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Raptor exclusive! Amiga 


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rendering engine on test 


ES CD-ROM round-up plus how to install a drive 


'S Image Master RT • Pixel 3D Pro • 2 WaveMaker 


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Beat the System 

A guide to the first section in Core Design 's Universe plus a set 
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Preview: Premier Manager 3 

A quick sneaky peek at Gremlin's third football management 

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Heralded as one of the greatest software developers. 

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InSTRLlHIG EO-HOIR 71 

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Paul Gveraa gives out some pointers on using a Midi sequencer 

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Contrary to what David Pieassmce, MD for 
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the Bahamas art still considering bids including 
CBM UK's, 

It would seem that the ten day ultimatum 
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ignored or not upheld by its instigators. 
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Iwo new bids - Ihe first from Creative 
Equipment Internahonal based in the Sates 
and the German-owned computer retail chain. 
Escom. 

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restart of Commodore in America, I heir confidence 
seems to be running as high as Pleasance’s whose 
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13th. * 

Perhaps more worrying for the UK bid is that Alex 
Amor, managing director of CEI, told Dan Stels of 
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ted to a silent partner, most likely a large technolo- 
gy company that is apparently supporting his bid. 


Ihe mi generation 

Despite the mass of corporate players releas- 
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saturated market. Commodore UK, if success- 
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in R&D at present. The intention i$ to reioaso 
the CD-based unit within the next year, per- 
haps even as early as Christmas, to meet the 
competition head on. 



Calin 

PrOtrdfeOf; 


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Little rs known about Escom and its attempt at buy- 
ing Commodore technology. There has been no 
comment from she company but apparently there are 
several leading management in Germany who used 
to be Commodore employees. 

With Iheir own range of PCs and 242 stores 
across Europe, including 24 in Ihe UK, Esoo-m would 
appear to be another candidate in a finanacially 
viable position for the buyout. 

Colin Proudfoot, joint MD of Commodore UK, 
told Computer Trade Weekly, the industry's newspa- 
per. that: "the liquidator knows his back's against the 
wall in terms of liming. Bui while we Ye all frustrated 
with the process, things are moving as fast as 
they can. Al the moment, we have to accept lhai 
we're not the only horse in town," 

Despite Proudfool's words, one thing remains 
worryingty clear - at the rime of going to press, there 
still is no definite conclusion to the Commodore cri- 
sis that began months ago and the chances of a 
bright Christmas for Amiga slock fs starting to look 
decidedly shaky. 


ELSPH step up the 
pornographii fight 

Officially released at the recent ECTS show, 
ELS PA's white paper on the past, present 
and foreseeable future of pornography has 
been submitted to the government, bran- 
dishing concerns about hardcore material 
finding Its way into the floppy and hard dri- 
ves of children. 

The paper calls on the government to pro- 
vide greater police resources and increase 
police training in a bid to curb the ever 
increasing problem. 

"The fight against pornography is not 
helped by a belief that it is difficult to obtain 
a conviction in court for all but the most 
obnoxious materiaT commented John 
Loader, chief investigator at ELSPA's Crime 
Unit. 

"Because of the way that computer 
pornography is particularly accessible by 
children, we believe that the Home Office 
should issue guidelines advising courts to 
interpret the Obscene Publications Act when 
dealing with computer pornography as if 
children were the intended audience." 

For further information and a copy of the 
white paper, contact Ben Hill at Firefly 
Communications on 071 331 4505. 



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Amiga Computing 


DECEMBER 1994 


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NEWS 



On explanation 


Apparently, some Amiga 1200 owners 
have been celling HiQ, the mail order 
company, reporting problems wilh cer- 
tain genlocks including the YC genlock 
from Electronic Design. 

On contacting Electronic Design, HiQ 
were told that some UK A12D0 models 
have had a chip design change which 
has caused Ihe problems wilh existing 
YC genlocks. The company has no 
plans for updating Ihe YC uni! and is 
telling 1200 owners and stockists alike to 
invest in its Neptune Genlock priced 
£549 as an alternative 


Sauings on Stala 

In conjunction with Seals. Silica, the 
retail shop, is offering the Seals 
Software Suite tor all DTV enthusiasts. 
Combining the Scaia MM 300 wilh the 
Echo EE 100, Ihe user can create busi- 
ness reports, storyboards, company 
tutorials, presentations and a host of 
other ftHe-creating demonstrations. 

The Scala Echo sysiem allows editing 
facilities 1h rough the use of an infra red 
sensor. The complete package costs 
£399 whrch, Silica claims, saves the cus- 
tomer £79. Silica can he reached on 
001-309 nil for further information, 

Reading for the 
future 

With the huge amount of computers that 
are thrown away by large companies 
each year, the Computer Recycling Club 
has been established to redirect this 
apparent wastage into a useful resource. 
The intent is to collect unwanted 
machines from ell over the country and 
distribute them, for a small fee, to home 
users and chanties. 

“I see computers as a necessary tool 
that en power people to achieve more, 
particularly I hose associated with chari- 
ties, and people interested in getting 
involved in computers tor The first rime 
will benefit from this club" commented 
Keith Park, founder of the Recycling 
Club- 

For more details, calf the enquiries 
desk on 0665 072359. 




With David Pleasance enthusing about fhe FMV Video CD titles are planned for November and 
future of the CD32, CD Vision, a recently created December that include Ulrika JonnsoiVs Extreme 

company, is on The verge of releasing five interso Limits and In Ihe Wild with Anthony Hopkins. Bob 

five CD-ROMS and 40 video CDs. It has access to Hoskins and Timothy Dalton. 

over 5,000* hours of video programming including Requiring the FMV cartridge, C D32 owners can 
material from Tiger Aspect Productions, the comp- now hopefully begin to realise the multimedia polen- 

any responsible for Mr Bean, and Zenith, makers of tial of their console. 

Inspector Morse and 99 to 1, 

"Our aim is to satisfy ihe entertainment aspects of 
both the interactive CD-ROM and Video CD markets" 
commented Nigel Wood, joint managing director of 
CD Vision, " Not only do we have immediate access 
to a massive catalogue of programming, we are also 
actively pursuing other publishers and TV compa- 
nies with a view to using their material lor develop- 
ment of further multimedia projects." 

Among the first crop of releases due in mid 
October are Halloween, Raquei Wetch's Lose 10lbs 
in Three Weeks, Enjoying Sex and Chris Tarrant's 
Crazy World of Home Movies. An additional 20 


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Insiders path 

Following the success of the A 1200 Beginners Pack, Bruce 
Smith Books has released the Workbench 3 Booster Pack that 
contains intermediate level material on Workbench 3, 
AmigaDQS and system contiguralion. 

The Disks and Drives Insider Guide section also contains 
relatively advanced tutorials on data compression, encryption 
techniques and low levef disk operations for AmigaDOS. 

Costing £39,95. the pack consists of two books, disks and a 
video and is suitable for all A 1200 and A4000 users. It's also 
useful for A50Q, A2000 and A3000 owners upgrading to 
Workbench 3.1 . 

The Workbench 3 Booster is only available direct from Bruce 
Smith Books and credit card orders can be placed on 01923 
394355. 


Grab the frame 

New for the Amiga is Ihe Pro- Grab 24RT, a 24-bit real time 
colour digitiser. It can capture colour images from any 
video source providing a composite output claims Softwood 
Pirecl, manufacturer of the new hardware. 

Also included is the abifrfy to allow the digitiser to be 
used as a teletext decoder. Softwood Direct can be 
reached on 0773 336761. 


Amiga Computing 


DECEMBER 1994 


Rmiga trek 

Continuing from its success on American 
television, Ihe Amiga, coupled with 
Lightwave 3D, is being used to creafq some 
of Ihe graphics for the new series Slar Trek 
Voyager. Taking up where Deep Space 
Nine and Star Trek TNG left off, the continu^ 
ing Trekky saga details Ihe story of two hos- 
tile races having lo share the same ship to 
make Their way home from deep space. 

The company behind the effects is Ambhn 
Imaging, the same team that produced the 
graphics for TNG. Afong wilh the classic 
Lightwave, Raptors are installed In Ihe US 
offices to add their usual punching power tc 
rendering times. 

The new series should be arriving on 
British shores al some point early next year. 


Console emulation 

With the Zappo CD drive available and n-e 
CD1200 to appear m shops after Christmas 
some owners of existing drives Chat are- no' 
compatible with CD32 software may well be 
feeling a little hard done by. 

To rectify this, Blittersoft has announced the 
arrival of The CD32 Emulator software pack 1 
previously unsuited CD-ROMs. 

Costing £49 95, the package includes the 
emulator lhaL like the Zappo CD drive, can i 
run all titles, but the makers daim ihe likes : s 
Microcosm, Diggers and Frontier do. To run the 
software, owners mu si have an AG A Amiga ■; 
SCSI-2 CD, 2Mb chip RAM and 1Mb Fast 
RAM„ 

Also included are ihree lesser titles 
That pfay music, create CD filing systems 
and aid the mounting of the CD-ROM 
drive 

Blittersoft can be reached on 0906 220196. 


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Success far First 
Computer 

Firs* Computer Centre, the Northern retail 
ers of all things Amiga, has sel up a bulletin 
board for Commodore users. Providing 
technical advice, a selection of PD software 
and a chance to place orders, the retail 
store has plans to increase the system and 
is asking for the uploading of files lhat 
Amiga users think may be of interest or use 
lo others. 

The BBS number for First Computer 
Centre is 0113 2 311422 or 0532 31U22 
(pre-BT phone day). 

Primed Prolog 

Computer language specialisfs. Grange 
Technology Lid. has announced 
b new implementation of Prolog for the 
Amiga. According to ihe makers, GT-Prolog 
combmes fast e*ecuhon speed and low 
memory overheads with an interactive 
development environment, supporting incre- 
mental compilation and debugging of Prolog 
application s. 

"GT- Prolog represents ihe first in a new 
generation of software development prod- 
ucts tor smaller scale computer sysiems 
which provide a superior level Of perfor- 
mance and functionality at a price which is 
affordable by professional users and enthu- 
siasts alike/ 1 commented Graham Thwailes, 
Grange Technology’s managing director 
and author of GT-Prolog. 

The package retails for £G9.95 and far 
further details contact Thwaites on 01235 
851 61 a 


PAR update 

For followers of PAR soflware, version 
2.25b is poised for release by the Scotian d- 
besed 24Bit Club. New features include an 
improved system of Importers and 
Exporters fhal has been rewritten and 
apparently optimised. 

The Export function new Includes the 
ability to force translate other programs to 
see PAR animation files as if Ihey are 
sequences of images instead of single ani- 
mations. This basically means that any pro- 
gram can load images directly cut of PAR 
animal ions without having to use ARexx or 
having to pre-export the files. 

The new Import feature allows the user to 
control how the PAR handles the way it 
looks at the file numbers before It brings 
each file into Ihe PAR This gives access to 
more control over the incrementing of 
trames. 

For more details, contact 24Bil Software 
at & Skirsa Square, Floor 1, Glasgow, 623 
5DW. 




Uideo aid for users 


To help customers not adept in things technical. 
Siren Software is giving away a free "How To Fit 
Your Hard Drive" video with every HD unit sold. 
The programme is a step by step guide lo enable 
anybody lo fit an interna) 2.5' hard drive into Iheir 
Amiga, according to Siren Software. The price of 


HDs from the company range from £109.99 lo 
£449.99 with a variety of differing sizes - from 
30mb to 540 mb, with transfer rates of upto 8.3mb 
per second. 

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A new company, Video F*. has joined the increasing 
ranks of firms producing video specific packages 
tor Ihe Amiga, Its firs! release. Pizaz. is a modular 
video tilling system which, via object-orientated 
design, enables extensive scrolling and animation 
facilities. 

Gy using a scripting beard, the bile incorporates 
automatic special effects including rotation, expan- 
sion and folding (both horizontally and vertically) of 
characters. Characters can be scrolled either by 
character, word, hns nr page from each of four direc- 
tions at any predefined speed, both in and out of ihe 
screen. 

For ihe first three months of release from the 
beginning ol October, the package will cost £49.99, 
rising to £59.99 after that period. 

Far more details, phone Ian Johnson on 0443 
6743B5. 


Pad or mat? 

Golden Image OK has released the two in one 
scanner pad and mouse mat that, according to 
the makers t enables the user to 
achieve a more accurate scan. Apparently, 
high quality images that usually require 
a full page scanner can now be done by hand 
alone. 

Also included is a built-in ruler to help with 
marking up the picture and a T-Ruler lo act as a 
guide so images may be merged together with 
the minimum of fuss. Golden Image is also claim- 
ing that the device can be used as a mouse mat, 
a holder for business cards, memos and Other 
uses. 

For more Information contact Golden Image on 
01 fll 900 9291. 


HP: The nent generation 


Already boasting a catalogue of quality printers, 
Hewlett Packard is releasing (wo new models on to 
the market. The Colour LaserJet printer, retailing for 
the hefty price of $7,295 in ihe US, uses laser 
beam process to add colour to a document The 
LaserJet runs up to 2 ppm and black and while doc- 
uments at 10 ppm. 

For those not wanting colour, the LaserJet 4V is 


the latest in the HP range that features a 
33-MHz R)SC processor and a 16ppm output. 
According to the manufacturers, ihe printer handies 
more paper sizes than before and offers a 600dpi 
output with Resolution Enhancement and microfine 
toner. 

For more details, contact Ihe HP customer infor- 
mation centre on 0344 369 222. 



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NEWS 


Mo goes pro 


novaTronics.' Can Do has undergone a major 
upgrade, both in features and price. Obviously 
now largeted ai Ihe protest pnai rather than 
he hobbyist user, CanOo 3.0 is retailing at 
$399.95. There'$ now a debugger aval ladle tor the prod- 
uct as well, which sells separately and costs SI 99.95. 
Not the toolkit for whipping oul a PD address book pro- 
gram, that's tor sure. 

There is plenty new in the upgrade though. A new 
main panel interface is cleaner and easier to use, with 
scrolling control icons and configurable hotkeys. The 
Object Cursor feature has knobs to control the size and 
location of objects, as well as a snap-to-grid alignment 
feature and 20 alignment tools You can now label but- 
tons, fields, documents, and sliders: borders gn GUI 
objects loch more professional and you can now set the 
fonts and colours of text fields - and tab between them. 

Thera is better control over Ihe took of your screens, 
with discrete control of screen and window attributes, 
screen palette and font support, and much better public 
screen support. Genlock support, with border and sprite 
management as well as 27 palette and genlock effects, 


makes CanDo 3.0 better suited la video work than previ- 
ous releases. 

Multimedia users will appreciate the 53 window and 
screen transition effects added in GanDo 3.0, These fea- 
ture precise timing control - a three-second effect will 
take three seconds whether you're running on an A60Q 
or A4000. 

Brushes and BrushAmms have been made less 
quirky, with off-screen brush rendering and mare flexible 
brush placement. Fifty brush effects are included, with 
reaMime scaling and panning. 

There are olhei improvements, such as simpler sub- 
decks, better documentation, and the return to a free 
runtime Deck browser and library for non ‘commercial 
user The Can Do debugger lets you watch your Can Do 
scripts execute, stopping through them Pine-by-line or 
setting breakpoints. You can change values as your pro- 
gram executes, browse objects and variables, and graph 
memory usage, 

Upgrades from previous versions are 1179.95; 
the debugger is £99.95 with the upgrade, or $ 199.95 
separately. 




Upgrades, uideo boards and -i 


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moiling up a peg 


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On the edge of time 


Pegger, the image compression system 
that adds Jpeg support' to programs Itke 
Brilliance, Imagine, and PageStream which 
don't normally handle lhat formal, has 
been upgraded to version 2.0. 

If you missed it Ihe first lime, Pegger 
converts image files on Ihe ffy to save hard 
drive space - it can take 0 24-bit IFF 
image and convert it to Jpeg when saved 
by Brilliance, then change it back to Jpeg 
when PageStream attempts lo load it. 

The biggest improvement in release 2 Is 
in speed - it's roughly twice as fast as the 
original release, making it one of the 
fastest Jpeg systems on the Amiga. You 
can now Snoop files by program, allowing 
you to change the compression mode for 
different programs that may save files to 
the same directory 

New file formats have boon added, 
including Imagine RGBS. IFF 6-bil color 
and greyscale, Jpeg greyscale. TARGA 
colour and greyscale, and NewTek 
VidecToasier GG Framestore pages. 
Pegger also now works over networks, 
such as Parnel. ENLAN-DFS, and 
Netware. 

Registered users can upgrade for SIS 
US 4 shipping and handling, The program 
retails for £99.95, but Heifner is offering it 
for a special introductory price of $49.95 4 
shipping and handling. 

Foj more Information contact Heifner 
Communications 4451 [-70 Drive NW. 
Columbia, MO 65202, USA; phone (314) 
445-6163: fax (314) 445-0757, You can 
also e-mail Pegger@express-way.com for 
more info. 


Utilities Unlimited has promised a new video board for Ihe Amiga before 
Christmas - with the company now working lo finish up its Em p Fan I PC module. I'd 
guess we won t sec it until early 95. 

Stilt, it looks like it will be worth the waif. Using the Cirrus Logic Alpine chip set. 
the board is reported to be sbto to serve as the first “video board emulator" - UU's 
Jim Drew claims it will run the software for the Picasso II. Piccolo, and EGS 
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efs get provocative and -start with 
some commonly overheard quotes 
and their true meanings.. l, My 
Johnny can do anything with a computer!" 
meaning, he can wiggle a joy-stick and zap 
a lew aliens. 

1 don’t know anything aboul computers!" 
meaning, I want to talk ta you lor hours, pick 
your b rains r buy nothing then leave - slill 
knowing nothing about computers. 

Now let's gat provocative and depressed 
at the same time. 1 was thinking ihe olher 
day about what makes me angry? Do cus- 
tomers make me angry? No, I get frustrated 
by customers sometimes. 

You know, customers who ring, insist on 
talking to the managing director and say: 
"Here! I ordered 10G disk labels and one 
was torn sc I only got 99. I want another 
label and compensation for the cost of this 
phone call. 11 

What would he have done if he had got 
103 labels? I ask myselt. Ah well, send him 
another 1 0. just to be on the sate side 

What makes me really angry though 
is ignorance. I mean, jusl look to the 
future. The next generation are going to 
have some tough questions to face. 
Questions like "Should it be real or should it 
be virtual?” 

I'm concerned about the way computers 
are affecting our lives. We are becoming 
mors insular, less jovial, more politically cor- 
rect, more boring, more predictable and 
more machine like as lime goes by. 

People don't seem to feel or even care 
much these days. What's happening to per- 
sonality and individuality? It’s being zapped 
by Johnny ihal’s what! 

It won r t be long before we have standard- 
ised responses and standardised proce- 
dures for day-to-day living Woe betide 
the poor bugged personality whose output 
responses do not conform tg these 
standards. 

An incurred response could lead to a 
prison sentence in the years to cornel Look 
at America where so galled sexual harass- 
ment at work has lead to procedures on 
how to conduct yourself with colleagues 
In order to avoid potential million dollar 
lawsuits. 

How awful to have lo inhibit our natural 
self expression, whatever our gender, 
in order to conform to $cme intangible, 


Ihe R[ team 


The retailers 
reuenge » 


Strong words from across the counter as 
Bgran [stolen puts computers in their place! 


impersonal, meaningless and politically 
correct rubbish. 

“Ifs not computers that are doing this" I 
hear you say. No. But they are making an 
enormous coni ribu lion to the standardisa- 
tion of our lives. 

Your credit rating, job, income, health, 
buying and spending habits, sexual habiis, 
status, political views, genetic fingerprints, 
bank details, marriage and ability to con- 
form, in fact all things needed for a stan- 
dardised behavioural sociely are either in 
place on computer databases or soon will 
be. 

You people interested in computers and 
buying this magazine: are you nol even a 
little bit concerned? No. I bet you're thinking 
"Who is this nut?" 

So why are computers so important? 
Why can’t we live without them Mere 
important, are computers addictive, 
destructive or maybe even evil? We donT 
even think about it, do we? That's what 
makes me really angry 

We take things for granted. Faster more 
powerful and more productive. Someone 
asked me the other day: "What do you use 
your computer for?" What a daft question. I 
use it for lots of Ihsngs. Things like, er, let 
me think erm anyway that’s not the point. 



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The point I am making is lhal like the guy 
who gets a job. to earn money, to buy a car 
to gel him to work, to earn money to repair 
his car, so he can get to work to... I some- 
times think we are going around in circles 
and have lost something fundamental from | 
our lives because we are dizzy. 

It is said thal a fanatic is a guy who dou- 
bles his effort when he has forgotten his 
aim, and the computer world is getting 
fanatical about computers. 

Slow down guys. Computers aren’t 
important. They’re fun-lo-use tools ot enor- 
mous benefit if we didn’t take it all so seri- 
ously. Well, most of us guys in the busi- 
ness take it all too seriously. How aboul 
you? 

Bryan Cobley 

Head honcho 
First Computer Centre 


If you fancy giving Bryan a taste of his 
own medicine feel Irea to write in. We’ll 
print the besi of the bunch in the nexl 
issud - Ed 


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set up so that you 
can use them from 
the CoverDisk. A 
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provided so lhal you 
can piay these imme- 
diately. If you want to 
install the games 
make sure you copy 
all the necessary files 
across as listed in the 
CoverDisk pages. 



starte 



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gnore ihe buttons that appear when the 
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installer will indicate thai it is formatting the 
disk in DFO. When this has finished, click 
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procedure. When Ihe application has been 
de-archived you will be told where the de- 
archived files are. Click once again on 
Proceed to finish. 

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whether you want to continue installing, you 
can click on the Abort Install button. 

Occasionally, utililies may need to add 
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in the S directory so (hat they will function 
correctly. If you wan I to add the instruc- 
tions. click on Proceed when prompted. 


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De-archiuing applications - 
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applications. The installer programs can be located via 
the install icon with the appropriate name in the 
WG_1 .3_Qnly drawer. 


blank disk(s). You will then be asked to insert a disk to 
be formatted into DFO and either press y to continue or 
n to abort. 

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Installing utilities 

You should first run the MakeUtilrtiesDisk 1.3 to format 
a blank disk called ACUtilllies which will be used lo 
store any utilities you eventually install. 

This disk can be used with future CoverDisk utilities 
until it becomes full. The Make UtililiesDisk 1.3 program 
will be a permanent feature of the CoverDisk. 

To install any utilities, bool your machine with your 
CoverDisk inserted in DFO. Utilities can be installed by 
clicking on their install icon found in the appropriate 
drawer in the WB_1 .3 Only drawer. You cannot specify 
their destination and any additions to the Startup- 
Sequence must be done manually. 

When installed Ihe utilities are copied lo a drawer 
called AC Utils on the ACUtiiilies disk. 


Installing utilities 

The procedure for insiallmg utilities is much 
the same as installing applications, except 
that you can boot from your hard drive or 
Workbench disk. As utilities don't need lo be 
de-archived, you are asked to specify a 
directory on your hard drive or Workbench 
disk where you would like to install (hem 

if you don't want io install to (he default 
direclory you can change it by clicking on 
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ton will allow you to select a new device and 
direclory. You can create a new drawer for 
your utility to go in by picking on ihe Make 
New Drawer button and typing in the name. 

You can also make a utilities disk by run- 
ning the MakeUlililiesDiskl .3 program locat- 
ed in the WB._1.3_only drawer and installing 
your utilities to here. At times you may be 
asked if you went lo install a utility's docu^ 
mentation. A tick box indicates that the docu- 
mentation is selected for inclusion, but you 
can click on the box to ignore it or simply 
clidk on the Skip This Part button. 

The utility installer programs can be found 
in the appropriate program drawer in the 
WB_2&3_Only drawer. 


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Installing Techno Sound Turbo 

Techno Sound Turbo has nol been compressed any wȴ so 
to load the program ad you need to do is insert Ihe disk into the 
internal drive DFD and re-bool your Amiga When the loading 
screen appears press the left mouse button to continue. 


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elcome (o Techno Sound Turbo 
from New Dimensions - not just a 
sound sampler bul a fully working 
sound studio featuring well over 100 
advanced functions only previously available 
in professional recording studios. 

When Techno Sound Turbo has loaded 
(see Installing Techno Sound Turbo) you will 
be presented with the main editing interface. 
When you dick the mouse button you will be 
asked to enter your language and given the 
Dplion of clearing Ihe sample memory, which 
you should answer yes (y). 

Now that's out or the way we can begin 
with our firsl tutorial which will leach you how 
to negotiate your way around the Techno 
Turbo Sound interface. 


The interface 

The Techno Sound Turbo interface is 
split into three sections - Ihe sample dis- 
play area, studio options and the signal 
level indicator. 

The sample display is the large black 
rectangle at the top of the screen and it is 
here that any changes to samples are 
reflected The studio options are the vari- 
ous editing and control buttons that 
make up the vast majority of the interface 
1 and the signal level indicator reflects the 
input signal coming through the sample 
box (not included). 

The real power behind Techno Sound 
Turbo comes from the eight buttons posi- 
tioned to ihe far-right of the display By 
clicking on any ol these buttons an I 
appropriate sub-menu scrolls on at the 
bottom of the screen. 

Inside the sub-menu will be a host of 
different options that will allow you total 
control over how your samples sound 
and play You will find a brief description 
of all the functions accessible from the 
main interface in the annotated picture 



Simple 

samples 


Cauer Disks 


Sounds 


Going Idopn 


Accurate looping is difficult but possible 
With Techno Sound Turbo’s wide assort- 
ment of looping functions. Click on The 
Loop button and five gadgets will scroll on 
to the screen at the bottom. They are, from 
lefl to right: Forward play, Forward loop. 
Sweep, Reverse bop and Reverse play. 

Let's take a look at each one individua- 
lly. Forward play will simply play the sam- 
ple once from left to right. Forward loop 
will do exactly the same as Forward play 
bul will loop to the beginning when the end 
is reached. 

Sweep will play the sample from left to 
right, I hen right to left (hack wards) and 
vice versa. Reverse loop is identical to 
Forward loop except the sample is played 
in reverse. Reverse play is identical to 
Forward play except the sample is played 
in reverse also. In all looping cases the 
right mouse button will terminate Ihe 
operation. 

By pressing the Super Loop button you 
can enter a third pointer into the sample 
display. The four buttons to the left and 


fight of Super Loop allow you to move Ihe 
pointer (which is blue) to a desired loca- 
tion. The single arrow moves the pointer 
slowly while the double-arrow moves il 
quickly. 

Click and hold the right double-arrow 
button and you should see rhe blue pointer 
moving across the sample display to the 
right. Move it to Ihe middle of the sample 
display and then press Ihe Forward loop 
button. 

The GameOver sample will be played in 
its entirety, at which point it will loop from 
the beginning of Ihe Super Loop pointer - 
it will continue to do this until you cancel 
the operation. Using Ihe Super Loop you 
can repeat spectfied sections of a sample 
as many times as you like. Obviously, ihe 
GameOver sample is not Ihe best example 
so try using the Super Loop option with 
instrumental samples 

In next month's issue of Amiga 
Computing we will be discussing the art of 
special effects and sequencing, so slay 
tuned. 


As this is the complete version of Techno Sound Turbo, 
New Dimensions has actually supplied a vast collection 
of high quality sound samples to get you going. 

Click on the Disk button and nine disk-based gadgets 
will scroll onto the screen at the bottom of the display 
Together these offer complete control over the loading 
and saving of samples and songs 

All loading functions are indicated with an arrow point- 
ing away from the disk image and saving functions with 
the arrow pointing to the disk image. Click on the first 
gadget - load IFF sound sample 
Techno Sound Turbo’s file requester will gently scroll 
into view where the signal level indicator previously was. 
Click on the down arrow until you see the drawer labelled 
Samples. 

Click on this drawer and then select Ihe GameOver 
sample. When GameOver appears in the file name box 
press Return or click on the OK button to load il into 
memory New take a close look al the sample display. It 


will appear that there is no sample loaded bul the display 
is automatically set to the lowest magnification so it won't 
initially be visible. 

It you look to the for left and right edges of the sample 
display you will notice two lines - one white and the 
other yellow. These two lines allow you to sel a range - 
the white line being the beginning and the yellow the 
end. 

The white line, or pointer as 11 is correctly termed. <s 
moved by clicking ihe left mouse button on the appropri- 
ate place and Ihe yellow pointer with the right mouse but- 
ton. Move ihe yellow pointer approximately 1cm to the 
right of the white one. 

Now locate Ihe magnify button below the sample dis- 
play (check out the annotated picture if you can't find it) 
and click on it This will magnify Ihe area between the 
two pointers to fit the enure sample display. You should 
now be able to see the actual GameOver sample. 

To get a belter impression of the sample, move Ihe 



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reflow pointer 50 that its at the and of (he actual sample 
wav© form. Click on the magnify button again and the 
‘jam pie should be displayed almost entirely in the sam* 
ble display, 

Obviously, you cart reduce the magnification by clicK- 
ing on the de-magnify button directly lo Ihe right 0 f the 
magnify button. 

Now thai you can see ihe sample clearly, let's play it 
to see how il sounds. Locate and click the Play HQ 
High Quality), The screen will blank and you will hear 
rhe GameOver sample at the highest quality - this is 
•vhal HQ stands for, 

When the Techno Sound Turbo interface reappears, 
'md the pointer arrows. There are two sets - on the left 
the white pointer arrows and on the right the yellow 
pointer arrows. 

These otter you more control over the positioning of 
Dolh pointers, allowing for more accuracy when cutting, 
pasting and creating loops The red arrows move the 


appropriate pointer back to its original location. You can 
now move Ihe poiniers yourself and listen to the results. 
If you require more information regarding the pointer 
positions, take a look at the area directly below the sam- 
ple display. 

Pointer 1 and 2 indicate the start and end position in 
bytes, while Area Size actually shows you how many 
bytes ihe current sample occupies. 

If you click on the Zoom Display button the signal level 
indicator will be replaced wilh a magnified view of each 
pointer and the sample wave Form which will allow for 
even greater accuracy when looping and ediling. 

The outside windows show the input wave forms for 
each channel in real time. The three central windows 
show the sample wave form underneath pointers 1 and 2 
and the Super Loop pointer (explained later on). 

if you move one of the pointers in the sample display 
you will see the zoom view being updated under the 
appropriate pointer. 



Using 111# Zoom function you can petition 
ih 0 range porxtl tra tar mare accurately 



New O Imanaions hav# supplied a vast amount 
of ftl'gti qvfllliv sound |jmpV« to ymt you at. tried 



You can choose to odit your samples in 

either stereo or mono, ildlougA stereo 

does provide better result* 



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only one of the tour options is snooted 
(green). This is because this version of 
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Select Club Teams. Europe. England and 
finally Division One. Once you have reached 
this point you will be able to choose your 
team. You can play as a player/manager or 
manager only by selecting your team with 
either blue or purple. The opponent team is 
selected in red. For a two-player game, make 
sum two teams are highlighted blue. 

When you are ready to proceed click on 
Flay Friendly , at which point you will be taken 
to the (earn sixties From here you change 
your team make up by simply selecting the 
players you wish to swap and altering the 


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quickly pushing the joystick in the direction you wish the ball to 
curve. 

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The best way to progress is to make short but speedy passes - the 
ball will be passed to another player if one is near enough. 

tf the opponent has the halt and you have a player near to him 

you can press ihe fire button 
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Change tactics. Move it over the players in 
order to make substitutions. 

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Transfer will allow you to buy and sell play- 
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Through Tactics you can program your 
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play. This function is disabled on the demo 
version but you wilt be able to gam a good 
impression of hdw it works. 

The key to success in SWOS is knowl- 
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how opponent teams are performing by 
selecting View World. By choosing a team 
(England. Itaty or Scotland in this demo) and 
a division you can find out who the highest 
goal scorers are, view the way in which their 



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games are played and check out each team, 
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understanding of alt these elements is 
required if you ere to become a champi- 
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World Cup. 

Allhough this exclusive Amiga Computing 
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promises even more, For a full listing of a 1 
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themselves. 

In total you receive 17 macros split 
inlo lour categories, namety Energy, 
Layout, Modeler and Business, as 
listed on ihis page. 


layout 



Although slightly more mundane than the 
energy collection, the Layout offerings still 
provide some invaluable tools. 

Snake is a prime example of painless 
automation which formerly would have been a 
tricky animating endeavour. Basically, Snake 
generates serpenline morph objects using 
bones, the end result being swimming fish, 
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BSowUp and Swarm. 

Mot surprisingly, shatter will ran- 
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defined number of pieces. To 


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operation is complete you have the 
option to then blow-up toe newly cre- 
ated pieces by defining the speed of 
the explosion, the force of gravity, 
the rotation of the pieces and so on. 


In addition, you can specify whether 
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bounce on impact with the ground. 
Fortunately the macro randomises 
the effect nicely, so ihe overall effect 
is pretty impressive. 

The final: element in the energy 
collection is the swarm macro which 
automatically generates swarming 
motion paths for an unlimited 
number of objects or lights within a 
scene - ideal tor flies around a can- 
dle and olher seemingly random 
events. 


Next comes Render Batch, which not sur- 
prisingly offers a similar facility lo that prov- 
ided by the render sequence feature in 
Wavemaker - see this month's features list 

Courtesy of Render Batch you can auto- 
mate the generation of an unlimited number 
of scenes, wilh the files saved as either 
Framestore or IFFs. 

Move Scene is another, sometimes essen- 
tial option which allows the transfer ol 
Lightwave scene lies between volumes and, 
in lum, machines. 

Not only does the macro alter ihe scene file 
to reflect the changes but it will copy all the 
objects and image maps to new user-defmed 
locations, with ihe only exception being 
sequential image maps. 

However, the new scene will still reflect the 
sequential -image selection, so ail you have lo 
do is move the sequence manually later on. 
Although far from glamorous, many profes- 
sionals may find lhi$ the most important 
macro on offer. 

Smooth Velocity is yet another painful task 
made easy, as it creates a constant velocity 
for an qxi sling motion path. Again this is a 
tricky proposition with spline -based motion 
paths. 

The Focal Distance macro puts another 
nighlmare lo the sword. Actually animating 
depth of field can he an absolute nightmare. 
Now (racking an object using a depth of field 
envelope couldrfl be simpler. 

You simply create an object entitled FDisi 
and place it in the scene. If the macro is 
applied the camera will track the object, pro- 
ducing a period DOF envelope for the scene. 


modeler 

Now we re entering Ihe real bread and butter depart- 
ment. starting wilh Load from Scene, which will urn pod an 
entire scene directly into modeler. 

Next comes Ihe Clone object and surfaces, yet anot- 
her excellent utility macro which automates the renaming 
of surfaces within cloned objects - surprise, surprise. 

Thanks to Ibis useful little number, duplicates of a par- 
ticular object not only get a number appended to the 
object but also matching attributes names in ascending 
order. Therefore ifs much quicker to define separate sur- 
face attributes tor the clones. 

Flip Around polygon is yet another handy addition 
which flips a selected polygon 180 degrees - often useful 
in conjunction with the Attach Polygon macro. Mirror 


using polygon is arguably one of the best modelling time- 
savers in the collection. This allows you to mirror an 
object via a selected polygon within Ihe scene - instant 
duplicates in any direction or angle. 

Save Pivot Point is easily my favourite Modeler macro. 
I find one of the most annoying aspects of importing, 
objects into Layout is Ihe program's habit of piling alt the 
objects inlo The scene on tap ol each other. This is partic- 
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larger hierarchical structure which then has to be 
painstakingly rebuilt. 

Fortunately, thanks to Save Pivot Point, Ihe nightmare 
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and define separate pivot points tor each sub-object. 

New when you run the macro all the elements in the 
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when imported into layout - absolute bliss. 


Business 

Finally we arrive al the corporate collection - Pie Chans being high on 
the agenda - with Iwo formats, one of which generates a single object 
using multiple surfaces for tha individual segments, while the second 
generates the pie segments as individual objects. The basic set-up lor 
both options is very straightforward. You simply run Ihe macro and a 
requester appears in which you can add up to eight segments. 

Simply supply the figures to as many segmenls as you require and 
Ihe macro does Ihe rest. Instant 3D market research with a couple of 
mouse clicks. Last of al! comes thg excellent Chart Legend macro which 
automatically generates a bevelled 3D plaque using an extruded 3D lent 
of your choice. The macro allows for up to 1 1 lines of text of unlimited 
tength. Once again everything is done for you. just type in the text and 
sit back as the macro docs the resL 


Derelict 


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f you've been monitoring Amiga 
news of late you may well have 
spotted Commodore's announce- 
ment lo skip I he planned release of the 
AAA chipset and opt for RISC based tech- 
nology tor the nexE generation of 
machines - liquidators willing. 

