looking at your 
models and saying to yourself how can I 
make this better? How can 1 make it more 
real?'"’ 

Thai means that you must edit and alter 
the model and make sure it's as perfect as it 
can be before you can ever say it's finished. 

EXCRUCIATING 

Making a shape and lighting it in five 
minutes isn't how it's done. It's this excruci- 
ating attention to detail which has earned 
Ron all the plaudits and critical acclaim that 
lie has over his career in film. 

"One of the be^ things to do as well is 
get go and get yourself a tot of reference 
materia]. If you're doing a sci-fi type model, 
either rent yourself a load of sci-fi videos, or 
pick up books from somewhere like 
Forbidden Planet, where you can look at 
what models really look like, see what tex- 
tures are on them and try and duplicate 
them, 

"Go and rent a bunch of videotapes of 
T/rurirfcJ'irds. Don' t just sit around and have 
fun with it. really look at it carefully 
because some of die model making m that 
show was just fantastic, and you can leam a 
lot about ageing and dirtying down from 
that." 

Of all the models anil effects Ron has 


"When l compared it to some of the mod- 
els over here it was actually better, which 
really made me feel gtxsd about it. I dad put 
a huge amount of time mto it 1 think if you. 
calculated how much J got per hour for 
working on that ship it would probably 
work out at about H an hour, if that, F-'ifh 
pence more 'ike. 1 was working about 14 to 
15 hours a day on that thing " 

Ron's favourite model on the Babylon 5 
show is in fact the Star Fury, the Babylon 5 
fighter. "It's very different in the wav that it 
looks. It's just this chunky, ugly looking 
thing, but it does have a certain beauty to 
iL., it's sort of like rhunderbird 2, a big old 
ugly thing. 

"It was the same sort of philosophy, E 
didn't want them to be graceful jnst utilitar- 
ian, Built like a brick shithouse, Whereas all 
the aliens have all these beautiful ships, 

"The animation on these ships is phe- 
nomenal, Every time a ship moves it's got to 
blow a thruster, so if a ship banks you've 
got to hit the top rlghL and bottom left 


thruster, so that it 
would be able to 
roll. 

"Then to stop it 
wiling you Slave to 
do the opposite. Bo 
there are loads and 
toads of animation 
envelop®, ramping 
up the flatne. ramp- 
ing up the light, 
then ramping it 
back down, again. 

"There's one 
scene that I did for 
the first episode 
called 'Midnight on 
the Firing Line' and 
it was just to estab- 
lish the Star Furies 
going into battle. 
And those ships are 
everywhere, tum- 
bling end over end, 
some tracking 
another ship that's 
flying by, and at 
the same time the 
camera is rotating 
about 270 degrees, 
eo you just get this 
whole feeling of vertigo. There isn't an up 
or a down, ami you don’t know which way 
you're going." 

With so many -ships to design, doesn't 
Rem ever run out of ideas? Where do the 
ideas conic from then? "Everywhere, 
Sometimes from vegetables, there are quite 
a lew ships that are based on food, just for 
the hell of it- 

' r The V or Ion ships an? inspired by garlic, 
ot all things. Looking at books of deep sea 
creatures, you look at all of these forms and 
you grab something arid try it. It's a lot eas- 
ier to do that in a computer. 

SHORT CUTS 

"To efficiently make a space ship as a 
model, a miniature, you've got to take a tat 
of short cuts. You have to do stuff like 'kit 
bashing', pulling pieces of detail out of tank 
kits, otherwise you just spend forever 
making it. 

"And if I wanted to do something 
unusual like a crustacean. I'd have to start 
sculpting or moulding crab shells. Gut in the 
computer realm it's quite a tat easier. 

As well as modelling and the ability to 
make and edit shapes easily, techniques can 
be developed which give your objects in 3D 
more life and realism, 

"It's not just the shape and colouring of 
an object If* all in the texture* [f* all in the 
paint job, it always is, even if you're build- 
ing real model spaceships, 

"When you build it you'll spray it with 
primer, and it'll look like shit. But when you 
actually start to age tl and dirty it down a 
hit of painting, then it begins to show. And 
that's what separates good computer graph- 
ics from bad, 'com pulery -looking 
graphics/' 

When Foundation have been doing big 
shots for Bufryfort 5 with a large number of 
ships sometimes in the hun.drex.ls, generic 



textures are used to give the ships a p* 
'look'. But this isn't the best way to do l 
"An object can look just OK when 
use a sort of generic texture on it., but 
very best models are made with dtite 
textures fur all the surfaces. And 
labour over a paint package to make 
textures, 

"A good example would be grass ! 


What would you do in a paint packing 
get that texture? It you just photogr 
and digitise it you just get a great look's 
to anything and everything for v# 
material 

One of Ron's favourite technique! 
based on a neat trick using Light '.- j 
whereby a custom-drawn image, I lk> 
plates for example, is mapped onto ll 
face of the object twice, once as the di 
map and again using the same imag». * 
specularity map. 

This means that the plate* in the hiufl 
only have a different shade based on 
general colouring of the ship, but gome h 
a different specular value, affecting the 
they reflect 1 ight 

This adds a Sot of surface detail 
action on the surface of the model » 
light plays across it, and makes the ot 
look more real. Real objects don't ref 
light evenly, so why should com pi, 
models? 

What about the future for Found a 
Imaging? "We're doing some tests for a i 
version of Dfl?! Dare, which is looking u 
great. It'll be really good it it comes off. 

The film is in the works and as is the 
with these things may or may not get 
for a tow years, but Foundation are u 
the best choice for the spaceship efftv 
especia Ik with Ron's taste in spaceships 

For example, when Babvhtn 5 was l> 
created, Ron wanted a look more 
rfrfludcrf'fj'ffs or other Gerry A ruler 
shows, where the ships were coEourfu! 
new looking rather than that awful use ■ 
look that Mar Wars brought into vogue. 

"The movie's being written by T 
Jones of Monty Python and there's a li 
eery good people involved in it. It sh 
be fantastic." 

So where is computer imaging io im 
and TV going? What are the extreme- 
which we can go in this field? 

"You'll get a lot mure visual effects 
you'll get more science-fiction shift. At 
moment we 're working on a project v 
is the nearest thing you'd get to a T\ 
of Park but it's not the same. 

"A lot of very complicated stutt t 
you'd never be able to get into before 
becomes actually quite easy. It take* . 
ten minutes to do a space ship shot run* 
you haven't got the space ship, it only 
you about two or three hours to build one , 

"And we have a tat of pre-existing u| 
lures, so when you're creating someth! 
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avoid eye strain - is easily understood, 
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hiimetme starts talking about band widths, 
raster scans, and refresh rates- 

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ingly simple peripheral with Lt- straight- 
forward function has a complexity to 
match its importance, and as the Amiga 
has more screen modes than most 
machines, confusion is easily sown. 

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tor is more simple than we have made it, 
and can be traced hack over a century, 

At the heart of the monitor He* the 
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sists of a seaied glass chamber, containing 
a vacuum. In Iff 70, Sir William Crookes 
investigated electrical discharges down 


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highly evacuated tubes (called Crookes 
tubes}. 

This electrical discharge was named the 
cathode ray, as ii was emitted from the 
cathode, In actual fact, it is a stream of 
electrons being accelerated to a third of 
the- speed of light, This research Later gave 
way to the development of the 
cathode ray tube. 

Early ca thode rav tubes were 
able to produce an image of a 


Maltese cross on the screen, as this served 
a* an anode. The electrons would be 
accelerated due to the massive electrical 
potential difference, which is about 30,1X10 
volts, 

They would strike the screen, which 
was covered in a layer of phosphor, and 
have their kinetic energy converted into 
visible light. Naturally, parUcles as light 
as electrons would be deflected and the 
beam would dissipate if they collided 


Designed with the A120Q and A40GO range in mind, the 1940 and *942 
monitors are in fact tri-sync monitors, In appearance, they are very simitar to 
(he 10B4st mem Her and have the bonus of having a stereo amplifier, which is 
an improvement on (he 1 084st. 

Both 1940 and 1942 are identical with (he exception of She 1940 having a 
dol pilch of 0 39mm and the 1942. 0.26mm. Picture quatiSy on the 1940 ts 
little better than the 1 0B4st, and on (he 1942 model, it is excellent. All the 
controls are at (he front of this monitor, which makes i( easier to operate. 
Both monitors function suitably with ihe AG A chipset. 


wilh much more massive air moleniltTi i 
air evacuation inside the CRT 
required. 

It was Inter discovered lhat mugr-H 
affected the flow of electrons (if w . 
ever placed j magnet over a TV sew- r 
will know, but do nut fry thisli Eh 
arrangement of electromagnets it is 
ble to deflect the electron in the i 
beam in a convergent manner, so vli 
can be focused to a point, 

PHOSPHOR 

The entire beam can be shitted h 
arrangement of X and Y plates. '■■■N 
deflect the beam in their axes res; 
lively. The ability to create a point on 
phosphor Screen that could be m 
gave way to the invention of the ca!“ 
ray oscilloscope. 

The strength of the magnetic field - 
the X and Y plates is proportional ■ 
total deflection. Using this appa rat im- 
possible lo display a graphical rep 
tation ot «j waveform, with the X c.i 
set to a pre-defined frequency of di I 
tion. Considering it is possible to var 


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T he RGB colour monitor 

'' monitor works in a similar way to a television in that the imgga is 'o rimed by a 
fttam of electrons which strike a phosphorescent screen which then emits visible 
' In a colour monitor beams are fired from three electron guns, one for each of 
primary colours. Any desired colour can bo diplayed by combinations of these 
bd : jrs, varying the intensity of the electron beams enables the desired hues to be 
idhttived. 

T > form a picture on Ihe screen a dot scans rapidly across the screen in a series 
tines called a raster, the dot varies in intensity and colour as it moves, building 
,z ■ e picture. The phosphor on the screen continues to glow briefly after :ho dot 
oft it. a phenomenon called persistence, which tools the human eye into 
■ eng a complete picture on the screen rat he Mh an }u$l a moving dot. Once the 
dc ’ has reached the bottom of the screen it Hashes back to the r op and starts 
inning across aqam. The dot scans across the whole screen about 60 times a 
Bound. 



Electron beams 


Shadow mask 


Phosphor dots 


The electron beam passes through 
*c. • - in a metal piaie called a 

* a bow mask which keeps the 
|e 5 ms perfectly aligned on the 

* Jftt place on the screen. The 

js mce between the holes in this 
DW'-? is caller! ihe dot pitch The 
■mailer the dot pitch the closer the 
Holes are together and the sharper 
. -cture on the screen. 





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Electron guns 


Monitors based on the 
Sony Trinitron cathode 
ray tube have show 
masks in which the 
holes are arranged as 
parallel slots. This 
gives a better image. 




■‘-.TuLty of the beam at any point., this 
it that it waji feasible to re-produce a 
r- ‘ ire. by moving the beam across the 
•even, going down one Sme on each 
f - altering the intensity at various 
pi mts to create dark and light areas. 

It this process was performed fast 
« ugh, a still picture would be possible. 
BJtti human eye compensates for the 


stages in-between. -sn^J in add [lion., a fac- 
tor called phosphor decay determines 
the length of time the phosphor in any 
area will continue to emit light after an 
area is struck by the electron beam. 

There Jre many variables to the way a 
picture is created - for instance, the fre- 
quency at which the horizontal beam 
crosses the screen, or makes a scan line, 


Configuring screen settings 


erring up cl your screen modes is done Ihrough the ScreenMode preferences. With 
”v t is possible to select the desired monitor and resolution form the display mods list, 
“he number of colours rs also selectable with a slider bar. The mode properties are 
. ayed in Ihe window to Ihe right, with information regarding horizontal and vertical 
" i.=sncy. Using this information you can determine whether you monitor wdt support 

- . displayed mode, tf you wish to have a Workbench screen that is bigger than the vis- 
t size, stated in the mode properties window, you may wish to use autoscroll, which 

. u the user to scroll around the screen using the mouse. 

Overscan may be configured using the overscan preferences, depending whether ihe 
"een mode supports it To alter overscan, you will need to use a combination ol the 

- - ga's own adjustment and your monitor's screen sizing and positioning to achieve Ihe 
rest -es tilts. Although higher resolution screens with more colours can be quite nice. 

- . use up more chip memory and can slow down the machine. Happy viewing! 


)y called the scan raff. Th*" number of 
scan lines down a screen determine'! the 
vertical refresh rate, which like horizon- 
tal rate, is measured as a frequency, in 
Hertz or Hz, 

There are iwo main ways which the 
electron beam can write a picture on a 
computer-based display, Thu first of 
these is standard vector scanning. This; 
involves swinging the electron beam 
continuously from left to right while 
shifting vertical I v, one step at a time in 
synchronisation with the horizontal 
movement. 


The other method is called interlaced 
vector scanning- This is used for older 
monitors to enable high resolutions, as 
the input signal CPUs cannot handle 
higher rates of video information. 

Effectively, this method halves ihe 
frame rate, reducing CPU usage, It 
involves scanning every second scanline 
in two passes, one odd set and one even. 


Setting 
up your 
monitor 

Since there is no advantage m using 
a muitiscan monitor with 
Workbenches earlier than v2.C 
(unless you own a Flicker Fixer) this 
section will be covering 2.x and 
upwards. 

Workbench 2.04 

With this version at Workbench, you 
will find a drawer on your extras 
disk called "MonitorStore" containing 
liles to control various types of 
monitors, 

Among these you will find multi- 
scan, A2024, NTSC and PAL. For 
users of multisync monitors, you will 
need to drag the Multiscan and PAL 
icons over to the monitors drawer of 
your workbench disk. 

Workbench 2.1 +3.0 

Simply drag the appropriate monitor 
icons, perhaps DBLPAL, Multi sc an, 
$uper72 (or whatever you want) Irom 
the monitors drawer on the storage 
disk to the dev$: monitors drawer 
on your Workbench disk (or hard 
disk) 


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■ MON ITO R S 


Types of monitor 


PAL monitors These monitors are 
capable of producing pictures from 
standard PAL signals, which for an 
Amiga output is 512 scan lines, with a 
horizontal frequency (or rate) of 
15.625kHz. This produces 540 pixels 
across by 512 down. These monitors 
usually are capable of reproducing pic- 
lures Irom composite video sources. 

m ui tiscan/m ut ti syncs M u 1 1 i s ca n 
monitors (often known as mullisynes, 
a trademark of NEC) are able to work 
with many different horizontal and 
vertical refresh rates, as they will 
scan within their frequency limits until 
they manage to lock on lo a signal 


Most Multiscan monitors can easily be 
used with Amigas. Some more modern 
multiscan monitors incorporate DMS 
(Digital Memory Sizing) which automal- 
ically resizes the screen lo cope with 
extended video features such as over- 
scan etc. 

Without tais feature, it is necessary to 
adjust the picture sizing and position with 
the controls available. Multrscan monitors 
are generally toe most expensive of all 
types of monitors. 

Tou should expect to pay mare tor 
DMS. When buying a multisync monitor, 
make sure rt is able to scan down lo hon- 
zontal frequencies ol at least 15kHz, for 
the Amiga's PAL and NTSC modes 


d uaiftri/q uadsy rtcs Those monitors arc 
similar to multi scan monitors with the 
exception thal they work wish two, three 
or tour preset irequenqies, depending on 
the model They are normally cheaper 
1 h nl muitisyncs. Quad and trisyncs are 
often badged as muitisyncs, so be care- 
ful what you buy. 

TV monitor's Allhough these are realty a 
type of monitor, they normally have the 
same capabilities as a PAL monitor with 
Ihe exception of not having any cdmlrols. lo 
adjust the size and position of the picture. 
Although the quality is not normally as 
good as a PAL monitor, n 15 compensated 
by the bonus of doubHng-up as a TV set. 



► 

This method is sufficient to give an illu- 
sion of a continuous picture. Interfacing 
is always used on television signals. 
White tight can be made up of three pri- 
mary colours, re-d green and blue, often 
referred to as RGB. Any values of red. 
green and blue can be combined to pro- 
duce a specific colour. 

Unlike mono monitors which have 
only one electron gun, colour monitors 
have three, one for each primary colour. 
The effect of colour Is created by different 
coloured Phosphor dots placed on the 
screen, which emit light to their partial 
lar colour when bombarded with elec- 
trons 

Thu phosphors are arranged as a large 
number of triads, with each triad contain- 
ing three different dots or stripes of phos- 


phor. The idea is that one gun only shoots 
electrons at the red phosphor, white the 
other two fire at their respective coloured 
dots, lo prevent a gun firing at the 


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wrong dot, a metal grill called the shad- 
ow mask is placed inside the tube just in 
front of the screen. The perforation and 
positioning of the shadow mask have to 
be done with great accuracy . 

As explained earlier, the screen image 
is made up of triads of three colours, that 
appear as small dots (or pixels) on a pic- 
ture. Basically, the smaller the pixels, the 
higher the resolution. 

Colour monitors have Vastly inferior 
resolution Lo mono monitors, due to the 
fact there no need for a shadowmapk, 
so resolution is not defined by grating 
si/e of the shadow mask. The circuitry 
inside the monitor also determines the 
resolution obtainable. Faster monitor 
CPUs can handle higher rates of informa- 
tion therefore allowing greater resolu- 
tions, You iv ill generally find that the 
higher resolution a monitor is capable of, 
the higher the price- 


Example 

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March 1994 


Jargon 
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composite video A signal for j>: 
transfer gtten used by video pit 
and cameras. Commodore 1004? 
Phihps CMSB33 monitors all a lie 
input. 

RGB An abbreviation for red. gre 
and blue, the primary colours of 
Colour Tv and monitor pictures v 
made up from these components 




PAL The television standard tor the * 
and Amiga computers, This is ban S 
upon a horizontal frequency & 
1 5 625kHz and a vertical refresh rate * 
50Hz. 


NTSC Stands for North Aimer..* 
Television Standards Council. The - 
vision standard of America, which 
fers Irom PAL with e vertical refresl 
rate ol 6GHz, 

AGA Advanced Graphics Architect- a 
T he new chipset from Co m mode t 
which handles graphics and scree 
modes 


Commodore 

1084st 


This PAL monitor has undergone m, : n« 
design alterations since its release 
although it is not suitable tor use with ih 
A 1200 and A4000 J s extended scree 
modes, 

It provides a good picture, with a do 
pitch of [).4lmrn, although the colour-, 
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LETTERS ■ 



1200 to live 
n a CD vacuum? 


A* one nf the first people to hoy an A12Q0 almost a year ago, 

I find 1 am still wailing for the promised CD-ROM addnin 
driv. e to give my machine the same capabilities as the CD32 

Can you, give Commodore a kick up the backside on 
behalf of all the users, such as myself. who put their faith in this 
sick and, seemingly, terminally ill company? 

Like many others, 1 was foolish enough to believe the hvpe put out 
by various software companies concerning the release dates of A 1200 
and CD32-onJy titles which would take advantage of my Amiga's supe- 
rior power, but apart from the efforts of a few stalwarts of the Amiga 
I have been let down. Why haven't they (the get-rich- quick software houses) ddiv- 
’he goods? 

mw find that the AAA chip set is on the horizon, and due for release later this year, 
that mean that mv A 1201) will go the same way as the A50U, A50l> Plus, and A600? ] 

' know now before the second-hand value of my machine drops too much. 

Odium Hastings, Dwrrtfwriwt 

fdijt 1 hjijjj lv letters tuch ms ffr is a'iil me neceme? fbi‘ AI2(W is Jilt 1 standstfd Amiga these 
md will continue lo be for a long time to come. 

C friwodure J*are dropped all PC pruJucttm to concentrate ar the Amiga, and the A 3 200 frr por- 
1 -is sold rery r4V?J! this Christmas. 
st- . iuv companies haw? indeed tocerr sterner tv react fa ,’J?e .,41200 than the we imw originally 
It* hdira'r iTFtjf their tardiness in keeping fa release schedules is a constant source concern . 

rwr, the situation is changing rapidly. 

Pic bilesl releases lo reach the AC office, jurassic Park and Labyrinth among them, area f least 
'«|ua/ of PC CD-ROM games and much better than anything itar Mega CD can boast. Take a 
f: .ht review if uou doubt this, and sii fwrfc for « tnui jm 1944. 

Mi T-.. of us fiorv gone gii-grr over the possibilities of the C l I medium and the stereo CD-ijuatitg 
rf offers, but it's not until you actually play cm of the rnta CD32 relearn that you realise 
k -■ rauefj better the gaitfPHg experience cati be when you /ww fiOOMfr of storage space. 

‘>i j less bright note, the CD&mmpatibk drive for the A Him is being held up ftfMKSf 
ttfere cant get the price much below £300 and because the company is amcmtwUng most of 
A iu i itwJting and selling Anugjs and CD32s. Winetftrr the device rur/f appear at ail tins year 
entirely an CtfrHiflftiffrtf amJ the demands of Al2\jKI owners, 



Good service 


*»ive read and heard on several ooca- 
. -5 the bother Amiga users have 
nperienoed when contacting 
-adore lor assistance when grem- 
attack their machines, and I always 
*oped I’d never have lo contact them 
J My AI^OO is six months old now 
- i was experiencing difficulties with 
MH f messages from the floppy drive no 
« • >r what type of disk i used. 

With trepidation I rang up 
t lodore only to be asked if l was a 
r* tor I said no but requested assis* 
j ;e under warranty and explained 
: 'c-ly that there was no point in talking 
9 a dealer who would simply ring 
* ^modore as 1 was doing. 

*?fl my name and address and was 
i would be contacted, though they 
dnt give me an exact date. I also 
■-. *5led a new Workbench 3.0 floppy, 
'“at call was made on November 1 
md though Td give them until January 
a reasonable amount of time had 
‘ wd. On December 6 a Wang engl- 
l ■ called and immediately set about 
■ 9tocmg the Internal drive. Mol only did 


he change the drive, but proceeded to 
open a brand new ROM board and 
replace my old one Next day my 
replacement Workbench disk arrived. 

\ am personally more than happy with 
my service From Commodore. Nothing 
was loo much trouble for I he engineer 
from Glasgow. 

t found Commodore quite easy to 
deal with and ! hope you can prim this 
fetter so other readers can see that there 
is fight at the end of Ibe tunnel. 

M Diamond, Edinburgh 

To every coin there are two s ides, and it 
looks as it yours landed heads up. 
Commodore realised early in the 
A 1200 s life fhaf speed and quality o! 
service was attracting continued criti- 
cism from users and the Amiga press, 
and efforts were made to rectify the 
problem. 

The result, as you have witnessed, is 
that after sales service is now much 
improved 1 . Just goes to shown what a 
conceded campaign of good of British 
whingirtg can aChie ve. 


Wot a bundle 
of fun 

r am seriously pissed off, having been 
very effectively ripped off by a combina- 
tion of Commodore and h igh street retail- 
ers. The reason? Well, it's a long story, but 
here goes. 

i recently decided to sell my trusty 
A500 Plus and use the money with a bit 
extra to upgrade as cheaply as possible lo 
a brand spanking new A 1200, Now, l have 
been a loyal Amigari since TASS*, starting 
with the bog standard A 500, .and during 
this time have built up a reasonable collec- 
tion of my favourite software. 

1 have grown accustomed to the likes of 
IJPaint 4, Final Copy. Directory Opus, and 
1 would grudgingly confess to enjoying 
the occasional game. I decided to keep this 
software to use with my new Amiga, so in 
short I wanted an A1200 iwfkujr software. 

1 didn't want or need Desktop 
Dynamite, Fast and Furious, Race and 
Chase, or any other sort of bundle. Ever 
tried to buy a bare Amiga in the high 
street? No chance. It's a bundle or 
nothing. 

After touring round all the likely stores 
in the area I came to the conclusion that 
mv chances of obtaining a standalone 
A12Q0 were very slim to say the Least, 

I eventually had to settle tor the Fast 
and Furious pack, complete with AC A 
versions of dodgy games like Trolls and 
Nigel Mansell, and at a price of nearly £5d 
more than the advertised price of an 
A 1200. 

Mail order might have got me a better 
deal, bui it was dose to Christmas and 1 
get nervous when 1 send large wads of 
cash before receiving the goods. 

My bundled games are, as expected, 
£50 worth of utter crap, destined to spend 
the rest of their days in some dark drawer, 
but it has to be said that the A12Q0 is abso- 
lutely superb. It's everything, and more, 
that I expected. 

So, all you liigh street stores out there, 
please keep a stock of '-Linda lone A 1200s 
for people like myself who are upgrading 
from another Amiga. 

Kc?i Fidoe, Willenholl 

Commodore have always bundled Ihe Amiga 
LcifJr and some jnmrfurtrtiVy software as 
a way of competing m our high streets against 


Amiga 

saboteur 

Can Amigas be made to simulate the 
cry ol a temale fox? If so. could I lure 
the local lex population into the last- 
ness of my back garden before hunting 
season starts and they're ripped lo 
pieces by slavering mongrels, not to 
mention the tox hounds? 

The nature-friendly among us want 
to knowf 

Joe Kfte sab". Surrey 

Hmm - you'd certainly be safer using 
such methods than jumping in front of 
galloping horses, but it is unlikely that a 
fox woufo be tooted for tong by an 
Amiga sound sample. 

Perhaps it yoo bought a (fake, of 
course} fur stole and wrapped your 
Amiga in it the illusion might tast a little 
longer, though l doubt if it would work 
for the entire hunting season. 


other sySlUHS, Silffi ffs Mega CD, it'/rffh are 
sold mjT/r (hear turn softnWW. 

l! T ffrfo hiuf of aggressive marketing ivhieh 
ensures smTtNS against the many rival fun- 
sriJ^'s and PC systems and without if A 32GO 
sales would htfPF 1 frcen hit fujrrf duriny 
C^fFrrrjod'urr s mcist impvrtanl Christmas for 
many years. 

Commodores current financial ritual ion 
can onto nn'iTsnJ fry high wftrfflc .s ales of the 
A40Q0, A1ZOO, and CD32 r mostly the totter 
ftoJ, and only by bundling popular games jrni 
jFrm/flCtfl'ity software can such sales I’t 1 
ass u red. 

High street store?, err the other hand, can 


Amiga Computing March 1994 




■ LETTE R S 



Commodore lost a life-long Amiga 
user yesterday, someone who has 
owned a Vic 20. Commodore 64, 
A500. and At 200. but who will no 
longer tolerate ihe conditions 
of the Amiga games market. I 
sold my A 1200 when I realised 
that even the latest epic. Jurassic 
Park won't install on my hard 
drive. 

Why is it that Amiga owners are 
judged to be inherently mare 
avaricious and dishonest than 
their PC-owning friends? This can 
be the only rationale behind 
a game which is HD installable 
on Ihe PC bul not on Ihe Amiga. 

Is Ihe software induslry staffed 
entirely by morons with no 
thought rn their heads other than 
the collection and retention of 
profit, with Scant regard for the 
wishes or service of their cus- 
tomers? I'm beginning to think 
so, 

Anyway, they can stuff their 
archaic floppy-only games with 
crunching copy protection which 
doesn't work slow access, and 
crap music. 

I'm buying either a CD-ROM 
based PC or a G032 for my future 
gaming, and the floppy-based 
mainstream Amiga software 
houses can stick their second 
rate, unfriendly products where 
the sun definitely does not 
shine 

End-oi-my -tether, Clttheroe 

Your frustration as a hard drive 
owner | or e* -owner, as it appears i 
art shared by thousands of Amiga 
gamers and everyone in the AC 
offices, where the arrivai of a 
floppy -only game of the sort which 
cries a of for a hard drive elicits j 
how/s of anger, especially with the ; 
game reviewers who are forced to 
undergo the torture of multiple 

d.'5*i Snapping 

Software houses should by now 
ha\e realised that any game other 
! than simple single floppy, quick 
loading sircar* 'em* ups must 
j be hard drive installable, and it 
they are not then they art immedi- 
ately compromised in terms of 
playability. 

Amiga 1ZQ0 owners, a growing 
number of wham have internet fD£ 
M0s. should s imply refuse to buy ; 
non-instattabte games unfit the 
software houses are forced by 
commercial pressures to change \ 
then stance 

Only if Amiga owners, tike 
PC game players, make it dear 
that floppy~based games are 
unpopular will anything change tor 
the better. 


i mltf sell iv full Commodore supply, and the 
eirtpha sis this Christmas Iir4> to™ on bundles, 

Standalone Aminas should, finiug/i, to 1 
available, and if unywic else is hating diffi- 
culty finding urte„ l suggest you nrJJ ZCL on 
05J3 414817 or SDL on 081-309 till. These 
tm large Commodore distributors hue every 
model in sfook, and if (hey can’t sell you ii 
form A12Q6 /Mr fhhhk 1 else can. 

Blank cheque 

I've had .an idea which ought help sort 
out (he problems with mail order, and 
would certainly make more people wise 
mail order when buying expensive 
equipment. 

At the moment, sending a cheque or 
phoning with youi credit card number in 
no way guarantees delivery of the goods 
tin time nr at all, and the money can often 
be gone from your bank account weeks or 
months before the kit iw delivered, if it 
ever is. 

My scheme would involve a private 
company, under government watchdogs, 
which \vould act as a central mail order 
clearing house, taking orders 
from customers using an 
fh&00 number, passing 
them on to the compa- 
nies which use its 
services, then 
arranging the deliv- 
ery and payment so 
that both customer 
and salesman gel 
what they w'ant on 
time. 

By charging a small 
percentage to cover run- 
ning costs and make a tidy 
profit, this sort of service would 
encourage the more cynical or nervous c>f 
us to use mail order, and those who 
wanted to go for the cheaper prices of the 
smaller outfits al the rtok of late nr non* 
delivery could still have the opportunity 
to take their chances and save a little 
mole cash. 

tan Belmont, Carlisle 

Your idea sounds lit s' a good one. but the com- 
pany yori CttfflStig? TWKitf hsir to offer the mtil 
order combines some st>r( of advantage over 
traditional direct selling. 


If the rise in consumer confidence did twt 
res tiff r?r frroygu sales through your clearing 
house the mail order on l fits would return tu 
Iheir uiunl methods and ihe clearing house 
would go tors/. 

Only if there is n potential market of people 
are normally pul off mil order tty the risks 
involved ivould the scheme succeed, and that's a 
mailer for careful commercial market research. 

If the market exists, howener, samcartc sottw- 
:l"'ji’'v nur/if rauic j? rrio- little earning from /Jus 
rriiildllc fnrjj i -cum -pi 1 1 iceman role. 

Strang market 

A friend of mine who has just bought an 
Amiga recently saw to her alarm a discus* 
ftion in one of the Amiga magazines of 
Commodore s troubles and of the threat to 
the Amiga market. Slw now t^vls she may 
hrive spenf £31X1 on a dying machine and E 
have to reassure her 
What can I tell her? 

Peter Stepley. Warrington 

* 

fust tell your friend to lake a trip down fe V/H 
Smiths flue Saturday and ofwmi Ihe crouds of 
pf’flp/r at the magazine racks 
perusing the wide range of 
Amiga magazines on offer. 
Every month, over 

zines are sold, Hjftidr 
points In an active 
Amiga audience of at 
leas! half a million and 
more like the full 
million. 

T'dJten with the rising 
salt's of Amigos and Amiga 
magazines, this points to u 
healthy market ivhich, though it 
longer enjoys the position of being the 
unchallenged king of the games twr/d. is sur- 
viving quite nicely amid intense competition. 

IVf cotild talk all day about the relative tech- 
nological merits of the Amiga , IhjI rite pimple 
ftn t is that hundreds of thousands of users are 
still making Ihe Amiga (heir number one 
choice* in i d this should he enough , without 
invoking Otttims razor , to combat loorries that 
Ihe Amiga is going downhill. 

The Software industry, though considerably 
less practised tiuin Callup or A l.;?rf in the torsi- 
Fif'.HL- of prediction, have made gloomy noises 
afwuf fie Amiga in recent months, but itc only 
tanw to cast our irrhrj^ fuck to the 32 general 


Got 

something to say 
through the pages of A Cf 
Earn Surf Is our mailman, 
dedicated to reading your letters 
and selecting the most interesting 
for publication , Drop him a tine at: 

Ezra Surf's Postbag , Amiga Computing 

Adflngton Park, Macclesfield S KlO 4NP 

Please don't enclose sacs as Ezra just 
hasn't got enough paper to repiy 
personally. He might atso have to 
shorten your tetters, so don't 
be offended if you end up 
getting the chop. 


