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Issue 93 December 1995 £4.50 Overseas prieg £4. $Q Hfi 20 



The i b xedlvn1 vnmmercia] duUibasc 
software Irorn SoftWood 


# A Backup v5 

* Virus Chackar 

• AutoStart - WBSlartup replacement 

• NtwModt - get control of your screens 

• Bangor Menu - Early startup menu 




Final Data 
& MainActor 

Two complete products 

_ Worth £70 




H*quir«* at i*a»f Z.04, i Mt> ram 


A fuify-registered version of this 
amazing animation package 


VAuttO 2.08 - most versatile of commotilies 
MuftiCXPrfcte - makes MCX easily adjuslable 
ASP - MUI Amiga System Scan program 
M IserPrtnit - make your paper go lurtTi&r 












The A1 2 00 finally 
makes it back 


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Thu Super XI Drive allows you to store 
J.5MH on a high density disk. 


IS SUPER XL DRIVE 


£129.95 


The XL Drive allows you to store ^ 
1 76M6 on a high density disk, 

1.76 XL DRIVE EXTERNAL £79.95 

1.76 XL DRIVE INTERNAL £75 

1.76 XL DRIVE A4D0Q £75 

PCS SOB EXT, POWER DRIVE . .£49.95 


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PCSB1 A5Q0 

PC8B2 A 2000 . , , 
PCSR3 A6 00/ 1200 


£35.95 

£35.95 



HEWLETT PACKARD 

1 GIGABYTE 3.5 SCSI £459 


MICRQPOLIS 

2 GIGABYTE 3-5 SCSI . , £659 

4 GIGABYTE 3.5 SCSI £1099 

9 gigabyte 3.5 SCSI £2199 

HITACHI 

340MB 2.5 IDE ,, £159 

SiOMB 2.$ mi £299 

aiOMB 2 5 IDE £599 

1 GIGABYTE 2.5 IDE . . £719 

OTHERS 

80MB 2.5 IDE £70 

120MB 2.5 IDE , .195 



External IDE hard d ish lor Die AS00 
comes romplere with an internal ROM 
switcher, and upgradable to 4MB RAM 


M-TEC AT 500 BARE £99 

M-TEC AT50Q 420MB £259 

M4MORY K h Q 1 ! i IRE 5 iD-Hifo 1 iM MS 



overdrive hd 


External PCMCIA 3.5" IDE hard disk 

OVERDRIVE BARE £99 

OVERDRIVE 420MB £259 



2 TO 4 GIGABYTE £659 

4 TO 8 GIGABYTE £899 

2 TO 4 CARTRIDGE DL90 £12 

4 TO 8 CARTRIDGE DL12Q ...£19.95 



T2B OPTICAL £479 

230MB OPTICAL £719 

1 .3 GIGABYTE OPTICAL ,£1999 

230MB OPTICAL DISK £29.95 

1.3 GIGABYTE DISK - £139,95 



SCSI case suitable far CD-ROM/HD/DAT 
and Optical drives. 


5.25' 1 SCSI or IDE CASE £79.95 

3 5" SCSI Of IDE CASE ..... £79.95 


Save 1.5MB on a standard floppy drive 
and 3MB when used in conjunction 
with the XL Drive 1.76. 

TLOPPY EXPANDER £10 



Disk Expander can add upto to 50% to 
your hard drive capacity and works 
with all drives Including SCSI. IDE. 
Floppies and even the RAM disk. Disk 
Expander works on any Amiga with 
any Kickitart. 

DISK EXPANDER £25 


new 


ZIP DRIVE 100MB SCSI £179.95 

100MB DISKETTE .£15.95 

ZIP DRIVE REQUIRES SQUIRREL St SI INTERFACE 



Backup to 520MB onto a 4hr VHS tape. 
Version 3 has new backup modes for 
Amiga's with a 68020 or higher CPU. 


VIDEO BACKUP SCART . £65 

VIDEO BACKUP PHONO .£60 

UPGRADE TO VERSION 3 £20 



SQUIRREL SCSI INTERFACE , . ,£59.95 

AURA £79.95 

MEGALOSOUND £29.95 

VIDEOMASTEft AGA £59.95 

VJDEOMASTER AGA RGB £99.95 

VIDEOMASTER ..£52.95 

VIDEOMASTER RGB £89,95 

COLOURMASTER ,£52.95 


PROMIDI INTERFACE ,£19.95 

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256 x 32 SIMM 72-PIN (1MB} . . . £40 
512 X 32 SIMM 72-PIN (2MB) , , . .£75 

1 X 32 SIMM (4MBJ .£139 

2 X 32 SIMM (BMB) £279 

4 X 32 SIMM (16MB) £449 

1X3 SIMM 1 32 PIN (1MB) , ., . . ,£30 
4X3 SIMM 32 PIN (4MB) ,.,.,£139 
1 X 4 STATIC COLUMN A3DC0 . . . £25 

1 X 4 DIP £25 

256 X 4 DIP * . £5 

i X 1 DIP £5 

CIA £12 

GARY £19 

PAULA £19 

DENISE £19 

5UPER DENISE £25 

KEYBOARD 1C . £12 

FAT AGNUS 1 MB £19 

FAT AGNUS 2 MB ... £29 

PRINTER CABLE £6 

R5232 CABLE £6 

SCSI EXTERNAL £15 

WORKBENCH 3,1 A500/200B . . . .£8S 
WORKBENCH 3.1 A 3000/4000 .. £95 

ROM SHARE DEVICE £19 

2.04 ROM CHIP £25 




MiUHi 


The award winning Power Scanner 
includes the following features' Scan 
In 24-bit at upto 2GQLJPI (all Amigas 
not jlust AGA)*, Scan in 2S6 greyscales 
at op to 400DPI (all Ami gas), Thru'port 
for printer connection, Fully supports 
AGA chipset. Display HAMR/24-bit 
images on a non AGA Amiga (via 
Image conversion!, full editing facilities 
Included. Works wlTh 2 (14 ROM or 
above, min tMB (recommend 2MR), 



POWER SCAN 4 B/W .... £89,95 
POWER SCAN 4 COLOUR £169.95 
OCR (a ought with scanner) £20 

OCR SOFTWARE £49.95 

POWER SCAN 4 S/W ONLY £20 
PC INTERFACE + COL S/W £49,95 
PC INTERFACE + B/W 5/W £39.95 



24-bit A4 flatbed scanners, l empiric 
with software, cables and manual * 

EPSON GT 3500 £579-95 

14 -irt, me row Tuscan sor^vwxe 

EPSON GT-B000 ..... £729.95 

24 BIT, INC .MV,F Fx HFV ! S SOFTWAIIt 

ADPRO SOFTWARE £149.95 

IMAGE FX 2.0 S/W £149.95 

"EPHW KAWutS 0 fft* O'Hl ynQttH 




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The tower comes 
complete with 6 x 
5 25" drive bays. 
5 x 3.5" drive 
bays, 7 X 2srro 
slots, 5 x PC slots, 
real lime clock 
and a 230 watt 
power supply. 


£349 


SCSI-2 controller card for the Amiga 
2000/4000 Upgradable to BMB RAM, 


Scan Doubler II ■; a full 24 bit aga Thfker 
fixer which automatically de-interlaces 
all AGA screen modes and scan doubles 
non-interlaced PAL/NTSC modes to allow 
VGA monitors to display them Supports 
VGA, S VGA and Multiscan monitors. 
Pixel sharp picture, even at 1440 
horizontal resolution and has a standard 
15-pin VGA type connector. Comes with 
composite vlden/5 VH5 outputs 


SCAN DOUBLER II . 


£399 


Connect a CD-ROM. Syquest and any 
IDE hd to your A2OOO/3OOQ/400O 
Comes complete with cable and vw 
ROM 2.04 or above. 


OCTOGfN 20QB . 


£129 TANDEM CD-DE 


169 


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wwi up if SOM Mi and allowing upto 
ISM of mr ranMiblF memory and a 
fON femf #sl cofiti'cller, The board 
fc* i •: * *-^U'fed with either 4MB i 
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^4XC ££040 [0MB RAM) . 
MOMfiSQ&O (0!MB RAM) . 

ivj : "aboard add , , . . 

4Mf (iVP ADD I, 


£699 

£329 

£139 

£159 



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- J - s .0?0 FC processor accelerator card for 
A50G and A500*-,, with an option to fit 
. ESfifil 0 i GSS82 tO-prCKHior (PLCC or 
3 GA). Thrs card can fit upto 4MB FAST 
a .AM and is fully auto configuring 

NOT COMPATIBLE WSTH GVP HMD DRIVE 

4500 SB 02d EC OM B ft AM . £99.95 

A SCO &9G2Q EC 4MB RAM . £239,95 



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A hHtifaO accelerator board for the A2000 
running at 5 DM Hz and dll owing upto 
128 MB ol u ser Snsta liable memory and a 
SCSI-ir hard disk controller 

A20DD 6&D4D (0MB RAM) . . . £TB A 
A? COO 68Q6Q (0MB RAM) . £TB A 

4M8 STANDARD ADD £139 

4MH GVH ADD .£159 



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Official GVP RAM SIMMs, 


4MB GVP RAM 

£159 

16MB GVP RAM 

. £549 



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gvp hc-8 scsi 


SCSI hard card which can fit SMB of 
RAM on-board, 


SMEZi 

Award winning Amiga Genlock 

G-LOCK AMIGA GENLOCK 
DSS-8 SOUND SAMPLER , 



Zorro II car 
additional s 
and con 
and RS232 



increase your A mega 500/2000 chip HAM to 
a total of 2MB MegaChip does this by 
using Its own 2MB RAM and also now 
includes a 2MB Fat Agnus No soldering is 
required. 

MEGACHIP RAM . , , , , r r r £159.95 


£15 


A 2MB RAM board for the A5&0 which fits 
in the trap door slot, 

ASM 2MB RAM £90 

MEMORY CARDS 

512K RAM WITH CLOCK . . . .£24.95 
S12K RAM WITHOUT CLOCK .£19,95 

A600 1MB RAM , , . £39,95 

A500+ 1MB RAM ,£29.95 



Mac and PC emulators tor the Amiga, 
EMPLANT MAC BASIC ..£239.95 

BASIC MAC tuvt ATOn 

EMPLANT MAC OPTION A , .£279,95 

C UAL SERIAL PORT AND APPLETALK 

IMPLANT MAC option 3 . .£279.95 

mi 'jpFED scsi lurehFAtr 

EMPLANT MAC DELUXE . . .1399,95 

INCLUDES OPTION A AND U 

ES&S DX MODULE , , £09,95 

FC EMULATOR MODULE 



glidepc 


mtuhive cursor control at your finger 
lips replaces the mouse or trackball 
and Tap" for an Instant selection. 


ALPS GLIDEPOINT 


£59.95 





power tab l 



rs or tOAtroNfcd graphic 
cables and softwanj. 

IR TABLET 12 X 12 .£195. 95 

!L PFN. 07R50R AND PQWTR T*n S/W 


ACEIX vi2 BiS 14.4 NnunTAPraowof' 1 39 
X LINK TRUE V14 PURR! APPROVED £2 2 9. 9 5 
TRAPFAX MODEM SOFTWARE . . £49 

ALL MUUrML Nl lUIJt SOFTWARE AND CA0LE5 



MOOVITK 14^5 14“ £289 

EPSON STYLUS INC PAPER £489 

LPSON SI YLUS RHU XL AJ» ,,£ 1 499 

5 PEON ST YLU 5YPRO XUNCLUDE STUDIO n SOFTWARE 

STUDIO II SOFTWARE £49.95 



PICASSO II 2MB RAM £249.95 

S< . |J J Nti rv PAINT IN II 

J iCAS50 II 2M8 RAM £399,95 

NUUDlHG TV PAINT 1 

C v BERVlSlON 64 £329.95 

iA-in jP.APhlCi ENGINE, INCLUDES JMU 

VIDEO DAC £25 

' I .IT GRAPHICS ADAPTOR 

MXIGEN 3 , . . , £299.95 

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The essential guide to Amiga gaming 


System On-line 

Despire the tad <r of reviews this month. System takes 
a look on the bright side wih the forthcoming releases 


90 



Hints and tips 

Andy Maddock gives you some handy hints on 
that popular adventurer game. Police Quest 2 



Preview; Cricket *9S 

Audiogemc s sequel to Graham Gooch s Cricket s$ or its way 


Game Reuiews 


Fears 


100 


Preview; Pole Position 96 

Experience Ft racing from a new angle 
in AscOR's management offering 


Competition 

Win yourself a CD3P and copies 
of Giuom courtesy of Guildhall 


Preview; Tracksuit Manager 

Will Alternative's latest football management 
s< m conquer Championship Manager 27 


Preview: Team 

Football crazy, football mad. Andy Maddock checks out this new 


Feature: New Wave Wonders 

Tina Hacked meets the team behind Spetis Legacy, Binary Emotions 


Hqiieuis 

Final lilrrter 71 

Sen Vosl picks up thg newest release of 
this word processor cum DTP package 


laser Guidance 36 

Neil Mohr takes over our regular 
CD-ROM roundup hotseat 



Hiller biamo El 


F alton DID 


Neil Mohr 


checks out 
the 

wor id's 
first 8804 Q 
accelerator for 

the At 200 


Paut Austin looks at the Reno 
portable CD-ROM drive 



Heal 30 Ub 82 

Gary Whrteiey Rax an m-depth look at the 
ateslmrsiond she splendid 3D modeling 

and rendering 

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miga 


Gareth tollhouse makes two visits to professional organisations 
who are making use of the Amiga's capabilities 


ElIS 

Another year, another ECTS. this time with 
some good news for Amiga g&mespfayers 

Hgpernauts 



Ben Vosl has a sneak preview ot Foundation Imaging's 
latest TV show, scheduled for launch this year 



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Piracg Report BE 

Gareth Lofshouse goes behind 
f he scenes at FAST 



fl*t F renag EE 

Phil South rounds up five of the 
best dot matrix, inkjet and laser 
printers currently doing the rounds 

OS Oueruietu 



Frank Nord compares Windows 95 with the 
Mac's System 7 and our Workbench 3. 1 





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The full registered version of the most feature filled animation 
package for the Amiga. 

With the lastest version of our favourite commodity MultiCX 
along with MultiCXPrefs, ASP and MiserPrint, 


Reguihhs 


Dews g 

atest news as it happens, reported by Gareth Lotthouse 

LommEni ig 

* v - ■ 'J Witfe Lies Gareth Lotthouse debunks the myth of foe WWW 

115 Dehis 16 

A f up-to-date news from across the pond from Denny Atkin 

Disk Offeh mm bi 

. ■ rade to the latest version of Final Data as on our CoverDisk 


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EZRA wonders if rfiere wWbe a letter worthy of a £50 prize 

fltflS ts 

sods out a, 1 / those niggling Amiga problems 

Pliant Sector ib 

Dave Cusick gives his alt in his monthly shareware roundup 



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Paul Qveraa demonstrates how to identity characters of a trie 

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Ptiui Gveraa gives us an ARexfc-callabhe ASL file requester 

Comms 

PhH South presents readers with a bookmark list ol Amiga-related sires 

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P 1 " 1 South becomes Defender Man in his monthly Amos column 

Publishing 

Bitmap di part and how to get the most from it 

IDusic 

PaU CXeraa details how to get the most Inom your sequencer 

UldPG 

Ci' ■ • ‘ ".e ey examines the different sorts of fonts for video titiir 


AMIGA 

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Problem fe and h aw to deal 
with them 



IDG Medial flying (ogo hits the 
spotlight with Paul Austin 


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Sieve White shows how to 
create good backdrops 





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■ - t ‘ki ndi Clock Cartridge will enable 
A,ri| i- J ^ Continually store the correct time and rtate In its 


osttei y backed memory. 

Simply plugs onto the back of me Amiga and c&es not invalidate 
the warranty, 

Cot7}patibte wttf\ ALL .An^gas. 


ONLY £19.91 

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^ I 200 trapdoor fitting memory expansions feature 

a Uattcry backed dock and a socket for an accelerator 
FPU, 


A600 MEMORY EXPANSIONS 
1MB WITHOUT CLOCK £34 99 
1MB WITH CLOCK e39.M 




2m b £114.99 
4mb £174.99 
8 mb £284 


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TK’ce hard dnves simply wsh onto the side of die AKKJ or 
A500+ and Mill few your computer ail the benefits the: hard 
rtnves after. The drives are supplied formatted, p^taied 
and have Workbench irrs-ta led^or immediate use 
fut 1 instructions and software supplied, 

Tti# hard dive also has the facility to add 2, 4, 6 or Smb of 
RAM reside It 


A500 170mb HARD DRIVE ilS9 «, 
ASOO 425 mb HARD DRIVE £229.ag 


Additional RAM for the hard drive £09.9 p*r 2mti 





Anti Virus Professional is the most powerful tool 
for detecting an d removing viruses. Antr Virus pro 
will -c heefc and device hard drives, floppy disks 
and even CD ROM drives for viruses. Very 
straight forward to use. includes a full 50 
page manual. 


Dai&%Br is a 16 bit SCSI l| controMer card that converts the big 
nals or: the internal IDE interface to also run SCSI devices at the 
same time as the IDE hard drive. 

The Data flyer SCSN- will operate unto 5 SCSI devices 
■jjf:l SS CD-ROMS ^ hsTirrl drives, SyQuest refiioveable 
drives . taoe back up drives etc . 

Unlike oflw SCSI Interfaces, the Dataflyor SC34+ is 
compattite wim alt known accelerators etc and ft 
does not stop jw from utilising any of Uib impor- 
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TR& Dataflyar SCSI* easily lusirtfls into the 
A12Q0 ; simply pushes «n, no nwd to fomovt? the 
metal shield; and provides a 25 way Lf oofinec- 
tor through the Wanking plate at the back of (he 
A120D. Full instructions anti software supplied. 


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ANTIVIRUS 

PROFESSIONAL £39.99 

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Hi^i speed 3.5 Quantum SCSI hard drives with or with 
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420mLf 214.04 
S40mb £239.>t 
SSOmb £234.49 

INTERNAL VERSIONS 
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Disco+pgy ine ultimate in disk copying pcfrver for the 
Amiga. The package comprises the DiscoJogy oftfe, 
™miai arm Dlseotqgy cartridge for making copies of 
heavily protected programs with an external mk 
crive. Discology will also format disks, check disks 
for errors etc. 


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External cases with m built 
pofiwer supplies arid cooling fans for 3.5' 
hard drives and CD ROM drives. 


3.5‘ HARD DRIVE CASE «54 re 
CD ROM DRIVE CASE £59 re 


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Imb £39.99 
2mb £77.99 
4mb £129.99 
8mb £239.99 


Bring your Amiga into us for fitting for ONLY £lfl 0 0 


‘/2 pm simms suitable for 
Apnilo accelerators, A4UOO, 
A120Q memory expansions etc. 