However, as is often the case on the 
Amiga, a ihird-party developer has 
already taken the first step towards RISC 
via the Raptor rendering engine. 

DeskStation Technologies - the cre- 
ators of Ehe Raptor - were initially com- 
missioned to produce the Screamer ren- 
dering engine to accompany Newtek's 
Toaster, or to be more accurate 
Lightwave. 

However, although a handful of Beta 
Screamers did make it oul into Ihe indus- 


try \ he project never came to full fruition, 
at which point tho partnership dissolved 
leaving DeskStation with a lot of 










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development seemingly down the drain. 
Undaunted, they went on to complete the 
project under their own steam, the ^nd 
result being the Raptor II and Raptor Plus 
Workstations Not only did the company 


complete the project, they in tact 
improved the original specification bv 
effectively doubling the speed by adding 
the very latest R460Q RISC chips to the 
system - the fastest CPU's available in 



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DECEMBER 1 994 











COVER FEATURE 


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Operators opinions 


Although Amiga Computing has had 
the pleasure of a Raptor It on lest. 
Team 17 B s John Allardice has been 
lucky enough lo be at the controls of 
the Raptor Plus for quite some lime, 

As you can see from the screen 
shots, John is no stranger lo 
Lightwave, As a result he's the guy to 
question when it comes to the finer 
points of the new union. 

As any 3D animator will know to 
their cost, experimentation is the key 
to quality images and animation. 
Basically, the more test renders you 
make the better the end results. And In 
John's opinion this is the real benefit 


of the Raptor. Having the power to 
experiment makes at! the difference. 
You learn by experience and courtesy 
of the Raptor - the learning curve is 
transformed from a mountain into a 
molehill. 

Aside from enhancing mastery of 
the software, John is also particularly 
impressed by the Raptors ability to 
handle some of Lightwave's advanced 
animating options with ease. 

During testing, full video frames 
which take perhaps 30 seconds lo ren- 
der normally only took between two to 
four seconds longer when rendered 
with time consuming extras such as 


motion blur and particle blur added. 
Normally adding such options dramat- 
ically increases rendering, but with the 
Raptor the difference is barely notice- 
able. In fact to Illustrate how fast the 
system is, John s main complaint was 
the time taken to save images to disk. 

On his existing system the average 
frame takes around 17 seconds to 
save - which is often half the time 
taken to render the actual image itself. 

It s a testament to how much impact 
the Raptor has had on Team 17 that 
Ihey have already ordered a second 
Raptor Plus to accompany their exist- 
ing machine. 



twin, CPU set-up, thereby malchmg the 
original Screamer speed for approximately 
half the price. 

OK, we've mentioned it's fasl. bul ho 
does a RISC-based rendering engine link 
up Ihe Amiga? A good question, wilh 
Ethernet connection being ihe answer, 
Forlunately there’s much more lo the 
Raptor II than simply a super fast CPU. 

DISGUISE 

In reality, each Raptor II is in facl a fully 
fledged RISC- based PC workstalion. com- 
plete with its own monitor, mouse, key- 
board. CD-ROM, SCSI II controller. 
Ethernet and 24-bil video board all run- 
ning under WindowsNT. 

As a result ail you need is a compatible 
Ethernet card in your Amiga - the hydra III 
being ihe preferred choice. Once Ihe two 
are connected all lhal remains is to install 



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the existing range. As a result the Raptor 
Plus now pumps out rendered images 60 
times faster than a standard 25Mhz 
MOOD, while Ihg Raptor II manages 
roughly half (hat via ils single, rather than 


Ihe Dream team 


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Available within the next few 
months are selections of games 
featuring the delights of 3D ren- 
dered scenes and action, The 
two most touted tides are Super 
Stardust and Alien Breed; Tower 
Assault, the former being an 
updated sequel to Asteroids with 
large and glossy 3D knobs on r 
and the latter the sequel to the 
top-down classic that includes a 
rather impressive introduction, as 
detailed elsewhere in this article. 

King of Thieves, also available 
on the Amiga,, is a blend of risk- 
style strategy and arcade action 

where the player must amass as much riches, land and power as 
possible by planning and invading various caslles and strong- 
holds. Again, Ihe game will feature rendered cut a ways, intro and 
ending to add to the atmospherics. 

Witehwood, a scrolling adventure game, and a ho si of other 
titles are also making an appearance next year. From what we've 
seen so far of the work in progress, all dispirited and gloom-laden 
Amiga game players will be pleasantly surprised 



the ScreamerNet software and the 
Lightwave rendering engine onto the 
Raptor The is achieved by actually 
installing the software on the Amiga which 
in turn adds the necessary software lo the 
Raptor via the aforementioned Ethernet 
conneclign. 

Afler installing those two disks of 
essential data you're off and running. In 
fact the floppy duet are the only elements 
that require installation by the user, as 
each Rap l or ships with its Windows NT 
ope rating system pre-instalied. 

I must admit l find the choice of 
Windows NT as the preferred OS rather 
annoying, simply because of the massive 
amcunl of system resources it demands 
However, I hat's NewTek's chosen 05 for 


M-iriyn Brown, Creative 
Oirec tot of Team f 7 


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network rendering and given its prowess 
in this particular area, I suppose it's a wise 
movo. 

But even so, the lact remains that in 
order to run Windows NT 1&Mb ol RAM is 
a minimum — simply to boot The machine. 
Fortunately the Raptor II ships with 32Mb 
of 36-bit RAM as standard, which can be 
expanded to 128Mb it the need arises. 


EXPANSION 

Its bigger brother, namely the Raptor 
Plus, ships with a massive 64Mb as stan- 
dard - which again can be expanded to 
126. 

When it comes to storage you receive a 
500Mb hard drive as standard, split into 
two partitions, one being dedicated to 
import and storage of Lightwave scene 
files and texture maps, while the remain- 
ing drive is left to Windows NT and any 


other software you see fit to install. 

Obviously the NT version of the infa- 
mous windows has real appeal to those 
running the Workstation as a network 
server, but as a basic OS for a rendering 
engine it does seem to be a case of over- 
kill. However, it must be stressed ihe 
Raptor is sold as a complete computer 
which, when the need arises, can double 
up as a rendering engine for other 
machines. 


llianto to this mysterious 
addition to the menu bar you 
hart ability toe up to eight processors 
[Qiinetted uia a Uindcws HI 
network 




In fact given the necessary Ethernet 
connections, customised Amiga software 
and the installation of the appropriate ren- 
dering engine, there's no reason il 
couldn’t turn its hand to just abou! any 
application — in theory. 

As existing Lightwave 3.5 users will be 
well aware, the program boasts an SN - 
alias Screamer Net - button on (ha layout 
control panel and it’s from here you make 
the connection with the Raptor. 

Thanks to this mysterious addition to 
tho menu bar you have ihe ability to use 
up to eight processors connected via a 
Windows NT network. 

As a result, Ihe potential speed of a 




Although Ihe Raptor system makes a dramatic difference when it comes to 
Lightwave, it must be stressed fulfy that it only has any affect on Lightwave 
rendering. 

As a result, the rest of your system wifi still depend entirely on the speed of your 
existing CPU, As it stands, the best way to increase processing times across Ihe 
Amiga in general is by adding a Warp Engine or a similar 040 accelerator to your 
system. 

However, by the time you read this article the first generation of 060 accelerators 
should be shipping, which it the literature is to be believed will provide speeds 
around 12 times that of a standard 25Mhz 040 A4000. 


Si|5tem speed 


fully populated system is mind numbing - 
and would theoretically result in rendering I 
limes approaching 500 times that ol a 
standard A400G 040. 

As meniioned above., the iwo Raptc | 
varianls ship with one and two CPU 
respectively, so It's possible to add four 
Raptor Plus's or eight Raptor lls to a sin- 1 
gle Amiga. 

SIMPLICITY 

Assuming the necessary connections 
and software are in place, setup is pretty 
straightforward. Once Lightwave is boo- 
ted the first task is to initialise Ihe Raptor 
hy clicking on Ihe button provided in the 
SN menu. 

It alt’s well you then simply Send 




TJie results of the Raptor 
Plus and Light wa ve wilt 
appear throughout the 
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DECEMBER 1 994 





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COVER FEATURE 



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“*-■ entire Lightwave scene is copied io 
rendering engines hard disk, 
f yog then select render the power of 
*» the available GPUs on the net are put 

* AOFk rendering the scene. 

It for some reason you don't like the 
^xi results* you can simply alter the nec- 
tssary elements and Send Scen& File, 

* " ch updates the Raptor version of your 
teiest alterations - a big lime- saver over 

■ dmg the entire scene via the Send Ait 
- -s button. 

h's also possible to update objects and 
nages within the scene via separate but- 

* ns. as well as update the Raptor version 
the rendering engine when you receive 

* "£w revision to Lightwave. 

When you p ve finished a particular scene 
“ ear AW Fites not surprisingly removes 
the existing scene from the rendering 
■gmes hard drive, ensuring there's 
: enly of space for the next scene. £yj 


Uerdict 


3y now I'm sure you've spotted (he 
price lag for both versions of the 
Raptor, As a result it goes without say- 
nq the system is definitely for the very 
serious end of the Amiga market. 

However, even at such a jaw drop- 
Oi ng price the system nevertheless 
brings the Amiga true workstation per- 
formance g( and even beyond that 
of the most powedul Silicon Graphics 
Systems - and all at a fraction of the 
price. 


The Amiga wouldn't be the same without that group of 
programmers, artists and manage men I in Wakefield, 
Yorkshire that have consistently produced games ot 
high calibre for the Iasi few years. 

Team 17 are synonymous with the image of a small, 
youth-based bunch of enthusiasts who decided not so 
tong ago that they wanted to do something with the 
Commodore machine lhat many other companies were 
having (rouble doing - producing playable games. 

Before you begin wondering how much Team 17 
may have paid this financially starved writer to write 
such a glowing report, it does well to bear in mind that 
the average score for all their games across all maga- 
zine formats is above ninety percent. Not a bad track 
record. 

As one of the onFy software companies remaining 
that hasn't been bought oul yet by the likes of Electronic 
Arts or Virgin, the independent, old school of thinking 
Team 17 still have an extremely healthy financial back- 
bone to apply pressure to when the need arises for 
investing in the future. 

The Raptor Plus was one such decision. Gosling in 
the region of £14.000, if was seen as a must-have 
piece of kit for the graphic artisls on site. Mariyn Brown, 
creative director and Mr Firm bul Fair guy round the 
office, explains their predicament. "The Amiga 4000 can 
only render so much af a lime and seamed a waste of 
John Allard ice's [3D animation artist] potenliai. We 
came up with two options to resolve the situation - buy 
a Silicon Graphics machine or use the Amigas we 
already have " 

DeskStation Technology's accelerator was and still is 
seen as ihe best choice. "On hearing lhat il was SO 
times faster at rendenng than an Amiga 4000. we went 
out, contacted Bill Owen at RAMiga International and 
bought one,” 

Bul why not an SGI? 'There was no point," explains 
Martyn "We already had Amigas and we would have to 
scale down the output of the SGI anyway for whatever 
machine we're targeting. Two to three platforms at the 
moment can show (he actual output from the Raptor 


and Lightwave. The system is highly cost effective." 

Indeed, it would seem lhat DID, the 3D programmers 
behind Inferno and the classic TFX, have plans to do 
the same. As one American artist said, unlike an SGI, 
buying a top-spec 3D Amiga system "is cheaper than a 
house" 

The financial and Time saving benefits offered by the 
newly installed Raptor Plus are already on ample dis- 
play. "With the Raptor, you can do a minute or two of 
animation in a couple of days where it mighi have taken 
two weeks before. The old cltche "lime is money" is very 
appropriate," states Martyrs. “ Instead of having three 
guys doing an intro sequence, it's just John and the 
Raptor.' 

Marty n is sure that the introduction to Microcosm, 
which took a long time to pul together, could be created 
in two months with Their currant setup. Unlike the much 
hyped and overrated Psygnosis lille though. Team 17s 
creative director is adamant that flashy intros featuring 
glossy 3D graphics will no! become the Focus of their 
forthcoming games. 

"I'm not into interactive movies. The only reason 
wa re making the investment in ihe high end kit is to 
add atmosphere and a movie-like backing," said 
Mgrtyn. "With this hardware, we can make everything 
look a lot better The results add believabikly to the 
overall title - we've always concenlraled On gamepfay." 

With the Amiga al The core of all their operations and 
a substantial catalogue of games to be released on the 
Commodore machines over the next year or so, (here is 
no fear of Team 17 jumping boat and leaving its fans in 
the lurch, "People who say that you can't make money 
out of the Amiga are talking crap - the Amiga games 
are still at (he fop of the Gallup charts consistently.'* 

Indeed. Marty n is quite clear on why many compa- 
nies lose money when they release a product on the 
1200. He believes that most releases aren't worth the 
disk they're stored on and punters just aren’f interested 
to being ripped off. 

As tor future releases, there are some very promising 
titles on the way . Product: Raptor I (/Plus 



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m facl there a re over a hundred functions and 
1 20 Macros available. 

All the features you'd expect are there. 
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mouse lets you highlight a range. 

Data can be cut, copied or pasted either by 
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me calculations in the rest of the document. 

PROTECTION 

If you're using this package at home you 
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Thera's also a facility allowing the user to 
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Imagine a set of calculations is based on 
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The integrated database is a powerful addi- 
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matches, average and so on. 

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colour and 3D effects can be incorporated. 

The package allows you to choose different 
fonts For headings and so on, and these can 
be enlarged tor a more emphatic look. 
Frames can also be drawn up to highlight 



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fields of data. Add to this Ihe ability to change 
the background colour of sections of the 
sheet, plus alignment and colurnrtfrow sizing 
functions and it becomes obvious that Turbo 
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A final feather in its cap regarding presen- 
tation is its integrated graphic print. It trans- 
fers the processed sheet as a free scalable 
graphic to the printer and, thanks to the new 
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Sadly, the documentation supplied was not 
up lo the standards set so far. An attempt has 
been made lo cater for the beginner but the 


Small faults aside, TurboCalc is an excellent product. In fact, 
our accountant was Impressed enough to compare it 
favourably with Excel, with which it has a lot of similarities. 

The speed and simplicity offered by the interface has by no 
means compromised its power as a pure spreadsheet analy- 
sis program. Whal's more. Amiga accounts work has never 
looked this good before. 

To be honest most home users won t use more than a fifth 
of the functions available, but Its flexibility Is commendable 
all the same. Already popular in Germany, Turbo deserves to 
be a winner over hors. 


translation from German into English some- 
times causes confusion. 

On-line help isn’t bad and covers most of 
the commands you'll need, Having said that, 
sections could be sub-divided more to allow 
quicker access to the required topic. 

Turbo not only supports ARexx but it also 
has a built in Macro-feature and these pow- 
erful tools will allow 5 users lo automate 
processes. Even the beginner should be 
able to use Macros in this program. They 
can either pick from a menu of built-in 
options or they can record a sequence of 
keyboard instructions. JT*¥ 


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The bottom line 

Product: TurboCalc V2.0 
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TeL 0234 273000 
Price: £59.95 


Ease of use 
Implementation 
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Overall 


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W “ ■ i ith the Hood of Lightwave add-ons 
pouring in from across She pond, IS 
may seem a Irtlle hasty to pick one 
package as the best of She hunch. However, 
after spending a few hours in the company oF 
Wave mg kef it's a risk l"m more than willing to 
take. 

Unlike thi vasl majority of third-party offer- 
ings, Wavemaker doesn't actually add any 
new features to the basic Lightwave reper- 
toire. However, what il does provide is noth- 
ing short of a dream come true for countless 
commercial animators. 

In short, it bongs automaton to the some- 
limes painful process of 3D design and ani- 
mation. In essence, Wavemaker does for 3D 
what Scala & Co. have done for 2D images 
and conventional Amiga animation. 

Basically ihe program is the first to offer 
point and dick 3D design. During installation 
a huge collection of motion paths, objects and 


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even tbe odd texture map is added - all neatly 
tucked away in Ibe Wavemaker directory. 

After the five disks have finishad adding 
Iheir contents to your system, all that remains 
is to fire -up the software and sit back in 
amazement as the software goes to work 
compiling animated scenes in seconds, which 
normally would fake hours of painstaking 
attention to detail. 

Although a slight exaggeration, this is 
almost exactly what happens when using the 
software in its simplest form. The only thing 
required is an existing Lightwave logotype 
object. This can be anything you like, usually 
consisting of extruded text. 

As you're probably aware Lightwave, 
or rather modeler, can convert PostScript 
fonts into 2D polygons which in turn can be 
extruded into 3D. Assuming you have either a 
string of text or an existing 3D logo, you 
simply select it and you're off. At this poinf the 




As you've probably gathered. Wavemaker is impressive, 
but there is One slight problem, Although designed to work 
hand In hand with Lightwave, I'm afraid in certain cases it 
doesn’t, 

As you can see from the screen shot, certain aspects of 
the interface are dedicated to interacting directly 
with Lightwave - the idea being you run both programs 
simultaneously. 

For the most part this option works perfectly. However 
due lo what Axiom Sotiware describe as a bug within 
Lightwaves, 5, the program cannot transfer scenes directly 
to Lightwave as it can with earlier versions 

The problem is caused because 3.5 demands at least 
one light in every scene file. In the past this wasn't the 
case, and as a result Wavemaker doesn't Including a light 
as part of its scene files. 

Unfortunately, like many other third-party products it 
has been caught out by the surprise release of 3.5 
According to a spokesman at Axiom they've already con- 
tacted Lightwave's designer and he has promised lo 
rectify the problem with the next Lightwave upgrade - due 


in November, in practise this means you cannot run both 
packages simultaneously, as Wavemaker automatically 
updates the present Lightwave scene whenever you save 
a newly created script - at which point Lightwave crashes. 

Although a seemingly terminal problem, (here is a 
simple solution. You simply create and save your script, 
at which point a Lightwave scene Nle is generated 
automatically. 

You then load Lightwave, import the scene manually, 
save it immediately - at which point a single light is added 
by Lightwave - then reload it and everything works 
perfectly, 

In practise this Is only a minor inconvenience, however 
it does affect one feature quite dramatically. Unfortunately, 
due to the problem it's impossible to use iha Render 
Frame feature within Wavemaker, as this demands you 
save the script wilh Lightwave running in the background, 
which of course causes a crash. 

Fortunately this is the only feature lost as all others 
work perfectly, regardless of whether Lightwave is active 
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object is auto-scaled to fit m with ihe other 
elements in the newly created Wavemaker 
scene. However, this doesn't mean your 
fisting logo will be overwritten. Thankfully 
ihe program simply scales the object and 
saves it out with the same name plus a .WTVT 
suffix - therefore leaving your original object : 
safe and sound. 

Once scaled you have three choices, j 
Firstly, you can let the software apply a little 
artificial intelligence and build an entire j 
animation automatically using its own | 
selection of objects, motion paths and goIout 
combinations. 

The second alternative Is to go for one o* 
the IS Prefab animations. In this case you ! 
have a greater degree of control courtesy of a 
pop-up requester which engines you to define 
the duration of the logos introduction plus the 
amount of time - in frames - that it will be 
held in position. 

INTERCHANGE 

In addition you're also given the choice 
to use your existing logo, exchange it for 
another, or use a nuil object, which in reaHly is 
simply a relerence point which denotes Ihe 
location of a would- he logo in ihe scene - the 
idea being that you use Lightwave's replace 
object feature tg inlercFwige the logos of your 
choice - or perhaps leave it out altogether. 

The third, and by far the most Flexible 
option is to build your own animation Irom ali 
the elements an offer. Although this involves a 
few extra mouse clicks, the end results are 
well worth it as layer after layer of animated 
Objects accompany your logo - each with 
its own designer motion path and surface 
attributes. 

AT this point it's perhaps worth explaining 
whal kind of animation, and perhaps more lc 
She point, what kind of enrmator Wavemaker 
has been designed for. 

Wavemaker is unlikely to win you any 
prizes as a 3D animator, However it’s very 
likely to secure many a commercial contract 






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As ever it's diftietjll to envisage animalipn on 
page, but il you've ever watched the inter- 
nes during the Super bowl you've seen- 
exactly the kind of animation Wavemaker can 
treats. 

In short, fast and glossy American eye 
ta'idy, the stuff lhat corporate types kill lor. 
t s glitz and glamour approach may not 
appeal to your artistic sensibilities but ihe end 
■esults am about as eye catching as anything 
■ ju'II ever see on-screen. 

The basic system revolves around adding 
a user definable motion path for your logo 
. ”idst a sea of what are known as numies 
%urnies being a term coined by Ron 
Thornton, the British animator responsible tor 
w e Lightwave sequences in BabylonS. 

A nurnie is simply a generic name for any- 
thing and everything that has no real pur- 
pose, other than to add a little more excite- 
ment to a scene. The phenomena usually 


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take the form of flying stars, streaks, and all 
manner of revolving shapes which invariably 
fly around in all directions. 

Take them away and you have a boring 
bounce-on. bounce-off logo anim, add them 
and you have whal appears to bo a massive 
30 production number 

Admittedly, Wavemaker offers more than 
just automated nurnie generation, but in 
essence that's what's on offer. Cliche per- 
haps, but l guarantee the package would pay 
for itself within days. Obviously, once the nov* 
city of the Smart anim and Prefab options has 
worn off the vast majority of your lime is spent 
compiling your own designs from the ele- 
ments on offer. Bui even In this, the most 
cample* option, a dozen yes/no mouse clicks 
still completes the entire process. 

Once the ubiquitous logo is chosen you 
then pick between one of 75 intro motions, 
hold positions and outfro styles - all shown as 
miniature graphic push -button selectors. 

After specifying motion you move on to 
defining the pause prior to the introduction, 
the time laken for the mho itself. its pause in 
position, Ihe outtro, and finally the frame time 
before the anim concludes. 

Nexl comes background selection. Here 
you can choose between g solid, a gradient - 
eight styles are provided with user control 
over both the light and dark colours - a single 
image or image sequence 

Following this comes the all important ele- 
ments, consisting of eight separate layer loca- 
tions each holding its own animated collection 
of object. Once selected, Ihe majority pop-up 
a second requester enabling you to define its 
direction, rotation if applicable, speed and 
colouring. 

In total there are 40 separate effects on 
offer, each of which can be customised. Add 



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Although Wgvamaker generates its 
own script files and Lightwave 
scene files, it's also more than 
happy to operate with standard 
lightwave scene files. As a result it 
can also prove an essentia! overall 
production tool. 

A particularly pleasanl addition is 
Che ability to generate storyboards 
from any Lightwave scene. To pro- 
duce a storyboard you simply selecl 
a scene file and specily whether 
you want nine or 16 panels in ihe 
storyboard image. 

The software then automatically 
divides the scene by the chosen 
number and sets about rendering 
those frames in the resolution of 


your choice. Once rendered, il then 
loads each frame for Ihe storyboard 
into the supplied scene, mapping 
Ihe newly created images onto a 
series of panel objects. This is then 
rendered separately and you end 
up with a complete sloryboard. 
ready to use a as reference for 
yourself and your cite nls 

Another exeallenl addition i$ the 
Build Sequence option A click on 
this ballon reveals a requester 
which can held 1 5 separate scenes 
that can be rendered in sequence 
automatically. 

Each scene location has Fts owm 
output requestor, so you can specify 
individual save locations for each. 


with the images saved as either 
RGB's or Framestores. And ol 
course frame start, stop and step 
can also be user defined. 

Thanks to this excellent addiliom 
you can set-up a huge batch render 
of multiple scenes and leave the 
combination of Wavemaker and 
Lightwave to generate the whole 
thing automatically over as many 
hours or days as it takes. 

It's also possible to render a 
single scene using the Start anima- 
tion button Quite why you wouldn't 
quit cut and render direct from 
Lightwave is a mystery, but 1 
suppose it s been added for 
completeness. 


all eighi layers together and, 
as you can imagine, the end 
results can be Impressive. 

Next comes camera con- 
trol. Admittedly Ihis is pretty 
basic stuff with the options 
ranging from: A little closer, 
Default and Back a little However, one of the 
beauties of WaveMaker anims is the rnmimal 
use of key frames, so ihore’s no problem 
editing object or camera movement when the 
scene is loaded into Lightwave. 

The final element is to decide which reso- 
lution and rendering settings your new scene 
wifi employ - again all very slraightforwand. 

As you'd expect you can choose between 
resolutions, but belter still, by using the 
advanced options it's possible to specify 
whether you require anti-aliasing, the aspect 
ratio, and whether or not to use field render- 
ing and motion blur. 


1 

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Obviously Ihe problem of direct scene 
importation is slightly annoying, but to be 
honest if isn't a major problem. As a 
whole, Wavemaker is nothing shod of a 
masterpiece, and tor anyone who does a 
lot of corporate videography it's an 
absolute essential. Quite simply add-on 
software at its very best. 


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Ease of use 
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t would seem that all computer pack- 
ages need a main character - 
someone or something who's do- 
able, hopefully individual and that the 
: : . ar wants to control and manipulate. 

Games have th&ir ragtag team of heroes - 
Sonic, Mario and James Pond to name but a 
Edutainment, that ghastly description of 
* - n" learning titles, has Noddy, also Mano 
lend now Bertie Bunny, the musical white rab- 
&* normally found up a magician's sleeve. 

The Canadian-born bucktooth is the pre- 
senter of the Making Music package that con- 
i sts of two disks and a sheet of paper with 
f® briefest instructions summarised on it, The 
a 'ware is aimed at children between two 
*nd 1 2 - the producer boldly claims that 
Bertie has enough scope to appeal across 
-:n a wide range, 

It as a parent, you were hoping to buy the 
: ackage and (hen leave the kids alone with it 
J make themselves busy, you would be sadly 
mistaken. First up is installing the software to 
■ ■ jr hard drive, then troubleshooting any 
:-3biems that should happen to arise, then 
wading the instructions which unfortunately, 
a ‘nough well written - are on screen and not 
n “he form of a printed manual. 

Once that has all been sorted, it’s onto the 
main program itself which Is easy to use after 
the first attempt. Split into three distinctive 
•eclions, the user is able to journey through 
each pad in two differing ways. For the very 
young 1 it's possible to “bang" on the keys 
which simply chooses whichever instrument 
or icon I hat the Bertie is bouncing on at that 
tune. 

The mouse comes into play for the more 
danced in years whereby they can select 
what they want to do like any other package, 
"ho actual sections that make up the program 
are the Instrument room, the lune room and 
the studio. 

Each segmenl is displayed wilh ihe help of 
colourful icons and Bertie Bunny who 
bounces round the screen, following your 




From out of nowhere comes Eiahing 
fIJusir With Bertie Emm, primed and 
ready to help Hids learn how to 
understand and create their own 
toons. Edam Phillips reuiews 


pointer movements. The itislmmertl room 
consists of several icons representing the dif- 
ferent musical sounds - saxophone, piano, 
trumpet, flute, clarinet, electric guitar, violin 
and steel drums, 

X-HEAD 

Using Bertte to grab the instruments and 
move them, up to lour can bs selected for 
use in ihe studio or tune room. Once done, 
moving into the studio allows ths user to play 
each instrument individually via the keyboard. 

On Ihe 1 200, only one key can be pressed at 

a time but on the 4000, up to three can be s*r«r your 

used simultaneously. The tune room offers 

eight familiar songs to dabble with - Twinkle 

Twinkle Little Star, Mary Had A Little Lamb «r Vfl ^br« 



M# a trip inf* the itudit? 
and compose a fmm tcwiwm 


Maty Had a Litlla Lamb. Lonctorv Bridge 
and of Aer nursery classics art* alalia bl& 
at thm cJjpfi Qf a bunn y hopping button 


and London Bridge make up part of the 
repertoire. The melody of Ihe lune is 
played by ihe lop instrument, the coun- 
terpoint by the second and so 
on. It is possible to just 
1 choose a single sound lo 

- play the tone as well . 

Four more instruments and tones 
are available from Wind Shadow. 
Ihe makers of Ihe package, if the 
registration disk is sent to them. 
The sound effects that come 
with the title are relatively 
effective and can bo recognised in 
relation to their real life counterparts. 

My only gripe which would Oven send a 
three year old up the wall after awhile, is the 
incredibly annoying jumping noise that Bertie 
makes every time he moves anywhere. It 
g rales on the nerves and I was nearly assault- 
ed by the entire office- after only five minutes of 
using the little furry fellow. 

Graphically, the whole proceedings are 
rather crude and uninspiring. While there is 
supposed to be a child-like style to the graph- 
ics. it does look shoddy and amateurish. 

As far as the edutainment factor of the 
package goes, while two lo seven year olds 
will enjoy tinkering with the keyboard and 
hearing the tones using different instruments. 
I'm just a little cynical about how into resting 
your average nine lo 12 year old will find 
Bertie's rather limited set-up. 

It would have been nice lo see more sec- 
tions with more options for older children such 
as special sound F/Xs like sustain, a basic 
recording and playback facility and a ho$l of 
other options. 

As Bertie Bunny stands, it's ideal for the 
very young and absolute and utter beginner 
but for a child with a few years behind them, 
he/she is going to find ihe package lacking in 
scope. 

Oh, and just for a change, Bertie Bunny 
would appear to be hard drive only. 

SVSItm ESSEnilHLS 

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Product: Making Music with 
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Supplier WindShadow Software 
Phone : 0101 905 836 4400 
Price: £24.99 


Ease of use 
Implementation- 
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Overall 


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/fcsf impressions matter but- 
whdt's hidden behind the stems . — 
Frank fiord deiues deeper into — 
imagefhaster and finds out — 


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ell, it’s been a long time singe I 
took Image Master for a test drive 
The copy I bought (v9.23) ts ages 
old now and doesn't even reside on my 
hard drive any more. Still, l thought to 
myself, it should be interesting to see whal 
they’ve come up with for this version. 

The first shock I got upon opening 
I mage Masters box was the I act that the 
sizeable manual they used to include was 
gone. I wondered for a second whether 
there had been some sort of mi slake, but 
out of l he corner of my eye I noticed one of 
the sheets of paper accompanying several 
disks in an otherwise bare box. 


master 



house 


JferargtftoMe? dmfga 
Higft Res? Pah! 


Manual 

This sheet wenl to greai lenglhs lo 
explain that since Black Belt was such an 
ecologically sound company it would no 
longer be producing the manual on paper 
(only later did it say that it's also really 
rather expend ve). 

So we have a pi rales dream. Software 
complete with manual on seven disks. Bui 
is it a user's dream too? Hmnfi, well, a mam 
ual on a disk sounds okay in theory bul 
I he re are a couple of problems. 

The first is thal ImageMaster uses a sep- 
arate screen ter Ap Assist, their online man- 
ual program, so you have to continually flip 
screens lo go from one to the other (t 
would make things easier if you could just 
flip back and forth using, the Help key but, 
unfortunately, that just puts you back at Ihe 
contents page each time, resulting in the 
user having to re-find her place all 


the time. The other major problem with 
online documentation is a lack of portability. 
Until someone brings out a laptop Amiga 
you are never going to be able to read this 
manual on Ihe train. 

I would like to be able to go straight into 
sections detailing special effects, iransfor- 
malions, etc, from the contents page- There 
are a tot of buttons on it for what seems like 
introductory stuff that could have all been 
on one button and then only a couple of 
buttons where there should be a dozen. 

However, there are a lot of good things 
about this manual. For instance, the little 
animations playing inside the manual and 
the intern clive tutorials which work by click- 
ing a button on the manual page which 
takes you back into Image Master's inter- 
face where you are presented with 
whichever effect you have chosen demon- 
strated on an existing buffer, with the option 
to undo She effect al the end of the demon- 
stration. On n-ow tc the program itself. 


ImageMaster has always been the leader : 
of the three main image processing pack- j 
ages in terms of effects appliabie, and this | 
version still offers more little gizmos to play 
with than either Image FX or AD Pro. 


Uses 

Not oil of them are very useful, but hav- 
ing a reasonably good morphing package 
built in to ImageMaster will certainly win il a 
number of friends straight away. 

The stability of ImageMaster also seems 
much improved (the version I own was 
prone to frequent crashes) and Ihe inter- 
lace is a lot more consistent, if still a little 
overwhelming with the sheer amount o' 
options presented and the names chosen I 
tor these options. 

As an example, how about cropping 
•mage? Since ImageMaster gives the user 
such a wide variety of area selection tools 
a crop should be a doddle wouldn't you 
think? Bul no, try as I might, I couidn'i lint: 


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i -..l: command in the interface and ! had 
to fie sort lo the manual which didn’t seem to 
ttetai a crop command either (even in the 
ndex) r 

Surely some mistake? Mo, it's just ihal 
l^ageMaster refers to cropping as u clip- 
; ng and hitting ihe Clip button in the man- 
na brought me to the description of how it 
-• done, (Slow, (his is a trivial example and if 
f - jdn't been about 4am when I was trying 
it c'Dp this image I probably would have 
ta*d "Oh yes, silly me, Black Bell calls the 

process clipping, 

+ 

infamiliar 

Easy peasy", but it just goes to show that 
.-bimiliarity can breed contempt just as 
ssily as familiarity. (At the time I was even 
r eiy tempted just to load ihe image into 
-DPro because it was easier lo crop the file 
r "here). Insisting on the user having to 
-»ce stuff into gadgets is also not on In my 
opinion If you are going id require AFtexx 
? n pts for a redraw (why?) then at least 


are supposed to be able to relocate your 
selected area by holding down the hghl 
mouse button while drawing The area out - 
this doesn't work eilher. 

When you get right down lg it, what soil, 
of interface doesn't give you any option but 
to carry on with a process, even if you don't 
want to, and relies on you being able to hit 
the cancel gadget while the operation in 
question is being performed or having an 
Undo buffer. 

Next comes the question of the Film SI rip, 
ImageMaster’s preview window for anima- 
tion and morphing/warping operations. I 
don't consider my machine underspecified 
with 1 4M S of RAM, but even before I 
loaded an image there was “No RAM avail- 
able for FilmStrip" 1 . \ tried ail sorts of things 
to get it going, but to no avail - if you'll 
excuse the pun. 

Having exhausted all the possibilities I 
was witling to try to get the FilmStrip up and 
running, I decided I would have a go at the 
Wipe tutorial detailed in the manual. After a 


Retargetable? Someone saq 
retargetable? 

As those of you who read this rag regularly know, I am the proud 
owner of a Picasso II graphics card. So si was with delight that I 
read the blurb on ImageMaster’s box saying it was retargetable. 

How disappointed can you get? Very. I mage Master doesn't 
oven use the display database for its preview screen choice and 
its choices for retargetting are limited to Firecracker (an NTSC 
frame buffer by Impulse that hasn’t been made for a good couple 
of years), HAM-E (by Black Bell, also no longer in production) , 
Harlequin (and thus Retina) and AGA. 

1 don't consider being able to run on AGA “retargetting". but I 
would expect lo see an option lo choose the screen mode your- 
self rather than a 1.3-iype "Do you want Hi Res, do you want 
Lace?" request. Come on. Blaok Belt gel into the Nineties, man. 


I mage Master is certainly one for the serious 
image processors out there, with ils ability 
to show ID cross-sectional palette inlormg- 




Pfoces^ing 
Mt it * bell. 


lion and sped rum analysis, logarithmic rep- 
resentations and a gorgeous 3D histogram, 
whose only fault is thal it can't be rotated 
at all. 

If you know your Variance Conversions 
from your forced Dynamic Ranges then 
ImageMaster is the package for you. 

Offerings 

As for the rest of us. welt, Ym not so sure 
ImageMasler doesn't really offer all that 
much over Ihe ADPro/lmageFX axis other 
than its price which is much lower than 
either of the other two. 


present the user wilh a file requester lo 
choose the script from. 

While on ihe topic of niggles 
with the user interface, why did Black Belt 
Jedde to lump absolutely everything in the 
main executable? The I mage Master fife is 
ov^r 2MB in size which must make rt 
"arder to upgrade than using a modular 
approach which can be picked apart as 
necessary 

Other problems include the fact that 
clicking on the imagoMaster fVl logo in the 
main interface is supposed to bring up a list 
of information specific to your computer (it 
doesn't do anything), and Ihe fact that you 


bit of faffing and a crash I eventually got 
the result you should see somewhere 
about these pages. 