Indi solution 


A4000 v 486 

I would just like to make a point 
the price of the A40QDJ03Q, as 
currently considering whether or r 
purchase one of these fine ma>: 1 
or go bra PC- 
l own an A500 at the momi 
which is a bil temperamental ;*■ 
don't Know if it will crash before 
afler I have saved itiis letter to disk 
I think it's lime lo upgrade, 

The best price I have seen lor 
A400IM530 i$ £1.099 wrth 1Mb eac h 
chip and fast RAM. and a 340Mb 
drive, bul no monitor. 

For the same price I could go 1 
486 25MHz with 4Mb RAM _ 1 c 
S oundblaster card. CD-ROM 12C 
hare drive, and SVGA colour mon t 
I think that Commodore she. 
include a monitor with their A4QQC 
at the same price and I’m sure 
would do batter. 

Paul Roberts. Cieethor 

The only reply t can give is “ditto' 


election to put sudi pirJiV/WH? in the r** 
perspective* 

If the experts of decodes of fwllmg jthlI 
research can fait sc miserably to precti 
results of such srr import™/ ramf, can jiy 
( far l fly iwstness toartoifiY <i better strike nut ’ 

Messy printer 

Of late, my B| 10 bubblejet printer 
started to fudge the detail on am tl 
print nut, and though barely noticeable j 
first, the downturn in quality has lx-., 
pronounced. 

Is there a software setting which v. 
restore my output to its former glory 
this, as 1 fear, a hardware fault? 

fenny Spencer , Sfflifcie-tin-Tfl 


Veu amid fmve a proNm with print dtm 
which should be set to the highest dpi & 
mid can be aw I rolled using prefs flr W 
Foust's excellent CtvwnSludio program. 

This, kauvver, is a very slim hope, J r 
sounds as if you have problems with the 
head itself. If no amount of software fidd 
makes it difference, contact your heal Cn 
dealer for ad-vice and repairs. 


Here's the solution to Bill Mackintosh’s problem running games 
such as Indcana Jones on larger hard drives. I have an Al 200 with 
a 170Mb Western Digital and the game wouldn't work on my hard 
drive in (he same way Bril' was finding problems. 

The problem, I discovered, was Ifiat ihe Amiga olten writes 
files to disk too quickly, inducting large graphics and amm files, 
leaving the file corrupt. I finally got Indie to work by copying the 
files from all 11 disks to my HD using Directory Opus. 

To solve the speed problem, use a program called GVP Expert 
prep or a similar hard drive set-op program to change ihe Max 
Transfer parameter until if reads 0x00001 ftf {decimal 8192) for all 
your partitions. This will slow transfer down so that files over 300k 
in si^e will be written lo disk correctly, 

After changing the transfer rate, save the rigid disk block 


(which won't require formatiing the HD), then just re-bool r * 
Amiga. The above method doesn't stow down the seek or r-eadif ; 
speed of the drive, just the writing rate. 

Jay Dave, Presr.-* 

Tha.iks for the up. Jay. Users out there who don't have access $? 
GAP's excellent (but commercial) propping software should ' 
able (o find ample PD SCSI editors and HD toolbox programs 1 
make ihe pb possible. 

Keep in mind, /hough, that a full backup of data on your pac- 
tions should be made before messing around with hard drives •» 
this way. if a mistake or a calamity leads to the corruption of a po* 
tition. you will then at least have a fall-back rather than a good 
excuse for throwing yourself out /he window 


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TECHNICAL HELPS 



E have recently encoun- 
tered a problem which I am 
S sure Is shared by many 
' ' Amiga owners in that i have 

■ ed a Picasso II relargetable 
>:"ics board and i am now seek- 

i suitable monitor, 

"re Picasso's screen modes 
ge between 36kHz and 63kHz„ 
the IDEK MF-5315. which scans- 
■•ween 30 and 63kHz seems sutt- 
The problem is that many 
93 program screens insist on 

■ 9 the 15kHz PAL and NTSC 
~n modes and cannot he 

rred, even using Picasso's 
~ge Scfeen software, an exam- 

* if which is ADFro’s main con- 
screen. 

' would therefore seem that I 
- re a monitor to scan between 
id 53kHz, which is asking quite 
‘ considering that the only mom 
's which can scan down to 
- 1 Hz usually can’t scan above 

* HZ, 

i could of course spilt the 
ja's RGB signal between the 
— < and my existing TV but I don’t 
■■ i '■ to sanding incorrect frequen- 
ts to one of them. 
v °uld it be worth purchasing a 

■ -doubler to change all 15kHz 
les to 30kHz? if so, can you 

* ^se recommend one and explain 
oasic workings? 

Ereft Buckley, Huddersfield 

J You seem to be a little con- 
fused about how the 
Picasso card itself works, 
• e most cards of its kind it has a 
in u scan-doubler" fdeunter- 
*r or flicker fixer to the rest of 
m .vhich is software controlled 
■ «i Workbench, 

Thi* means that Picasso wilt re- 
let any 15kHz screens opened 
m Workbench which use the 
1 ga s display database. 

1 i or most produclivify sofl- 
* re, including AQPro. can be 
* *de to re-target to Picasso's 
or frequency display, though 
" ; y will retain their original pixei 
iolutk>n, 

mrrrercial games software 
ch takes over the system and a 
i r productivity packages such as 
; gari wilt not work with RTG 
da. and for most of these, cer- 
j nly all Ihe games, a 15kHz dis- 
. device wilt be needed, 

’ you sill! think you reed a 
‘Hz monitor, try IDEK gain. The 
rent range of monilors has been 
rented by special ‘low scan" 
dels which cover the usual high 
~ jencies but also have a setting 
ihe PAL 15kHz mode. They are 
~-re expensive, of course, but you 
«* whai you pays for. 


Lightning never strikes twice,., 
unless it’s in the Amiga’s premier 
technical letters page, that is 


is it any good find would I need a fast 
hand drive? 

C Masiertm, Funikrwitgh 

r Sampling direct to hard disk 
does not require an overly fast 
hard drive and any ordinary 
IDE or SCSI device should have a data 



Deep "fried chips 

About eight or nine weeks ago., 
my Amiga 501 stopped working 
after having trouble with my 
Star [SX-242Q prjnlvr. 1 took it fo the local 
(300km awayE) dealer who diagnosed the 
problem as a destroyed CIA chip and 
replaced both. 

Upon returning home, I fired up my 
system and saw ihe familiar Workbench 
screen once more. It did not take long for 
the printer, after a little cable switching - 
with the power off, of course - to once 
again fry the CIA 

The dealer again replaced my CEA 
chip, buf only the tine directly in line with 
the parallel port. This worked, and aside 
from a fried printer fit is 120V and was 
plugged into 2213V), the rest of the system 
worked. 

However r 1 discovered that disks and 
programs were fmt loading properly In 
fact, it I double clicked on one, it was a 
toss-up whether it loaded or not, in the 
latter case the system would freeze, war- 
ranting a reboot 

What is wrong with my system? I sus- 
pect that the other Cl A chip is on its way 
out. Am ! right? 

foftn Gib its, Yfluber af-Simiwh, 
Saudi Arabia 

F it certainly sounds as if the 
dealer shnuid have replaced 
both CIA chips the second time 
round, especially if you have been plug- 
ging mismatched peripherals into your 
Amiga. 

Plugging an electrical device into the 
wrong type of power outlet will damage 
both the peripheral itself and anything it 
is connected to through overloads, volt- 
age spikes, and so on, and this sounds 
like the must likely cause of your I/O 


problems,The besl course of action 
would be to have your dealer give the 
Amiga a complete once- over to check 
that more elements of the system have 
nol been damaged bv your mistake in 
connecting a printer with the wrong 
power ral ing. 

Disk samples 

I have started to experiment 
with music cm my Amiga and 
have bought a Db$ N-hit sound 
sampler and a Midi interface to connect to 
mi Yamaha keyboard, now, however, 
I've started on a tune which demands 
long samples and 1 don't have the mem- 
ory to play them hack. 

Would ii he cheaper to buy extra mem- 
ory or go for a hard drive? I've heard of 
PD direct-lo-dkk sampling software, but 


transfer rate sufficient for Ihe job. In 
cases where lower sample quality is 
acceptable (no more than about 1 4k 11/ 1, a 
floppy disk can he used to play back 
fairly large samples, and these are much 
slower than HDs. 

For CD quality sound (HkHzi you 
will need about IT Mb for one minute of 
slereo, so a 40Mb hard drive should, be 
enough for basic use, though if you wisli 
to store lots of samples a 100Mb+ turd 
drive would be belter. 

Public domain and shareware direct- 
to-disk sampling programs are available, 
and many of them do a fine fob, but 
don't expect the sort of features your 
GVP software offers. 

The majority of PD sampling pro- 
grams of this kind are designed for the 
basic job of sampling and if you don't 
have wads of memory you might find 
editing Ihe samples a tad. difficult. 

One of Ihe commercial virtual mem- 
ory packages, such as GigaMem which 
uses hard drive space as if it were RAM, 
would be a good idea in this case, but 
you'll need a chip wilh a memory man- 
agement unit (MMUl, which is not pre- 
sent in chips with the EC designation. 

The t^ECOiO, fitted in all A 1200s, was 
originally designed to be used as a cheap 
embedded controller (hence EC) for 
domestic appliances and doesn't have an 
MMl. Nor does the h$ECD3Q used in the 
A 4000/030, so make sure before looking 
.it virtual memory options that you have 
the appropriate hardware. 

Bitmap success 

Two days after writing you a letter ask- 
ing for advice on how to solve the prob- 
lem of the message "unable to read 


W 


5-Xpress 


'w just completed making my first auto-booting disk and I'm (deling proud 
of myself, but I'm slill unclear about exactly what all the directories do. ■espe- 
cially S and L. I know that the startup-sequence goes in S, bul what else 
can It be used tor and whal goes n the L directory? Please help, because I can feel 
confusion creeping back in 

Dave Fairine. Dudley 

F Ttie s directory is used mainly to store script files (of which startup- 
sequence is the best example;., which means It Is often where ARexx 
macros are stored, and where user-startup scripts, and special startup 
scripts tor various programs can be located, Apart from the odd alteration to 
startup-sequence, most users need never look in the S directory. 

Your L directory is where device handlers are stored. These files are comple- 
mentary lo the devices found in the Devs drawer and a bare Workbench disk 
will usually contain at least the Ram-Handler, which provides the RAM disk, and 
the Port- Handler, which controls the way in which Ihe serial and parallel ports 
are accassed- 

Again, the L directory is one which should need little in ihe way of interven- 
tion from the user, though it is also where. In pre-WB2 machines, the disk val- 
idator file is stored, and so is also where Ihe Saddam virus will lurk when he 
first infects your machine, 




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61 



■ TECHNICAL HELP 



WMSJI SISMSI 


yoti gof pro&fems few? Then drop a line to 
Amiga Computing Advice Sen/ice, Europe 
House, Adfington Park , Macclesfield SKW4NP 
and well move heaven and earth to help in these 
columns . But sorry, we cannot reply personally, 
so save those *SAEs. 


► 

bitmap* 1 I have managed to solve the 
problem by using RDFrep to re-format 
the whole dish (yikes! - Ed). 

However, I'd still like to know what a 
bitmap reading error is and its Likely 
cantos M perhaps you could still reply to 
those questions. My other query about 
whether the whining noise of a hard disk 
is common to all drives stands, though, as 
this noise is driving me up the wall. 

Stephen Solar, BdgMiry 

r rhe whirring noise yuu ran 
hear with all hard drives is the 
sound of the disk continually 
rotating- As hard drives spin much 
faster than floppies it is necessary to 
keep them spinning rather than wait 
each time you access the drive for it to 
reach operational speed. 

Floppy users can initially he shocked 
by the noise made by bard drives, partly 
because they are the only constantly 
moving parts in a system unless it also 
■ a cooling fan, 

A bitmap, in hard drive terms, is a 
digital picture drawn by the Amiga on 
the hard drive's root block. This picture 
holds the locations of all files on Ihe 
drive and if it is corrupted yuu will 
receive error messages relating either to 
the fact that it cannot he read or that the 
drive is "un validated". 

Bitmap errors are about the least dan- 
gerous of hard drive problems and 
shouldn't cause complete re-formats so 
long as yon Nave access to one of the 
disk repair programs on offer, 

Quarterback loots, given away on a 
recent Cover Disk, has a few problems 
with the A12C0'S JDh drive, but 
Quarterback Tools Deluxe does not and 
should sort out Ihe problem in less trau- 
matic fashion if it ever appears again. 

Tool types 

The use of so-called "tool 
iff types" in icons has been a 
W ■■ ~ source of confusion for mo 

since 1 bought my A50Q Plus, and 1 still 


don't know exactly what they do. For 
example, many of my program icons 
have tool types for font directories, and 
something called CXPopup being oil her 
yes or no. What's it all about, eh? 

Roger PlfunwglfH], Cardiff 

r Tool types are the same as Ihe 
parameters you might type in 
to accompany a Cl) command 
and they offer the user a chance to 
change the way a program loads up and 
automatically pass instructions to it as it 
loads, 

Those tool types which reter to a 
drawer on your hard drive usually tell 
the program where to look for its data 
files and w on r and the CX_Fopup tool 
type tells the Amiga whether a pro- 
gram's interface should appear when it 
is loaded. 

Only commodities, designed to run at 
boot-up in Ihe background usually use 
CX Popup toot types, but authors are 


free to use a list of standard tool types 
(for consistency's sake) or use as many 
of their own as they feel necessary, 
bull details on a program's tool types 
can usually be found in the accompany- 
ing documentation and should he 
looked upon as useful and flexible 
allies rather than foes. 

If i pro-gram opens in interlace, for 
example, and you can see no way to 
change this through the program's 
menus, checking the icon's tool types 
can sometimes reveal tool types such as 
LACE=YE5 which can be changed to 
alter the default screen made* 

CD for all 

in the eyes of A2QQQ owners, 
such .is myself, the CD-ROM 
boom seems far away, but I 
have recent k been given hope by the 
appearance on my favourite bulletin 
board of a CD-ROM filesystem for all 




■sv | have a problem with ihe palette editor in the Profs 
if drawer ol my new A 1200, Although it allowed me to cus- 
W tomise my Workbench colours originally, if I now select it 
I gel an advisory error "sroquiros oolotirwheel gadget v39". 

Using SID shows me that the gadget is indeed present in my 
SYS. Classes/Gadgets drawer, but if I select to run this through 
SID I get Mile not executable return code 10'. Selecting 
Multiview also shows me that Itie gadget is Ihere bul if i try to 
open any file I am told that it is an unknown datatype. Is this a 
separate problem? 

It I boot from my copy of the Workbench 3,0 disk the editor 
selects as advertised. What can I do and can you give me more 
information on return codes? incidentally why docs SID lell m© 
that my 65Mb drive is only an 63.5Mb drive? 

JW/ke Phillips, Naples, Italy 



It sounds as though you have a systemic problem, 
as both the datatypes and gadgets are failing to 
function properly. These are not executable tiles, 


trouble 

so don’t worry about the SID error message- As long as 
you have v39,G of Workbench (the version supplied with 
every At 200), you should have no problems. 

First thing to try is re-instalting your Workbench soft- 
ware to ensure that alt the correct libraries and files are 
present, then get a modern virus checker and give alt your 
disks a good going over. 

It is sometimes a first indication of a viral infection when 
software doesn't function as expected, and a general virus 
sweep is a good, idea from Lime to time anyway. If your 
Palette program stilt doesn't work you should lay your 
hands on a completely Iresh WS3 disk and re-install with 
that. 

Many users buying A12O0S from local dealers who had 
installed Workbench in the back room of the shop later 
found out that installation, consisting of dragging all visi- 
ble icons to the system partition, had only been 
partially completed, and this could be the case with your 
drive. 



Bad lists 

I've noticed a bit of a 
on the subject d program 
jogs in the magazine, 
like to add my tuppence worth 1 ha' 
buggers. 

How many times, when I or 
Spectrum, did I blindly type in a 
incomprehensible gibberish, only tc 
that some unknown cock-up in lies 
caused the program to crash? Dor 
How many times did 1 throw 
Spectrum against the wall in irus: 
when I realised after hall an hour t 
liny typeface was responsible (■: 
thinking a colon was a semi-co" 
comma a lull slop, and so on? Doz 
How soon would I like to nek 
memory and re -Experience this 
inflicted hell? Never. And mat's m. 
penn'orth on the subject of listings 
If you have to have program 
please supply them on disk. That 
some poor foot wants to type them 
can print ihgm out and do it the hare 
while the rest of us road through t 
our monitor screens. 

Graham Kelly. Souths 


F OK, that's another ad dr 
the Great Listings Debar 
far we've had beginne 
support, old lags (who sufferec 
same hell as Mr Kelly) in slat 
resistance to the Idea, and a me 
of waverers. 

The jury is still out. folks, sc 
those pens a-scri tabling. 


Amigos, if 1 install this filesystem 
access CD software? If so, will I 
special interface or some sort nl 
hardware to make CD-ROMs w 
my FCS-equipped machine? 

H Trough ton. 



The filesystem to which 
^ refer is designed to mo 
SCSI controlled CD- 
drive as if it were another V 
device such as a floppy or hard 
and should, give your system act 
most nun-program CD-ROMs 
comply to the ISO 9660 standard. 

With the help of a SCSI in I 
card and a cheap CD-ROM from 
dealer you should be able to acc 
CD-ROM of clip art, I ext til 
graphics, though you won't, of c 
be able to play PC games. 

You should also have acres- 
various Amiga CD-ROMs such 
CDPD collection from Alma 
Systems, but 1 am unsure ato 
possibility of playing bool a tale 
game disks. 

Download the archive and ch 
documentation for yourself if you 
full details* but always be aw a 
Ihis is not a CDTV or CD3I "e 
lor", but simply a filesystem by 
some CDs can be read from. 


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T hey ^Aid it couldn't be done, 
but Utilities Unlimited's 
Emplant card brought colour 
Macintosh emulation to the Amiga in late 
1992. Because Amiga users were so 
amazed to be able to run top-of- the- line 
Macintosh products such as Adobe 
Photoshop and Quark X Press on their 
computers, ihev were willing to overlook 
Emplant's initial quirks and limitations. 

Emplant's developer. Jim, Drew, surfed 
the on-line networks providing support 
for the device and taking in suggestions 
(tod complaints 

Drew promised not only to enhance 
and improve the Macintosh emulation t 
but also to eventually release emulation 
modules for devices ranging from the 
Apple and IBM- PC to the Super Nintendo 
and Sega Genesis.. 

More than a year later, ha* Emplant 11 
delivered on its promises? Well, the 
answers are for the most part ' yes , with 
an occasional -not yet, but we're working 
hard on Ll'\ 

E implant's Macintosh emulation has 
matured to the point where an a properly 
equipped Amiga can indeed be a "better 
Mac than a Mac". The promised addi- 
tional emulation modules have yet to sur- 
face as of press lime, however, 

But UU's Drew assured mo at press 
time that new emulation modules are just 
around the comer, and sent me a beta ver- 
sion of the Emplant Apple I! emulator as 
proof* 

Emplant is a Zurro 11 expansion card 
that fits in the Amiga 1500, 2000, 3000, and 
4000, It's available in tour configurations: 
The Basic Emplant which sLmply Includes 
the ROM sockets and chips needed to sup- 
port Em plant's various emulation mod- 
ules; the Deluxe Emplant, which adds two 
Appletalk-compatible R&-122 serial ports 
and a SCSI interface; and models with just 
SCSI or just serial support All of the mod- 
els can be expanded to the Deluxe specifi- 


cation. Emplant currently ships with 
Macintosh emulation software, at v3,8 as 
of this writing. Apple H emulation is just 
around the comer, and may be available 
by the time you read this, And ULI are 
hard at work cm IBM emulation for 
release later this year. 

DEVELOPMENT 

Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo emu- 
lation modules are under development by 
a European company and will be available 
separately. 

UU have also greatly optimised the 
speed of the emulation. A bfMMbequipped 
Amiga will perform very similarly to a 
real Macintosh equipped with the same- 
speed processor* 

The Speedometer benchmark show s the 
A400Q/040 is similar to the Mac Quadra 


700 in almost all benchmarks except for 
video. However, remember that while the 
machine is matching an equivalent 
Macintosh in speed ratings, it's running 
Amiga software at the same time! 

Hard drive speed Is now about five 
times faster than in the original emula- 
tion, and is close to what you H get from a 


real Mac. 

Video is another area that ha- * 
great improvement The early versitf* 
Emplant constantly reminded you I 
you weren't using a real MacnJi 
because screen updates w r ere relas i 
slow when running in colour mode - 
Now the emulation manages ah 


Macintosh emulation on the Amiga is I 
becoming cheaper, more powerful an: I 
more popular. Denny Atkin looks at 
Emplant II, the latest upgrade of j 
Utilities Unlimited's acclaimed emulate 

Impressive 



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TUndratnir 


Amiga Computing March 1994 


Putting on your Mac 


Early versions of Emplant required a minimum 
6S030 microprocessor for Macintosh emulation. 

Recent releases no longer require an MM U, so 
they'll work on a 69 EC 030 microprocessor, 
making the producl usable on the A4000. , '030 

You II want at least 4Mb of Fast RAM for 
Macintosh emulation, but more is preferable. 

And a hard drwa is a must on the Macintosh, so 
it's a must here as well. 

For Mac omulation, you'll also need the 
Macintosh operaimg system. This includes a 256k Macintosh ROM chip from a Mac 
or lira, and the Macintosh System 7.1 operating system disks. Vou can purchase s 
POM chip from a number ol electronics suppliers. Or if you own a proper Macintosh , a i 




use the POMkNFO program to copy the F 
a disk tile without removing them from yc. 

The rawest release of the Macintosh 
tion software is "32-bit clean" This 
emulates the newest Macintosh mode 
allows you to address more than BMb ot - ^ 
the Macintosh side. 

Indeed, until 32-brt dean support wa* 
you were hard-pressed to get Emplant to < 
with more than 4Mb available for the Ma: n 







EMU L ATI O NB 


Apple Who? 


fh lire ISM 466 emulation is still a few months away, 
: Unlimited are ready to unleash a second emulation - o! 

1 dtesc Apple II computer. 

isn't as strange as il sounds, as over here in the States 
Apple II was the computer d choree lor school systems 
the 1960s (it was our equivalent of the Beeb}. 
schools still use lirese machines, so an emulator will 
■ -jnc students to practice wilh their Apple educational 
at home on the Amiga I lasted a nearly final beta ver- 
• ”ie Apple It emulation and was quite impressed. You’ll 
access to an original Apple 1 1 machine to dump its ROMs 
Amiga; from there, it's easier to use than a real Apple, 
ruse there's no easy way to read Apple disks on an 
though, you'll need to transfer the files you want to use 
im, The emulation will load Apple disk image files {sirni- 
:.MS archives on the Amiga) and boot them just like a real 
You can find plenty of files to try oul on Apple BBS sys- 


tems, The emulation rs quite speedy, providing lull Apple II per- 
formance even on a slock A 1200, That's the most Impressive 
Itiing, since previous Amiga emulation modules of 6502-ba.sed 
computers have been pokey slow 

Although Apple graphics arc quite nasty !u lock at, the emu- 
lator does give you a way to run some classics such as 
Galaxian and Wizardry an your Amiga Still, thrs emulation will 
likely bo of interest primarily to Amiga ns who started oul as 
Apple users, or whose kids use Ac pies at school. 

The emulation not only multitasks with Amiga software but 
with the Mac e mutation as well - memory permitting, you can 
run one instance of each Emplant emulation simullaneousty wilh 
all the others, 

Since UU now have a working emulator of a 65 02- based 
computer, C64/12S and Atari 400/000 emulation modules are- 
planned too, UU plan fo make all of these available Iree ol 
charge. 


‘‘ of the update speed ol a real Mac 
running rn 256 colours on an AGA 
.- or 16 colours on en ECS Amiga, 
isn't perfect but is plenty fast 
Mr games such as Falcon MC and 
tfrcjin. If you're yeriaus about 
*h emu la lion, though, and you 
■ ■ use high-powered Macintosh 
-editing software such as 
Itehcp, you'll want lo invest in j 
card for your Amiga. 

~r. ini now supports the Retina, 
■o II. Rainbow IIL Merlin, Piccolo,, 
tom, and Visions boards. Depending 
~ board, Emplant supports 24-hii 
jn.d resolutions up to 1,600 x 1,200 

:t -I last board like the Rainbow 


you can expect graphics just as fast as 
those of a real Macintosh, If you don't 
need 24-bit colour, though, you're likely 
to find that the AGA graphics are quite 
Usable; using the Super72 mode you can 
run the emulation in 032 x 62-1 resolution 
in 236 colours, 

SOUND 

Emplant is no longer mute - the latest 
releases support full stereo Macintosh 
sound, and do a good job of it Sounds 
play smoothly from Macintosh games 
>llc1i as SimCity 2900 

There are a number of options for disk 
storage. The easiest way to gel up and 
running is to buy an Em plant with the 
SCSI interlace and simply plug a 


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lion. And because the Macintosh System 7 
operating system is so large, a 4Mb Macintosh 
is aboul as cramped as a 1Mb Amiga - it’s 
usable, but don'l plan on running high-powered 
image-prooes&ing programs or on multitasking 
much. 

With 32-bit clean support, I'm now able to 
emulate a 9Mb Macintosh on my 12Mb Amiga 
4009 - far more useful lor product rwty work. 
Memory isn't shared with the Amiga side ol 
, ou tell Emplanl tww much to dedicate lo Macintosh emulation when you first start 
I P“uiator, 

pc - warn to make more memory available to me Amiga side, you'll need lo shut down 
j ation, change the allocation, and then restart rt, 
x 32-txt clean emulation means that Emptant no longer requires a memopr-manage- 
• l so H’s now compatible wilh The 



30 processors found in some GVP 
Tors and in the A40CH2/O3Q. 

However if possible you'll want to run the 
on an MMU-equippcd machine, as 
without one will have much slower 
-riates under the Macintosh emulation. 


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Macintosh SCSI drive into the back of the 
card. Mae SCSI drives general! \ come 
with The System 7 software already 
ins ta tied, so it's a simple matter of plug- 
and-go 

With Amiga drives you have three 
options: You can format an 
entire drive as a Macintosh 
drive, choose a partition and 
format it for the Mac, or use the 
Hardfik support. 

Hard tile support is similar to 
the virtual drives used by 
Cnmmndorc’s Bridgeboard - a 
large file is created on an Amiga 
hard drive pari it ton tliat looks to the 
Macintosh like a hard drive. 

This isn't as fast as dedicating a real 
partition to the Macintosh emulation., but 
it has the advantage of being vasx to set 
up and it can be backed up with a stan- 
dard Amiga hard drive backup program. 

Em plant's SCSI adaptor fully emulates 
a real Macintosh SCSI port, so you can 
attach nearly any Mac SCSI expansion 
device there. I J ve run both a Bernoulli 
removable hard disk and an Apple 
CD3(HJ double- spin CD-ROM drive on 
the port with no problems, even running 
Macintosh CD-ROM games, 

Pullring a CD-ROM on the Em plan 17- 
SCSI port has the added advantage of 
allowing you to u.v the drive on both the 
Amiga and Mac sides of the Computer- 
Floppy support is a bit more problem- 
atic- When Emplant first shipped, U C 
offered a device called Sybil that allowed 
the Amiga to road 0tK)k Macintosh format 
disks, p Sow ever, the device never would 
reliably write Mac disks {Macintosh 8tH>k 


The shape 
of things 
to come 

As this article was going to press, UU were 
nard at work an a major revision, Emplant 
4.0, which should be available by the time 
you read this. 

Utilities Unlimited’s Jim Drew tet me in on 
whal was coming up in this revision: if all at 
these features don't make it into 4,0, theyl! 
be in releases that fellow soon alter. 

After this wi&h-lisi is implemented, Drew 
will pul aside the Mac emulation module and 
dive inlo finishing the IBM 4B6 emulation. 

First and foremost on the upgrade list is 
support for using the Amiga's serial and par- 
aliel ports from the Me cm tosh side, The 
emulation will be able lo pass data transpar- 
ently back and forth to Either port. 

The exciting thing, though, will be a new 
Chooser exlens ion Thai wilt let you pnnt 
di redly from your Maciniosh applications to 
a Preferences printer driver - no more hunt- 
ing down a Macintosh -side driver for The 
printer ol your choice! 

The current file-transfer mechanism will 
be replaced by a new MufttFS filesystem 
driver, Similar to Cros&DQS in concept this 
driver will allow both the Amiga and Mac 
Sides to access any supported file formal, so 
you could, for instance, write data to a 
Macintosh high-density disk from an Amiga 
program 

CONVERTING 

This driver will feature plug-in fra relation 
modules tor converting between popular 
Amiga and Macintosh tils formats - every- 
thing Irom converting plain Ascn text to 
translating various graphics formats as 
they're copied 

Support for virtual memory is on the wish 
list, as is support for multiple monitors. With 
this capability, you could for instance, dis- 
play a 24-bit Macintosh picture on your 
Picasso board full-screen while keeping all 
yaur Iqolbaxes and menus an a taster 16- 
colour Amiga screen. 

Finally, there's the tong-awaited PCMCIA 
Emplant for ihe Amiga 1200, This will be a 
small box that has all the features of The 
Zorro ll card - dual serial and SCSI options 
included - except il won't have ROM 
sockets. 

A parallel port: ROM reader wifi be avail- 
able for transferring your Mac ROMs to the 
A1200 if you need it. Il will sell for the same 
price as the original Emplanl. 

Many A12QQ owners will be happy just to 
have a PCMCIA SCSI apiian, never mind 
the bonus of the emulation Although ihe 
PCMCIA Emplant will function with a stoeft 
At 200, you'll be happier with the perfor- 
mance of the Mac emulation if you add an 
accelerator board, 

The design of this board has been com- 
pleted. but UU has been unable to procure 
enough PCMCIA connectors to go into pro- 
duction due lo industry shortages. The com- 
pany hopes 1c have it available this Spring. 


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67 




EMU L AT I O N 


disk drives actually vary their speed as 
they spin, so standard Amiga disk drives 
can't read disks created by them). 

Sybil is no longer available, so cur- 
rently the only options tor reading 800k 
disks are to connect an A-Max nr Mac-2- 
DOS cartridge and a real Mac disk drive. 

NIBBLE 

However UU soon plan to release a 
small board that will plug into the back, 
oif an Amiga disk drive that will not only 
allow Emplant to read and write 8t>0k 
Mac disks, but will also function as a nib- 
ble copier. 

Emplant will directly read disks cre- 
ated by the A-Max and Spectre Mac emu- 
lators, though, so if you're upgrading 
From one of chose vmulatnrS- you re in 
luck. 

On a happier note, Emplant will 
directly re.id and write Macintosh 
1.44Mb high-density disks if you have a 
hii;h-densitv diskdrive on your Amiga; it 
currently has trouble writing to disks it 
you're in 256-colour mode, but Drew said 
this problem should be cured before this 
article sees print. 

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software is coming on these disks, 

The two R5-422 serial ports will allow 
you to attach a modem, printer, or 
AppleTalk network, These work very 
well, except that some A41KJU users* with 
early- revision buster chips in their sys- 
tems may find problems with the 
AppleTalk support. 

if vou plan to hook an A4DO0/ Emplant 
combo into a Mac network, it might be a 


good idea to have your local service cen- 
tre update your A4UOO s Buster chip to 
the latest revision, 

Transferring files between the 
Macintosh and Amiga sides of your com- 
puter now possible thanks to the 
recently added file Copy functions. You 
can use a file requester to move any file 
between the Amiga and Macintosh sides 
of things. 

Translation is present h limited to the 


automatic recognition of MacBioi 
downloaded files, but a future ugl 
promises to add sophisticated Hit-; 
version capabilities, such as the abilrt 
convert Amiga An im 8- format aitin 
to Quick l ime format as they're cop • i 




How compatible is it? 


So how well does Emplant perform as a 
Macintosh? Very. As mentioned earlier, 
processing performance is very similar to 
a teal Macintosh running Ihe same pro- 
cessor, but with (he added benefit of 
being able to run Amiga software at ihe 
same lime. 