WORKBENCH 3.1 

for A 5 00/1500/2 000 only 1 89.** 

for A12 00/3000/4000 only £99 .as 


33mliz 68582 FPU (picc) £49.1 
40mNz 68882 FPU {plccj 69 M 
SOmhz 68882 FPU (PGA) t79.n 

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* MNP 24 Error Correction 

* MNP 5 Data Compression. 

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5PEEDCOM+B 

(14,400 V32bis) £94.9 
SPEEDCOM+BF 

(28,800 V34) £174.99 


Our hign speed 2.5 IDE hard 
drives for the Amiga A12DQ 
& A6GQ computers some 
complete willi fitting caWs, 
screws partitioning soft- 
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12 mDfiEhs guarantee. 

Ail drives supplied by us 
are formatted, partitioned and 
Hfiench (WB2 for The A600 
for the A 1200 1 Installed for 
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170mb £119. S 
250mb £139.! 
340mb £184.! 
540mb £284.! 


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Double speed CD ROM DRIVE oumptete with 
power bupply, SCSI cables, docking station and 
lull instructions. Also includes stereo heEKi- 
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Tno of the range external CO 
ROM tfrlw. Suitable for use will! 
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the Dataftver 5CSI+ 


AIWA AC D 300 
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WITH SQUIRREL £209.99 
WITH DATAFLYER £209.00 



Amazing power for such a low 
price. This superb accelera- 
tor uses a 68020 running at 
2Bhz ard comes complete 
with a 6SS82 FPU to 
enable ymir A1200 to run 
9t E MIPS (million 
instr uctions per sec- 
ondH Uses standee 
72 pin SIMMS and 
includes a battery backed 
clock. 

Sample bsptloor tiffing. 



APOLLO 1220 
ONLY £99.99 

APOLLO 1220 
+lmb £139.99 

APOLLO 1220 
+4mb £229.99 



Supod] ligti quality, low cost 
Chinon eitemaJ SCSI CD ROM 
tfnve in a top quality fan. caroled 
■ case o* available as an Internal 
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An increcibly powerful trapdom fitting 
accelerator based around a 68030 com 
plete with MMU, 2 SIMM sockets {12 
RIM SIMMS!, socket for a floating point 
unit SHid battery bached chock. Runs at 
just under 9.5 MIPS I'rnilllon instruc- 
tions per second)! 


CHINON CDS435 

INTERNAL £79.99 
EXTERNAL £109.99 
EXTERNAL WITH 
SQUIRREL £154.99 


APOLLO 1222/50 £199,99 
4mb SIMM £129.99 
8mb SIMM £239.99 
68882 FPU £6 1.99 


Amazing value Quad spt>ca external SCSI CO ROM drive 
n 3 top quality enclosure. 


QUAD SPEED 
INTERNAL £184.99 
EXTERNAL £214.99 
EXTERNAL WITH 
SQUIRREL £259.99 


Amazing trapdoor fitting unrt that features a memory expansion, FPU 
socket. bane*y backed clock and an autobootlrig SCSI Interface, fakes a 
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T lmge will be back on sale in UK 
~ . toe time you read this piece, 
- 3 ~ . r id compete with PCs and 
■ ‘ - ■ : n trie all -important lead-up lo 
Srsnas, The first A 1200 to be produced 
t mode re’s demise 18 months 
rp: pfi the production Sine at the 

Technologies raciory in Bordeaux 
yi * i September 

. • - - Smith, Amiga Technologies UK 
: Manager, confirmed the rumour 
?: ned last month that SDL and 
_t : /-soft wilt be disiribufing I he two new 
- - -.a bundles, "SDL are long-time 
. - --sre of Commodore, very professional 
i-'3 very well respected , n he told Amiga 
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demise of ZCL recently so we needed a 
replacement and we think Leisuresoft 
offers a lot of expertise and dynamism/ 1 
Smith was confident that Amigas will 
have a strong high street presence 
before ChnsSmas, announcing that 
Tandy has already agreed to stock 
the A 1200 in 130 stores and I hat 
another chain may be 
on the verge of making 
a commitment. 

He has also said 
that firms like Game, 
HMV and Virgin will 
probabfy be reached 
through SDL and 
Leisuresoft, though 


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there will be ho direct relationship between 
them and Amiga Technologies. 

Silica, SOL'S retail arm, hope to boost 
sales of the pack with the announcement 
of an additional ‘Chaos' software pack that 
will come with the standard bundle at no 
extra cost. The games included wifi be 
Chaos Engine, Syndicate, Pinball 
Fantasies and Nick Faldo Championship 
Golf, ff s envisaged that while none of 
these titles are new, I hey will make the 
bundle more attractive to gamep layers in 
particular. 

As Chnsimas approaches, SHica will be 
releasing several A120Q peripherals, 
including the Armtek Swift range of PAM 
hoards and a Mkrrospeed trackball. 


Plans for US 


ntermation for our American readers from Amiga 
T echnologios is still sparse, but Gilles Bourdin, I ho 
company PR manager, was able lo make a 
few key revelations about their US strategy 
to Amiga Computing, 

Bourdin confirmed I ha l there were no 
plans to export the A1200 to America, 
explaining: "We don't think there’s enough 
demand But there is still definitely a good 
market for the 400€T. rt 

The 40Q0T will cost between S26QD-28Q0 
tor the 04 D version, $ays Bourdin, which will 
make it cheaper than its UK equivalent. At 
toe lime of writing, it is in production and due 
io go on sale in America mid-October. Bourdin also 


revealed that the American 4000Ts will come with the 
same 'Magic Pack' software bundle reviewed in this 
issue, except they will also Include Scale 
MM 300. This is good news since UK MD 
Anderson previously expressed doubts that 
his bundle would ship to America as well. 

There is no news yet of a distributor or 
partner for Amiga Technologies in toe US, 
though the company is still looking to m ake 
a deal with another party, Information on ihe 
number of 4000Ts allocated to America wa$ 
also unavailable. 

Needless to say, well bring our 
American readers more news as soon as 
it becomes available. 



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llo stand at ([IS 


The ECTS, Europe's Computer 
Trade Show, attracted a total of 
10,359 visitors and 114 exhibitors, 
hut enthusiasts hoping to see a 
stand sel up by Amiga 
Technofogies were disappointed. 
Though the company's UK team 
attended, :MD Jonathan Anderson 
claimed it was not the nght time lo 
take an official presence at the 
show. He did say, however, that 
they plan to be at toe Spring ECTS 
Fortunately, LeisuresoH had the 
new A 1200 magic pack on display, 
giving trade its first general viewing 


of the bundle in the UK. Amigas. 
though scarce at the show, were 
displaying games on some other 
developers’ stands as well. 

On a different note, despite toe 
fact that the show was perceived 
as a success, it seems not everyone 
was pleased with the technological 
developments on display. 

A si range note was found in 
circulation from the Society Against 
Computers in which Ihe New York- 
based group claimed that computer 
technology is out of control. 

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year, more than ever before, there 
will be a massive push by giant 
corporations to sell their products 
lo the domestic market, lo got 
computers firmly established in our 
homes. Their goal is to make us all 
dependent on these machines.,, 
somebody must make a stand 
now." 

For a full guide lo toe industry's 
world domination antics at Ehe 
ECTS, read our full report in this 
issue On page 30. 


Amiga deuGloper 
disappears 

The Amiga may be back, but yet another 
supporter of She platform has disappeared 
forever. Rasputin, (he game developers 
that made Base Jumpers and Charlie J 
Cool, stopped trading at the end of July 
according lo fhe firm Tri-Logic who were 
using them as publishers. 

Rasputin is toe latest Amiga company 
to vanish after ZCL, the distribution and 
retail giant, collapsed this summer. Amor, 
makers of the wordprocessor called 
Pro! ext, also went bankrupt last month. 
However, the staff of Rasputin have been 
taken on by Soundscape Multimedia, 
including Rasputin MD, Mark Stevenson, 
Whether toe team will publish Tri-logic's 
Limbo of the losi game, previewed in this 
magazine earlier this year, is now unclear. 

According to Limbo's designer, Steve 
Boviis, Rasputin's failure lo publish their 
game puts it in breach of contract. 
Soundscape Multimedia may take ihe 
project up, but no new contracts have 
been signed yel and Tri-logic have already 
approached Ocean and Mrndscape to 
offer them the game. Any other parties 
interested in publishing Ihe fifio am inviled + 
to call Steve Bo vis on 01622 G 77 ISO or 
Tim Croucher on Q973 512657. 

Mark Stevenson was unable lo clarify 
what had happened to Rasputin at the time 
of -going to press, I hough hp confirmed he 
rs worki ng for Soundscape Multimedia 


Amiga Computing 


DECEMBER 1995 





Hews briefs 


Amiga recruitment 

As one Amiga company disappears, 
another is bom, intersect Developments 
aro a brand new development team for the 
Amiga that is promising great things lor 
the platform, including games that will 
push its AGA capabilities to (he limit. 

First up from the company comes 
Atrophy, a new shooter due for release in 
a month s time, but there aro other games 
already in the pipeline, As a consequence, 
the company is now looking to recruit 
graphic artists, particularly those. 

Those interested in applying should call 
Frank Tout on 01803 690174. 

Cuing ante, going twite... 

The earnest known computer goes on sale 
al Christies lhi$ October and is expected 
to fetch 3 staggering £50,000, invented by 
Caen bridge maths professor, Charles 
Cabbage, it never got past development 
stage because of a dispute over payment 
with his engineer His bad lock continued, 
because although he started on anolher 
version this also was never finished. 

Animation firsts 

The UK's first annual animation directory 
is set to see ihe hght of day via Venue 
Publishing, 

Titled Animation UK, it will contain 
del ail 5 on the those who make it happen, 
whether individuals or targe production 
hOLisns. through alt stages of production 
Targeted mainly at advertising agencies, 
commissioning editors and funding bodies, 
the directory witl promote all aspects of 
animation, Jt wilt be priced at £10. Venue 
Publishing can be contacted on 0117 942 
9491 . 


Arena for animators 


For all those artistic Amiga users out there, another outlet for the creative urge comes in 
the form of the Multimedia 8 it. Movie competition scheduled for 4-8 April 1996 For the 
last few years Bit. Movie has been giving animators and designers a forum in which to 

explore the new ideas, techniques and narrative forms rising from the digilal images 
created using computers. 

The competition takes place in Ricci one, Italy, each year, but it atlracts entrants trom 
countries all oround Ihe world. In previous years, Amiga users have been winners or 
runners up, so if you've been working on an animation it's worth sending oft. 

There is also a poster image competition for which entrants are invited to send in 
images. The deadline for this is IS November 1995, and you should take into account 
iriai customs delays could hold up your submission by up la two week$ 

Work should be sent lo BIT MOVIE '96, Via Bergamo, 2-47036 Ricdone. For more 
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Birthday celebrations for Soft-logih 


SoltLogik Publishing, better known to Amiga owners 
as (he company behind the powerful DTP program 
PageStream, are currently celebrating their tenth 
anniversary. Page Stream has somewhat ted ihe 
way (or DTP packages, so much &o that a new 
version is in development for Macintosh and 
Windows Amiga owners can look forward to a 
new Amiga version which is planned for neat year, 
Doran Kazmater, SottLogik president commented: 
"PageS he am has become ihe number one Amiga 
and Alan DTP program by being the bc?>t program 
available The Macintosh and Windows markets 
have enirencbed markei leadens, bui our extensive 
experience as a pioneer In the DTP field will help 


us succeed where recent Mac DTP newcomers 
have failed," 

And for our American cousins.,. — SoflLogik 
have announced that they have cut Ihe price of 
their upgrade for PageStream3, Previously, the 
price for upgrades was $135 which has now been 
cut to $95, For those on a budget, however, they 
will be able to purchase a cut-down version for 
$60. This will omrl I ha Panlone colour libraries and 
the printed manual. However, PageSlream 3 
includes a comprehensive help system, so is easy 
to use without a manual. Softlogik have taken 
these steps because they believe in increasing 
PageStroamS s user-base so that they can continue 


development of this program. 

They are taking this stilt further by cutting the 
price of ihe North American version of the current 
version of Wordwprlh. Their direct price lor owners 
of other Softlogik programs has been lowered 
from $120 to S99. and the new suggested retail 
price reduced from Si 35 to S1 10. Top seller 
Organizer has also been cut to $95. 

SoffLogik are also offering loyal American readers 
a special deal lor Wordworth 3.1 . If you get ingnds 
to buy the package they will only have id pay a 
reduced price and you will get $20 back off your 
next purchase from Softlogik. A similar deal 
appli es with Page Stream 3. 


Editor's choice 


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Another Amiga product From America comes in the form ol Phantom Development's 
Digital Quill. According to its makers, it's a fully-featured (ext editor designed to meet 
every text processing need with 'grace and ease'. Quill will put editing (unctions at the 
users command with a user-definable Keystroke, Menu, or SpeedButton The designers 
say Ihe program will be equally useful for working on book reports for the classroom as 
well as tor writing C and Assembly language programs. 

Several delault macros are included which support many popular compiler environments 
such as SAS/C, DICE, and BenchMark Modula 2. It will include a wide range ot features 
including user-definable icons, menus, a style guide-compliant GUI. AREXX support, 
Auto-Indent for programmers and online help. 

"Quill is not only brand new in the sense of it being a new product,' the developers 
said, ”but il also brings a brand new attilude to text editors, and applications in general, 
to the Amiga. Quill is a user-centered design, that is to say it was designed from the 
Stan with a high degree of usability in mind, to provide a ground work lhat is comfort- 
able and easy to use, while at the same time being fast and powerful* 

Digital Quill is priced at S59.S5 in the US but it should be available with international 
Amiga software dealers soon. Contact Phantom Development LLC. P.O. Box 572 
Plant&vilie, CT 06479. 


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With tales of woe for many Amiga-dedicated 
companies, it $ good lo heor thal Won dor 
Computers, one of North America's largest 
Amiga-only companies, have just expanded. 
Wonder Computers, Inc. noi only expanded 
their corporate headquarters and added a 
new multimedia dealership, bui have also 
formed Lazarus Engineering, a development 
arm dedicated id the creation and refinement 
of Amiga products. 

WCi's new headquarters keeps them 
based in Ottawa, but creates 3,000 extra 
square feet for the expanding adminislfative 
office needs of the company. The former HG 
will continue to be used as a retail oullel, wrth 
larger floor space, more storage, and a full* 
time Amiga lab for classroom activities run by 
WCi's Information Technologies division. 

Coming oft the heels of a successful show 
at Ami JAM ’95 in Western Canada, Wonder 
Computer have opened their filth Amiga 
dealership in Vancouver, British Columbia. 

With the addifion of the Vancouver store, 
Wonder Computers occupies 13,000 square 
feet of Amiga- only business nationwide. In 
order to meel Ihe demands of the global 
Amiga marketplace. Wonder Computers 
decided lo add a new product development 
division to Ihe learn on the form of Lazarus 
Engineering. 

In addition to original, in-house pro|ects t 
Lazarus are hard at work revamping and 
Improving Ihe product line WCi purchased 
from New Horizons Soil ware Iasi spring. 
According to Wonder, popular packages such 
as Flow, Quick Write, and DesignWorks are 
being brought up to the standards of the 
latest Amiga operating system as well as 
improved to compete In today's marketplace 

“Under the ministrations of Amiga 
Technologies, the Amiga marketplace has a 
changing face," Ihe company's Promotional 
Director Jason Compton claimed. Wonder 
Computers, Inc. is taking the steps necessary 
to ensure that Amiga users worldwide are 
prepared for |ho future and are supported in 
their needs today. 

For more details e-mail: Mark Hablnski, 
Presideni and CEO at markup wonder ,ca, or 
Jason Compton, Promotional at 
pcompion-S wonder. ca. 


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The UK's favourite home computer is back! Amiga Technologies, 
a brand new UK company have launched the Amiga 12DC with a 
stunning array of software in (he AMIGA MAGIC pack. And, to 
make a great pack even better, every Amiga 1200 Magic Pack 
from Silica (at Ihe advertised price), comes with a FREE j 
Chaos software pack - see below. 


MAGIC PACK INCLUDES: 


Amiga 1200 Computer - 2m RAM 
3.5 ” Floppy Disk Drive Built-in 
2.5" 170m HD Option - Sew MOW 
Wordsworth v4$e wem Promtor 
Digits Da t as to re vl. 1 - Qwtwkwu 
Digits Organiser vl. 1 - Fw'n&f } j i' Orgsmser 
Turbo Cafe v3.5 - Sprwdfhwwt 
Pbotogenics v1.2se 

PaiiH/Jmage Processing 0 Comp mtog 

Persona! Paint v6.4 

Pitot Pteteg* 

Workbench v3. 1 
Whizz - 3D pmterm Stmt 
FREE Chaos Pack 
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A1200 SPECIFICATIONS 

• 32-Bit 68020EC Processor 
• AGA Chipset/16. 7 Million Colours 
* 2Mb RAM - Built-in Modulator 
96 Key Keyb’rrf With numeric Key Pad 
• PCMCIA Smart Card Slot 





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Advanced Graphics Architecture 







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KB have been creating Amiga 
hnrdware since the very begin- 
ning, Their Insider 1Mb board 
for the Amiga 1000 was one of the 
first reasonably priced A10DQ RAM 
boards bock in early 1966, 

While most of me other Amiga hard- 


ware manufacturers in the Stales have 
shut down or moved into the Intel world. 


DKB's still on the cutting edge, releasing 
the first Norlh American 6606Q accelera- 
tor board The Wild Fire 060, surprisingly 
enough, isn't designed tor ihe A4QO0 or 
A 30 00 lull for the venerable Amiga 
2000. The A2000 has Ihe grrsalesi pene- 
tration into the professional market on 
this side of the Pond, as a large percent- 
age ol the machines are used as Virion 
Toaster platforms. And when you're 
rendering frames in LighlWave, you 
need all the horsepower you can gel. 

The WiirifiiR 0GQ features I rue 50MHz 
68060 architecture - St's no* an 040 
hoard redesigned to accept the more 
advanced chip. The 060 can access 


Benny flthifi reports on 3 US manufacturer 
still supplying hardware for the Bmiga 


memory 64-bits at a rime [compared to 
32-bits at a time on the 040, and 16-bil 
access on the basic A2000). and the 
WildFire board can support up to 128Mb 
of memory in mixed combinations of 4, 
B, 16, and 32Mb SIMMs in standard 72- 
pin modules. 

The board boasts a 32-bit Fast SCSI- 
2 controller, Its DMA access means over 
90% of CPU power is still available 
when reading and writing. The 
AutoConfig board also sports an 
Ethernet controller that supports both 
twisted pair and thm coax cables, with 
transfers up lo 100Mb/second. 