Control 

It's really quite good and The stars can 
be replaced with ellipses, reciangles, etc. 
There is a large amount of control 
over these efemenls including X & Y quan- 
tities, rotation and whether or not to 
have a variable transparency as Ihe 
wipE occurs. Although il all sa-ems rather 
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all the head scratching was about. 



It doesn't give as many file formats as the 
other two but does include ones thal are 
lathy abstruse, such as NASA's JPL formal 
which is probably used by about ooooh, five 
people in this country - this is the type of 
tailing thal ImageMaster exhibits 

In summary, while ImageMaster is a 
superb package in most respects it is let 
down by its insistence on an esoteric inter- 
face. its odd melhod of retargetting the dis- 
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Always un the look out for 
g bargain, my eyes left 
rheir sockets when on page 
127 of issue 77 of your 
mag i &aw the Compudeal 
Multimedia Systems advert. Wqw! Four 
games for thirty quid plus P&P. 

Hfnnfi, bankrupt stock, that’s why it's so 
ineap. So in a rush to avoid disappoint- 
ment I popped my cheque off in the post 
first thing. 

One month passed and I honestly 
nought I'd lost my money. But worse than 
that I'd unknowingly bought pirate soft- 
ware. On opening the package I discov- 
ered 11 disks which had been very obvi- 
ously ripped -off from originals. 

l can't understand why people use this 
trash, it's unreliable, buggy and god 
•mows how many viruses they include. Pd 
much prefer to pay for an original which 
includes the plot and instructions, which 
>n turn lead you into the game, than 
•eceive four or more parated games whsch 
’save me cold. 

lt'$ false economy because straight 
away you’re lempted to cheat which 
shortens the game’s life, you get bored 
quicker, you buy of obtain more pirate 
software, the software houses stop 
releasing games, the pirates move on to 
something else and you're left with an 
expensive table decoration - plus a load 
of very dodgy software. 

Get rid of l he pirates before they rid 
you of your Amiga. So lake my advice 
rind be careful who you order from. Thirty 
two pounds for 11 blank disks, that could 
have bought me a full game - false econ- 
omy or what! 

A Jenkins,. Crewe 


Well, before joining in to flog the 
pirates, It's worth stressing that the 
advertisers in question are already 
being tracked by the police, FAST and 
indeed Amiga Computing 's very own 
advertising department. 

Unfortunately it appears Comp u deal 
Multimedia Systems are a classic hit 
and run operation - one big score and 
off into the sunset. 

Obviously, with investigations still in 
progress it wouldn't be wise to go into 
further detail, however rest assured 
that everything possible is being done 
to track down this particular bunch of 
bad guys. 

By the nature of mail order it has 
obvious appeal to such criminals. The 
only crumb of advice I can offer is to 
only ever buy from regular advertisers. 
If the name s familiar It s fairly safe 
to say your money wilt be In good 
hands. 

No matter how glossy an advert or 
enticing the bargains don't be tooled, 
the cost of producing an ad is only a 
tiny fraction of what a professional 
operation will pull-down from Joe pub- 
lic if the con trick comes. 

For all those, who like yourself, have 
been stung by this particular scam I 
can only apologise thal we were duped 
into accepting their advert in the first 
place - which of course will never be 
paid for 

As for your comments on pirating in 
general, ifs pleasing to see there are 
still people out there who realise what 
copying will mean in the long term. No 
market, no development, no Amiga, it’s 
literally thal simple. 


Thoughts on Imagine 





Hduice line 


] am seeking advice on a database pur- 
chase. It should be capable of storing a 
vast number of entries, importing graphics 
and sound and possibly adaptable to 
incorporate an initial menu system. 

I have thumbed through your pages of 
PD offers but I'm not sure what the individ- 
ual software offers. I am not specifically 
looking for PD, if oould be a commercial 
package if there's anything suitable. 

PA. Newson. Great Yarmouth 

Strangely enough we had a fairly simi- 
lar query in last month's column. In 
your particular case I’d suggest 
Super Base Pro4 as the ideal solution to 
your database dilemma. 

If going commercial isn't a problem it 
offers the ideal solution with support 
tor both sound and graphics, plus it 
boasts its own internal programming 
language which wilt allow you to cus- 
tomise an existing database or build 
your own dedicated version front 
scratch. As you’ll soon discover the 
software ain’t cheap, but if you want 
this kind of power I’m afraid there's no 
alternative but to pay for it. 


Being an avid 3D modelling enthusiast I must admil 
I'm just a little confused. I'm about to upgrade from 
Imagine 2 but the question is should I go tor Imagine 
3 or save up and invest in UghlwaveSfs? 

I must admit. I wasn't ready considering Lightwave 
unkl fairly recently, but over the last few months ad the 
Amiga mags seem totally consumed by il. In just 
about every issue - Amiga Computing especially - 
they seem to come up with a seemingly endless 
collection of add-ons. 

Is it really that good, and if so why? Obviously, with 
several years of hard slog mastering Imagine behind 
mo, I don't exactly relish the prospect of learning a 
completely new package without very good reason. 

P Silvers Rhyl 

I can certainly sympathise with your dilemma. The 
hype for both programs has been massive and of 


course expectations and subsequent editorial 
has done little to clarify Ihe relative benefits of 
each. 

As you're probably well aware, both programs 
arc very impressive, but due to their release 
dates and the subsequent scramble for exclu- 
sives the two have never really gone head to 
head. 

However, as luck would have It you've come to 
the right place. Being the first Amiga mag to 
review both programs, we’re in a healthy position 
to offer a potted opinion on the pros and cons of 
both. 

if your primary interest is static images I’d sug- 
gest you stick, with Imagine, simply because it 
still offers the best photo-reallstle end results of 
all the Amiga’s ray tracers. 

Although a notoriously tricky business, 


Imagine's flexibility when it comes to texture 
mapping is second to none. However, if you're an 
animator, Lightwave is without doubt the best in 
the business. 

You only need to watch a couple of episodes of 
Baby I on 5 and SeaQuest D$v to have this proven 
beyond any doubt- Unlike Imagine. Lightwave is 
primarily an animation system which also dou- 
bles up as a ray tracing and modelling system. 

As a result, its texture mapping features aren't 
quite as comprehensive as those offered by 
Imagine, therefore a little more thought is needed 
if you require photo-realistic end results. 

Basically the whole thing boils down to yCur 
main interest. If it’s static images I'd recommend 
you stick with Imagine 3, but If animation is for 
you nothing comes close to the power of 
Lightwave. It’s quite simply In a league of ils own 


Amiga Comp uti n 9 


DECEMBER 1994 









L E TT E R S 


Hot and bothered 

I am asking for advice, -as I am worried 
that i may have a problem with my A6Q0. 
While I was at work, my small son muss 
have switched on the machine, so 
is stayed on until I heard the disk 
drive clicking when I went tg bed Lhat 
night, 

I don't know how long it had been ieft 
on, and it wouldn'l have mattered, 
except for the fact (has I always keep she 
dust cover on, and because of that the 
underneath of l he casing had become 
quite hot. 

Everything seems to be working tine, 
excepi that some loading screens and 
graphic displays now seem to shimmer - 
something which t didn't remember them 
doing before. 

Game graphics seem to be OK, and 
all my software seems to run wMhout a 
problem, it's just that, as I said, certain 
loading screens and graphic displays 
appear to flicker. 

Has my "little darling" done some 
damage? And is it likely to cost a lot to 
lix? Please help I'm extremely worried, 
as I don't have any spare cash and I 



need my computer working in tip top 
order. 

f.K. Gee, Bristol 


es'pr 


Hard driuG, hard work 



OK, we ll start with the possibil- 
ity of damage to your machine 
Although it may have been 
running for hours it's highly 
unlikely this caused any 
damage. 

Basically the only dam- 
age done will be to your 
electricity bill - and even 
this will be very minimal;. In 
99.3 per cent of cases leav- 
ing a machine on for days or 
even weeks wiM do it no harm 1 
whatsoever. 

In fact the only time your likely 
to experience a problem is when ^ 
you first switch the machine on, it’s at 
this point that the system is put under 
the most strain as the circuits receive 
a sudden jott of electricity on power- 
up. 

As for the dust cover remaining in 
place, I'd be very surprised if the insu- 
lation provided would be enough to 
overheat the machine to a dangerous 
degree. 

Obviously it's worrying when the 
casing warms up but if the machine 
still boots, and your software still runs 
there’s very little to worry about. 

As for the sudden screen flicker, I’d 
suggest this may be a psychosomatic 
reaction to the exploits of your ‘little 
darling,” Many programs boot-up 
using interlaced screen resolutions 


something to say 
through the pages of AC? 
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personally. He might also have to 
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L be offended if you end up 
getting the chop , 


and then revert to a normal non-inter 
laced display when in use. It’s possi- 
ble that until now you didn't pay much 
attention. 

Obviously this is only a possible 
solution, so I’d suggest you check 
your monitor connections and ensure 
that during his little adventure your 
son didn't accidentally alter your 
screen mode preference into Hi-res 
interlaced. 

Although this little episode maj 
have been a nasty shock, it's very 
unlikely your machine has sustained 
any damage. As for your nerves I'm 
not so sure. 


l would like to warn other readers against dealing with WTS Electronics Ltd 
who in their dealings wiih myself have not only been inefficient bul downright 
dishonest, I would urge readers to not be taken in by their glossy adverts 
and buy elsewhere, 

Many months ago I ordered a hard drive from this company who were only 
too ready to debit my credit card and promise a maximum delivery time of 2fl 
days. 

After six weeks and many phone calls to a Customer Services section lhat 
rarely answers the phone, I was told that the drive would be delivered in 10 - 
14 days. I decided to cancel the order and buy elsewhere, incidentally 
receiving an identical model hard drive within two days! 

You cannot cancel an order with WTS. You ring the people thal take 
orders who answer the phone within seconds but flatly refuse to deal with 
cancellations and tell you to contact Customer Services (who never answer 
the phone). 

They refuse point blank to transfer your call to the said department. 
Eventually 1 got through to Customer Services and to make sure I confirmed 
the cancellation in writing, 

A tow days later I got a letter apologising for the delay but which vefy 
carelully avoided mentioning the cancellation The familiar statement that 
“your goods will arrive in 10-14 days" appears but no confirmation of the 
cancellation. 

1 rang Customer Sendees - evenlually getting through - and made sure 
lhat they knew I wanted the order cancelled and quoted ihe letter reference 
They promised a refund wourd be given to my credit card. 

The next credit card statement appeared after a taw days but nothing 
appeared: on Ihe next statement. I rang again to find out what they were up 
to but gol no answer from Customer Services. I rang the normal number and 
was given the brush off, treated rudely and not pul through to the correct 
department. 

I eventually got through to the other number, apologies were given and I 
was promised a refund would be given by the end of the week, Two weeks 


later I rang up the credit card company to see if the refund had appeared - 
you guessed it, no.,. 

Thai was one and a half months after being told i would get a refund, I 
have also had to fork out lor a hard drive from elsewhere using money that 
WTS had promise to refund, 

I then wrote to Them asking where my money was almost tores months 
after my original order and nearly two months after I wrote to cancel the order. 

The next day a parcel arrived. It did not say where it came Irom so l 
opened the parcel and afler such a long time and after making it clear that my 
order had been cancelled, there was a hard drive from WTS. 

I wroie again explaining the situation, asking for my refund for the cancella- 
tion I had made and staling that I would return the unwanted and unneeded 
hard drive when the refund appeared. 

After over four months they wrote back saying they have no record of any 
of my telephone calls or letters and that they will not refund me because i 
have the hard drive 

As I write i still do not have the refund I was promised so many months 
ago. is there any consumer body I can contact to resolve the situation? 

W,D.Evans, Caithness 

Alas this is an all too familiar tale of woe from WTS- Over recent months 
we’ve received an ever growing collection of post from disgruntled pun- 
ters - all with similar stories to tell. 

In fact the situation has become so common that we have now 
refused to take any further advertising from WTS. 

Unfortunately the management of WTS are extremely knowledgeable 
when ft comes to the legal Intricacies of the mail order system, so Cm 
afraid you're fight is probably far from over. 

However, my advice would be to get in touch with the trading 
standards as soon as possible and hand the matter over to them. If 
there’s anyone who will get your cash back it's the good ofd trading 
standards. 


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REVIEW 


m t seems that Amiga word-proces* 
■ sors have all been moving in one 
direction lately. Packages are offer- 
ing cotourful front-ends, in-built drawing tools 
w DTP functions, all in an attempt to emu- 
Microsoft's monolithic Word tor Windows. 
Bearing this in mind, the latest version of 
Amors Pretext shows either brave mdividuaJ- 
em or just plain backwardness in the compel 
world of word- processing. 

For those who haven't seen the package 
before, a glance at the screenshots reveals a 
J nimallst approach. The interface is con- 
ed through the old pull-down menus with- 
out a single quick-dick button in sight. 

This doesn't necessarily mean that control 
:* the package is cumbersome. People who 
ire happy learning numerous keyboard short- 
jts will be able to get around Pretext very 
quickly, 

Take a look at the menus and it becomes 
rdr that the unattractive front-end hides a 
‘ ghly flexible lext manipulator. Protexi fea- 
tures a powerful text search facility, compre- 
hensive lomnatling options and the ability to 
irork on two documents simultaneously in a 
spirt screen. Files can bo managed easily from 
w thin the program via the Catalogue option. 

The same menu also allows the user to 
~akg dccumenf settings or to access help. 
Ten numbered markers can be set while docu- 
ment analysis gives you a word count and all 
re other statistics you may need to knew. 

With user friendliness being a main aim of 
most word-processors, beginners will want to 
•tow how Protext rates here. Though visually 
unappealing, at isn't as difficult to use as 


tomparison 


Since Pretext 6 was reviewed the compete 
lion got tougher with the release of 
Wordsworth 3 and Final Writer 2, Offer ng 
scons galore and DTP functions, these 
packages became benchmarks in this 
field. 

Protext retains some advantages, most 
notably its greater speed and smaller 
demands on memory, and the addition of 
features like the auto-corrector has helped 
to consolidate its position. 

However, the other packages offer 
many of the same functions and a lot more 
on top, white at the same time they are 
less daunting for the inexperienced user. 


Uerdict 


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it initially appears. Installation couldn’t be 
easier and the documentation provided is of 
a high standard. The on-line help facility is 
also good and now includes a full topic list. 
Despite this, all the pull-down menus make 
Protext less attractive lor Ihe beginner than 
icon dm^n packages like Wordsworth. 

Having summed up Pretext’s general 
capabilities, its time to see what’s new in 
v.6-5. Though not a thorough overhaul, there 
are some valuable additions, particularly with 
the auto-corrector. 

When enabled, this can correct common 
spelling mistakes automatically. It can also be 
used to expand abbreviations or make capi- 
talisation corrections. 

The user creates a base of errors or abbre- 
viations using the sulo-correct editor It works 
tike this: if the user types "recieve" the mis- 
spelling will be instantly corrected, This 
feature is available on Wordsworth 3, lor 


At heart, Protexl is a powerful word processor and this update has given it a tew use- 
ful extras- However, there is a danger that new purchasers will find it lacking in some 
areas. Having to either sifl through lengthy menus or learn a huge combination of 
keyboard short-cuts will annoy many people. Bank upon bank of icons may not be 
necessary but a few buttons would be helpful: 

Other packages offer tools for drawing or table creation, Since these features can 
enhance humble newsletters, bulletins or business correspondence, they can no 
longer be considered as superfluous extras. 

Unlil more fundamental changes are undertaken, however. Protext is going lo look 
dated in comparison to the competition. Amor still has a good product here, hut 
they’d better not rest on their laurels tf they want to stay rn the game. 


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example, but because Pretext is quicker 
it seems to work more efficiently in this 
package. 

Prim preview is another important addition, 
allowing you to see what fhe document will 
eventually look like. Flicking through different 
pages is simple using the mouse. 

Preview also allows you to view any 
imported graphics. This is a big improvement 
because previously you couldn't see how a 
picture would look in the document without 
printing it. 

Also included is a dictionary editor and the 
macro editor has a larger edit field lor expan- 
sion string. Find wonds/anagrams will search 
any configured dictionary at a faster rate, 
which must be good news for crossword 
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— I have been using Vims Checker in ils various forms for the last year or so I am j 

J nol by any means an expert in computing but I can understand how Virus 
Checker works with floppies inserted in floppy drives. 

However , I cannot see how it can check hard driven Does it happen automati- 
cally? If not, what do I need Id do? I have tried reading the docs bul find I hem too techni* 
cal and confusing for my limited knowledge 

J. Byrne , Gibraltar 


r Virus Checker is certainly the best step you can lake against the virus threat 
and it Is Kept up to date by its author - John Veldthuis, 

Although Vims Checker 
will keep your floppies free from 
viral infection, it will net protect 
hard drives. The idea is that you 
run Virus Checker from the hard 
drive so that it watches any floppy 
disks that are inserted. 

Using this method Virus 
Checker should be able to eradi- 
cate any viruses before they can 
infect the hard drive, although 
most attach to floppy disks any- 
how. If you think you may have a 
virus on your hard drive your best 
bet Is tc format the drive, re-install 
the software and then install Virus 

Checker to the WB Startup drawer sm*** vim* chmekm* r dTratr, 

SO that it is loaded every time you chock your hard 1 drpv& *2 lviJJ rhtEjfir.'i.ri’S^ 
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[Q or not [D? 

I am considering upgrading to CD- 
J ROM capability and would like a 
little advice on the subject. I have 
decided which drive I will be buying 
(the Zap pc) but am a little sceptical as ro 
the amount of Amiga CD products out I he re. 

My interests are mainly in programming 
and applications, although I have been 
known to play with games now and again. 
Your help would be greatly appreciated. 

FI, Johnson, Cardiff 


If you are expecting to find a 
' multitude of applications on CD 
then think again. At the moment 
CD on the Amiga is only being touched 
upon and you r il find that most CDs con- 
tain only data or PD utilities. 

By data I mean that CDs are mostly 
being used to store graphics and sound. 
However, due to the large capacity 
of a CD these images and sounds are 
invariably of an extremely high 
standard. 

As far as programming is concerned 
the only CD I have come across that 


caters for fans of this genre is an Amos 
CD packed with extensions, graphics 
sound effects and Amos specific pro- 
gramming tools. 

My advice would be to hold fire for a 
while to see exactly what happens to 
Commodore UK and their bid to take 
control of the company as a whole 
Make a decision on this result. 


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4 I have Just upgraded from the Amiga 600 
J } to an A 1200 and I must say that i am 
extremely pleased with fts performance. 

Now itial I have the power to throw graphics 
around with ease. I am presently changing my 
Workbench to suit my own requirements 
I have just registered for the full version of 
Magic WB but at present I am designing artwork to 
use as Workbench backgrounds. The problem is 
that when I drop the background in it is repeated 
several times and the image looks squashed. Have 
you any suggestions? 

Jf. Downe, Stoke 


—6. The first thing you need to realise is 
that you will have to create your 
' images In the same screen mode as 
your Workbench - that way the images 
won t look squashed. The best way to do this Is 
to check the settings in the ScreenMode 


program In Prefs. You also need to know a tittle 
about how Workbench 3 fills the background 
with an image. When Workbench has loaded it 
takes the image and proceeds to draw it Into 
the background. If there is any space left 
(which there would have been with using an 
incompatible screen mode), 

Workbench will repeat the picture as best it 
can in the space provided - this is why the 
image repeats itself. Once you have the screen 
mode data and draw the image to scale this will 
no longer he a problem. 

Drawing full screen images can severely 
slow down the refresh rate of Workbench and 
they eventually become more of a hindrance 
than a luxury. 

The best way to draw Workbench back- 
grounds Is to create small patterns that will 
repeat. You only need to draw the pattern once, 
save It as a brush and assign it as the 


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Although th* Jk 1200 honwtm 256 CAlOUM Hit Workbench 
ft dost Havm problems puwhing ft jtrounf# 


Workbench backdrop. As the image will be 
fairly small in siie Workbench wfll drew it 
quickly. 





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DECEMBER 1994 
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lastq bachdrops 


I I would very much like lo use my 
1 gwn RAM disk icon but am 
unsure of how to go about this. As 
lh& default disk icon is used for 
RAM, any attempt lo change this affects 
m fault disk icon, 

-poking at the Workbench screens in 
CoverDisk section (lovely backdrops, 
i chance of getting them on a 
: verDisk?) it obviously can be done. 
Gould you please tell me how. 

P. L lAteMrer, Cheshire 

1 actually explained how lo cre- 
ate a RAM disk icon a tew 
I months ago so l M ll try and make 
this as quick and concise as I can. 
The first thing lo do is to create an 
-□n for your RAM disk and make sura 
‘ at It is a disk icon. You can then copy 
rt to the S directory with a suitable 
irna. You will then need lo edit your 
-ser-Startup and insert the following 
tne at the top: 

capi s. £□ fai idiik . lrf d 


As for your second question - if read- 
ers would like to see a selection of 
colourful backdrops on the disk they 
should write in and if the response is 
great enough I'll do it. 

I’m presently hunting down that Brian 
the Lion fix and as soon as I find it I will 
send it to you. Famous last words! 

Star turn 

Please could you help me with a 
J problem I am having with my 
Star LC2Q0 9 pin colour printer, I 
would like to print using the full 
potential of my printer but unfortunately 
there is no Star printer driver and there- 
fore I am having to use Generic instead, 

1 have scoured the PD libraries but 
cannol seem to find a suitable printer dri- 
ver, Where can I gel one and how much 
would it cost? Your help would ho greatly 
appreciated. 

L. W&ir, Edinburgh 

If you want to maximise the 
potential of your printer it is 
best to use a totally dedicated 


"his will copy the Icon into RAM and 
rename it diskJnfo (a disk icon) so that 
e-ery time you boot your Amiga the RAM 
d sk has your new Icon, 


The parhi 




printer driver. Generic will work 
on almost all printers but provides 
only basic printouts with little or no 
control over style and look. 

Your best bet is to contact Star 
Electronics direct and ask them for a 
printer driver. They should be able to 
send you Amiga specific drivers for 
just the price of a disk. 

For more information contact Star 
Electronics on 0494 471111. 


» I am having a great deal ot problems with my 
f \ J A12Q0 IDE hard drive which I 

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A 1 200 IDE hard drive which I personally 
installed approximately three months ago. 
i hav@ followed the installation procedures to 
the book and am now totally confident that the drive 
has been metalled correctly. 

The problem is lhat while I am work- 
mg on my Amiga Ihe hard drive occa- 
sionally switches off, halting all 
Workbench processes, and then pow- 
ers back up. at which point I can 
resume whatever it is I am doing. 

A friend of mine menlioned that it 
could be the dnve parking itself but I 
am sure this Is not a natural event. 

Gould you please help me as ihe prob- 
lem appears to be getting worse. 

P. Mense, Birmingham 


specialist and see if the board is faulty. If anyone 
out there has ever come across this problem 
before could they please contact ACAS and 1 will 
pass the information on. 


Hard hr« Preparation, Part twin? and f omitting 


Interface Mdms LOU 


iisrd Drives in 
Status Bn w Type 


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I have checked all the refer- 
ence manuals I have access 
to but can find no reason 
why your hard drive is acting 
the way it is. 

Your IDE drive shouldn’t require 
parking and this sounds to me like 
you may have a duff drive. My only 
answer is to back up your important 
data and take the drive to a local 


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Flexible floppies 


My Workbench 3.0 manual 
J ": slates that my A 1200 has the 
ability lb read and format PC 
disks. When I insert a PC disk in 
to drive DF0 Ihe machine starts tn read 
the disk and then displays Ihe disks as 
DF0 :????. 


I have tried booling my Amiga with a 
PG disk as it appears that PC disks are 
not compatible with Workbench, but this 
also fails to work. Could you please hetp 
out a frustrated At 200 owner? It is 


important |o my work that I be able to 
read PC disks. 

S. Maradougb, Kent 


You seem to have been going 
^ around this the wrong way. 

* Your A 1200 can read and for- 
mal PC disks, and from the 
Workbench, but you need lo have set 
up the software correctly. 

Open up your Workbench partition 
and locate the Storage drawer Open 
this drawer and then the DGSDrivers 
drawer at which point you should be 
able to see two files called PCO and 
PCI. 

Drag these lo the same drawer 
in Devs, that is Devs/DQSDrivers. 
Now re-boot your machine. When 
Workbench has loaded try inserting a 
PC disk Into DF0. After a short while 
you should see the disk icon and 
appropriate name appear. 



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TUTORIAL 


Its time to 
Elite! 


indows, Manus and Gadgets 
Should all be nicely tucked under 
your bell by now, so I think it is 
to put together a program. And, in 
«ponse to popular demand, our first pro- 
• wiis be a standard database program. 
Tg start off with lets set out some basic 
njies for our program (he, what do we 
Mdt). 

For this example we want our program 
•o hold a name, address and postcode 
r each record. Wg know ihat we will 
Bd some way of storing this info, so 1 
choose to use an array as they are very 
«sy to use. I will also need a couple of 
enables to hold the current record number 
(current record. w 1 ) and the current number 
"* records entered ('numbe^oLrecprds.w'). 
‘ow we can get on with it. 

Firstly we start with the workbench; 

U33 t irtUp 
H&TnEirttp 0 

ySmhtnFmi_ 

Uh Scrftn 0 

B^gn a constant to define Ihe maximum 
■mount of records; 


After introducing you to — 
all the basks in the — 
previous tutorials, — | 
dikhaei fliifne now tahes - 
goo into the first program - 





an array to hold our records: 

Dii i fa a v ,. 5 ; 

and 2 vars for our record handling: 

c sj r r€ n 1 _ ■* § t d r-d . u-0 
nyiHrjf_ree3nJE,.u-0 

Now we define our gadgets (don't forget 
these are Gadlools and aren't A5GQ com- 
patible - use string gadgets end (ext gad- 
gets instead): 

GTStrSng 1,l,IO,S r Z« J ti p ,, W.KM,]ll 
6TS t rl H9 t 19,0**, 1 1, DIE SS 1 " , 1 ,30 

GTString 

CTString t ( 4,tt,Stl,!«,lZ,“,1 r 3l 
GTStrin? 

GTStrins 1,4,iO p !1,aD ( lZ,"PCST(OH%1 p 1 

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This nest part has an interesting aspect. To 
gel the min/majt windowsizing gadget. 


Flu5hEugnt5 and Gadgets 


There are a few things Ihat you might want to know about IheFlushEvents command and 
:s interaction with GadTools. First of all, Ihe FlushEvents command clears the value 
passed by GadgetHit which determines which gadget ihe user pressed. 

Normally this wouldn’t make a blind bit of difference to gadgets, but when it comes lo 
GadTools (here r^s a slight rule which for one reason or another must be obeyed. When a 
GadTool is pressed it cannot be detected by Event=$2Q (GadgetPresserf). 

Whafs more the GadgetHit will always return the last GadTool hit until RushE vents is 
executed (i.e. every lime around a loop, which can causa unnecessary repeating of 
commands). 

Therefore you should always use Flush Even Is lo clear the GadgetHit command to 
make sure that only a new GadgetHit is returned and not ihe one from last lime. You 
must also remember Ihat Flush Events also clears several other Ihmgs including InkeyS, 
which is why in the line which reads: 

]r i*fctE^ent=l2D3 Thtn *itf=l Else iirjtrtiitKlnicgrl ; hgihEyims 

* rsad off the value from Inkeyl before ( use FlushEvents to make sure I don't loose any 
user input through the keyboard. 



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Port 4 


which is next to the windowdepth gadget, to 
appear, all you have to do is have the win- 
dowdepth and windowsize window flags on 
an Amiga 1200 and the gadget will magic- 
ally appear. And on top of this, you can 
control the default sizes by use of the 
SizeLimils command: 

SlitLfafU 3SB,15,5JD,114 

Uf ntinu D,W,*WJD f IU ( H 0 MJHt<t/Bntl 

Bflit'Wf 1 

Then you can atlach the GTLisl (A 1200 
only): 

JttKhtfLllt 1,D 
And now for the main loop: 

Has ihe user closed The window (if nol then 
clear the event queue): 

ti mitE¥ent=i;DD Thtn nd. b-1 

If Else FlushEvents was one of our gadgets 
hit: 

ieUcT GsdgrtHi TJ.0D 

(As long as we haven't reached our 
maximum): 

Case ? 

If turrint.ricofd 

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Clear gadgets contents: 

Gas^fc eUarjads, 

Get new contents by activating each 
gadget: 

tctSvitiitrlig 5/ i 
u a i t_g 3 d 



Hat* is whflt pur program 
eheuld iook Hke after typ- 
ing frt thf f$r*t of 
code! Notice the #i(rl 
w indew g itdgai next to 
Che gndgef, 


.jtrwiQUSt 

currsnt_rseflfH 

Gattrb dr a Hold's 
Return 

This sub- routing waits until the user has 
finished with the current gadget (ie 
Gadget re!eased=$4G): 

.vaU.gad: 

YMl? 

GE&imen l,U*ILJ*,T^ll/<JfEIST > H ,16 
filBunen 1 , 1 WUS^i 1 * 


dcIhitrStriitg 0,2 
Ggsub niLgid 
ActUJtBStifnj 0,3 
? ub yai'_gad 


Then compile and run the program again: 


1 : 1 1 v#teS^ ring 0,1 
dOSUb MBlIJld 
IctivitcString C’ r 5 
Gfliub vaitjad 
Actl MitfStr ing 0 .u 
&mb iftTt_ipad 


After all gadgets have been filled we store 
the into in our array: 

for tei3-b=l Tu & 

subsil cur ?enL ?E ro'd^tip“l j=^T^etSt H ng(*,:?ip] 

heir 

Return 

N£XT (add number by 1 and display 
info): 


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C U r r e n t_r e cot d + 1 
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current euents 


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If you are one of those people who are 
still trying to contact the old London 
number (hen I suggest you stop as 
Benoit Varasse no longer deals with 
Btitz. All your subscriptions for 
updates are now handled by Guildhall 
Leisure Services who can be contact- 
ed on 0302 S9Q000 or write to; Blitz 
User Magazine Subscription, Guildhall 
Leisure Services, Llnlt 15 Guildhall 
Industrial Estate, Krrksandall 
Doncaster ON3 1QR 


notice anything different? Now lets put a 
tiitte bit of code in the main loop to handle 
The reading of the keyboard. 

After (he line that reads 'Repeat', enter 
in the following code, replacing only toe 
'WaitEvenf line with the new one: 

■ f iiitEvtrt-SSOO Then Art=l Hit 
fceyjprESstilnktyS : F!vihEM>t6 
Itlecl fcey_prp&‘S$ 
tA16 V 

If currinljteori 1 Then EOluh 

r e v i 0Uh5 E L s b Bn e p S C f e fit & 

End Select 

Mow compile and run I he program and to 
pressing the keys underlined in the gad- 
gets, Quite easy to do isn't it. / W 


H helping hand! 

If you have any questions that you 
need addressing from reading this col- 
umn (hen you can write to me, Michael 
Milne, at: Blitzing on the Amiga, do 3& 
The Drive. Earley. Reading, Berkshire 
RGG 1EG. 


PREVIOUS (as above except number 
minus 1): 


Arrays are a very old data storage method associ- 
ated wilh Ihe very first forms of Basic. Just like all 
the rest, Blitz is no different in how they are used, 
The first step to using arrays is to define them with 
the 'Dim 'statement. 

'Dim 1 stands for dimension because an array is 
with dimensions (i.e_ a(Q}=dimension 0 of a; 
&(1 ^dimension 1 of a). In l his way, arrays are very 
good for tile handling as they store information in a 



Hrraqs - inside fr out 


(NB: Please slale whal machine you 
are using and any peripherals you 
navel} 


has an X and a V stored in its own two dimen- 
sions. So to gel the X.Y of dimension five you 
would do Ihe following: 

J=t(5,l> 

T=al 5 , 2 l 

and similarly you would do the following for dimen- 
sion eight: 



Tftfl window cto«» 



The rwkfffl^n?ai^s 
window gadget 


logical systematic way which allows access lo any 
record @1 any time just by giving the dimension 
number. 

But there is more at hand? You can also have a 
multi -dimensional array where each dimension has 
a set of its own dimensions. For example, Dim 
a(10,2) r would create an array which has 10 
dimensions, and each ol those dimensions has two 
of its own dimensions. 

This array could easily represent an array of X,Y 
coordinates where each dimension from one to IQ 


i=i<Ul 

There is one thing to remember when dimension^ 
mg arrays, and that is the type of array that you 
want to create. In a standard array (without 
Ncwtypes) you can only have one form of data, for 
example Dim 3(5,5) = would dim an array of num- 
bers and Dim aS(5,5) = would dim an array of 
strings (text) - they cannot be mixed in a normal 
array 




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EPS files, extruding and shapfng them into 
3D objecls, which can save hours of cre- 
ation time when wooing on logo projects, 
PixPro even auto-traces bitmapped 
mages and fonts, opening the doors to 
even more ways to cul down cteation lime 
r ft you’ve got to create a 3D object, you 
can start with an image-processed scan 
of that objeci and bring it out into three 
dimensions. 

If you’ve used earfier versions of PikFto, 
you’ll find plenty in Version 2 lo make 
the upgrade worthwhile. Full AGA 
graphics support, much better handling of 
AutoCAD DKF files, real-lime 3D painting, 
PostScript support, an easy-to-use object 
hierarchy support, support for loading 


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lation - Interface 



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settings and open on an accordingly larger 
screen if, say, you normally work in Super72 
mode. The interface is a bit odd by Amiga 
standards - there are no pull-down menus, 
only an array of gadgets across the top and 
left sides of the screen, Some operations 
will bring up requesters with pop-up menus. 
The interface won't seem that strange to 
LightWave 3D users, and i$ easy to learn 
oven if you're completely new to it. 

Another LightWave connection comes 
with the new Light Wave-like single viewing 
window. Changing your perspective m this 
window is easy - just hold down a mouse 
button and move the mouse Jeft r right, up, 
dawn, in, or ouf, and the object moves 
accordingly. 

Front, Side, and Top views are available 
as well. Gone is the Redraw button of earlier 
versions. When you move an object, the 
view switches to a bounding-box view until 
you release the mouse, and then if s auto- 
matically redrawn. 

Speaking of redrawing, you'll love 
P«x Pro’s multiple drawing modes. When 
you’re working on an object, you can have it 
displayed in Wire or Hidden modes for quick 
redraws. 

The Flat mode is a rial-polygon preview 
resembling what youVo seen in similar pre 
grams. The real fun comes with the two 
ZBuffer modes. Now you can see your 

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An Amnia EH EPS flipj/t Win loaded into Pi x Pro 


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object in Full shaded glory, lit by an auiomali- 
eg I iy- placed light source. 

This is great for checking the final appear- 
ance of your obiect without hawing to switch to 
{and waft for) your 3D rendering program. See 
the USS Enterprise illustration for an example 
of the quality this feature is capable of. 

The USS Enterprise object is a good exam- 
ple of the power and stability of PixPrg. 
Created by artist Carmen Rizzdto, this Image 
Db|eet tops 1 ,2Mb in size. Yel PixPro had no 
trouble loading it, manipulating or rendering it. 
or converting it to another format, (in 
AutoCAD DXF formal the object was nearty 
8Mb in size! 3D Studio's version came in at a 
more reasonable but still huge 4.5Mb.) 

PixPro loads objects in nearty any imagin- 
able format: 3D Professional, 3D Studio 
(ASCII and Binary). AutoCAD DXF, IFF 
Bitmap, Caligari, Draw 4D (regular and Pro 
formats). Imagine, Lightwave {objects and 
scenes), PostScript {ASCII and EPS), 
Scenery Animator DEM, Sculpt 3D and 4D. 
Turbo Silver, VideoScape (ASCII and binary), 
Vista Pro DEM. and Wave Front. 

it saves m alt of these formats except DEM, 
Turbo Silver, bitmap, or PostScript. It's a 
shame that DEM saving isn’t supported - it 
would be fun to be able to use PixPro to cre- 
ate custom landscapes- 


Unlike some early object editing programs 




Tlw (jibjoet painting requester 


load more than one object into the work- 
space. You can use this simply to compare 
how objects look in a scene, or to combine 
them into a single object file. PixPro gives 
you the option when saving them whether to 
save as single or multiple files. 

Unique to PixPro is the ability to load 
PostScnpt files and EPS graphics and con- 
vert them into outlines which can then be 
beveled and extruded into 3D objects, It can 
handle even complex, shaded PostScript 
files, as is evidenced by the accompanying 
tiger illustration. 