Compatibility is superb. I tested a 
dozen major productivity applications - 
such as Photoshop. Quark XPress, 

Fractal Design Painter, and Quicken - 
and they alt worked without a hitch. The 
only problem I had was an occasional 
crash witfi Microsoft Word, which UU are 
looking into. Word is notoriously flaky, 
even on some real Macs. 

A testament to the emulator’s compat- 
ibility is its ability to run games flawlessly. 

I ran Falcon MC, Star Trek 25th 
Anniversary, SimCity 2000, Spectre 
Supreme, and Maelstrom (the best 
Asteroids game ever designed (or a com- 
puter) on my Emplant system without a 
hitch. 

Even though 256-cglour AGA video only rales aboul 
0.62 the speed of a real Macintosh It on the Speedometer 
benchmark, the system provided smooth performance tor 
all these games. 

Note that some older Macintosh programs may Have 
problems when running in 32-bit clean mode or with the 
63040 capyback caches active. 

This isn't endemic to Emplant. but is simply a problem 
with poorly written Mac software that owners of real Macs 
face as well - its similar to the situation Amiga programs 
That won't work right on Hie A 1200 or A4000. Such prob- 
lems can be worked around by turning otl the caches or 
32-bit support, just like wilh a real Macintosh, 

Utilities Unlimited have been very good about fixing any 
problems with the emulation when users report a program 




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that doesn't work properly - the company have even 


expressed plans to patch some popular but buggy Mac 
software to run properly in 32-bit clean mode. 

Macintosh applications co-exist peacefully with Amiga 
programs nowadays; early versions of Emplant would 
sometimes crash when you tried lo use comims software 
while running the Mac emulation, but like most of the other 
teething pains that problem has been cured. 

Having a Mac and Amiga in the same box is very 
advantageous. For instance, you could lake a 24-Hit TIFF 
graphics file, touch it up in Adobe Photoshop on the Mac 
side, then use the file transfer mechanism lo move It over 
to (he Amiga side for further processing with Art 
Department Professional. 

The final result could then be moved back lo the Mac 


and inserted into a desktop pubfithai 
program. The Macintosh is a much me * 
expensive machine to equip for v 
work than the Amiga. With Emplant ,rn 
can use Mac software to touch up v ■ 
images, men move them to ihe b* » 
srfe for output - the besl ol both wor 
Emplanl's add-on ports are usd 
not only tor the Mac emulation, btf A 
the Amiga side as well. The pad 
includes empscsi. device 
empser.deiAce which lei you utilise 
SCSI and serial ports under AmlgaDC 
The SCSI support is a real boor 
A4<X)0 owners, allowing them to e 
connect CD-ROM drives or move 
hard drives over from older Amiga s 
toms. The controller isn't as fast as 
hot Zcrro III SCSI-1 1 boards, but to 
again tor the price of one of those 
can buy an Emplant complete with Mi ! 
ROMs. 

Selling up a SCSI device on 
Amiga side isn't an easy opera! 
though, The curronl empscsi .device doesn’t support a. J j 
coot or aulomounitng, so you'll need to use something u 
the freely distributable SCSImounter program to mvj 
AmigaDQS recognise the drive, it can be partitioned a 
lormatted using HDToolBox. 

Since the board doesn’t auto-bool on the Amiga s 
(Ihe Mac side does), it works besl as an add-on canto 
for systems like ihe A4000 Auto-boot capability may cc 
later - ihe Emplant board has provisions for a smalt 
lery-backed block of RAM thai can hold auto-boci h 
drive code. 

The serial ports are fully functional with any A- 
Domms software that allows you to specify a replace 
tor serial. device. It you need a couple of extra ports for 
with a bulletin board system or for basic serial network 
Emplant wilt do the job 




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ness I'm still amazed by the occa- 
sional release which sets 
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lity. 

the arrival of Humanoid'S I'm once 
^■assured that then' is indeed more to 
niga than just profit, play and occa- 
kjfToductivity, 

you can see. Humanoid is yet another 
in the Amiga's ever growing ray trac- 
, repertoire - which in this case provides 
family of beautifully sculpted fig- 
few both lightwave and Imagine 
w before knuckling down to the 
Fd like to explain why Fm so 
■ sed with what appears to be just 
icr collection of 3D objects- Firstly 
- the obvious quality of the figures and 
hand and facial gestures. 

However modelling skill is only the 
ig as each model has been designed 
rnm.fte etfortlensh between the various 
band and body poses, 

T> is Ls seen at its best courtesy of the van- 
--inning and walking scenes which come 
r rt of the collection, The attention to 
and overall quality are quite simply 
sking. 

Alas due to the limitations of print, it's 
to appreciate just how good these fig- 
• rally are. Even these irnpreH-sive stills 
m comparison when you see them, run- 
walking, speaking and dare I say even 

After such a glowing introduction you 
tv wondering exactly whal makes the 
mold collection so human Basically the 
to the system is the ability of both 
.ave and Imagine to build hierarchical 
and morph between them. Thanks to 
: >. v,ver of both techniques Tim Wilson has 
Ifot banished that ubiquitous mechanical 
it so often dugs- 3D modelling 
Trunks to the hierarchical design, basic 
parts can be appended together and 
ijuentLy animated via key frames to 
i jic basic articulation for running, vcalk- 
befiding and So tm. 

ffo',vever what about expression and even 
■? Hierarchical techniques am useless 



sculpture 

Get ready to be amazed as 
Paul Austin explores Humanoid, the 
next generation in 3D modelling 


and as a consequence it's here where mor- 
phing roallv comes into its own. 

Thanks to a mixture of careful design and 
consummate modelling skill, Tim has cre- 
ated a whole series of expressions and 
phonemes for each me del which courtesy of 
their identical points can be morphed dur- 
ing animation. 

As a result, making a model speak is sim- 
ply a matter of morphing from one 
phoneme head to the Jiext - at which point 
the model will mouth the phonetic elements 
which make Up the words you require. Tim 
has even included a section in the excellent 
50-page manual diagramming which 
phonemes to use tor specific letters and 
sounds. 

]'ht- same applies fo emotions, depending 
on your needs your character could be 
angry , sad, happy or whatever, AIL you not'd 
do is tell the software at which point, and 
hnw quickly, to morph between the various 
emotional slates, 

Using the same principles, hands can be 
animated between a variety of positions 
enabling your characters to point at an 


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Registration special 

- -ough the Complete ooltetiion oi models include a man, a strong man and a woman 
■Miti their own heads, hands and motion paths, you also receive a child. 

However il you want your new family to experience parenlhcxsd you mus 1 ; first send 
” your registration card in order no receive the 5 prog. Although a blatant attempt to 
iterate an accessible user base, ihere are other advantages. 

Leaving this obvious marketing ploy aside registration will ensure up-to-the-minute 
-■^nation on new products. For example Crestline plan to release a new collection of 
fimless human figures and animal models later this year which wifi take advantage of 
: ones and skeletal morphing within Imagine 3.0 


object, pick it. up 
shake hands, wave, 
grasp something, 
grip if tightly rind 
even form a fist and 
destroy it- 

As if that wasn't 
enough . Tim has also added the 
finishing touch by ensuring that 
the figures are all made up of 
the same number of points 
and polygons, Ah a result it's 
just as easy to morph between 
the man, woman and child as it 
is to alter facial expressions. 

This attention to detail is even 
more impressive w r hen you con- 
sider that all the figures are hand 
built and not slmpK sucked into 
the machine via a 3D digitiser 

Basically Tim Wilson's new col- / 
lection is spectacular. If and when 
3D art receives the artistic credit it 
so richly deserves Tim Wilson's cre- 
ations will no doubt be considered 
classics. 

If you can afford it and have the neces- 
sary I0.5\fb and 18,7Mb of hard disk space 
for the Lightwave or Imagine versions 
respectively, plus the recommended 030 or 
040 CPU it's an investment you'll never 
regret. 

Unfortunately Crestline do not vet have a 
European distributor so Fm afraid you'll 
have to entrust a postal order to the US mail. 
However keep a close eye on the news 
pages as I'm certain some entrepreneurial 
tvpe will soon add it to their 
portfolio. 



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SALES &TECHNICAL 


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SHOWROOM ADDRESS : 
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PARK COURT* OFF CECJL ST, 
STANNfNGIEYRQAD, 
LEEDS, LSI2 2AE . 


(Follow A64 7 signs from 
Leeds City Centre) 


It is recommended that prices are 
confirmed before ordering goods 
E&OE. 




2% Hiffhai-fje ofl AHCX 




The AMIGA A I 200 
RACE & CHASE PACK 


only £289.99! 

now with MIG E L MANSELL FI and TROLLS! 

A I 200 DESKTOP 


DYNAMITE PACK 

only £339.99 

HARD DRIVE VERSIONS 

RAP pack DjfD pack 

64 Mb £439,99 £489,99 

SSMb £489,99,.*,*,,*, £537*99 

!27Mb*, + *,*,**.*£5 19*99 £564*99 

209M b.,*.*..*..*£ 509.99 £629.99 


The AMIGA 4000 

A4O0O:Q3O, 80 Mb HD £1 037.99 

A4000/030, 1 30 Mb HD £ I 099.99 

A4OOQf03O,250 Mb HD* £1 159.99 

A4QO0/0 30,340 Mb HD+ £ 1 239.99 

A4 000^030,4 20 Mb HD* II 339.99 

A 40 00. 1 040, 1 10 Mb HD-,*- £ 1 679 99 

A 40 O0i'O40. 250 Mb HD* * £1949. 99 

A400O/O4Q ,340Mb HD 1 * .£20 29-9 9 

A4OOOra4O,420 Mb HD* £2 1 49.99 

PHtf Rises imminent on the A4Q0Q rongel 

AIIeHp abiiveecdmplft cotic with 4 rtfcofRAH n Standard 
■The hard drive only ■! nrrt covered by trti Hit warranty 

All Amip s to™ with Workbench. mous*! & I ? mevnh waltihty. 
The A I W0 £ A. 40 M sprite with 1 2 mjrrtht on sice wrtMty All | 
1 2D0‘s alid iorr* wich i bL.lt ri idltfrts hare duk dpt** 


AMIGA 2000/3000/4000 
NEW/ CD ROM Drives 


■<nc*rnal SCSI CD-ROM drlvei for the AtSOO.'IOW and 
:40DQ j wilh suitable SCSI interface). All dnvrt incUd* 
driver HAmn and will read both CDTY f CDJ U PC I SO 
| f 400 f(*nd»rd dirt* C «r*rm»l hit* Tor AJOOO aito ava^ lable | 

TEAC CD-50 Internal drive- only 




• 3SSKB [tamfernits 


£337.99 

TOSHIBA XM34CM Internal 

• IMMi Acteii time *3 WK8 trintfer rate 


£321.99 


TOSHIBA XM4I0I 

*34514* Acceit tHW •HOOK* tr*mf*r rate 


Internal .£2 1 9*99 External . £3 I 4.99 
GVP A400B SCSI controller.^ 1 22.99 


PRIMA A 1 200 REAL 
TIME CLOCK 


ac Savt now y Ml can date- and UIW ttamp your flt« 
Fittdircctiy emte (he nvocherbujird with ncmrfdertng, 


now only £ 1 2.99J 


cheek for compatibility 


A600& I200's HD kits 


20Mb.*****£89.99 60Mb, .,,*£179.99 

1 20Mb-*£2 1 9.99 S0Mb....*£l95 99 

2 1 0Mb** *£3 49.99 >tt Add no.H(ar fitting 
3. S' Hldrive upgrade kit no HD only £22*99 1 


PRINTERS 


All our printers are UK spec. 


Canon pm » m 

SEI KOSHA PEE 

ThH% hewlettB 

S \L TM PACKARD 


HEWLETT 


All our printers come with ribbon itoner, 
printer drive rs ( If available}, paper ft cables/' 

CA NON 

Canon BJ I Osx 1 99.99 

Laser quality output. Large buffer 

Canon BJ2O0 *.... £304.99 

3 page a min ipeed, dpi, small Footprint S B0 
pijifiltfftfrcdcr 

Canon BJ 130 £359.99 


haird on the 680 20, chc CO 3 1 features AA chip »r, 
A4 ria-e footprint, I Mb RAM, 138* (lash memory, 
bMlIt in WB A the ability to play normal audio C D'i 


wide carriage wriion of above 

Canon BJ30O**,** *..£41 9.99 

Dcfhtnp bubble |cl wkh laser qu ality 

Canon BJ33G *...£464*99 

Wide carriage version of the HJ39G 

Canon BJC6O0Cotour„. 1 £S74.99 

nnw b ubble |?t frewn Canon 

BJ 1 0 Autosheetfeeder,,.*£49.99 
CITIZEN 


Citiieir prl ntc rs have a 2 year guarantee 

NewJABC Colour printer.Z 1 89.99 


simple [aiea.y ns ABC) tOV^r M pin prinUr 

only tl 59,^9 If bought wilh<Krt the colour optio»i 

Swift 90 Colour- .£169.99 

gscrllrotyalue t piis colour. Highly r«t>iri mended 

Swift 200 Colour ...£204*99 

5.,<hir- out put ai the 14(1 but with less fadllbf* 

S w ift 240 C olou r.. £249 .9 9 

24 pin, HOf pt draft, I D fonts, qtuet mode. 240tpt- 

Projetll ■ ■ a ■ ■■■ ■■ lei f 4t + + t4 £254.99 

pew iMfjet printer wKh hullc in auto sheet f^drr 

Swift Auto Sheet feede r „ £79.99 
HE WLETT P ACKARD 
HP Desk jet Portab1e**«*£2 74.99 
HP5 1 0 mono** ,......,..£255*99 


HP 500 Colour., 


*£309.99 


HP 550 Colour*** ..£446.99 

4 times faster than the HPSOQGJ 
All HP printers come with a 3 year warranty 

SEIKO SHA 

SeikoshaSP-l 900***** £ 1 24.99 

Seikosha SP-240Q ««£ 1 54.99 

SeikoshaSL-90.., ***.£ 1 59.99 

SetkoshaSL-95*,*, +***,£295.99 

SeikoshaSpeedjet 300..£3 1 9.99 
1 2 month extended warranty £ 10.00 
STA R 

Star LC20 * £132,99 

I aS tp* draft. 4S cpv NLQ. quin't mode 4««l mirltl 
fonts, pu^h burton niperalion. 

Star LC 1 00 colour,******„£ 1 39.99 

9 pin colour, B font** IM-cpadraft^S tpiNLQ 

Star LC200 colour* £195*99 


9 pin colour, & fonts, 21 S tps draft, 45- cps NLQ, A4 
landscape prlrf4in£- 

NB Wl Star LC 24-30 Col ....**£ 229 .99 


THE CHAOS PACK ! 

•CHAOS ENGINE 

•NICK FALDO CHAMPIONSHIP GOLF 

• PINBALL FANTASIES 
•SYNDICATE 

THE AMAZING ZOOL PACK! 

• IDOL ( 97% Amiga Computing. Nov 75) 

• STRIKER (94% CU Amiga, June- 92). 

• PIN BALL DR E A MS (94% AtM, Sept 92) 
•TRAN 5 WRITE wc*-d protein^ 

either bu ndle only £29,99 

or £ I 9.99 with any AMIGA/ 

TMlGACD327GomeTPACK 


NEW! Star LC24-300 Col....f 29*.M 

34 pin quality, 1 1 0 cpt draft, 4 1 CpS LQ, 7? K buffer 
e*fMnd..bioto4flK, I ft fonts and quietmWlt. 

Star LC24-2O0 colour*.,.£264.99 

Colour version with 30K buffet tspaodablr to 43K 

StarSJ48 Bubble jet £205.99 

Laser q.[iJi(y, ultra quiet, EpWti con-ipatiblE pArtilt’lr- 

NEW! Star SJ 144 Colour Thermal 

Stunitang affH-dable colutjr pelntpr. 3 PPM, low runhlaj f mra 

only £439*99 

Star SJ 43 A utosheet fe ede r. .£49*99 
PRIN TER CO NSUMABLES 

Canon BJ 1 0 cartridge *J1 B.S9 


int O«*.Wi«tComn*m(«r,(lang*«iiS(*e«10 a*"r 

only C279.V9 


^PiprrrrF r 


CD Rom Amiga A570 

Tumi your Amiga. 500 in to aCOTV, Includes 
Fred Fish CDPD di^k & Skn City 

now only £ I 47.99/ 

r- f ^ — |- r i- 1 - ,— ;^ r i— r .i 

- i r i ^ r^ 1 r- r i-* t 


MONITORS 


All our monitors are UK spec. All moim 
come complete with a free Amiga lead 


GOLDSTAR SVGA .28 dp 
Colour monitor with o verse e 
only f 249.99 

I Sharp TV/Monitor....oniy£ 1 8 f ^ 

iiKlustrt rentnie control 

COMMODORE I084ST 


medium rfrioludnn coltior rrKMtltor 


only £199.99 

COMMODORE 1 940 
Dualsync, .39 dpi 
only £284.99 


COMMODORE 1942 

Dualsync, .28 dpi only £349.9* I 

COMMODORE I960 

multisync .16 dpi only £379.99 

MICROVITEC U" MULTISYNC 
I year warranty only £399.99 

I ’‘frM C*lrfi" fur A40VII only, A I 200 cable It 9? r.s-J 


SONICA Colour Monito* 


■rfrnlllai' m th* Philips BB13 2 monitor 

only £194.99 

» 

RETINA 24 bit graphics cars] 
from £334.99 


SUPRA MODEMS 


TheSupra-Fax I44LC 


V.32 bis (1 4400 baud') 


Low cost version of the dusk V110H Fpi moC- 
Fcatiu-ei as below biltcUsi I Famnlyand LtOdifplar 


only £ 1 59,99- ( 

The Supra*Fax Modem 
V.32 bis (1 4400 baud J) 


Send & receive fa* mnssagei using fait iiW. T- 
■ItbdeFTi from Supra hat foil I 4400 baud LApah 
Sp« includes V.37bis, V.32, v.llbis, Vll, vl 
M N P2-S, V.4 2.. V42bis, Class S S 2 com mauds, 9tC i 
I 4400 Od>wp 3 Fax. include* modem cumm^ * 
w & c abler. 1 


only £209.99/ 


Supra Fax Plus.only£l 1 9.99 


Srnd & receive fa.ies:(nf(itli F AA sV| Fvtr fasti- 
| tb&n tfift standard 2400 ffdm Supra with auto d.a * 
auE* rec*lva. 960(1 bps Hayet comp. V22Bis, v ‘- 
Bis, MNP 2-5 A »uto adjust to ffliiiimiir transn 
cion speeds, Include* free modem camm* */" * 

i cablelf 


ira 2400«6*.oniy £64*99 


Get on line uikg this great value fail modem w I 
|auco dial A receive. 2400 baud Hayes tamp. Vll 
BIS. Includes free modern eomms t’w A cable/,! 

All Supra Mfldems ctmiewitfi a S year warrant. 


US ROBOTICS 

PREFERRED DEALERS 


Citizen Swift mono ribbon,*,.,, —,***.*.£4 97 

Ci tizen Swift Colour ribbon. --**^*f 1 3 .9fl 

Citizen Swift cover.. £4*99 

Double life S&0 cartridgcy**,,-**.,-***-.**— £24-99 

HPSM rnono cartridges.-^— «.£N-99 

Re- Ink Spray for mnno ribbars I 1-99 

Star LC I 0/10 cover—-— * 99 

Si ar 5)4 B cartridgr £ 1 0 .99 

Star 5 J 1 44 cartridge (pack of 5 )„„***, £41. 99 

Star 5J4&IBJ 10 Rfcfitl ki t*.......,..* £ 1 1 99 

Star SJ 1 44 mono cartridges 1 4.99 

Star SJ 1 44 colour cartridges (3 pac k)„.£ I *-99 
FULL STOCK OF RI&BONlS. COVERS 
AND INK REFILL CARTRIDGES 


Sportster 2496 f-FAX* **.£ 1 45,91 

Sportster 1 4400 FAX - £245 ^ 

World Port 1 4400+FAX * £251 .94 

Courier HST(I6 8) *£44t.9< 

Courier Vllbis Terbo+FAX £449.95 

Courier MSTVDual 1 6,8 Fax, £486.9« 

Courier RST/Dud 1 6.5 TerbofixCSSM* 


If you tbdugbl V32bit wn fast try the terbfl! Thr- 
tome with a S ye-a.r wartancy ore Q.4BT ? 


PACE MODEMS 


MicroLin V22b FAX £1 T5.9V 

MicroLinVJ2bFAX £274.9? 

S year warranty ond ffJLLH' B4BT Approved 






8#.*9| 

5T 


PRIMAA500 &A600 RAM 


SPECIAL OFFERS' 


lAANTYir, 


_ + ™*.*UT2/ A58QP A60Q 

’populated, t . J+t .,„nnly £ 1 6.9 9, ..£23.99 
ipulated to 5 i 2K.tsr.ly £ 1 9,9?...£18,99 
tpulated to I Mb..only US, 99... £3 3. 9 9 

AfiODORAI ZOGRAMcaxri. £| 14.99 

Mb A600 Oft A 1 200 RAM car d.£ 169.99 
1M/G4 A500 5 1 2K RAM by PfifMA 
r the original l.2,'l.3 AMIGA, only £13.99 


32 BIT RAM (for A4000 etc) I 


«b SIMM ,,,£39.99 

MbSIKM ..,..£79.99 

Mb SIMM r . rrr . r .,.£ | 54.99 

Mlh SIMM (onlyforMicroboLi£i)£3QV,99 


RAM & CUSTOM CHIPS 


Co processors for the A400D 
Motorola 46862 PLCC(33MhE),.£74.99 
Co processors for Mrcrobotics 
tnrola 6 0882 P<3, . (33 M*ii)..£79.99 
Motorola 68882 PGA (4&Mhz),. £89.99 
torola4S862 FGA { 58Mhz)..£ I 57,99 

‘or Mkrubutici bnifili inc syyttai Chip) 

nb by SIMMS (I Mb).. WI „£3 4.9 9 

< Mb by 9 SIMMS (4 M b) £ 1 44, 99 

Mbby4DRAMS{l Mb),,,,, £42.99 

Mb by 4 Zl PS( I M b)„.. ..., + . f „„„,£39.99 
256 by 4 DRAM (DILs) 

*+ (5 UK) ....,.£3,99 

■> (I Mb) .£3.94 

*+ (2Mb), £3.89 

* 'ckstart 1 , 3,. +r ., + „..„ £ 1 7, 99 

* ickstart 2.04...,...,,„ M ,„,., HT ..„„ £24.99 

P attor Agnes 83 7 2 A.... 2 S.99 

Super Denise*,,,, ., £ 1 6.99 

’ 7 1 -0326 Keyboard controller,^ 1 3.99 
IASS 20A I iO controller., ...... ,„.,4£,7 ,9 9 


AMIGA 1200 RAM 


The HAWK 

CO-PROCESSOR & RAM 

* lli io rhi- full (jutential of yum A I 200 with 
*■' trapdoor cipiniian. int f(al duck 

MBRAM £94.99 

MB RAM.,,. £124,99 

MB RAM ....£194.99 

MB RAM.,.,.,.,.. .£389,99 

MB & 20 MHZ CD PRO £144.99 

MB & 33 MHZ CO PRO £194.99 

MB & 40 MHZ CO PRO,,.. ,£289. 99 
MB & 40 MHZ CO PRO. ,,.£489, 99 
FULL 2 YEAR WARRANTY 


SUPRA A500 RAM 


- > iply rhe bestl! Fit* onto- chc- tick i iph.iii^iiin purl 
4 ut-cj conrgtfKt'i with no software parcKlinrg, 

• Mb pop to 2 Mb.,,,,,. £i 59.99 

Mb pop to 4 Mb .£2 14.99 

Mb pop to 0 Mb™.™ £319.99 

■ Mb pop to 1 Mb for 20tH)i'l 500 range.,£ 1 49.99 


ASOO products 

HO8-W0Mb drive £ 1 27.99 

-D8+U2Mh drive £197.99 

•^DS+f I 20 Mb drive.,,,,,,.,, .£3 97.99 

PClfl* Emulator for HD8+IA530.,.,,.., £94,99 

A I 200 Products 

>■ Mhi 6 8082 for A 1 200 SCS UR A M £7 7.99 

rternal SCS ! kit SC5liRAM„,^ £4 7.99 

NEWJAl 210MKII At celerator Board 

rJws new. improved board has alt the lamp future* 

but with a DMA port allowing eit-ra options 
I 5 CS l-llj lu be added later. 

HHi Md E C 30. OM B RAH, No FPU..,£ 244.99 
MMHi M0EC39, 4 MG BAM, 40MHz FPJ,„£S44.99 

■ jMRz * 8D 10, 0MB RAM, No FPU £3 74. 99 

0 dh«.T cwifiELtratons at jjhhfr £PO A 

A I 500/2000/4000 Products 

similar to the eld MOB wrtes 

*M8+i'4'JMb bard dri ve....^ f 97. 9 9 

08 K'B 0Mb b^rc! drive, £297,99 

«08+/| 20Mb hard drive- .£397.99 


POWER SCANNERV3 


I With tH* Ifrteit version I t/w for bNfhi & jrej icaJel 
performance. Flenihle icansnert im Age dliplay manipuiatMn | 
atiDH'S. piu -5 Clean up h tinbeldeii. resize fc flip. 


only £99.9? on demo 

Colour version only £239.99 

EPSON GT650Q Colour 
Flatbed 

only £587.50 pfcimc Tor ditn.E 1 dinvp 
Art Depart merit Pro Scanner SlW.L 1 09.99 


MICE &T RAC KERB ALLS 


Alpha Data Mega Mouse 99% riling. 290 | 
Dpi L I 2.99 or £ 1 4,99 far 4(1(1 Dpi vetilon 
DATALUX CLEAR MOUSE h. b h 

quality clear 2 button imuic. - ...» £19.99 

Zydoc T rackball „.£29,99 

Golden Image T rackba.iL. £3 7.99 


DISK DRIVES 


NEWJAMITEC I mb 3,5 ' drive 

Fentiirw Anti Click, Anti Vlrv&, Sony Meek 2 year 

warranty...*** only £58.99 

PrimaAddup 1.5 ,T .„. only £56.99 

I meg high quality external drfv#« a low price. 

CumanaJ.S’L* only £56,99 

I meg external drive . The- best nanw in d itr drive* 


OPAL VISION 


24 bit grjphitf card & video syitcni for th^t I 500 | 
ZflOD.'lQOD, 1 J(l0lj- Includes- *oft ware bundlr 

only £509.99 with Imagine 2. r 


picasso n 


ROMEO PRODUCTS 


11 software Amiga upgrade kit,.,.£49.99 

Directory Opus 4.... £4 5. 99 

Kindwords 3„.....„,„.., Hlh „.„ H+ „..„...,.£24.99 

Maxiplan 4 spreadsheet... £24,99 

Scala 1 . 13...... >lliimik C49,99 

Pagcstream 22 DTP £64.99 

XCopy Pro plus hardware..,^ i ^, J „£.25, , 9 9 

Technosound Turbo,,..,......., ..£! 9.99 

Tothnusourd Turbo 2. ......... ..,,,,.,£27. 99 

* 

Fujitsu Breeze 180 Incjet {2 Feft)..£ 1 4S.00 
Fujitsu Greece 100. !ncfet(l left).£200.00 

4 

ROC HARD DRIVES for the A58Q/AS00+ 
from £179.99 
* 

Mega Lo Sound.., .„.„..£25.99 

GVPHCB+ from £199.99 

+ 

I VS TRUMPCAftD IDE controller similar I 
to the GViP hard drive for the A50D. Space 
for 6Mb of RAM using SIMMS 
only £49.99 

phone for prices with hard drives fitted 


N(Vr (the ration- netargctablir graphkt ha* Arrived 
Wldt Chi* true 24 btt graphief board for the A ZOflft 1 

3MW400G. 

I Mb version... 

2Mb version. £2 25 , 9 [ 


GENLOCKS 


Commodore A2100 internal Genlock I 
only £1 19.99 

GVP Genlock only £297.99 

!e2tur«f profeiitahil SVHS output 

Rocgen Plus...»«««only £ \ 49.9? 

Includes -duxl <&htroi for overlay and k^/hple ef- 
fr'CC*, -extra. RGB pax* thru. Now A I )D0 ron-tuatible' 

Rendale B802 FMC..only £ I £9.99 


ROCGEN ROCKEY 


Fdr creating xpe-dad offtcri in Vidvu production 

I with genlock*. only £ 1 39.99 


PRIMA ROM SNARERS 


Thi* high quality ROM ihurer feacunts a nr-xilik- 
ribbon ennn-tetion U that it can, b« pofitioned [ 
anywhere within your A 5 i}C- PI u* or A4 F-uli 2 yei 

rtpliC*m*nt warranty 


now only £ 1 9.99 or £27,99 
for keyboa rd switch able version 


VIDI I 2 SOUND & VISION AGA 

with huilr in HtjjJmin Master. ,£98 . 9 9 

TAKE 2, „£37,99 

Feature* includr inad .,f*d *avr from O. P.tln( 
.inirnatian* and IPF fir.*, Support* HAM graphic*, 

Megamix Master,.. £29.99 

fl hit. high xp£c, sampler. Spc'claf tfkfcts include- 
f'ChOth^lcanbc addnd in real time, hilly multitasking 
Si easy tD u*r. 


ACCELERATORS 


MICROBOTICS 

New W f 2 for AIJflD’ wichifp £a l ?0 Alb fuse 04M' 

MI230 KA33MI1Z, 8Mb * £245.99 

M I 230 X A 40Mhz, 0Mb ..,,,£264.99 

M P 230 XA SOMhz. 0Mb.,. ,,£329.99 

See M RAM Sr CUSTOM CHIPS" 
section for prices cm Co-pro\and 32 
bit RAM. Call far prices on Upgrades 
from MBXF2D0Z to MBX I230XA 

GVP 

A 1 230,'OMh RAM fur A 1 200., only £284. 99 
A 1 23 Oil Mb RAM (or A 1 200,. only £364.99 

6882 Co Pro for AS 30 only il 29.99 

1 580, ''2000 C -FORCE 83 0-2 5 M Hz with 4M b 3 1 

bit RAM only £479.99 

G "Force 03 CMOMH z with 4 Mb 3 2 bit RAM 
only £729.99 

NEW l SUPRA ACCELERATOR 

for the A5QO/A50O+& 

A I 500/2000 

28 Min, uses ASD0 side* port so 
there is no internal fitting 

only £ I 29.991 


ACCESSORIES 


R Ml Time AI2D0 in torn al t Itrck FiraUulc„„anJy £ I J.fV 

ri*usc^ay itict in jm.khI port vmtchcr. Jiqljf 41 J.tT 

CompUN-r' VkS^u Start Switch ...„..unly £ 19.19 

li'J^ way Parallel pnryUiartr* £POA 
Amiga Sound Enlhancrr Flirt by Oinru.i Prnft-rti Hrir rha 
Amiga's -juurd like ywi'w kartl it before! __.£JA.99 

QUALITY MOUSE MATS.. .... £1.99 

iQ CAPACITV DISK id,?? 

20 CAPAOTV DISK BOX ,,£2.?? 

40 CAP LOCKABLE DISK BQX,.,.,... £3.?? 

I« CAP LOCKABLE DISK BOX... ^5,4? 

fc ?0 CAP STACKABLE BANK BOX..,, ...,£?.99 

' I SC CAP STACKABLE POSSO BOX „.._..£ 1 7. 99 
•iqd i J Cfl ddhny if pirAiiinE.|uit w Ban bop. frniLwr, 

will!* purtfuktO with Dihcr product Of Mwn Itifint 1 er re»n, 
AMIGA A.r'll'j DUST COVER..,, „.„4J,?9 

amiga Cover „..,£2.?? 

14" MONITOR DUSTC-DVEB, ...£6.?9 

12" MONITOR DUSTCOVER.,^ ,-XS-?? 

AMIGA TO SCART CABLES 

STD a METRE AMIGA PRINTER Li A D. ,.,£4.99 

MODEM AND NULL MODEM CABLES £9.99 

AMIGA CONTROL STATIONS 

A5QQ or 1 200 VERSION. 06.99 

Atoo VERSION __.fZ9.99 


DISKS 


All ditkt J|ri> H>0't error frrr guaran(e«l 

New High density 3-5 inch bulk and branded 

PI case phone for best prices! 