The board tists for Si 699, and OKB 
will follow up soon with a model for the 
A40QO and A4G0QT, In the meantime. 
It’s rather ironic that - for a short time - 


lent Effects 


Page Stream 3’s quirks are nearly ironed out now, 
and version 3.1 with all promised features 
implemented and the bugs ironed out may be out by 
the time you read Ihis. SoftLogik will then wrap up 
iheMac port, which should be out this Winter, to be 
followed by a Windows 95 release in the second half 
ofl 990, 

SoftLogik areni jumping ship, though. Along with 
riialributing Digital products in North America, Ihe 
company are also continuing to develop add-ons lor 
PageStream. The latest is TextFX, an add-on 
module that finally does away wilh the need to load 
SoftLogik's quirky and discontinued Art Expression if 
you need to create a fancy text splash In your 
document. TextFX is a PageStream3 extension and 



fits seamlessly into the PageStreamS interface. A new 
button will appear in the Ed if palette for text objects to 
access th® TextFX requester, 

It has the capabilities o( Art Expression’s text 
elfects features and then some. It can warp lest inside 
any of the 50 predefined shapes, and you can warp 
text in your own shapes via Arexx macros, It can even 
warp multiple lines of text inside shapes TexlFX can 
even convert TextFX obi sots and any frameless text 
object to graphics. 

TextFX is compalibie wilh Compugraphic, 
PostScript and Sott-Log»k DMF fonrs. [II also works 
with TrueType fonts if you have Sofl-Lcgik s optional 
TrueType font engine.) It sells for $50. and Art 
Expression owners can purchase it for only $40. 


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the A 2000 may be the fastest Amiga on 
Ihe planet. 

DKB has also mentioned lhai they're 
developing a multi-I/O Zorro If board. 
The current plan is to include one paral- 
lel and four senaf ports, with an optional 
expansion module that will add another 
set of one parallel and four serial ports. 

For more information, conlac! DKB at 
(810) 348-3321. 


In brief 


SoltWood are answering the cries of 
Amiga users who don't have tho memory 
or horsepower to run Final Writer 4, but 
who do want an updated word processor. 
Look (or Final Copy 4 this winter, with the 
improved Interface of Final Writer 4, but 
lacking a few features. 

Amiga owners looking for an all-in-one 
scanner solution should comae! MiQraph. 
Their MS24Q0 is a one-pass scanner that 
scans at up to £400 dpi, while the MS 1200 
i$ a 3-pass, 1200 dpi scanner. The kits 
include the scanner, SCSI cable, ColorKit 
Pro software, and Mi Graph OCR for the 
Amiga Migraph can be reached by voice or 
fax at (206) 330-4677. 

If you're looking for photo backgrounds for 
your desktop video or publishing work, 
Canada's Legendary Design 
Technologies havo released Pro Pics, a 
120-image set of 24-bit pictures stored in 
IFF, BMP, Jpeg, and Toaster Frameslore 
formats. The CD even includes viewers 
and image-processing programs ter both 
the Amiga and PC. Call Legendary 
Design Technologies at (519) 753^6 1 20 fc 
fax them at (519) 753-50S2, or e-mail 
legend@ic.org. 

There's still no dalinlle word on Amiga 
distribution in the U.S,, but it appears non- 
exclusive licenses to distribute the A4CK30T 
may be issued to CEI and SMG (the com- 
pany that handled Commodore's US repairs 
during Us last few years of existence). 






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Is a small world, they say, and 
apparently Its getting smaller all 
!he time. Physical transport net- 
works have made iE possible to travel 
between continents in e matter of hours; 
now the internut wili take you ail over the 
world in a matter of seconds. 

Ves. providing you've got a computer 
and a connection, ihe world's your oyster - 
or so the magazines keep tolling us. We've 
all read - and In my case written - tho end- 
less articles about the online revolution 
commg our way courtesy of the internet, 
the technological leap that supposedly rep- 
resents the 'Zeitgeist' for the 21st century. 

After all the talk. it's not surprising if your 
first visit to the web is disappointing. The 
n mount op information out rharn is so uast it 
defies human comprehension and, unfortu- 
nately. a large proportion of it i$ utterly 
useless garbage. 

The internet's advocates often point to 
the fact that anyone can use it as a publish- 
ing medium as one of the Web’s great 
strengths, They are probably right, but any- 
one who's ploughed through site after 
pointless, boring site will realise it is also 
one o f its great weaknesses There is no- 
one to censor the free expression of opin- 
ion on the Weis, hut there's also no-one to 
weed out the sites where the content's so 
weak it doesn't merit the expense ol a visit 
on your phone bill, 

IN THE SLOW LANE 

Add lo that the fact that the software and 
connections are still far from stable, and 
that access limes fust seem in get slower 
and slower as more people jump on the 
bandwagon, and the Internel is clearly far 
from being the information Superhighway 
we've been shouting about. Some say the 
Web is instantly fascinating and addictive, 
but newcomers wtth limited patience for the 
foibles of computing may well fall at the first 
hurdle through frustration. 

Magazines have churned uul articles that 
glorify the Net to a degree totally dispropor- 
tionate to the benefits most people can 
derive from it in ifs present form, How can rt 
possibly match up ip the great expectations 
wo have built for it? 

The paradox of the Internet is that it 
gives. 30 million people the means of 


The FIT team 


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The internet connects you 



the globe so how 
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and foneftf eng science ? 
Careth tofthnuse debunks 


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tiiocid Wide Web 


communicating with each other from afl 
around (he world, yet surfing is as lonely 
and isolated an experience as computing 
ever can be. 

What a bon: all those Net romances, aft 
those friendships struck up between individ- 
uals from different nations, you may be 
asking? Welt, I don t know about anyone 
else, but my experience of the IRC 
channels has been so dull ifs put me off for 
life, Even the sex channel I visited was 
populated by computer nerds and illiterates 
tapping away in a discussion about as 
saucy as assembler code, 

Unfortunately, the people who voluntarily 
trade in lime they could spend socialising 
with friends for the alternative of wittering 
on in Internet discussion groups are usually 
not the sort of people you want to befriend 

The problem with IRC groups is that they 
allow the social inadequate^, the boms and 
Ihe know-it-alls to hide behind Ihe 



anonymity of grey text pages. The net is 
:he great leveffer, a communicalion medi- 
um that allows Kevin from Bedford lo pass 
himself off as Axeman the cool dude. But 
people who need calf signs and an expan- 
sive vocabulary of smileys to make an 
impression should probably be avoided. 

More seriously, we fOuiria lists are caus- 
ing at least as much damage to the credi- 
bility of (he new medium as anyone else. 
Meaningless waffle and naval gazing Is 
almosi endemic among journalists writing 
about the Internet. 

The danger is that Jo Public will be 
bored and disillusioned by the Web long 
before it reaches a state where it matches 
most of the claims made for It. If. as 
enthusiasts, we want this technology to 
reach its potential, perhaps it’s time we 
stopped trumpet blowing, took a step back, 
and started looking al things a bit more 
objectively. 




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The first of our Iwo product give-away 
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database manager. Hard drive users 
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If you wanl to gel a quick idea of 
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base looks very much like a spreadsheet, 
allowing you to vtew a tot of entries at the 
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Final Data'* r»,il power la in Uw imuiuI 
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To start a new database select new 
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to make a new column, you use this 
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Data can handle five different lypes, and 
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group of radio buttons In the bottom 
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math tunc lions and numbers. 

So lo create a new Calc column 
called Debt, which involves subtracting 
lha amount Payment from the amount 
Cost, you mu si tirsl click on Cost in the 
list view, then dick on the minus button 
and then on Payment. 

If at a later data you want to adjust a 
column's attributes, use the redefine 
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have made a change, make sure you 
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namn und pressing return. Otherwise 
any changes you hovo made will be 
gnored 

Final Data has fairly straightforward 
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Dy and whether this is high to low 
or vice versa, and the search and 
replace function is ihe same as any text 
editor. 

Potentially the most powerful feature 
-jl Final Data is its comprehensive 
ARexx port which allows you to not only 
write A FI ex x programs that can alter 
Final Data's interface and the way it 
works, but will also let you easily share 
lata with other ARexx programs the 
primary one bemy Final Writer, which 
would allow you lo do mail merges very 
easily. 


Colors 


Author: Ian J Einman 

Workbench: 3,0 

Want to find out whai the colours on 
any of your screens are? Oh p well 
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displayed in, 

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I would hope all you hard drive owners 
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contente of your hard drive stored on 
them, and if you have not why nul? You 
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your hard drive will crash and you will 
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going to be cursing yourself; 

Well, ABackup has got to be one ol thr? 
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and this latest version gives the old 
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Installation is nice and easy, using the 
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Author: Ian J. Einman 

Workbench; 2.04 


From Workbench 2 a new drawer was added to the 
Workbench disk, that being the WBSiartup drawer 
This made it a doddle to got programs up and running 
along wilh Workbench, without having to mess about 
editing your startup sequence. It is even possible lo 
specify which programs should be run first using the 
STARTFRI tool type. 

So why would you want to replace this great function? 
Well, AutoStart adds a number of useful new facilities 
along with a number advantages over the normal 
WBStarlup. For starters, AutoStart can run any of the 
following: Workbench , DOS and ARcxx programs 
along with Amiga DOS Scripts, It is even possible to 
specify a number of DOS commands on the same line. 


You are best off using the supplied install script 
because there is a new library to install, and before you 
all si art groaning, it's only small and is needed for 
Colors lo work as well. Once installed you should move 
all your old WBStartup programs back to their original 
locations. Then, run the preference program and 
simply drag and drop all the programs you want to 
run at startup into the preference window. It could not 
be simpler. 

You can ihen prioritise the programs by using the + 
and - buttons to move the programs up and down Ihe 
list, the highest programs being run first. One very 
useful addition is lhat you can tag certain programs 
that should not be run if the mouse button is being held 
down at startup time. Thi$ allows you to hoot up with a 
minimal system which is very useful when you want 
every byte of memory available. 


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COVEHDISKS 






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Banger menu 

Author; Andre Tratlin 

Workbench; 2. 04 

Here is another useful system enhancer 
for your hard drive. Banger (no sniggering 
at the back, if you don't mind) Menu lets 
you choose to run various different scripts 
or programs when you boot your machine. 
When you reset your machine, hold down 
the caps lock key and voNA, Banger 
Menu's little window will appear with your 
various boot up choices, Just click cm the 
option you want. 

This is pretty helpful because if you 
wanl a number of different boot-up 
sequences It is a good way oi getting an 
easy-to-use interface. Currently. I have 
three alternatives to the standard startup 
sequence - two for booting the CD and 
another fur running with a minimal system. 
Qang^r Menu provides a perfect way ol 
choosing which alternative I want. 

To install Banger Menu you need to add 
a line early on in your startup sequence to 
run il You will also need to adjust the 
preference file to suit your own needs. To 
do Ihie you will need a good text editor, 
like CygnusEd. What a stroke of luck we 
gyve il away last month. 


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Author: John Veldlhuis 

Workbench; 2.04 

Virus Checker has just undergone a complete overhaul, so has jumped up a new 
revision number. The major new additions are locale support for different languages, 
and a completely new interface design. 

Gone is the large single window of the old design because it has been replaced by 8 
more elegant selection of burtons, each of which leads you off to the various different 
sections of the program. Virus Checker now uses the standard installer program, which 
can bo found on the first CoverDisk, There are a lot of flies to copy across and you 
should use il. Personally, the best place to put the actual Virus Checker program is In the 
WB Startup drawer. You shoukl note that this version is not compatible with the nld enn- 
figuralion files, so if you have problems running it, check in your S' directory and rlnlnln 
any virus configuration files. 


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fleiufTlade 

Author: Andreas Linnemann 

Workbench: 2.04 

One oi the nicest features of AmigaDGS 
is the ability to have many different 
screens open al the same lime. This 
makes it so much easier when working 
with different applications because each 
one can reside on its very own screen, 
with each screen being capable of having 
its own resolution and depth. 


This is great until programs start opening 
screens that you dc not want to work on - 
especially older programs which, give you 
little or no way of changing the used screen 
mode. This is where NcwMode comes in 
Each time a new program tries to open 
a screen, NswMode will pop up and ask if 
rt should change the original screen mode 
- if at all It provides you with various 
options, ranging from completely ignoring 
the program to allowing you la choose a 
screen mode each time the program is 
run. The control over what type uf screen 





Reminder 

Author: Richard Amforidge 

Workbench: 2.04 

If you Eire always forgetting to do things during the 
day then you need this small commodity, if you 
drag Reminder into your WBStanup drawer, each 
fimo you start your computer it will check for any 
messages you have entered into it. These mes- 
sages can be viewed and edited irom the main win- 
dow. 



Reminder provides you with a number ol different message types, depending on how often you need to be 
reminded to du something Persistent is simply a daily reminder that will no! go away until you delete it. Along with 
this mere are weekly, monthly, yearly and a birthday reminder. This is the same as the yearly one, but with the 
addition of an extra note, reminding you il la someone's birthday. 

Helpfully, there are also relative reminders, so if you get paid on a particular day of the month, say the last 
Monday of the month, this can be set. This ;s also possible for yearly relative dates. It is also possible to specify a 
particular time of day for the reminder requester to pop up, like 5.15pm which is when ! can hobble off home, There 
is also the option of executing another program, say a sample player. 

All these adjustments arc easily done through Reminder's interface using the proportional sliders to adjust the 
day and weeks. There are also keyboard shortcuts available for all the operations, but you will have to read the 
documents to gel a run down on all of them. 

Reminder does provide a few other services, along with a good preference section where you can view all 
forthcoming events for a specific time span. 


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The powerful mode promo bon 
window gives you hgcobb to any 
■screen mod*? ypw cpvW wfofr far 


is opened is extremely comprehensive, 
allowing you to choose the amount of 
overscan, screen depth, and whether an 
extra hallbnte or HAM screen should be 
used.. This is as well as the normal screen 
mode choice, There are plenty of other 
options available and you should read the 
provided document for full details. 

Tiff Uieiu Patch | 

Author: Bert Wynants 

If you bought last month's issue you will 
have got your grubby little mitts on the 
excellent utility, Tift View. Well apparently, 
there is a big bug in the IFF save routine, 
which means only TiftView can reload any 
images that it saves out. 

This will correct that bug, To use It * 
you will need to open a shell and change 
directory Id where you have placed the 
patch directory. Next, copy the TiftViuw 
executable into the same directory, and 
then type spatch TiffView - ihis will 
alter the original program to remove the 
problem. 





COVEROISKS 


As if one full program was not enough to keep 
you occupied, this month we have the f ully- 
rpgistered version of Main Actor, This is such a 
large program that only users with over 1.5Mb of 
hard drive space will be able to use it. 

To install Main Act or boot up with your hard 
drive and do lj bin-click on the Inst a II Key icon, 
This copies the special Main Actor key tile across 



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Author; Markus Moenig 

Workbench: 2,04. 
Hard drive required 


to your L: directory and will give you access to all 
of Main Actor's features, and remove all the 
annoying please register' requesters. 

To install the main program, double-click on 
the MainA&tor.lha - to o$e this you must have 
the installer program in your C: directory. If you 
do not have this it can be found on the first 
CoverDisk in the C drawer - drag it across to you 
hard drive. Make sure you select expert install* 
otherwise you will only be able to choose RAM 
as the destination, 

Once Oh your hard drive you will have to add 
an assign line to your user startup, that being 
Assign MainActor: . This allows Main Actor to 
locate an the extra flies it uses. 

When you get Main Actor up and running you 
will access either a sequence of pictures or a 
complete animation. Luckily, Mam Actor accepts 


a wide range of animation Formats along with the 
normal IFF Anim format, such a AVI, FLI and 

flc. 

The real power behind Main Actor is its AFtexx 
pen. A number of example scripts are available 
for you lo play about with, along with a short 
example animation. 



MainAc Iw support* ■» witfo range af Amor funrrrtfCS 


ASP 

Author: Zeno Montresor 

Workbench: 2.04 
Magic User Interface required 

The Amiga's operating system is a fairly 
complex boast, with lots of different 
aspects of it running in the background, 
hidden away from the user. Things like 
libraries, devices, tasks, processes, 
ARexx ports and interrupts can all be 
opened, closed, created and disappear 
without you knowing a thing about it, 

For any one who is curious enough, 
this Amiga scan program will let you prod 
and poke <m[f investigate all these things 
and probably crash your machine, if you 
are not loo careful. 

One of the most helpful things about 
the program is that if a program should 
crash. In raving its windows and screens 
open, ASP will let you recover those 
resources by allowing you to eluse the 
redundant windows and screens. There 
are two versions on the disk, one for 
Workbench 2 and I he other for version 3. 

miser Print 

Author: Neinz-Guenter Ronffger 

Workbench: 2.04 
HP Desk Jet printer required 

This must be a favourite with all Desk Jel 
owners out there, For anyone I hat does 
not know what H does, Miser Print makes 
your paper go a lot further by allowing 
you to squeeze up lo eight A4 pages 
onto a single piece of paper. Sc using 
my vast mathematical skills, with Miser 
Print you can use an eighth of ihe paper 
; 0 u would usually use. 

How is this law ot physics-breaking 
leal achieved, 1 hear you cry? Well it is 
quite simple. Using one of the tiny fonls 


built into the Desk Jet. you can squeeze 
around 170 characters across a single 
piece of A4. and as most text is only 80 
characters across you oven have room 
to spare. 

If you then use the other side of the 
paper you can squeeze up to eight pages 
onto a single piece, This is perfect if you 
nnrd to print out a large manual because 
ills easier to browse through, plus you 
have the added bonus ot saving paper. 

You also get the ability to specify whai 
range of pages should be printed, and 
can view a preview of how each page 
will look. 

multiCK Prefs 

Author: Michael Barsoom 

Workbench: 2,04 

One of the problems with MultiCX is that 
in trying Id keep the program as small as 
possible, all its preferences are stored as 
tool types in the program's icon. Seeing 
that there are so many functions built 
into MultiCX, ihis makes for a daunting 
number of tool types. This preference 


program gives you a lovely GUI to 
access and adjust ail (hose tool types in 
relative comfort. 

Just before press we got an update of 
Mull 1C X, This only corrected some bugs, 
but as the preference program is looking 
for verson 2 ol MultiCX, it does warn you 
that it may not be compatible. Do not 
worry - alii MultiCX's functions are 
accessible with this version ol MultiCK 
Prefs. 



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tnultilH E .08 

Author; Marlin Berndt 

Workbench: 2.04. 

This is Ben Vosts favourite program in the 
whole world. Hr loves it lo bits, he does, 
MultiCX. if you did not know, Is one ol those 
dO“Pt-alMn-a"SinglG-pmgram programs. The main 
advantage MultiCX has over all the others is its 
diminutive size, and the fact it Iras been written 
in a highly compatible way. 