CREATIONS 

I had no trouble loading EPS graphics 
saved by FageStream 3.0, although PixPro 
choked on actual PostScript output files from 
thar program. The program loads PostScript 
fonts, which makes creation of fancy text 
logos a snap. 

PixPro can also load and trace bitmapped 
graphics and fonts. The font feature works 
very well if you're wording with a (airly large 
typeface obviously Topaz 9 isn't going lo 
(race into a very smooth font. 

When working with images, you'll want to 
work with simple graphics, such as scanned 
monochrome logos. Of simple images with a 
few colours; memory won't permit you to load 
detailed digitized images, and you wouldn't 
be able to work with the complex results even 
if it would. 

If you do try to load an image with more 
than 259 colors, PixPro can automatically 
load ADPro and convert the image into a two- 
colour bitmap. 

If you want lo do more than just convert 
objects, PixPro features a complete suite of 
object nrKidEficaiiDn tools. You can change the 
colour and smoothing of a surface, optimize 
the polygons in an object by reducing vertices 
or polygons, and smooth and bevel objects. 

The 3D Painting Requester is wonderful. 


You can paint the surface of your objecl bfl 
simply clicking on individual polygons. Whd 
modifying or creating objects, tools includ 
Move. Pick and Unpick, Link, Swap 
Subdivide, and Delete. 

Note that you’ll want to start with some sd 
of outside object - even if it's a simple bftnd 
drawn in a paint program - rather than startrj 
from scratch, as Pixel 3D Pro doesn't had 
features tor creation of object primitives 

The Bevel feature is really neal. You ell 
create a slandard bevel around I ho edge d 
your object. or you can choose a "Router 
which lets you use a user-defined polygon 1 
shape your bevel. The edge of your oh ;d 
ends up Poking (ike you've actually used * 
actual workshop router tool to modify yd 
objecl. 

Working with complex objects couldnl si 
easier, thanks to PixPro's Object roquet 
This window shows the various component- 1 
an object in an outline form. You can sped 
parent, child, and orphan reiationships r ass "id 
ate other objects, and choose objects Individ 
ally or by family 

If you want lo change the position of d 
wings, engines, and propeliers of a V'l 
Osprey VTGL aircraft object, you can simd 
place them all at the same hierarchy lew 
Once that's done, just move further dowr I 
the hierarchy to modify the position of the m m 
flaps. It's an amazingly intuitive feature 


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[ompatihilitq 
and caueats 

PageStream 3.0 sounds great, and for Ihe 
most pari it is However, the version I 
reviewed (3. Da) did have some major prob- 
lems - there were unimplemented features, 
occasional lockups, and problems importing 
some PageStream 2 and Professional Page 
files. 

Because tne program was so late. Sott- 
Logik decided to ship now and offer a tree 
upgrade patch once everything was fixed. In 
the meantime, ihe company has been posting 
updates on online services and Ihe Internet so 
lha: modem users can get the rates! fixes as 
Ihey're complied. 

It's disappointing to see such a powerful, 
professional program released with such Haws 
and omissions, but Soft-Logit has a track 
recors for perfecting then producis, and 
everything will kkety be in place by Ihe lime 
this review sees pnn-t. 


fto longer mill the Ft and — . 

[Far dominate the SIP - — 
marhet like a breath of — 
fresh air, PageStream 3 — 
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their tools au/ag — 



Arguably tht most lmipflrt«n* h irtd csrti^ly (h# ^ 

raJvasE- in Ihe ftiilGff iff th+ Amiga OTP 





ack in (tie glory days of the mid- 
eighties, ihe Amiga was one of 
ihe most advanced platforms 
around tor desktop publishing, offering 
colour-separated page output while the 
other companies were still trying to perfect 
black-and-white. 

As personal computer-based publishing 
moved into businesses, PC and Mac pro- 
grams began to grow in power, eventually 
leaving their Amiga counterparts in the 
dust. 

Until now, that is. Screaming through the 
dust like the Bat mo bile comes Soft-Log ik’s 
PageStream 3, running competitors 
PageMaker and Qua?* XPrcss clear off the 
road. It matches both programs in the fea- 
tures department, and blows them away 
when it comes to case-of-use and flexibility. 


Upgrade 

Gold Disk's now -orphaned Professional 
Page 4.1 isn't even in the same league - 
luckily PageStream 3.0 includes a 
Professional Page import module, so users 
can still upgrade to the latest and greatest. 

In fact, ihe name PageStream 3.0 is a bit 
of a misnomer since it's actually a com- 
pletely new program, shanng no code at alt 
with the previous release 2,22. The user- 
interface is similar te earlier versions, but 
has been spruced up with pop-up menus, 
and brought closer in line with she Amiga 
style guide. 

The previous two- column toolbox has 
been reduced io a single row which u&es up 
less screen real-estate and can now be dis- 
played in vortical or horizontal format, with 
large or small icons, 

Even more useful is a floating, context- 
sensitive palette that lets you choose com- 
mon sellings without having to open and 
manipulate requester windows. You can 



selectively hide views or documents, which 
helps keep down screen clutter when you 
have numerous documents open, and 
saves on Chip RAM as well. You can run in 
any system-legal screenmode, including 
£5S colours if you have AG A or a graphics 
card. Public and virtual screens are sup- 
ported as well 

With earlier releases, you needed to pur- 
chase Soft-Log ik's HotLinks Editions if you 
wanted to easily edit text and graphics in 
the program, This package included a cum- 
bersome HotLinks device driver, the BME 
bitmap editor, and the PageUner text editor. 

Thankfully, the linking mechanism is now 
buill directly into PageSlream, and BME 
and PageUner are now bundled with the 
package. Unfortunately, this means you can 
no longer HotLink to ImageMaster and 
Pro Write, the only other programs ever to 
udopl the HotLinks standard. 

PageStream now uses the Amiga's clip- 
board for cut and paste, making it a snap lo 
transfer small amounts of data from other 
clipboard-savvy software. 

PageStream 3.D uses the Commodore 
Installer program, like many olher recent 
productivity programs. 

Once the install is complete, you'll be 


prompted to enter your PageStream seria 
n urn be r and pe rm a nent passwo rd I f you' vo 
upgraded from a previous version o 1 
PageStream you'll have the permanent 
password, so no problem. 

If you're upgrading, though, you’ll have 
lo type in a temporary password each iims 
you start the program, until Soft-Logik 
processes your registration card and sends 
you your password. 

Creative 

Desktop publishing, of course, boilt 
down to the creative and attractive place 
ment ot text and graphics on a page 
PageStream 3.0‘s text-handling features 
make creating both long and Short docu- 
ments much easier. 

Tex! can be placed on the page m col- 
umn frames, shape frames, and frameless 
text objects. Column frames have beer 
enhanced to allow placing more than one 
column in a frame - this makes it much 
easier to move multiple columns around a 
document together. 

To create a shape frame, simply use (hr 
drawing tools to draw any shape, then se- 
ifs properties to indicate it’s a frame. Som>- 
improssive effects can be done this way 


PagaStream's printing system has been completely 
revamped. Custom drivers are included for He wleti -Packard 
- and Epson - compatible printers, as well as the Fargo 
Primers; a Preferences driver is included for other printers: 
and an IFF driver lets you output your page as an image 
file. The PostScript driver now uses PPD liles for greater 
compatibility with bolh laser printers and professional 
imagesetters. 

For professional output, you'll find a full suite of features 
such as crop and registration marks, 1 rapping patches, slur 


gauges, and grey balance patches. 

Pantone colour libraries lei you use industry -standard 
colour values. Trapping lets you choke and spread colours 
for creating separations, amt plale control lets you set 
colour printing options for each plale in a prim job 

Print quality is much belter lhan in earlier versions. The 
texl is extremely crisp, looking as good on an HP DeskJet 
as the oulput from Pinal Writer. Graphics, both outline and 
bitmap, now look great, having lost the muddiness evident 
on some printers with earlier versions of PagaStream. 


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Piolurp handling and Gti-f/na image processing 
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the air 


For instance, I drew a basic oulline of an 
airplane and spilled the text of the poem 
'To Fly" into it to create a poster lor my 
office. 

Frameless text objects are quite handy 
when youYe just trying to drop a few words 
□nto a page quickly - jusl click on the page 
and start typing, no need to draw and move 
■rames around. Also, when you resize a col- 
umn frame, only the frame changes size: 
resizing a frame less text object also 
stretches or shrinks Ihe lext - it's great for 
making headlines fit exactly without having 
to fiddle with tracking values. 

Typing texl directly into PageStream 3.0 
is excruciatingly slow, even on an 
A4QOO/D40. Luckily, you can export text to 
ihe included PageUner text editor. 

PageUner is a very basic text editor - 
sporting not much more than 
search/replace, a spell checker, and basic 
editing tools - but it's fast enough that it's a 
godsend when making more than minor 
changes to a document's text. 

II you're trying to enter an obscure for- 
eign character or graphic dingbat and you 
can't remember the proper keystroke, the 
new Insert Character command lets you 
choose the right character from a scrolling 
requester - great when you can't remember 
the key to press to get the trademark 
symbol. 

PageStream 3.0 imports text in a number 
of formats, including ASCII. excellence!', 
Final Writer, IFF text. ProWrite, 
WordPerfect, and Word Worth. 

Fillers are also provided that are sup- 
posed to handle Microsoft Word (Mac, MS- 
DQS, and Windows) and WordPerfect for 
:>QS and Windows files, but in PageStream 
3.0's initial release they wouldn't recognize 
:he files I tned. 

If you’re moving text bom a PC or Mac 


desktop publishing program, PageStream 
can import text files with embedded Quark 
XPress or PageMaker codes - jusl use 
those programs' text export features to 
save the document. 

One neat improvement in version 3.0 is 
that the filters work for both import and 
export, so you could take formatted text, for 
instance, and save il as a Word Worth file 
without losing alt the bold, italics, and other 
attributes. 

The Edit Palette makes formatting text a 
snap. Font, stylesheet, type style, size, 
width, tracking, leading, indentation, and 
paragraph formatting values are all a single 
dick away no matter whal you're doing. 

Formats 

Automatic formats am included lor mak- 
ing bulleted paragraphs and drop-caps. 
Chapter and document-level commands 
make it easy to create long, sectioned doc- 
uments such as books and manuals. 

PageStream supports fonts in original 




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and AmigaDOS formats), and PostScript 
formats. Release 3.0 now directly supports 
Macintosh — and Windows - formal 
PostScript fonts as well es MS-DOS type- 
faces, Over 60 Fonts are included with the 
program. 

PageSlreanfs image facilities are much 
improved as well. The improvements in the 
text engine - clipboard support, floating tool 
palette, export as well as import, and $o on 
- are ail there. The biggesl improvement, 
though, is that PageStream finally displays 
graphics in full colour. No- more working 
with muddy black oullines when trying to 
precisely place images! 

Supported bitmap graphic formats 
include BMP, GIF. IFF, MacPaint. PCX, and 
TIFF, outline formats include EPS, Art 
Expression, Freehand, Illustrator, and 
ProDraw. 

There's also a complete set of drawing 
tools, including a tool for adding, deleting, 
and moving individual points, as well as 
tools for creating polygons and be^ier 
curves. 

Add these to powerful tools for rotating, 
aligning, fencing, and skewing objects and 
graphics, several types of gradient fills and 
you'll realize PageStream 3.0 is about as 
good a structured drawing program as 
many of its Amiga- based competitors. 

If you need to edit hilmapped images, 
you can send them directly to BME, a 
bilmap editor That now supports full colour 
and has a basic set of image -processing 
capabilities Unfortunately, neither il nor 
PageStream support loading Jpeg images. 

If you're tight on hard disk space and you 
won't be moving your documents lo another 
Amiga, you can choose Leave Externa! 
when loading a graphic; this will save only a 
link to ihe original imago file, making your 
PagoSlream document much smaller on 
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Product: PageStream 3.0 
Supplier: Soft-Logik 
Price: $395 
Tel: 314-894-329Q 


Ease of Use 

Implementation 
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going to be easy. But how many times, 
for example, have you followed the 
words “just click on I he install icon" only 
to be faced wilh unforeseen difficulties? 

The purpose of this guide is lo outline 
the process of installing a CD-ROM drive 
and to deal with some of Ihe problems 
lhal can arise. 


5(51 ED-RDm 
Installation 


One of the most flexible pieces of soft- 
ware tor installation Is FirstCD-Rom from 
First Computer Centre. Space willing, 
we ll be putting this on the front of next 
month's issue so you can gel your hands 
on it for free. 

The advantage of this software is that it 


works with drives which were not 
designed with the Amiga primarily in 
mini As long as it is SCSI compatible 
you can use any of the CD-ROM drives 
that you might find advertised in a PC 
magazine. 

This means that triple or quad speed 
drives are available lo Amiga owners 


We'll deal with this separately because il is purposefully design ud 
tor use on an A1200 and therefore the installation software sup- 
plied should be used. 

In this case the process couldn't be much easier and Ihe instruc- 
tions provided are, for once, helpful. InserE Ehe floppy, hil Ihe 
Install' icon and lhal should do the trick. 

Now you are presented with a menu allowing you to access the 
CD Rom, emulate Ihe CD32's Workbench 3 1 or just boot the 
machine as usual. This is wall implemented and convenient to use. 

However, for anyone who's using a disk expander to decom- 
press crunched hard-drive files, here's a word of warning. Zappo's 
installation software places the CD-ROM start-up sequence before 
anything else when you bool the A1200. 

The trouble is that unless the disk expands r is right at the begin- 
ning of the sequence, the 1200 won't be able to find anything 
because It's all compressed 

To avoid this problem, ihe user should use Ed to copy and paste 
sections of the sequence so that the CD ROM start up comes after 
the information telling the 1200 that the files are crunched. 

OthEr difficulties arise when you try to use certain CD32 games. 
Microcosm or 2ool 1 work perfectly, For example, while others do 
not. Ii's worth knowing thal some games require fast RAM to work 
on your A1Z00, 


Using eHternal driue with 
no BHternaf port. 

As has been said, an external port would be useful. However, (here 
is a way of connecting the CD dnve to ihe Amiga internally, though 
it s a much less tidy solution. 

To do this you'll need a 25/50 pin ribbon connected lo a centron- 
ics converter. This should be available from any major computer 
supplier, 



giving them obvious advantages in 
terms ot access time. To allow ihe 
Amiga to communicate wilh the drive a 
SCSI controller card is required, while 
an external SCSI port Is recommended if 
using an external drive. FirstCD works 
with controller cards supporting SCSI 
Direct (i,e. most of them) along with O.S. 
2.4 or above. 

When you insert the software into the 
floppy drive an icon will appear which 
you should open. Thankfully, FirstCD- 
fiom gives you a standard Commodore 
installer system which makes life easier 
for starters. 

The user is Immediately given the 
option ot real or pretend installation, the 
latter option obviously being helpful if 


example CDRooV. 

You will be asked where you intend 
the additional utilities lo go. but as long 
as you want them as sub-directories 
within CDRonV then its just a matter of 
hiding the proceed icon until the magic 
words appear: "Installation Completer 1 

PROBLEMS? 

You've installed FirstCD-Rom but tor 
some reason still can't open the device. 
This could he because you have given 
the software a unit identity that is not 
reflected on the drive setup itself- 
Re member the SCSI card can control 
seven devices so each one must have a 
unit identity. If the ID on the drive does 


you're concerned about where the pro- 
gram is going to place the files. 

The next step is configuring the 
device drivers for your operating sys 
tern. If necessary you can change the 
default setting to a different O.S. provid 
ang it's 2.4 or higher. 

Once this is done the program asks 
you which controller card you are using 
FirsfCP-Rom supports most types 
Including all Commodore and GYP 
cards. 

If It’s an unlisted card then ther 
another option which asks for the device 
driver name, and this can be tound In 
the dev s directory. Once a card type has 
been selected the program checks 
automatically whether il is resident 

A SCSI card can control up to 
seven devices so you will have to 
enter the CD unit's IP. number. 
Though the software's default 
setting will often be fine, it will ba 
necessary sometimes to define a 
different target. 

The program comes with a 
number of additional utilities, 
including JukeBox which 



allows you to play audio CD 
and a photo CD loader for 
Image FX. You can choose 
at this point which, if any, 
you wish to install. 

It also allows you to 
choose where to install the 
software. Having entered the 
desired hard drive location 
it's best to create a separate 



drawer For the documentation - for 


74 


Amiga Computing 

DECEM8ER 1994 














hardware 


not match the ID number you supplied 
ihe software with during the setup, the 
Amiga and drive still can t communicate 
There are two ways to resolve this 
problem. One is to change Ihe unit ID of 
the actual drive so it reflects the soft- 
ware - your CD-ROM! drive manual 
should tell you how to do this. 
Alternatively, you can overcome the 
difficulty by editing the CDO file. Open 
up the command shell and type: Ed 
devs:dosdrivers/cdO and this wilt open 
up an ASCII text file. 

This contains a mount-list, in other 
words a list of commands which tell the 
Amiga what to expect from the drive. All 
you have to do is edit the 
start-up line by supplying 
it with the drive's unit 
number. Hey Presto* 
Ihe problem is 
solvedL +T we|li 
hopefully. 


Bag a i B-BBfJl Briue and 
with the help at a manual 
installing it should be easy, 
that is, in theorg Gareth 
tofthnuse investigates 


Hints and tips 


Installing the Toshiba 1101B 

Unlike the other drives discussed, this CD-ROM is designed 
to be installed internally. This obviously presents the owner | 
with greater cbfficulty when making The physical conneclicms, 
The procedure is mainly straightforward. However, with a 
A4Q0Q you'll have lo pull the front panel off which can be a I 
fiddly job. The 5 1/4 inch bay must also be removed but this 
is less troublesome. 

As part of the package you got mounting brackets and | 
software designed specifically to install the Toshiba. 


Some (D options 

Toshiba XM41 01 : Internal El 09 .99; External £219,99. 
NEC 3XE: Triple Speed £349 
GVP SCSI card: £122,99 

Contact: First Computer Centre. Dept. PCH, Unit 
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more problems? 


If you don't have a directory manager, 
there are certain ways of making your 
CD-ROM work more efficiently. 

When il comes to viewing files it's 
best lo select the "show by name” 
option from the viewing menu of 
Workbench. If you display by icons it 
will waste time generating windows 
which can be so huge they're virtually 
unusable. 

If you set ihis option in the root 
directory it will carry on right through 
the CD-ROM sub-directories, which 
saves you a lot of messing about. Also 
remember that it's possible lo move 
groups of file$ around by highlighting 
the desired sections with a drag -box. 

Having said this, for the serious CD 
user, an extra utility or two would be 
extremely useful. For example, once 
you realise just how many files are 
stored on a single CD the desirability 
of b directory manager becomes obvi- 
ous,, (Directory Opus is one of the 
best). 

Some CDs have archived files so 
(hal even more information can be 
stored, it's an advantage, therefore, 
that most directory managers have an 
in-built decompressor. If using Opus, 
for example, Ihd files can be expanded 
by clicking cm Ihe ARC EXT butlon. 

They also give you Ihe advantage of 
search capabilities. This is a great 
time saver when you're searching 
through a number of CDs for files 
matching a particular subject. 

Even better in this area is 
QuaterbacK Tools Deluxe, because 
the problem with Directory Opus when 
you're searching for a lot of files is that 
it needs constanl maintenance. 

Tools Deluxe is a hard drive mainte- 
nance facility that caters for many dif- 
ferent partem matches. It can be left to 
search lor hundreds of files wilhout 
being given the OK evgrytime it comes 
up with a possibility. All very useful, 
really, since the ability to find the 
material is almost as important as hav- 
ing il in the first place. 


Simon the Sorcerer al$o Illustrates another problem. With Fasl Ram it works 
perfectly except Ihe speech is garbled, which sadiy leaves the game totally 
unplayable. 

This sort of problem is caused because Ihe CD32 programmers are not writ- 
ing with the A 1200 in mind and game data wilt sometimes go to the wrong 
memory locations. It would be wrong to blame Zappo for these compatibility 
problems. If the programs were written to Commodcre standards they would be 
much more system friendly. 

As it is, though, Ihe Zappo wifi soon be supplied with improved emulation 
software that ZCL claim will reduce the number of difficulties. In fact, the upda- 
ted software will be considerably larger than the original installer, with two disks 
now instead of one. Ifs biggest advance will be Ihe improved compatibility as 
far as running GDTV software on your A1200 is concerned. 


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TUTORIAL 


y Ihe end of the last instalment our 
program had got to the stage 
where a menu wa$ available for 
electing a Tile. The first thing we are going to 
:o this month is incorporate an asl library file 
■equester and, perhaps surprisingly, this is 
:uite easy lo do. 

There are in fact two methods available, 
me mosl flexible u$ing parameters passed 
as tag items coupled with the use of three 
functions. 

The tag list approach begins with a call to 
^.liocAslRoquest() to allocate the main data 
-^ruclure for the requester. Proving this call 
was Successful, a program can then bring up 
me requester by calling an AslRequestf) 
Li notion as many times as is necessary. 

Before the program terminates a 
FreeAslRequesl{) function must be called to 
■ and back the resources allocated by the 
anginal AllocAsIRequestO call. 

The requester options are specified using 
■=ig items defined in the libraries/asl.i system 
nclude file, and these allow size, position, 
p equ ester text and so on to be explicitly 
Jefined. 

Although selling up an asl parameter tag 
is no more difficult than the window list 
we've already used, there are some alterna- 
te asl library functions that bring up a 
default sized requester and I'm going to use 
ihe&e because they make (he code a litllc 
simpler. 

This default parameter scheme involves 
making a catl lo an AlloeFileRequestO 
■j notion and saving She returned requester 
pointer (checking the call for a successful, ie 
non-zero, return value). If ail goes well the 
program can then bang up the requester by 
calling the AsIRequestO function mentioned 
earlier. 

Before the program terminates a 
-meRleRequestO function must be called to 
nand back I he resources allocated by the 
original AlloeFileRequestO call. 

Now iho initial AllocFileRequestO alloca- 
tion and the FreeFileRequestQ handing back 
function can obviously be paired together 
-id incorporated into our existing program's 
"jenerai resource allocation scheme. 

You should know the formal and the phil- 
osophy behind these routine pairs by now, 
so I II just refer you lo fisting 10 and earlier 
instalments rather than repeat the stack func- 
tion explanations again. 

The file requester has to be displayed 
whenever the user selects ihe 'Select Fite' 
option. Yqu‘II remember from last month that 
i incorporated a dummy file handling routine 
*hat was called when this menu option was 





The msi tibraty makes tite 

Hester me votj indeed 



selected, so all I need to do is load registers 
ad and al with suitable parameters and call 
the AsIRequestO function 

The preliminary fragment in listing 1 
shows ihe additional instructions needed to 
bring Ihe file requestor Id life along wilh 
tasks yet lo be tackled. 

COMPLEX 

Easy code so far. and with rhis code in 
place the file requester certainly appears. 
When we start to tackle the job of extracting 
the filename and loading Ihe file into mem- 
ory however, things gel a little mure compb- 
caied and in facl the rest of this month's 
instalment is devoted purely lo this task. 

Because the file handling code, taken as 
a whole, could seam ratter daunting, I've 
decided this month to go through ihe various 
steps in detail, identifying the code frag- 
ments concerned. This should make it 
easier to come lo grips with the complete 
routine that you'll find on disk. 

if AsIRequestO returns TRUE then the 
rf_File and rf__Dir fields of the requester data 
structure will contain the name and the 


directory of the hie selected by Ihe user. I'll 
be copying these fields to a filename buffer 
that was defined, aiong with a label repre- 
senting its size,as shown in listing 2 . 

Wilh Devpac and most other assemblers 
ihe ds.b statements result in deared mem- 
ory being sel aside. As this filename buffer 
may be used many times (as the user 
selects further files) we still need to take the 
precaution of clearing it before adding any 
new selection. 

The 680x0 dbeq instruction is great ter 
these types of tight clearing loops and the 
fragment in listing 3 Shows Ihe code 
arrangements used. Notice that the loop 
stops when either the buffer js full or a NULL 
byte is found - this prevents the bop from 
clearing memory that is already clear. 

The next step is lo copy the ASL 
requester directory entry to cur fife name 
buffer using another dbeq based loop, as 
shown in listing 4 Finally we add the file- 
name lo the directory path information thal 
was copied to the filename buffer by using 
the DOS library’s AddPart() Function. Al this 

> 


last words 


The various fragments I've discussed will doubfiess make 
more sense when you view Item as part of the completed 
FileHandlerf) routine that’s on this month's cover disk. 

If you think, about how the routine works you'll realise 
that although any previous file buffer is deallocated 
before a now buffer is installed, the routine {if successful) 
always returns with the ftle buffer tor the latest file still 
allocated. 

This code has been added as pan of the higher level 
MenyHandterf) function that was discussed last month 
and it works by again checking the buffer_p variable to 
see if a buffer exists, and ihen calling the FreefdemO if 
necessary. You'll notice that the source coda is growing 


nicely and as well as new routines, all the additional sys- 
tem definitions and function LVO values required have 
been placed in ihe source. 

An assembled version Is also on disk but please 
remember thal It should only be run from either a Shell 
window, or from the Devpac Editor's J Run‘ menu option, 
it you've go! a Workbench 2.04 (or later) machine, try 
running the program and using The 'SeEect File 1 option 
This will bring up the ASL file requester and from here 
you’ll be able to select and load a file into memory 
You won't sgo anything al this stage but trust me, files 
will be being loaded, Displaying thorn is the ncxl task, but 
for details of this you'll have lo wail for the next issue 1 


Amiga Computing 


DECEMBER 1994 












-Hi 


TUTORIAL 


F i L nd L e r iQTga.l dD-dAf aO-a.Zj-ta7) preserve ifrli fiji St (PS 

iflYu.l f i L i_r f qu e s t_p r aO requester address 

i die a _ L fliULLjal no tags art us « d 

CILLS'fS MU*qu*ST,_AsU*se bring jp the requester 

; mraet fiLum Info and then Load flit intc i Mter erei 
ItiTEi E l ( a T ] ■» r dO- d-l V aO— a.5 riitfir* Safle register* 

rii 


Listing i 


f 1 Lenin 

d j . b 254 

fUenneJIZEOF 

MUutm 


Listing 2 


cL*ar_fUeniie 

HQVIrl 

tflLiii*ti_SIlEDM,<P 


■DYC.I 

If i Lift tie, a D 

h c(eaMoop 

PQVtrb 

*MLL,(iO) + 


tsi.b 

tafl) 


dfceq 

dD , . g L « a r_ L nop 


□ ur H Lunate huff-ii 
hav« vt reached a HULL? 



Listing 3 


fQVi.L 

mitMat_rtZEtM,4Q 

lUtnaii buffer silt less 1 

igvga.l 

tile_request_ji,afl 

1H requester address 

idki.L 

rfJMiOMO 

set atirt of directory entry 

»0TE . L 

Hi Un»Blt,t1 

our Hlensie buffer 

.eppyjonj lote.b 



tit.h 

Lift) 

'ivt he ruehed i HULL’ 

dbtq 

■dOji . cppy^Leap 



Liftrng 4 


■cvea.l 

f i U_rf-qut5t_p J .iO 

A5L 

requester address 

■oue.t 

lfil(n*ie,d! 

Bur 

fHirtaie b«f1 er 

■PHf .1 

rf Fi|e{|0),d2 

ASl 

lilpnaae entry 

MEVt.l 

IfUoniieJimFjS 

filenaie buffer iiie 

calls T E 

AddPart^ JflSBaif 




Listing 3 


_ a L L uc_f i b iovEv 

e:-0S FlB,d1 


aoveq 

INULMZ 

no -jgs 

CALLS? $ 

ALLocldiOb jlQEj D&SSjSe 


fleue.L 

dC'j-dA 

save pointer tp fib 

beq 

.irrorS 



■ □ k'f I L 
ppve.l 
CALLSrf 

■DV« » t 

be q 

0f i L*nlie,d1 

IH0D<JIDFILE,42 
OpEn, DOS Ba se 

it, ft 

.error! 

■QHE. L 

d5,d1 

■ove-l 

4M2 

calls t s 

LcaRi nef H,_D45Bist 

tot h L 


D€Q 

.error? 


f i lan = re start address, 


save ills handle tor tips’ ng 


U*tk ^ 7 


ixaitntFHO *K? 


Luffing & 


■out.l 

flufftrj3 T a1 


freq,ii 

nojuffer 

ii e buffer stilt ailoeited! 

aout . i 

i+pdO 


LALLST& 

FretHei, AfisEie ciasr 

free a LLocaCed buffer iBHory 

■cut.! 

IhULL/baf ftr_p 

clear buffer pointer 


Lifting 9 


Lifting G 


mtclUeRtq 

■quti.l 

iB-il/dfl-dL-fifF 

prtstrue te^i 


CALLSTL 

HUoeFELtHiqtfeit^isLBasi 1 



RQVt.l 

dD,file^reqj(st_p 

sby« rcturnre pointer 


beq.s 

.errflr 



■Q^t.l 

m«tFiLtHtq,-fa5) 

push qtaUocjtitn addr t 

.error 

■cvfi.L 

rts 

(i7Jt r aQ*a1 fdO-dl 

rrst«re n$t 

F ?etFi UHts 

■ovffi , L 

■0-a1ldfl-d1p-<*T> 

prcsiTME regs 


■pyea.l 

tile^requeH^pHpD 

rtOPfSter TO cloif 


«:*LLSYi 

FreeF^tfleque&t^ AstSm 



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bufferjj froi AUncPeitJ 


calls? s 

Hfiidj jDSfcast 

:Qpy file Into fltapry 


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tfing of tA« 
*flf file 
nrgi/aifef j a 

eaay and 
tit A nicety 
into our 
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Listing f t: Cctf* 
wAicH performs 
nuimory 

affeo-arfon of tfr* 

fjfc barter and 
tii* folding 


So rnang things can go wrong 

On a good day library functions do not fail and when everything 
works the fitehandlEr rotihne just has Id close Ihe file, free the 
File Interlock structure that it allocated, and return like this: 


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file hand it psinTtr 

CALLJ?S 

Ctqse^JD^Elise 

clnse file 

■owed 

m$ fTb^i 

abject type 

■oue.l 

d \ t il 

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fib painter 

CALL1?g 

Ires fib 

■CUtirL 

<i7f+,dt)-d^aD^i 

restore registers 

rts 


fiorflil exit 


On not so good days, for example when system memory is being 
heavily used by other programs, many library function calls can fail 
- hence the need for checking return values. 

The various error labels seen m earlier code fragments cause a 
path to be taken that leads to duplicated sub-sections of the above 
code that firstly only free/closa things that had been successfully 
acquired or opened, and secondly make a call to the Intuition 
DisplayBeepO function before returning. 

This means that any error conditions that result in the file not 
leading will cause the screen display to flash, Ihus indicating thal 
the file could not be loaded. 


. error2 

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CALLiTS 

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cLqsi file 

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iii,d2 

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CALL3TS 

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point we will have built a complete path/file- 
name string thal can be used to open the file 
- see lising 5. 

Quite a bit of work still needs to be done 
and ihe next step is lo attempt to open the 
I lie and determine its size. To do this we 
need lo allocate some memory for a struc- 
ture called a FilelnfoBlock (defined in the 
dos.i system file). 

There are a number of ways of doing this 
but the modern way is to use the dos 
library's AllocDosQb}ect() function loading 
the dosJ defined value DOS FIB into regis- 
ter dl to signify thal we want to create a hie 
info block. 

REGISTERS 

F've chosen to store the returned pointer in 
register d4, a non-scratch register (i.e. one 
that isn't affected by any library calls) so the 
resulting allocation code looks like listing 6. 

File opening uses the dos Open0 function 
and. as wilh all library functions, it : s just a 
matter of loading the required parameters, 
using Ihe CALLS YS macro lo generate Ihe 
library call code, and collecting the result 
(usually in dO). 

The file is only going to be kept open long 
enough to read and copy it into memory, so 
again I've chosen to store the returned file 
handle in a register (d5) as shown m listing 
7^ 

The dos library now provides a function 



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called ExamineFHO that loads information 
into a file info block for a tile specified by a 
file handle, i.e. the value returned by the 
Qpen() function. 

The function needs lo be called with the 
hie handle and FilelntoGtock pointer in regis- 
ters dl and d2 respectively and, to be safe 
the relurn value should also be tested for 
success (it should be non-zero) - see listing 
S. 

At this point a potential snag is looming 
because we are ready to allocate some 
buffer memory for loading the file, but a 
buffer may already have bean allocated 1:1 
the user had previously selected and loaded 
some other file). 

The way I've tackled this problem is sim- 
ple - wo took at the contents of the variable 
which holds the address of the file buffer 
(called huffer_p) and if this is non-zero Iher 
a buffer exists and must be de-allocateo 
before the buffer for Ihe new file is created. 

For this scheme lo work it is necessary to 
clear the buffer_p variable whenever a 
buffer is freed. Listing 9 shows part of the 
routine which dees Shis job. 

With this done we can extract the fife size 
from the file info block, use ihe Exec 
AllocMem() function to allocate a buffer 
targe enough to hold the specified file, and 
iben use the dos library's ReadQ function to 
read the whole File into memory. Listing 11 
shows the completed section of code that 
performs these operations. A>F 


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he hype surrounding CD-ROM 
has often focused on expensive 
games. Dodgy interact ve dramas 
replete with ham acting and flashy 
looking arcade action concealing poor 
game-play has probably left many thinking: 
"What's the fuss ?" 

Happily, there's a wide choice of more 
serious products available that are surpris- 
ingly successful despite not costing an arm 
and a leg, The Amiga enthusiast would 
do well to consider some of the options 
available. 

With its obvious advantages in terms of 
storage space, serious CD-ROM tends to 
offer excellent value for money. Each of the 
disks covered in this feature, for example, 
contain so many files and applications that 
initially (hey can be daunting. 

The software covers a wide range of 
applications. The image and foni libraries 
can store thousands of memoTy-consunwg 
images that can be used for anything from 
simple Workbench backdrops to 
Multimedia presentations. 

There are sound libraries which can be 
used by both the musician or the video- 
maker who wishes to add sound effects to 
a film, Networking tools, Amos related files 
and the Fred Fish collection are just a few 
of the other possibilities available. 

Of course you'll need a CD-ROM drive to 
run these titles, but with the advent of the 
Zappo for the A12QQ plus various hardware 
options for the A4000, users can get □ 
good CD drive at a third of the cost of an 
equivalent 600MB HD. 


[lip Art & Fonts [D 

Formats. 600 Mb+- of EPS. IFF and PCX 
Clip art. Adobe and PSFont$ 


Targeted for desktop publishing uses on 
the Amiga, this is an excellent source of 
material tar all sorts of documents. 
General purpose files include pre- 
desFgnsd borders ranging from simple out- 
lines lo ornate patterns. 

Specific needs are also catered for. For 
example, there is a choice of well-drawn 
menu headers that could be used by cafe 
or restaurant owners. 

The selection of black and white illusl ra- 
tions is of a higher than average 
quality, and many of them could be used 
to give leaflets and newsletters a profes- 
sional touch, 

There is also a huge amount of Adobe 
and PSfonts available which can be used 
for professional DTP 


Weird Science [lip Act/ Fonts 


Image formats. BGW IFF Bitmap, Coloured IFF 
Bitmap, Proclips.EPS, Pagesetter, Fagestream, IMG, 
Corel DRaw 

Font formats. Adobe, CG, Bitmap, IFF G Coloured, 
Postscript, Fagestream, Prodraw, True type, PCX, 
Calamus, QDOS 

More pictures are available 
on Weird Science's Clip Art 
collection, with 26,000 files 
covering hundreds of sub- 
jects. In fact, the makers 
claim its the most compre- 
hensive collection of Clip an 
ever. 

Black and while bitmap 
images and coloured images are provided in IFF for- 
mal. Many of [he Bitmap designs are disappo(nting, 
not because they are simple bui because they are 
poorly drawn. 

Despite this th&re are others that are useful. The 




coloured images are of a 
betler standard, with (he 
nature pictures standing out 
as some of the best. The 
maps could also be useful. 

There are images in separate directories for I 
Prociips, Fagestream and Pagesetler. What's more 
the collection of brushes is a valuable addition for 
DPalnl users to play around with. 

Once again, then, its rather a mixed bag as Far at 
quality is concerned, but considering |he price if repre , 
senls excellent value for money. 