QTY 

I 3 i" 

1 3.5"DDj'D£ 

Bulk 

IbRAWD£D 

1 0.... 

..£4.49 

£5.49 

30.... 

.£1299 

£14.99 

50.... 

.£20 99 

....£22,99 

1 00.. 

.£37.99 

. ..£42.99 

200... 

.£69, 99, 

.....£79.99 

500.... 

..£ 1 6B. 99, 

... ..£190.99 

1000.. 

..£324. 99*,, 

£365.99 


Branded! disks come compieEe with labels 
Disk Labels,.,. 500,, .now only £6,99 
Disk Labels,, 1 000.. ..now only £9,99 




New! VIDI | ^ Real Time.£ I 34 + 99 

A*m j lithe colour digl tiling T r o I * < Any tide a *ourtr. 
lull AGA support 

New! VrDI 24 Reaf Time.£223.?9 

Z4 bit quall-ty rtril lime colour digitizing fronp a-ny 
Tidro usurer, full AGA auppurt 

NewIVfDI 1 2 AGA £74,99 

FiNI "idpptirt for AG A tbip**t . Cbl9ur imagr s capiurr if 
ilt k*s than a iccond, tnciiin imtje* in rt-al timf *ith 
.Hiv yi d r- □ j-uurc <■ . M ubila h king *''w , cut 4- pitcr . 


BUSINESS 


GoMDkkOffii r U.K-spec. 

HnfffknJ 

. m ..£45.?T 

£74 9? 

Mini Office. 

f 3 a 99 

Mon«y M»fwr*,^,..„ 

£3 5.99 

MISCELLANEOUS 


LhU4«*t5wm.. 

£15 49 


14 % 

.. , 

XCADIOOfJ 


XCADJOM 

.. £2H*.99 

MUSIC/SOUND 


Audlw Engineer Plus V3L_. 

...1IU.W 

Clarrty 1 4 umpler — 

,...£llflS.99 

D*ki*t MtiTrc Conscruccion S*t V 2, 

p™ Midi Interface tty MlffPdeal 

Steren M*«ct 

_f 59.99 
.....i Z4. 99 

Tecbito So-und Tbtho.. 

,.,£|f If 

Techno- Sn,.ndi Turbo Z NEWT- 

„„tl7.?9 

PROGRAMMING 



.£14 99 

Am*rt Compter 

-121 ft 

Arm»)6. 

£25 W 

Amo* Professional 

£47 H 

Amoa Prafewkmal Compter. 

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A double-decker that 
won't keep you watting. 

Introducing 

K f/D z 

Dual, High-Density Floppy Drive 

• More storage than any other Amiga (loppy drive 
featuring %0K and 2Mb extended formats and 
up to approx, 2Mb (DD) or 4Mb (HD) using 
automatic, real-time compression* 

• Faster than any other Amiga floppy drive* 

• Workbench 3.0 DCFS tiling system 
(Kickstarts 1*2+), 

• Transparently supports all Amiga tiling systems 
and disk capacities: 880K, 1.76Mb T OFS, FFS 
etc. Fully compatible with the A4000 s high- 
density disks, 

• Built in protection against hootblock viruses. 

• Autoboot feature with all Kickstarfs, 

• Compatible with the KCS Power PC Board. 

• Works with all Amigas running Kickstart 1 .2 or 
higher. 

• includes hard drive backup software, 

• Reads and writes PC disks on any Amiga. 

• High-speed analogue external disk copier. 

• Includes software track display. 

• Low - powe r const! m pt i o n . 

• Low-profile case - colour matched to Amiga. 

• Easy to install and customise. 

• Whisper quiet NFC mechanisms. 

• Hardware compatible w ith Blitz, Synchro 
Express. Cyclone and Cyclone T2, 

• Developed in the Netherlands by Kolff Computer 
Supplies, producers of the acclaimed KCS Power 
PC Board. 



v lt is 
the most 
important 

and singular ly useful 

product i have seen since Amiga Shopper 

began*" Amiga Shopper - January 1994 


Comparison by Feature 

Features 

Competitor 

KCS HO“ 

Kickstart ■ 
Double-density 
High Density 

2.044 

B8QK Formatted 
1.76Mb formatted 

1.2 or better 
better than 2Mb 
better than 4Mb 

Filing Systems 

FFS 

International 
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PC 1 AAU 
1 DCFS 

Workbench 2.04+ 
Workbench 2.1+ 
Workbench 2.t+ 
Workbench 2.1 + 
Workbench 3.0 

Yes ' all Amigas 
Yes - all Amigas 
Yes - ail Amigas 
Yes - all Amigas 
Yes - all Amigas 

Software 
HD backup 
Track Display 
FastCopy 

At extra cost 

No 

No 

Yes. Software inc 

Yes 

Yes 

Copier Hardware 

Synchro Express 
Bite 
Cyclone 
Clone T2 

At extra coal 
At extra cosi 
At extra cost 
Al extra cost 

Internal emulation 
Internal emulation 
Internal emulation 
Internal emulation 


Copyright, Designs & 
Patents Ail 1988 

KCS and their agents do not condone 
the practice of piracy. To me the copier 
hardware you must purchase your own 
copy of the approbate software 


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PRINTER 


Forever 

blowing 

bubbles 


Canon’s bubblejet range of printers 
seems to go on and on. Now 
Stevie Kennedy tries out the latest 
colour addition, the BJC-600 


as possible This gives (he impression that 

fewer functions are available (partly true}, 

but also helps avoid (he intimidating 
appearance of those multi-button front pan- 
els lit up like Christmas trees you find on so 
many printers. 

A single set of ink cartridges and a pack 
of 2}- sheets of A4 plain paper ronstituk the 
starter pack for this unit, and there are no 

The BJC-600 excels at 
colour graphics and clip art 
in up to 266 colours, but 
the limitations of bubblejet 
technology begin to show 
as Ham and 24-bit piecies 
are printed. Not bad, 
though, eh? Fancy a Cox's 
Pippin^ 


Media costs 

? ol the abiding concerns with most bubblejet and inkjet printers is that of 
"«*ia costs, or the price you pay for each sheet of paper printed. Depending on 
tv cost of replacement Ink cartridges and other consumables, running costs can 
■ sharply, and a printer which on the face of it looks a bargain could have high 
nerheads. 

The Canon's ink cartridges will stretch to about 200 pages of pure text, a figure 
ij ch would come down to less than 100 pages if decent sized colour graphics 
-ere used - a figure which is on a par with the competition. 

Official Canon refill cartridges for all four ink wells would cost about £34, 
* 'king out at 17p per copy at best, and up to 40p per copy in heavy use. Using a 
' H system such as that featured in this month's Shop Window section, how- 
ever. costs can now be reduced by two-thirds. 


less than three manuals? a quick start guide, 
■ i guide to using colour in documents, and 
the user manual Itself. 

The latter in a HS-page booklet which 
contains sound basic advice- on using the 
printer, hut which doesn't go into the same 
depth as many manuals. Reference sections 
or commands, character sets, and so on 
might not be of interest to most home users, 
but they can be important to professional 
owners. 

No printer driver software is supplied 
for (he Amiga (though the l 3 C disks bun- 
dled with the printer can al least be refor- 
matted). a fact which is offset by Wolf 
Faust's shareware CanonPrefs program. 


This excellent preferences editor has a 
CanonBJ-EC driver specifically for the more 
expensive Canon colour models and offers 
the user a range of dithering patterns 
Whfn printing using this software 
instead of the standard Workbench EpsnnQ 
driver, results - particularly colour graphics 
- are noticeably better, and all new Canon 
owners are advised to phone their Local BBS 
ur shareware library' before dteasting any mk 
on Workbench drivers 

Plain paper can be used, normal SOgms 
photocopier paper sufficing for most jobs, 
but ii lighter paper which holds less ink is 
better for graphics. 

When a large colour image is produced, 
so much Ink can be used that the page starts 
to roll up and mucky fingers are the order 
of the day until everything dries. 

Graphics using anything between lb and 
256 colours axe printed in very high quality, 


l he Cation's dithering coping well with the 
demands of creating the extra tones from its 
four ink walls. 

However, when 24-bit or HAM images 
are attempted, output can often be dark and 
smudgy, and these more colourful graphics 
are best left lo thermal transfer units such as 
the Frimera. 

For all types of business presentations, 
logos and letterheads, the Canon is ideal, 
and for colour dip art ts best of all. Jn par- 
ticular, the output from the better word 
processors such as Word worth and Final 
Writer can He superb, mixing crisp 
colour graphics with clear text at the full 
36(Mpi. 

Fewer features present themselves to the 
user from the front panel than you might 
expect from a printer in this price range, but 
the instructions for automatic head cleaning 
and selecting one of the seven built-in fonts 
are dearly given on the underside of the 
flip-up covering panel, making this one 
very simple little beast to use, 

Though there are no macro settings tor 
the users favourite print set-ups, an easy 
configure mode can be used to switch 
between 14 different print standards, from 
mono on plain paper to full colour on 
coated paper or acetate transparency. 

in addition, colour registration is easily 
tested and reset il the printer starts to blur 
the detail on colour output 

For those in need of quality presentation 
at a reasonable price, this latest Canon 
release is one of the better options, and 
worth a Long hard look. W ^ m 


The bottom line 


Ease ol use 9 


(llULHlILH Ilf. Bl [■ 


Value for money B 

Overall 8 

Supplier: Firsl Computer Centre 
Phone: 0532 319444 
Price: £575 


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AMIGA GUIDE ■ 


hife perusing programs oet 
past and present 
GwerDisk-S you can't have 
tii notice that with every program 
s invariably an attached text docu- 
lelllng you how to use it. 

text documents have been with 
Amiga since the dawn of software and 
affections tety become known a$ 

1 docs. 

Read Me doc is still used row and 
ply a text file that the programmer 
Initten in order to explain his or her 
without the need for a complex 
. The docs are loaded into some 
cHf text viewer such as More, PPM ore 
iMore- 

atelv, these text viewers often 
only forward and backward 
g with no cross-referencing abtli- 
and no menu in which to select a spe- 
topiev However, with the release of 
ich 3.0 all this has changed and 
", at last, the ReadMe doc will 
a thing of the past, 
core to this change is a program 
Multi View that resides in the 
ties drawer of Workbench lI.G. 
View is a universal application that 
the user to read IFF text files, view 
pped picture files, play IFF sound 
jnd read AmigaCuides. 
order to understand these file for- 
Multi View reties on DataTypes 
describe the format of the specific 
They are found in the 
^alaTypes drawer, 

[Providing you have the appropriate 
jype, running tht. * 1 above files through 
iView shouldn't he a problem, 
ever, the most powerful part of 
View is the AmigaGuide and it is 
that t wall he explaining in detail 


order to follow this tutorial you will 
certain files on your Workbench 
You will need Multi vie w, the 
Guide. guide DataType in your 
DataTypes drawer, AmigaGuide 
in the LIBS: directory, datatypes, 
in the LIBS' directory, and some 
of text editor such as Ed, AZ or 
1, With these files you will be able 
Wow the tutorial with no problems, 
ceru erience, I will be using Ed. 

Ar AmigaGuide is very similar to a 
Me doc in many respects but pro- 
sortie crucial improvements Instead 
ply scrolling backwards and for- 
you can now. click on buttons in 
to go straight to certain topics, use 
to add cross-referencing points 
t 'mat text as you would with a pro- 
I word processor, 
ftf AmigaGuide. guide DataType also 
es a useful menu for controlling 
AmigaGuide much like that of a 

become fully proficient at writing 
gtGuides you wilt need to learn the 
.page. Don't worry, it isn't diffieult at 


order to create an AmigaGuide yoi 
first load up your text editor, in on 


Books 

with 

buttons 


At last, the 
secrets of the 
AmigaGuide 
are about to 
be let loose, 
Steve White 
delves deep into 
a text creator 
that could 
change ReadMe 
docs forever! 


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case Ed. Open the Shell and type the fol- 
lowing, pressing Return at the end: 

to rai:CurG J r .df 

i lus will create a text file in RAM called 
OurGuide. You will be presented with the 
editing window for input and are now- 
ready to create your first AmigaGuide... 

An AmigaGuide is broken into pages, 
called Nodey You can assign a button to a 
Node and when you click on it it will 
jump to that page. Each Node (page) can 
have as much text on it As required, and 
you can scroll through the text using the 
horizontal and vertical scroll bars of 
Multi View. 

A page begins with the Node command 
and ends with the End Node command, 
your text being written in between the 
two. We will examine these two com- 
mands in greater detail later on. 

The first thing we haw to Jo is tell 
MuittView what kind of DataType this is. 
We do this bv typing the following tine: 

tMTASJSE ini g.igiitdt .guide 

The © symbol is used to tell Multi View 
th.it the following text ls a command, in 
this case DATABASE. This informs 


MultiVj&w (hat the file is a database and 
that it should load the AmigaGuide. guide 
DataType in the IJevsiPataTypes drawer. 
Because of this, Multi View now knows 
How to run the fife when we load iL 
The next command is REM or 
REMARK and these can be entered any- 
where and are simply used as reference 
pointers for you, the programmer. They 
an? ignored when The AmigaGuide is exe- 
cuted. Type in the following command 
using your own name: 

iH6n Jtiigi C-sro-tisg iiigiGuidt - 

br Stephen Mbs te 

WORDWRAP is the next command that 
we need to type in. Too don't necessarily 
need this command but it makes, life easier 
when writing the AmigaGuide. What it 
effectively does is wordwrap any text that 
floods over the Multi View screen dimen- 
sions much like a word processor does, 
When writing your text in Ed you will 
notice that you can continue writing past 
the right margin, the Wordwrap com- 
mand pushes 'overhanging' text onto the 
next line. So, type in the following to fin- 
ish the setting up procedure of your 
AmigaG uide: 


awMvmp 

We mentioned Nodes earlier and said 
that they indicate specific pages of text. In 
order for Multi View to successfully run 
the AmigaGuide we need to create a menu 
Node called MAIN which Multi View then 
looks for and runs as a contents page. 
You can then call subsequent Nodes by 
any name. You must not have spaces in a 
Node name. Type in the following: 

MODE MEN ‘Nr Pint AiigiGuifle - jntrn" 

This tine creates a Node catted MAIN (the 
contents page) and titles the window ,J My 
First AmigaGuide - into" 11 . Multi View dee 
plays all Amiga Guide 5 in a window. We 
can now learn about and create a couple 
of buttons and some text. 

Text can be entered anywhere and 
requires no command statement. 
Anything not preceded with a @ is under- 
stood by MultiView to be text. To add 
some text type in the following; 

This ii the firil Aa'ga&uide width l hm 
britltn itll TSi »*tp fl? lh( J.li'jii 
•; QBpu t ■ na AirgiBgidp Tutnrfel. Mger agai^ 
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Don't worry if your text scrolls off the 
i if* lit margin in Ed because we have 
invoked the Wordwrap command Now 
save your AmigaGuide {do this regularly 
from now on). 

There are certain formatting commands 
you can add to text in order to make it 
bold, italic or underlined and we will 
explain this procedure later in the 
Advanced section. Next, let's create our- 
selves two buttons. 

In order to create a button we must link 
it to a Node Buttons are simple to create 
and arc very user-friendly. First type in 
the example below; 

artUek At For Htlp* L1KK »tl*} 

SrCUtl Pi Far InFfl- LIME JNFtf 

The above (wo lines will create two but- 
tons for us. Let's find Out how. 

The ft' indicates that what follows is 
intended to be a button. Whatever text ts 
in the speech marks indicates the button, 
name - this can be anything you like. The 
LINK command tells Multi View to link 
the button w ith a Node (in our case called 
HELP and INFO). When you click on the 
buttons Multi View- will jump to the corre- 
sponding Node. The ! ends the button 
command, 

As this is all we want on the MAIN 
(contents) page we must inform 
Multi View to stop reading any more com- 
mands or text into this page, We do this 
with the following command; 

itmm 

We have now defined an AmigaGuide 
Database and created our first Node, text 
and buttons. We can now enter the other 
Nodes - HELP and INFO so that when we 
click on the buttons Multi View jumps to 
these Nodes. Type in the follow in g J 
The above text describes the two Nodes 
HELP and INFO. 


flHDJE -EL? "By Firm AfiqgSuide - Htlp 

Kelp Page 

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Your Amiga Guide is now- ready to run. 
Quit out of Ed and then load up 
Multi View, Open up your AmigaGuide 
(OurtVujdel from RAM and you will see 
your MAIN page with the buttons and 
Lext. Note the title in the window bar. 

Now you can click on the buttons and 
you will he taken to the appropriate 
Nodes. To get back to the MAIN page 
click on the Contents button ,if the top of 
the Multi View window This and the 
other buttons are always available ar. they 
are part of Multi View. 


Text formatting 

Text can bo in bold, italic, underlined or 
ell three Look at the examples below. 

You could apply them to your own 
AmigaGuide; 


SttfThU tut run ars reading m U. hi i n 
BOLD 

itilThii tut «bj an read'll; nil l be In 
ITALIC 

orfjfTbls tut :tu jri r«ading util br 
UHtEHLlHED 

You can turn off bold. italic or underlined 
al any time with ihp ® [u] command 
which stands for Undo, Look at the exam' 
pies- below: 

aCubf T>i e ail l turn off the BOLb IDHtind 
i-JuiJTfci* uilL turn off the ITALIC 
tomnd 

a Cu u3T h i s hill turn alt the UHfEFLEHE 
comnd 

Below are some actual examples of lexi 
formatting with samples of how they 
would look in Multi View: 

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text to acl as cross-re ferenc in g pc 
Below are examples of crass-relerer 
buttons and how they would look 
loaded inlo MuitiView: 

this is *n eniplt sf a if'Crc?^- 
itefiemiBfl 1 L3HE cues S I hiit ton 
Ihi I is ir t:ia«p;t g! 1 a ICraga-Heferini 
button 


Obviou&iy, this button is LINKe 
another Node so that when you dick pa 1 
Mufti View would skip to the approx 
Node, m this case called CROSS, 
cannot use text formatting on bullon; 

There is a way ol creating buttons 
are nol LINKed to any Node. These 
be useful simply as menu titles . 
retain the button look but when you 
on them they do nolhing and are 
purely for cosmetic purposes. 

a{T-iiEiH'Io&ietic 3 ut!en . LENS) 

You cannot have spaces in the but 
name because a space rndicales a 
terminator (anything after the space 
ignored) The . is a neat way of mdi< 
the end of the button title, 


Command summary 


@ DATABASE amigaguide. guide 

informs Multi View that the file is an 
AmigaGuide File 

©REM indicates reference text which 
should be ignored when the AmigaGuide 
is executed 

©REMARK same as above 
©WORDWRAP wraps text that floods off 
Ihe right margin in, the Multi View window 
©NODE <TtTLE> < Window Titie> 
informs MultiView of a new page called 
<TITLE* wilh a window title called 
^Window Title> 

©ENDNODE informs Multi View that the 
Node page has fin-shed 
£ TITLE * Window Titles performs Ihe 


same iunciipri as cWIndow TIUe> ir 
NODE command 

©{‘■Button Title" LINK <NQDE title 

creates a button called ^Button Tilk 
LINKed to the NODE called «=NOI 
Titte> 

©{ButtonTItle . LIMK} creates a bi 
cal ed <ButtonTitle> LINKed to nothin: 
@{b) indicates start of BOLD text 
@{i} indicates start of ITALIC text 
@(u} indicates start ol UNDER LI HI 
texl 

@{ub} turns oft BOLD texl 
©{ul} turns off ITALIC text 
@{uu} turns off UNDERLINED text 



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a ny aspirations towards wacky gradient 
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it works. 

Id the next section, font styling is han- 
dled via point size, aspect, italics, tittering 
and contrast controls. Point size provides 
overall scaling of the font from 1 to 2511 per 
cent. Although the feature does a perfect job 
oi scaling riny font, it r s the only area in 
w hich the program fells down slightly. 

Rather than adjusting the scale to a spe- 
cific point size., the toot is scaled as a per- 
centage, and as a result scaling isn't point 
accurate. So for example, scaling up to 150 
won't necessarily produce a font of 150 
points - which obviously could cause prob- 
lems Idler on in the production. 

Next up comes aspect, which in simple 
terms means you can squash or stretch in 
the horizontal plain, Following that comes 
the italic option allowing angles in either 
die positive or negative up to 45 degrees. 

Following this arc the essential filtering 
options - otherwise known as anti-aliasing 
- which take the form of five different fil- 
ters, each of which applies a different style 
and degree of anti-aliasing to the font. 

Finally we come to contrast, which again 
is used to improve the anti-aliasing. Like all 
the other options, contrast shares in the hen- 
i ■ I i t - of the program's excellent interface 
which uses arrow gadgets for minor adjust- 
ment or pop-up mini requesters for larger 


I though a long time coming, the 
Amiga has at last found a reli- 
able and friendly method of con- 
rrting Adobe Tvpe 1 fonts into colour, 
mti-aliased Amiga Diskfonte - otherwise 
bwwn as ColorFonls. 

For those not involved in Amiga art, pre- 
vent at ion <nr titling such a prospect will 
kardly generate unbridled excitement. 
However for those who fit the bill such a 
development is well worth the wait. 

OK, lets assume you're Still not ccn- 
affer all there's a lot of reasonable 
quality bitmapped fonts already out there 
which will do a respectable job for various 
v*dft 'graphic endeavours. 

However for the pro and semi-pro, pro 
(factions respectable simply isn't good 
enough. Clients quite rightly expect die best 
and that's exactly what A2A offers. 

Before moving on to the conversion pro- 
■ it's perhaps worth clarifying why A2A 
[ inversion is so important. Basically, 
PostScript fonts are fine for DTI* but for 
in vthing else thev're next to useless as the 
vast majority of software simp I Y doesn't 
fuppcrrt them. 

Even notables' such as Scala, Broadcast 
T tier l|, TV Paint and DFaint - to name hut 
j few - will have nothing to do with. Adobe 
fonts directly And if such fonts are con- 
verted by normal means their silky smooth 
appeal is invariably destroyed by the Sack of 
.anti-aliasing. 

According to (he manual, approximately 
25 per cent of PD Adobe Type l's won't 
convert properly, as they don't adhere to 
the Adobe standard - but after extensive 
felting of PC, Mac and Amiga fonts I didn't 
encounter a single failure... 

if you're concerned about font availabil- 
ity, turn to the PD section and you'll dis- 


places 


cover massive selection to suit every con- 
ceivable taste. However if xou simply can't 
wait there's no need for panic, as two extra 
disks containing 52 Adobe Tvpe l's ship 
with A2A. 

Assuming you've loaded a font, you'll be 
confronted with the program's split screen 
interface which consists of three preview 
windows showing the anti-aliascd, Amiga 
and cached examples of the font, The upper 
haif holds the main control panel. 

Working from left to right, the upper 
panel is split into four sections with the first 
concentrating on display and palette con- 
trols in addition to four resolutions ranging 
from In-res 32 colour, lo- res interlace, hi-res 
non-interlace and finally hi-res laced - each 
of which can be toggled between at a.ny 
lime. 


Paul Austin 
explores A2A, the 
very latest in font 
conversion from 
Alternative Image 


slider driven alterations - and if that's not 
enough, you can oxen type in you aftefatioOS 
Id the next section you can toggle through the 
entire character set in addition to altering the 
position of the font in the preview windows 
below, 

Lastly you cat! specify whether to send a 
single character or the entire set into a mem- 
ory cache; not an essential feature on faster 
machines but ideal for improved editing and 
font processing on slower Amigas. 

In the last section you're given the essential 
loading and font generation options along 
with assorted font information, Basically that'- 
about it the actual outpu t process is very sim- 
ple with the only user input being the font 
n.rimt- and target directory. Prior to output it's 
also possible to specify that bold, italic, under- 
lined and reverse flags which are used as part 
of the font definition, thereby enabling certain 
applications to generate the aforementioned 
variations. 

However this function won't work for every 
package, as most programs have an individual 
approach to hints. For example DPaint won't 
recognise any of the aforementioned flags, 
although the basic font you gener- 
ate works perfectly. 


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I m impressed - the program performs 
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and the interface personifies the very 
best of Amiga software design. For Itie 
pro it's worth every penny and at fust 
£5D it's well within reach of the nobbi- 
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mend to any serious Amiga Ian. 

Belle* still. Alternative are now offer- 
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SMOOTH EDGES 

When it comes to palette control you're 
provided with A pop-up requester full of 
colour wells, copy, paste and spread options 
alongside .i variety of tods designed to sim- 
plify colour control, It's ever possible to Load 
palettes from existing graphics to farther 
enhance anti-aliasing 

it's here where you can also specify the 
number of colours to he used. However il s 
worth stressing that the fonts generated are 
basically single colour creations which use 
tile additional colours to generate smooth 
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or quite &nme time AD Pro and 
fmageFX have been battling it 
out tor the image processing top 
Now thanks to I he release of 
rFX vl.5Q, the war enters another 
thanks to whole host of Lcnprove- 
■ ,irid add-ons. 

ive iA'P finally weakened ADFro's 
jte-hoid on the market? Only time 
tell., but rest assured that the battle 
e hobbiest marlcci lias never been 
closely fought, 

of the most notable new features 
program's ability to record macros 
He built-in command line or shell 
Once recorded, macros can be 
and activated whenever necessary 
either the aforementioned shell or 
Itfte IMP - ImageFX's very own imu Hi- 
nt utility, 

■vt comes improved palette control 
a whole host of additional support 
rd -party display devices plus spe- 
Amiga modes including AG A and 
' program's new Super Amiga modes 
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aid to improved productivity is the pro- 
gram's ability to use multiple assigns 
within the I mageFX/ Workbench envi- 
ronment. As a result you can now run 
user-defined versions from various 
directories, 

basically, this means that each time a 


version boots it can have its own default 
preset for a specific operation nueh as 
scanning, frame grabbing, video produc- 
tion or whatever 

Pandering to professionals is also high 
on the agenda with pressure-sensitive 
support for assorted drawing tools such 


as freehand and airbrush. However quite 
why a pro user would be painting within 
InoageFX as opposed to IVPaint, EGS or 
whatever else remains a mystery,,. 

The program's preferences requester 
has seen some fairly major changes with 
a variety of new preview modes, a new 
quantise option - used from palette gen- 
eration - plus a much improved virtual 
memory set-up procedure which is now 
simpler and more reliable- 

Another important new feature is 
multi-level undo which enables you to 
back -track over an entire sequence of 
edits if disaster strikes - and of course, 


aw processing 
power! 


Paul Austin looks at upgrades for ImageFX 
v t .50 and Clarity 1 6, both of which push the 
Amiga’s processing capabilities to the limits... 


Clarity 16 

the last year Clarity's software has evolved quite con- 
- although (he hardware iiseli has remained the 
As a result it's high lime lor a second look at this 
: and cheap introduction to 1 6-bit sampling, 
•though a true 1, 6-bit sampler. Clarity isn’t a dtrset-to- 
■■.stem. This facility was promised as a potential 
when the product was first released bg| like many 
il hardware add-ons it failed la appear, 
even without a D2D option. Clarity remains a useful 
tool capable of limited Midi applications in addi- 
to a dump and fetch facility tor various sampling 

r lact the tack ol the promised improvements to the 
ire is Gladly' s only real drawback. After all. how 
1 6-bit samplers retail for just £99? Not many... 
However this doesn’t excuse She hyperbole and $ubse- 
di&appointment that surrounded Clarity's initial 
During this period the products creators made a 
3 ngise about various add-ons and improvements- 


none of which have materialised. 

Everything from DSP support to software-based drum 
sequencing wag -LSt around Ihe corner; even SMPTE time- 
code was on the cards alongside the aforementioned D2D 
recording. 

As a result, many a muso invested hoping that their 
commitment would be mirrored hy Clarity's creators. 
Unfortunately hardware revisions never materialised. 

ATTENTION 

However the software has seen a lot of attention with 
the latest Incarnation - vl.5 - boasting an all-new 
Workbench 2.0 look which now thamklully opens on its own 
screen. Thereby avoiding the horrible clutter synonymous 
with its predecessors. 

Another major change lurks within the East Amiga box 
The otd style box with delay values has been replaced with 
a simpler tick system which provides murfi more flexibility 
and control over the whole Amiga range, 

AH of the program's horizontal sliders, such as ihose in 
the Real-lime Effects window, now have a numeric value 
enabling much more accurate recreation of previous set- 


tings The sample info requester is the most fundamentally 
changed: certain lealures have been repositioned to give a 
more logical grouping of icons. All of the Loop tea lures 
have been pul in their own box, and the Seek Zero feature 
has gone completely - in favour of various now loop editing 
options. 

Generally the program looks much slicker, the wily prob- 
lem being that the manual pictures are row horribly out of 
date. The manual <s currently being revised and should re 
available in ils updated form by the lime you read this 
article. 

Normalise no longer produces clicks and »s now a very 
affective way of maximising the volume of a sample. 
Hecordmg is now exact (previously it left some space at the 
end of tfie sample). 

Qne Arnica channel had a nasty habil ol crackle during 
Amiga playback during real-time effects and scope use - 
this has been fixed All scopes should now work on most 
Amigas. even fast ones and needles are now always in evi- 
dence on Ihe VU-stylg meters. 

Kill Samples has been added to the Project menu. It 


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undo can still be disabled entirely when 
neceswry. 

On the user-friendly side an option ta 
disable verify requesters has been added 
- no more "do you really want to...'" mes- 
sages “ but belter still GVP have finally 
added an aspect lock which stops the 
p mg ram. stretching the image to till the 
preview. So what you see is what your 
image actually looks, like... 

ImageFX will now automatically 
default to AG A when running on 
Workbench3.il machines., but in addition 
the aforementioned Super Amiga modes 
can also play a part. 

THIRD -PARTY 

Now any mode listed in the Amiga's 
display database can be used as a default 
preview mode,, but better still third-party 
display devices can also be used as part 
of the preview repertoire. As a result 
DCTV and OpalVision can he used for 
previews in ad d i t i on to t he 1 V -2 4 , 
Firecracker and HAM-E. 

Frame grabbing and digitising have 
also seen some attention with support 


for the entire Epson range of scanners in 
addition to the VLab digitiser. As you'd 
expect, the program's scan control 
Options have been enhanced to lake 
advantage of the additional features 
offered from the new hardware. 

Moving on to creativity GVP assures 
that almost all the drawing tools have 
been either enhanced or improved in 
some way As a resuit for nose wed! con- 
cetttratc on the newcomers. 

As mentioned earlier ihc palette has 
been improved with six new draw 
palettes each holding up to 256 colours 
each, hut alas one aspect of painting 
within ImageFX hasn't changed, namely 
the actual application of colour. 

Like iis predecessor, the new program 
still insists on applying the brush stroke 
first followed the colour 1 3 ter after the 
operation is complete. As a result 
ImageFX still remains very much a sec- 
ond. choice as a painting environment. 

Until GVP refifi^i. j that serious artists 
rbrtjuLre real-time feedKicfc, ImageFX will 
always he primarily an image processor 
with a paint package tacked on as an 
at’terthought- 

To be fair, the program's painting 


abilities do provide some very useful 
image processing ciptions within existing 
artwork For example it's sde.il for 
adding special effects at particular points 
or within ranged /stencil Led areas of the 
image. 

A perfect example of prtKessing com- 
bined with panting power is the pro- 
gram's new pantograph tool which 
enables an area of the image to he 
selected and then duplicated elsewhere 
on the screen 

COPIED 

This should not be confused with a 
brush as the original data doesn't 
change; it's simply copied or cloned else- 
where by using the tool of you choice to 
replicate the original da la in its new loca- 
tion. 

Generally speaking, most features 
have seen at least minor improvement as 
indeed have the program’s I/O options 
w hich now boast more control and vari- 
ety with support for FAXX, I MGS and 
Sculpt along with much improved [Peg 
handling plus MacBinary I iFFs, GIFs. 
IPegs and Targas. Animation also score 1 - 


well with support for loading and -=*1 
both Anim.5 and Anim? in add it* 
FL1 and FLC PC formats - most t 
monly used by AutoDeck on the PC I 

Another innovation is the arm* 
Magic butters which if adopted by ■ 
will enable various programs ■" 4| 
the same image data, held within ~4 
ory - in a similar manner to Hi-: jd 
Onl\ time will tell if Magic buffer* 
succeed where other? such systems ■ 
failed. 