Wall, what is new for version 2 then? Martin 
has added the very useful assign wedge so you 
can do assigns from Workbench, end It gets rid 
of another program from your WBStartup drawer 
For ShapeShlfter users there is a freeze 


ShapeShifter function. When the ShapeShifter 
screen is pushed to the back it will freeze the 
program, therefore stopping graphic card 
screens being corrupted. There is also a function 
to make Ihe right button equal a Mac double- 
click, but I have been told this is pretty useless. 

Another two new additions to MultiCX are lock 
pens tor MagicWB users* so you wMI never lose 
those lovely icon colours, and Newedit hook 
which allows you to cut and paste to text 
gadgets, among other edit functions. 

Of less use, but still quite nice, is opaque 
window moving and resizing. If any of you have 
seen the Acorn Archimedes In action, when you 
move or resize a window the entire window is 
always vlsibte - you never have the rubber band 
effect 


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etting people lo take ihe Amiga seriously has always been 
an uphill battle. Even now, when It's creative capabilities 
have been proven beyond dispute, mentioning the machine 
lo anyone in business will often draw a contemptuous reaction: 
"Amigas? Weren't they games machines?” 

The popularity of this view is not surprising, despite the fact thai it 
does the computer a gross in justice For a Jong time d was mar- 
keted as a games machine, and Commodore scarcely attempted to 
challenge the PC's age-old domination of the office-oriented market. 

Againsl all odds, however, the Amiga's good value and powerful 
software has pushed if into some of the most surprising corporate 
markets. Its key roles in numerous famous film and TV productions 
alone has received a great deal of well deserved coverage from 
Amiga Computing In the past. 

This is not the limrl of the Amiga's success in the commercial 
world, however. I Is simplicity and natural prowess for creative work 
make it the natural choice for all suns of companies requiring multr- 
media, presentation, design and audio-visual tools. Over ihe next 
lew months, Amiga Computing will be focusing; on some of this 
remarkable machine s more interesting achievements. 


damping history 


The Imperial Win Museum in Lambeth is 
one of the most highly regarded of our 
national institutions, a place where 
artefacts and sources from some of the 
most momentous events to shape 
history arc dynamically presented by 
state-of-the-art multimedia lechnology. 

As one of London's most popular 
tourist attractions; the Imperial War 
Museum has had to keep abreast with 
the times. Cabinets full of uniforms and 
weaponry may have their place, but visi- 
tors to major museums demand exhibits 
to foEituro simulations, videos, sound 
and interactive displays to bring history 
to life. 

Given the high tech demands required 
lii impress evermore jaded visitors, even 



aroadcfiafer EMe 
made Ihe videos 
on the WWif 
Hometrawil pOxxiifto 


those well versed 
the Amiga's multimedia fat 
ents mighl be surprised to 
hear that this common 
home computer is a key 
toot in developing and l| 
running the interactive 
exhibitions. 

To start with, Scala is 
at Jhe heart of the muse- 
um $ public information 
service, with intechannel 
distributing information 
about Ihe museum's 
services and 
exhibits to 



screens conveniently dotted 
around tho museum. 

Then there's the Scala 
driven touch screen display 
located at the heart of 
the Civilian Dead exhibit. 
A sense of how far reach- 
ing the destruction was on 
an everyday basis can 
be gamed from entering 
family names to discover 
if anyone with your sur- 
name - possibly a relative 
- was killed in the 
German bombing 
campaign Scala 





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Archiloeture, defined in the Oxford English 
Dictionary as the art or science of designing and 
constructing buildings, actually holds a rare position 
straddled between these two often uncomplimenta- 
ry disciplines. Us practitioners require an under- 
standing of the laws of physics and a grasp for 
detail, but the besl of them will also possess the 
creative vision of an artist. 

Modern architects have used computers for 
some time as lools in the process of design Many 
were discontent, however, with ihe engineering- 
based software they were Forced lo work with on 
PCs - until someone had the bright idea of using 
Amigas. 

Visualisation of a building project is one of ihe 
most important elements in the design because it's 
the stage when the architects and Ihe property 
developers finally get a solid idea of what a building 
will took like, and of what needs adjusting. 

Previously, however, Ihe architects clients would 
commission about haft a dozen drawings or water- 
cotours for this purpose, and for good quality work 
they would expect lo pay around E2Q0Q. Now, 
Wales -based company Delphi us Visuals offer an 
Amiga- based service that will revolutionise the 
process. Maik Thomas, the man behind the proiecl, 



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a first impression cl the plnn*. (fo+n it was 
surfaced and textured actmraiefy enough te 
depict the tinixhns of things tike carpet*, 
ceilings* block work and wen fh® specific 
detail of Ihe fecejtrjon desk. 


has a background in tho profession having studied 
at Cardiff University's Welsh School of architecture 
for two years. Dissatisfaclion with traditional meth- 
ods of visualisation put him at odds with ihe estab- 
lished method oF work, and ihus ultimately led him to 


abandon his course before completion, "I fell l wus 
restricted by the tools they were using," Thomas 
explained to Amiga Computing, 1 was limited by 
using AuloCad and iradilinrwal PC-based tools " 

So where did the Amiga come in, then? 



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(he ffmiga is no office workhorse, but - 
its talents haue sold it to companies - 
working in all walks of life. Gareth - 
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A vimiiaF uiun^ an 
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flk 

interprets inform a lion sent by thn (ouch 
screen and then Super base searches 
through its database fur entries matching 
the name ft uses. Its a Simple but effec- 
tive use of technology I hut brings history 
into a closer perspective 

FILM FOOTAGE 

Even more impressive is the impact 
White Knight Technology's Broadcaster 
Elite, the non-linear editing tool, has had 
on the museum's use of archive him 
footage. According to the head of the 
museum's audio-visual department, Alan 
Morrow, II has opened up whole new 
possibilities when n conies to their video 
displays. According to Morrow, a short 


film about lile on the home front during 
tho second world war, for example, 
was much more easily compiled and 
edited using Broadcaster Elite than it 
would hove been using other systems. 
And this sort of display is integral to 
many of the ok bib it ions to be found in 
the museum. 

In addition, Broadcaster was used in 
the mock wartime cinema, in which trail- 
ers For films audiences would have been 
watching in the 1940s are edited togeth- 
er to give visitors an authentic 
experience. 

The War Museum has also used Bars 
and Pipes to creak-- 1 music lor presenta- 
tions, plus Deluxe Paint and Morph Plus 
lor animation So why did the bosses 
decide to invest so much in the Amiga? 

As is often the case with these stories, 


Siala 15 at the heart if the 
puHti[ information seruite, with 
iifoihinni distributing information about the 
museum's series nil dibits to screens dotted 
around tbe museum 





CAD - computer aided design - is for engineers la 
do their plans on. It's all done in 2D and it doesn’t 
.pply to architecture in the slightest but 1 hat's what 
we ve been loroed to use on the PC" 

Bui then Thomas got Imagine tor his Amiga, and 
realised ihe potential it gave him for a new 
-pproach. Imagine is a 3D modeller that's based 
round space, and space is the sole too! of the 



the final fEoqo ffce artist jpeerfiea #10 w fh* 
tiVrrgp is !<? be 'photographed' and what areas Ilie 
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iMtoot to Naw Input into the editing 


architect - controlling it, moving through It. And 
there are oilier things in programs like Imagine that 
are so much more applicable. tike the ability to add 
textures and lighting. “ 

Thomas explained how it suits the architects 
because they can think and work naturally in 3D, 
but it is equally helpful for the clients. ’The property 
developers like it because we can work very flexibly 
and can bo flexible about price. 41 He went on : "It’s 
basically a lot to do with impact, it aFlows the client 
to walk Hi rough a building and get a good idea of it 
You see, when architects are looking at each 
other's plans, even we can find it difficult to envis- 
age really what the designer has in his mind. So 
wiih ihe old way of doing things Ihe clients are often 
left dueJessT 

The models are pul on VMS tape and animated 
with accompanying music and titles, and the clients 
can take it away as something tangible to relate to. 
It's so del ailed lhal a client's first reaction might he 
something like: "Oh, the chairs are the wrong 
colour,'” yel It’s $o flexible thai Thomas can make 
small alterations within minules, 

Once again, then, the Amiga is offering a compa- 
ny high class presentation tools at a reasonable 
price. Mark Thomas concludes: To be able lo have 
affordable computer graphics, which at tho end of 
the day is slill regarded as high impact imagery, is a 
key attraction. Anyone who has the opportunity to 
get that jumps at the chance" 


if turns out Alan Morrow was an Amiga 
home enthusiast long before he pers- 
uaded the museum it was the best 
solulion to many of its multimedia 
requirements. Not that Ihe Amiga's 
acceplance at the museum has been 
easy. As Monow explains,, getting people 
used to PCs in I ho corporate environ- 
ment to view I ho Amiga with anything 
other than suspicion was anything 
but easy. Now, however, (hey cannol 
help but be impressed with the 
results. Asked what Ihe More 
holds For technological inno- 
vation in museums. 
Morrow stresses the 
importance of multimedia 
in making exhibits acces- 
1 sible. Touchscreens 
■ are becoming very 
important because 
they inform visitors 
while allowing them 
10 proceed ai their 
own pace, so there are now 25 in the 
museum. 

Technology can also give visitors more 
information and more choices. The 
Imperial War Museum has the second 
largest 20th century English art collection 
in the country, tor example, bui space 
limitations dictate thai only a small 
number of paintings can be exhibited 
at any one lime. Now, however, peo- 
ple can seek out pictures they par- 
ticularly want lo see on computer. 
Some might argue that the 
multimedia museums are going 
For popular gloss and sensation 
at the expense of content. 
Morrow argues that this is 
completely untrue tor the 
Imperial War Museum, and 
points out that the AV 
department has always avoid- 
ed flashy graphics and gim- 
micks. And* he adds, Ihe 
museum's subject matter is 
so strong and extensive it 
can only benefit from imagi- 
native but sensitive 
presentation, 


Contacts 

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01633 613300 

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01320 622351 

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interested in checking out Ihe future of 
ihe computer entertainment industry. 

Over the years it has become more an 
exercise in the large companies flashing 
their bigger bank balance over their 
smaller competitors in the form of flashy 
stands, glossy demons! rations, and the 
hiring of attractive bimbos and: him bos to 
adorn the stands. Initially it was a show 
designed for the European market, but it 
has grown so much that it attracts visitors 
from much further alio Id. And this year's 
show was bigger and noisier then ever, 
with over 114 exhibitors and 10,359 
visitors over Ihe three day stint. 

OFFENSIVE 

The build-up seemed longer than usual 
too, with adverts in the trade ppper, 
CTW, spanning over four or five weeks. 
The adverts themselves have also 
become more alarming, with companies 
relying on shock tactics more than nag- 
ging their products. Take, for example r 
the show edition of CTW, First page 
news was the revelation that CTW were 
calling upon the industry to take steps 
against Virgin Interactive, saying that 
they sicken with their offensive advertise- 
ments. Then turn the page and Ihe re it is. 
an ad from Virgin showing black and 
white movie footage of a shot of an eye- 
ball being cut with a razor blade from 
Bun u el's, Lin Chien Andalou It was ydl 
another marketing ploy. 

Turn the pages still Further and you 
come across a Gametek advertisement 
For their latest road racer with a picture 
depicting a crash helmet with blood pour- 
ing out Then a picture of two young, 
trashed-looking teenagers with blood 
splattered from their noses to advertise 
the game Wipeout. And finally, m SCI ad 
with a blonde "crumpet (sic) posed sug- 
gestively over their PR man- 
ager with the slogan "_we 
don't have to blow our 


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own trumpet " Okay, so they did their job 
in creating a pro-show stir but when it 
came down to it, was the actual event 
any good? Well, Virgin continued their 
movie ihemo with an impressive stand in 
the form of a cinema, complete with ush- 
erelles. Acclaim had an eyecatching 
stand promoting their latest Batman 
game with a Jifesize bat mobile, and the 
GT interactive suite had a theme of 
heaven with angels on the reception 
desk, impressive though it is, a lot is 
merely gloss and a visitor would do well 
to take more than a cursory glance lo 
5 ee if the actual product is any good. 

Oh the Amiga side of things, it was 
more positive than you might expect for 
a platform that's just getting back on its 
foot. Ho stand from Amiga Technologies 
though, which although unsurprising was 
a little disappointing according to some. 
Product- wise, on the other hand, things 
did look brighter. 

Longstanding supporters of the 
Amiga, Team 17. displayed some of the 
few actual Amiga machines of the show. 


and demonstrated on them wore Worms 
and Alien Breed 30, Around the 
machines, people flocked to $ee the 
games and it was good to see that 
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ECTS is a trade show, although looking around you wouldn't think so with the huge, 
^pensive stands and gimmicks that are more geared to a consumer even!, Ah well, it's 
,|_ iGir money and al least it provides entertainment for the visitor. Amiga Computing 
□oks at some of the highlight 


Virgin - Virgin, not renowned Tor their 
subtlety, opted For a cinema-style front to 
ih&r stand with games actually featured 
as film presentations. The theme was 
continued with usherettes. 

Acclaim - Acclaims stand featured a 
lilesize bat mobile spotlighted lor 
dramatic effect. The other side o( the 
■display had a more sporty feel with 
appearances from The Harlem Globe 
trotters and The London Monarchs, 


Receptionists were dressed as angels 
and the ethereal music provided a nice 
change to the hustle and noise outside 

Warner Interactive - taking up a large 

space, we found Warner Interactive. 
Crammed with (heir latest titles, their 
was little room for anything more. 
Unfortunately, there wore no Amiga® in 
sight despite their release schedule 
showing both Flight of the Amazon 
Queen and The Chaos Engine 2. 


GT Interactive - a rather forebodmy 
entrance led to GTs original sutte which 
was themed around heaven, 


fVticro value Flair - a graffiti-style stand 
was used to promote their forthcoming 
game, Shockwaves Express. Nul points. 


The entertainment computer industry is foreuer — i 
changing. One may to keep up with it is to uisit the — 


bi-annual industry eueni the Tumpean (amputee — 
Trade Shorn. Tina Sachet t reports on the latest — 



nterest as some of the new generation 
stulf, 

Amiga Computing took the opportunity 
io talk to Andy Davidson, programmer oF 
•Verms, to find out his views on (he show 
and the Amiga. He explained that 
rtorms was produced on the Amiga and 
■■ 'hou( this machine, the market would 
:-e a lot worse off' ‘The Amiga has been 
responsible for the majority of original 
. ames. H's a cheap, easy-to-use com- 
. ..ter and without it there will be no n@w 
'i’enf entering the market." As For the 
_ ew generation of machines he stated: 
There are games coming put for them 

at are good but a lot are very unongi- 
"3 titles simply dressed up. It doesn't 
^ after how many silicon graphics you 
— uok at a product, il's gameplay that 
matters." 

Reassuring $luff r especially when you 
■ v<e a look at some of the visually 
■ inning produces nn display. Beneath 
•ir hi-tech appearance it's gameplay 
B “;ii counts, and it was particularly inter 
“Sting to $&$ that among all these 


[Detailing suflPDftas of the 
Air Isam !?, disoW mv of 
the few actual Inga machines of 
the show 

games for the PCs and consoles are 
titles that were on the Amiga first. A1 the 
risk of sounding like a gushing 
Anugaphile it was pretty good to see 
things like Super Skidmarks and 
Sensible Soccer all being converted 
onto the new platforms, and it go os to 
show I hat Amiga owners are busted for 
their opinions on games. 

Binary Emotion’s Ian Jolly was at the 
show and he commented: 'If Amiga 
owners don't lika a game then Il's no 
good. They te$t the market." 

So Sensible Soccer now has ren- 
dered scenes and commentary, Sc 
what? It's the same game., it was also 
ironic lo SCO that the tales! game For the 
PlayStaiion is Lemmings, It's been 





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FEATURE 


altered to make il 3D but the gamoplay is 
pretty much iho same, 

Other games that nre hoinq released on 
the Amiga could have boon shown, bin 
disappointingly Ihnir PC counterparts 
were on display instead. These included 
Ascon's racing management game, Poln 
Position, which already looks rather 
impressive on the PC. We are assured, 
however, that the Amiga version should 
look pretty much the same, although She 
rendered race scenes have yel to be 
finalised Domark had the eagerly-awaited 
Championship Manager 2 and Total 
Football on display, the Amiga versions of 
which will he seen in the next few months. 
Total Football will be reaching many for- 
mats, and Acclaim's show promotion for 
their SNES/Mega Drive release was 
backed up with a guesf appearance from 
Los Ferdinand. 


CLONES 


UbisoM's surprise announcement to 
bring Street Racer to the Amiga, was sup- 
posed to be backed up with a demo. 
However; I he Amiga version wasn't ready 
in time bul a chat wilh the programmer 
Irom developers. Vivid Image, confirmed 
lhat the version is wolf on its way, and he 
intends to keep it on two disks with very 
1 1 ini led disk swapping - something they 
achieved previously with First Samurai. At 
the moment there will definitely be a two- 
player split screen option, but he is also 
working on how lo keep the four-pfayer 
split screen so the Mega Drive version is 
compromised as litlln as possible. 

If there's a record for how many Amrga 
products you can havo on one stand il 
would go to Guildhall Insure Services. 
Offering a Soli ware Production and Sales 
service lo companies such as Black Magic, 
Acid Software and Audiogenic, there was a 
wealth of Amiga titles on display. Two ol 
these were she latest Doom clones. Fears 
by Manyk and Gloom by Block Magic. 
When asked if they found it difficult to 
promote two veiy similar products Michael 
Crook offered: 'Hot at all they are both 


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has been 
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The Du r lather report was released to coincide with the show and 
revealed some interesting findings on the Computer and Video 
Games Industry, ft found that both the European market and UK 
alike have both suffered a drop in sales but predict growth for 
1996. The UK games market has fallen from £797 million in 1993 
to £509 million in 1995. However, the report forecasts a rise oM5 
per cent which means a retails sales level of £60! million. 

What was particularly surprising was how well CD32 sales 
have held considering Commodore's demise. The CD32 still 
holds 4.17 per cent of the UK CD games market above the CDI 
and the Mega CO. There was no real surprise to learn that IBM 
PCs comer &6 per cent of ihe UK home computer, but there is 
stifl a healthy 32.5 per cent share for the Amiga. 

On the company side of things, it was found that Virgin had 
the biggest market share, followed by US Gold and then 
MIc repress. 


Amiga Computing 


DECEMBER 1995 


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very different and are from two separate 
companies, We promote them both 
equally." Boih titles will be up against com- 
petition from Team 17's Alien Breed 3D 
and Black Legend's Citadel, and no doubt 
countless others that are aJI trying lo creale 
Ihe PC's most popular game, Doom on the 
Amiga. 