As you’ll be expecting now, there are thousands 
Flies on offer, and they are arranged in easily accessi- 
ble subject libraries All the fonls are ready for use. 

Designs range from She standard fonts lo the more 
unusual, including holey swiss cheese characters or j 
horror designs dripping in gore. 

Unfortunately, many of the fonts look rough round ; 
the edges and are not up to the job of professiona : j 
presentations. But (hen at this price [here's a limit to 
what you tan expect. 


Reams 



The Professional Fonts and [lip Art 

This is an alternative to the two Weird Science CDs, combining fcnls and images in one for 
the benefit of Ihe serious DTP user. It differs in that it offers GIF and Jpeg images. 

This makes it mere suitable for professional users, 
but not so useful for making the parish newsletter. 

Obviously, an expensive printer would be required to 
produce documents with these high resolution colour 
images. 

Picture subjects covers a reasonable amount of cat- 
egories and Ihey are generally good quality, but there's 
not as much lo choose from a$ with Weird Science's 
Clip Art. 

As far as fonts are concerned, there's 32QMb worth 
of Adobe, Compugraphlc and True Type fonts .avail- 
able. so the serious DTP user is again well catered for, 




Amos PD 


sound samples and numerous music banks 
Pamet and Semef are also included to allow 
material lo be iransferred from the CD32- 


Amo$, for anyone that doesn't know, is a 
dedicated creation system for producing 
Amiga programs. This CD is the official 
Public Domain Library of Amos related 
software. 

With the enlire PD library available, the 
disk offers good material for the Amos user 
and is also a source of help and tuition. 
Thankfully its all catalogued for easy acces- 
sibility Provided with She CD are Amos 
source codes, sprite banks, Ctexl banks, 









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Gifs Galore 

Image formal Gif 

This CD contains o ver 5000 full colour images 
along with a viewer for the Amiga allowing you 
to them. Grouped into dozens of cate- 
gories, the choices include images of aviation, 
cartoon, clip ad, raytrace and even Vietnam. 

There is a combination of high definition pic- 
tures and basic hand-drawn designs, the latter 
being more useful to owners of less powerful 
Amigas and printer. 

The quality varies wildly from the impressive 
to the ludicrously inepl ~ perhaps no! surpris- 
ing considering ihe breadth of choice offered. 

For those looking for a comprehensive 
source of images, ihem should be more than 
enough quality material on this CD to satisfy 
your needs, There's also a selection of Bay 
Watch types in swim -suits - not that you'd be 
interested in that! 

Unfortunately, our copy had a fault with the View Tech which meant that as soon as images were 
rendered they’d vanish from Ihe screen. The problem was resolved by using AD-Pro, but this bug seriously 
needs filing. 




There is now an abundance of — 
[B-ffSfTl titles auai/dble containing — 
libraries of images, sounds and — 
utilities. Gareth loftbouse tahes a — 
looH at what s on offer. — 





3D Uolume 2/Rualon 


Syndesis' second 3D volume received high 
praise when it was reviewed Iasi mqnth by 
Stevte Kennedy. Though more expensive 
than I he Dlher products in the round-up, its 
high quality images represent great value for Lightwave and Imagine users. Wilh 202 mod- 
els to choose from, the CD offers an alternative to the laborious process of creating them 
yourself. Furthermore, they are all easy to use and require only a little editing to fil into any 
scene. 

The Avalon CD. unfortunately, is much less consistent when it comes to quality and will be 
of liltte interest to people who don't own Interchange Plus or Pixel Pm. 


network [D 


intended as a simple networking tool For 
Ihe Amiga, this product contains over 
36.00D Fites of freely distributable or 
shareware software. 

Using it you can connect a CD32. 
COTV GDI 2Q0 or an A570 to another 
Amiga and access software on any ot 
your CDs from the other machine. 

This is possible because the Network 
CD disables the automatic reset func- 
tion on your CD machine. The result of 
this is that you'll be able to use the CD 
machine as a remote storage device for 
your master Amiga. 

To conned the machines you'll need 


the CD 32 cable. This uses the C032's 
AUX socket and includes a keyboard 
pass through, which means that FMV or 
5X1 add-ons can still be connected. 

As a bonus, the CD also includes Fish 
800 to 975. the latest Amos disks, a col- 
lection of images and lots oi utilities. 


lllhat does it 
all mean? 



As has already been stated, as there are 
no m sections to speak of, these CDs 
make few allowances lor the beginner. 
So here's a brief explanation of the 
jargon, 

To start wilh the image libraries, dtffer- 
enl lypes of images are saved in differ- 
ent types of formats on the Amiga: 

IFF: This is the standard format for 
images on the Amiga. Most will be 24-bil 
GIF: A viewer is needed Jo look at GIF 
images. This ts not usu sally a problem 
since most of ihe CDs include the right 
viewing software. 

If you don't have the right viewing soft- 
ware, you may need an imago processing 
package such as AD Pro, Image FX or 
Innagemaster which will convert Ibis sort 
of image lor the Amiga. However, these 
don’! come cheap. 

Jpeg' These are 24-bit compressed 
images, the advantage being they take up 
less memory space. As far as viewing is 
concerned, many CDs will provide soft- 
ware such as Fast Jpeg. 

EPS: These images must he loaded into a 
DTP package (see below) for use, Well 
known DTP software includes Page 
Setter, PageStream and Pro Page, 
Bitmap These images arc black and 
while. Some use cross-hatched shading, 
a form of dithering which gives extra 
definition. 

Adobe Fonts/PS Fonts: These are 
Postscript fonts that can be converted lo 
other packages such as DTP software. 
Furthermore, you can import Adobe type 
1 fonts into Ray Tracers that will allow you 
lo alter the appearance of characters with 
effects like eilru$bn. 

OTP: Stands for Desk Top Publishing. 
DTP software is designed for text and 
image manipulation, making it possible 
to create magazine style layouts for 
documents. 

As with the CD image libraries, ihe 
sound CDs will often include software that 
allows the sounds to be heard. Opus 
Directory Includes this facility as well. 
Modules: These are whole pieces of 
music. However, samples can be ripped 
from them using sound processing sort- 
ware such as Audio Engineer or Audition 
4, which is a sample editor. Med and 
□ctamed also include their own "rippers”. 

Basically, the way these work is that 
Ihe sounds from the module are stored in 
RAM. The musician can then order up the 
sound editor, grab a particular sound from 
ihe piece and then edit it together with 
other samples or music. 

Samples: These are snippets of sound 
extracted from film sound-tracks and 
music pieces. 


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(DPD lU/Hminet III 

This is the latest version in the weil 
respected CD public domain series, its aim 
being to offer [tie most up-to-date utilities 
for the Amiga. For starters, it contains the 
latest Fred Fish disks, an ocean of pro- 
grams in itself. 

The King-Fisher database that comes as 
part of Fish is a life-saver. Designed for 
the maintenance and perusal of Fish, it 
provides brief descriptions helping you 
find what you need in what might other- 
wise he an overwhelming choice oF 
utilities. 

We can only scratch the surface of the 
library, but the utilities range from 
Spreadsheet tools like FHSpread to 
archiving sysiems and untold numbers ol 
demos. 

Other examples of whafs on offer are 
the Five Star betting prediction tool, the 
popular KCom modify, Mach V, which is a 
hot key/ macro multi-purpose utility and 
Fractal generators. 

As if this wasn't enough, CORD has utili- 
ties outside the Fish collection such as 
music modules and Persistence of Vision, 
a complete raytracing system, along with 
objects for Imagine. There’s also 350 
Bitmap and 410 PostScript fonts. 

An alternattve that's been cut for a while 
now is Aminef 3. Again you get lots of Fish 
utilities plus pictures and animations, 
along with over 200 games for when you 
want to relax. 

Overall, both packages are comprehen- 
sive all-rounders with lots to offer the 
enthusiast. 




| Title 

Supplier^ istribulor 

Value 

Quality 

Price 

Gifs Galore 

17th Bit Software 

8 

7 

£19.99 

Clip Art and Fonts CD 

II U. 

9 . 

9 

£19.99 

Professional CD 

li m 

8 

0 

£19.99 

CDPD IV CO 

u m 

10 

0 

£19.99 

Network CD 

H ai 

7 

0 

£14.99 






Amos PD 

IJ iaJ 

a 

0 

£19.99 

WS Clip Art 

Weird Science 

9 

0 

£9.99 

WS Fonts 

p ** 

8 

7 

£9 99 

Sounds Terrific 

If 41 

10 

3 

£19.99 

Aminet III 

PDSoftware 

10 

3 

£19-99 

3D Vol 2 

Syndesis Corp 

9 

9 

£65 

3D Avalon 

H H 

7 

7 

£32 approx 


Sounds Terrific 

Sample Formats IFF.WAV and VOC 

This is a double CD pack that aims to 
be a vital source of sounds for both 
the non serious user and the musi- 
cian. With over 1 .2 Gigabytes of music 
and sound data on offer, there should 
be something to interest anyone. 

One disk is composed entirely of 
music modules. This source of pre- 
made music is a mixture of original 
compositions and rip-otfs of well- 
known tunes and songs. 

As you might expect, House and 
Electronic pieces work more convinc- 
ingly than the attempts at Rock or Classical. Wagner's Ride of the Valkerie stood out as 
a hilariously feeble imitation and will surely have the composer's corpse turning in his 
grave. 

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modules. 

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applications. 

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Star Trek. More useful are the samples of jet end car engines, explosions, gun-fire and 
so on. Some of those are of a high enough standard to use in video film, 

As a package that caters both for simple fun and serious uses at ihe same time, 
Sounds Terrific is highly recommended, especially when you consider that even games 
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heap doesiVt necessarily mean 
nasty. a statement confirmed by 
the typically diverse selection of 
software that has tumbled gently into the 
PD postbag over the course of the past 
month Whatever activity you may engage 
yourself in with the aid of your Amiga, 
there will most likely be something to 
tickle your fancy available for a few quid 
through the public domain... 


BHflfll Spectrum HCH 

Programmed by: Antonio J 
PomarRossello 

Available from: KEW=II software 
Disk No. 01041 

The wave of Spectrum nostalgia sweeping 
the Amiga scene continues with the arrival 
of anolhar program whose sole purpose in 


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life is lo transform your powerful 16 or 32- 
bit machine into a vastly inferior computer 
dinosaur. Whal, you may as^ is the point 
of shelling out a few hundred pounds on 
an Amiga and then using it to play 
Spectrum games? Well, it would seem 
that despite the technical excellence of 
many modern games, today's offerings 
are often sadly lacking in the playability 
department. 

Even though I never owned a 
Spectrum, having navigated the heady 
days of the early- and mid-eighties from 
the bridge of my trusty Acorn Electron, 
I can see that For some the temptation 
lo experience (hose monochrome classics 
one more time could prove to be 
irresistable. 

Although this is certainly not the first 
such program on the Amiga, in the pasl 
such offerings have been let down by an 
alarming lack of speed. Speclrum sofl- 
ware has been known to run inexplicably 
slowly on even the fairty pacey 14Mhz 
A12Q0. 

Fortunately, in this respect the ZXAfVl 
emulator is slightly ahead of its rivals, so 
at last the oldies can be relived at some- 
thing approaching full speed 

The program does require WQ3 to run, 
and features a standard intuition front- 
end. It can cope with Speclrum games 
saved by other emulators in a variety of 
formats, although in some cases you may 
need to rename I he files for them lo be 
recognised. 

You can also, of course, load your old 
software from cassette, although you will 
need a suitable hardware connection 
such as a sound sampler to do so. 



Deuer liked 
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Programmed by: Lego 

m Available from: Online PD 

■ Slideshows are I an-a- pen r*. | 

these days, so it's refreshing 
to find one which features docent 
pictures which have not simply ' 
been scanned or digitised. There 
are plenty of pictures crammed onto Ihis 
disk, covering a. wide variety of theme s I 
although perhaps unsurprisingly rantasyl 
artwork is prevalent. 

The pictures are colourful and stylis 1 
and can either be viewed in sequence or 
individually. A couple of the fantasy ones 
are clearly inspired by Dungeons & 
Dragons - in fact there's one of a halthr : 
which I'm sure is based on some artw-cr* 
in a D&D rutebook - but that’s no bar 
thing, especially when the pictures are 
this well drawn. 

There's a pleasant enough tune play in; 
away in the background, and the overa 
effect is prelty decent. Not bad at all. 


LUB2/3 Utilities 1 

Programmed by: Various 

Available from: KEW^Il software 
Disk No. WIT 14 


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ImageStudio 

Programmed by: Graham and Andy Dean 

Available from: Graham Dean 

While many people could undoubtedly find uses for an 
Image Processing package, the two real heavyweights. 
Image FX and AdPro. both boast pricetags large 
enough to convince the average user that such a pro- 
gram is a luxury they cannot afford, 

PD and Shareware aulhors have, however, been 
slow to attack the potential market There was Grinder, 
which was only slighlly less unpleasant lo use than its 
name made It sound, but beyond simple file conversions 
it came nowhere dose to filling the void. 

Enter ImageStudio. It can read and write in an 
impressive range of picture formats. Irom standard 


Amiga Computing 


A selection of some ot the more 
useful Utilities supplied an ffttf disk 


Amiga IFF and CompuServe OFF lo the efficient Jpeg 
compression system. Fl allows the user to adjust picture 
brightness and contrast, or apply a large selection of 
special effects including sharpen, emboss, and even 
user definable convolves. What's more, it does ic all 
from within a beautiful intuition interface, meaning it is 
pleasant to use and extremely easy to work with. 

It can handle 24-brE pictures with no problem, and as 
well as displaying them using either the internal viewer 
or an external user-configurable one such as ViewTek. 
the resizable preview window can use up to 256 
greyscales. 

Various effect windows can be left open on the 
screen so that they are quickly available, and the 
screen layout can be saved to disk along with other 
Preferences. 

Perhaps the most impressive feature is the option lo 


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• Applnfo - This is an Apptcon which 
simply tells the user a few ihmgs about ihe 

Specified file, including file Size and 
version number, along wilh a ver- 
sion dale if it can find 
one. This is another nice 
idea which could make 
hard drive management much 

easier. 

• AppTrash - This is an enhanced ver- 
sion of The Workbench trash can feature. 
Dropping files and drawers onto it gats rid 
of them' while dropping disks onto it will for- 
mat them. Files can eilher be stored so 
Thai they can be removed from the trash 
later, or deleted instantly when dropped 
onto She trash can. 

Oh, and there's also yet another flying 
toasters screen saver - how original. Still, 
it's more configurable then most of its ilk 
and al least it doesrTl seem to crash she 
system. All in all, an interesting disk which 
won’t exactly revolutionise Ihe Amiga world 


,doc, .guide, or other similar suffix. If it 
doesn't find one it will simply open the text 
viewer with the file you dropped onlo it, so 
you can simply drop the readme onlo it if 
you so choose. 


but could be worth a look, 


hard drive, maybe used once or twice, and 
then deleted next time you become shod of 
storage space. 

There will also be a couple of pointless 
programs which are ignored after you’ve 
read the ReadMe, and the odd highly sus- 
peci program which either crashes instantly 
or causes strange things to start happen- 
ing. Just occasionally there may even be 
some really useful programs included. 

On offer here, fortunately, we don't have 
any crashers, and there's only a couple of 
pointless programs. A couple of programs 
have even been granted positions on my 
already cluttered Workbench screen, which 
is surely the highest accolade l can award 
such utilities. Of particular ngle are the 
following gems: 

+ DocReader - At the heart of this 
Applcon utility is a simple yet clever idea. 
Drop a program icon onlo it and 
DocReader will search the directory for the 
appropriate documentation file with a 



Her fust a pretty tMEB t Star Woids is a tough Thrust 
darfvativa which ought to provide a Ibtt^larm challenge 



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u$e a hard disk as virtual memory. This means that it 
can run in under one megabyte of memory, a feature 
that would certainly he welcome in many commercial 
offerings. 

It means fhat if you apply several effects to a picture 
and then decide that you don't like any of Ihem, you're 
not limited to only Undoing the last effect as rt is possible 
to store up to 100 actions in Ihe Undo/Redo buffer. 

You'll need one megabyte and WB2 to use 
ImageSiudio, and having an AGA machine is a definite 
advantage for picture displaying, although it ss by no 
means essential. 

The FD demo version has all options enabled but can 
only handle pictures up to 250x250 pixels. The full ver- 
sion, along with an optimrsed 66020 version, is available 
for a very reasonable £10, extremely good value consid- 
ering the features on offer. 


[ailing all PD libraries.... 

....and individuals with anything remotely 
worth my while having a peek at, if you 
want something released as PD, or 
you're a library with stacks of hot new 
stuff that you haven't seen reviewed yet. 
why not drop me a line with a copy, full 
documentation and everything dearly 
labelled? I promise I'll at least look al 
your work. 

Tina Hackett, PD Submissions, 
Amiga Computing, Europa 
House , Adlington Park. 

Macclesfield, SKID 4NP. 


Star Uloid5 

Programmed by; Martin Kift, Rowan 
Crawford and Rob Wells 

Available from: OnLine pd 

One of my favourite S-bil games was 
Thrust, since it was not only highly enjoy- 
able but also fairly challenging. 

For those who never sampled the delights 
of Thrust or its Atari ST cousin Oids, the 
game consisted of guiding your finy ship 
around planet surfaces and cave networks. 

Your ship was viewed from the side and 
rotaled when the joystick was moved left or 
right. It could thrust in whichever direction it 
was facing when ihm joystick was pushed 
up. This made simply steering the ship quite 
tricky and when enemy gun emplacements 
were added then things could become really 
lough. 

Your objective was to journey to several 
planets and retrieve from each one a bizarre 
ball ihing That dangled awkwardly beneath 
the ship, making keeping control even 
harder, before destroying a nuclear reactor 
buried in the caves and escaping from the 
planet within ten seconds. 

As a great fan of Thrust 1 was particularly 
impressed by this classy derivative. The 
principle garneplay difference between Star 
Woids and Thrust is that here you are col- 
lecting Rebel Soldiers from the planet sur- 
face. instead of strange spherical objects. 
Rebel Soldiers? Hang on a minute. Star 
Woids... Rebel Soldiers... Has Ibis game got 
anything to do wilh Star Wars? 

Well, yes. The authors make no secret of 
the facl thal Star Woids borrows consider- 
ably from Ihe Star Wars films. This is partic- 
ularly noiable in terms of presentation, with 
an impressive rendition of the title tune and 
some short animated sequences involving 
X -wings and the like. 

I hope this doesn’t create difficulties for 
the creators in terms of copyright problems 
because in addition to boasting an elegant 
facade, Star Woids Is a playable and chal- 
lenging game. 

One megabyte of memory is required to 
run Star Woids. This is only a three level 
demo, and for the full game you'll have to 
pay a £10 registration fee. That sard, how- 
ever. I'd bo surprised if you finish the demo 
m a hurry because it's not easy 


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Ilua[hbu5ted 2 

Programmed by: Rednex 

Available from: On Line PD 

Alright, I confess you could justifiably call 
me a bil cynical. In fact, that's a lie, you 
could call me very cynical. On Ihe whole I 
don't really see the point in domes 
because, while they are very impressive 
when first watched, they are somewhat 
lacking in long-term interest. 

Wouldn't the programmers |who 
are clearly quite talented if they can 
produce these pieces of technical wiz- 
ardry) be employing (heir time more pro- 
ductively if they produced some useful 
software? 

Ouackbusted, and I must admit to being 
complexly mystified as to the reason why 
il was so christened, is actually fairly good. 
There are some nice effects, and you 
might actually happen across a couple you 
have not encountered before. Of course, 
in order not to become bored rapidly you 
really need to appreciate gently moving 
spiral effects, 

The music especially is worthy of a 
mention. I have a feeling that had l been 
five years older or if I frequented the more 
obscure Stockport music shops I might 
have boon a hie to recognise it. Anyway, 
whether it is an original tune or not it 
is excellently sampled and crisply 
reproduced, and despite some cheesy 
electronic organ -style slides it is one ot the 
best Amiga demo tunes I’ve heard in a 
while. 

Throughout the proceedings, various 
words of wisdom in the form of song lyrics 
appear on the screen. Fine, if you happen 
to be a fan of Ihe Nine Inch Nails or the 
Dead Kennedys, although if you're into 


Genie 


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Programmed by: John Godley 

Available from: John Godley 

Genie is quite an impressive Family history database 
program, capable of sloring delails of the relation- 
ships and marriages of up to 9999 people on hard 
drive systems and 1500 on floppy, While genealogy 
will not be everybody's cup 
of tea. Genie will probably 
prove a great help for those 
who are interested. 

Although Genie was writ- 
ten in AMOS, the author 
has gone to some trouble to 
try to provide a Workbench 
2 interface, Information is 
easily entered into Ihe text 
gadgets and once the data 
on several people has been 
input, instructing the pro- 
gram ns to the relationships 
between them is a simple 
matter of clicking on a few 
buttons. 

Once all the necessary 
data has been input, Genio 
can organise and print 
Out tables Of information. 

Family groups, lists of indi- 
viduals and so on can all be 
output. Pictures of people 
and marriages can be 
linked to the records and to 


avoid confusion in families with Ids of similarly 
named people, comments can be added to the 
records to differentiate between them. 

Genie requires one megabyte to run II comes in 
two flavours, the full registered version and ihe freely 
distributable PD demo which has the printing loalurcs 
disabled. Registration costs £5, and for those inter- 
ested in charting I heir pedigree then Genie should be 
very valuable. 


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may find they spoil the effect of the spi- 
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Unfortunately, some of these you probably 
won't understand because they’re not 



writlen in English, whereas some of them 
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because they Ye written in bits of English 
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Tel: 001-657 1617 

Graham Dean 

14 Fielding Avenue, Poynton, 
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Online PD 

1 The Cloisters. Halsafl Lane. Formby. 
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tutorial 


Install with 

Steue White opens the door to creating — 
gour own installation scripts and — 
enpiains horn to use routines corrects — 



n last month's Entailer guide I dis- 
cussed how the language works 
and provided a few example rou* 
nos. This month I will attempt to show 
- ju a demonstration script using those 
sutines discussed. 

You will remember that the Installer lam 
uage relies heavily on the use of paren- 
■nesis, (). The parenthesis basically open 
an d dose routines so that they cars be 


translated by installer one at a time. 

What follows is a script example using 
the earlier routines with an explanation of 
each command and what it does. Please 
remember, this script is for demonstration 
purposes only and you will need lo alter it 
slightly in accordance with your software. 

Please ignore the line numbers when 
typing this example in as they are for ref- 
erence purposes only. 



Example 1 




51 

02 


;lyProg f.esl InsllLlltion striflt 
Coeputi na MW 


01 (ccpplftc tn 

i 54 (uisrkiflg "Setting; up instiLut ins. Please 
j 05 (run 'h*/tcpy Libs uhskfnnE .Library to rai:"l 

0& (run "HJfcopjr MatiisL. Library ts r9n:“) 

0? (run M :c/copy NyPrngn tc rsi: n k 

GS (cGipltte 10) 

C9 (set ip-dtit 
ID (gstifir 

It (preipt "‘ilherf u^uid you Like tu fn&taLL ivProgD 

I 12 (help iasldi r-help] 

13 (dteiauLt 3 d(f lult-dest} 

I 14 ] 

11 ) 

16 Istt adef>tfLt-4tit PP’Jest) 

17 LeflipLfts 30) 

IS ( 

! 1? (uprising "InstaUini lyPr^g program, T) 

2D (tnp^H Lii 

Zf [prompt 

22 [hie-Lp Scopy f i Let-help) 

25 (saurtt "taiiByPjnf") 

! 24 (dest aiirauU-dHt) 

25 CfftflM) 

24 (pd3dugt> 

27 ) 


ll ) 

2? CtflbpUtl 70) 

3] (nor Ling "EnsEatLSnp Pfldtd 

31 (tdpyllb 

32 (pfnapt ' tniteL Ling 
dHs4fflnt.Lfbrary ri > 

tl IhfLp IcepyLib-hELp} 

J4 {iourci u Paa:diskiont. Library"] 

J5 <d«t nibs^l 

lh (cW'firil 

57 (nflfau^i) 

It ) 

39 (coiplttt 90) 

45 (upyllb 

41 (proapt "InjtaLLirg ssl. Hbfarjr") 

42 (kelp 3c.opyL i P-hiLp) 

43 l&frurE* Bl : as L-. Library " ) 

44 bitst *l\bs: u } 

45 LtOPfiJl) 

46 [nogaugft) 

47 } 

it EcaipLttr 95) 

t9 [uflrkipg "Cttanirg up . - . ta 5 

50 (run “ic/dtlfte fai:Nyl!") 

51 (run u :c/dtlEte rgaif?- Library 11 3 

52 ({QipUte lOD) 

13 {mUJ 


Part B 



being copied from the disk into Rem so that it 
can be installed quicker. 

I will discuss this in more depth when I 
explain how to set up an installation disk. 
Note how an AmigaDQS wildcard pattern is 
used to copy all the files beginning with 
MyProg at Ime 07. 

09 

Set allows you to set up a variable, in this 
case mp-dest. There is no close bracket 
because we went it lo contain the res-uil of 
the following commands. The fact that there 
is no close brackets means that command 

09 is part of the routine 09 to 15. Variables 
do not need an identifier such as % for string 
variables. Installer automatically sorts this tor 
you. 

10 

The is the beginning of another routine within 
the routine set by line 09. It is a routine com- 
mand that tells Installer that the following 
commands are to do with asking ihe user for 
a directory to install MyProg. 

11 

Prompt simply displays a message while the 
Installer is waiting for confirmation of the 
Askdir routine. 

12 


/ will now describe each command so that 
you understand what the Installer script is 
actually doing, 

01 

This, and line 02 are basically notes for Hie 
writer of the script, Anything preceded by ; is 
ignored by Installer so that you can insert 
information regarding the script. 

03 

This command displays Ihe number as a 
percentage in the Installer window bar - 


useful for informing users how much of the 
installation procedure is completed. 
Consider it good manners. 

04 

This simply prints a message to ihe screen 
so that the user knows what is going on at 
that time . 

05 

The Bun command allows you to execute 
AmigaDOS commands within speech 
marks. In this case, the appropriate data is 


This tells Installer that if Ihe Help button is 
pressed on ihe interface it should display Ehe 
help text @askdir-help. Certain routines have 
dedicated help text buill into Installer, You 
can also create your own help if none is pro- 
vided. and there will be more on this later. 

13 

This tells insiallor what the default destina- 
tion is. I have used a pre-defined variable 
here called @defauil-dest. and. as 1 ddn t se' 
it to a certain location earlier in the sen pi it 
defaulls to the current devices. 

► 




Amiga Computing 


DECEMBER 1994 
— I 















TUTORIAL 


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Ills: 


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awcgllani library 

support and wiif 
inform liter uicr if 
tharm is m dfl*h 
with library version 
numbers 


Proceed m tii fapy 


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Stf/feCtlng- J directory 
cDuirfn'i bp xrnrpiar. The 

variable vtiefault-tiest is 
already set td all device* 
but y&u can change that 
easily enough 


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' Ibt bM^t* hfM i '.'.!> 1 1 

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Jf you want to cmtir 
scripts quickly and 
easily bur CbvbrDiSk 
truii version bf Edge 2-0 
sho Lri'd prat* Jttaif 
wflJcomn 


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irnportnirr when c/Diiing 

V9iir awn scripts. A missing 
bpen br blase bratkat will 
causa a compile error 


M ERBVR HRS ttfMEl! 

Umblf t« ciflpilf script. 

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InslaUPIwwwIW« tte«» done) 


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Installation complete! 

PhoneltY4,0 on be found in your M DHB:PhoneItV4.0" 
drawer lor partition). 


► 

14 

Ones 14 and 15 simply shut down the rou- 
tine opened with lines 09 and 10. 

15 

This sets the variable ©deteulMost to 
equal the directory result held in mp-desl 
which we asked for earlier. Thi.s means that 
we can use ©default-dest to copy the nec- 
essary tries into the correct destination. 
@defauli-desl is a pre-defined variable thal 
is used lo store destination directories. It is 
also used at the end of installation when 
installer informs the user where they have 
installed their program to. 

IS 

Lino IS opens up a now routine. 

20 

Opens up yet another routine which is a 
CQpytiles routine. Installer knows that the 
following commands will he used to copy a 
file or files to a destination. 

21 

We canT use a Prompt here because copy- 
files is instant and we won't see it. That is 
why there is a Message command at line 
19. 

23 

This assigns the help lexl ©copy files-help 
to the Help button on the installer interface. 
This help text is built into Installer. 

23 

The Source command allows us to tell 
installer which file it is we want to copy. In 
this case it is MyProg which was copied into 
Ram earlier. 

24 

Like Source, Desl sets the destination 
where the file is to be copied to. In this case 
it is the location held by Ihe variable 
©default -best which we set through lines 
09 to 10. 


25 

Infos instructs Installer to also copy any 
.info (icon) files that are associated with the 
main file that is being copied - MyProg, 


33 

More help for Copylib. This is also built - 1 
Most routine commands such as Copy ^ 
Askdir and Copyfiles all have inbuilt bed 
texi. Installer will expect a Help command 
within a routine. If it is missing a compiJ 
error will occur. 

34 

This and line 35 are exaclly the same aJ 
lines 23 and 24 except lhat I have not usefl 
a variable for the destination. Why 7 Ofavic : 
really, all libraries are copied into Libs. 

36 

The Confirm command does just that - ask* I 
the user for confirmation of the copyir; II 
Where libraries are concerned this is impc* I 
lant because they can have the same ItoJ I 
name but still be different versions. 

Fortunately, the Confirm command will 
force installer to display version informal^ j I 
about the library being installed and the ent II 
already present in Libs directory. You cm\\ 
then decide if you want to confinue or ske 
that part. 

23 

This closes the routine opened by lino 31- 
33 

Lmes 39 to 47 are identical to the above re 1 
tine but copy &$l. library ralhor thanl 
diskfont. library. 

49 

This line shows a message telling Ihe user I 
that Installer is cleaning up. Cleaning up* I 
Whenever you copy data to Ram rn an ] I 
installation process it is always good mai> 1 
ners to delete it when installation has fir I 
■shed 

50 

Lines 50 te 51 basically use AmigaDOS ts I 
delete Ihe data that was copied to Ram v I 
ihe beginning of installation. This keeps ] 
things neat and tidy. 

53 

You made it? Exit tells Installer to inform thtl 
user of the location of their program the. 
have jusl installed, held in ©default-best I 
and on pressing Proceed to quit. 


Proceed 


26 

Whan any copying is performed Installer 
automatically displays a progress bar in blue. 
Nogauge turns this off. IF you'd like lo keep 
the gauge visible simply remove this line, 


MX month 



In the third instalment of our Installer 
Guide we will be looking at Ihe individ- 
ual routines and their associated com- 
mands in more depth. We will also be 
taking a look at variable handling and 
explaining how you can define your 
own Help texL 


At fhe end of 
installation I he 
user is shewn 
the installation 
path , TJif* ii 
retrieved from 
the pre-defined 
variable 
^deiautt-d&s t 


27 

Lines 27 and 23 simply close the routine 
opened by lines IS and 20. 

31 

The Copylib command indicates the start of 
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t You Know Who had been using a 
copy of World Construction Sot lo cre- 
ate the Earth, t might have taken a lit- 
tle longer than six days. Bui the place would 
probably be a lot better looking, World 
Construction Set isn'l the easiest landscape 
rendering program out there to leam, but it's 
certainly the most flexible and powerful. 

At $250, the product isn't priced for the 
casual user who just wants ta create some 
cool landscape pictures to use as Workbench 
backdrop images. 

World Construction Set uses actual United 


Stales Geological Services Digital Elevation 
Model (DEM) data files to render incredibly 
authentic and realistic images that aren't just 
pretty lo look at - they're accurate enough to 
use lor mapping purposes (if 90 meter resolu- 
tion is detailed enough for you), and of high- 
enough quality to use for commercial anima- 
tion work. 



...Benny Rthins created a world of his own. If not! 
want a better place to Hue use World lunst ruction 
Set and create a land ofmaHe belieue 




Of course, few people have a day-to-day 
need to render beautiful three-dimensional 
landscapes, Bui there are many possible 
uses: Creating backdrops for 3D renderings, 
overhead views of areas for brochures, and 
more. 

If you're creating a video presentation for an 
archileclure firm, for instance, you might ren- 
der an animation that zooms across a land- 
scape al high speed until i| reaches (he new 


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location for a building. Then you'd fade Ihe 
video to a 3D rendering of that building, You 
may not need a landscape program, but 
you'll very likely find one handy if you do any 
art or animation work. 

Wortd Construction Sol is an attractive pro- 
gram - rTs the first commercial application 
IVe seen that uses the Magic User Interface 
library, a shareware add-on that adds drop- 
down menus and a customisable user-inter- 
face to MUI-supporting programs. (Note that 
you’ll need the registered shareware version 
if you're gomg to customise the interface.) 

OPENINGS 

The mgsl unique feature of World 
Constnjction Sel is that it's a non- modal pro- 
gram, That is, you don ‘I jump from a camera 
mode to a landscape settings mode to a ren- 
dering mode. Instead, the program lets you 
open virtually any window at any point, and 
you never have to dose one lo open another. 

This can make for a lot of confusion at first, 


If there was ever a program that chad for online help, ifs 
World Consl ruction Set. Unfortunately there isn't any. so 
you’ll have to refer to the manual The manual’s very 
complete, but the pre-release copy I previewed didn't 
have an index. That's a must-have for a program this 
complex, and hopefully Questar will add one in a future 
update. The company is vary open to feedback, and 
promises to take all user requests for improvements m 
the program and manual seriously. 

There's so much here to learn to take advantage of 
Shat it's hard to imagine requesting much in the way of 
new features. The only area where World Construction 
Set is weak is sn the display and formatting of its output 
However, the vast majority of folks 


who buy this program are already going to have an 
image-processing program anyway, so why should 
Questar spend lots of effort supporting different render- 
ing modes and file formats when they could instead 
spend the time on the landscape portions of the 
program? 

Of course, this is Ihe first release of World 
Construction! SeL Among planned updates tor future 
releases are fractal landscape generation so you can 
create random worlds, better Lightwave support, the 
aforementioned Vista Pro support, and image scaling. 

I can't wait. In the meantime, with a little patience, the 
results you can gel from Ihis program make the steep 
learning curve worth climbing. 



Without a doubt fhe most oomptoto control 
system on any scenarv denotation spjfCttT 


since there's not an easily followed e 
sequence of events lo go through before re- 
dering a landscape. 

However, once you learn the program 
you'll love the lack of modality, as it makes • 
very easy to quickly make dozens of 
changes to your projects settings without 
clicking dozens of windows open and dosed 

You can open World Construction Set on 
any Public screen - a Picasso II running a 
1024x755 or an AG A Amiga al 500x600 S 
great for working on complicated projects. 

Unfortunately, that non -modality, com- 
bined with an absolutely mind-bending num- 
ber of options, means that Wor 2 
Construction Set isn’t like VistaPro 
Scenery Animator - two programs you ca 
jusl sit down with, click around a few times 
and start creating pictures. 

World Construction set features an algo- 
rithmic ecosystem mapping setup that y M 

can use to populate your wortd with rocks, 
water, grass, and venous types of trees. 

The algorithmic ecosystem mapping pr^ 
vents too-regular-iooking distributions t 
trees and plants, making tor a more nator j 
looking image. You can choose belweei 
Water, Bare. Rock, Conifer. Deciduous * 
Grass ecosystems. 

The neatest feature of ecosystem : 
though, is that they can be “animated" - th« r 
change over time - so you could create : - 
animation of a still scene that gradually p- - 
grasses from summer through fall to wirvr 
as leaves change colour and the snow-line 
moves down the mountains. 

Skies and backgrounds can be gradient 
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Tflckg rounds, Questar hopes to add clouds in 
a future release. In ihe meantime, nobody 
has ever created an algorithmic cloud lhat 
joked half as cjood as a digitized one, so jusl 
map a scanned image of real clouds behind 
your scene. 

Of course, the program supports a full 24- 
bit palette. There are 30 pafelte registers for 
-arious ecosystems and surfaces. You mighl 
set one green colour for sage scrub, and a 
darker one for grass. 

COLOURINGS 

The remaining 16,777.1 EG or so colours 
are created by the program as needed 
depending on your objects' base colour, the 
lighting (you can adjust both sunlight and 
ambienl light), and the amount of haze. 
Review images are created using a 16-color 
□alette, but saved Wes contain ihe full 24-bit 
palette. 