Finally the program's printing ■ : m 
have also seen some much needed 1 
tinn with improved printing from ■ 
prefs and as PostScript, And of oafl 
with new features comes a huge uresl 
additional Altexx commands. 

For the existing user base £ c I 
upgrading is a must as many of the ri 
Lems associated With V 1 -03 are ■ 
gone fnr good to be replaced trl 
impressive range of new and impr* 
fea lures 

For more details contact 
Systems on 081-309 1111, 



Good news for Yamaha owners 

Due to certain compalibilily problems with the Yamaha SY99 keyboard, a couple of 
new options have been added to the sample dump/letch lagiiliy. 

Ordinarily when receiving sample data from a keyboard under the Midi standard 
protocol, the individual data packets are acknowledged by the receiving machine This 
allows for packets to be re-transmitted to case of error. 

However, Yamaha have decided to ignore this and jusl. pump out sample data in a 
continuous stream This means thal acknowledging the header and packets is not only 
redundant but also possibly damaging in terms of Ihe software's ability lo pick up all ol 
the incoming data. 

As a result SY99 users can now set this option to Off. whereas most users should 
leave it on. 

Because the SY99 has no facility for recovering packets received with a checksum 
error, it can appear to drop packets from time to time when receiving long 16-bit sam- 
ples. This means that although the Amiga has finished transmitting, the SY99's display 
will still show rt waiting for one or two packets and pressing Exit leaves a click at the 
end of the sample. 

If this happens, you can now set this option lo On and Clarity will transmit one initial 
blank packet belore trie sample data and then live extra blank packets at the end, 


>■ 

dears out all ol the samples currently in memory - subject 
to confirmation. Anolher new addition 1$ the Tidy windows 
facility which resizes and slacks all open sample windows 
in the top left comer of the screen, while Panel to Front 
brings the control panel lo the fore when obscured by oth- 
ers, 

Assorted keyboard short-cuts have also been added; 
Amiga-! brings up A sample's Info dialogue, block looping 
can be aclivated with Amiga-T while Ctarity/Amiga output 
can be toggled via Amiga-1 and Amiga-2 keys respectively. 

Finally Ihe Save file lormats funclion have been 
extended to Include three and five-voice 6SVX (lies. 
Previously only one voice was supported. As you can see 
the software has come a long from its initial release and 
now ranks alongside the Amiga's best recording and edit- 
ing systems. 

In short, Clartty is perhaps the pertecl budget buy for 
anyone with a sampling keyboard who wanls to expand 
their horizon® at the minimum expense, 

For more details contact FtiSofl on 0525 718101 . 



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TUTORIAL 


o, techno- teaf has given way to a 
strong curiosity to find out what 
else this powerhouse can do for 
But on investigating the sea of Amiga 
ions, you find that the prices of utiii 
' and games seem to only make them 
fable once a month, or even once a 
’ ►hen Mr and Mrs Santa Claus are Eeel- 
lingly generous, 

only other alternatives are to start 
ijng yourself or, more easily, take 
at the public sector for utilities and 
assorted oddities that may come in 
d and, at the cheaper price, are 
ly more tempting than delving into 
ip] at world of coding software - fur 
'being. 

?r checking out the regular Public 
feature, you spot a couple that show 
and order them. In a few days, they 
'on your doormat. 

ig them up, you realise that there 
l a hard disk install option. A few clicks 
t mouse button later, the screen doesn't 
t any helpful information - it seems that 
tare doomed to floppy disk as far as 
IPO is concerned, unless.,. 

INSTALLERS 

iy programs, whether commercial or 
domain, don't usually have hard disk 
installers ft>r the software. This is 
to either sheer laziness on the part of 
grammars, nr the more legitimate 
that making a product hard drive 
lable tempts the grubby hands of 
to download every game they can 
hands on into their hard drive for 
Lllegal distribution, 
nateiy, there is a way to transfer 
hurt off a floppy onto the hard drive 
■psvindl use. Firet uf all, make sure that 
■desired floppy is inserted in the drive, 
Hr go over to your 1 3H0 icon and open the 
drive. 

ly drag the floppy icon and place it 
■K- DHO window. The lights on the com- 
representing both hard and floppy 
will flash on and of# for a while until 
has finished and all information has 
copied and transferred- 

done, eject the floppy and open the 
drawer that has appeared in the hard 
Inside, you should find the contents 
copied disk. Try double clicking or 
■am's boot icon to see if it will load 
time out of ten, a window will pop 
g you that there is no disk in PFfl 
drive). 

reset the computer and you'll pmb- 
ftnd (unless you're extremely lucky) 


Systen Request 




_ 


Please insert yoltme 

HotoroUl 

in any drive 


Retry 






A dtutott will 
appear Jki Ihr 

fartf (Jrfvr 
wilrtdaw 

wrtrft lAr floppy t 
(Mtffltl 


IVrCfFDuf tihf turret 
AuljNi cvmRigntf. rXc 
torrtputet beiomet a 
toil r mi fir ire# 


Assigning 
your 

files 

away 



Adam Phillips delves into 
the more intricate workings 
of that plastic, chip-ridden 
hulk, the Amiga 1200 


that same problem still exists. This Is simply 
down to the feet that flw startup part of the 
program is telling computer that it will find 
the rest of the information in the floppy- 
drive so therefore bypassing the hard disk 
altogether. 

This can be overcome in most cases by 
the use of the assign option. This is a 
typed-in command used in the Shell 
system (the icon is usuallv found under 




iif process 
:> fd s: user-startup 


The ihrti fa* 
where the 
i iiltnr earj he 
totted up and 

f be Anjjgri 

rmnmiwif 
typed In 


the DHO symbol). 

In simple terms, assigning files and the 
like is like a diversion on the road - if tells 
the computer to take a different route as 
specified by you , lire user. 

Select the Shell icon and a window will 
open; type in: 

fd j:user-itirtup 

The ed stands tur ed it as in changing the 
current set-up, s stands for the directory 
that you wish to alter - the computer will 
always hunt out this particular directory 
whenever trying to boot a program up. 

The colon is important for defining each 
partition - each "wall" between different 
directories, drawers and tiles so that the 
computer can recognise they are separate. 

User-startup is the actual area in which 
you iv ant to make the changes - anything in 
here is not automatically booted by the coni' 
puter on switching on but requires the user 
to select and fell die computer to boot it in. 


On pressing Return, you'll be presented 
with another window representing the user- 
startup. Simply find a clear line and type in: 

i.ssiflfi ! TH= HtPE DF THE FLOP** DIEUrtWCE) 
(T-E D 3 R EC TC t f RAPE IN ERE fNE DMYEf 
IS);(HWtE flf DR1IER J . 

This simple command tells the computer 
that the floppy disk into that program needs 
can be found in a specified directory in a 
certain drawer m the hard drive. For exam- 
ple- Assign Frmky Fun: DHO: Funky Fjju. 

Once this is done, press on the box gad- 
get sn the top left-hand comer and you will 
be asked by the computer if you wish to 
save the changes you have made. 1 Tit the Y 
key, then reset the machine and have a go at 
loading your program from, the hard disk. 

Unfortunately, this process doesn't 
always work hut don't worry. E ll be back 
next month to take you a stage further along 
that twist v, windy road of Amiga Shell 
comnitinds and libraries.,. 


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T here's quite a selection of titles 
this month, from games and 
music demos to handy utili- 
ties and superb animations. 

Amiga PD seems to be maintain- 
ing Its excellent standard by pro- 
ducing useful and entertaining 
products. Keep sending in the soft 
ware - the more variety and diversity 



Now That's What I Call 
Games Volumes 1&2 


Produced by: Multi Media Machine 


Available from; Most computer retailers 
£19.99 each 

The Amiga CD 3 2 the saviour of 

Commodore, or so they would lead us to 
believe. Like Atari, the once big boys have 
hu life red cruelly at the invasion of the con- 
sole h and at rhe hands of the software 
pirates. Kid > are ink 1 res led. in pannes and 
don't really care much where they get 
them from. 

Fnter the Mega Drive*, and Super 
Nintendos of tins world and you have a 
revolution of buyers on your hands with 
the majority opting for a single purpose 
machine to hammer away at a joypad on 

Then, with a huge burst ot inspiration 
and surprise. Commodore released the 
CD52 r an A1200 with a CD-ROM drive 
and no keyboard- 

Baeked up with pro mist"* of dozens of 
titles available by the time Christmas 
rolled around and an anticipation 
whipped up by the Amiga mags (includ- 


ing this one), things looked set to be a 
startling success- 

Well, as usual, the ideal promises and 
hopes have fallen to the wayside to reveal 
,t much more realistic and therefore 
unfortunate situation. 

While there have been a dozen or so 
releases, nearly every one has been a 
direct port over from existing software 
found, In some cases, on your trusty 
A500. 

And while the games themselves may 
well be :'d in many respects, they are 
not the flagship products like Sonic, 
Mario and Starwing that the CD32 ttt-t-ds 
to help it make a real impact on the mar- 
ket. 

Even the likes of the excellent 
Liberation from games maestro Tony 
Crow r ther lacks I lie instant "'buy me now!" 
appeal that has sold so many consoles in 
the last couple of vears. 

With the likes of the 33W and jaguar 
getting ever closer to the shores of 



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Amiga Computing 


march 1994 


As the air warms and the frost thaws, 
Adam Phillips peruses the latest PD 
releases with a spring-time passion 




Blighty, Commodore needed to get its foot 
sn the metaphorical door, grab a fair size of 
ihe game playing public this Christmas nnd 
re.-i p the benefits. Unfortunately, from 
where I'm sitting, they've missed their 
golden opportunity, 

Surprisingly, one of the last places you'd 
expect to find public domain and share- 
ware programs is on j CD, but it's now 
possible to lay your hands on over 200 dif- 
ferent tides (perhaps Commodore commis- 


sioned this to reach their software 
Each volume contains HXl program- 
flit' first disk has a selection ni dvm »s 
animations. 

Obviously with such a huge hb: 
offer, you're hound to find a few title? 
you'll enjoy playing (such as Bomb 
reviewed in these pages a few nn 
back] and it you're a PDophile, thi- 
satisfy your desires greatly 

On the down side, what's the po • 



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Programmed by: Craig Collins 

Available from: 17 Bit Software 
Disk Ho. 2B72 


The Amiga is regarded by amateurs and proles 
sionals alike as an excellent machine for computer 
animation, effects and other film and video oriented jobs. 


Animation Is a big favourite of the people In the office - the editor and assc 


ale editor regularly hammer out short sequences cm Imagine 2.9. 

imagine, if you will, my delight when, this tittle beauty Inconspicuously tell 
of an envelope and straight into my disk drive and turned out to he SO good. 

The lengthy black and white anim tells the story of the CD wars where the Mi 
CD, CD-I and CD32 meet head to head as ray-lraced cars In race with a hur 
deity overlooking the aHairs. 

After comparing each others capabilities, this being decides the fate ol ea 
competitor and surprise, surprise, the CD32 comes out on top leaving the olh 
as they morph into gravestones on the irack to bell. 

This may sound a little- bizarre and tacky, but compared to the cruddy advert 
television at the moment which boasts a large robot blowing up while play' 
Microcosm " cos It canna handle caplart". this animation is a work of commerc 
art wilti well used, not overtly elaborate and, dare I say it, pretty well directed. 


Included are various controls tor speeding up and slowing down as well 


pausing the action. On the downside, it eats up a fair size amount of memory 
1Mb of chip RAM and at least 3Mb of fast RAM. 

If you have the facilities then Mean CD Machines is well worth snapping up a 
enjoyed in its full rayl raced and morphed glory. Impressive and talented stuff. 




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ling out this kind of money for "the 
lie garnet- machine" only to be given 
ling that seem* to be nothing more 
let's try and keep them happy" 
rkvtimg move? 3 wanted to get my 
in to something with some real 32- 
tpmes playing meat 
1 iso, half of the progs on offer can only 
played with a mouse or keyboard 
mg that the average punter is going 
ive to shovel out more money, 

One of the most annoying features of 
packs is the need to reset the machine 
ry time if starting or a new game or, 
frus-trUingty, after a short amma- 


liow That's What l Call Games series 
a nice budget idea for computers 
for £3.9.99, I'd advise saving up your 
lies instead and buying Liberation 
begins to show what the 0132 is 
jk: of. Plus it's guaranteed to keep 
midnight oil burning into the wee 
and beyond for a lot longer than 
V1CC is. 


Programmed by: M. Pratt 

Available horn Michael Pratt 


ma I, another set of particularly loath- 
lie aliens have landed on a peaceful 
met somewhere in the universe and 
re corrupted and possessed various 
ib Hants including King Duck and 
Claus, 

t's your job as the heroic duck figure 
m\t> through 2(1 levels split between, 
ir worlds including Brick City, 


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Christmas Land and Duck Land. By mov- 
ing across platforms, collecting fruit and 
other goods, the object ot each screen is to 
grab all the keys and make for the exit 
without being killed, maimed or the time 
running out. 

Part of your lethal arsenal of weapons 
are tried eggs that seem to have a diverse 
effect on the foe. On completing each 
world, it's onto killing the end of level 
had die which in this ease, is very easy 
indeed and looks li ke a post box. 

The game works relatively well hut 
lacks the polish to make it noteworthy. 
There is no animation on the main sprite 
and it has a tendency to stutter across the 
screen instead of moving smoothly and 
seamlessly. 

Quae leers is m no means a bad game, 
requiring skill and precise timing in some 
places but it jusl looks like an idea that 


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truck ui a gramtonr at the CtU 
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could have been exploited more and 
worked much better - perhaps hv includ- 
ing a two player option to make it even 
more like Team I7's excel lent Qwak. 


Klondike 
Deluxe ACA 


Programmed by: Remy 
Nusteling and Koos Roodbol 

Available from: Exclusive- PD 


This traditional card game, like many oth- 
ers, has now reached the chips of your 
local computer courtesy of the PD scene. 
On looking at the pictures, you may think 
that this is another venture into the smutty 
u nd erwf ir Id of pomogra phy . 

Well, perhaps strictly it is - scantily dad 
women in suggestive positions but on 
closer inspection the images are a hark 
back to the titillaticr days of l he 50s put 
together with an absorbing game, provid- 
ing harmless fun for the average male 
player (like Biff, our Gamer editor, who 
says he can't Stop} when compared to the 
hardcore, explicit nature of the material 
accessible to most children with a com- 
puter and disk drive from the more seedy 
PD libraries and bulletm boards, 

! lie frame itself is an addictive and chal- 
lenging title of strategy, logic and the vital 
ingredient, luck, where the player must 
pot all the cards in the relevant suits 
whilst not trapping yourself in a no-win 
situation - very similar to Patience. 

Hie presentation is of a high standard, 
whether or not von agree with the material 
on display, - solid AGA renditions of the 
card 1 - are polished and professional, the 
only problem being a certain glitch run- 
ning across the card faces once in a while. 

If you're a cards fan and own either an 
Amiga 1200 or 4000, this is a cheap com- 
puterised version of a classic solo frame. 


Footy 


Programmed by: Andy Mac 

Available tram: Virus Free PD 


For those of us with a dream of winning 
the pools one day then booty could help re- 
take a step closer to making fiction become 
a reality. A dedicated database, this 


mouse-driven, user friendly program 
allows vou to keep track of what's happen- 
ing in the football league, 

The user is able to enter all current infor- 
mation about am- team. By tapping in a 
mass of details including home wins/ 
draws/ losses, goals scored and conceded 
as well as away info, a full picture can be 
drawn up for the avid footy fan, 

Also included is a forecast routine which 
attempts to tell you who'll draw in that 
vital next match, Be warned though: in the 
author's own words; "Obviously, it is not 
entirely accurate or t would not be sitting 
here writing ./ 1 

Footy receives the public sector seal of 
approval because if it dews give you a bet- 
ter chance ot winning then it has to be rec- 
ommended. 


The Ultimate 
Icon Editor 


Programmed by: John Scheib 

Availably from: Virus Free PD 
Disk No 393 


Last month's excellent Magic Workbench 
offered a large selection of different fea- 
tures for vour Amiga from various back- 
drops to programs to alter (hr squeaks and 


Calling all PD 
libraries... 


...and individuals, with anything remotely 
worth my while having a peel! at II you 
warn something released as PD. or 
you re a library with slacks of hot new 
stuff that you haven'! seen reviewed in 
these pages ydl, why not drop me a line 
wilh a copy, full documentation and 
everything dearly labelled? I promise i'll 
at least look at your work. 

From music to education, business to 
utilities - anything yau feel deserved 
your shoving onto a floppy disk, lemma 
at it and I'll do the rust. Address' 7 


Adam Phillips. PD submissions, 
Amiga Computing 
Europa House. Adlington Park. 
Macclesfield SKI 04 NP 


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squawks nude by your machine, lls nnh 
limiting omission. while providing the 
user with some very tasteful icons, was 
the Lnk of * largf library of both images 
for icons and differing sound samples. 

The former has been seen to now with 
the release of the Ultimate Icon Editor 
which has both a col lection of dozens of 
icons for use as drawers, files and any 
other opportunity you can think of, and a 
drawing package for the design of your 
own miniature works of art. 

I he pictures provided range from basic 
dask symbols that simply invert colours 
when clicked on to various symbols th.it 
change when activated 

The standard of these pictures are not 
up to the plushness of the small amount 
offered by the Magic Workbench but i- 
high einiLjgh to Jv attrac tivo jind effective, 
It's a worthwhile purchase xs itlr useful 
facilities to make even the most ugly of 
screens start to show Us true colours. 


Address Print 

Programmed by: 

Paul Lathweff 

Available from: Paul Lath well 

Address Print i'. a useful program for 
labelling packages and other postal items. 
By using the simple and easy to use 
poinfn 'click interface, the user is able to 
create a single or an entire database of 
address labels to be used at home or work 
On offer are an extensive bsL of controls 
for precision printing such as label pitch, 
style, colour of writing, left margin size 
and a draft of near letter quality selector. 

The package also includes a Doc Dump, 
a printing utiSilv, that reduces the amount 
of paper required to print an Ascii file on 
a Epson 9-pin printer. 

Th is \ - a useful and worthwhile prod- 
uct that could come in very handy for 
home users and small business owners 
alike. 



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Making Trax Volume One 

Produced by: P.A.LE. 

Available from: Pauf Lavin 

For those music hungry PD goers out there, this 
rnonlhs offering from newcomer. Paul Lavin, has 
four tracks featuring Jean Michel Jarre-isque 
melodies, rave songs using samples from Velio and 
one catted “Oy you! Shut your mouth and look at my 
wad", Which is accompanied with a revealing image with pound 
and dollar signs emblazoned across ft. 

Also Included are various rougfvaround-the-edgas digitised pictures used 
backdrops painted by every pve-pubftKtnts dream artist, Boris Vallejo whn 
depict women in various slates ol undress astride large dragons. 

The samples are clear and crisp making this well worth checking out if If 
music is up your street. 




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VIEWS... SKIDMARKS JURASSIC PARK FANTASTIC DIZT 
COOl SPOT • TORNADO • FI • CAMPAIGN 2 • PIRATE'S GOLD 
THE LABYRINTH OF TIME AND SOME OTHER STUFF. 


ALSO ... LATEST BUNCH OF CHEAP SEATS REVIEWED CHEAT MODE: ADDAMS FAMILY 
CD32 ROUND-UP All WE LATEST NEWS FROM THE WORLD OF AMIGA GAMES 


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Baby, you can 
build my car! 


'Hi jCSTHSiSJL 
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lm press ions Software, the people w tit? 
brought you Air Bucks, are pleased Id 
announced Ihe imminent release Of the 
ultimale automohilft simulation, enrilled 
Detroit. You can. design and build the ear 
of your dreams, take on a workforce, 
mass produce them and try to make your 
fortune in true Henry Ford style. 

Detroit begins In T906 and runs 
through to 2QQD. You can invest in 
research and technology, decide which 
oar systems to invest in, and then at any 
stage design a new car using the lech- 
nology available to you al that time. 
Using simple and intuitive mouse- 
clicks, you can select which ol each sys- 


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do 


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tem you warn for your car and then see it 
appear on the prototype in front ol you. 
You even gel to choose what gees inside 
the car and what it looks like! 

As managing director ot the car com- 
pany. you must decide how many facto- 
ries or assembly lines to allocate to pro- 
ducing the model of car, and how to mar- 
ket it in each territory. 

The program will enable you to 
choose from magazines, billboards, 
sponsorships, radio, television and other 
media to promote your range of cars. 

The simulation features many possible 
types ol vehicles, including sports cars, 
sedans,, wagons and even trucks. 
Impressions boast several other features 
such as unrivalled flexibility in how to 
play the game and most important of ail 
the fact Ihal it is amazingly playable! 

The company, famous for its excellent 
strategy games, say that Detroit Is the 
biggest and best Impressions product 
yet. The game should be on the shop 
shelves sometime in February. 





More meaningful pieces ef news about great and 
really quite impressive software products to arrive 
an the Amiga in the forthcoming months... oh yes! 






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Super Stardust hits the A1200 


BlDodhouse ore currently working on a spectacular A 1200 version of 
itieir highly acclaimed shoot- em-up, Stardust The game when receded 
92 per cent and a coveted Gamer Gold award back in our Gbririmas 
issue is a shamelessly brilliant interpretation of the old Asteroids arcade 
game 

Bloadhouse are apparently out lo prove just 
wkat ihe A 1200 can do! It's due for release in 
May and will feature new enhanced 256-ca our 
graphics, ray-traced backgrounds and anemias,, 
stereo sound, spectacular para lax scrolling 30 
iur.ne-s and will be hard d-sk installable 

The bays from Helsinki also have o few more 
tricks up iheir sleeves far Super Stardusl. They' re 
keeping a bit quiet about it so far, but Al! 200 
Owners con expect stalling new levels to deor, 
horrible new enemies ta lackta and few more sur- 


prises whkh ^e're nal going lo ue told unh nearer the re-leasc- 
CD32 owners don't have to despair because also comirvg in M-. 
version of Super Stardust which ncludes o new CD-level savndha - 
effects and aut-of-nhis-world grophics 1 Expect screenshots one 
information as we get it! 


Gremlin 


bonanzi 


The next product from lop software haoSe 
Gremlin will be the sequel to Utopia entitled 
K24Q. You play the rata of an independent 
who has recently established a pioneering 
ccteny at K240. an asteroid high in mineral 
deposits. However, as you expand your 
Moration. a strange phenomenon siaris lo 
occur. 

Al first you dismiss Ehe loss of your scout 
draft as an accident Only when a similar 
ship begins to ptobe your craft do you realise 
you're not alone! As the commander of your 
Ota extraction colony you have several objec- 
tives a-n of which must be carefully managed 
if you are tD be successful. 

Firsl and lorerwost is to explore enlarge your colony ana expand your mining operations, sc 
can extract more ore and sell t to tne Empire Lftopta 2 will feature six ditfctanl a-ian life 
fight against and each wi I utilise their own prudes and attack strategies 

The garne will feature sophisticated digitised speech and atmospheric sound ejects A s 

err em a tic opening sequence will se 
scene tor your asteroid strategy adventure 
Having played a rough demo of K24: 
can report that it is looking really gop 
Strategy and Utopia 1 fans should too* 
ter it when it hits ihe shop shelves in Ma r 
A preview of Gremlin's K24D is in the 
issue cf Gamer. 

Next month we will also be taking a tec* 
Gremlin s Here Quesl 2. Subtitled: f* 
Legacy o J Sorasil, Hero Guest 2 will be 
first m the new Hero Quest Masters serier- 
Choose a party cl intrepid adven!u r i 
from eight would-be heroes A paladm 


K240: Crcmlin s futuristic sequel to one of 
the hwst ever strategy games on tire Amty * 


for 7 '': 


The ship construcBon yard, jusl 
oite of Ihe features of the K244 









Overload 


Da?k Horse internalMital is atom to launch Max Ouertoad, a ton-filled comic 
combining game heroes, humour and storming fu^-cotour artwork, and featur- 
ing stare !rom toe Amiga games world including the Lemmmgs and Chuck 
flock, 

Gamers who have had trouble keeping (tie suicidal green-haired 
Lemmings alive in the Psygnosis classic will enjoy the chance la sit 
beck and let ihem look aflsr themselves tor a change The rampaging 
indents are brought to lile is a series of manic misadventures by writer 
Orck Hansom and illustrator Graham Mantey 
Core Design's ttest-sellirg caveman Chuck Rock also finds himself 
making the transition from pisel to page as his Peer-swilling and pizza-guzzling 
are brought to life by artist David Lyttlftlon and water Cetfi Ridoui 
Horse International have been puolishing comics m the UK since May 1 992- Their parent 
ny, Dark Horse Comics, were formed in 19B7 and are now among the leading independent 
publishers in the US. Previous Dark Horse Comics have Deluded Aliens, Star Wars, 
Robocop, Sm Q'ty and Give Me Liberty. 

The first issue of Max Overload containing 64 pages of lull-colour gaming mayhem goes or 
on February IS. priced £1 95. 


The happy 
foaeui ad von- 
hirers triad off 
on their quest 


You <an 
choose from 
eight tlurac- 
ten in 

Gremlin's 

forthcoming 

sequel 


' g niter, a dene, a mystic, a mage, a barbarian, an adventurer and a ranger are all in there, com- 
plete with their specialist skills to relum the land - which is in turmoil, by toe way - back to a 
peaceful stele. 

Presented in an atmospheric 3D sometriq viewpoint Legacy of Sorasd features some stunning 
graphics, eerie sound effects and chili ng in-game tones. It's all toon-driven, easy to learn and Fea- 
tures endiess hours of solirt gameplay. Avid adventurers wil 1 have to wait until March to get their 
hands on Gremlin's advenlnre sequel, 


INNARDS 

Are you looking at me? Are you looking 
at me? Well, stop it and look at the 
games stuff we've got for you this month! 

REVIEWS • REVIEWS • REVIEWS 


Star Trek- . * — - 

Simon Clays boldly goes where everyone has been before, 
but beware of bis dodgy gags about toilets and Klinqons! 


109 


110 


112 


Jurassic Park . 

Ocean's biggest film licence ever hits the smalt screen. 

Is if a Jurassic classic or a pre historic monster? 

Fantastic Dizzjf — 

The return of the egg with attitude. Codemaster's fry 
up yet another helping of yolk-filled platform fun 

Cool Spot 114 

He's tooh He's spotty! He's Coot 5pct.' Get out your shades and your 
Biactol and take a look at Virgin's hip and happening platformer 

Pirate's Gold : .115 

Yo ho ho me hearties, T5 men on a dead man s chest and more chched 
pirate sayings in MicroPro se's CD32 actionladventure, set on the seven 
seas 

Skidmarks 11® 

We're oniy a few weeks info 199 4 and already we think that we may 
have found racing game of the year * Oh and there's only one cheap gag 
in the whole review 

FI 118 

Domafk take to the track and rev up their engines in this 
multi-player, err Formula- One-’ ?m-up, Brmm Brmm! 

The Labyrinth of Time , — 120 

Electronic Arts' amazing CD32 adventure arrives 
and it's hotter than the centre of Mount Etna 

Tornado.,.. — .,,.,*,,,..122 

Grab your heimet zip up your flight suit, grapple with your yofce 
and take to the sky in Digital Integration's latest flight simulator 

Campaign 2 — — — — ,.,,,,,.125 

Empire return with fbe segue! to one the greatest war 
simulators ever. Simon Days gets tanked up... again! 



Tarnada 


REGULARS • REGULARS • REGULARS 


126 


127 


CD Round-up 

Hold steady yourjoypad and skip along to the page where 
the iatest bundle of releases for the CD 32 are reviewed 

Cheap Seats 

More bargain budgets for all those scrooge-hAre gamers 
who can't be bothered to ftiefr-starf the British economy 

Cheat Mode: The Addams Family 128 

They're oofey, spooky, hilarious and, err I've forgotten the last bit, but a 
full set of hints on how to comp fete Ocean's platformer is showing in 2 1 
pages time! 

worth 1991 Qpim SI 2) 





II 


Star Trek 



W hen Sfar Trek beamed itself 
aboard ibe Gamer shuttle croft f 
undertook a solemn oath,, along 
with effort red jersey umtmg ms, 
nol to indulge in ony Trekky-type rfotoric. 

M, nal five wards into tbe opening ifansa 
and look, Star Tret-type utterances ore splattered 
across the page like so many Klingoni after a run 
in with James T Kirk. 

The point is deer reader, fhet fore it or bote rt, 
Star Tret is one of the most infamous pro- 
gramme* ever to grace the tube of a TV set. 

To celebrate this much maligned fact and to 
say happy 25th birthday la all the crew, Interplay 
have released Star Trek The 25th Anniversary. 

While noi the most imaginative lilfe to be 
dreamed up by the marketing departments, it's 
very direct and leaves you in no doubt at all whal 
it's on about. 

The first and probably most important thing to 
soy is ihot all the stories and missions in Star Trek 
feature ihe crew in their prime back in the heady 
60*. 

Most folk quite ertjoy he special efieds that 
technology has heralded and agree the ell -new 
Enterprise is kitted out with far better equipment 
and decorated far more tastefully, but 25 years 
in space have left he crew □ tod haggard and 
worn. 

No amount of techno Wizardry or plenitude of 
surgical trusses can reduce the paunch poor 
Scotty has developed, or the lack to his eye that 
says that death b but a dililhium crystal away far 
he chief engineer, 

SuL- has completely lost his ninja skills and no 
longer strips to the waist after turning psychotic 
at he Enterprise parties. McCoy pawned his med- 
ical kit because the bags under his eyes are sa 
huge he ton keep his Trieorder in them, Uhura is 


now a Grandmother and can 'I hear a thing that 
crackled across the radio waves of space, while 
Soviet representative far he federation Cfoekov 
has a speech impediment so severe that can't tell 
his "yessefs" from his "vodka*, 

Even the big cheese himself, James T, has had 
severe problems, and during a freak transporter 
accident had his hair replaced by a strip of shag 
pile carpet. 

As for poor 5pock r (he pioneer of the combed 
forward hairdo, be r s developed a personality, 
took on a: coy job on Mission Impossible, saved 
up hii money and bought himself a set of para- 
noic sexual chartxteristvcs and now ages at the 
same rote as a human, 

WHIZZING 

Star Trek begins in much the s .me manner as 
the TV show, with the Enterprise whining pasl 
you, while the musk we're oil accustomed To 
bounces merrily along. Then, to moke things 
even more akin to Gene SeddenbsTry 1 ’* creation, 
you get the title of the episode, or mission. 

Once on the bridge of the Enterprise, the 
game unfolds and control of the main characters 
becomes yours, On the bridge each of these 
characters has specific tasks to perform. Each of 
these corresponds to the role the character look 
on in the show ihdf. 

For example. Sulu Is responsible far taking 
the Enterprise in and out of orbit, whereas his 
counterpart Ensign Chekov controls the ntmgp- 
boa and the weapons system. 

However, when il comes to control of the 
aforementioned systems it's you who guides 
them and fires those Jethd phosers and photon 
torpedoes. 

The ship itself has oil the systems that you'd 
expect of the Enterprise for you to take care of, 


Tfcene's N tingon-f on the starboard bow, Blimey. I've 
gat some on the seat of mo pants now as well 


This H the map Chekov uses to guide the 
Enterprise to mysterious planets. 
Personally I'd have bought an A to Z 


So, Mr Spate Pi r jte. you have two minutes 
on your specialist subject: Being out¥rttt«f 
try a Moke in a yellow jersey and a corset 



cr 


Captain Kirk 


Wears a Hit tight yellow 
jumper which means that he 
Stands no chance of getting 
killed and Is the captain of the 
skip. Possesses some teal hard 
stares and dips his trousers in 
p he re mo** which means that 
he gets the alien dolfy bird 
every week. 


Lieutenant 
Commander McCoy 

McCoy is the ship i senior surgeon and a dab 
hand at fixing; people up by waving that torch- 
shaped thing over them. This is a good thing as 
he has a severe drink problem and the only cor- 
rect diagnoses he ever gives is that of death. 
Involved In a love triangle with that Monde nurse 
who slinks around the medical bay, and Speck. 


The 25th Anmvcrsa 




Lieutenant 

i 

Commander 


Lieutenant 

Sulu 


Sulu is the model officer and perfect 

helmsman. Thai is until he ilarti fmru 
si sing about Bruce Lee manes. Then k 
strips off to the waist, starts bitching > 
the other crew members and eventual** 
picks a fight, 

ITS commonly believed that he's jc 
eus of tho captain, became the gtri 
the clipboard who gets Jim to sign her 
autograph book every episode never 
asks him. 