On the more serious side, educational 
gurus Ten out of Ten Software pledged 
continued support to the Amiga wilh a 
packed release schedule for the next quar- 
ter. Titles m development include Spelling 
and Punctuation, Italian, Spanish and Latin. 

Leisu resoft took a stand to promote their 
latest range of peripherals and accessories 
and are currently in (he process of 
negotiating a contract for distribution rights 
lo the new A 1200 bundle and Amiga 
Technologies Virtual glasses. Both prod- 
ucls were on display. Show announce- 
ments included the release of their new 
Amiga mouse and Tecnopfus joysticks, 

Leisuresoft were not the only stand to 
display virtual glasses. The Virtual hglass- 
es were among other competitors all claim- 
ing to immerse the user in a mind-blowing 
virtual reality experience. The other head- 
sets cm show included those from Forte 
Technologies who announced that they 
were seeking an injunction against 
VictorMaxx Technologies, developers of 
the CyberMaxx headset, claiming they 
have infringed patent. With all the hype 
surrounding these virtual reality headsets, 
it's indicative ol the future that people era 
seeing this technology as the way forward 
for gaming. 

As far as the other platforms fared. 



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Microsoft were present to promote them^ 
selves as games publishers. Emphasis 
was on their first action game, Fury, sales 
ol which they hope will reach 100,000 in 
Ihe UK before Christmas. Sonyj 
announced their presence in as noisy a 
way as Iasi Spring’s show, and although 
they took up less space than before, they 
promoted the launch of Iheir PlayStation 
with a great many titles on display to 
visitors to try out. 

THE RIGHT TIME 

ECTS is an event awash with the latest 
rumours. One such rumour was that 
Digital Image Design had been 
approached by Amiga Technologies to 
develop a 30 chip lor the CD32, but; 
Amiga Technologies state there is no 
foundation behind Ihis bul plans may be 
made for ihe machine after Christmas, 
with changes in specifications and 
cosmetic design. 

We approached Amiga Technologies to 
get their view on the show. When asked 
why they didn't exhibit, AT answered lhat 
they did not feel it was the right time, but 
They will exhibit at Spring's ECTS. 
Jonathan Anderson commented: "We 
attended the show and had meetings wilh 
a large number of software publishers to 
see if they would port over some of Their 
PC CD-ROM titles to ihe Amiga. The initial 
reaction was better than we thought it 
would be and we will be In meetings over 
the next iwo or ihree weeks lo discuss 
this. Everyone has to Pe convinced that 
we mean business and they need to see 
the product on the shelves." /T*F 





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DECEMBER 1 f>95 


Ben Bast takes a sneak premia of 
a new Foundation Imaging W show 


many tens of thousands of pounds on the 
appropriate software and hardware, gen- 
erating graphics I hat look like real trees, 
grass, water, ole i$ difficult, and when it 
comes to Interaction with those elements, 
almosl impossible. 

Therefore. £ la Th underbirds, minia- 
tures will be used for certain elements of 
the show There will bo a model-based All 
Terrain Vehicle and most of the land' 
scapes will also be modelled for real. The 
hostile environment suits will, 
unfortunately, prove too 
expensive and unwieldy to 
build for real, so they will 
be scaled down for the 
final production. 
Even so, they 






and organic structures - Hypernauts will 
have most of the action based on Ihe 
ground, This poses a very big problem for 
CG people because unless you are willing 
to spend 


oun elation Imaging, familiar to 
readers of any Amiga magazine 
as Ihn mnst famous of all the 
users of the Amiga In a professional situa- 
tion, have hit paydirt once more. 
Scheduled for launch in the auturpn of 
1996, Hypornnuts will be a hair-hour, 
weekly television show tor Saturday morn- 
ing felly m the Slates, The show hasn’t 
been bought up tor this side of the pond 
yet, but I think it's likely, given the success 
of Babylon 5 on bolh stoes ol Ihe Atlantic, 
ihat ri will appear on our screens fairly 
soon Ihereafter. 

The basic storyline will be familiar to 
kids Ihe world over. Each story as based 
around the same team of three human 
teenagers and their alien friend (the usual 
guy in a suit), helping to keep the galaxy 
safe for the good guys. The bad guys in 
If ns story are a bunch ot robotic enemies 
conlfoSled by a group of three really nasty 
aliens wlx> are in telepalhic control ol ihe 
robols : and who are also linked: together 
telepath ically. Cach week, our gang will 
bailie their gang m lime-honoured fashion, 
presumably with the usual outcome. 

The show will differ from Babylon 5 in 
one important respect. Whereas Babylon 
5 is mainly set in space, 
which is very kind to 
computer graphics - 
being easy .on things 
like physics 



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will still be about 1 2 feet high, 

Obviously „ if there was no advance on 
“nijnderbirds, Hype mauls wouldn't be 
ery exciting, but Foundation Imaging 
ntend to combine CG shots with the 
miniature landscapes they build to 
enhance ihe look and feel of the sens. This 
should help if i get around some of Ihe nor- 
mal problems of apparent scale that made 
Thunderbirds look so very... very... well, 
very modelled' 

REALISM 

However; this has meant a lol more 
ivork for ihe CG people, ensuring that 
jhting angles and intensities are correct 
ind that the computer-based models don t 
simply look overlaid onto the miniature 
andscapes. At the bottom of the opposite 
oage you will see a test shot of one of the 
aircraft in She show, called a Bison, whrch 
nas been composited over footage of the 
Mojave deport in Nonh America This pic- 
ture has been taken from a high resolution 
printout rif thn original shot, but oven with 


these limitations the shot looks impres- 
sive. Also impressive is the launch 
sequence for the drop sh:p Torn the moth- 
ership out gang i«ve on The idea is based 
on a rail-lnunche r magnet c accelerator 
approach and really needs ro be seen tor 
full effect. The drop ship sits in a tunnel 
and accelerates out of the belly of the 
mothership ai great speed 
The series ts gong to consist of 13 half- 
hour episodes each with around 70 CG 
effects shots which is nearly twice as 
many as in a standard episode of 
Babylon 5. and in 
half-an-hour as opposed 
to three quarters of 
an hour. Tf 


also means there are more in one single 
Show than in the first 13 of the 22 
episodes of She firs! season of Babylon 5 
put together. This means that together 
with the punishing CG schedule that J 
Michael Straciynsfci has set for the third 
season of Babylon 5, Ron Thornton and 
his team will really have their work cut 

out for them. 


Unfortunately, owing to the prohibitive cost 
and relative slowness of ihe hardware, 
Foundation Imaging no longer use the Amiga 
in any great way lor rendering or modelling. 
Instead, as befitting a company with as much 
work to do as Foundation Imaging, they use a 
mixture of three DEC Alphas, nine Pentiums 
and a couple of MIPS machines running 
LightWave for the rendering of the CGI 


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effects in Babylon 5 and Hypernaufs. These 
machines ait in the Engine Room\ a 
specially-designed perl of Foundation 
Imaging's offices that 1$ air filtered and condi- 
tioned to make the best possible environ meni 
for running the machines In. The only thing 
the Amigas now do is look after certain 
aspects of the network - a bil of a 
turnaround. 


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REVIEW 


Hminet ? 


AMI NET 7 



he number of these Ihings 
now a days is jumping higher 
than a kangaroo on steroids* 
but since over 5O0Mh of new Amiga 
public domain software has been 
uploaded lo the Aminat, they have 
gel a good excuse and at least it 
proves lhal Amign users are stHI 
highly active and buoyant - the total 


number of uploaded programs 
recently topped 80,000. 

As is usual with Aminat CDs, they 
try to concentrate on one specific 
area, and this CD’s area is clipart 1 
have been using Ami net CDs tor a 
good while but usually I use the 
OHcoJIani find tool and AmlgaGuide 
combi nal ion, However, seeing I have 
lo do a review, 1 thought I would 
have a I idle nose around all those 
extra drawers. 

it turned oul lo be well worth my 
while, because in the list drawer 
there are a number of AmigaGutdes. 
One allows you to view the most 
downloaded, and therefore most 
popular programs for various 
categories, 

The demo guide again organises 
demos in terms of both theif quality 
and what machines they will! run on. 
So if you own an A4Q0G you can 
watch demos safe in the knowledge 



Thumbnail tffobvJttgt uf Amin&t V Pictures 

than they will nol crash your machine. 
The one thing that grabbed my 
attention was the FicZoo button. This 
is a separate program that lets you, 
view all the pictures in a certain cate- 
gory as colour thumbnails, and if you 
then want to see the full image just 
click on the appropriate thumbnail. 
The only downer is thal you must 
make sure you have the NTSC moni- 
tor driver running because it insists 
on it. It is hard to sum up this A mine! 




CD as this is ihe seventh one but all 
the material is new or updated 
If you cannot find anything on this 
CD that is of use or i me rest to you. 
you probably don't own a computer 
- bin then you could use it as a 
Frisbee? 


the bottom line 


Product. Amlnet 7 
Supplier: Emerald Creative 
Technology 
Price: £14-95 
Phone:0181-715 3866 


Ease of use.,.,. 9 

Implementation 9 

Value for money 9 

Overall 9 



World of Amiga 


D one by the samo people 
who did the imaginatively 
and strangely similarly tilled 
World of Video (see next page), you 
can enter and lose yourself in the 
staggering World of Amiga. This is 
similar to the World of Video in that 
it is a general CD containing a wide 
range of programs, games and data 
files for you to play about with. 

All the data files are split into their 
appropriate drawers and I was a 
liltte worried lhal there was going to 
be a lot of duplication with the 
World of Video CD, However, as it 
happens, only a few of the better 
animations are on both CDs. 

Along wilh a good selection of 
am m aliens there is a token picture 
section and a couple of good 
programming guides for assembler 
and AFtexx, The assembler guide 
shows you how lo code which is a 
very good starting point if you want 
to learn how to writ# system friendly 
demos and games. 

Thorn is a wide selection of music 
modules and samples, with most of 
the samples being of a good quality. 



One problem I found with the music 
section is that the tool types set-up 
for listening to the modules and 
samples are wrong. If you double- 
click on any of the icons you will 
simply get the cannot run blardy talar 
program thrown in your face. 

This might nol be such a problem 
because there is a huge col I eel ion 
of public domain programs on the 
disCi coveting every possible 
subject range, So it you want lo play 
any of the modules you can go off 
and locate either a demo of 


Its IB round up time again. This month - 
fleil fIJohr takes a gander at an emeiient ~ 
dip art reflection, the latest Rminet IB 
and a couple of titles from IIS Breams - 


OctaSVlED 5 or run Eagle Player, 
Overall this CD is- okay. 
Everything can be run from the 
Workbench, except lor ihe problems 
with the module and sample’s tool 
types. If you have just bought a 
CD drive then this would be an 



i0jg roLM-il , part i &i rhf Amigfl world? 


interesting CD to get. There is 
plenty of stuff lo look at, and plenty 
of programs to play about with, and! 
all at a very reasonable price, 


The bottom line 


Product: World of Amiga 
Supplier: US Dreams 
Price: £ 14,99 
Phone: 01483 756813 

Ease of use 8 

Implementation 7 

Value for money B 

Overall 7 


Amiga Computing 


DECEMBER 1995 







REVIEW 



Phase One 


World ol Ukteo 




here is a readme file on ihis CD 
that is expressing ihe authors" 
opinion about (he quality of a 
number of current CD colecSons and the 
people that are producing them. The drive 
of the readme is that the quality is 
absolutely minimum, basically meaning 
ihese CDs are shovel-ware, 


You may have actually gone oul and 
bought some of these CDs - if you havs 
you will know what I am talking about. One 
problem inherent with CD collections is 
that there is so much space on them, 
proper organisation of the material is 
essential otherwise it becomes impossible 
for the user to be able to find anything of 
any relevance. 

in Ihe worse cases you get a directory 
containing a few hundred files - that is if 
you're lucky - with irrelevantly named files 
such as x1fl98.dms_ If you want to find 
anything you have to first trundle off and 
locate an index, then search for any rele- 
vant material, then open a shell, and then 
manually un-dms the file to a floppy. The 
total process lakes anything up to 10 
minutes fora single disk. 

Everything I have just said, I am delight- 
ed to say, is completely and utterly 
irrelevant to ihe Phase One CD. Indeed, if 
anything, the Phase One CD is a joy lo 
use. All the files are intelligently and Intu- 
lively categorised into relevant drawers 
with relevant file names. 

For instance, you want to find some 
cHpart of a frog, Simple, just go into the cli- 
Cririy'iff/animalsTeptiles^rogs and you can 
■«itior view a collection of thumb nail pro- 
/lews or the individual images. The actual 
file names represent what the picture Is, 



Catour Hndujc* pm f> vnry handy addition 


though I'm not quite so sure what the 
homytead piccy is all about. 

I suppose 1 should aclually lell you what 
i$ on this CD, The Phase One CD is a 
collection of quality clipart, fonts and pic- 
tures for all you DTP users our there. The 
collection has been especially organised 
lor Amiga users, so all the drawers and 
preview files can be accessed by icons. 

The actual clipart on the CD comas In a 
number of flavours - black and white IFF,, 
scalable encapsulated postscript along 
with IFF previews, and a collection of 
colour IFF images. The images are noi 
available In every format, bul most pacx- 
ages will accept all formats, and if you 
have trouble with EPS clipart there are IFF 
versions provided. All Ihe clipart is of a 
good qualily and they am at a high resolu- 
tion,. including ihe EPS IFF alternatives. 

Trying to get any document to look 
original is going to require access to new 
fonts, and this CD has got its lair share of 
them. Covering Compugraphic. Type One, 
ProDraw and Coloured IFF clip fonts, 
most of the fonts are available in all the 
scalable- formats, One point lo note is that 
every font comes with an IFF preview so 
you can quickly ge' an idea of what each 
font looks like, without having to mesa 
about loading rt into any package, 

Of less use to DTP users, but of interest 
to video people, are the images on the 
CD. There is well over 70Mb worth of high 
resolution full overscan Images, all perfect 
as video backdrops, and again, each 
property categorised. 

□iher things to find on this CD are 
updates for PageStream 2.21 and version 
3 a to h. to OpalVision and Typesmiih. 
There are even full demos for both 
Types m it h and Pagestream, If you 
happen to be using a CDTV to access the 
CD, Pa met is included ready to run. 

This is an excellent CD. Not only is il full 
to the bnm of quality fonts and clipart but it 
is superbly organised. It may not have the 
clever search options of the Amine! disks, 
but if you are aclually going to be using 
this thing regularly, H is going to be simpler 
jusl to follow the drawer organisation. At 
the end of the day (Ns CD is virtually 
impossible to find fault with ~ if you need 
clipart, fonis or images you need this CD. 




o it's not a picture 
collection of video 
recorders, and It 
does not tell you how to 
care for and love your 
video, II is in fact a CD 
dedicated to all things ani- 
mated and screen related. 

This is one of those 
general Amiga collections, 
covering a wide selection 
of areas in the video 
world. One large chunk of 
the CD is taken up with 
Amiga animal ions, all of 
which are excellent, Probably the highlight for me was Ihe fact it 
contains the complete Enc Schwartz collection, along with a number 
of Craig Collin's excellent animations, such as Last Stand on Hoth 
and The Ad, 


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There are also three Rise of the Robots animations which are AG A 
only. along with a number of Mpegs. Unfortunately, the supplied 
Mpeg interface flatly refused to play any of the Mpegs, meaning you 
had to resort to manually running them from a shell. If you are 

unfamiliar with the Amiga's shell, 
and the Mpeg player, this is easi- 
er said than done, 

There are icons for some of the 
larger animations that allow you lo 
play them spoofed off Ihe CD, 
Ihe ref ore requiring less memory, 
However, the problem with this 
was that the program simply 
crashed on our A4000. Therefore, 
if you are low on memory you 
would have to use Biganim or 
Vie wok yourself. 

As usual there are pictures cov- 
ering various subjects, none of 
a 9 oad coiim^tion of uft things vidov which are at all lewd - just the 

normal animals, fantasy, plenty 
of cartoons, and a large rayl raced section, In their own section are a 
collection of good qualily high resolution 24-bit PAL backdrops for use 
in any presentation or video work you wan!. These include mixture of 
both IFF and Jpeg, along with HA MB thumbnail previews, 

Probably of more use to raytracing fanatics is a collection of high 
resolution textures, There is a thumbnail Ham8 preview provided so 
you can get a quick idea of what they look like, and again there is a 
mixture of IFF % and Jpegs - (he IFFs are eilher al 24 or 8-bit depths, 
The qualily of both Ihe backdrops and textures are excellent, the Jpeg 
backdrops are very good quality, but unfortunately, the same cannot 
be said for the Jpeg'ed textures. 

On fop of all this there is around 135Mb worth of general and 
graphic-specific programs for you lo mess around with, ranging from 
commercial and shareware demos, lo fully usable public domain 
programs and utilities. 

If you have only ever 
seem a couple of 
Schwarts animations, this 
CD is worth buying just to 
get his complete collection, 
not to mention Ihe Craig 
Collins animations, Overall 
its not a bad collection of 
video- related stuff, not con- 
centrating on any one area, 
but giving a good general 
spread of materia] . If you 
only have a passing inter- 
est in Amiga animation this 
CD is worth considering, 



Product: World of Video 
Supplier: US Dreams 
Price; £ 14. 99 
Phone: 01483 756813 


Ease of use 
I mpl emen tat ion 
Value for money 
Overall 


7 

7 

8 

7 


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□F the range now looks a bit stinky 
:oo much Renn & Slimpy). To be fair sc Ihe 
, Id Motorola 68020, tens years ago it could 
:e found in top -of -the- range UNIX work 
stations produced by ihe likes of Sun and 
HP, and would have cost as much as the 
Pentium. 

But processor speed continues on its 
exponential growth, and if you stand 
around, no-one else is going to wail for you 
o catch up. Anyone who has attempted 
any sod of ray fracing will know you can 
never have a fast enough processor, and 
even programs such as Word worth and 
Final Writer can grind to a hall if documents 
we a high graphics contents 

So what do you do if your A 1200 isn't 
Taking the power grade? Well, Power 
Computing might just have the solution for 
you in the form of the Falcon* 

When we first heard of the Falcon 
040/060 board our first worry was how on 
earth they were going to keep the thing 
:ool enough, because the 040 is a very hoi 
chip. Wo hod visions of having to prop ihn 
1200 up on stilts so you could fit a tan 
underneath it to keep everything cool: but 
as it turns out the actual solution is very 
neat, 

Unlike other A1200 trapdoor accelera- 
tors, fitting the Falcon will invalidate your 
warranty, as fitting the fan requires you to 
r emove the top casing off your Amiga. This 
s actually the most time-consuming part of 
:he operation, because removing all those 
screws does take some time. Once you 
nave got the casing olf and removed the 
keyboard, you can fit the fan. 