Rendering capabilities are a mixed bag. 
The program supports the creation of hugia 
images - up to 32,767 h 32,767 pixels in hill 
24-bit. However, il saves the images as 24 -bit 
Wes (IFF, Sculpt or interleave raw RGB) and 
doesn't support creating final renders in 


various screen modes (you can preview in 
any screen mode, though). 

This means an image-processing program 
such as ADPro or ImageFX is a must-have lo 
view your final images in their full glory, and 
to assemble them into animation files 

Setting up your rendering is an absolute 
joy, thanks to the Camera Window. This 
is one area of the program that definitely 
is easy to use - in fact, easier than the 
competition. 

You can render a quick wireframe preview, 
or choose an elevation or sun-shaded view to 
get a better idea what your landscape looks 
like You can even zoom in on a, particular 
spot on the screen to see What Ihe ecosys- 
tem looks tike at that spot. 

Rendering lime varies by complexity of the 
scene. There are numerous mapping tricks 
built into the program to allow speedy render- 
ing without having to go overboard on 
polygons. 

The program sports sophisticated anima- 
tion features. Automatic turn-banksng and 
lookahead features, as well as spline control 
of all motion parameters, allow you to create 
landscape overflights with realistic, airplane 
or heticopter-tike motions. 

An interactive 3D wireframe layout display 
Ids you preview and tweak your work; real- 
time (as fast as your screen can update, at 
any rate) motion previews are supported as 
well and all spline parameters can be edited 
using a timeline motion graph. 

Professorial animators will appreciate the 
Lightwave motion I/O feature. You can cre- 
ate a Lightwave scene and import it into 
World Construction Set. or generate a motion 
path in World Construction Set (so you can 
avoid running into terrain) and export it into 
Lightwave $o you can add other objects. By 




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World Construction 
Sel uses actual USGS 
DEM data, rather than the custom format shared by VistaPra and 
Scenery Animator, This means you can obtain actual data from the 
USGS (which can be a pricey proposition} or, il you have a modem 
and access to the Internet, FTP data tor free. 

If you're switching from another Amiga landscape program, 
Questar says it will be adding support for Vista Pro DEM files in the 
next update. 

To terraform a custom landscape (think of how impressive it 
would he to zoom dose over a mountain range and then zoom up 
above it lo find the mountains form a company logo), you can export 
the file as a greyscale IFF image, touch it up in a paint program, and 
then re-render il. 

World Cong! ruction Set includes a layering system and a GUI- 
based map module that allows you to place vector objects, such as 
political boundaries, roads, buildings, streams, and coastlines on 
your image: you can also label images. You can even load 
AutoCAD DXF vEctor objecls and place them on your image. 


merging World Construction Sot and 
Lightwave animations, you could zoom over a 
realistic landscape populated by photorealistic 
Light Wave-rendered objecls. creating some 
amazing effects. Not having Lightwave I was 
unable to try Ihis, but it sounds incredible. 


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Prodlrcf.' World Construction Set 
Supplier Questar 
Price : $250 
Tel: (303) 659-4028 


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□elections 


We list same of the best 
releases we have looted 
at over the past few 
months and explain why 
every gamesplayer 
should have them. 



King's quest G 

Sierra has finally decided to release the sixth adventure 
in the King's Quest series. As far as adventure games 
go, they don't get much better than this. 

With its brilliant graphics, a fairy tale of a plot, 
superb playability and a level of addiction that will 
keep you coming back for more and more. King's 
Quest 6 is an adventure that should have a place in 
everyone's games collection. 


Pinkie 

A cracking little platformer. It look* beautiful with its 
pastel coloured graphics, it has a nice and cheesy pop- 
tastic soundtrack and even the gameplay differs from 
its competitors as it's heavily puzzle- based. 

Pinkie, as a concept, isn't anything different and 
doesn't contain any new surprises, but as a game on its 
own it works remarkably well. Pinkie is a harmless little 
platformer that won't hurt anybody, 




Universe 

Without doubt. Universe is one of the games of the 
year so far. It has class in copious amounts and is pre- 
sented outstandingly well, The combined icon and 
text-control system is intuitive and friendly, making 
this a simple game to get to grips with. 

Universe is the type of adventure game that will 
be enjoyed by even those normally disinterested in 
the genre, and must be highly recommended. 


Theme Park 

The graphics are simply exquisite, the sound is 
excellent, it is as playable as hell and mote 
addictive than any drug. It oozes sheer 
•class and everyone that has seen- it has had 
nothing but praise for Bullfrog's business 
simulator. 

I could enthuse about Thermo Park all 
day F but I don J t want to because right now I 
want to get back to my A 1200 to continue 
constructing my park. 




Putty Squad 


The graphics are beautiful and the animation is 
excellent, especially on the main character. 

The control method, considering just what 
Putty can do, is very easy to use aod becomes 
second nature to you after only a couple of 
goes, h ts extremely addictive and I put hand on 
heart and recommend it to everyone. Die -hard 
platform freaks and Putty fans are going to love 
it to death. 


The scores 
on the doors 

Corie or regHar readers, you must know how 
it works by now. New readers welcome 
you to the most exerting part et the 
magazine, held on to your hats... 

Pm sure many of you are now familiar with our new 
scoring system, but for those reading Amiga 
Computing for the first time and those who might 
have forgotten exactly how it works, here is our 
guide to the System scoring, err system. 

In our opinion, review scores have lost their con 
text as a percentage; some products receiving scores 
which were only a few percentage short of being the 
''perfect" game, when in truth they were only 
marginally above average, 

Oft, so the scores might seem unnaturally low at 
first but that's only because other scoring system* 
tend to he on the high side and perhaps not as com 
prehensi ve or honest as they could be. 

In the long run you’ll receive a more concise and 
reader-orientated review that's geared towards the 
consumer 

0-10 This is given to the lowest of the low 

21-36 An all-round poor game that 
may have a single saving grace 

31-40 lust below the average, perhaps 
let down by a few indiscretions 

41-55 Games of this score are roughly average 
with 50 being a perfectly average score 


56-46 This is an above average game 
and is worth buying. For this reason 
it would be awarded the 8RGN£f 
award. 


67-77 A game of high quality that 
you as a reviewer would have no 
reservation in recommending. 
Anything of this ilk would he 
awarded the SllVifl award. 




76-49 A brilliant title definitely 
worth buying and almost the defini- 
tive of its kind. This type of game 
would receive the GOLD award, 



46- tfl6 The best in its genre This benchmark title 
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MicroRrose's blaze of glory 


The military strategy game, Fields of Glory is making 
its way onto the Amiga recreating the famous 
Napoleonic battles of Ligny, Quatre Bras, Wavre and 
Waterloo, with players coming up against characters 
from history like Blucher, Wellington and Napoleon, 

It will feature MkroProse's "Close Quarters 
Combat System" and an extensive database with 
accurate orders of battle and biographies of 
commanders. 

In a race against the dock you will control thou- 
sands of troops by issuing your orders through a 


pomt-and- -click interface. From historical battles to 
alien warfare, MicroPros? have another release in 
store UFO: Enemy Unknown will require you to 
defend the earth from an alien invasion. 

Combining a mixture of strategy and tactical com- 
bat, you will have to control the operation of bases 
you build and stop the aliens invading with “isomet- 
ric seek and destroy" play. 

Strategy fans tan look forward to these 
two releases very soon and both will be priced at 
£ 34,99 



Fields of Glory will recreate 
iftuosphcr* of Napoleonic warfare 



Tut Hackett 


Get ready to 
tumble 

Not only has Renegade recently 
released its shooty type platformer, 
Ruff and Tumble, but its also set to 
release The Bitmap Brother's excel- 
lent Speedball 2 for the CD32. 

Together with Binary Illusions, 
Renegade will be bringing out its 
humorous graphic adventure. The 
Flight of the Amazon Queen very 
soon. 

The game is set in 1949 and takes 
place in the Amazon Jungle. With 
over 1QO different graphic locations 
and 40 characters to interact with, 
the game looks to be huge You play 
the part of Joe King (hmml) and must 
fly film star Faye Russell into the jun- 
gle - the location for her new film. 
You meet the evil Dr. Frank Einstein 
and must foil his plans for World 
domination. 

Also from Renegade we have 
Sensible Software's Sensible World of 
Soccer, the sequel to the excellent 
Sensible Soccer, but chocka full of 
new features. 



Sensible World of Stxscer will Appeal to 
everyone. from am* footy fam ro (hose 
whu prefer a mare Ortfcul gjrtie 



40'i Adventuring is the suhfvrt far 
Ftigh r the AmMXOn Queen 




Super Stardust toota te he a graphically superb zbont-'em-up 


Team 17 have plenty in store to keep Amiga and CD32 owners happy. Old# 
England is the setting for their strategy adventure game due out this Winter. ■ 
capturing Kingdoms and rescuing maidens in distress is your kind of thing. the r - 
King of Thieves is the game for you! The CD version will also contain spoken na r 
rati vim, and extra enhancements. 

Looking ahead to next year. Team 17 are planning to bring out Witchwood t 
"Zelda-esque" adventure game It will be available for the Amiga around Easter 
and 3 CD 32 version the following September. 

Also sharing these release dates is Team 17 Pinball. The game promises ail . 
latest features, including Multi-ball and "incredible special effects/' 

Racing fans with a CD32 will be able to get Off Road Racer for their machines 
in September '95. It will have texture-mapped graphics and a state-of-the-art 3D 
engine developed in house. 

And if you can't wait that long, Team 17 have plenty coming up in the not-s: 
distant future. The sequel to Alien Breed is imminent as well as 5uper Stardust 
and ATFt. 

Alien Breed Tower Assault will have over 50 levels, new objectives and tea 
tures such as a retreat mode 
which means you can fire behind 
you while backing off and can 
also make your fire dangerous to 
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- and as well as the usual you will now have bad guys 
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Domark's successful racer FI is to have a follow up. Ft World 
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ture changing weather conditions and artificial intelligence 
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been brought out but a sequel is also planned, 

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rival fans, to match sequences with full text commentary There will also be 
an enhanced player exchange system and will include the Scottish League. 


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Virgin have teamed up once again with Disney to 
bring their Aladdin game to the Amiga Promising 
all the charm of the original film it is set to be 
released around November. 

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ing out The Lion King, Disney's new falm based 
around a Lion Cub who is forced into the wilderness 
and finds refuge with Pumbaa the warthog and 
Timon the Meeckat. 

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experience of a film. In The Lion King game, players 




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brought to life with unparalleled animation, non- 
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look forward to Overlord from Virgin and Rowan 
Software, the creators of Reach for the Skies. The 
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fighter pilot and will aim to create a highly realistic 
simulation. 

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defences and they will be able to fly Spitfires, 
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back at the base, including briefings and air raids, 
where he can choose to fight or hide away in the 
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was Mirage. And why? Because all the 
versions of their Rise of the Robots 
game were being shown. Together 
with Time Warner Interactive, they are 
bringing out the game on at least ten 
formats for all Amigas and also for 
the CD3 2 sometime in November. 
Mirage believe it will be "the biggest 
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character" and "with film quality con- 
trollable 3D graphics." Former Queen 
guitarist, and rock legend Brian May 
will be providing music for the game 
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"The Dark" and "Resurrection" being 
used. 

They are also venturing onto the 
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Manufacturing and a coin-op version 
of the game will be out soon. 

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an a trip around the world of Universe- iijnyl 




Boris foL/rtd 1 the bent bar, now aii he needs is 

the circuit board which, thank futty, if quit* nearby 


beat the 

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scene. You'll find yourself in a mysterious city with 
many strange creatures wandering around the screen. 
Move towards the air ducts on the left-hand side of 
the screen. Push/pull on the air ducts and you will get 
sucked down to the asteroid with the spinning rock. 
You'll notice that you weren't the only thing that fell 
down the ducts. A. mirror has fallen down with you 
pick ft up because it h a highly important object and 
you can't progress without it 

Once more, jump onto the 
spinning rock, then jump 
onto the service channel 
until you reach the satellite 


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ducts on, then walk to the far end of the scene ana 
turn left to exit. 

Walt for the robot to pass you by before throwing 
the mirror at the lasers. The laser bolts will strike the 
mirror and reflect back towards whatever fired them 
leaving the area safe for you to explore. 

Go to Silphinaa's house and use the keypad whicf 
is situated right next to the door. Once you get inside 
attack the door keypad with the bent metal bar. Fine 
the wardrobe, open it and put on the suit which yo-« 
will find hanging up inside. 

Use the arm computer on the console and then use 


The start of the adventure and Sort* 
has got a long way to go before he 
can gr t hack to Earth 


TlrtUrtg- is, of Che essence wNn trying to feap on top of ihe j steroid. 
Mpss it and youtt have fo wait a white before you can try it again 


irst thing you must do is jump off the discon- 
nected service channel and onto the asteroid 
below. Search around the asteroid for a bent 
metal bar and a circuit board. Dnce you've 
achieved this you must jump onto the spin- 
ning rock. 

This is quite tricky, but good timing is the key to suc- 
cess. If you miss it, don't worry, pick yourself up and try 
again. Once on the spinning rock, you must jump on 
the bridge which leads you to the next sequence of 
events. 

Insert the bent metal bar into the panel of the satel- 
lite dish and then insert the circuit board. Use the panel 
and a computer read-out will appear on your screen. 
Select the Gavric Home world filtration system. 

You'll now be able to link up the service channel 
with the Gavric Horn eworld. All that's left for you to do 
is walk across the newly created bridge to the next 

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the console to open the window shutter. This now 
enables you to jump out erf the window to safety Now 
jse the arm computer once more, but this time on the 
rather flash parked car. Once you've done that the car 
wiB now be safe to enter. Jump in, but you'll find that 


rl needs to be hot-wired! 

To get the car up and running, insert the key card 
into the slot on the left of the control panel. Use the 
console on the right and it will ask you for a code. The 
code you should type in is "87764". Navigate a course 
to Balkmos 7 (which is currently third to the left of 
your existing position. 

Descend to the planet and select the top-right 
quadrant. Pick up the droid and the spray can 
Combine the droid and the Can together and then use 
them on the aliens. Jump back in the car and ascend 
Punch in a course to Jor-slev A (or in other words, the 
next planet on the map). 

Descend once more and this time select the top-left 
quadrant. Pick up a rock from the floor and throw it at 
the alien. Use the droid on the blob and then quickly 
jump back into your futuristic motor vehicle. This time 
you need to select the bottom -right quadrant. 

Talk to the old man in the hut, give him the blobs 
and he will g*ve you some carvite in return. Jump back 
into your car and ascend. Lie in a course heading back 
to the Pfallenop asteroids. Offer Snorglat the medici- 
nal herbs. You can now dock with the ship, use the left 




mirmrat the door, the lasers witf 
strike and yau*ti he tree fa enter 
the building 



mouse button to accelerate and the right mouse but- 
ton to activate the clamp. Unfortunately that con- 
cludes our guide to the first section of Universe r for 
here on in you're on your own. 



have a chat nurfji Siiphinaa and you r fi onem ter same 
interacting tacit, twf don't bang about because the 
security droids are on their wayi 



After leaving the fiat, via the windo w, ycn* J U find a 
rather fine and gleaming sports car Use the 
e&ntml arm and ynu'fl ha able ns drive away in it 


Oi Parkie! 


It shhiis tiiatwB’vB pit a hit nf entra spacg In this immUi’s 
Beat the System, SP just forjffHl I’ve prepare same hints 
amt tips for Bullfrog’s mnderful Theme Park. 


The key to a successful park is pre-planning. 
It's best not to rush in and plonk things like 
rides wherever you damn well please 
because on the day you're park will suffer 
Just use your head and think about the best 
areas to place your rides. The roller coasters 
for example, Is the star attraction and is 
always worth a spot in the centre of your 
park. 

The rides are Important, but the pathways 
are what you must concentrate on. Lay these 
down willy-nilly and you'll find that people 
will start to wander and will eventually get 
lost or stuck. Initially, just lay the minimum 
of paths needed to get people to and from your rides and stalls. 

As the park builds, a one-way system is seriously recommended. This will enable 
you to lead visitors past shops where the majority of people will start to spend their 
cash. Always make sure that you have plenty of signposts pointing to the exit, the 
toilets and all your best rides. 

Your entertainers are employed to keep your visitors happy, but it is extremely 
important to keep the entertainers happy too. If an employee's morale is low 
because of problems with things such as wages then you won't get the best out of 


them. It's always a good idea to have plenty of handymen and mechanics working 
on your park. Keep them well paid and they'll fix and clean things a lot quicker. 
Always position handymen near your toilets because If they start to smell your park 
will gain a bad reputation and people will stay away. 

If your staff decide to walk out, then giive them the cash they want because, 
financially, strike action will totally cripple your park. 

Keep a careful eye on the thought bubbles that appear above visitor's heads as 
these teH you their current mood. Only respond to a problem if there are a lot of 
people with the same thought. This is down to the fact that some visitors won't be 
happy no matter what alterations you make. 

The best way to keep your visitors happy is by throwing food and drink down 
their necks because people are less likely to complain if their turns are full. Watch 
the price of your goods though. 

The visitors will have loads of cash in their pockets, but the problem is trying to 
get them to spend it. Make sure you've got plenty of novelty and food shops dotted 
around, especially near the entrance/exit. 

There ate many strategies to use in Bullfrog's business simulation, but follow 
these basic rules and they should get you off to a flying start. Remember the golden 
rule. Plan everything by using your brain, before you dick that mouse button. 



Keep an eye on the prices at your The early introduction of 

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One ol the first GD32-only games, Guardian 
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Set in the far, far future (oh God, here we go), 
the action takes place in a rapidly shrinking uni- 
verse only a couple of light years in diameter. 
Millions of life-forms are battling desperately for 
possession of the few remaining resources You 


are a Guardian, one of an elite troop of pilots 
with the duty of saving what's left of humanity 
Your task is to protect planets against attack 
from wave after wave of alien invaders. 

If you fail the human race is stuffed, but if 
you succeed they've probably had it anyway 
thanks to the universe crumpling in on itself. 
Nowthafs what I call incentive. 



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with efforts like this 7' 

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planet's installations, your get a radically different view of things. 

3D polygon game. Guardian immediately strikes you as very fast 
smooth. This speed really enlivens the game, allowing you to battle 
three, four or more enemies without any slowing of the action. 

The detail of the graphics improves with progression through the game. Initially the ground instal 
I at ions are made of simple shapes and; some of the ships are run of the mill as far as looks go. 

On later levels, however, the landscapes become much more interesting and the developers have 
obviously aimed for visual variety. Some enemy ships look great, such as the tie fighter design, and 
a gam there is a big enough range to maintain player interest. 

Dogfights look spectacular as you slalem through obstacles evading streams of rapid laser fire Hit 
an enemy and it bursts into a cloud of fragments - satisfaction enough for even the 
b iggest appet ites for dest ruction . IMP 










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fowr toert tactic ij to far tfie mothership and 
wipe ctut those Qronoids before th*y ip reed 


Two ran ptay, but unfortunaieiy not if fhf l#w fimn- 


Nm r i that tide screen: n^f bid rojnp jrt?d to Galamans 



This is nothing short of superb. CD 
audio quality obviously helps, but 
its the mixture of the tunes and 
effects themselves that really 
enhance the atmosphere of the 
game. 

There's different pieces of 
music including the preparefor- 
battle pomp of the title screen, 
and the wah-wah guitar driven 
dance music of level 1 - sorry 
about the NMF spiel there, folks. 

Sound effects range from dev* 
stating explosions tg the energis- 
ing buzz noise of power-ups. Its 
all very convincing. 


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Guardian has no pretensions as far as gaining the simu- 
lation depth of Elite and the like is concerned, The 
object is to shaft the enemy good and proper, simple as 
that. 

Levels are cleared by destroying the droinoids 
dropped in waves by a huge Mothership. Though they 
themselves are defenseless, enemy fighters and surface 
craft soon materialise to give you trouble. 

The control system is very effective. Moving in hori- 
zontal and vertical planes means you have to hone your 
targeting skills to survive, but fortunately the enemy 
takes some time to lock on as well, 

The fsghter slows to a halt unless you hold the 
thruster button on. That may sound annoying, but ifs 
actually an asset since it allows you to slow down instinc- 
tively when you find yourself plunging full-speed into a 
web of cross-fire. 

Best of all though is the hark -flip move with which 
you can instantly get pursuers in your sights and look 
pretty cool at the same time. Other special weapons 
include tracking missiles and smart bombs 

Each enemy type of craft follows a different tactic 
with some, for example, fixing doggedly on to your tail 
while others swoop round to come guns a- blazing from 
an unexpected angle. As different craft appear through- 
out the game theres a compelling challenge in finding 
the best mode of engagement. 

Destroying droinoids can be a way of picking up 
power-ups such as twin laser fire and shield boosters. 
Other enticements include taking on the Mothership to 
defend the planet, a section that is actually rather 
disappointing. 

Make no mistake, the idea behind Guardian rs simple, 
but winning through is very tough. It's a definite 
downer therefore that no password save is provided - 
going back to the start for the nth time tends to 
dampen the enthusiasm somewhat 

Another problem with this type of action Is the Ques- 
tion of durability. The futuristic combat is exciting but 
some other style of challenge would have been wel 
come; even the ancient classic Defender had you rescu- 
ing men as a break from pure trigger pumping mayhem. 

An unusual feature of the game is the way you can 
change the viewing angle, for unlike most flight sims 
this is more than a flash effect. Vou can pull the camera 
up and far back and actually play effectively from an 
overhead view-point. Not: bad for novelty value if 
nothing else. 


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Let's face it. as far as pure 3D action is concerned, 
Guardian is the dog J s gonads. Frenetic, mind-numbing 
combat should absorb you for long enough to leave your 
eyes so dead your parents will be convinced you're a 


AMIGA 

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smack-head. 

This game is a rarity irt that it actually looks and sounds like 32'bit technology. 
What's mgre, the attraction is more than skin deep thanks to playability that 
must have taken a lot of cars? and attention on the developer's part. 

In fact these combined elements could have made it a classic, I say could have, 
because the lack of a password save system leads to tedious restarts that dull the 
otherwise addictive nature of the game, 


That gripe aside, this title's good enough to have CD32 owners being envi^: 
for once.. If you're out for plain old-fashioned action, buy Guardian and invigo- 
rate your spare time. This one shouldn't be missed. 


IfpaMtr TIM 
















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t's dark. It's dangerous It's definitely not for little kids. It's got 
a self-imposed 18 certificate. It's definitely not even suitable 
for adults with weak constitutions. It is Dreamweb and it 
could, and probably will, change your opinion on computer 
games overnight. 

Sex, drugs, violence and swearing. A lethal combination 
whichever way you took at it and only a couple of complete loonies 
would attempt to put them all in a game. 

Creative Reality are, at this moment, tied up in straight jackets, drib- 
bling profusely and bouncing around a rubber cell because not only 
have they attempted to put the above elements into a piece of soft- 
ware, they’ve succeeded in doing so. 

In your dreams you travel to a place called the Dreamweb. Everybody 
does. It is a plane of suhconsciousness which affects your life every day. 


It controls the very heart of civilisation. 

The forces of evil have discovered the power 
of the web and have installed evil people to 
control it. The web is overrun and destined to remain evil forever. Only 
one person can stop this happening. 

You play the part of Ryan, the chosen one. Summoned by the keepers 
of the web, you must destroy all seven evil controllers of the web to 
restore et)ui librium back to the Dreamweb. 

It is a completely mad idea and luckily, one of the best ideas for a 
computer game that I've ever heard. It's got to be much better than 
bouncing on platforms trying to rescue a captured cutesy Princess from 
the dutches of some evil force. 

Welcome to the dark, violent work of Dreamweb, Enjoy, it's what the 
Amiga games world has been waiting for, 


Take a trip to lull and 
ban a quick peek in 
Satan’s ganus 
cupboard. Leek rigkt 
at the top of bis 
collection and yui’ll 
find Creative Realty’s 
adventure. Jonathan 
Maddack has found 
the game bn’s been 
looking fur all his life 
and bn’s abort to 
share it with you 


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The adventure is viewed from an overhead perspec- 
tive which works incredibly well. You're able to see 
everything and get a good overall picture of wbat's 
going on in the adventure. 

The various locations are amazingly detailed, 
Ryan's flat, for instance, isn't nice and tidy. It's com- 
pletely littered with objects, all of which can be 
picked up and used, whether they've got a purple 
within the game or not. 

The objects, incidentally, are unlike anything 
you've ever seen before. There are absolutely no 
restrictions on how you can or can't use them. Every 
single one can be picked up and then put down, 
which doesn't sound that significant, but you can put 
the objects down wherever you damn wel please. 

The actual animation of the venous events and 
characters is superb, especially when you consider the 
size of the playing area which could have been a big 
problem. Creative Reality has got around this though 
by using a zoom feature. Whenever your mouse wan- 
ders over the playing area, you are presented with a 
close-up of that particular area of the screen, making 


it much easier to see the various objects. 

Objects such as the pair of shades can be used r for 
no particular reason except to make Ryan look 
incredibly hip and things like cigarettes can be 
smoked, but serve no real purpose within the game, 
lt r s these little touches, which have had a lot of time 
spent on them, that go together to lift Dreamweb 
high and away from all its adventure competitors. 

It's obvious that the day before the graphic artist 
started work on Dreamweb, he stayed up all night 
gorging himself on a movie triple bill featuring Blade 
Runner,, Akira and the King of New York while, at 
the same time, reading a copy of William Gibson's 
Neuroma nee r. 

Ultimately, the graphics high-spot of the adven- 
ture occurs when Ryan has to assassinate one of the 
seven evil beings who run the Dreamweb, This is a 
bloody gore-fest that makes Reservoir Dogs look like 
an episode of Andy Randy. ! won't tell you specifically 
about any of the deaths because that would totally 
spoil your enjoyment of the game, but I guarantee 
you haven't seen anything quite like it in a computer 
game before. 


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l have been wracking my brains and l 
can't even recall one game that is 
remotely like Creative Reality's 
Dreamweb. Valhalla by Vulcan Software 
uses a similar overhead perspective, but 
apart from that there is literally no 
comparison. 

This can only mean that Empire's 
adventure is, wait for it, an original 
game. Yes, in these times where plat- 
formers, beat-'em-ups, and shoot- em-ups 
are becoming alarmingly similar, I can do 
nothing but stand up and cheer for devel- 
opment teams such as Creative Reality 
who have such strong and original ideas. 




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As you might have expected, Dreamweb has a soundtrack that fits the 
overall mood of the game. The dark, moody atmospheric musk compli- 
ments the industrial locations while you wander around and explore. 

Although not especially spectacular, the musk is just about perfect 
for this type of game. If more companies took rime notice of the vari- 
ous soundtracks within computer games, then I for one would be a 
happier person. 

The sound effects also provide a lot of atmosphere to the proceed- 
ings. The clanking of doors and various other noises are nice and clear 
and to be honest, on the sound side of things, there isn't a lot I can 
moan about. Dark, melodic and moody, a soundtrack just how I like it. 


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Open up your Dreamweb box and inside you'll find a book entitled “Diary of 
a Mad Man" This belongs to Ryan and contains important information which 
you'll need during the game, and Empire recommend you read it before you 
start to play Dreamweb. 

Over the course of the hand-written diary, the words become scrawled and 
illegible as Ryan's dreams {nightmares) get worse. Hero is a brief extract from 
the book where Ryan’s condition starts to worsen. 

"Friday April 6th Stayed awake. Haven't read library books. Eden rang. 
Told her to leave it for a few days. No murders. Must sleep. Something’s hap- 
pening to the electricity. Death knocked on my door, but I wouldn't let him in. 
l J m no fool,., 

"Saturday April 7th. Slept till mid-day, Dreams getting worse. Coming 
nearer. No reports on the dealer. Went to St Septimus - didn't go in. Eden 
didn't call. The lights are turning on and off on their own. I prayed to Angel 
before I went to bed. She sang me to sleep with an Ave Maria. Deliver us from 
evil. On, off. On, off. 

“Sunday April Bth. Dreams still bad. Not sure I woke up, I watched the light- 
switch for two hours. It didn't say a word. Spiders everywhere. The Deliverer 
killed a woman today. 

“Monday April 9th. The dock keeps going round. It won't tell me the time. 
Santa Claus gave a gun to me. Let loose the puppies of war, I died last night. 

“Tuesday April 10th, Today was not a good day." 

This diary is a perfect insight into the mind of the character you're controlling 
and it's far better reading this than watching some superb ray-traced intro- 
duction animation (even though Dreamweb does have an intro sequence af 
it J s own). 

The writing is brilliant and just by the feei of it you can tell that Dreamweb 
would make a brilliant film or book if it was ever turned into one. 



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strange individuals, things 
start to get even weirder 


The development team behind Dream web consist of just 
two people. Neil Dodwell is responsible for coding the 
adventures of Ftyan while his partner Dave Dew brings 
the character to life using his skills at producing top 
quality graphics. 

Creative Reality was formed around four years ago 
and the duo have completed 15 projects between them. 
The last Amiga product you'll find their names an was 
the brilliant siasN r en>up Myth for System 3. 

Dream web has in itself taken just over four years to 
complete, but Neil and Dave are hoping to create more 
games using the same adventure engine. Hopefully, 
Dreamweb will sell by the truck-load because I am 
already Lusting after a sequel. 




Another gruesome killing by /our fair hand- This limev j weti- timed 
head-shot wnJf put tJwr victim out for t#w count*.. permanifttiy 


Whenever Ryan kilts one of th*> seven evil beings, he consumes 
fhr i> jaiil and is then sent into the mysterious Dreamweb 


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i-nagi'ie an interactive version of Blade Runner directed by Quentin Tarrant ino 
and you t ght just come close to what it's like to sit, watch and play Dreamweb. 
TINs title oozes class out of every digital pore and it almost seems too good to be 
true, 

I may haw used far too many superlatives in this review, but I simply can't help 
myself. Dreamweb is my game and I can't stop playing It. I knew it was good 
when I hrst saw it over a year ago, but since then it has just got better and 

better. 

Dream eb is what I imagined all computer games should and could be like. I 
■■ever wanted cutesy platformers, I wanted something out of this world and I'm 
happy to say Cve found it. 

The graphics, considering the size, are outstanding and the soundtrack throbs 


along complimenting the action, but where Dreamweb rules the roost is in the 
game play stakes. The fact that you don't follow a p re-determined path and that 
you create your character's own destiny has to be a strong reason why it per- 
forms so well. 

Even the inventory system works like a dream. Clicking on, looking at and 
using the various objects is so easy that you can concentrate a lot more on play- 
ing the actual adventure. 

There are no limitations to Dreamweb. You can do what you want, when you 
want and you don't suffer any consequences. Obviously there is a certain path 
you must follow, but how you get on that path is entirely up to your adventur- 
ing/gaming skills 

I know that cynics among you will look at the screenshots, see the tiny playing 
screen and dismiss it, but I warn you, ignore this game at your peril. Dreamweb 
literally roars across your monitor screen and growls at you like a vicious beast 
from the pits of hell. 


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INTRODUCTION 


successful flight sim, jets trike, are 
venturing info the platformer market 
with Charlie J Cool. However, the 
games scene is crammed with plat- 
formers to say the least, so what's 
going to make this release different 
from countless others? 

Well, they actually describe it as a 'jump n 1 


run' game, hut the premise is still pretty mucf 
the same - travel through the levels, negotiate 
platforms and kill lots of baddies. You play th< 
part of Charlie J Cool, the sprite with attitude 
who must decide his fate by completing 
quest. 




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Better to reign 
in hell, than 
serue in heauen 

Milton, Paradise lost 



STORYLINE 


Slrghtly strange this one but here goes: Charlie 
just happens to be walking along the streel 
when he gets stuck in some super glue and a 
Piano falls on his head (it might happen!) He 
then sees his own body lying on the pavement 
and his soul is promptly whisked off to a 
Netherworld. 

Because he's died rather unexpectedly, the 
records of whether he should go off to Utopia (a 
heaven-type state) or Pandemonium (hell) aren't 
complete, so be must go off on a journey to set 
whether he leans more towards good or bad. 

He must travel to a place called Midway, and 
through all seven lands to complete the journey 
Only two forces exist here, that of good and 
evil, and by the person's actions it is decided 
which they are. So if you Mil lots of fluffy bun- 
nies you're obviously evil, but if you kill the nas- 
ties you are good. Straightforward enough, I 
suppose f 


Charlie 



The different worlds have been rather nicely based 
around themes. On his mission he travels around 
the Seven Lands of Midway and each land is cre- 
ated in an imaginative way to provide variety. 

Although the cutesy sprites have been well 
drawn they are more likely to appeal to a younger 
audience, but they do look good and fit in with 
the feel of the game. The main character of Charlie 
has been nicely animated, for example, if you leave 
him standing he will tap his foot or start reading 
his newspaper. The levels look attractive and 



have been carefully 
thought out to 
ensure the game- 
play works nicely. 

Examples of 
these are how 
well the obstacles 
are set out and the 
fact that the fore 
ground platforms are dis- 
tinguishable from background 
detail. 

Graphically it does rate highly 
lot of attention to detail has been 


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T he storyline in Charlie I Cool revolves around the idea of there being a concept of heaven and hell, 
and your action! in life determine which state you ipend your eternal life in, 

The word Pandemonium as used in this game refers to the hell-like state that Charlie would go to 
if his actions were bad. The actual word, meaning confusion and uproar, or a scene of this, was used 
m Milton's Paradise Lost to mean a place of Demons- The word tomes from the Greek pan + Daimon 
(Demon), 


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are 

placed in such j 
way to make it 
quite; taxing 



There are plenty of different lunes in the game to keep it varied and they 
fit in nkely with the action, The world* ail have appropriate tunes snd 
fortunately don't start to grate on the nerves. 

The sound effects are adequate for the job they do but they aren't 
particularly spellbinding. There are the usual beings and bashes but noth- 
ing out of the ordinary. 



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Platformers come and go these days 
without so much of a second glance - 
that is of course, unless they're really 
special - some aspect that makes 
them different from the norm. Take 
Ocean's Kid Chaos for Instance, a 
brilliant example of everything 
a platformer should be. Great graph- 
ics, tons of playability and highly 
addictive, 

Charlie J Cool takes the same kind 
of character and concept but It cer 
tainly doesn't have the same brilliant 
gameplay. This doesn't mean it's a 
bad game by any means - rt J s just not 
up to the same standard as the more 
exceptional platformers. 

It is also a lot slower than other 
games. You can't just whisk your way 
through the levels as you can with 
those like Zook You have to stop and 
plan your moves carefully. This means 
you have to negotiate your route 
■more carefully which provides a chal- 
lenge, but on the other hand it was 
quite fun just to whiz through a 
level. 

Rough ‘n 1 Tumble from Renegade 
was another great game because it 
combined a good puzzle element. 
Charlie j Cool is certainly playable 
enough and it is a big game, but 
somehow it doesn't have enough 
new features to make the grade. 

With the many other platformers 
that are about to bombard the shops 
very soon, like Virgin's Aladdin, ft is 
going to come up against some 
tough competition. 



Gaul platform frolics courtesy of 
Rasputin Software. Tina Hackett 
duns her shades to take a look... 


■4 


OPINION 


The game has plenty to offer both in presentation 
playability. It looks pretty, the levels are packed with 
baddies and the action is fun. However, the game- 
play doesn't have enough variety and mainly consists 
of jumping carefully across platforms and finding 
the key for the exit to that level - which is more 
about joystick dexterity than clever thinking. 

Interest is added to the game with the different 
objects you can find scattered around the levels, for 
instance, the switches which can turn platforms on 
or off, shields which turn him invincible, eyes which 
can be collected to reveal the entry point to secret 
rooms and question marks which may or may not 



help! The password system is a nice touch because 
the game is so big and to start from the beginning 
each time would be very frustrating. 

The different lands he travels through also make 
the game more interesting. Each one has different 
themes and obstacles such as forestia with the Pits 
Of No Return, Medicva with Rolling Rocks or Ice 
Lands where you must look out for frozen icicle*. 

For the younger gamesplayer I would definitely 
recommend the title It is simple to get to grips with, 
looks great sounds good and is very playable 
The way you're success in the game is shown is 
unusual and works well. A bar is shown and where 
Charlie is standing on it indicates whether he is good 
or bad. This will be nice for a younger player rather 
than looking at points all the time. The* actual objec- 


tive to the game is also unusual and gives more of a 
purpose to the proceedings. Rut for older players 
who prefer more mentally challenging game*, then 
Charlie J Cool won't be for them, 
for platform fan* Charlie J Cool 
a nice addition to the 


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genre but it's up 
against some tough 
competition at the 1 
moment. Its fairly “ 
limited gameplay 
may let It down a 
bit against those 
contenders that 
have a good puzzle 
element to them. 