The ultimate grease monkey. Whether 
if be the precious dilrthmm crystals 
(of which there seems to be only a 
handful in the universe) or a flat tyre, 
Scottie s your man. 

H afflicted with the worst Scottish 
accent ever and ts obviously a fake 
unless he hails from seme minute 
island in the North Sea that doesn't 
have a Scottish accent. 





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Star Trek 





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It's time to coin os many cliches as 
is humanly possible and boldly go 
where no reviewer lu*s gone before 


Commander 


Mr Logic himself is half Vulcan 
and half eunuch. Before 
becoming the brainiest man ill 
the universe. Speck worked in a 
massage parlour but had to 
leave otter rendering most of 
the customers iMCOflSCKWf 
Once dkt 1 mind meld with John 
(Major and after finding there 
was nothing there donated his 
sense of humour to him. 




Having beamed down to a dubious area of Manchester, 
lint makes small talk with a transvestite 


end these ore dl displayed on the bridge 

display. 

It's the pessimistic Scotty who lokes control 
of rhe shields, and power, and when the ship's 
engines get stressed he'll gleefully scream "ihe 
engines canne take it cap'nl” in o Scotch 
Canadian accent. 

Principally, you take on the rale of Kirk who 
orders the other crew members to perform 
tasks cm his behalf. For instance, if an ob|t?cr 
requires looking ctf, then via your instruction, 
KErk will instruct ihe relevant crew member 
corny out your command. 

As for os the missions are concerned,, there 
ore eight of them in total. They blend o combi- 
nation of control of ibe Enterprise to a planet or 
on hostile region of spue with beaming down 
a crew to (he surface to investigate 0 mystery. 

Using the trusty mouse for control. Star Irek 
styles Its play in much Ihe some way as 
Monkey Islond. This point ond dick system of 
movement (s used in combination with a set of 
action kon*. 

A elkfc on the right mouse button brings up 
a torso and head display. Moving your mouse 
onto this disp-ay enlarges various ports of the 
Figure. This signifies which function can be 
utilised. 

For instance, moving the mouse onto ihe 
heed magnifies cm eye icon. One click of your 
mouse and you ore in a view made and means 
that objects cofi b# viewed and n text explana- 
tion of what you are seeing is displayed. 

As Jim, your prime directive is not to destroy 
everything in s!ghl r but to liaise with diplomacy 
by communicating, Tdklng is handled in much 
the some way as Monkey Island, with you 
given various options of what to say to a sokf 
character, 

Again, like so many things in Star Trek, ih 
graphical look is very much m the same vem as 
lilies like Monkey Island. Obviously this isn't a 
bad thing and the game's design is effective. 

In ihe sound deportment,. Star Trek is 
authentic enough and all the dkky noises and 
whoops that occur during the show how been 
sampled and used. 

Star Trek has o lot of plus poiivN to it. The 
missions require you ta use ot least a touch of 
your grey matter, and they're engaging ond 
Fun because of the TV show style of repress nta 
lion interplay hove opted For , 

On the downside, I Found that some of the 
animated sequences were wry jffiy and quite 


embarrassing to watch, One example is o digi- 
tised animation of the Enterprise orbiting a plan- 
et. This is sc jetty the first time I witnessed it 1 
was going to ask Scotty to stop at the next ser- 
vices and hove o look unde* the bonnet. 

The other main gripe is (he control system. 
Something that is a very user friendly end easy to 
become familiar wish is ruined by the terrible dis- 
play ond sluggish way in which your mouse 
pointer staggers around ihe screen , 

While we're am this destruction of the 
Enterprise and her beloved crew, I might cS Well 
mention the fact tbni the gome comes on eight 
disks, This halving been said, it’s o big gome, and 
“you canna change the lows of physics'. So, 
you 're going to need o black hole full of patience 
or a hord drive to Enjoy playing Star Trek, 

CM the whole though, Star Trek is on enjoy- 
able graphic adventure that most folk will take 
to, and a definite must (or the myriad of Tiekky 
Freaks in red jerseys out there, 

SIMON CLAYS 


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rfD^nooo 


DIFFICULTY 




0000000 


Films, poors, lerreys. 
even Mr SpOCk oars, 
so why nal a com- 
puter gome? Star 
Ti#Ie is a great apporhjnily 1o s!io into 
Jim's corset ar-d plav thee Opto n 01 
the most iomous spaceship ever to 
grace the space lon es. 


Pubi-sher > Inlesplay 
developer > in house 
Discs :► 8 
PritOX- EJ4.99 
♦ID Install * Yes 
$im > 2 meg 


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the start of the Jurassic adventure #nd the Dotted around the park an motion sensor* orith terminals attached, tou 

Doctor find* himself all alone. Awww can use them to gather hifannatiun and look at the map of the paddock 



T he bigges! movie of a I- time and ! didn't 
*ee it, but I did watch the dreaded hype 
machine roll irttfl Action, i may have 
missed the film, but I can tell you the 
storyline, who played who and whof dinosaurs 
were in iL ll r i all ihonks to the man media who 
wen! "dine" crazy lor a month lait year. 

While everyone was enthusing a haul how 
good the film was. Ocean, leading software 
house for film licences, were carefully planning 
their Juro4ait attach. Ocean's Manchester offices 
were constantly bustling with workers morning, 
noon and night trying to finish Jurassic Park. 

By live time ihey had eventually completed 
their task, the Dino fever hod calmed dawn, but 
along tame Ocean with the game that every kid 
wanted and probably got For Christmas, 

for those net familiar with Jurassic fork, 
htre'i o quick rvn-dawn of the plot. Thanks to 


astounding bio-technicd advances, a group oF 
scientists hove brought bock to life the most 
awesome creatures ever Po walk the face of the 
earth. 

These beosh are not : jy$t for scientist* though, 
because multi-millionaire John Hammond has 
decided to turn the most incredible animal pre- 


serve of oB’liffte into a (heme park. 

As Dr Alan Gran I, □ world -renowned 
palaeontologist, you have been invited to exam- 
ine ihe cloned dinosaurs. The creatures are moni- 
tored and controlled by o huge super-computer 
and you have been assured that you can explore 
Ihe island and see these breathtaking dinosaurs 


in complete safety. 

But something has gone terribly wrong ! I 
always does. Jurassic Park's computer prog- 
mer, Dennis Nedry, has sabotaged the set 
systems. Electrified fences and motion «r 
are down and hundreds of fearsome prefix 
predators have escaped their pens and p 



Well, it's certainly nul Euro Disney, 
although from wtial i can gather 
EunDisney is far more h m iif/l og ! 


It's Laura Dem and Dickie Attenborough. 
They don't look t» well though! 






Everybody walk the dinosaur 


Gallimimus 

Thre&e mild herbivares will noi aback you, 
bji are very easily disturbed and aie qusck 
to sta-npede They can mm extremely fast 
ord will rjn inti you unless you get ce< of 


Vrln<" ! raufvr 

Enlitled raptor for short this beast stands six feet 
tc! the most vicious dirwsaur that ever lived. They 
hunt in packs rand will attack just for the sport of 
ir. They can figure oui where you are, Ww to get 
to you and even split up to head you off 


Alternatively known as Camples. these small 
earn wares will abock in packs, weighing yog 
dawn by their sheer numbers. The- ccmpys will 
□Isa bile, fhc-ir venom weakens and wi|i evgmu- 
alfy paralyse you 


Trie era tops 

The hricerotops is neorly the size of on elephanl 
H is built low down to the e round with huge 
stumpy legs and c massive head with three 
horns,, the longest pnotr-ddifg from the middle of 
its face 'hey ore very easily slartlad and will 
charge you 


Dilophosaur 

Also known as the sp Iter this bur-fool high kon- 
garco-Sike animal seems playful and friendly.. 
When your guard ts dawn, a brilliantly coloured 
aest fans out over ils head and then tries to spit 
a venomous protect! le at you with speed and 
accuracy which can blind and paralyse 


Tyraitn*caiirii$ tex 

The Hex is the most fomous predator in history 
end is the classic blood-thirsty carnivore. 
Standing 1$ bet toll with a heed five feet long, 
the tyrannosaur has huge and powerful ;Ow 
which con swallow o men whole. They are 
capable of oaling a ton of bod at one lime 


DIFFICULTY 


Scares t» >ghly on the I * Y.jl 
IecN'cai fieri espe- Lri^lJ 
c laity the 3D maze | y- Jj 

iKtion, bsii it Is mmaM 
unlartiMvotely let flown by the low 
standard of playaoilily. 


Jurassic Park 


. to roam free cm the island. 

4: atari, spittori ond even the feared tyran- 
' - r us rex hove overrun the fortified visitors 
» re. As Dr Alan Grant you'll meed to accom- 

■ a number of increasingly difficult tasks 
re you're free to attempt the lOughest o*e of 
. getting yourself safely off ihe island. 

1 n begin the game stranded in the tyr-an- 
-rus paddock of Jurassic Park. Nearby, 

- where, are John Hammond's grandchildren, 
nod Lex. You must roam around the park, to 
•Hem, ond once found you most take them 
ugh various dinosaur paddocks to the visi- 
cfinlre-, 

(VIP ANT 

fh hundreds of fearsome dinosaurs running 

3 aont around the park, Dr Alan Grant mutt 
Kt himself with vqrioys weapons. You start 

red only with a Inzer, This basic weapon 

■ 5 out a belief electricity which will destroy 
t smaller dinosaurs and stun others* You'll 
other weapons dotted around the perk. 

■ . well os weapons, there ore pick-ups which 
be bund inside or outside erf buildings. You 

4 iced these items to complete your objectives 
get eul of Jurassic Park. Some df ihe more 

3"*on pick-ups are ammunition and first-oid 


-aughout the park are electronic motion 
ors. These ore used to keep tracks of the 
sours via the computer. Connected to the 
on sensors are terminals which can be used 
dl up information. You will also wed the ter- 
at* to control park functions, like opening 
fcs and doors. 

’-tost of Ocean's film licences tend to revolve 
and o multi-level formal incorporating differ- 


pregr- 
; seeur- 
i sens: 
rehistar 
md p: 


that when a raptor jumped out of the dark at graphics ond looks like one of the best film 

him accompanied by a orchestral stab from heft licence tie-ins ta ever grace the computer screen, 

he literally jumped oui of his seat. OK, so he got but unfortunately is let down by some really bad 

ridiculed for the best port of a week, but it just playability, This makes the game boring in parts 

goes to prove that Jurassic Park is very scary ond gamers ore easily going !o lose Interest with 

indeed. it which is a crying shame because, it could've 

The first section contains some quite luscious been a classic, 
graphics. They're highly detailed ond very 
colourful and rhe dinosaurs and same of the 
backdrops ore worth a second look. Your first 
go at Jurassic Park will probably be very excit- 
ing and highly enjoyable,, but as time progress- 
es the more tedious the run around section will 
become. 

Most of the dinosaurs except the really la*ge 
ones ore easy to kill, but they have a tendency 
to keep re-appearing and just annoy you mure 
than anything else. Luckily once you've complet- 
ed a section yog are given a code which can be 
typed in at a Icier date. 

The adventure comes on four disks and is not 
hard drive installable, so you'll spend quite a bit 
of lime swapping disks. As an example when 
you go Ito use one of the terminals you have to 
swop disks and this becomes very annoying 
indeed. Jurassic Pork contains some really great 


The biggest movie of all-time reaches 
the small screen, but is it a Jurassic 
classic or a monster Hop? 


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3D bis is actually inside the visitors centre ond 
you're slowly being hunted dawn by deodly rap- 
tors. The second section is much more atmospher- 
ic than the first thanks to the brilliant soundtrack. 

The graphics are dark and moody in this sec- 
tion and it really generates o spooky feeling 
within you. In fact, Amiga Computing staffer 
Adam Phillips was so stared when he played if 


qoming elements and Jurassic Paik is no 
fSweni. 

Ifm are two different sections to Ocean's 
=•0-' em-up. The first is viewed from above and 
■ ahres a iot of running around while trying to 
i John Hammond's grandchildren. 

■He second is a 30 maze affair done very 
> in rhe style of Woffenstein on the PC, The 


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Developer > In-house 
Disks > 4 
Price > S2S.99 
HD install > Yes 
Site > i mag 


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"Roll up, roll up. It's the 'egg'citing, 'egg'splosive, 
'egg'slravaganza- the return of Dizzy and this time he's 
'Fantastic'- allegedly. Tina 'corny jokes' Hackett takes a 
scrambled look at this egg-type platformer from Codemasters 




"Diamonds ere * girH best friend,'" and 
Dizzy's by the (neks of things 


1001 * Flights Of is tt day*? Effects time ctian-.-«* days info nights and nights into days 


he’s a good egg toiled the 
wood! and «e it lo cross the spikes 


And along with on ! v having three lives, She facl 
ihal Dizzy is not the most agile erf characters and 
cannot all the baddies will drive you up 

the wall 

Andthb is not id mention ihe sub-games such 
os the minc-carh where you have to travel along 
rail tracks avoiding the green monster creations 
ond ira bi d: rs at the end erf the tracks, whkh all 
combine lo make it increasingly difficult to keep 
your To jraWes Syndrome-type outbursts to 
yourself. 

The stunning backdrops should compensate in 
some way though and the many colours involved 
moke the game v*ry pleasing lo the eye, Bui 
what cm earth ore those huge black borders 
dawn the side for? And the layout of the screens, 
with some of the scenery In the foreground, 
proves irritating after a while especially when 


F antastic Dizzy is a puzzler/ plotformer 
whose mein character is on egg fai if 
you didn’l already know|. OK, so there 
is nothing wrong with the concept of 
having a game hosed around eggs. I mean why 
not’ There have been Alien Ant-boktng things. 
Spots, Blabs, ond all forms of cutesy critters (ran 
dogs to Hedgehogs, But Eggs? 

However five: minutes into the gome an awful 
reaBsationi hit me ■ I'm actually wjpying this siclt- 
eningly cule Stuff- The graphics are coLourful cmd 
detailed, the sprites humorous iaftbough nol high* 
ly ima not ve|i«d there ora loads of different 
areas to exploit. 

This I can cope with tut whol storyline con 
there possibly be behind ora egg? Well, appar- 
ently Daisy iij’izy's girlfriend, who is olio an 
egg) hai been kidnapped by the Wizard Zak 
who has also cast a magic spell on Dizzy's 
friends, life's tough for an egg, 

And what an original plot that one ijj not 
unlike any other plot for a platformer wfoalsaev’ 
er, Hmmm. Oh we0 r dedgy plot aside the go m>. 
tt actually quite good. 

There ore some great puzzle elements 
involved- Dizzy can carry up to three objects al 
one rime and each one will help you in same 


Van can't beat a bit of butty 
but tar Dizzy M's no yolk 

way. for instance you need to collect the plonk of 
wood ta help you cress the spikes or pick up var- 
ious keys far the elevators. 

‘'What's so difficult about this?" I hear you 
cry, Well, because you can only carry up to three 
abjects you need to work out which ones you 'Ll 
need to get you around an area. 

This is where it becomes extremely frustrating 




Biizy gets smashed In the mine-carts 
with a Strange green creature 


AUDIO 


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with some interesting I I II W 
puzzle elei men's [*! " Jl 
which shoulif keep 
you amused for a fan white, (tl you 
dan tend up smashing your joystick 
In Irusirotion first!) 


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Genesia - a game 
of creation 
and power for 
1 to 3 players. 

The owner of a small land, you 
must expand and develop 
your population to become the 
most significant in the world 
of Genesia. In 5 worlds, each 
requiring unique strategies, you 
must manage everything, from 
food and water to employment 
and taxes. 

Will you conquer the lands of 
your 2 opponents, or form an 
alliance with them in an 
attempt to recover the seven 
missing jewels? 

Only with a strong economy, 
powerful army and new 
technology will you fulfil 
your ambitions. 



MINDSCAPE 

Mindscape International Ltd., 
Priority House, Charles Avenue, 
Mailings Park, Burgess Hill, 

West Sussex RH15 9PQ 
Tel: 0444 246333 
Fax: 0444 248996 

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A helpful mode of transport l think you'll agree. A sneaky 
way to get lots of Strepvily err I mean tokens 


P la iForme n come ond go wifhoul » 
much 05 n second glance from ihe 
games-playing publ-c. So why should 
Cool Spoi be any different What's 
ooinq to make this relsase stand cul from count 
less others* 1 Huvn fai'h believe me - this is 
different. 

Firsl I saw the console version, ond gob 
smacked by il I was loo! ! awaited ihe Amiga 
release wilh boiled breath. I screamed, cried 
sulked and biackmaited my wny to reviewing I I 
mean, a girl's got to do whol a girl's got to do. 
And boy. il was worth the effort 

Smoother than the guy' s chm off ihe Gi lerle 
advert*. Faster them a Fe'rar .. and more playable 
ihqn your lithe cousin's Scale^lric, Cod Spat is 
quile something. 

Gf(. so the game is based around a small, red 
dol, bul hey, who cares? Certainly not me guvner, 




Spat messes wilh the big cheeses. Wilti 
out for those traps though, they can erttw 
propel yon to new heights or...,, splat! 


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Virgin have taken the most undesirable 
of undesirables - namely a facial blemish 
- and turned it into a computer game, 
lina Hackett goes dotty ever Cool Spot 


Captain Bird's Eye says 'sniff my 
codpiece" in the docks level 

ond especially when playability is lb s dam good 
and ihe liide character so well animated 

He lolls along, huge framers end all, arms 
swinging m his sides bdting cw F he hasn't a care 
in the world not looking even slightly perturbed 
that oil his triends hove been kidnapped and 
locked in cages, and thal he must rescue ihem. 

He must colled a certain 
number ol red tokens which 
can be Found around the 
level, before he eon locate and 


then bias! open the eoge containing 
one of his chums,, ihus rescuing him. 

Other objects con be bund and will 
help Cool Spot considerably such as 
sup^r-cool counters worth seven nor- 
mal tokens, or one-ups usually hidden 
behind parts of the scenery. 

The scenery itself ccn also help. 

Coal 5poi can get around by means of 
Booling ba looms, bldbby bubbles and 
bouncy bubbles Parts of scenery con 
also he moved by pushing oggm$l 
them 

r Cool Spot is armed with fizzy 

drinks bombs which he must lire at Ihe various 
ene*ru« he will encounter throughout ihe many 
levels. Cod Spot must moke his 
wcny through heaches, 
where he must 
Hk avoid nipping 
crustaceans. 



most co-ordinated ggmesplayer. 

The e*;epficndiy wonderful graphics ana tort 
linnl sound effects will ensure that you dadl 
become bared loo. The funky/ jazz /re: ad 
music will cater for oil tastes and is well m , J 
some of the usud platform dross 

Nice touches, such as the way Cool 
y-Owns when leh standing, ar wipes his sungcJ 
es, show the huge amount d attention to 
that has been lavished on this release 

M r Cod is definitely the spot with the k*f 
platformer addicts everywhere will lurve il ym 
went to have its bdbtes. 

TINA HACKET" 



If CM- 
Qca \ ec* 

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* PnLUlU/ * m i 

I | w» going to do a pretty 'bwrnit' to thaw 
alt the coflKtibl**' but hey! - no need when 
this sums up what you need to 


cupboard shelves, manic mica who throw cheese 
d him. and piers infested with dive-bombing bees 
to name but cr tew 

The gameploy, although not oil foot varied, 
remams dial enging for a fair while especially 
w ih ihree levels of difficulty to choose from The 
platforms you need to jump from w ; ll lax even Hbe 

Hiding an the crest of 
a ware complete wilh 
groovy wipe-out 10411 


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Cott Spe? nos been 
we it animated ii 
gra phico lly brilliant 
□net plenty of amus- 
ing touches rave sees coded !o 
make this an encepitaflai platlnrrner. 
Buy if or bt c biackhe-od toreveii 


Publisher > Publisher Vlr jin 
D* ve oper > In house 
Disks > 3 
Price > £29 99 
hd install > Ho 
Sms > meg 















Pirates Gold 


"Yo, ho, ho and a bottle of rum", 
"on a dead man's chest", and other 
piracy*type conversational titbits - it's 
time for some treasure that's been 


rediscovered on your CD32 


l Mk h, who! a comanik noli on. To sail the 
mWL seven seas.. to explore uncharted 
|J waters, and most of all to leek your 
■ fortune by finding hidden treasure, 
only life fighting it oat on the Spanish Main 
been like it seems in Errol Flynn movies. 

I tonic, nice shiny boots, a big sward and a 
1 princess with o penchant for pirates, 
a meet her in Scene Two when your sloop 
ms her fathers bullion boot, You ransack the 
and afterwards she demands you be well 
Scoffing,, you replace your trusty blade in 
i scabbard. 

Having raped and pillaged your way around 
‘others boat, yaw and the crew take her leave 
singing a plrote-like ditty, confident in the 
that *he f s fallen in love with your non- 
it, happy-go-lucky attitude- 

=ly, the reality of the situation was 
in the First place you'd have been presj 
inlo joining the band of miserable deck 

smart tunic, no shiny boats. Just a dirty 
sock shirt, gangrenous beard and a green 
; that follows you around everywhere. 

these porameton for your apparel W 
cal look, it comes os no surprise that the 
i's mure chance of Hie beautiful senorita run- 
off with Captain Pugwosh lhan your good 

Given Hie reality of the situation it's a goad fob 
hr the imagination of Hollywood and computer 
*^rfare programmers. 

Although Pirates tabs most of its romantic 
ntmetit from Hotly wood, large chunks of the 
* maries are lifted directly ham the annuls of 

v Ajry, 

For instance, you can choose to unbuckle your 
over a period of some 150 years, taking 
'he mantle of a flrit or a number of now £C 
ibtre who we Inglish wtfen't very friendly 
at the time. 

If becoming s Spanish pirate, or a French 
ajrrnturer isn't enough to satiate your desire for 


pM V«n and me 
world, eh? 


plundering friendly, defenceless traders, then you 
can don the garb of a famous explorer or one of 
the more infamous rogues to sail the high seas. 

Having pondered aver whether to play 
Captain Morgan or Francis Drake, you haw the 
opportunity to make a Few other choices that 
have a direct bearing on your future. 

for example, you con adjust the difficulty level 
and mace Imporjonty select your special ability. 
This range of skills varies horn expertise with a 
sword through to charm with officials and more 
importantly, the ladies* 

Once you've deliberated over your options, 
if I time to cost off and head out into the blue and 
briny. The basic aim is to journey around various 
areas of the Caribbean strengthening your ship, 
bolstering your band of jolly Jock tors and seek- 
ing your fortune. 

There are various ways to achieve this mast 
roguish of task, each ol which revolve around 
piracy on the high sees. You could choose to 
work for the governor of a particular island, fol- 
lowing orders and reaping the rewards that 
being in his employ bring. 

Alternatively, you can follow your own instinct 
and toko to the briny in search of untold if en- 
sures and wreck havoc in the shipping lanes of 
ihe traders, purely far your own benefit. 

However, a life on the ocean waves is also 
fraught with danger for pirates, Far one, there 
ore quite a few alher pirate- 
type people knocking around 
the mo ones whoVe been ci it 
far longer than you will hove 
been (you con ge n e roily 
assume that by the fad that 
they con do a better "Ha ho 
hurled* ihanyou). 

Also your crew need theiir 

On guevd! Tfiis is 
bit where you truly 
unbuckle your sWAsh 

And swing your 
short swards about 


Row, row, row your boats merrily down 
the stream, huh, what ■ *Hip caption! 

feed, grog tied plundering; morale must be kept 
□1 o level which keeps them subdued- Failure to 
maintain your boys results in a murrey, which 
ultimately means you ending up in a rawing bool 
i n just your pants with your tricorn showing* 
Keeping everybody on board smiling means 
landing at friendly ports to stack up on food, 
booze and debauchery, it also serves as a fine 
opportunity la charm the town's gentry and per- 
haps find yourself « gossiping wife who may 
reveal the location of daddy's assets. 

All of the soiling end fighting is displayed 
using vn overhead view. You control your ship's 
direction and can increase and decrease your 
speed using your masts and sails, 

Thu outcome of a battle can depend on many 
different things. For instance, if the wind is light 
then you con get caught end stand a good 
chance of catching a broadside. 

However, if everything is favourable Hie basic 
abjective Is to render the enemy immobile and 
then maraud with your greasy boarding party. 

Once you've boarded, trie play alters to a 
sward fight between you and ihe opposing cop- 
lain, the winner taking the spoils. 

This updated version of MkroPnose's earlier 
release doesn't differ loo greatly apart from a 
really neat ray traced animated intro and a prop- 
er Cornish pirate-type jig soundtrack. 

Although there don't Mem to he too many 
radical changes from ihe original Pirates, the 


After you've been sailing around tor weeks 
on end, it's nice to do A bit of stopping 

whole gome seems to benefit from both the slick 
accessing of a CD, and the atmospheric advan- 
tages this media grants you. 

On the whole Pirates is a mw-e-lhan-ployable 
foray into the folly of days of aide, when men 
were men and parrots were either quiet or 
stuffed, 

Even though most of the game has been part- 
ed Isoiling type joke, no?| aver from the Amigo 
500, Pirates Is still well worth your pieces of 
eight. 

SIMON CLAYS 


VISION 


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AUDIO 1 
DIFFICULTY | 




INSTABILITY 


ooooooo 


Shiver me limbers. 

Micr&Pfose nave 
Irashened up Pirates 
lor o new genre and 
tweated it guile nicely, n the loea of 
sailing around an a large plant, at 
wood with o bona ot moustachioed 
blokes in search of turned treasure 
shoots your cannon, then this is defi- 
nitely the one for you. 


Publisher* MicroPros 
Developer* tn house 
Price* £ 29.99 














Skidmarks 


Burn rubber, slam dowr 
the accelerator, and 
skid like you've never 
skidded before in 
Acid Software's amazin 


Y et another car racing gams, but hey 
it's got u comedy title ore) it's one of 
the mast playable and addictive Irllfc 
numbers I've ever laid my hands on, 
i don't know about you. bul i absolutely lurve 
racing games. They hnng out my competitive 
human spirit which n a bit <?T q dangerous thing 
la do- I imtarturotefy turn into a dribbling psy- 
chopath who will take an everyone in the whale 
world and try and beat them into submission, 

The only slight problem is thol if I lose 1 get 
these really bad Feelings of intense hate and have 
la go and lie down in a darkened room until I'm 
calm once (none, Call it bod sportsmanship but F 
can't help myself. 

This always happens when I'm playing a 
racer, Why? I don't know, but my psychiatrist 



/ 



Those sk i-dmarks are building up. better 
Mil those pants! Cheap gag 1 know, but 
it's the only one on the whole page 


little racer 


by gaily it work*. The objective is to rote (wound 
1 2 tracks against three other competitors {either 
human Of camputer-tOnfroWedf and thus fry to 
win the race, 

You receive points for (he position you finish in 
- the higher the position the higher the paints and 
the rater with the mast points after completing 
the HI frocks is. the champion, 

Ware you start, you musi select your cor from 
four, You must decide between a for if he. 
Camara, Monster Truck or Dirt Buggy and which 
particular shade of paint you want your motor in, 
I can heartily recommend the jade or the light 
purple! 

The number of different curs you can haw w*l| 
depend an the amount oi memory in your com- 
puter and whether you are using the enhanced 


COT, all of which have been lovingly ray Hit: 
The Tracks are just as good and ore *- 
designed and no matter how long you play ' 
don't get tedious. 

The graphics and sound are amazing 
what rectify makes Skifktorks stand oul ham 
rest is the fad that it is so playable. With * 
playability being so goad this in-tom mcr»- 
one of the most addictive little racers you 
buy. 

With more track disks cm the way from - 
Software you're almas! guaranteed you'll ne 
get oared. I could go on for hours prolong ' 
game but I realty only need to say two wo 
Buy it. 

JONATHAN MAD DOC 



told me to keen taking the pills and stay well 
away from them. Then oul of the slue, Skidmarks 
happened |oh dcari. 

My whale attitude changed literally overnight 
and it's alt thanks to those wonderful people at 
Acid Software who have created the cure to my 
problem. 

If l win I'm happy, but now if I lose l r m still 


AGA can. 

The AGA tars are dighlfy mare detailed than 
the bagi-standnrd cnes - as on example the AGA 
cars have numbers on them. Nat that useful I 
know, but often its these little touches that turn 
goad piece of software into a excellent one. 

Another nice touch while we’re on the subject 
is that when die cars go around the frock they 
leave skidmarks behind them, and the hack 
eventually becomes chewed up. 

There are three modes of play in Skidmarks; 
Practice, Match race and Championship, Practice 
lets the individual player race fhe frocks without 
any core petti ion. Match race if for competing in 
one-off races an any frock, while championsh p 
lets the ptoyer or p dyers participate in a six -frock 
series competing For points. 

As with most racing games, it's more satisfy- 
ing campeii'-.g against a friend rather than yaw 
computer and Skidmarks is no different, By link- 
ing up two Amigos with a standard null modem 
cable you can have a four player tom! 

The two -player option is a bit restrictive 
though because the screen halves and! unfortu- 
nately you m less track but plenty of practice 
will pul that right 

One of the best features of Skidmarks which 
I've failed to paint out until now is the standard 
of the graphics. To say that they are excellent is 
quite on understatement., 

There are 600 homes of animation ter each 


he opy and il's all because Skidmarks is so much 
fun. I con forget about my bss mstoulfy because 
no sooner have I finished arte gome then I've 
started the next race-up. 

There is one snog in al this, and that is that 
I m completely addicted to it now and I'm having 
real trouble trying to turn my computer off. 
You're damn lucky that you've got this review to 
read, and it's only because I left Skidmarks at 
home and wasn't able to play it in the office. 

Skidmarks, if you haven't guessed from the 
screamhah. on the page Is a four-way trailing 
isometric race-'eimup from heH. To came up 
with new ideas far a racer must be 
incredibly difficult, but Acid 
software have treat- 
^ ^ ed a little beaut of a 

game that really 
doe; shine against 
its competitors. 
Overdrive by 
Team t7 is per- 
Pwji 1 hops the only riud 

* that tomes dose to 

i being as good os 

« Skidmarks. 

The idea behind the game isn't that 
original -and wither is it that interesting bur 



Cm, all I need now is * 
bwes to jump over! 



AUDIO 


DIFFICULTY 


5k dmarks has gar- rl fill 
geo js gmphics, M 1 win 
superb sour-d and is r*W Vi f 
Highly playable and 
unbelievably addictive. Avery 
polished racer tiial totally destroys all 
rls competitors! 


OQOOOGOO 0 


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Developers- Acidi Software 
frisks > 4 
Price ► 125. W 
WD Install ► Yes 
Stic * l meg 





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I t's a ttfyige dd world isn't $ how 
many timet punters, haws you had d£/a 
vu? rd guess probably a W times, ktt not as 
many ns yo^s truly, who sa« replkas of ibe 
same game ideas- repealed se'-erd lines a week 
Oddly enough.. the most common done of efl is 
the racing game. After oil A you moke a bog-stan- 
dard platformer, at iecstl the character con look 
slightly diftereni from the lost you saw. 

Bud in HKe racing circuit, there's enfy one define 
•ive set of trades, one set of tars with the same mark- 
ings and one set of named drivers. 

As a rule, cor races ore the tyoe of game I've 
always revelled in ond enjoyed, but there does come 
o time when a genre becomes "tyred 1 ' ond the 
propertied ‘exhaust' 1 becomes exhausted. 

This is not lo say that there hasn t been a baat-lood 
of cSasras (Jong the w You've C*dy go* to take a 
Idtfe look at the likes of Formula t Grand Ptm or 
Vraom to nppneoioto whad □ dossy racing gome's 
driving at. 

Uncannily enough the link here is that Domark's 
latesi offering to dw games world is programmed by 
non other than Lankhcr, ibe people behind Vrocm. 


release. So with ibis in mind let s don our overaSs. 
walk gingerly aver to the pits and find out whether 
F-l is o blow out on the first lap. or o model snog- 
t:ing. champagne-spurting winner. 

naywise everything hegms in the Options menu, 
where you determine ise type of race you word to 
run. You can decide to train or* any of the 12 trades 
that farm the world championship, to familiarise 
yourself. 