HOLE-LESS 

In the actual documentation there 
appears to be another screw hole in the 
Amiga’s bottom casing, but on all our 
A 1200$ ng such second screw hole exists, 
Tfte only available one is one of the bolt 
notes used io hold the disk drive in place. 
As the only alternative is to start drilling 
notes through the casing:, shield and moth- 
erboard, you have to remove the disk 
j rive's mount. This does not cause too 
much of a problem as the disk drive is still 
held firmly in place by a couple of other 
bolts. 

Once the fan has been screwed into 
: ace there is |ust the matter of forcing the 
board into the expansion slot. Now I’ve 
seen some pretty tight fitting boards in my 
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boards, but ‘he Falcon uses every spare 
millimetre Of Trapdoor space. 

When you come to fit it. angle the edge 
connector into place, make sure every- 
thing is lined up and then apply a 'reason- 
able 1 force. If you make sure everything is 
square the board should slot nicely into 
place, but it is such a tight squeeze you 
will need to push the other end down into 
place - and f you want to replace the 
trapdoor cover it is necessary lo cut a 
large square out of it, so the memory 
SIMM can ht. Personally, I dkJ not bother 
to replace the door 

One Interesting point is that the Falcon 
will not even work unless you have 4Mb ol 
memory Therefore, you need at least a 
2Mb SIMM to get it to work. I think this is 
actually a good point because there is 
very little speed increase gained from 
running accelerators without Fast RAM. 

In use. everything worked wonderfully. 
Windows zipped about, Jpegs displayed 
in no lime, and all the recent games ! tried 
such as Super Skid Marks, Pinball illu- 
sions, UFO and PGA European Tour 
worked with no problem at all. Even the 
fan is fairly quiet. 

This is a great bit of kit, Ihe only down 


If you examine the lovely artistic photograph of the Falcon 
board you may notice a very suspicious looking square block 
skulking at the end. This is, in fact a SCSI ll/lll interface - yes 
that is correct, a SCSI III connector, Don 1 ! know what it is, but it 
sounds damn impressive. 

The only down side to this is that the connector you have to 
get is a half pilch SOnpin connector which is a little unusual, but 
Power can supply all the necessary leads. 

One thing that took me by surprise is that there is no real- 
time clock on the board. This is probably due to the fact that 
there is no room on the board, but just one of those things you 
take for granted, and when your Workbench clock starts cMs- 
playing 5.14pm just after lunch time it is a bit of a shock to the 
system as you want to go home. 


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Amiga because to remove Ihe board your 
need to lever the SCSI connector oul of 
the trapdoor. 

Power supply the board in a number of 
con figure I ions depending on what your 
needs are and how deep your pockols 
are. Vou can purchase a bam board and 
get ihe processor yourself. The 040 
options consist of either a full 25 Mhz 040 
chip or the LC version, which omiis the 
MMU. So if you don 1 ! need lo use virtual 
memory or run Enforcer, you can save 80 
quid. The final option is the lull 060 hum- 
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as fast as a standa rd A 1 200 ! I /TW 



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Supplier: Power Computing 
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040!c:£429 
040: £499 
060 . £649 

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Amiga Computing 


DECEMBER 1995 









LETTERS 





Perfect mag July 95! Bglfo the disks 
and editorial were excellent. Each 
monlh I buy Amiga Computing and 
Amiga Shopper, I find Shopper nor- 
mally has very good editorial (no 
games!), although some ol their 
coverdisks seem to be rather out of 
dale (Pretext 4.3), Amiga Format is not 
much belter either, flogging the 
sensible Golf demo twice. 

CU Amiga usually has good disks, 
i.e. image/'FX, but their actual; maga- 
zine is a little disappointing and rather 
heavy on games content. 

Armga Computing seems So have gol 
the combination near perfect. The first 
of your 'Utility Heaven' disks was 
Superb. I had just installed Workbench 
on my new hard drive, so I he Multi GX 
and MU I utilities were both excellent, 

The format of the disks is good loo, 
Unarchiving straight to RAM is a great 
idea; I rarely use a program I can't 
unarchive and run straight from BAM,, 
Mark Clatworthy, Her&tmoncGBUX 

Our second letter from Mr 
Clatworthy in as many months. We 
like to think we have the balance 
right too. I’m pleased you liked our 
MU1 CoverDisk — we've had a lot Of 
mail praising it. A$ for the formal of 
the disks, I hope you like the 
installer script that was put on our 
disks from the September Issue, 
written by our erstwhile CoverOisk 
editor Noil Mohr, 


Amiga Computing has recently become an 
international publication with a US edition 
going out to subscribers of the now- 
defunct Rmiga World. It seems from the 
amount of mail the change has proued 


guite popular with our Umerkan cousins 



1 am writing about a section in your news pages in the September issue. You sand that 
version 2.1 of the Emplant E586DX PC emulator is available and will run games such as 
Doom. Does Itiis mean il will run Doom II and games like Magic Carpet, Tie Fighter and 
0-Wing? 

What is the price and where can 1 gel il from? Also, I have a bog standard Amiga Oo 
you think 5 should gel a 540Mb internal hard drive for El 74.99 or a CD-ROM drive. 

Since you have started giving helpful hints and tips lately. I have a question for you. In 
Lure of the Temptress I have broken out of jail and gone round talking to people. I went 
into the wizard's house and found nothing. What also should I be doing? 

In Dune I have defeated all the Harken non Fortress but Ihe palace still stands - am I 
supposed lo get men to do the ecology stuff? SOS please. 

PS. I enjoy your mag a lot but I think it could do with a tad more games reviews. Keep 
up Ihe good work. 

Michael Ryan, address unknown 

Unfortunately, you would need a somewhat better equipped Amiga than the one 
you presently have to even be able to run Emplant. For a start, the Emplanl is actu- 
ally a Zorro II card that fits inside a big box Amiga like an A4000, A30Q0 or At 500, 

Secondly, it needs a very swift processor to get anything like adequate perfor- 
mance, I'm assuming you have a base level A120Q as you don't say in your letter. 
Thirdly, It also really needs a graphics card (which would also need a big box 
Amiga) for the display to update fast enough. But yes, if you can fulfil all these 
criteria, you would be able to play the games you mention, although perhaps not 
es welt as you would on the PC you could have bought for the money you spent 
on your Amiga to make it possible. 

As for whether you should buy a hard drive or a CD-ROM drive, there is no 
question that a hard drive will be of greater benefit lo you. Buy a CD-ROM later, 
there isn't that much by way of good quality CDs yet, so you're not missing out. 

I'm afraid I can't really help you out on the games tips, not being a games player, 
but as to your request for more games reviews. 1 can say that we would gladly put 
more games reviews in Ihe magazine if only there were more games out there to 
review. 


; ’ ■ a I I 1 P - * ! 1 ft I ! P j | I 

My sysla m currently consists of an Amiga 
1500, 1Mb RAM, two punters and a Sony 
TV/monitor. Whal would you do if you 
didn't know whether to buy OS 3.1 or an 
EGS Spectrum? Thai's the decision I'm 
trying to make at the moment - I jus! don't 
know whH:h way to go. So p if you were in 
my position, whal would you do? 

Here are my new Amiga suggestions. A 
range of five or six Amigas isn't going lo 
take over a range of 20-30 PCs worldwide, 
so why don't some Amigas become part of 
the PC range, This means they could bo 
an original Amiga and a PC in one box lor 
about half the price of a PC computer. The 
machine could incorporate PC ports, a PC 
mouse and joystick, MS-DOS 6. Windows 


95, Amiga ports, an Amiga mouse and joy- 
stick, AmigaDOS 3,1 and Workbench 3.1 r 
If that was sold for half fhe price of Ihe 
cheapest PC,. I think E scorn would get 
loads of customers. 

For Amigas ihet were bought before 
Commodore went bankrupt, there could be 
plug-in modules For the A5QG, A5QQ+, 
A6G0 and A1200 which would have PC 
ports on il and would allow standard PC 
cards lo be plugged into the Amiga, all 
powered From an external PSU. All Amigas 
that are A15Q0s and above could have 
internal modules. These plug-in modules 
could also be supplied with the new 
A1 200s lo make them more expandable. 

I also have some questions; Why wasn‘1 


Amiga Computing 


DECEMBER 1995 








(flirnns sans 
modem 


! am starting a disk-based BBS called 
Off Net which has been designed so 
(hat users wilh no money to buy 
modems can enjoy sending mes- 
sages lo other members. Everyone 
sends in ihoir messages and 1 put 
lhem onto OffNet and send ihem out 
to all members. 

If any of ynur readers are interested 
in joining (it's completely free, by the 
way), then please send your name 
and address, a blank disk and 5Dp tor 
posiage and packing to; OffNet, 
BBS2S Roslyn Close. SI Austell, 
Cornwall PL25 3U N 

Mark Wadham ,, OffNet 

A brave and bold attempt Mark. 

Amiga Computing wishes you lots of 
luck in your enterprise. Inierested 
readers should contact Mark at the 
address given, 

i * 


Amiga who? 

Dear Amiga Ad ion, (sic). As the days of 
the Amiga looked darker the grim 
prospect of switching to Macintosh or * 
heaven preserve us - a PC with Windows 
became more realistic. It's a comfort to 
most faithful Amiga users that the 
Commodore liquidation has been settled 
and the Amiga technology is in safe 
hands. 1, arid I'm sure many other Amiga 
users, hope that ihe Amiga will keep its 
unique operating system and rt will never 
lose the user-accessible power that first 
fascinated us. 

I applaud Amiga Action's (yep, sic 
again) wonderful coverage of the latest 
Amiga news, and the wonderful coverage 
of Ihe differed inleresls in Ihe Amiga 
world, (I only recently discovered your 
magazine, quite by accident, upon the 



Commodore's saga reported on British TV 
news? Will all Amiga software run on the 
new A 1200s? Does OS3.1 allow you to run 
Windows programs on Workbench? Does 
it allow more software to be run than 
Workbench 2? Does ihe Amiga 1500 have 
a SCSI port, allowing a CD-ROM to be 
plugged in? 

Tony Mali Gloucester 

To lake your points in order: Buy 0S3.1, 
but be aware that it really needs a hard 
drive. You don't have the memory or 
monitor necessary to run an ESS 
Spectrum and you wouldn't get full ben- 
efil from it without OS3.1 anyway, The 
Spectrum really needs a minimum of 



ealinction of Amiga World.) Good Job! 
Keep il up! 

I would also like to suggest an arti- 
cle on graphics effects, animations, 
and lips and tncks using such com- 
mon material as Deluxe Paint III or 
IV, I am a game graphic producer 
myself and a lot of my professional 
fricks come from Amiga's World 
regular feature, Accent on 
Graphics. Even she average Amiga 
owner loves to play with D Paint and 
I'm sure would appreciate such an '1 
article. Remember, users of relatively 
inexpensive paini programs such 
D Paint are much more common than 
LighlWave users. 

I have a sample disk of my artwork and 
am currently looking for a game to illus- 
trate in my spare time. If Amiga Action 
(he's written rfvs not us) is interested! in 
including my graphics on the CoverDisk or 
knows of a PC programmer who needs 
an work done, pease write back. 

Joseph Dr ppe Bom 495. Beifbuckie TN , 

USA 37020 

) think Mr Drippe must have been out 
in the rain too long He addressed his 
letter to EBP at Amiga Computing ; but 
keeps referring to Amiga Action in the 
body of his Setter. However, I'm sure he 
is talking to us because when l men- 
tioned operating systems to the guys 


letters please 


at Amiga Action they thought il was a 
(c new combat game. We've included 
Mr Drippe's address for anyone 
who fancies some American 
graphics for their program. 


Keep those letters coming! If you 
can't he bothered to find a bit of 
paper and a stamp, why not e-mail 
us? Simply point your mailer ?o: 

E S P @ acomp. demon .co.uk 
There’s a £50 pound prize for 
the best letter printed as 
■ an incentive 


Interchangeable 

letter 


am writing: lo enquire where I can get 
hold of a copy of Interchange Plus v3 as 
mentioned by Mr Whileley in his video 
column in your Seplember issue. I am a 
regular reader of Amiga Computing, so 
keep up ihe good work and long live the 
Amiga 

Mr A J Hasten. Stevenage 

I: would like to say that this Is an easy 
query to deal with. Mr Maslett, but in 
these days of fewer and fewer serious 
Amiga dealers, l couldn't find a single 
one that actually stocks Interchange 
Plus at the moment. However, dealers 
like White Knight Technology {01320 
822321}, First Computer Centre {0113 
231-9444) and Emerald Creative (0131 
713-BM6) do deal with American dis- 
tributors so they should have little 
trouble finding it for you. 



thinking of opening a PD library. I have already got 
plenty of PD from magazines - can I use this? I also 
have plenty of shareware - can I sell it? I have 
Wordworth 3.1SE, but how can 1 use it to design an 
advert 

Please give me info and possibly more. 

Sean Talbot, Great Beckham 

What you are attempting to do, Sean, will take a 
lot of perseverance and hard work. You can use 
the software you find on coverdisks, but only 
titles which are lisied as being public domain or 
shareware software, I you check the documenta- 


tion for every program you want to Sell* you 
should be able to determine whether you will be 
allowed to include it in your library or not. 

One thing to consider getting would he a modem 
so that you can get software from bulletin boards 
like 01 for Amiga or the Aminet sites on the 
Internet. Advertising in a publication like Amiga 
Computing is not cheap, but you can print out an 
ad from Wordworth and send ft in for the artwork to 
be recreated from your layout here* Make sure your 
Spelling and grammar are correct, because other- 
wise your ad will not look professional and you 
won't gel many customers. Finally, if you do wish 
to set up a PD library, ! wish you the best of luck. 


4Mb RAM to work to its best advantage 
and a proper muitiscan monitor. This 
would also mean that you would need 
to buy a flicker fixer for your A15DG so 
that you could display normal Amiga 
graphics on the multiscan monitor, 
along with the Spectrum's graphics. 

There is a fatal flaw in your sugges- 
tion, as appealing as it seems. The 
cheapest Amiga is officially about £400, 
ihe cheapest (reasonable) PC about 
£600 including VAT. 

How would any company be able to 
offered a combined package for around 
the £300 mark? Also, the ability to plug 
In PC cards is only really useful tf there 
Is driver software written to take 


advantage of them for the Amiga. 
Commodore s saga wasn't reported on 
British TV news because if wasn't impor- 
tant enough to anyone other than Amiga 
owners. 

No. you would need a PC emulator to 
allow you to run Windows programs on 
your Amiga. 

Sort of. There are programs that 
require WB3,x to run, such as datatypes 

Not as standard, as I’m sure you 
already know. You can buy a hard drive 
controller card which has an external 
SCSI port or alternatively, you enn buy 
an internal CD-ROM drive end put it in 
the 51/4" bay of your machine and 
attach rt to the SCSI controller internally. 


Amiga Computing 


DECEMBER 1995 









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programs and WB 10 the Pkossa _ _ _ _ 

• Supports up lo 256 colors wth WB3.I, even on WOOO and A30M ^ ■ J ^ 

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• HiColor {1 6BiN aid TrueCoior (24 Bit) graphics: 14M colon! 

• Drivers for rets! qrcfkic programs sad) os AdPra. linage 1 : , ImageMaster. Ifeatt B 

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I own an A 1200 wifh a 42fiMb external hard drive. Whenever I try to run games 


J otf my external hard drive I hey have crashed graphics, but on my triend’s 
internal hard drive the games work fine - why is this? 

I have also been trying to run some of my older coverdisk programs, bul when 
I Iry to run them off the hard drive I gel the message software error 80000005 suspend or 
reboot. 

If ! reboot and then change the chip type to original they work fine Would they work on 
an internal drrve or do you still have to change the chipset to original' 7 

Keith Whitfield, Kent 


IF? A Jot of older games and programs that were originally written on the 

'+* * ASOQ and A200G took a lot of things for granted with regards to the OS 

end the graphics hardware. When the A12Q0 came out with its new 05 
and graphics hardware, many of the older Amiga programs ceased to work, as 
they were doing things the new graphics hardware did not like. 

One of the side effects is the crashed graphics effect you are seeing. The AG A 
chipset can display a huge number of new screen modes, but as older programs 
are assuming they will be run on the old chipset, all the graphics appear corrupt 
When you switch to original chipset the A 1200 tries ft s best to look like a nor- 
mal A 500, which is why older programs will work, ft you stsil have problems you 
can try turning off the CPU cache in the early startup menu, accessed by holding 
down both the mouse buttons when you reset your machine. Or try any of the 
numerous degrader programs such as TUDE. 

Running the games off an internal or external drive should make no difference. 
You do not say what Amiga your friend has. If they have an A1200 then perhaps 
they have changed the way the program starts or the computer boots up. 


Harrowing hard 
drills 




I have a standard AS00 to which I 


recently added a Gasieiner 
120Mb hard drive. The problem I 
am havmg is th^t I now cannot run any of 
my 1Mb software as the computer keeps 
saying i! does not have enough memory 
availably even though it does from floppy. 

I contacl ed Gasfslner and, although 
they were very polite, they were of Utile 
help. The engineer did tell me that the 
hard drive uses up some of the RAM. so 
1Mb games will not run from it - even 
though they do install perfectly. He said 
[he only way to cure this is to add more 
memory. 

Is there any way to get the hard drive to 
release this memory as it loads in pro- 
grams? Or are there any other ways of 
adding extra memory considering the trap 
door is occupied? 

If I cannot add any more memory is 
(here any way of connecting the hard drive 
through the PCMCIA slot? 

D Simmons, Herts 


files on and the other to hold, well, your 
other files. Using the HDTool&ox utility, 
if you select partition drive and then 
click on advanced options, you can 
specify the number of buffers that 
should be allocated. This should nor- 
mally be around 32 - any less or much 
more slows access. 

The best chance you have of getting 
a game to run off your hard drive is to 
reset your machine holding both the 
mouse keys down. Then select toot 
with no startup-sequence, type assign 
ENV: ENVARC: and then toadwb. 

II your games still wilt not load you 
can gain a few more K by typing 
addhutfers -50. This removes the hard 
drive s buffers and can gain you about 
60k, 

After all that. if the games still will not 
toad the only way is for you to buy 
some extra memory. In your letter you 
say your trapdoor slot is taken, but a 


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properly fitted hard drive should not 
do this. Perhaps you should double 
check how the hard drive has been 
fitted. 

The only other options are either to 
buy a PCMCIA memory card, which 
you will need to look in a PC magazine 
for, or buy a bear Overdrive mecha- 
nism which fits into the PCMCIA slot 
Both of these, however, are far more 
expensive than just getting hold of a 
A60Q trapdoor memory card, which 
only cost around £30. 