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Grab your yoke and 
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and the dog-fighting is 
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flight ssmula- 
lions. Dawn Patrol is 
historically accurate right down to the 
smallest detail, You get the opportunity to 
recreate over 100 actual flight sequences and missions 
of the flying heroes of the era. There are &d pilo* 
biographies which will help you, eventually, create and 
customrse your own characters, 

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Von Richtenhofen, Immel- 
mann, Richenbacher and 
many more are featured 
within the simulation. 

Pilots can choose from 
,*0^1 Fj&X 15 aircraft from the 


Hi flight simulation which 

firmly focuses on pilot con- 
trol and natural skill, Rowan Software sn't a company 
about to create a flight simulator where you sit in a hi- 
tech jet and blow up your targets from 20 miles away. 

The core of the game is almost entirely based on 
head-to-head combat in the skies and the only weapon 
the pilots have is a machine gun, The game concen- 
trates on your actual flying and game-playing skill 
to out dogfight your opponents in the sky j 
rather than relying on heavy weaponry. As 
with most of Rowan's 


he of the most popular genres of game 
over the last few years must be the won- 
[ 1 derful world of flight simulation. Man's 

■ I conquest to fly in the sky still remains an 
objective for many, Computer gamers can r 
almost, experience what it's like to zoom 
amund in the clouds via the help of a joystick and a 
damn fine piece of software. 

There are loads of flight simulators on the market 
today and some of these are veering towards the new 
exciting hi-tech planes, which is all weM and good, but 
what about the pilots from World War 1 who had to 
rely on natural skill rather than million pound super- 
computer con trolled aircraft. 

Don't get me wrong, I love to play games Tike F-19 
Stealth Fighter as much as anybody else, but there is 
something about products like Knights of the Sky 
which appeal, to me anyway, a lot more than their 
more hi-tech brothers. Admittedly, Knights of the Sky 
has more than had its day now and good games from 
the WW1AA/W2 era are hard to find, but 1 advise you to 
don your hat and goggles for Empire^ forthcoming 
flight simulation. 

Created by Rowan Software, renowned flight sim 
experts responsible for such titles as Reach for the Skies 
and Virgin's imminent Overlord, Dawn Patrol is a state 


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Camel, the Fokker Triplane and the SPAD 7. You can 
even choose which side you wish to fight for - French,. 
American* British or German, the decision is entirely 
down to you. 

Rowan Software has used the same engine that it 
used for Virgin's Overlord (still yet to appear on the 
Amiga), but has enhanced it slightly for Dawn PatrolL 
All the screenshots you see on this page are from the 

version, but I've had assurances that the Amiga ver- 
sion is going to look really good, At least the team at 
Rowan Software now have access to the superior 
A 1 20Q which, of course, they didn't have when they 
created their last Amiga game. Reach for the Skies, 


COMPETENT 


The PC version, graphically, looks incredible. The 
aircraft are built using a polygonal frame in 3D studio, 
which are then put into the game using Rowan's own 
:onversion program. The image mapping is layered on 
top then fully light-sourced and gouraud shaded, The 
Amiga version can't possibly mirror the PC graphics, 
but expect them to look as good, if not better than 
the ones seen in Rowan Software's previous games, 
There are some very nice graphical touches 
which might not amaze, at first, but go a 
long way to making Dawn Patrol a far 
more in-depth and competent product. 
l The effects of battle damage on the 
mb planes is one such touch that's 
worthy of a mention - bullets 
from your Opponent, 
ripped canvas 
and 


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Reform you hop into your plane therm is a 
wealth of information on the mission and on 
the other flying aces to read at your leisure 


chopped up woodwork on your aircraft, plus if you 
start to take too many hits, bits of the fuselage and 
wing section start to peel away from the plane, 

The inside lock view is a new viewing angle which 
first featured in the PC version of Overlord, and has 
been included in Dawn Patrol. This highly useful view- 
point adds a further element of realism to computer 
dog-fighting. Basically, when you turn the view on it 
locks itself to a targeted plane. What this all means is 
that the view moves around the cockpit. 

This enables you to know which direction to climb, 
dive or roll in to get your enemy opponent in your 
sights, just as a real pilot would've been able to do. 
This 360- view is strange at first and it takes time to 
get completely used to it, but you'll find that rt makes 
things a lot easier in the long rum 

If you've ever fancied pitting your wits against a 
bunch of famous World War 1 flying aces with only 
your natural skill to save you from an untimely death, 
then I guess you'd better start saving up for Dawn 
Patrol. 

Having seen the PC version in full hot-blooded 
action at the recent European Computer Trade 5how r I 
am extremely impressed at the sheer quality and in- 
depth detail of the product. Empire and Rowan 
Software have joined together to create, what is 
potentially, the Amiga flight simulation of the year. 



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The football management simulation 
is now more popular than it r s ever 
been. For proof „ you need only look 

at your local computer store shelves and you'll find plenty of 
examples of the genre. 

The one thing that you could possibly fault in the football 
management game is its lack of talent in the graphics department. 1 
know most of these products don't often require high-class pixels to 
make them playable, but why isn't there a game where you a ve got the 
graphics to match the gam splay. 

Somebody at Daze must have been thinking the same thoughts 
because their latest licence, signed from German developers, Ascon, 
could welt become the first football management game that looks as 
good as it plays. 

System reviewed On The ©all: World Cup Edition last issue and it 
managed to grab itself a fair score, but it was lacking that certain 
something to make ft a classic. This time with the introduction of the 
domestic league and cup competitions. On The Ball: League Edition 
might just sneak a winning goal in extra-time, but then again one bad 
tackle and it could get its marching orders off the field of play. 




Before yw itart your as * 

manager. you must Writ gain some 
sponsorship A mean bit of bartering 
If *&* ential to your success 


A s hot of the stadium. On this screen 
you change the ferrates and seating 
arrangements to your likfng r hut keep 
an eye on your rash flow 




The actual standard of the various static screens within the simulation is 
unbelievably high, but where the game really stores is when you watch an 
actual match, 

You get a wealth of animations and could be forgiven for thinking that 
you were watching an episode of Match of the Day rather than playing a 
football management simulation. 

The animat ip ns are used to show the various high -points, within the actual 
match. You are treated to nerve-racking penalties, 30 yard free-kicks, unbe- 
lievable saves and more rmportantly, a varied amount of goals, both good 
and bad. 

To accompany the animated action there is a running commentary, a la 
John Motson, which gives you all kinds of information on how the game is 
going. 

At the end of the day, On The Ball has got the best graphics ever seen in a 
football management simulation and for that reason alone it should be 
applauded. A5QQ/A&0Q should note that your version pf On The 
Ball isn't as colourful as the A12QQ version, but apart from that 



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you are or aren't doing in the league 


Click an the statistics screen and yaWH 
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Jonathan Haddock laces up his bonis and 
takes a look at Ascon’s World Cop Edition. 



On the musical front, there is a choice 
between four tunes which can be 
accessed from the main screen. They're 
not the most awe-inspiring musical mas- 
terpieces you'vi ever heard, but they do 
the job adequately enough and there is 
always the option to turn them off. 

The only other sound occurs when 


youTe watching an actual match and all 
you hear is the crowd noise. There isn't 
anything as extravagant as a chant, but 
the pitch of the noise rises when either 
team has a shot or scores a goal. 

Overall the sound isn't that good, but 
football management games have never 
required a decent soundtrack, so I 
shouldn't worry about it 
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The Ball is far better than the World Cup 
Edition. You're going to get more long- 
term satisfaction from it simply because 
you get to do more and, more importantly, 
you get to play more games of football. 

On The Ball isn't quite as in-depth as 
Premier Manager or Championship 
Manager, but it beats them 
for graphics and it is 
highly playable. The 
more you play On 
The Ball, the 
more you will 
get into it, but 
it's not a game 
that will become 
the benchmark for 
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nal Premier Manager arrived a couple of 
years ago, it was adored by just about 
everyone including non-football fans. In 
fact, even those people who detest the beautiful game 
had taken to Gremlin's superb simulation. 

Premier Manager was an absolute corker, but you 
got the feeling, at the time, that something was miss- 
ing from the simulation. To combat this, Sheffield's 
finest software house created a sequel which 
more than surpassed the original. For proof you only 
have to have a quick peek at Gremlin's sales figures 
for the game which were well over the 100,000 unit 
mark. 

As far as I'm concerned, Premier Manager 2 is the 
ultimate football management simulation and I've yet 

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f iwrorWl Jonathan Haddock looks at the tMnt 


game in Gremlin's Premier Manager series. 


to see anything! that comes even relatively close. There 
aren't many games I'll play well into the early hours, 
but Premier Manager 2 is one af them and although it 
doesn't get played as regularly now, it still has a secure 
place in my games collection. 

Having said all that though. Gremlin are now out to 
d-isturb my precious collection because craftily hidden 
up their sleeves is another helping of Premier Manager. 

PROMISES 

The imaginatively titled Premier Manager 3 promises 
to be even better than Gremlin's previous two efforts. 
Considering just how good Premier Manager 2 was 
(i$?), you might be wondering how on earth do you 
improve on a game of such high-quality. Like the say« 
ing goes though, nobody's perfect. 

Realms of Fantasy, the developers behind the trilogy 
of games, have included a stack of new features into 
Premier Manager 3 and the 
first one you notice is the 
improvement in the graphics 
department The actual lay- 
mm out of the screen isn't vastly 
+ different, but the standard 
and overall quality of the 
graphics is. 

The ground improvement 
screen, for instance, now has 
a detailed picture of your 

< stadium, whereas last time 

you could only glance at the 
various terraces and stands. 
Graphically, even the tele- 

® phone has been given a new 

lick of paint, but the biggest 
graphical change of all is 
when it comes to playing an 
actual match. 

You are now presented 
with a whole game rather 
than just a few snippets of 
selected action. You can see 
the whole football pitch and 
you now know exactly 
where every single player is. 
This new view really helps 
you get a better overall view 



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of how the match is going, so thus you know what to 
change if things aren't quite going to plan. 

The sound has also had a radical overhaul and the 
match is now littered with crowd chants/nolses- A sarr 
pled Martin Tyler (top TV commentator) is also hearc 
whenever something interesting happens in the game 
such as when a goal is scored or when your goalkeepe r 
makes a heroic save. 

Using a specific grid system on the pitch, you car 
now determine where and how each player will play 
depending on where the ball is on the field of play 
This does take time to set-up, but worthwhile in the 
end as you have a lot more control over your team. 

Perhaps, one of the most helpful new features is the 
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down the job centre and once you've hired him:, yo.. 
can get him to do all those jobs you love to hate. He’ 5 
handle all the players contracts, training and a lot o' 
the day-to-day running of the club leaving you to con 
centrate more on the team. 

There are bundles and bundles of new bits to the 
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haven't the space to gab on about them all, but having 
played a near to completed version of the game I know 
this one will become the ultimate Amiga football mar 
agement simulation. 

Start saving your cash now because Gremlin 
Interactive are going for goal yet again and at the 
moment their striker is just about to complete his hat- 
trick by cracking one into the top corner. 




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The blue screen 
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ahd flse ice ns have 
been updated 


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J 2 playrrf running around the pitch. 


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sensiible Software. Top hits like Cannon 
Fodder, Sensible Soccer and Megalomania 
immediately spring to mind. Now the soft- 
ware developers from Esse* have somewhat 
of a reputation for quality titles and with a 
clutch of new games in development there 




Sicrnlcr IIH 


seemed like no better time to pay the not so sensi- 
ble guys a visit. 

Deep in the heart of a picturesque little town 
called Saffron Walden lies one of the top develop- 
ing teams for the Amiga. In a plush little office, 
complete with Pool tables, Pinball Machines and 
MTV {to aid creativity, of course!) we found the 
chaps hard at work on their new projects We talked 
to the guys behind the games and took a sneaky 

look at what they 
have in store. The 
Sensible story is one 
of those 'rags 
to riches' 


ion Hare 




types. Well, pretty dose anyway. From hum 
ble beginnings just over eight years ago, 

Jon Hare and Chris Yates started with 
a meagre £40 a week from iStc 
Government's Enterprise 

Allowance Scheme. They started 
on the road to game developing 
stardom with only a handful of 
releases for the Spectrum and 
C64, including games like 
Twister and Parallax. 

And then the real success 
started to happen. Wizbsll 
Megalomania, Sensible Soccer, Wiakid, 
and Cannon Fodder followed in rapid sue 
cession and all shot straight to the top. 

Their games have many qualities that have con- 
tributed to their success. One of the things that 
Sensible are renowned for is their miniature sprites 


Stoo tovfity at work on the 
graphics for Sensible Goff 

which are a bit of a curiosity in themselves, 
but Jon explained. 

"They originate from Mega 
lomania. The game underwent a 
massive design change. They were 
originally Robots in a Factory 
and then with five or six months 


to go we ditched the idea. We 
thought it would be better tc 
humanise it a bit and use human 
characters." And thus* 
Megalomania was born. ..But then 
Sensible Soccer appeared bearing 
the very same sprites. Coincidence? Or 
did the guys realise they were on to d 
good thing? 

Jon points out; "During development we were 
playing the Kick Off games a lot. They were bugged 
so it gave us the inclination to write a good football 









game. We saw the sprites in Megalomania and 
thought they would work well." And obviously they 
did. Sensible Soccer reached many formats and 
became a best seller 

Jon explains their appeal: "The smaller the sprite, 
the more playing area you can see and the better you 
can plan the tactics. The same is true for Cannon 
Fodder. You have adequate graphics but top playa- 
bility Symbolic graphics work better than realistic 
ones, take Chess, for example. You have the horses 
head - it's not realistic but its artistically pleasing 
and does its job- If you want realism, then go and do 
the real thing! 

"A tot of money has been wasted on people trying 
to make things as realistic as possible. Computers 
should be used to do things nothing else can do. Like 
with the Chess games or Scrabble, for example, you 
can play when no-one else wants to - the Artificial 
Intelligence is used well. 

^ B u t why put an Encyclopaedia on a computer 
when you can't carry it around? Why spend £30 on 
an interactive movie when you can go down to the 
shop and buy the film for £3 - and there's no irritat- 
ing pauses in it?* 

CLASSIC 

Sensible Software have obviously found a formula 
that works, so what makes a best seller and what 
does it take to turn an idea into a classic game? 

“A good design evolves. If it doesn't feel right you 
chuck it. And that's the hard part - after a few 
months of working on something if r s difficult to 
admit that it's rubbish and just ditch it, 

"The actual idea can take ten minutes to think up 
but up to two years to carry through. It varies - 
Cannon Fodder took two years and Sensible Soccer 
took eight months. Keeping your finger on the idea 
isn't easy," 

They’ve obviously all been successful but which are 
Jon's personal favourites? "Firstly Wizball because it 
established us as original developers and secondly. 




Srn^rbilr j JWr-g jfom anr a starts** off as robots its a 


Sensible Soccer because it made us famous!" 

Sensible Software have established themselves as 
top Amiga developers. But In an industry that is for- 
ever changing where do they see the future lying? 


Pointing to the state of the console market. Ion 
admits: Tm glad we haven't put much into consoles 
and I'm glad to see the back of it. lt J s been marketed 
like a fashion and it has died like a fashion. 

"People are sick of buying things that go out of 
date. Those outside the industry don't understand 
how the greed of the hardware companies is causing 
massive problems. No one knows what's going on - 
the developers don't know what to develop for, the 
publishers don't know what 1o back and the 
Magazine Houses don't know which magazines to 
produce." 

Jon believes the solution to all this lies rather ide- 
alistically with just one ultimate machine: "Hopefully 
all machines will die out except one. Until then you 
will never get the best. Once you have top quality 
graphics, CD quality sound, quick loading and as 
much memory as possible then that is the ultimate 
machine and we can concentrate on the software." 

And Sensible Software's future? Well, we can 
expect to see a lot from the team in the not so 
distant future. 





Stofi once again hopes m dear the river, r he 
powrr g.mgr *PP**rs rn the 

corner tftsfs least obstructive to the view 


Mot content to dominate computer football, our favourite 
mini-sprites are about to make their mark in the world of 
golfing, The question is, will the game show the same flair 
for playability that we've come to expect from Sensible 
Software? 

Sensible have deliberately avoided the simulation 
approach of some other golfing games. As they say them- 
selves, if you want full realism then you should play real 
golf. 

Rather than incorporating a complicated control system. 

Sensible have opted for an arcade style of game where play- 
ers can concentrate on the main challenge, which is to con- 
quer the increasingly fiendish courses. 

The computer opponents have accessories ranging from 
golf bags to posh buggies indicating their level of skill. With 
ZG courses made out of a combination of 72 holes, there 
seems to be plenty of depth to keep the player going. 

The visual style of the game is familiar, giving us the simple overhead view the makers seem to prefer. 
Complete with seventies' hairdos, the little sprites have miles more character than the Nick Faldo types you 
get m the sim golf games. 

As for the courses, a lot of thought has gone into giving the player a wide variety of challenges. Finding a 
way round the obstacles should give a satisfying learning experience. 

Strength and accuracy of a shot is controlled by the 
usual sort of powe^gauge. However, on some games mak* 
Tng a little tap into the hole is nigh impossible because ft is 
so easy to overhit. This flaw has boon avoided here. 

The sound effects include woodland chirpings - thank- 
fully you will be able to turn them off - and convincing 
crowd applause that should leave you suitably big-headed 
when you complete a hole under par. 

The biggest failing of many golf games arises once the 
player is putting, because judging the lie of the green is so 
difficult. This area of Sensi-golf wasn't complete when we 
saw it, so this will be something to look out for in the full 
review. 

Sensible Software says a reviewable copy will be out 
soon, so well give you the full verdict as soon as possible, 
Tor now, though, Sens! -Go If looks very promising. 


A ctorer iwk at 1bv mini-golfer* 
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On hearing the latest info on games in progress, the Sensible Software name appeared more 
than a couple of times so, hot on the trail of the latest, we raced down there to get a sneak 
preview of what they have in store 


Sensible Golf preview 


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There are a fiugi* amount of inducing the 

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Cannon Fodder 2 preview 


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ITie arigtnjii playability has iffP rff*frtfd 

How do you improve on one of the best soccer si ms 
of all time? You can't, can you? Unless, of course P 
you add a huge chunk of tactics and a tonne of 
managerial aspects. And that's just what Sensi have 
gone and done. So whether you are a Mack Hughes 
or an Aiex Ferguson you're every whrm is catered 
for. 

If you’re statistically minded or just want the odd 
J kick*abaut f then Sensi's sequel provides the perfect 
opportunity. They've kept the highly popular game- 
play of the original, tweaked it up a bit and added 
a whole host of new features. 

The game wilt contain things like real players 
with accurate stats. And get this! The players even 


Real players fiiw fcpcrt included 
complete with accurate 

As for the management side, you can buy and sell 
players and a player is on the bench his value goes 
down. 

The game looks to be absolutely huge and play- 
ing Manager for a lower Division side means your 
career should last for twenty seasons - hours and 
hours of playing time as you can imagine! 

The actual gameplay is having new additions such 
as being able to tap the ball in a more controlled 
way and the guys are also looking at including "lap 
headers 1- which will allow you to head the ball away 
a shorter distance. 

Look forward to this release around October time. 


One of the most original games of recent times is Cannon Fodder, a strategy type 
shoo!- 1 em -up thing. And now Sensible Software are in the process of making the 
sequel. 

They J ve used the same game engine as the original, same style of objectives 
with similar sorts of missions and phases and basically the same great gameplay as 


Sensible World of Soccer preview 


have the right hair colour? (a bit unfortunate for 
Andy Townsend!) Every detail from their individual 
skills to the player position is accurate. Considering 
there are 1,400 teams and over 22,000 real players 
included this isn’t to be sniffed at. 

The attention to detail looks to be phenomenal 
and things like the home crowds cheering louder 
compared to away fans will be included. Even the 
crowd will be dressed in the appropriate team 
colours! 

The referee comes complete with his black book 
and red cards and a there is a physio who rushes on 
to treat injured players. 


The levels wilt he completely 
different for * new challenge 


The graphical style has been kept 

for a great looking game 


she original So what have they bone to the game to warrant a sequel? Well from 
what we've seen the screenshots look totally different. Don't worry, the same- 
familiar sprites are still there, the overhead view remains the same but now they've 
added some strange storyline about aliens whisking your troops off to different 
points in history to prove themselves, 

This goes some way to explaining why you end up in these strange scenarios' 
But this 'artistic license" also means lots of great looking and original themed lev- 
els. 

I mean gone are the usual 'hum-drum' tanks and helicopters - well at least in 
part anyway - as they have given way to Battering Rams, Witches in bubbles (seri- 
ously!) and Airships. 

Now we have all sorts of scenarios - Medieval 
Beirut, Chicago and Alien Ships indeed. And a lot 
of the action takes place on top of buildings, 
keeping the great strategy/shoot- J em-upfeel. 

So r all in all r from the first impressions we 
gleaned, the game will have all the appeal 
and character of the first one, but with 
totally new levels and more varied settings. 


the themed levels, like this Chicago netting. have been wd* thought out to add variety 




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here was one game that arrived on the Amiga 
scene a couple of years ago that impressed just 
about everyone that saw or played it. Pinball 
Dreams* a game that was so addictive it should've 
been banned by the Government but hey they 
were probably all playing it as well! 

Pinball, as a game on its own, is one of t be most addic- 
tive and simple games in modern history. Computer 
gamers’ only real chance of playing "ball” was a trip 
down to the local arcade or pub (depending on how old 
you were). 

This was mainly due to the lade of decent pinball 
games, simply because the majority of programming 
teams couldn't handle the complex realistic ball routines. 
Then Digital Illusions virtually popped up from nowhere 
and suddenly the gaming world was r at last, presented 
with a game that was as good as the real thing. 

Digital Illusions* a Swedish amalgamation of ex-demo 
programmers, graphic artists and musicians, used their 
considerable talents on a product that should have a 
home in everyone's games collection. 

The success of the first game prompted Digital Illusions 
to create a sequel, Pinball Fantasies, which also received 
tremendous critical acclaim Both games went to the top 
of the charts, picking up several prestigious awards on 
the way and clocked up over 500,000 sales between 


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doing the third Pinball installment The feature is, :l 
course, the multi-ball, 

By the end of February, the hard-working team ha 
managed to get the multi-ball feature working. F- 
then on two months were spent building up the haw 
scrolling routines, text printing and effect processing. 
new effect system was far more complicated than the twi 
previous attempts. 

One of the new effects means that scores can be buil 
up around- a mode or sub-game system. These are spe. \ 
events where you have to achieve a certain objective. 
instance, you might have to shoot the same ramp r i 
times in W seconds to gain the bonus. Some of these s_3 
games involve the new multi-ball feature and they M 
change depending on which table you are playing on. 

As per usual there will be four new tables. The first - n 


Lav* ' ft 1 

Justice tsthie is 
set in ffce future 

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theme 

1 J them. Believe it or not, the 

^ Wr Pinball games are still selling 

like hot cakes, but avid fans 
of the product are now thirst- 
ing for something new after 
| playing the various tables to 
death. Then, 21st Century 
Entertainment latched on to 
this public "’need" and once 
more turned to Digital 
Illusions to see if the launch 
of a third pinball game could 
be possible. Digital Illusions 
obviously said "‘Yes'’ to 21st Century Entertainment 
because coming your way in Movember is Pinball Illusions, 
which will (that's will, not might) be the ultimate 
computer pinball game that you J ve always dreamed 
about. 

After finishing Pinball Fantasies at the end of 1992, 
Digital Illusions wanted do something different because 
let’s face it, you'd think that the boys on the development 
crew would be sick of the sight of pinball by now. 


FEVER 

They started wort; on an adventure/shoot- J em-up pro- 
visionally titled Malfunction, but in April 1993 had to put 
it to one side to start work on Pinball Fantasies for the 
CD32. It took Digital Illusions four months to complete 
the task, but by then the boys had got the Pinball fever 
back and began to think about how to improve their top- 
selling game. 

By January of this year, the whole team had moved to 
Gothenburg and worked on the new game for about 
four months. A decision was made to scrap the old code, 
because the basic structure of fantasies was far too lim- 
ited to support all the new features. 

There was one feature in the new game that fans of 
the Pinball series had been yearning for. The program- 
mers decided if they couldn't do K they wouldn't bother 








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is based around a cyberpunk theme. You are a cybercap 
and have to cope with the amount of criminal activity in 
the city of the future. The second table is looking good 
and has a beach theme, It's provisionaHy entitled 
"Babewatch" and the action centres around a backdrop 
of beach, burger^ surf and sun. 

The other two tabFes are still in development and have 
yet to garn their own themes. This is because when the 
tabFe is first created aH that you see is a wire-frame ver- 
sion of the graphics. This is so the table can be tested to 
see if it works adequately enough, without the fancy 
graphics getting in the way, 

It takes the Digital Illusions team five to six weeks to 
create just one table. Sometimes they don't even use it in 
the final version and many tables have been scrapped sim- 
ply because they weren't good enough or were replaced 
with a superior one. 

During the first week the basic layout of the screen is 
created and is tested extensively. All the possible shots are 
attempted to see if things work properly and if they 
do the team move on into the second week of table 
development. 

The team now work on basic graphics, ramps and 
mechanical features. This process lasts for two days and 
durmg that time Digital Illusions put their heads together 
and try to think up a specific theme to use with that table, 
Ideas are implemented and the team try to decide 
whether they work or not. If not they scrap the idea and 
try something else, 

into week three and the themed graphics of the table 
are drawn so that they know what lights and animations 
are required. The lights are completed soon after, but the 
graphics take, at least, another week to finish. While 
these are being completed, the product is continually 
tested. 

The animations take a while to do and while they're 
being finished off, the pinball table is bug-tested and 
fixed. Six weeks later, providing there are no hold-ups in 
the production process, the team have finally completed 
the table. All that's left for them is to make a start on the 
other three tables! 

Digital Illusions are frantically finishing off Pinball 
Illusions so that it can gain a November release, and don't 
be too surprised if you find it at the top of the software 
charts by the time Santa pops his head down your 
chimney. 


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is suit* re rest amigut pinball player* everywhere 


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8 Hi I it'd he a pretty stupid time 
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of software based on the 
wonderful game of football. 
Krisalis aren't that stupid because 
the game they've got for you is 


Soccer Kid, this time putting in a 
new and enhanced star appearance 
on the CD32. 

First time around. Soccer Kid was 
acclaimed by punters and reviewers 
alike for its amazing array of car- 
toon quality graphics, its superb 
soundtrack and the fact that it 



wasn't fust another platform game. 

Krisalis, keen supporters of the 
CDJ2, have now made major 
improvements in the graphics and 
sound departments. 




Krisalis’ Soccer III, i 
platformer applauded by just 
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The soundtrack in the normal 
Amiga versions of Soccer Kid was 
fairly spectacular, with a selection 
of funk guitar samples played 
against a thumping dance beat. It 
has to be said that the tune ranks 
as one of the greatest ever 
Amiga musical moments 

Krisalis now have access to CD 
technology and thus have the 
ability to make their music even 
sweeter. Having said that, the 
tune isn't vastly different from 
the A5O0/A12M versions, but the 
actual quality pf sound is far 
superior. 

Another sound introduction is 
the inclusion of speech into the 
various animations. The various 
snippets of speech won't make 
your ears pop out, but they do 
add to the whole presentation of 
the product. 


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The first thing that hits you is the 
introduction sequence which has been 
created by Catalyst Pictures. The actual 
sprites and standard of animation was 


almost as close as an actual cartoon 
when Soccer Kid first exploded on to 
the Amiga, but now Krisalis have 
taken the graphics a further step 
forward. 

The introduction animation is an 
actual cartoon. It tells the story of how 
the World Cup was taken by aliens 
and then spread, by accident, 
throughout the various countries. The 
animation, at times, is as smooth as 
anything you'd see an television, but 
sometimes it does slow down - that r s 


A zlip of Soccer Kid from the 

brHti ant introduction sequence, 
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down to the CD technology rather 
than the actual animation. 

As well as the introduction cartoon, 
there are several others which happen 
when something significant occurs. 
For example, short animations are pre- 
sented when you complete the level 
and when you eventually run out of 
lives. A fantastic end animation is also 
in there, but I've not been good 
enough to complete the whole game 
to see it HHHBH 







OPINION 


Soccer Kid is one of the Amiga's best platform games and 
the transition to CD has only enhanced the product even 
further. The graphics are beautiful, the sound is of 
the highest quality, but remember, just because the 
presentation aspects of the game are superb this 
doesn't mean that it plays well. Lucky for you then 
that Soccer Kid is capable of doing both tasks extremely 
well. 

The main character can do various tricks with the ball 
and although it'll take you a while to get the hang of all 
the moves via the joypad, it will at the end of the day 






become second nature to 
you. The only really bad 
point about Soccer Kid 
is that the difficulty 
level is set too high 
during the beginning 
5tages r but then again 
people are always com- 
plaining that platformers 
are too easy to complete 
anyway. 

If you're looking for an original 
platformer with bags of style and class that 'If give you 
hours of entertainment then I guess this is the essential 
CD32 purchase for the month. 


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to let your ears peruse over, tout if you 
don't like them you have, at least, got 
the option to turn them off, !n-game 
sound effects change depending on 
just where you are in the alien world 

If you find a lake you'll hear the 
sound of running water and the closer 
you get the louder it becomes. 
Prehistoric birds squawk in the distance 
and other alien animals growl at you, 
and although these creatures might 
not be anywhere near you, this gives 
you a certain amount of anxiety. 

The sound works well in Robinson's 
Requiem, but don't expect it to set 
your ears alight with grandiose musical 
scores. 


Before the adventure kicks off youTe treated to a short, but 
beautifully presented ray-traced animation of the crash-land- 
ing. This superbly crafted introduction sets the atmosphere for 
the forthcoming simulation and I was suitably impressed. 

Into the game and you have a choice of graphics mode. The 
detail level can be set between low and high and the screen 
size can be swapped between small and large. Obviously the 
game runs faster with a low-detailed small screen, but then 
you don't get high quality graphics. Users will have to fiddle 
around with the controls to 
find the best set-up for your 
machine. 

The icons on the side of the 
screen are nicely done and this 
makes the game look a bit 
more polished on the presenta- 
tion side. On the whoJe the 
graphics aren't too bad, but 
they suffer badly at times and 
appear "blocky" when objects 
on the screen get too close. 


Robinson's Requiem 


is a highly original RFG/ad venture ■ . 1 , a \ * 

and playing it is an entirely new gaming experience *• « . ^ T 

The major problem though is the fact that you must sac- 
rifice the quality of graphics so that the game runs at a V 
reasonable speed. This is a shame, but for users of higher- 
grade machines this won't be too much of an obstacle. 

Silmariis adventure is also one of the toughest games I've pfayed 
in ages and issues a challenge that'll have you playing it for ages Pansy games- 
players might want to steer clear, but adventure game veterans mrght want to 
check Robinson^ Requiem out. 


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positively pulsating, but now games 
houses are having trouble coming up 
with original products. Steering away 
'Torn dungeons, dragons, wizards and 
witches, SHmarHs, the creator of the Ishar 
series of adventures, has come up with a game 
billed as a survival simulation. 

Set many light years into the future, 
Robinson's Requiem tests your survival skills 
in an alieh world. Ihe game begins after the 
ship you've been travelling on crash lands 
You're equipped with a survival kit which is 


minimally packed with various medicines and 
tools. You've also got a micro-computer 
secured to your chest to keep you informed of 
your physiological condition, but apart from 
that if s up to you to stay ali ve. 

The aim of the game is self-preservation 
and to survive you must escape from the alien 
world Robinson s Requiem certainly looks, on 
the surface anyway, to be a highly original 
adventure, but first it has to survive System's 
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Back in our May issue, Simon the Sorceror gained 
acclaim marking il out as one of the best adventure 
titles available on the Amiga. Now it's available for the 
CD32 with the addition of a "full talkie soundtrack". 

The background story is very simple. Receiving a note 
from a wizard named Calypso, Simon becomes invoked in a *' v *> 
quest to deliver the land of Fleur Deli from the evil sorceror 
Sordid- 

Original, no ? Weil perhaps not, but from this unpromising start things become 
more engrossing as your travels through the land unfold increasingly tricky twists 
and turns. 

The appearance hasn't really changed, but Simon remains a visually appealing 
title. A range of fantastic characters and atmospheric settings are combined with rare 
attention to detail. 

Many adventures try to enliven the proceedings with a touch of humour, but the 
jokes all too often fall flat. Simon is an exception because, like the classic Monk*, 
Island, it actually is funny. 

This aspect of the game is greatly enhanced since the character of Simon is player; 
by Chris Barrie of Red Dwarf fame. Speech in games can be a gimmick but hearirc 
the sarcastic banter of characters in this version creates a fresh appeal. 

In fact, it is dear that a lot of work has gone into this area. When talking to •; 
character, you have a large enough choice of responses to give the illusion of re= 
control over a conversation. 

Considering that speech has been added, it's a shame they didn't add a great*; 
variety of music, because the tunes you're stuck with really begin to grate after a 
While. Still, this is more of a gripe than a serious complaint. 

Though light-hearted in approach, there's nothing easy about the puzzles in th-s 

game, Those strange folk 

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Simon the Sorceror was 
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Though its been around for some time now, this game is still considered by many 
as the beat-'em-up for the Amiga. Already superior to the poor conversion of 
Street Fighter II, Team 17 now offers the game at a bargain price. 

Graphics and animation are of a high standard though you'll be disappointed if 
you're expecting a gore-fest Fights take place against backdrops ranging from 
battleships to boxing rings. 

Kicks and punches are accompanied by suitably violent sounds and the music is 
passable. The digital speech on the other hand; is often Incomprehensible. 

There is a choice of ten 
fighters to pit against 
each other, most of them 


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possessing different styles 
of fighting and individual! 
special moves. 

Having said this, there 
isn't much difference 
between certain fighters 
apart from the clothes 
they're wearing. This 
fault might have been 
overcome if they'd intro- 
duced a few of the CD32 


version's extra characters. In addition to the two 
player and tournament modest a new Tag team 
option has been imported from the CO 3 2 version 
Two humans can play a tag team of up to ten 
members. v v *■ 

When a team member is defeated the next character 
enters and so on until all the team has fought. If a fighter wins he gains an extra 
energy bonus for use in the next fight. 

Another welcome addition h the option to install the game onto the 
hard-drive This should prove welcome as without it there's a lot of irritating disk- 
swapping. 

So many games in this genre have been released in the last few years that it s 

going to take something special to 
overcome that jaded feeling. 

Body Blows AG A doesn't pretend to 
offer much that is new, but it remains 
one of the best of its type on the 
Amiga. If you've managed to avoid 
overdosing on this sort of game so far, 
then at this price it's a 
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TUTORIAL 


Added 

The countdown has started to achieuing the 
final uideo production. CarM Whiteleg leads gou 
that little bit closer and shows gou how to 
start adding a few finishing touches 


O ast month we looked at scouting 
a location, identifying any 
potential problems ana 
preparing for the shoot. Tfus 
month I Jl concentrate on preparing the 
graphics and captions for when we come to 
putting the whole thing together and 
(briefly] covet the shoot (see hew outf- 
it's empossible fo advise you exactly how 
to shoot your project in the limited space 
available here, but if you go to your local 
fibrary oi bookshop you re bound to find 
several hooks which cover important details 
such as what equipment to use. how to light 
a scene, shot framing, how to get maximum 
coverage with a single camera, and lots of 
other essential technical details 

Before you switch on your Amiga, take 
out a good old-fashi Dried paper and pencil 
and prepare a plan erf action. Detjde exactly 
what kind of graphics you re going to need 
and make a fist of them. 

Then break down the information you 
need to convey mro understandable chunks 
- for instance, if you're preparing end credits 


group the technicians separately from the 
actors, giving everyone a role as appropriate 
Make sure you have all the information to 
hand before you start laying it out in your 
giaphcs. titling for even 3DJ program. If you 
have sketches and notes about what you 
wanr to achieve, you'll find it much easrer to 
produce your graphics. 

But which software should you use 7 Welf, 
this largely depends on the power erf your 
Amiga and how much you can afford to 
spend, in addition to personal taste. 