You can also select an arcade versfon of F* t 
which puts you cm the seif some tracks , bu“ asks you 
to overtake on increafcngly larger number of octet to 
qualify' for the next circuit Lost but by no means 
least ;s the fu$i blown Workd Championship mode 


The tws-playcr Option gives you the chance to battle It out dflllnst ■ 

At long last it's the green light. 

The ideal opportunity to take on 
the mantle of Mr Mansell! Blame 
everybody for everything including 
your own mistakes and generally 
suffer from a strange accent... 


This puts you up against oil the lop drivers vying for 
points ewer all -he worlds top circuits or allows you 
to choose on individual track to compete on. 

Success,, as usual means points for prizes., wilh u 
win giving you ten points towards f<e drivers cham- 
pionsh.p and the some quantity gairsg to the con- 


structors in their battle to be the best 

As usual in this style of title you cm adju^ 
skill level to render it playable in the ear:, 
and to grve you some challenge once you * 
tered the control end courses. 

Skill levels tan be adjusted between the 


RACKS 



On jror marks . get set, oh. ge 
on then . wiggle that joystick 

I don‘1 know how many of you remBmber Yroom, 
but let me tell you it was a classic. French software 
house lan khcr worked wanders ond probably pro- 
diced the fostosl Formula 1 racing game ever for 
the Amigo 

Well . now they're bards with lheir second offering 
with the full and unadulterated approval of the 
motor racing sports governing body, the F|A. Whot 
this means is fhat the game con feature all the offi 
cid frocks, drivers, CDfufructors and advertisers. 

Someone please correct me,, but bar the odd 
no me, everyone's used all of the abore wihout I* 
oRicid recognition of their product, so I don't think it 
means that much. However. ifs □ nice touch I Sup- 
pose, and will no doubt help F-l to sefl a tad more 
easily. 

Thgt said, the- proof is in the pudding and it's the 
piety and look that will determine the Success af this 



■■i 

SAN MARINO - I rrmia 

Here's a track that will having you driving 
Id your limit, the course is very fast, but 
try to remember where the chicane* an as 
they'll require some hectic braking. 


MONOCO - Monte Carlo 
Probably the most famous circuit io the 
world. Raced on the streets, yetfll find 
qualification as important as the race 
since overtaking is rea% tricky. 


FRANCE - Castelet 
Situated between Toulon and 
Marseille, Castelet has cue of the 
m°&t spectacular chkant section* 
of any motor racing circuit 



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IHTERLAGOS 


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URF" 1'30"3£ G*^« 




- -Jj[ BRAZIL 
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T?' - TIME I tS‘-‘Je LPP 

=.EH~ L^- I E ' IZ G.P. 


Well, at least 
you can't 
clamp my front 
wheel HOW 


* I’ll have l packet fff crisps, 4 l»i of watches and 4 paper, please 


. ibot the novice drives., right through to 
i LporaraftuB, laghtrang fast ones, of the Wp«tv 
fau also have the option to n ler the wings c. 

■ rod and much of this depend on the track 
•Mich you ore competing. for example, setimg 
wings in a low position guves you less drug grv 
ou a higher lop speed, whereas o high setting 
lies in reverse and makes you slick like the 
stuff. 

iu ofso hov# the opportunity to change your 
the gearbox and juts about everything else 
able. In fad. one of the onfy things you can't 
is ygyr underwear after you we careered into 
□d hoarding. Once you re an the grid you con 


TEARS 


ClH- 




HTTAIIU - Siiversfone 
Riverstone has been r««itiy revised 
mcause It's just t» fast. MOW the dr- 
art k one of the mart challenging 
wound. 




id 


H • 


EIPB 

CIRMAfW - Hockenheim 

t dangermo forested, circuit which 
it mainly made up of straights, 
four car should be aligned to a 
tew downforce setting. 


elect to qualify c * op straidKt into the actual race. 
Attempting to qualily is probably best polity m 
you have a chance to improve your position on the 
Slarlinq grid, rather than the default positron to the 
nesr or the grid. 

After □!" the preparation work, it’s finally time la 
test your skill and nerve in (be race Graphically , M 
i$ very similar to its older brother Vroom, and has 
&*e same fed as it, 

This is by no means a bad thing as Vroem not only 
looked good, but moved at a tremendous rale « 
knots , li you'd like proof of the speed of F-l, just 
select the Turbo made and walch your car fiy 
around be frock. If you have any trouble during the 




fe* 


BELGIUM - Spa 

A popular circuit due to the precision 
required t* Wt f»t tap times. However, 
contains ■ particularly dangerous first 
bond as the cars rush from the grW. 





LfidLc ^ 

f wl r #P4*V|'r fciB& ■- 
k - JLfe Uiafie it- .ffh. 


FT ALT - Monza 

Tht iokI keerodibie part of this 
track is the top gear Parabolka 
corner which leads onto the 
start-finish straight. 


Here's ih* Ml of paper (hat Murray Walker 
reads from on a Sunday afternoon 

course of race ihen you con enter the good old 
pit lane Here you car, got your mechanics to bradt 
into a sweat, changing your tyras Of refuelling your 
sporty motor. However, time being of the utmost 


5nc 


' ’ 15 

m *■ ■■' 


r.Jiwi’w 



PORTUGAL - Estoril 
A circuit comprised of k*9 SWMping 
bends. OvEiiaking isn't too difficult US 
long as you are prepared to leave the 
racing line. 



AUSTRALIA - Adelaide 
A street circuit which may have you wishing 
you selected an auto gearbox . Setting the 
car Is a difficult (ask on this course » ft 
contains long straights and tnrkty sections. 




;imu 


MKUSE 


Thk is the options «ree* which Is almost 
as interesting 3S Nigel Maxell 

importance in the high tech wedd of motor rating, 
you've no time to get yourself a nice mundiy bar or 
glance ol the overpriced tapes,, il's straight back 
'mto the race. 

FWbapj the ban option of all is Tbs lwtyplayer 
split screen game. This allows you la race against 
non only the other competitors, but also one at your 
mates 

To o tanqe extent F - 1 b very similar to ta cider 
brother Vroom with a few alterations. This said, it s 
a quality product and njns exhemely smaaihly an 
the Atari, hi Fact, I'd go as b r as to say that F I 
could became the definitive arcade racer on the 
Amigo, 

SIMON OAYS 



*★*★-*-*★■*■ A ■* 


riCTJITY 


*★★★ + ***** 


' instability 


*-***★*★★** 


Hlc# graphics cou- 
pled wiin qniicrl 
play, make Donvark s 
F-l a must tor all 
lovers at a quality aieode racing 


88% 


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Labyrinth 


w 


warn 


Another purpose-built CD33 
game's about to come crashing 
into your shops, but only as long as 
you can find your way through... 



N ow, before you jump to all (iht 
wrong conclusions lee me reassure 
you. labyrinth has nothing to do 
with the film of the some name. 

There' s no crooning thin white .Juke 
with a pair tff clip-on ears and there's no mua- 
pets with frank Q* r i arm stuffed up their rear 
portion. 

Labyrinth of Time, to use its full title, is like 
nothing ever ta grace the pages of this magazine 
before. Converted from the PC by American pro- 
grnituhefs Electronic Arts, labyrinth is shrkfiy for 

the cm 

The main reason Tor this is the fact that (he 3D 
images and locations you visit in this adventure 
title are all rendered using 256-cofour ray tracing 
techniques. Beroit I go any further' its got to be 


Oh no r another subway bc^yar 
after 10p fur a cup ffl l*a 


said that the visual aspects of this piece of soft- 
ware ore quite literally brearhtoldrig. As far as a 
game goes these are the best graphics this 
reviewer has ever seen on an Amiga. 

However, being the suspicious pessimistic 
type, arid having seen software before that has 
had superb graphics but absolutely no depth or 
playability, judgement remained sceptical until a 
later point. 

The story starts os you moke your way home 
from work. Ibis seems a very depressing point to 
start an adventure, but I suppose at feast it 
doesn't start before work on a wet Monday 
morning. 

Leaving your office you head out on your 
normal route home via the subway system. You 
go through the normal motions and slip into 




This, lovely Greco door entrance es offset by two matching flffigta* 


Hey man, there's a pyramid art the end of 
tbe hotel lobby. Hum, this is unusual. 1 
wonder H I've been- spiked? 






il 



heavy 


auto-pilot as you wail For your subway train. 

As usual its lata and when you do finally 
board the tram you one given over to o strange 
sensation. No, it’s not fair dodeing or same sicko 
trying to molest you, it J i something different 
altogether. 

The next thing that you see is a stranger in 
very odd attire, ft's at this point that pull need 
to do some swotting an youc Greek mythology, 
because among this, ancient Mayan culture and 
the Wild West, (he story revolves. 

But, mythology first, because the stranger is 
nano other than that famous personality from 
Greek mythology Daedalus. Who? I bear you 
Scream, Daedalus. Never heard of him? 

Well, far )hcw of you don' I know, and 1 have 
to confess ha wasn't on my Christmas card list, 
Daedalus is the person who constructed the maze 
an Crete for King Minas. 

Although he's, long since dead, Daedalus is a 
prisoner of the king and is being farced ta con 

BF JL 

lift 


struct a new mate which irvlertwir 
through the very fabrk of lime - 
kids? 

Daedalus goes on to tefl you that 
is the ruk.'i in rhe land of the dead, and 
intention to return from the dead ta 
mortals once more. 

To achieve this unpleasant cmbii-c- 
intends to use the labyrinth's paw?” ‘a i 
place and time in history. Unfortune 
Daedalus, he is powerless to do anything 
vent the naughty King bom achieving lhi« i 

This is where you come in. You mi 
Daedalus ond itap the labyrinth's cc 
destroying it, Well, beats the bores.: 
monotony of the old nine to five rut E suppe-* 

Sc r there you are in a subway tram w * 
exits and a massive 275 plus llocar — 
explore. 

Labyrinth must be the most psychedelic 31 
have ever had the good fortune la see. t*c 
in Its artistic style, but dso in the mysticc 
centres itself an ond the surreal nature sr 
locations you visit. 

We can only speculate on the mi"d! - 
programmers who conceived Lobyrinlh ar< 
ard 0 shrewd guess that they are nrcar* 1 
isontj of the late 4Qs who hod that littie s 
much LSD ond now reside in an acid ct 
ward. 

for example, one moment you are 
through the lobby af an old 19th Center - 
one ?hF: next youVe in a medieval maze v 
emo bung#. But oil ibis poles into insignr 
when you step into the realm of the sumps' 
acid flashback or what? 

Labyrinth uses a pdnhmd-dkk teef 
explore the locatim*, At the bottom of the 
ote 0 set of leans which are responsible hy 
octicfts, For instance you can examine 


If* Mn?p ( 'enter faring north 



This must be ttta pub 1 was quViti ng for. The Bull's Head 








Claming accidentally ItWinll th* window of a bus 
shelter, Marvin w» astonished to discover that the 
fractal on the wall was of more interest than Hit mysterious 
mirage of his own planet reflected lit the glass 


Thai world's ecology breathes a sigh of 
relief as flonald McDonald is decapitated 




open and dose things and take and move things, 
It's reminiscent of the very old school of 
adventure games which rather than using a party 
of elided adventures, use you as the principle 
character and display your view on the screen. 
Because of the fad that Labyrinth uses you as 
the hero rather than a strapping band of do- 
gooders, there are less controls and statistics to 
be concerned, or rather confused about, 

I have to say at this point that l found 
Labyrinth totally engrossing and the most Involv- 
ing title that I’ve had the good fortune ta get my 
hands on. This surprises me to a certain extent as 
I never thought that this type of tide cwAd HtiHote 
me as much as it has. 

One of the main reasons for this is the unusual 
nature of the plat and same of the bizarre loca- 
tions that you have to visit. The other thing that 
strikes you is the fact that there is little or no vio- 
lence in Prat all. 

In fact, thus far I've not encountered any nas- 
ties at all. This is guile refreshing as most adven- 
tures cram as many naff skeletons and dumb arcs 
in to them as is passible* 

One of labyrinth's strengths is its story. At the 
beginning you know very little, but as you 
progress the plot develops m a very exciting but 
natural way. This is very cleverly manufactured 
and adds depth ta the ptay r 



as the titbits you uncover acts os dues to the 
salving of the maze. 

Also, the puzzles are extremely odd bul well 
thought out and have a mce feel of surreal com- 
mon sense about them. At this point on example 
would be extremely convenient, but l know it 
would ruin the satisfaction you'll get when you 
salve them for yourself - honest Wi not o lame 
excuse lo cover up for th* fact that l didn't solve 
any . 

Graphically Labyrinth is unsurpassable, it fust 
looks the dog's conkers and it's full of nice 
graphical touches. One such touch within 
Labyrinth is the foot that you con examine 
objects by zooming in close art them, revealing 
them in their full ray-traced glory. 

Most of the haunting nature that is captured 
within labyrinth Is down la the sound track. It's 
a combination of ambient tunes arid th* Scotty 
Doo musk, but if works ta groat affect and really 
helps general* that all. important atmosphere 
that normally is missed In most gomes- 

■fhere are also 0 great deal of sound effects 
involved, with the music Labyrinth boosts aver 
25Mb, even dawn ta the sound of a toilet flush- 
ing - don't osk- 

The bottom line is that labyrinth is a superb 
addition to the adventure genre, It has amazing 
stylised graphics and a level of depth and playa- 
bility seldom found in computer games these 
days. It's great news for punters who've put 

oamg 


faith in Commodore and bought themselves a 
CD32, because this is a title which starts to truly 
show a Rtfle of the machine's capability. 

if you awn a CD32 I urge you to get down ta 
your local computer emporium ond buy this 
engrossing title, it'll have you grinning from- ear 
to ear in na time* 

SIMON CLAYS 


VISION 


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AUDIO 


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DIFFICULTY 


00000000 


LASTABILITY 


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laftynnh has every- 
thing about it to 
more it a classic in 
th* adv enture games 
sphere A real vnnner with eveiy ele- 
ment a piece of compuie* soriware n 
Supposed to have superb in every 
department 



P ub !i sher > Electronic Arts 
Developer > Electronic Arts 
hica > 424.99 



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Tornado 




.V'. . «„• .-•.KWss' 



Site flies like a bird in the 
sky, she flies through the 
air and i wish that she was 
mine *** That's the Tornado 
folks, not Maggie or the 
Nimble ad, honest 


I ’h nk ir'i fair to say ItiQi around the NAAFI 
bon of NATO forces there's one plane that 
has the reputation and respect of pilots 
and eng inters dike. 

The Tornado,, or Panovio Tornado CM 
In terdictor/ Strike (IDS) and F.3 Air Defence 
Variant (ADV], is a plane with one hell of a repu 1 
tali on and quite a long name Swell just refer to if 
os the Twnodoh 

IT you kept abreast of the war in the Gulf, 
youll be more than aware of ihe role that the 
Tomodo ployed In the first Few vital days. 

The whole of the Allied strategy depended 
strongly on air supremacy. To achieve this task, 
the Tornado was charged with destroying all of 
ihe Iraqi airbases. 

As history now tells us, the Tornado was as 
good OS its ward and successfully implemen ted! a 
most crucial part of the Allied offensive. 

The reason it succeeded so effectively and with 
so few losses is because of its ability ho fly into 
enemy territory at high speeds, at such a low glli- 
tade, and to deliver Hs lethal pqytood wilh such 
devastating accuracy. 

Included in Digital Integration’s simulation are 
both of the aforementioned Tornado types. The 
ADV is equipped as a long-range, long- 
endurance two-seat interceptor. It carries a spe- 
cial radar equipped for oir-to-arr combat and a 
hedlhy slock of radar-guided missiles. 

Its stable companion, the GR4 r bos an alto- 
gether different role, and finds itself utilised lor 
pinpoint bombing and recce work. 

The firs! thing you notice about Dl's simulation 
Is the size of the manual included in the packag- 
ing. Now, I’m not Implying that ihe size of the 
manual improves the power of the gome, in fact 
for from it. 

But, in Tornado's case you have a very com- 
prehensive and user friendly piece of literature, 
which is concise and informative, 

This is indeed a good thing because the mak- 
ers of Mb Combat Pilot hove come up with 
probably ihe most accurate flight simulator to 
appear an the Amiga. 

Testimony to this is the foct that the mission 



Inside the cockpit our brave pilot 
circles above the MIS in VAlrt search 
of South Minims services 

planning system Digital Integration developed for 
Tornado has been authorised for service in ihe 
RAF by the Ministry of Defence. 

Obviously it's not the exact same system and 
has been developed by o company specialising 
m computer software for the military. But, the 
rudiments and specifications of the system ore 
uncannily similar. 

Being the war car respondent for Amiga 
Computing, I was given the uncertain job of fly- 
ing this beast. The first thing that greets you in 
Tornado is the options 
screen. Here you can 
choose to fly o iimufo- 
TOf, select a training 
mission or fly in o com- 
bat mission. 

The other thing you 
con elect to do is alter 
the preferences. Most 
objects and landmarks 
can have their detail 
adjusted. Unfortunately 
even, on the A 1200 to achieve any speed In ploy 
you have to play on the lowest detail level. 

Before venturing into the cockpit cf the real 
McCoy (please excuse the artistic licencel. it's 
best to spend some time on the simulator. 

You can select from 17 varying missions 
which should prepare you for real training 
Flights. The root joy here Is that there's no danger 



Ob no, it’s Raymond Again, Artd he's 
riding shotgun in the cockpit 


of making those little mistakes 
and errors of judgement which 
inevitably change your line From 
a stocky six foot to a very thin 
two miles. 

Once you're happy thert 
you're conversant wilh the dis- 
plays and instrumentation and 
the most dangerous thing you're 
likely lo (ta i* mount the kerb 
when you reverse your Tornado 
into the garage, it's into the air 
with you. 

Training foatanes a total of ten different mis- 
sions for you to sink your teeth into and in all 
cases when you've completed them you get a 
nice little tick from teacher. 

Although it's next imperative to complete all the 
training missions, each one gives you experience 
in aspects of the Tornado flight parameters and 
its different bombing techniques. 

After tome time rehearsing manoeuvres this 
pilot finally took to' the air. There ore three differ- 
ent wainones to fly aver r each featuring a told of 
M missions each. 

Alternatively you may fed up to the challenge 
of the campaign 
option which throws 
you into conflict in oil 
three zones. Here 
there are a total of 
some 24 objectives 
la overcome, and 
because it's a real 
scenario the missions 
hove to be complet- 
ed sequentially. 

As you meander 
over to the hangar in 
your lycra jumpsuit you can ponder aver a few 
other options. For in stance , you can examine 
your waypoints and determine the height, speed 
and target objective* necessary. 

Also, you have the option to adjust the pery 
load on board your Tornado, either to suit the 
mission type or yourself. Alternatively you can 



A couple ol wild Tornados (Law 

Iraq us flatten us J arc caught here rails wf j 
on the grass, before embarking an i»* 
complicated nesting procedw* j 

leave il all to your trusty pal the Amiga. 

Another very nice touch in Tornado is 
explore mode. This feature allows you to rim 
o waypoint and then zoom into areas of the 
world. 

This acts in the some manner as perhn:. 
intelligence network, which allows you 
knowledge of Ihe installations you're o 
destroy and the defence systems which 
them. 

As a simulator, Tornado differs greatly to 
thing else you've pcobcAly down before, In 
sims you spend your time concentrating on 
once of your plane with firing of munitions 
ing as a second priority. 

Tornado's haw a wry smart auto-pilot 
handles most of the flight for the pilot- In 
aport from checking waypoints, take-off 
landing the pilot does little else. 

This means that in EH's slm you spend mur i 
your time os the navigator controlling your 
guidance system, A typical flight might si 
instigating the take-off, end then having sv 
your wings back to the right engie, sitting 
ond enjoying the fide until you're owr the tar 

Once near the drop zone you rikk on ! 
bombing screen ond lock on to the target, 
the target zoom Facility enables you to get cc 
plete accuracy, then it's a question ol wc 




‘"•V, •>' ' 


m£m j 


'Oh, it s an absolutely raunchy view of an F-W* he said in his 
Raymond Baxter volet. Mow (litre's a bloke with a fetish for fats 


12 


'Four thousand holes in Blackburn. Lancashire.,," crikey, | thought John 
Wits spaced out when he wrote that lyric. Now I know ft was Juft a flight 
of Tornados out on an afternoon's 










Tornado 


Category: single-seat 
air-fight or 

Origin; 05 

span: 4Sfr 3in 
Length: 71 ft 1 1 . 5in 
Height 1 9h 5.5in 
Weighh 49. 60Qlb 
Mox. lake cff v^erghi: 59. 60Glb 
Max flight n □Ihludf. Mach 

2.35 

Max levd ^peed sea level. Math 


Radius cl action: 
miles 

+9 


3-1 Q naulioa! 






Category: Single scat ground 
attack aircraft 

Origin: CIS 

Wing span: Fully spread: 45ft lQin 
Fully swept: 25ft din 
Length; jdft 1 in 
Height 1 5ft 1 Oin 
Weight: 23, 590lb 
Max. weapon load: 9, 920ib 
Max level fliahl at aliilude: Mach 
1.77 

Max. levd speed sea level: Mrach- 1 1 
Radius of action; 210 nautical miles 
G litnil: +7 




1 6C Fighting 
Falcon 


Category: linglt-seal 
mulll-rolf fighter 

Ore| 'n; USA 
Wing span: 3 1 ft 
Length: 47ft 0-in 
Height ldft5in 
Weight! 8, 2381b 


Max. weapon load: 

12.0001b 

Max., fevei -Right al altitude; 

Mach 2.5 

Radius of action 500 nauli- 
cal miles 
G limit +9 




SIMON CLAYS 


I Wing spen: 42ft 10in 
Length: 63fl 91 n 


Category: i4oflte’*»at air superi- 
ority fighter 

Origin; USA 
!ngs< 
igiti: 

hfeigbl: 18ft 5. jin 
Weight: 31 , TOOlb 
Max. -weapon load: 24, 5001b 
Max level flight at altitude: Modh 2.5 
Radius d action; 685 nautical miles 
G limit +7,3 


your munitions toll to earth. 

Tornado is one ol the mast comprehensive 
military simulctofs ever to appear on the Amigo 
and it boasts some really impressive features ■ 

If s an amazingly detailed piece of software. 
For example . jusl like in the real RAF, timing is 
of the utmosl importance, (f you ore delayed 
while in Flighl and Fall behind schedule there's 
every chance that you'll crash into a fellow 
AHied jet or at least ruin the mission objectfves. 

Not only do you get a most realistic looking, 
accurate simulator hut you olio get all the other 
more cosmetic touches like external and chose 
views. 

On the down side, Torneds/s a little ifow 
when it comes to screen update and probably is 
best suited to (he high-end machine*. 

This apart, Tornado is o very welt accom- 
plished tide a"d one which will please flight fans 
the globe over. 


Length: 54ft 10m 
Heigbh 19ft 6in 
Weight: 31 , 0651b 
Max. weapon load: 1 9, BAQlb 
Max level flight at altitude; Mach 2.2 
Max. level speed wo level. Mach 1.2 
Rad us of action: 750 nautical miles 
G limit: +7.5 


Category: TrtM seat all-weather 
air defence interceptor 

Origin: UK 

Wing span: Fylly spread: 45ft 7 5in 
Fully swept: 28ft 2.5in 
Lenalfr 6lFt 3io 
9 din 

_ t 31 9701b 
Max. weapon 'ood 18, ?40lb 
Max. fevd flight at altitude Mach 2.2 
Max, level speed sen level: Madh l .2 
Radius af action: 1000 nautical miles 
G limit *7.5 




wmrr. 






MiG 31 




Category: TM seat alt-weather 
Interceptor 

Origin: CIS 

Wing sport ; 45ft 1 1 in 

length 70ft 6.5in 

Height: 1 &ft 4in 

Weight 48, 1 1 5lb 

Max. take-off weight 90, 725lb 

Max. level Right ol attitude: Mach 2,4 

Max, level speed sea level: Modi 1 .1 

Radius of action 1, 135 nautical 

miles 

G limit +5 


Medium transport helicopter 

Origin: USA 

Moin Rotor Diameter: 60ft 
Length: 98ft I lm 
Height 18ft Sin 

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various tanks, l can see strategy purists being put 
off by the arcade elements. 

However, if you 1 ' re a fairly well balanced 
human being i envisage that there'll be more 
than enough of both interest and of vfsud stimu- 
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Arabian Nights * Buzz • £14,99 


success cl Soccer Kid, Arabian adventure of epic proportions, 

arm advenhjre. Yes,. iTs The hero of Arabian Nights, must fight against lev- 
1 hove hj hold up my era I dangers throughout the adventure including 

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beautiful princess Leila. Just os 


luck wo id have it., a passing 
evil demon takes a fancy to the 


You somehow get locked up 
in the palace dungeon, so not 
only do you have to rescue the 
fair princess you also have to 


Overall: 

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escape to prove your innocence 
Wha' dl this boils down to isH'" 


form. puzzle-packed 


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Meka-Chickens. w^gr 

Cluck your way 
thrauah 11 trans-dimen ™ I 

sionof ' err? 1 levels fixing j p i 1 
evil and treacherous 
bee sties such os Byron 
the Snail {hmm, maybe 
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Cruise for a Corpse 

Kixx XL • £ 1 4.99 

If you've alwoyj ■wanted to fry your hand at (wing Miss Marple, Poirot, Gueso and the 
like (hen now is your thorite. Personally, I've never bod these warped fetishes bat (here's 
no accounting far taste ond if ibis is your bag then Cruts* for o Corpse is a must. 

Right, setting-tbe-scene time: As Inspector Raoul Ousentwr, you haw been invited on a 
luxurious cruise, when oil of a sudden your host drops dead. Comdidence, hey? 

II always did seem a bit dodgy in these TV crime things that Miss Marple and compa- 
ny always >st so happened"' to be on the scene of these terrible murders, especially 
when mast normal people go through u whole lifetime never even witnessing the slightest 
criminal activity. 

So. in true Agaiha Christie style, you need to gather as much evidence as possible and 
Cfoeitian other characters, piecing together the events and deciding who could hove pos- 
sibly committed this terrible crime. 

By using a simple point V dick system you need to interact with your environment, 
establishing links with the evidence you find in many of the different areas of the ship. 

Each object found con be highlighted and will activate a list of possible actions, for 
example, you find a cupboard and Cart "search, examine or open drawer". 

Travel around the many roams by using the map or by guiding your character to go 
in the direction you wish. 

So, that's basically the game. And good rt is too! The superb graphics involved plus 
the wonderful animated story sequence at the beginning make the game visually 
stunning. 

There have been some nice touches- of humour added and the animation of the char- 
acters work well, especially when you get the chance to question them, 

Sound effects one perhaps a little sparse in places but when they ore used they create 
the atmosphere effectively. 

The gameplay does, however, become extremely frustrating after a while and your 
going to need plenty of patience to get anywhere, 

Another unnecessarily annoying feature is that octud time 
progresses through the game, but it seems that it only moves 
on whenever you pick up another due. 

Therefore different events happen through the game. 

Say. for instance, the Dining Room is inaccessible earlier on 
in the game but Inter on interesting dues can be picked up. 

A good idea - but very frustrating I 

All in all. though, ifs an unusual and enjoyable game. 

And it is hand disk installable! Bliss.., 




89 % 


Kings Quest 1 

Kixx XL • £ 14.99 


Being fairly young in gaming years, to me Kings Quest I seems v«7 basic especially by 
today's standards. But I'm sure there are those of you out there who remember the 
good al' days of RPGs. having to type in the commands for your hero, spending hours 
trying to find another ward tar "walk" because your computer is having one of his 
pedantic days and wailing an eternity for each screen to load when your chorocter 
moves from one area to another. 

Well, I bet some of the mare nostalgic among you ore now saying "hey, I remember 
those old classics" - and Kings Quest 1 is difinitefy one of them . 

Whether this Is a good thing or not remains ta be seen. I mean how many 
Myfh/Knight-type adventures do you really need? And when there ore many other 
more spectacular examples of this genre clamouring Fat a place in your games collec- 
tion,. is £14.99 perhaps a little steep? 

OK, so maybe you might fancy this blast From the past, so whert do you get for your 
£14,99? 

Well, certainly not an original story line, that's for sure, the King of Doventry is an 
his lost legs, and you, as fes favourite Knight Sir Graham, need to retrieve three missing 
treasures to restore Coventry to its Former glory ond be rewarded with the crown. 

For your money you get some reasonable graphics, and some nke effects such as 
birds tweeting in the background, monsters splashing in the moat ond waterfalls. 

Controlling the gome is relatively easy (getting your character to walk is a lithe 
strange though]. Type in whatever instruction you wish your chorocter to carry out and 
ihe computer will either let you do this or suggest that you try something else. 

And yes, we've oil done it, boredom is looming so you try a few 
silly commands to liven things up |0K, » you don't. I'm just a 
little strange like that) but in this game you actually get o 
response. For instance, ! tried eating the butterfly and was 
met with some remark about them not tasting wry nice. 

Hmir-rd Computer games making wise cracks l Can do 
without. 

If you're C real RPG fan then it's worth a look. The game 
isn't too bad, but at the moment there are far more original 
and impressive adventure games around, and it can't compete 
with today's high standards. 




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Mad as a March hare, but in 
typical Cheap Seats fashion we 
couldn't afford one so here's 
ear Mad as a March rabbit 
budget round-up from Tina 


Am) I thought trolls 
were those cute plastic 
toys with pink hair and 
no wedding tackle, net 
some mercenary tittle 
devil who charges to 
get past bis bridge 


If you 9* down in 
the woods today you 
can be s« of * trig 
surprise - no, it's not 
what's in this guy's 
tights hut a sorcerer 
who's going to put a 
freeze sp*ti on you 







It's been re*relea$ed on budget, so here ore 
some hints and tips for Ocean's brilliant 
platformer courtesy of Robert Armstrong... 


Lurch tinkles 
the ivories as 
the Thing waves 
along in ti me to 
the musk 


again, only there's c Jot more baddies. Moke 
sure lo ovoid the nasty looking tree! Go in fa the 
house. 

Go into the Whom left room. Climb the tree. 
To kill the bird you must jump on his head six 
limes. To do this, hide at the end of a branch 
where you ore safe. When the bird posses 
beneath you jump on her quickly and go back to 
where you were. Once the bird is dead leave the 
room. 


wilhcut you losing a heart, so avoid the* 
Shortly before you meet ihe first three spi^ 
you should see a running shoe. Go right or 
walk through the wall to find a bonus room. 

Just beyond the spiders i$ □ switch. To ge> 
it jump onto the ledge beside the spikes, \i 
onto a flying nasty and then jump again to ret: 
the switch. By ihe way, this tactic h very imp: 
tonf; the gome cannol be finished without it. 

To complete the new room you uhjsI use M 
ramps effectively. Walk up these In jncrec 
your jumping power. You will come lo a pi 
where around a dozen flying nasties are fly 
over some spikes. Jump on them and when Ih 


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■nth them. 

V'hcn this sub level ij complete you will 
-r a new roam. Fall dawn onto the spike 
-est you and il becomes- a block. Go left and 
will find on extra life and paints. Jump up 
: right for another power op and more 
auk 

fta level is full of spikes, so remember when 
Vs a spike above and below you. 0 short 
a is most effective. When this sub level- is 
deled you will enter a graveyard. Watch 
* far the pumpkins, they drop fine an you, 
inter the little building ai the end. 
nesday is in here. Bear in mind the tactic I 
-‘ioned earlier on this level! You often hove 
vt the bubbks the fish fire as launch pads. 
:, tere is only one very hard pal to this level 
:h consists of o number of small ledges. You 
■si stand at the very edge of each ledge and 
large jumps to succeed 1 . It's very frustrating: 
□fraid! To dodge the star-shaped guillotines 

I y must pass under them when they are up. 

To kill the end of level bwi, dodge the skulls 
i use the two bricks os launch pads for your 
ds. Jump when the skulls leave the screen, 
sre is also a bonus room under where 
dnesday is standing, 

fanny 

anny is in port of the lop fight room. When 
- enter the room go left. The switch is of th* 
7 top of the level. There ore two bonus 
:ns, one is in the tap fight comer and other 
she top left one. Pull down on the lop of the 
w to enter, 

"here are bonuses lo the righl of the infer- 
t an bo*, any of the switches in this room let 
- get to them. To avoid the nozzles which 
Ml fire you must jump just after they fire. 