Harrowing hard 
driues II 


^ l am having a horrendous lime 
with my HDQ boot partition, i! 
seems to have a checksum error 
on one of the blocks.. My HOI partition 


Stichq startup 


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It is true that each hard drive 
partition you have requires 
extra memory, for things like 
disk buffers. The disk buffers help to 
increase the speed of access to the 
hard drive but each one uses memory P 
so the more partitions you have the 
more memory you will loose. 

Generally, you Only need two parti- 
tions - one to hold your Workbench 


f hope you can help as 1 seem to have 
lost the startup-sequence for my GVP 
* hard drive. Basically, when I switch on 
my computer it continuously comes up 
with requesters moaning about not being able to 
find volumes ENV and T, among other things. If 1 
boot from the Workbench 2 floppy then 1 get 
some access to the hard drive. What can I do? 

R Gray , Orkney 


Well, it sounds as If some naughty pro- 
gram has been tinkering with your start- 
up-sequence, which from Workbench 


2.04 you shouldn't do anymore. When Workbench 
starts up a number of assigns have to be made. 
Without these a lot of programs get very 
confused and start complaining big style - the 
ENV: assign being one of these and one of ihe 
most important. 

There is a fairly simple solution to your prob- 
lem, All you have to do is replace your startup- 
sequence with a new copy. So if you boot up with 
the Workbench 2 disk and open a shell, type copy 
s; startup -sequence TO dh0:s which will replace 
your corrupt startup sequence with the correct 
version. 


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TECHNICAL 




Do you have a problem?' Do you some* 
times find yourself poised over your 
Amiga with axe in hand, spouting 
profanity at the stubborn refusal of your 
software or hardware to behave properly? 

Well, calm down and swap the axe for 
pen and paper. Jot down your problems, 
along with a description of your Amiga 
setup, and send it off to Amiga Computing Advice Service, 
IDG Media, Media House. Adlingion Park, Macclesfield SKtO 
4NP, Alternatively, e-mail us at AC AS@acomp.demor, co.uk 



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seems la bu find, Sometimes when I turn 
on my machine Ihe purple screen 
appears, asking me to insert a disk. II I 
Itien reset my machine it Will bool oft the 
hard drive but the startup-sequence does 
noi seem to run. as I only get a 4 colour 



screen and no DblPAL 

l have tried venous recover tools such 
as DiskSalv, QBTool$ and Am Back, but 
they all seem to find problems and when I 
try to get them to repair the drive ihey 
crash after about half an hour 

It also appears as if all the icons from 
the drawers are gone, bui not the actual 
Disk, in to icon. I can’t enter any of the 
directories using the shelly but none ol my 
programs are saying ihe disk is not vali- 
dated, and the disk is no! 100% full, which 
ss usually the case of a non validated disk, 

R Borst Netherlands 



Qh dear, you seem to be in a 
spot of bother, I have had my 
share of validating and check- 


sum errors in my time, but I have 
never had some at the symptoms you 
describe. 


In this situation I would either just 
get DiskSalv to do a straight repair, 
which *s normally enough to restore 
the partition to its original state, or 
do a Quick format - which does not 
actually wipe any of the data on 
the drive - and then try to recover 
as much as possible. In your case 
you will have to try the second 
option. 

It is strange that you are gelling the 
purple boot scree n t as this is normally 


Going nowhere 

^ I am having I rouble starting up Epoch Voyager which was an yaur coverdisk. 

I have an A5Q0+, and an external drive. When I click on the 
epoch Voyagervi ale onX icon, the disk drive churns away until I receive the 
error message "Cannot find or insiall Womble font. Make sum you have a font direc- 
tory/ I have Iried renaming the Fonts directory to FONTS and have also put a fonts 
directory on the program disk itself but it does not help. HELP! 

J Hayes, Cardiff 

Epoch Voyager is a little strange in that the Wamble font it refers to is 
\, actually stored in the program.. When you first run it, fit tries to copy 
this font off into your loots directory and it there is no fonts assign you 
will get the, 'cannot find or install* error message. 

Epoch Voyager is trying to use the FONTS: assign to locate the font Called 
Womble font The FONT: assign should point to the directory where the 
Womble loot will be copied to. 

There are a couple of ways to cure this problem. If you are booting from your 
Workbench disk and then running epoch Voyager off your external drive, when 
you now try to run epoch Voyager, the FONTS: assign has already been made! 
so it will run. 


associated with a hardware problem. 
The computer Is not able to find the 
hard drive, in fact It thinks the hard 
drive is not connected- So it would 
have to be either a really bad software 
error or a hardware problem. 

If a quick format does not do the 
irick then I can only suggest com- 
pletely formatting that partition. If this 
is the case you will have to use that 
back up you made of your HDG:* You 
did backup your hard drive didn't 
you? If not, you are unfortunately 
going to have to reinstall the whole 
thing by yourself. 


Amos un- 
professional 

^ For at least two years 1 have 
been silting on AMOS profes- 
sional - the original! copy with 
example disks. The problem I am having 
is that it will not work on my A12Q0„ 
despite a free upgrade sen! to me from 


the company. After booting i have audio 
but just a blank semen, This is also the 
case with any programs wnften in Amos. 
As JUDE given away on your cover disk 
didn't help I was hoping you could give 
mo a lip 

R Hargrove, Germany 



The answer Is fairly straight- 
forward, if a little perplexing. 
Amos pro. and any program 
written with it, will simply not work 
with an A 1200 that has extra memory. 
The only answer Is to rip out your 
memory expansion, 

I would love to know why this hap- 


pens, as I have also tried all sorts of 
things trying to get AMOS pro games to 
work, tf you have left your computer off 
for a good few hours, the AMOS pro 


programs do tend to work for a longer 
period, but once they start locking up 
your computer you can forge I it 

If anyone has a reason why this hap- 
pens. I would love to know, and better 
still if you have an answer to this prob- 
lem please send It in. 




Don’t detail, upgrade todag!! 


I have an A5Q0 with 2Mb Of memory, 
Tl Workbench 1 ,3, and two exiemal disk 
drives. 1 am becoming more and more 
Irusirated that the coverdisks on com- 
puter magazines require hard drives and 
Workbench 2.04, 3,0 etc. 

My question is, if I upgrade to 033,1 by 
changing my kickstart chip will it effect Ihe 
memory in any way, or slow my A5Q0 down. 

<3 Bamaby Gwent 

^ Unless you are exclusively using 
'■*- _ your Amiga for games then I would 
implore you to upgrade to the latest 
version of the OS. When GS2 was first 


released I upgraded as soon as I could and 
never regretted it once, and now OS3,1i is 
far better than even that old release, with 
almost every aspect of Workbench being 
user definable. 

Under OSt.3 you are confined to only rea- 
lly being able to use one of the many file utili- 
ties and the Amiga shell. The latest 
Workbench is far more enjoyable to use, and 
with the addition of programs such a 
Toolmanager. MagicMenu and MCP or 
MultiCX, I very rarely have to resort to using 
things like DOpus 

This is not to mention the more important 
side of things, in that almost all 'serious' 


software will require you to have at least 
0S2.Q4 before it wilt work. And with OS3 
introducing! datatypes. Multi View, double 
buffering, and many graphics optimisations 
programs are now appearing that are 053 
only. 

To actually answer your question. 
Workbench 3.1 will not effect your memory in 
anyway, and should appear to actually work 
quicker than ihe old operating system, with 
windows and menus redrawing faster than 
before. The only thing you should walch out 
for is that it will probably use an extra 100K 
or sc due Id all the new libraries and 
datatypes that are present. 



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Strapped far rash? So is Qaue 
lusich, but thankfully that 
doesnt mean that top Quality 


software is out of reach,. 


Rssassing Dish 
Helper 9 

Programmed by: Various 

Available from: Seasoft 

This disk contains a really interesting col- 
lodion ol utilities. First up is Iconlmage. a 
useful program designed to do a simple 
task quickly. When run if adds itself to the 
Workbench Tools menu and opens up an 
Applcon. Now drop another icon onto this 
and the dropped icon also appears as an 
Applcon on the Workbench, Now drop any 
other icon onto this Applcon and the 
dropped icon image is replaced by the 
Applcon image, Follow that? 

Slightly simpler to explain are EasyWB 
and Drop ’n Act 2„ These bolh sel up an 
Applcons onto which liles can be dropped, 
whereupon predefined actions will be car- 



Prepare a JMpih wiit 
with Hw qrpfliest of 
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HRghk Guide 


Produced by: Robin Evans 

Available from: KEW=3I Software 
Disk No. PI 021 

ARexx is a programming language 
that can make your Amiga a lot morn 
powerful. ARexx scripts can effect- 
ively automate lengthy and tedious 
tasks, which is why so many Word 
and Image Processing applications 
make extensive use of them. It is also 
possible, for example, to send a file 
from one program to another, per- 
form some action or other, and then 
return it to the original application. 



3ifrjdrt£rtij*yp another decent wUJjry 
fmojn 4 a 3*a sin's HeUpers a disk 

rsed out. This is an extremely good idea, 
originally employed on the unfortunately 
buggy DropBox and more recently on 
DrgpTool and ClassAction. I strll prefer the 
latter, however, if only because of the 
greater flexibility it offers. Al the end of the 
day though, any one of these programs 
(wilh the exception ol Dropbox which does 
strange things on WB 3.x machines) will 
make u$mg Workbench an awful lot more 
pleasant. 

TcolAiias is another example of a good 
idea which is slightly lei down in its imple- 
meniaiion. Running as a Commodity, it 


This nicely organised Amiga Guide file 
explains exactly what can be 
achieved using ARexx and how to 
achieve it. The step-by-step tutorials 
are simple to follow but the guide is 
certainly comprehensive, as a quick 
look at the lengthy index will confirm. 
Since A12O0S are not supplied with a 
copy of the standard printed guide to 
ARexx T this disk should prove 
invaluable to many Amiga owners. 

While the complete AmigaGuide 
document Is supplied on the disk, it is 
shareware so you are morally obliged 
to register if you make use of it The 
$15 registration fee is less than a 
book on the subject would cost and 
is not unreasonable considering the 


enables the user to substitute defauli tools 
with their own favourite tools. For example, 
it could be set up so I hat even double- 
clicking on a file which hod MuchMore as 
ihe default tool would result in PPMore ot 
Multiview being called, The program is lei 
down by a slightly imtaling interface which 
makes entering your preferences 
something of a chore, 

Cybernetic Attorney is designed to 
assist in the preparation of legal docu- 
ments, providing forms which only need a 
few relevant details adding before they are 
ready lo use. The documents were origi- 
nally created for use in the United Slates, 
but few changes would be necessary for 
the program to be usefully employed on 
this side of Ihe pond. This demo version 
contains only a few documents, but the 
registered version includes forms for all 
manner of situations. 

Among the rest are Wasted Time, which 
keeps track of ihe lime you're spending on 
your Amiga each day; ClearRAM, which 
empties the RAM Disk quickly but without 
dote! mg the vital Clipboards, EMV and T 
drawers; and HDSleep, which turns oH 
your hard drive motor after a preset period 
of time - although qurte why you'd wanl to 
do this is something of a mystery. 


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lee Hlajnrs #7 

Produced by: BenCowdall 

Available from: Ben Gcwdall 

This Is just a iiltle bit silly. Plenty of 
imagination has been used in the cre- 
ation ol some truly wacky pictures in 
which Lee Majors advocates all manner 
of bizarre things from Surfing While 
Pregnant to The Desert Burial Of 
Richard Gere, all (a Ihe accompaniment 
of a bizarre tune, My personal favourite, 
however, is easily Lee Majors advocat- 
ing a Lone Crusade Against The Posl 
Apocalyptic, Radiation-Soaked Armies 


Ot Darkness, Don't expect stunning art- 
work, but be prepared for some serious 
laughter. 

Forthcoming tiiles from the same man 
include Stars on Teletext and The History 
Of Quorn, which definitely sound like 
ihey'll be worth looking out for. Textured 
vegetable protein in pedicular does indeed 
have great potential as an object of 
ridicule. 


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Assassins dish 510 

Programmed by: Various 

Available from: Seasofi 

P- 

This Assassins g a me disk incudes three 
pretty reasonable offerings, Catapults, 
Muhtar and Super Daieks, which should 
help while away those long; winter 
evenings. 

Caiapults is vaguely reminiscent of 
1 9SQ's action board game Crossbows And 
Catapults. Two players each construct a 
castle, and must then use their catapult to 
destroy the opponent's fortress before 




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their own falls. Catapults has an added 
element, however, in that the population 
of Ihe strongholds are under threat not 
only from the opposition but also from 
possible lack of food or water. To ensure 
that such subsistence shortfalls do not 
occur, it's important when designing your 
fortifications to allow some land for grow- 
ing food, and to make sure your well is not 
a position where it can be easiiy 
destroyed by your enemy. This is an 
enjoyable enough game if played with a 
Inend, although it's scarcely going to stun 
you with its graphics and sound effects. 

Muhtar \$r as it were, a collect-'em-up. 
The sole objective is lo collect the numer- 
ous items scattered arognd me single- 
screen levels within the slrict time limit. 
Unfortunately, since this is achieved by 
simply taking the shortest possible route 
around the screen, (he first few levels 
prove boringly easy, and when the time 
limit smarts To get really tough things just 
get frustrating and tedious. 

Super Daleks was written by a Finn 
who says he’s never seen Doctor Who, so 
he's made up a really wacky story as to 
how the Doctor became involved with the 
infamous extraterrestrial warmongered. 
It's a simple game which I'm sure is based 
on an age old program, the objective 
being to lure the chasing Qaleks into traps 
by moving slop by slop while Ihe mindless 
baddies follow. It looks a bit dated but it 
can be quite challenging, requiring a gfood 
amount of though* at times. 

As individual! efforts, none of the three 



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I want to hear from you if you have any 
program, whatever its purpose, which 
you consider worthy of review. Whether 
it will be freely distributable public 
domain, shareware or licence ware, if 
you feel il's ot sufficient quality lo merit 
coverage then stick it in a jiffy bag or 
padded envelope and send it in with all 
haste I promise I'll at least look at your 
work - even if it's yet another Lottery 
pregram or Klondike cardset. It does 
make my job a lot easier Though if disks 
are clearly labelled. Please also include 
a cover tetter detailing the disk contents 
and price and giving some basic 
instructions. The magic address is: 


Dave Cusick 
PD submissions 
Amiga Computing 
Madia House 
Adlington Park 
Macctesfieid SKIP 4NP 

games are going to win any awards, but 
togelhar they stand up fairly well, and at 
£1 .50 a throw it's hard to go wrong. 

Assassins dish B11 

Programmed by: Various 

Available from: Seasott 

Here we have China Tiles, Mineflunner 
and T h in kA Mania, The first is a Mahjong 
clone with altraclive graphics, lack ot 
originality being excusable on the 
grounds that this is a great liitte game, It 
also fealures Help, Cheal and Undo 
options, meaning that even ihe most 

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pH Karaoke 


Programmed by: Mark Alliban and Paul 
Humphries 

Available from: Online PD 
Disk No. OU212 

Full marks for originality, because this is definitely 
the first time I've seen a PD karaoke package r The 
idea is very simple; stick a tune on CD or tape and 
load the relevant tile into pH Karaoke, then watch the 
words scroll smoothly up the screen and sing them 
as they pass across a big blue line. 

As the authors say, this is the sort ol daft program 
thal could go down a treat at parties or drunken 
orgies. Drag your unsuspecting chums to the com- 
puter and then hit them with REM or Genesis (some 
of my friends do this unprovoked anyway). The 
comic potential is pretty great 

I haven't experienced any problems when testing 
rt with CDs, but if the worst comes to the worst and 
I he words on the screen don't seem to match the 


dull-witted individual can enjoy a quick 
crack. 

In MineRunner, an unashamed 
LodeRunner done, the objective is to 
beat your computer-controlled opponents 
lo the gold scattered around the many 
single screen platform levels. The graph- 
ics and sound are pretty basic but those 
who value the sort ol playability thal many 
old 8-bit games possessed will feel 
instantly at home with this. There are also 
some nice options, such as the support 
for various monitors and for the use of 
Sega Mega Drive control pads as two-but- 
ton joysticks. 

The final game, ThinkAMania, is a 
memory lest. The aim is to clear a 
screenful of cards by turning them over 
two at a time, and removing them if they 
have malching pictures. Excellent graph- 
ics add a no! her dimension lo this hugety 
diverting offering, and I'd certainly recom- 
mend getting this installed on your hard 
drive. As with increasing amounts of soft- 
ware these days, it's shareware, so don't 
forget about ihe author when you're sil- 
ting \n front of the screen late at mghl try- 
ing to remember the location of the other 
card showing a cute pink bunny rabbit. 



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Pro Football 

Programmed by: All Prior 

Available from: AN Prior 

Ali's previous efforts, Pro Gamble and 
Pro Lottery, both earned reviews in these 
pages thanks to their extreme user- 
friendliness, attractive presentation and 
general all-round qua lily. Therefore, Mr 
Prior s decision to send a basketful ol 
chocolate footballs and a small plastic 
whistle along with his latest ottering and 
the trademark fluorescent orange letter 
seemed a slightly strange one. Not that 
anybody in the office minded, of course. 

Fortunately, I need have no qualms 
about allegations of bribery for reviewing 


Enle-fiingi the 
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operation owing 
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Pro Football, because once again Ali has 
come up with a brillignl program. It's hard 
to leSI whether you wilf actually stand a 
better chance of winning the pods with 
this resuit predictor, but this certainly 
appears lo be one of the best programs 
of its kind. 

Fixtures and results are entered using 
the same intelligent system that Pro 
Gamble sported - enter a couple of let- 
ters Of a team name and the program fills 


Find the answer within 




Ben Cowdall 

23 Barn Way, Cirencester, 
Gloucestershire GL7 2LY 
Cost; £1.25 

(Cheques payable to BJ Cowdall) 

David Hill, 

165 Owen Avenue, The Murray, East 
Kilbride G75 9AQ 
Cost: £10 tor registered version 

KEW=II Software 

PO Bex €72, South Croydon, Surrey 
CR2 9Y5 

Tel: 0181-657 1617 

LH Publishing, 

13 Gairfoch Avenue, BJ etch ley 
MK2 SDH 
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All Prior 

10 Lovell Park Heights, Leeds 
LS7 1 DP 


Unit 3, Martel lo Enterprise Centre, 
Courtwick Lane, Littlehampton. 
West Sussex BN17 7PA 
Cost: £1,50 per disk pl*us 50p P&P 


in the irest. There's on-line help available 
throughout should you need i( r although 
it's unlikely because ihe ini erf ace is so 
clear and well designed. 

The full program Is shareware. 
However, send a blank disk and an SAE 
Eo the author and you'll receive a Free 
demonstration version. Mention Amiga 
Computing and ycul even gel a third off 
the registration fee for the full version. 
This man is just too kind. 