There are plenty of different programs 
which you could use. including paint 
uding/presentation, 3D and even DTP 
software, but most require specific minimum 
configurations and not all will wort: on some 
standard (i.e unexpended) Amigas 

The sfmplest software you could use would 
be a paint program such as Deluxe Paint 
Brilliance, OpaPPaim, TV Paint or Personal 
Paint though you won t easily be able to 
produce scrolling or rolling captions with 
such software 

On The other hand, jf you want bold titles 


(which might incrude an illustration or clip 
anl then a paint program is the way to go. 
Now many colours, and the resolution of 
the- image, depends on the type of Amiga 


you have and 1 the memory it has installed 
You'll have to play it by ear on this one 
and explore the limitations of your machine 
yourself, because i can't go into fine details 



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What 1 would like to do is dispense a few essential tips which 
you'll find helpful before, during and after the shoot. 

1 . Ensure you have enough new tape and spare batteries on hand to guarantee that 
you'll get as much footage as possible during the trme available for shooting. 

This isnt so important when it comes to "studro' -based productions (I use the term 
studio cautiously, because it's more fikeiy that you'll be using a school halt, or even you' 
own front room, than an actuaf studio] because you won't be as pressurised by the 
constraints of videoing a live event - be it a wedding, spans day or school pantomime - 
as you would be shooting performance-based material such as drama 

But rf you only have one chance of rapturing the moment then it would be foolish to 
run out of tape half-way through. So plan ahead, find out how many minutes of tape 
you're likely to need and then double it for safety. You can always use the spare tape 
later. 

2 . Go for the best quality tape you can afford On no account buy cheap tapes wjih 
unfamiliar brand names. Chances are they'll be poor quality and your whole production 
will iuffei Buy shoiter rapes fe.g. 60 minute ones| rather than 3 hour tapes because they 
will be easier to log and edit from. 

3 . Always white-balance the camera when you change camera position or when there 
are noticeable changes in lighong level or light sources. White-balancing is especially 
important when you move from artificial lo natural light, because there is usually a colour 
temperature diffe r ence m such situations. If you were to use the same setting m each 



Amiga Computing 


DECEMBER 1 994 









TUTOR I HI 


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here. Just remember that whenever you're 
producing graphics for video you should take 
care to use overscan resolutions to ensure 
that the entire TV screen- is completely 
covered, though this isn't always necessaiy if 
your graphics are oh a plain background and 
never reach the edges of the TV screen, 

Some paint programs also allow you to 
produce animations, and if you're clever you 
can use this facility to Rip between several 
pages of text or graphics to add a bit of fizz to 


your production, 

Most paint programs don't include many 
different fonts as standard, so I'd advise yc*u 
to buy a range of extra fonts (from either PD 
or commercial sources - there are plenty 



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coloured cast and look very strange indeed - and would certainly he very noticeable when 
she sequence is edited You may be able to make colour corrections later but everything you 
get right during the shoot will save you post-production ume fPost-production is the pro term 
for she editing and programme^ompletron process]. 


4 . Run the tape in record For at least fen seconds before actually starung a shot. There are 
several reasons for this, firstly, it lets the equipment get up to speed, secondly it gives the 
video edit decks time to synchronise and roN-up to speed before an edit takes place - 
providing the maximum possible accuracy - and thu r dfy, if you're doing a drama, it gives the 
actors time to compose themselves and for the director to shout "Acbon- 


5 * IF you have one of those cameras which can superimpose captions or time and date over 
the picture, make sure you have them turned off while you're shooting - unless there's a 
good reason to have them on. of course. 


6. Remember to take the lens cap offl This isn't as stupid as it seems and it happens to the 
best of us I confess to having a panic one day years ago when I was documenting a large 
sponsored brke ride from London to OxFord. 

Alexi Sayfe and the other guest luminaries were waiting to lead out the massed cyclists and 
! had to stop them while I tried to Find out why there was nothing but bfac k rn the viewfinder, 
Then some wag shouted across that it would be better if I took the Jens cap off! Talk about 
embarrassment. I never did rt again though 


7 . Write down as much relevant information about the happy couple, the actors and 
technicians and the location, date etc as you possibly can. You'll need thrs data to prepare the 
graphics and rt's easier to get rt at the time than to chase it up Hater. 


Graphical hints & tips 


1 » Don't use overly bright cofours as they will bleed when transferred to video. 


2, Keep it simple. Don't cram screens with information, Divide your graphics into easiiy- 
digestibfe chunks, and keep text targe or contrasty enough to be easify 
read from a dFstance. 


3. Remember to use palette Colour 0 for the background if 
you're going to be genlocfcing your graphics over 
video. 


4, Give the audience time to read the 
graphics A good rule of thumb is to be able 
to read everything twice and then move 
onto the next item 


5p Whenever possibre use hi-res 

interlaced screens fDbIPAL and other 

promoted AGA modes don't work wtth genlocks | but 

avoid doieFy-spaced, thin, high 

contrast horizontal lines because they'll 

flicker - even on video. 



6. Use as few colours as possible if your Amiga is short of 
memory - this way the Files writ be smaller 


about] to give you access to a wide range of 
typostyles. One point to note. Small fonts 
aren't too easy to read on screen, especially 
when gcnlocked. so avoid them wherever 
possible. 

A good ai*e of thumb is to step back from 
your Amiga and view ihe graphics from a 
normal TV viewing distance. If you cant read 
the graphics or test properly then they aren t 
going to work when transferred to video. 

Remember - If you can't draw for toffee 
you can stitl get in on the graphics act by 
buying commercially available dip art such as 
that produced by Artworks or other 
companies. 

The same viewing rules apply when using 
any other graphics software - including 
titling packages. There are a range of 
different wring packages available, from 
simple PD software |thaugh I've not seen any 
which are particularly good) through to 
commercial offerings like Broadcast Trtler 2. 
TVText Professional Montage. Media-Point, 
Scala HVT and the tap-end Scala MM3QQ. 

FRHBIE 

Regular readers should have been thrilled 
to obtain a Free copy of Alternative Image's 
Scroller 2 Software on a recent covendisk and 
this is also a precty good, if somewhat 
restricted, titling program 

Titling programs generally allow the 
Construction of ratling iscralllng) ana 
crawling text and sometimes other variations 
such as captrons and subtitles, and often 
have easy-tous.e features For adding drop 
Shadows, outlines and display styles to text 
as well as various wipes and other transitions 
Tor moving smoothly between one graphics 
screen and the next. 

My personal preference h For Seal? 

MM 300 as it is about the best tiding and 
presentation software you can get but if it is 
beyond your budget or your needs, go For a 
cut-down version such as State HVT or use 


Home video Part 5 



Scroller 2 instead. 

If you're feelrng really flash (and have 
the Amiga to prove i£J r why not do a 3D 
title screen or animation? Simple things 
like flying fogos may reem old hat in the 
high-flying world of corporate and 
broadcast television, but we're tafking 
here about stuff you can do at home. 

Ff you* Amiga isn't ouite so powerful rt's 
always possible that you could produce a 
sprffy static title screen with reflections 
and so on which could stiii wow your 
audience. 

There are several excellent 3D 
programs around, including Imagine, 
R!eal30 and lightwave 3D ; and most can 
load text and turn it into 3D objects, but 
you could also add other eTenents of your 
own making. All you need is some 
imagination, some perspiration and a FaY 
amount of ti me 

Next month I'll be wrapping it dir 
together with basic video editing and 
mixing so dnm'r miss out on the final 
showdown. 


Gary Wfifteley can b* e*i?iled it 
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DECEMBER 1994 


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Fn the first part f discussed the basic 
principles of creating an AmigaGuide 
document for use with MultiView, as weil as 
rhe more advanced techniques such as 
creatmg nodes, buttons and adding 
fomnatting commands to text 


in this, the last AmrgaGuide tutorial. J wirl 
be explaining how to assign Mu/nView 
functions to databases, extra text formatting 
commands and the abikty to load pictures 
and play sound samples from within your 



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AmigaGuide document 

first though, users of Wcrifoench 2.0 who 
are using the actual AmigaGuide program 
rather than MuitiView, and are following this 
tutorial, should bearrn mind that certain 
MuHiVtew commands do not seem to work in 
AmigaGuide, contrary to what the 
AmigaGuide documentation states. 

In my experience, word wrapping doesn't 
work and tern formatting commands such as 
[b|, fubf etc cause the Amiga to crash. The 
most annoying of these of course is word 
wrapping. 

My onJy suggestion .is that Workbench 2.0 
users write to the author of AmigaGuide and 
tell them to sort those bugs out. However, 
you may find that you have no problem^ in 
which rase you will be a We to fallow this 
tutorial with no problems. 

Fh^ r e is also a bug i'n Multi View which you 
may or may not be aware of. rf you have a 
word that has text formatting commands 



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attached to it, MultrVjew will not correctly 
word wrap it if it needs to be wrapped. 
Instead it is split across two tines arid Hie 
character where the split occurred 
disappears. The following is an example of 
the word wrapping bug in MultiView: 


Tkli is a Unt ol AiigiCuide 'ext ta duD'- 
[He uard ^ r a pp i nf bug. 

Let's suppose the word demonstrate was in 
bold \b\ and that MultiView happened to 
word wrap the document on that word. The 



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AmigaGuide syntax 


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P<b> ftfitibiit <mi»> trub> 

This comand must ilvtvf- it thi van? first l inf of (he UtWRrMgaGuideTKub} da 

MbHtfg highlight} Pautlior <nm*> KubWfg text} 

Specify the author of the database, 

KbH<fg highlight} 0(c) <copyright> KibHKfg text} 

The copyright notice for the database, 

NbHffg highlight} AUER: <fttisaDOS version strings ifobHKfg text) 

Used to specify the version of the database. This cemand mist aluavs be cn 

?(b> $naster <n»»> l<ub> 

Used to specify the source file for the database. 


■(Uftfl highlight} Sfanfc <nnie> <siie> SHubja-Cf g text} 
ipecify the fen! to 


use for a database, 


A 


Moil UHPV WAIT roMorl to Id W#tBH creating AmtgaGi/idii 
but you will woon find t^i*( Bd i* t*r too inotiotniato 


What follows js a furl listing of all the 
commands available for AmigaGuide, as 
well as a brief description of what each 
command does. Therefore, if you need to 
took up a particular command you only 
raced tocher k through this reference data 

Sdatabise <niiE> 

•Must always be the first line in an 
AmigaGuide document 

lauthdr < 11311 * 

The author of the database 

i l ■: :i 4cbpjfr1fllt> 

Copyright notice 

a*YES: ^fliigDQS resign string 

Used eq specify the version of the database 
iiasttr <nm> 

Spec-sfied the source file far the database 
it&nf <naiU* <iUt> 

Specjfy the font and srzeto be used in the 


database 

•index <n = rEi'rad«> 

Specify the name of the index node 
accessed by the Index button This can be ? 
node in an external database 

elp <na«/flod*> 

Specify the name of the help node 
accessed by the Help button. This can be a 
node in an external database 

avordurtp 

Turns word wrapping an 

shod? [Mill] 

Start a node 

Bdnndc <ngae> [fit L eI 

Start a dynamic node. The dynamic node- 
hosts are queried for the node data 

Irturk i ire* <rturl> 

AJIaws the user to add information that will 
be ignored by MuftiView 


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result would look fike this: 

This is a Uni <H iaiga^yide text to ftiDU 
tratf thfl HOrJ wrapping bu^ 

The only way amrnd Thu is to make sure that 
text formatted wc^ds are not forced TO word 
wrap Thu is obviously not an ideal solution 
but the only one. 

Bugs aside, Jet's lake a look at the extra 
commands MulbView provides m the boxout 
on adding cofour 
As mentioned earlier, ArmgaGuide 
documents are also capable of displaying 
images and playing sound effects Provided 
you haw The correct datatype, you can view 
any type of image and pJay any type of sound 


sample. The method of attaching pictures and 
sounds to an AmigaGurde is slightly different 
to the way in which finks are made You may 
imagine that the actual name and path of 
your picture or sound is treated in the same 
way as a node. 

Below is the syntax of attaching a picture 
to an AmrgaGuidc document with a 
demonstration below that 

at - A biitt&rr Link ^tiin] 

1 - C L 1 c k if fpr 3 pirtur*" Lint 
PHMMgt.trbik/itin) 

The /mam element has to be included in 
order to remove a presented picture you 
would need to diet on the Retrace button on 






The following commands can be used withrn 
a node 

atittt <tittfs 
The tjde for the node 

Stefi <flii £> 

Specify the name of the Contents node. This 
can be a node in an external database 

Spnw <ni*e> 

Specify the name of the node to go to when 
the Browse < button is pressed 

©next enamel " 

Specif the name of the node to go to when 
the Browse > button is pressed 

Ikflyuorib <kcyvQrds> 

Assign keywords to a node. Used when 
searching for a node 

il&n ? <ii it* 

Specify the font and sr^e to be used 

S\ ^ L abel> Link <ia<iand>} 

Indicates a textual link point. This can be 


anywhere in a line and n displayed as a 
button wrthin the text 

■ i <LahrU <pieturi> &r sound ifftct etc. 
Link hiin} 

Specifies a button to be finked to a picture, 
sound effect or any other datatype 

i 

itiLdnrif 
Ends a node 

The fallowing rs a list of formatting 
commands that can be applred to text 

a c h > 

Turns bold text on 
Stub} 

Turns bold text off 

am 

Turns italic text on 
?(ui) 

Turns italic text off 
iCu) 

Turns underline on 


Add colour to text 

Apart from the ability to change the style of text in your AmryaGuide document, you can 
also change the colour in which it is displayed. 

There are various commands to add cotour effects although many of them are similar 
in effect The text corounng commands are' 

i{1-: C h a r ig b e. th* Ic-r ground -zaLcur to 
thmgis th* baekjrcigpij colour to 


Colour can be: 


tilt 


s hi nr 


ihadflu 


fill 


fHLtut 


biskgrgumj 


highlight 



Using these commands you can present text in a more readable style, with important text 
highrighted for reference. 


the main Mufti View interface. You can afso 
appJy the above examples to sound effects - 
just insert the path and name of the file in 
the appropriate oosition in the command 
The last command is one which allows 
you to actually display AmigaGuide 
commands without them being interpreted 
by MulbView. In order to print a command, 
you srmply add a reverse slash character m 
fnont of the actual command. This character 
can be rotated directly to the left of the 
backspace key 

Below is an example of how you would 
write a command into an AmigaGuide 
document without it being processed by 
MuftMew- 

V B C " T hi $ ?s mu va-. you'd uriti a button' 
Lint lain) 

This basically ends our AmigaGuide tutorial 
There are a few extra commands which I have 


not covered but the ones I have explained are 
chose you will use most of all. 

The extra commands not deserrbed can 
be found m the AmigaGuide Syntax box 
where you wjII find #11 syntax formats for 
every command, pros a brief explanation, 


Amiga Guide Part 2 



a(sy} 

Turns underline off 
atfg <t jrpt> } 

Turns on foreground formatting types. 
See formatting types below 

a(bg <tjfp(>3 

Turns on background formatting types. 
See formatting types below 


# text 

# shine 

# shadow 

tnir 

# ftlltext 

# background 

# highlight 


Am?gaGuide commands can be displayed 
in a database by preceding the command 
with a reverse backslash character to the 
left of the backspace key See below 

mfftike command" link Main] 


inimiuum 

DECEMBER 1994 


Editing 

MultiView 

As well as adding your own buttons and 
Jinks you can also redefine the buttons 
provided by MultMcw. This means that 
you can create your own help 
AmigaGu^de documen t and attach ft to 
another, so when the user cPtcks on the 
Help button the new- database is loaded. 

The commands for re-directing me 
MultiView buttons are explained beiow: 

■i Tides 
ihtlp 
&prm 
in sit 

The parameter name allows you to 
actually assign that particular button to an 
individual AmigaGuide document. The 
node parameter specifies the node within 
that document. 

Ail of the above commands can be 
present inside previously defined nodes 
which makes them accessible to ail nodes 




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mentioned last month that ARexx had 
some functions especially designed ka 
trans-fernng data to, and retrieving data 
from., explicitly specified memory 


locations. 

The functions, called Exportjj, Import |J and 
Storage)), are all part of ARexxj built-in function 
library, with Exportf) copying data from an 
lopnonal) string to some previously allocated 
memory area using this type of calf : 


f[ address f (itf Mfl til] flpidll 


The length parameter .specifies the maximum 
number of characters to be copied, with the 
default value being the length of any supplied 
string, fn a case where the specified length is 
longer than che string, the remaining memory 
locations are filled with the pad character for 
nulls rf no pad is provided.! Export)! r ^tums a 
count representing the number of bytes 
transferred. 

The ImportfJ function goes the other way. It 
creates a string by copying a specified amount of 
data from a given four byte ifongwordl start 
address: 

slrifijl»liport(Bddmi # [Liii|tfcl) 

if the length field fs not provided then the copy 
terminates when a nuJI byte is found. 

The StoragefJ function has this son of 
parameter layout. 

return jia*. ^e = Staragt [[iiidf 4S&], [it hng],[ Length] 

H [p> j]T 

and WTth no arguments its return value is simply 
the amount of system memory currently 
available 

The acfdress argument, if given, must he a 
four byte string and Storagefl then copies data 
from the string eo the specified memory area. As 
with Export!), if the specified length is longer 
than the string then the remaining memory 
locations are filled With pad characters or nulls 
['DO'xJ. 

Note the two important differences Oecween 
the Export 1 1 and Storage;) functions. Firstly, 
Storage]] can be used to determine the amount 
of free memory jn the system - Export]] can noL 
Secondly 5tomge|| returns, as a string, the 
previous contents of the bytes whose contents 


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It is difficult to give a simple 
example of these functions but there 
is one use of Import|J thac you may 
find useful The exec library base 
pewnter (found at the fixed Fongword 
location 'DOOOOOD4 ! xJ is most often 
used as the entry point to the exec 
library |accraed as negative 
displacements called library vector 
Offset or LVQ values). 

It also has another use because 
positive offsets from thrs base take 
you into the ExecBase system 
structure which holds a mass of 
system variables, pointers to system 
lists and 50 on 

ExecBase does, fox instance, 
contain details of the vertical blanking and 
power supply frequencies being used by the 
machine and in fact, since version 3b there has 
been an E clock frequency Held called 
ex_ECI&rkFreguency which enables you to fell 
whether your code is running on an NTSC or 
PAL machine Typical values are 7 1 5909 for 
m -SC and 709379 for RAi 

In order to get the address of the exec library 
base we need to read the longword location 
beginning at 00000004 x - you'll often see this 
done using code such as: 

E 1 e [ E ij e - 1 ■ Po- r t ( 1 D0DD00D 4 1 X f 4 I 

This works but. to be honest, the code is a Httle 
misleadrng The confusion arises because the 
conventional name for the exec l< brary base is 
SysBase, not ExecBase ExetBase is the system 
structure holding the exec system information 


And /ml Id prove If wfrrfci 
hew'f (he script In «tlaii. r 

mentioned earlier. 

A value called AbsExecBase is, however, 
defined as the absolute value 4, that is, the 
address of the rongword memory location that 
contains the exec library pointer [iysBasel. 

Therefore if you want 10 be pedantic |in an 
Amiga system sense), then e better way of 
coding the previous example would be to use 
somethmg along these lines: 

JbtEi etliie* 1 [HlQMQEH 4 1 
ULOHG-4 

£yiBist=lipflrt(AbiEmBm,M-0ll6) 

It's a small point ! know, but gwen that 
Commodore/Amrga were Jund enough to define 
standard fibraiy base names, the least we can do 
is try to follow their conventions. 



Good structure 


Anyway, once SysBase is available the rest is easy - we just add the 
structure offset values to the SysBase variable and read the required 
number of bytes from the ExecBase structure. 

Again I'd /ecommend defining some "pseudo constants" to represent 
the number of bytes being read 


U0Y Tt= 1 

i* npriitnti 'gn,5ian^ h/tE r */ 

uim=* 

1 * nprisuiti 'unsippd t&ngvprd 1 *i 

As f W as the ExecEase structure offset rs concerned, here are the values of 
the three fields I 've mentioned: 

UBTTI 

I'EUMFiEiLEO = 'OCDOC212 ' i 

US YTE 

MIEMIPPLTeiigVWtt = '0ODDO3U r i 

VIOi'j 

EJ E(L0<[f«£PUE«f ^ 1 0C OOC ' > 


Other Held values are available from the RKM manuals or other sources. 


You can also calculate the values directly from the Amiga header file 
definitions:. 

The only fly in the eminent is that in order to add offsets to SysBase 
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ltsCiicBisf' 1 0MOM0* ’i 

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I Jm veryorre ar sorr*e time or othe? to 
| made a mistake while shooting which 
UK may well seem extremely obvi aui and 
embarrassing at the time but, in chc heat of 
taking a shot, slip ups and oversights can 
happen. Some range from pure absent- 
mindedness to the more subtJe and hafde* to 
trat* down variety. 

Wr>ac foFfows is a breakdown of problems 
tto in most cases can be solved with relative 
ease. Happy troubleshooting. 


Picture 

problems 



Lack of image Err, take the lens cap off 
maybe, power leads not plugged in; battery 
rundown,: switch the camcorder on All 
obvious but somer.mes overlooked on the spur 
□f the moment 

lad picture quality with ’’snowT-like 
speck i Dirty video heads that require a 
cleaning tape. If possible and affordable, far 
better to let a qualified engineer do them 

Grainy, muddy picture. Lack of sufficient 
light. 

Wobbly image Bad nerves or something 
more serious - a servo fault could have 
developed. Hunt out an engineer, 

Burn-out highlights Over-exposed patches 
where image is usually wnired out. Adjust iris 
manually (if your camcorder will let you) 

Auto white balance not operating Lack 
of ambient light, increase the lighting level to 
rectify. If shooting into brightly coloured 
scenes, the white balance may well be beyond 
its correction range Try a colour correction 
filter to impjuve the picture. 

Stationary lines or nwkj on picture. If a 
foreign body has found its way onto the lens, 
it'll usually move or rotate with any lens action. 
Get some photographic tissue and dean the 
lens carefully. If this doesn't remove it, there 
may wefl be damage to the sensor faceplate. 
Greenish hue to indoor shots Perhaps 
due to fluorescent Fighting. Use a violet filter to 
counter balance the interference. 

Auto-focus confused" or not working 
Auto- focus window may be dirty or your 
fingers are wandering in front of it, blocking its 
sensor. 

Drop-out and "snow" present on tape 

Either jape rs worn out or the recover needs 
to be booked in for servicing, 

Picture instability at edit points Check 
chat the VCR being used as the edit recorder 
has an insert edit or a backspace facility to ad 
smooth transitions. 


Growing 
pains* 

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Sound problems 


Excessive wind noise when outdoors: Put a foam- 
rubber shield around the mle and keep it JeesMe at your 
body or camcorder. If push comes to ihove r slap a woolly sock 
over the microphone or buy a professional windbag for best results. 

Lens motor whine/rigorous handring picked up on sound track: Moving the camera too 
much without care where your fingers are wandering can result in creaking and other 
such delights on the soundtrack. Motor noise can sometimes be picked up in quiet 
locations when the automatic gain control decides to kick in. 

B High background noise, low muffled sound; Clean audio heads. 

Oscillation or howling noise; When the recording microphone is placed too near a TV 
loudspeaker, a howling ' sound makes itself rather apparent Turn the TV sound down 
fully. 

Pilch change at edit points; One of the more annoying but sometimes inevitable parts 
of tape-totape editing. To minimise the effect, have professional servicing of both the 
camcorder and VCR. 



Operational problems 


Camcorder not working Battery flat; power 
unit not switched on or even plugged in; no 
tape present in mathme; dew condensation. 

Re wind/fast forward Inoperative Tape Is 
afready fully r wound or forwarded to tne end 
Battery short on power The Ejane of any 
location shooting - more obvious reason? 
include extessrve use of auto-focus, auto-zoom, 
scop/start controls. Battery may not he fully 
charged or has worn out Low ambient 
temperature; internal presets may need 
adjusting by an engineer 
tack of record function Check [hat the 
safely tab on the video cassette has not been 
removed. 


Camcorder turn* Itself off after onfy a few 
minutes on pause or stop Usually a design 
feature to conserve battery consumption. 


Compartment containing cassette will not 
open Power may have rundown, making it 
impossible to open the compartment on some 
machines In the worse case, machine may have 
eaten the tape and jammed the mechanism, 
Whatever the circumstances, never try and force 
the compartment open. 


Alternatively, may have run out oF power 

Unclear playback picture Recording was 
undediL out of focus or the lens needs a 
cleaning. 

Stopping in same place on cassette for no 

reason: Tape is damaged at that pamtufar 
pomt - throw ic in the bin 


Note of caution 

When you re using expensive equipment that is being lugged from one location to the next, it's only a 
matter or r;me before something decides to give out on you 
It may well be a hiccup as insignificant as dirty heads or a substantial problem such as the computer 
chips inside the camcorder deciding to take an unexpected permanent vacation. 

Whatever the occurrence, it is always vital to have insurance an any equipment you use no matter 
how well handled and looked after it is. Secondly, whenever possible, use an engineer to son out any 
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he massFve range of edit funeceons 
available on the average Amiga 
sequencer can seem pretty bewildering 
di times, hut four facilities stand head-and- 
shoulders above the rest when it comes to making 


life easy for the would-be musician. 

Transposition changing the key of either ail or 
part of a track, is one particular goodie' that comes 
to mind. If, for example, a piece at music contains a 
melody that is reused rater in different keys it's 
possible to paste in copies of the mefody |at 
appropriate positions) and transpose them as 
required. 

A lot of people use the key of C for all of their 
keyboard work and then transpose their songs up 
or down to the required key - it saves having to 
work out how to pfay things in different keys. (Most 
pieces of music are ha/der to play in some keys 
than others but the key of C is invariably the 
easiesti)- 


There are even valrd reasons for serious 
musJcians opting out rn this admittedly easy 
fashron Supposing, for instance, you are a trumpet 
player who rs interested only in creating backing 
tracks to play along with. 

You may decide that learning how to play a 
piano keyboard properly, especialfy since it's not 
really the instrument that interests you, is not 
feasible given the amount of time you have 
available. 

Suppose you want to play a bass line theme 
which contain! four evenly spaced, single beat 
duration notes per 4/4 bar. You pick a suitable 
tempo, set the sequencer recordi ng, and then play 


the bass notes. 

The chances are that although your timing 
might be reasonably accurate it waif not be one 
hundred percent perfect What you could do now 
is ask me sequencer to quantise | adjust' the timrng 
of\ the notes in the track so that they fall exactly on 
the divisions corresponding to the four heats in a 
4/4 bar. 

Now this is aN very well, but there is a snag. 
Simple quantising schemes which adjust ail notes 
to some user-defined time partition |4, 6. 3 notes 
pe- r bar etc| tend to make the music sound 
‘mechanical/ 

Over the last few years a lot of effort has gone 
into finding surta Die compromise schemes based on 
'partial quantisation.’ One option is to tidy up the 
notes a hit without making the timings perfect 

Another is to only quantize those notes which lie 
very near the hypothetical quantize dFviSaon lines. 
The result? Quantisation is nowadays both useful 
and effective! 

Ely adding program change events to the 


Simple 

solutions 


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sequences it is possible to get the synthesizer to 
automabcally select appropriate vtwee settings You 
might suspect that the easiest way to add a 
program change command to a sequence is to 
manuafly make the change whiie you are 
recording the track (most synthesizers would sense 
the change and automatically transmit a program 
change message]. 

TRICKY 

In practice this does work, Put it is usually easier 
to insert the program change messages after 
you've done The recording because trying to hit 
the sequence's record button, sheeting a voice, 
and begin playing |in iime| on the first heat of a 
song can be tnckyl 

The exact way that program change messages 
are added is, like most sequencer operations, 
invariably sequencer specific, although it is always 


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easy lo do Some sequencers just require a 
number to be inserted in the track Fist information, 
others wiN require the event to be inserted using 
an event editor - such things will always be well 
explained m the sequencer manual 

Most sequencers also allow their event editors 
to be used to insert program change commands at 
places other than the start of a track or sequence. 

Now you might be asking why one would want 
to insert a program change command into the 
middle, or possrbly the end, of a sequence. There 
are several reasons. 

Firstly, you might simply wish to change the 
synthesizer s voice settings half way through a 
song. Secondly, you may be controlling some 
other piece of equipment that is turned on when 
the song starts and is turned off just before the 
song ends (digital reverb units for example are 
usually program change controllable!- 



Re-channelling 


Another useful facility, which can be applied to either whole 
tracks or ranged parts of a sequence is the conversion of da la 
recorded on one Midi channel to a different Midi channel. 

This, not surprisingly, is called r«hanneiling. Imagine that a 
three track piano/violin/b^Sf song has been created using Midi 
channels S, 2 and 3 respectively but that the multl timbral 
synthesizer setting also has a spare channel [set lo MFsfi channel 
4] available but not in use. 

You might decide to make use of the extra channel/voice slot 
to include a second violin sound hoping to "thicken up ", J.e. 
harmonically enrich, the original violin sound. 

In the above example fhii would just involve copying the 
existing Midi channel 2 to a spare sequencer Crack and then re- 


channelling the new track so that all channel 2 events were 
converted to channel 4 events, 

If the two voices then sounded too similar to be 
distinguishable, some extra editing could he done - a small time 
delay (usually called a lime shift j could be added to one of the 
tracks or the second violin track could be transposed up or down 
an octave. 

Some sequencers will even Sec you add small random variations 
to the note timing so that the second track sounds more Nke a 
second musician trying to play in unison. 

This "sound layering" trick has been used in studios for years to 
improve weak sounding voices. Who knows. It might even lead to 
your own top twenty lift! 


DECEMBER 1994 

1 


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• • • • 



[onfused about 
ham a Ulidi 
sequencer can 
help gnu make 
better music? 
Paul Dueraa 
explains the 
purpose of four 
important 
sequence 
editing 
operations 













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I you don't have a dial up, like ^ Demon 
JJJJJ Account etc., rs mailing lists, These are 
a soft of extension of the conference rdea, 
whereby a list of messages are posted to your 
m aif box address, and contributions are mailed 
to a maii fist server which does all the posting. 

Waiting lists are fun, but usually up the level 
of traffic going into your maifbo* by an order of 
magnitude, and it's fairly common that new 
users of mailing lists unsubscribe after the first 
posting fo their mailbox. 

However, mailing fists can be fun, and to get 
you started here is a list of the mail.ng lists you 


can access. 

The protocol for marling Jists fs as follows: Vou 
normafly send a message to a list server at a 
subscription address fusuaNy different to the one 
to which you send contributions ro the fist) with 
the line. 


subscribe 


or similar and thereafter you get a load of mail 
every time you Jog on For example, to subscribe 
to the Lightwave fist you send a message 

smcrEbe tfghivm-t iiigicoipuE^ngltiirCfli- 
put ini . zu . j n 


and you're on. Many I is [servers carry mare than 
one fist, but a few only carry one, so on those 
systems you can omit the Lstname. The sysopi 
will pull you up if you go wrong 

The lists cover a number of diverse topics arid 
the chances are that you wiN be able to find a 
marlmg fist on most of the subjects you are 
interested in. The cmty requirement of the 
system is that you have a mailbox which is 
capabJe of being mailed from outside your 
system over the Internet, which means just 
about any system, up to and including 
CompuServe. 

The more obscure lists are detailed below: 


List Of Lists - The list of internet Waiting Lists 
tuntams a comprehensive jputnng it mildly] list 
of alt the mailing fists you can put yourself on. 
Put yourself on more than one of these and you 
could get anything up to a boot's worth of teat 
every day. To get a copy of the fist of lists, you 
can either FTP to: 

ftp.fiisG.sri.efli 

and look in the /netmfo/interest'g roups 
directory, or mail: 

hi l -se r* e rifi i is + i f L 

and in rhe body of the message leave the text: 

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You will then receive a copy of the biggest list 
[over 500 pages | of detaiJed instructions about 
mailing lists and most of the lists avaifable when 
the list was compried. 

Mailing List Search - To do a search through 
the various mailing lists, presumably to frnd a 
subject not covered in the fist of lists, you can 
use gopher to access: 

nitn.pjtE) 


Postman 



and look under internet Resources, Waif Uses 
There you witl find a search engine to navigate 
you through the various fist servers to frnd what 
you are looking for T 

Exploring Caves - The caving mailing Irst is for 
anyone who's happiest underground. The 
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c it t r s- r*q U t $ EJu l h 1 . y u . edn 
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El ji f J g □ n j ng - for ail of you who hate it 
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Paganism - ForaJI Net pagans, the pagan 
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Going 
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and [headdress for postings to the list is: 

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Film Music For discussion about film music 
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and The address for postings to the list fs: 

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earner awareness. It s based at the Camel 
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Arabia, of course. The subscription address fs: 

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and the address for postings to the Jist is: 

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Malcolm Lavery took this to hearr and has come up 
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The program, called 3D Meter, not only shows you 
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The program starts with the rule, then of course 
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(■20 

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Right. .Mow if you are doing any fatf-fopping, page- 
based artnwtiorvtype things you need to turn on 
Double Buffer, so lets do that next: 


Doubt* Bui ft? 

Airt^bl ck ] 

Btfb Update DM 

Liait I Gauss 19,0 Tg 40,5(10 

The Autoback and Bob Update Off commands control 
the rate at which the screen rs updated, Aulroback B 
means that the Autoback system is turned off and the 
graphics are drawn to the logical screen as fast as 
possible. Bob update off means that automatic, screen 
updates are turned df too 
Okay weYe ready to eock"n'roll liet the screen to 
screen 0 and set the starting mouse coords ■ 

kntn D 

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and also set a couple of variables, which control the 
colours of the bars in the meter 



3D Meters 


Now we are finally ready to call the 3D Display FROC: 
JUISPWTCMrWV5S,Ml 
add a little explanatory text, in ink colour O r 6 

ink 0,4 

Tfjct iin,Z40,*JUH SIZE PIETER CW BE MM«CEM«E 
MOUSE" 

Teil 15D,Z5G, H m EH ANY COlOWS,CLlC< HMJSE BUT- 
TONS" 

and then call the 3D Meter PBDC 

RC SC, f j XSIIE^TS I ,f«L, W0 LI 

Then you can copy the contents of screen 0 to L 
swap the screens, wait for a vertical blank and then 
add to the length of the bar wfth the .VALUE 
variable: 

ferten Eo^y G -o I 
Sireen Swap 
.hit ib i 
M JFALI(E,2 

Then we can end the loop. 

Eftd if 
Loop 

That's the main program to control the technique, but 
what about the PROCs? These are very simple and 
degant 


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Erd If 
End P r o c 


The values are passed to the PfiOCs by variables 
which means you can change the size, and the 
boxes a*e drawn to the correct srzes all the time as 
you go along: 



lilith the 
help of the 
hnomtedgeable. 
Phil South 
loohs at 30 
meters 


BCOL-4 

FCPL=? 

This bnnqs us to the loop. The first bit controls the 
cotourc of the bam in the meter using the mouse 
buttons, and the size of me box: 


D« 

ISI’£=I ier«n<M AnustF 
mit=> Sen*n(t,1 floutt:- 
[f (SIIE>* and KltM 
El louse 
FC0L=MW 
End If 

Ef Hous* Key =Z 
KtL*IUltf(l41 
End If 


Do it 
yourself 

See if you can write a program 
which automatic a Fly sensei the 
Size of a screen and produce! a 
3D meter on that screen in the 
right size. Or how about a meter 
with 3D edges Hut a rainbow 
bar up the middle? Or a verticar 
meter with ratings up the side? 
The possibilities are limited only 
by your Imagination, 


Procedure 

TP P • S PLAT [ 1 ,11 , Y1 PTfi , HE 1 GUT , ! .JUT ,_F [ UJ 

It T.JWT*. 

HILlGHT-5 

sw.wrf 

End If 
H JB_CUT =1 
MUCH! 1 ? 

SIMPGH-S 

End tt 

tut HiLliHT 

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ink SHPDDP 

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Pnu J+lfllTMtfiEIWIT Tu *,T+HEtEHT 
In. _ I ILL 

Jar t*l ,T»1 To !ty[p.H-t,T*HEt6HT-1 
End Pro. 


Amiga Computing 


DECEMBER 1994 


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stuff 

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Amos Column, Arn'gd 
Computing, Europe 
House, Adlington Park.. 
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