The bouncing fireballs Con be avoided hy 
p r<g when they ore at their lowest point. To 
dge the hopping fireballs duck under them 
■ n rhey are at their highest point. 

The flying stars travel in circles. Walk past 
srn just aj they pass you. There are also slow 
rving stars and they can be dodged by welk- 
l past when they Ore Ot their furthest point 
you. 

Speed is important in this level, mony of the 
■ ng bricks pots through lava, so you must 
ip on them before this happens. Always go 


KSling this bathei-tatii* eg g-taytag bird 
Will reap major rewards 

a$ close to a platform's edge as possible to 
maximise your jump. 

When you reach granny go lo the For right- 
hand comer of the room. The boss nesses by 
you three times. The first time, he con be hit, 
but on the other occasions he turns his spikes 
towards you. 

You can duck most of the fireballs, but 
sometimes he fires a low shot which you must 
jump over. When he is deed you will appear 
on lop of the oven. Walk post the level 
entrance ond go into the deep freeze. 

You must kill as many penguins os possible 
because otherwise they will follow you. You 
must use the tactic I mentioned earlier to get 
post some of the higher Wo -Is. The snowman ot 
the end of the level can only bo hit when he's 
in snowman Form. 

He's invincible when he becomes, o snow- 
ball, Welch for the icicles.; if you stand 
between them you will not get hurl. If you kill 
the snowman then you are awarded four 
hearts per life, 

Pug&ley 

Pugsley is in. the top room. There are three 
types of very harmful nasty an ihis, level. The 
boll and chains con be dodged by jumping 
post when they are at the furthest point away 
From you. The nasty who fires the disk can be 
killed by jumping ot him when the disk has 
past you. 

Once he is dead the disk disappears. 
Finally the chains of disks can he dodged by 
walking past when the chain has just post you. 
Same of these chains aba appear in the 
Granny level. 

You must olso use the cannon balls os 
launch pods far jumps, as in the other levels. 
To kill the boss you must jump on the top of his 
head when the discs leave the screen. Be quick 
though, they reappear very quickly. Duck in a 
comer the rest ol the- time, so you can't be hit. 

Uncle Fester 

Go into the top left room. Uncle Fester is here. 


A bit of extra money lures our here, but 
will he escape that deadly spiked hall? 


Ad da ms Family finder 

1. The roam to the bottom right 
jCurtsetvatory] contains Wednesday. 

2. The room above this (Kitchen! 
contains Granny 

3,. The lap room (Gomes room) 
contains Pugsley. 

4, The room to the top left IPortrait Gallery] 
contains Tester. 

5. Mwticia is in the middle room 
|Mu*k RoomJ. Don't forget you have 
lo save the others first. 


but the level is quite tong. The jumping nasties 
are easy to kilt - just jump on them when they 
great their lowest point 

In the case of the flying ones, kill them 
when they are a standard jump's distance 
away. The same goes for the unicycle baddies 
in the majority of cows, os well as far the 
green men, the Knights, who ore unarmed, 
a^d for the men on green ducks with lancei- 

There ore olso knights in this level who 
throw swords. Jump on them when they turn 
their hacks la you. The suits of armour can be 
dodged by walking post when the mace just 
posses you, 

If a jump is required, then use a low-pow- 
ered one, and wail until the mace is halfway 
through its swing. Later on you will come 
across Book Worms, Use the imkyde tactic on 
them. 

The paperweights are best avoided, but if 
you must kill them use the u n [cycle lactic 
again, only this time be quick, because the 
weights move very fost. There ore also spring- 
pawered baddies, who Follow you like the 
penguins. 

Jump ot ihem when they ore at the lowest 
paint cf their hap-. You will come to a room 
with a train m it. The track will kill you, os will 
the sharp cogs. To ovoid them look at their 
positioning, you con either jump over Ihem , or 
duck under them. 

If you are gaing to jump over them then 
Stand on the funnel of the engine. If you want 
to duck, then stand on the lowest point of the 
train , and duck. 

The witch is very hard to kill, you must 
jump on her when she's ot the lowest point of 
her swoop. You also have to use Fester as a 
jumping point by standing an his head. When 
she's dead, enit the level, 

Mortkl* 

Go into the middle room and wait For the 
music to stop. The wail at the right side of the 
Toon drops and you con go in the door. In the 
third mote room go left until you reach a 
door. 

This leads to o money pit and two new 
doors. The left door leads lo a bonus room 
and the right door leads to a new level , All the 
nasties here use o movement pattern that some 
other sprite uses el sewhere in the game. 


The bird uses the pattern of the green flying 
eye in the snowman level. The green blob 
moves the some os the bouncing flame in the 
oven. The rolling rack moves the same os the 
snawbdb in the deep freeze. 

There are skulls and ball and chains toa. 
There are also fish which con he killed by 
swimming over them and touching your feet 
on them. Be warned though because you move 
slowly in the water. There ore Elyi g mouse 
like faces os well, who move the some as the 
flying nastier in the garden lerel 

T-o kill the end of level bass you must dodge 
the hammers. Stand on the right most port of 
the low right ledge when you wont la hide. To 
begin with he jumps to the right. To attack him 
jump onto the top of the pedestal end jump 
dawn on him. 

After your first attack, he hops once on the 
lop of the pedestal and then jumps ho the left. 
From now on however he hops once on the 
pedestal, then dawn onto the ground in the 
middle and then to the right. He hops once 
more on the tap of the pedestal, then on the 
middle ground ond then to the left. When he's 
deed you've won! Enjoy the end sequence! 


Adda ms Family codes 

1. Rigsby = VH93 

2. Granny - V&Z IX 

3. Wednesday -VD91b 

4. Fester - VL9KD 

5. 3 hearts per life = &T#IF 

6 . 4 hearts per lift = 71#KM. 





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Intuition, the Amiga's Graphic L'ser Interface, 
from within ARexx. In particular we it Hiked at 
RexxARPLlb.Ubraiy v3.0. js an excellent example oi a 
utility tbit brings the machine's graphic system within 
reach of the user, with a minimum of fuss. 

To recap: Intuition's graphics facilities cannot be 
accessed directly from ARexx so instead we Launch a 
semi-independent ARexx unit (a host) which can access 
these features. 

This unit takes rate of all the drudge work involved 
in opening windows, handling mouse-dicks, requesters, 
menus and so on. Our ARexx program then uses special 
commands that act on the host, in older to produce the 
desired results, 

These commands are quite similar to their corre- 
sponding Intuition functions, so programming with a 
graphic Library like RexxAKl 1 Mb. library is not too differ- 
ent from ■’real" system programming, it is however much 
easier, since most of the ‘overhead of details is taken 
care of by the host. 

in fact, all the programming that we do when we 
handle Intuition in this way is pure ARexx, There is no 
-real' system programming involved. The RexxARPLlb 
host adds an extra ARexx layer between us and the 
system. 

This is in contrast to some libraries which allow you 
to make direct system calls, and are hence a lide more 
dangerous to use. The trade-off Is a small loss of flexibil- 
ity and speed which should not bother most userx. 

Before we leave this subject I would like to dwell on 
a few things which may puzzle a newcomer. I assume 
that most of you reading thb far have either already 
obtained a copy of RexxARPLib, or are planning to do 
so. 

in any ease il is a very worthwhile piece nt software, 
and should he in the libs: drawer of all ARexx users, ft 
should Ik- obtainable from most PD Libraries 

If you already own a boob on ARexx, and you got a 
free disk with it, the chances are you already have it, 
Make sure it is v^.O, since it has more features, and earli- 
er versions gave problems with WorklTendi 2x 

1 will, use the "graph, rexx example supplied as pprt 
of the distribution to Illustrate. This example is good 
because it shows what can lie done in a relatively small 
ARexx program, and also has lots of room for improve- 
ment. 

First a comment about the line that goes “ADDRESS 
COMMAND rumvsh..." in line 79. As you can probably 
guess T,mwsh" is an external command, and you will 
not have it unless you are using Bill Hawes replacement 


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for the Amiga Shell, WShell AA'Shell is not widely used 
L'K, even though it is .1 very good program; on the other 
it is extremely -popular in the USA. Bill Hawes, of counc 
the author of ARexx. 

This command is used for launching the host asyn 
nously, and a.s you will have seer from Last weeks o 
can be replaced by tiie following line, which does the 
job. 

mil EH tel tint run n 'tt'z || "DU 
CrtltrHaiM 'fiRtFHiUST'/GRiPHPORT 1 1 * || ' 2 J'i 

it is essential so make This replacement if you want the 
gram to work. In fact, if you ever have American ARexx * 
ware that appears not to work, it is always a good idea 
check that "runwsh" is not facing used 

! have been caught out by this a number of times Nfl 
that m the above example, the code for the double quntatt^ 
marks t/22'.O is specifically included. T!tl^ preserves the 
tat ion marks when the line is passed to AmigaDQS, and 
actual command line tJtui is used reads; 

run FI "DLL t r e s t b H os t ( ' B O PHH 6 S T 1 f 1 £til PsP 0 i T 1 ) " 

You may already know that the last (closing) double 




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mark is optional. You can also replace lines M-85 tw 
wait for the port to appear before proceeding) with the t 
elegant: 

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hut this ts k no means essential, Then, to nrn the grip) 
program simply make sure that die "graph. revs" tile is in 
directory you have assigned as RFXX:, or simply in your 
rent directory or path, and type a command like the ■ 


I ■, I. >1 rS-u ■ VS'ij-' 1 1 ■ 


rx ’DLL GFip-ht'Hiii'MGOv’SfS/iTriti*!)')" 


Newer users will notice that since our graphing prognia 
has the suffix Vrexx il can be called a.s a macro from with* 
another program (in other words just as if it was an AHexJ 
function iisdi). 

The next thing to notice (line 90 > *1 
the two IDCMP flags which have been ma ] 
Tills means that the window will notiffl 
our program if we try to either resize it <] 
close it. The code between lines 27 A 50® 
(especially between lines 273-287), show* 
how we process the loops which wait t f 
ARexx messages. 

The functions used are found in the] 
"rrxmupport. library". This general teern 
nique of wailing at a port for a messagd 
should be totally familiar to anyone wandl 
ng to do .serious Amiga programming, ^ej 
have discussed it at length a number ^ 
times already, and nearly all books - 
Amiga programming describe it. 

If you are programming in C d 
Assembler, (here are several other deia hj 
id attend to as well, but the ARexx versfc i 
is nice and simple, You will also notice] 


ARexx 

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the formula to he plotted is entered as u string of characters 
quotes. Then the program relies on ARexx 's powerful 
’RET instruction (lane >9) to work out the individual point 

phis means that any function you use in your formula, must 
imed in ARexx. I heretorc, ii you want to use trigonometric 
logarithmic functions, you should make sure that you have a 
rial maths library fe.g,. RexxMathJjh.library) installed. Since 
lihniry is usually distributed together with RcxxARPLih, and 
lbs the same author, this should be no problem. 

There are two other minor problems with thh program and it 
hstmodve to look at them. They' are illustrated in the aeeum- 
jving diagram. 

Firstly, if the window is made fairly small, then the graph 
-s over the top bar of the window. This problem is not due 
the system, but merely to the simplistic algorithm used For the 

nils is not coo serious in a simple demo program like this; it 
have been cured hy setting the GIMMEZEKQZERQ flag, but 
flag is not implemented in the library (if it was. it would have 
specified in line 91 along with the other flags t. 

Without it the window draws in all of its area, including the top 
As it is. the problem must tie compensated from within the 


program : lines 12^1 81). Secondly, if 
the window is sized down to its 
min mum possible size, [ 111 - program 
crashes due to a division by zero. 

On Workbench 2.0+ machines 
tins problem is more marked. 
Eh cause the system "zoom" gitdgei 
automatically sends the window 
down to this tiny size This could 
be fixed by specifying a minimum 
si/c for the graph window, but 
unfortunately our library tins no 
direct way of doing this. 

These problems ;ire the- trade- 
offs for using a user-friendly library 
like RexxARPLib, If you were using 
more 'direct' libraries, tike APJG or 
HxTien instead, both of the above 
problems could be easily corrected, 
but it may lie easier to make other 
mistakes, especially if you art* new 
to tli is. You pays your money and 
you takes your chances... 



raphics still 


Creating independent executable utilities 


I hope that ihe main article has 
shown how easy it can be to imple- 
ment an intuition interlace to your 
ARexx scripts. For a relatively small 
investment in time your work can 
look really professional 

It you are creating utilities that get 
used by other people too, especially 
people less familiar with computers, 
you can help them avoid the CLI and 
use a friendlier mouse and requester 
Interlace. 

In tact, for those special little 
hacks that just need to get done 
rather than requiring attention to 
speed or compactness. ARexx may 
be better than the so-called profes- 
sional languages, since it allows 
interactive experimental ion during 
the design process. 

This Is the reason why ARexx 
became popular among developers 
in the first place, even before it was 
embraced and bundled by 
Commodore, 

If you write little programs like 
this, tt might niggle you that they still 
have to be launched from the Shell, 
especially it you are trying to stick to 
a Workbench environment There are 


a number of things you can do to 
package your scripts in a more 
Workbench-friendly environment. 

You can write a one-line 
AmigaOOS script that launches the 
program, and attach it to an icon 
using the IconX utility (refer to your 
AmigaOOS documentation). 
Remember that if you ara trying to 
lose the Shell you will also lose the 
ability to launch a program with para- 
meters. and the program will have to 
receive all parameters while ft is 
running. 

If you do not like the Inconve- 
nience of having three separate files 
(the DOS script, the ARexx script and 
Ihe icon file) you could use the excel- 
lent PD program. IconJ, which does 
the same job as IconX, but much bet- 
ter and also lets you link the script 
and the icon into only one file! 

IconX and IconJ still use a CLI win- 
dow for output but you can disable 
this by specifying the NIL; device 
instead ot a particular window in the 
tool types. 

Of course, you should only do this 
if your program has absolutely no 
text output, such as that due to the 


SAY Instruction. Should you decide 
to use NIL: for your output - unless 
you have taken special steps - error 
messages will be lost too. 

If you are using a 1 00 per cent 
Intuition environment, you must make 
sure everything (including errors) 
get handled by Intuition, For a begin- 
ner II is probably much better to have 
the CLI window present too. fust as a 
safety backup 

Another possible avenue is Ihe use 
ot the freely distributable program 
EiecRex* (As you can see there is 
no shortage of helpful PD ARexx pro- 
grams.) This utility will package your 
utility into a fully executable file, fust 
like a commercial application. This 
also provides a way to hide your code 
should you be so selfish. Of course 
the ARexx installation must still be 
present for your program to run 

Finally, serious programmers, who 
wish to produce commercial or com- 
pany in-house material using ARexx 
but want a little extra edge on speed, 
should consider the heavyweight 
RexxPlus ARexx compiler from 
the Dines n Edwards group in the 
USA, 


In the second part 
of his ARexx 
graphics series, 
Alex Gian shows 
how sometimes 
ARexx can actually 
be better than 
low-level 
languages 


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he first few days of shooting are going well and apart 
from the occasional hiccup, you're on schedule for 
glorious victory'. Never mind that the actors burst into 
hysterics during one of the films more serious and melunihuly 
moments or that despite constant coaching, the clapper buy 
♦.eeps running in and marking the shut when the tape basni 
even rolled yet. 

Yes, there's nothing quite like returning after j hard day’s graft 
on the set and settling down into your favourite armchair and 
wondering when you re going to be rich and famous.,, to watch 
the rushes of the day’s shoot 

Only a few glaring foreheads through lack of make-up glisten 
back up to you from the glowing screen and the odd moments 
»f convulsive camera shake as the lens operator gets his or her 
self ready for the shot half- way through die take. 

Indeed, ui the rate you’re going, the Local premiere promised 
r ' > all friends and neighbours looks as if it could be a resounding 
success instead of a 20-minuie cringe and squirm in the discom- 
fun. of a town hall chair. 

With the shot list decreasing rapidly every day, it's good to 
keep in mind some of the classic Him mess ups that can lie spot- 
ted in many movies and television programmes luthy 

the prime candidate is continuity If you're planning to shoot 
j bige scale production for your next project: then it is advised 
that a continuity person is used to keep track of any mistakes 
that could happen - clothes suddenly changing from one shot to 
tltc next because in reality, there was a two-day gap between 
each of them and the actors forget exactly what they were wear- 
ing because they were too involved with the script 

The way to solve this logistical nightmare is an observant per- 



Imagine a 
rirk' dra »n 
between 
two people. 
The camera, 
while shoot- 
ing a con- 
versation 
between the 
two, must 
not cross 
over that 
line when 
cutting 
between 
them 


Where to 
put the 
camera 


| The line 

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I 

r\ 

I 


n appears that t*pey are lathing to each 
other because one: head i# on (ho right #f 
frame, the other cm th* left as you were 
standing there flicking between the- two... 



The tine has been crossed and it no w appears that 
they are talking from the same position and direction 
and perhaps to anorhor person itfogelher because 
their heads are do the samo side of the frame-* 



ion with notepad, pen and a Polaroid camera 
with plenty of film There's nothing more 
accurate tor practical and easy reference than 
a picture of the actors, location and so on. 

Another problem encountered is falling 
behind schedule - hassles often arise from 
nowhere that can be related to location and 
other factors. Sometimes, a shot ukes longer 
(Iran previously planned for, or on the day 
you just have u better idea for shooting a 
scene. 

Solving this dilemma invokes the PA jug- 
gling the remainder of the schedule, slicing 
off times from different shots and the director 
seeing if there are any shots that can lie 
dropped,. The process of video making is 
about adapting and shifting within a given 
situation. 

There are many things to learn to avoid nr 
to do on a shoot which are lejmt by getting 
our there and experiencing it tor yourself, 
Practice makes perfect... 



As time 

... or what to look out 
for as the rest of the 
shoot hurtles by in the 
fifth instalment of 
Adam Phillips's vivid 
retelling of the video- 
making story 



Tread carefully 


As each shooting day passes, its usual human 
psychology tor people to become tired and a little 
more edgy than usual. Mistakes can be 
made and accidents can happen through 
carelessness. 

Your role as the director is to keep the crew 
and cast motivated through encouragement, 
organisation, keeping the pace of the shooting 
schedule as swift as possible and above all by 
letting people have fun with what they are doing. 

There is little point of being a military dictator 
on set because i! gnaws away at people’s 
patience especially in an amateur group - until 
you’re told where to go and put your opinion. 

Apart from the mental, physical hazards must 
be kepi So absolute minimum - a badly placed 
light could topple over and smash, eating unnec- 
essarily into your already limited budget or in 
worst case scenarios, leh by a particularly flam- 
mable object that doesn't take too kindly to being 
gently cooked for a tew minutes. When on loca- 


tion in someone else’s premises, make sure that 
everybody treads carefully - vases and other 
breakables seem to beg lor the accident prone 
elbow to shove them off the edge of the mantel- 
piece into oblivion. 

If using Blu-Tac or other adhesive substances, 
don't pul it on wallpaper to be ripped off half an 
hour later with most of a Laura Ashley design 
attached to it. 

Some of this may sound obvious but in the 
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the professionals out there treal Iheir locations as 
if they were in a dog kennel and not somebody's 
home. 

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tripping up. use gaffer tape to adhere the wires to 
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Above all, remember to remain commonsensi- 
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to either person or properly. 


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b Sra of new Amiga owners will have: joined un over the 
Christmas peril*! and there’ll doubtless he quite a lew 
Midi users looking tor help within these pages, 
ing so, I thought I'd kick off by telling you about a little 
nlget thar has proved to be immensely usefiil in my own Midi 
oek It's called ibe MA3fi Midi Analyser and is made by a compa- 
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audio mixing desks)* 

Tile MA36 ls a battery powered uni! whkh measures about x 
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M idi-thru). 

As your Midi data posses through the unit the MA 36 identities the 
ricomlng messages and displays ihc appropriate real-time ini' 'n.u- 
- m using two sets of LED indicator lights situates! im the front 


panel. 

Hie indicators on the M-ltand side of the display provide details 
:j the message types being received while those on the right lei 
vou see what channels are being used. 

Now Midi communications in general arc relatively trouble-free 
hut occasionally the odd snag will anst and, particularly in tin vurh 
jys. it can he difficult to figure out exactly where dting% are go ng 
prong. 

You might inadvertently connect up some leads the wrong way 
• 'and. or use a lead that is faulty (eg broker internally 1 
Your synth may not be sending the messages you think it b due 
s .' tile way it has been programmed or your sequencer may be 



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Experienced users will know however 
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Linking the Midi interface’s Midi -out con- 
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or that the synth ss set to a channel num- 
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sequencer is transmitting its daia on. 

In short, your first instinct should f*e to 
check the most obvious and likely things 
first (including making sure dial the correct 
Midi sockets have been used and that all 
connectors have been properly pushed in). 

The M\3b Midi Analyser costs A 5 2 
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on Tel: 0582-570370.. Trust me - if you 
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then Lius little gadget Is well worth check- 
ing out. I suspect that I'll lie using mine for 
m long as 1 continue working with Midi - 
probably forever. 




magic 


poring certain types of messages without you l*?ing aware ot it, 

At times like this you want a quick way of seeing whether the 
expected Midi messages are being transmitted or received and the 
j MA36 is an ideal too! for these types of operations Best of all it is 
one of Lhose delightful little boxes that you don't need to he a 
genius to u se! 

Supposing, for example, that you've gent an Amiga sequencer 
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interface. 

As various tracks have been played you ve manually switched to 
different synth voices during each recording believing dial this 
should generate the required program change Midi messages which 
will then lie stored in your sequences 

On playback the synthesizer doesn't change voices and on exam- 
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sent in die sequence data, 

Is the program change data really Iteing .sent by the synth, or are 
die messages arriving but not humg stored in the sequence? Just 
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.Amiga, and plug in the MA36. Switch it on and manually change 
the .synth s voice - you'll instantly see whether or not a program 
change message gets transmitted because tile appropriate MA36 
Midi channel number and program change lights will Hash. 

If the messages are being generated by the synth then it s obvi- 
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the default behaviour is to filter out such program change 
messages). 

[f the messages aren't king transmitted in the first place then 
you'll know due: it is the synth settings that have to l>e changed. 
Either way the MA36 can point you in the righl direction instanta- 
TT/eously and needless to say dial can save a lot of time and aggro 
because it takes the guesswork out of these types of fault-finding 
exercises. 

As with most areas of fault finding, a bit of common sense goes a 
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he wait has been piling up a tvr the tost far months so I 
thought non- urn thl he a good lime to bate a quick ques- 
tion and aimiw session. Firstly many (hanks to all of you? 
u ho semi email unci tetters in response to the column. 

Your comments are alums read and noted, although tti 4 aliiti]* 
nfjlt at to, / Sty to reply to alt my correspondents tm email if 1 can. 
but you krnru bull' it is, Preisui v of uwk, blah btab Anyway, the 
fust letter is from H Bond of York, and he's into Radio Cumins; 

1 would like to ask a question alxiui Radio Cosums. I luu- just 
changed from die BBC to an Amiga A2000 2Mb. Now I always buy 
Amiga Computing, but ] haven't seen anything on Radio Cornua. JJ 
it's possible could you give me some into on SSTV and FAX 
Transceiver fear the Amiga? Or is the Amiga just u games computer- [ 
hope you can help but the York area is very bid for Amiga into 

Wake up and smell the coffee, buddy The York area bad lor 
Amiga info' Is it ait off by moats? Is it a space flight away from 
your nearest new sagent? I think not. Where have you Ixren once 
198S? 

The Amiga is a leading comms computer, and I use mine tor 
comms all the time, In spite of tlie Fad you just insulted eve none 
reading this page, HI cut you a break. 

] just happen to have a disk hill of radii ■ rum no software from 
the Internet, and just because I'm and old softie I II sund it tu you. 
Now don't let me ever hear such nonsense talk again. 

You might also seek rxit an old copy of The Radio Hackers Code 


COMMS 


pul ink, co.uk \ and then you're in Now 
you can do dircaories and CD around the 
place as if i he FI WET system was your 
own. except that being a huge Unix box 
there air up to 250 other people doing die 
same thing ,. i the same time with very little 
blowup. 

You Li'S 1 the t il l command to pull hies 
from FI 'NIT and pass them to CIX, then 
vi hi use SEND to send them Iran CLX to 
your Amiga. The whole process is very 
painless and useful 

It you want to go into an Amine* sit. they 
have all the Litcst files from Fred Fish, plus 
all rht- latest graphics demos, product inhtr- 
mjtion and support tiles, everything you 
cc iuIlI wish for. Miss Chew, tlie world of the 
Internet is a big and scary place, but it is 
wonderful tool 


• Finalh for the month, LI Sanded writes 
to plug his BBS: 




Treading the 

Book by George Sassoon (published by Duckworth >. Its an old 
book, and probably out of print, but you might he able to get it 
from Waierstones Book Shop (branches everywhere) through fheir 
second hand Bookseanch Service, 

* P Chew of Someisei emailed me to ask: 



"Mi 'hen you talk about FTP what does that mean, and how can I 
use ii?" 

FTP sands for File Transfer Protocol, and it's the way all die Unix 
machines on the Internet send files to each other. For example, 
using CLX you might log onto ftp.funer.fi, a very good Amiga FTP 
site in Finland. 

This isn't an international call, as tlie lines which connect all the 
sites on the Internet are owned by the Information Providers and 
they carry the can, 

All you re doing is talking to QX like you manually would tit's 
very unusual to gel something lor mailing I dunk you'll agree) 
Once connected to FUN FT you lug on as ‘ftp" with a password of 
your Net email address, which in my case is snnuty@cix.cam- 


Moving base 

By the way. any fans of Guru-10 will fell you, one of the 
Amiga's most muscular BBSs is moving from its long held 
ba&e in Scotland. From January 17 1994 the board will he 
moving to darkest Durham. and (he new numbers will be: 

Guru- 10 (24 hours, oil speeds,) 

Node 1 091-378 9934 
Node 2 091 -378 9935 

Here's wishing Lhe sysop a pleasant and hassle-free move, 
and looking forward to more great stuff from this well liked bul- 
letin board, Good news for Geordies. eh? The'H oe smaller 
bills to dial th’Guru, yen ah. 


"The RB8 I run is called Mostly Harmless . and its 3 100 per cent 
Amiga- (inly BOS. You won't Find a single file for any other 
machine on it The BBS is running on an 030/882 33MHz lused 
ASOO with 9Mb of RAM and 21Mb of on-line storage. 

“The board uses a great piece: of software called Xenolink, I 
have been running the heard since January 1993 und luve 22a 
users! The board is also part of three larger networks. Fidonet 
®OSl/4W\ Amiganet (39:134/140) and Pafownet (213:1020/7.0) 
imparting over 1 26 messages from them all. 

"The system is running on an IT Robotics MASK HST Dual 
Standard, which will he upgraded to 2&,8 VFast when CITT 
announces it in 1994. 1 give all users a generous KFl download to 
upload ratio, and E am strongly against piracy' and similar things. 

■ Bail language is not allowed, and files containing anarchist, 
hacking, commercial software or pornography are also not 
allowed lhe number of Mostly Harmless is 0“05 614824 ' 

Thanks for that This is in answer to all tlie people wlto emailed 
me and said they were just getting into comms and did I know 
any good numbers. This is not a phrase guaranteed to make you 
popular on-line, and ii marks you as an annoying neophyte, 

Hunt around for numbers, bui never ask outright as it just 
annoys regular Users There are plenty of lists oi HRS on-line 90 
look around in the file sections of any board, if there are any other 
sysops out there that wish to write in about their experiences of 
setting up their own BBS, I’d be interested to hear about it 
Anyone set up a BBS and packed it in for some reason? Or do 
you run a particularly successful one? Why do you think people 
like your board? 


Comms head 
Phil South 
answers your 
comms questions 


Write stuff 

Write to me Phil South, Comms 
Column, Amiga Computing, 
Europe House Ad linn Son Park, 
Macclesfield, SKID 4NP. Or how 
about dropping me some email 
on: 

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the /Imos mail 1 gtf via AC and loll 1 ibtwgb fame of She suh- 
iecls thus yo 't( want to sulk about. Tbs busts oj this month .s 
and bobs is a letter / gut front Thomas Jones of Darlington, 
tity Durham. 


"Could you please try and solve a little pidblem I'm having 
writing a program in Amos vl.35? I am trying fo wrile a 
MED Module Player program but as usual I lumped straight 
niv code and started to write without thinking. 

Everything went fine until I tried to write a file requester Try 
try as l might I cannot write a fully working bug-tree file 
jester. 1 can't or don't know how to select a file with the 
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no avail. Is it possible to malic a point anti dick file requester in 
or will 1 have to use the lame standard hie requester" 

A Well, Thomas, you've got yourself in a right old pickle 
there, Couldn't ytHi have started on a less difficult problem? 
File requesters have been done by various people, and the 
*.q one E know of is by Len Tucker, and it's 31) too, You might 
■! in touch with Len at Amos FT) Library . and they'll sort you out. 
In the meantime here is my thoughts on die matter 
Doing die burtons on die requester is easy. You define the bui- 
lt ns using Mouse Zones and when you click on them off they go 
• u tan store die frame and die buttons as a fFF file, but this is 
very memory costly. and so it would he better to draw the 
requester on the screen and then erase it afterwards, 

If you want to make your requester overlay the screen, you II 
Live to open another thin screen for it, of course. 

Doing a directory and sorting it shouldn't present too many 
problems. Just put two windows inside the requester and do all 
• iur display of files in another and input in the other, 

Foal and click is the hardest hit. Tile way to do ii is to zone 
’trips of the window and remember what is in each of those sLnps. 
Stick each Filename in an array and when you point and click that 
value is loading into the load string. Its a bil hit and miss, and 
sou'll have to have a large array, but there it is, 

The simplest (and in code terms the .smallest) way to do it is to 
avoid the point and dick method altogether. Simply print up a list 
* i files on the disk in a nice sorted window, then invite the user to 
type in the requested file. 

When tlvey do and press Return, use the Dir and Exists file com- 
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Write a requester 

If this has sent you off on a useful tangent, why not show me 
what you can do with Amos requesters, Can you select files 
with point and shoot? Or can you think of a better way? Send 
in your examples to (he usual address. 




is then: on the di^k. I sc tfirent and DirS to 
navigate around the disk. 

Eteknv is an example.. It doesn’t do tiny 
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oroe publishing in colour has count a long way m the 
Last year or so. Although the Amiga has a good track 
record for displaying colour on the screen, the 
mobgy to transfer those colours on to paper. Inline or even 
hat. until recently, not been affordable. 

Ink-based printers are today producing a quality of output 
would hive been unheard of a few years ago. quality that is 
enough for many applications - coloured flyers, posters 
the like. But colour can lie an animal to work with, and it' 
are not careful it can eat you alive. 

The first point dm needs addressing is your Amiga itself. For 
'dishing in colour you will need lots of memory, a fast 
ressor at the heart of your Amiga, and a large storage device 
The reason tor the hard drive and memory boost is because 
can forget about printing HAM graphics, or even 256-colour 
5 — what you need are 24-hit graphics. 

Anything less than this quality of graphic and the professional 
itput you will he searching for will lie lost, Photo- realistic 
ftr.iphtLs contain thousands upon thousands of colours, and die 

■ it Amiga tile format tor them is 24-bdt IFF-ILBM 

The catch is char 1 1 hit graphics do not come in anything 
'her than large and extra large. Sizes of l Mb and 2Mb are 
common, but images many times that size are frequently 
encountered when working with graphics that have been 

■ armed at a resolution of 600 or perhaps 1,200 dots per inch 

So before spending all your cash on j colour printer, make 
sure your Amiga is capable of dealing with the images you will 
e wanting to punt with it. 


LIMITATIONS 


It is also worth remembering that colour priming is not as 
Simple as printing in black and white low-end colour printers 
have the same limitations as mono printers when it comes to 
printing continuous tones 

Because these printers cannot print 16.7 million true colours, 
the graphic will haw to have a dither applied lo n so that the 
printer can use the three or four colours it does have to simulate 
the colours in the graphic. 

Any graphic you print will l^e ditltered if it contains a colour 
'Ilh is not an exact match for the colours m the printer, so you 
ire never going to gel the same quality of graphic on paper as 
you ace on die screen. 

You know that every pixel on the (AGA) screen can be 
plotted in any colour from a 16 7 million colour pa