Haunted Bm You 


The king of Shareware image processors. Graham 
and Andy Dean's ImageStudio, has now reached 
version 2.2.0. In addition lo an excellent range of 
effects and full AFtexx support, it now boasts a 
colour proview window, and modularised loaders 
and savers for scores of file types including PNG, 
EPS, Targa and Tiff. The program is as slable as 
ever, and represents great value for money at only 
£10 for the full registered version, Those who have 
already registered can use their keytile to unlock the 
tales! demonsi ration version, 

There's also now a printed version of the manual, 
which is nicely designed and illustrated and cosls 
£5-99, It Is supplied with the latest unregistered 
version of the program and can be obtained From 
Larry Hiokmotl at LH Publishing- 
Another program which seems to keep on improv- 
ing ai a phenomenal pace is David Hill's disk cata- 
loguing program r TurboCAT, Now with the suffix Pro, 
it offers the opportunity to have six databases run- 
ning, allows access Eo the main calaloguing section 
and the search section aE the slarl of Ehe program. 



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Ihe ail-dancing imagoStudio 2,2.0 

and has undergone somdlhing of an overhaul 
visually. A PD demo Is available, with registration 
costing a tenner, Those who have already rogislerad 
can upgrade simply by sending Mr Hill two blank 
disks and an SAE. 


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ding video'? Scale Is your program of ^choice. 
With all these advantages, it s oasirftLSte why 
millions of people the world over chose the 


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reports cmlhet aidbt pieces of software that 
make up the bundle for the AtiOC, and watch 
out for tutorials for using your Amiga in the 
com! ha months. 


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To compSemenl Photogenics. try ImagoF/X v2.1 
from Nova Design (£249 99 from Wizard 
Developments 01322 2729031. II was reviewed 
in our August issue and highly rated. You will 
need more memory lo got I he best from it and a 
hard drive is a must. 


The best solution for 24'bit painting on a 
I^LLjbudget Phologenlcs offers unhe- 
T^li&vable power for a very low price 
L V (well, nothing in fact because it s 
^ \ included free in Ihe bundle - ed). The 
My bundled version that comes with the 
JfV ^ new At 200 pack has been limited 

In certain respects, but it you 
4* send In your registration card to 
% I the nice people at Al math era „ they 
p M Ak-^ 1 instantly send you out a 
M / M disk with a demo of the full 
fi A version of Photogenic* so you 
I 1 l_rao see what you are missing. 

^ pi what exactly is Photogenics? 
| Photogenics combines ihe power of 
image processing functions with painting 
tools to allow you to create 24-bit pictures fa 
24-bii picture Is one that has a palette which 
can consist of as many as 16,778.216 
colours). Photogenics is ideal for retouch- 
ing scans or video grabs, or Just painting 
from scratch onto fresh digital canvas The 
program can be a little slow a* times, but 
this Isn't ao Surprising when you realise the 
amount of data that has 1 q> be calculated, 
Photogenics doesn't have any animation 
facilities because that is not where its focus 
lies, it concentrates solely on the still image 
- art for art s sake, you might say. One of 
the major reasons for upgrading from the 
bundled version of Photogenic* to the com- 
plete version would be the enhanced range 
of file formats that Photogenic* can load 
and save 

In addition to standard file formats like 
BMP and PCX, familiar to PC users, you can 


are some details of what is missing from the 
full package: 


• No text facility 0 No crop i a citify 
0 No compose facility 
0 Limited number of loaders and savers 
0 No new icons support 
0 No cybergraphic support 0 No twirls 
0 No printing 0 No alpha channels 


also make use of Photogenics 1 font loader, 
which allows you to create text inside 
Photogen ics, and its Plasma loader which 
generates a swirling fractal pattern. But even 
more important than these are the full 
version of Photogenics 1 support for alpha 
channels and camposifing functions. 

A technical discussion of Alpha channels 
would be too much to go into here, but if 
you think of them as being like stencils 
which allow you to overlay one image over 
another masking oul parts of the image, 
you'll have some idea. This extremely pow- 
erful technique is used by professionals to 
allow the Eiffel Tower to appear in ihe same 
skyline as the Empire State building and Big 
Ben, and haa as many uses as you have 
braincells- 

For users familiar with Photogenic* who 
are contemplating buying a new A1200, here 


The version included 
has been updated 
and seems slightly 
faster than the 
previous release, 
but some of the 
more annoying 
graphic glilches 
have been cleared 
up and it still 
offers good value 
lor money. (Worth 
£49.95) 



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The only one of Ihe puck ayes in I his 
bundle lo have been included in previous 
Amiga bundles, Personal Paint is a 
stalwart of Amiga graphics. Designed to 
work inside Ihe Amiga’s p&letle range, 
unlike Photogenics, Personal Paint gives 
you the ability to work in anything from 
two to 256 colours, perfect for on-screon 
work and animation. 

Personal Paint also has a few tweaks 
ever DPaint, tho Amiga's best-known 
paint package. These include image 
processing functions that can be applied 
to a brush, an area of the screen or the 
entire picture, giving you effects like 
embossing, blurring and gradient fills. 
Personal Paint has more features lhan 
you can shake a slick at, including 
Stereogram generation (both SIPS and 
SlRDS), colour reduction, image conver- 
sion, virtual memory (a system which 
uses your hard drive as memory), AResx 
support and a completely user-definable 
user interface. Personal Paint still lacks 
some of DRaint's finer details, tike the 
move requestor, but at I oast Personal 
Paini is still being developed. 

The fun doesn’t stop there with 
Personal Paint. Because it supports the 
system clipboard, it makes the ideal 
companion to your icon editor, letting 
you use Personal Paints far superior 



tools for the creation of your icon, which 
can then simply be copied and pasted 
back into the icon editor. 

This is just one of the ways in which 
you can combine Personal Paint with 
other soflware. You could take your 24- 
bit output from Photogenics, bad it into 
Personal Paini which would then convert 
if down to 256 colours (or fewer if you 
warned it io>_ You could then add a text 
caption to the picture and save it back 
out. Once you'd done this it would be 
child's play to load up Word worth and 
load the picture into a document, thus 
accompanying your lexl with pictures. 


To com pic mom Personal Paint, why 
not try Deluxe Pamt V by Electronic 
Ads. It as available from a wide range 
of dealers. 

Deluxe Paml Is fhe program with 
the longest pedigree on the Amiga (it 
was also In the first bundling deal) and 
was the first to provide an integrated 
animation and painting environment in 
one program. 


Uerdirt 

Personal Paint is one of those 
pieces of software that was a bit 
shaky to start with, but through 
several years of development by a 
committed publisher. Personal Paint 
has thoroughly grown up. The 
stereogram tools are the best (if not 
the easiest lo use) of any system 3 
have seen on the Amiga, and there 
am functions that can be performed 
in Personal Pain! Ihal can"! be 
achieved al any price with other 
Amiga graphics software. 

Weil done Cioanto and new 
Amiga owners youVo gol a groat 
bit of software there- (Worth £49.95) 


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Turbocalt ulS 


Turhocalc is probably the best-known spreadsheet on the 
Amiga these days. Its looks hark back to Gold Disk's Pro 
Calc, now no longer in production, but is bang up-lo-dstt 1 
and brimming with features. 

The copy of Turbocale in the bundle is the full version, 
lacking only the nice bo* and proper manual (mosi ol the 
bundled productivity software has one combined manual t of 
the normal release- Turbocalc is originally a German 
program, although the rights to it have been bought by 
Amiga software giant Digita and further development will 
bring it more into tine with their other products. In Germany 
it has sold over 50,000 copies over its three year life, which 
is certainly not bad going. 

The changes that have been made to Turbocaic since ver- 
sion 2 are numerous and extensive. The program has been 
updated to take advantage of all of Workbench 3.1 s abilities, 
including Locale support (for foreign language versions), 
online help and system clipboard support. Turbocalc's 
import and export functions are superb and allow the impor- 
tation and exportation of spreadsheets in the most popular 
formats (Excel and Lotus 123}, along with data compatibility 
with the other Digits products included with the Amiga 1200 
Magic pack. Turbocalc can create charts in a wide variety of 
formats, from the simple bar to snazzy 3D pie charts and 
scientific functions like sine waves and hyperbolic curves 
Another of the features that has been improved is Ihe way 
you can move cell contents around. In common with many 
packages on other platforms, you can click on the cell or 
cells you wish to displace, then simply drag the cells to a 
new location. 


Comparison 


Once you've put Turbocalc through it's paces, why noi have a 
look ai Final Calc from Softwood (coni act Gordon Harwood 
01/73 836731}, when il becomes available, Final Calc is the lat- 
est in Softwood's software stable and should be graced with the 
same clean, speedy interface as the other products in the range. 


Uerdirt 


UnriE Final Calc gets leased. Turbocalc is the Amiga's 
premier spreadsheet, afterwards, we’l, we h see, Turbocalc 
can be somewhat idiosyncratic al limes, but even as il stands 
it works well. After Digita get iheir mitls on it properly. I'm sure 
Turbocalc will be ihe friendliest spreadsheet available for any 
platform. (Worth E49.95) 


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Amiga Technologies' emphasis on the 
Amiga's productivity power will never be 
laken seriously unless the word- 
processor comes up to scraich, After 
all. spreadsheets and image processors 
serve specialist requirements, bui 
everyone needs to print a lelter off once 
in a while. 

Fortunately. Wordworth SE already 
has a good reputation with Amiga 
enthusiasts as a good value word- 
processor, and ihe lew important 
additions included in the new version 
can only make it more appealing. 

For anyone unfamiliar with the 
program. SE is a cut-down version of its 
full priced sibling. It lacks some of its 
big bro’s more specialised features, but 
retains the most commonly used tools 
and, most importanily, will run on the 
standard A 1200. 

New for this version, Digita have 
incorporated style sheets and ARexx 
support. For most users it will be the 
style sheets that have the greatest 
impact on the way they work since they 
allow for drag and drop editing ol your 
document's layout, In effect, they let 
users manage their page layouts 
more easily while allowing for greater 
consistency between all ol their 
documents. Text is formalled instantly 
by simply dragging and dropping a 
particular style onto the desired section 
of your work, 

ARexx is the powerful interprocess 
communication language which opens 
up new possibilities for the more techni- 
cally minded users. Basically, il will 
allow you to control other programs 
from wilhin Wordworth, a feature that 
was not available in the last version. 

The program's speed has also been 
improved, though the pretty interlace 
still takes it toll by making SE a tad 
sluggish for some tasks. File sharing 
capabilities with Turbocalc are also 
welcome additions, allowing users to 
maximise their bundle. 


Comparison 

SE is a cul down version of the full 
priced Wordworth, version 4 of which 
should be available by Ihe time you 
read this The Magship program 
includes advanced features like a table 
of contents generator or the librarian 
facility, but then H costs more (£149 for 
y.3.1) it won't work on the basic Amiga. 
Final Wriler Release 4 is equally 
incomparable, since it now requires 
3Mb ol RAM and a hard drive. 


Uerdict 

Wordwofth SE was an impressive 
enough product when released al the 
beginning ot 1995, and this version 
adds a few valuable extras that will be 
ihe icing on the cake for many users. 
It's not the most advanced word- 
processor available for the Amiga, bul 
the combination ot a colourful and 
friendly interface, combined with 
powerful features like auto-correction 
and ihe new siyle s heels lift it far 
above the level of poor man's 
substilute. In all, SE is a package Itiat 
will serve the average user admirably. 
(Worth £49.99) 



Wordworth SE may be cul down* but many 
Of Ih# design tools are in fact 






FEATURE 





Databases are rather dull by their 


nature, but they serve a valuable 


purpose and, as this program proves. 


they don’t have lo be as bland as is 


often expected. Oatasloro has the 


advantage of being about the most 


modern looking database available 
for the Amiga, 

The interface follows the principles 
set by oilier Oigila programs includ- 
ing Wordworlh, which means it fits 
neatfcy in as part of the bundle. Users 
can therefore expect colourful icons, 
a floating tool bar* and online help to 
make using the program more 
intuitive. 

Those of you who don't want to 
spend too much time compiling files 
o1 boring information will be relieved 
to find Digita have included prede- 
fined databases that will Instantly 
meet many enthusiast s needs. We 
have, for example, the usual address 
book along with olhcrs like club 
membership records, plus supercar 
collection and recipe files. These are 
often colourfully designed with 


hove nehw so good - 

though j[ fortes iVm at I ho expense or spend 

pictures. Those I hat want to start from 
scratch will find that the normal field 
creation tool used for slapping down 
data is accompanied by powerful 
design features. Records can be made 
more interesting using the box, 
caption and picture frame generators - 
although ss with Wordworth p use of 
pictures tends lo slow the program 
down. 

Naturally, a search facility is incor- 
porated, but more interesting is the 
query tool that makes it easier to 
organise your data. It's thanks to this 
that users will find Datastore particu- 
larly adepl al narrowing a search down 
to a specific collection of records, 


[omparison 

Datastore will obviously be compared 
with Final Data vl which is on our 
CoverDisk this month, and it: has to be 
said ll hoars up favourably when it 
comes to cosmetic gloss. On Ihe other 
hand. Final Data is Faster, less fussy, 
and appeals to people who want to get 
the dull business of data out of the 
way. Daiastore, however, has more 
polish and will suit the hobbyist bettor. 


Met 


An obvious choice to go wrih 
Word worth, ihis well received data- 
base has been tweaked to remove 
the odd bug and given a trie sharing 
facility for use with Turbocalc. 
Datastore isn’t new, bur ii still has a 
very modern approach and it's 
colourful design will appeal to many 
database users. (Worth $49.99} 




Scala nimBDO 


Sea in will only be Included with A120QS that come with i Attsd nr. re drive Ham (Mw 
owners will not be supplied with the disks that Scala is installed from, nor a manual. 
Users wishing to get these items can contact Scala UK on 01S20 444294, where they 
wilt be told what the situation is. 

Scala is one of the killer apps that makes the Amiga what it is, In its simplest form it 
can be regarded as a superior video titling program, bul Scala offers much more than 
just that. This version supports ihe control of laser disc players and industrial video 
recorders, i$ AFtexx coni rel iable, and comes with a wide selection of bitmap fonts and 
professionally designed video resolution backdrops, Scala's interface is one of (he most 
intuitive of the Amiga and allows for a very quick start to your presentations. 


Comparison 

The only thing on ihe market (hat 
can beat Scala MysotTs perfor- 
mance is Scala MM40Q; so ar> 
upgrade to that would be a good 
move it you need the 
power, but be aware lhat the 
besl can only be had from either 
version wilh additional RAM and 
processor power. 


Uerdict 

Scala MM300 Is possibly one of the best 
pieces of software available for the Amiga, 
and the fact lhat new Amiga owners will be 
getting it for free is a tribute to Amiga 
Technologies powers of persuasion. This 
package alone is worth the price of the hard 
drive version of the A1200, so if you can, save 
your pennies lor a hard drive equipped Amiga. 



Trie final package in the business/hciusehoid software suite 
from Digita is Ogamser vl, and basically it’s an electronic 
Filofax designed to lei users organise their work and social 
appoiniments on computer. 

Once again. Organiser is controlled using Digita's now 
familiar tool bars end requesters, and the designers have even 
managed to give It some of Ihe trendy styling any self-respect- 
ing yuppie should expect from their filofax. Thus you can turn 
pages by clicking at their comers, and sections are subdivided 
with colourfui tabs sticking out a< Ihe side. 

As well as the diary that constitutes the largest part of the 

I package, there are aiso sections set aside for your addresses, 
tasks and calendar. Most important for novelty, however, is the 
supplement section which allows users to 'clip in' things like 
conversion tables, dialling codes or even wine and restaurant 
lists. Lots of supplements are included with the package, but 
you can also use Wordworth to make your own. 

So far, though, Organiser has little to recommend it over a 
reaf filofax, The fact that users can automatically repeat regular 
entries as required - for example their weekly squash game - 
and lhai alarm chimes have been included does go some way 
to giving ihe computerised version an extra charm. Portability 
problems are only partially overcome, however, by the fact that 
Organiser will print pages to fil in real life filofaxes. 

Comparison 

Organiser Is one of those odd programs thai doesn't really 
have a commercial counterpart to square up to. There was 
Digiia's Day by Day and a number of PD attempts, but users 
wanting a more professionally designed product won't be able 
to find anything better on Ihe Amiga. 


Maintaining the general level of quality lhat is a 
with the serious software in the bundle. Orgs 
attractive and could hardly be easier to use. W 
commercial electronic organiser is worth buy- 
ing is rather debatable - after all. ihe main 
attraction of a filofax is that you 
can consult ft wherever you may 
be. This weakness aside, however. 

Organiser will doubtless prove 
valuable as a compliment lo the 
rest ot the Digita software included 'f" : 

in the bundle. (Worth S39.99} TjJ 



rh* uitimMe yuppit? accessory from fho *30$ now comes 
in computerised torn a* part of the Amiga bundle 








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Pinball mania 


life 

The second game in this package is Whizz from Microvalue 
Flair. It Is an isometric platformer which takes a rather similar 
theme to that of Lewis Carroll s Alice in Wonderland* with the 
main character of a rabbit and fantasy-like backgrounds. 

The player controls the rabbit who has to move through vari- 
ous levels to escape his adversary. Ratty, with a set time limit to 
do it in. As well as avoiding certain enemies, there are puzzles 
to solve and parte of scenery to interact with to continue the 
journey. Bonuses can be collected to raise the 
players score and other objects found to replenish energy and 
time. 


So now you Vo road up on the various software 
Titles that come wilh the new Amsga 1200 bundle. 
We at Anvgfl Computing thirnk that this has gol lo 
be the strongest bundle deal yel for an Amiga 
particularly ii you are buying the hard drive 
version which comes with multimedia heavy- 
weight Scaia Mosl of the software ts oil her in a 
version new to us or has boon adjured to stni 
the A 1200, and with a tola! value of well over 
£300 lor Hie standard pack and E500 lor the hard 
drive pack including Scala initial misgivings 
about the prices ol ihe new Amiga 1200s have to 
ho revised.. 

On co you've plumbed the depths ol Ihe titles 
bundled with the Amiga 1200, you'll be well- 


prepared for diving into Ihe Wider world of Amiga 
software oul there. Some ot the lilies you'll read 
about In our magazine and others will require a 
more powerful machine lhan Ihe one Amiga 
Technologies supplies as siandard, but the 
beauty of the Amiga is that, unlike older plat* 
lorms, you don't have to pay tor everything at 
once A hard drive, accelerator card* monitor and 
CD-ROM drrve arc all fairly esseniial purchases, 
bul ones that enn made over a period of time 
The Amiga 1200 is a superb machine and 
Amiga Technologies have done an admirable job 
of bringing ii out in lime tor Christmas There 
were additions that every Amiga owner wanted, 
but they can wait until next year 


INSTALLER WORRIES 


What il you can't afford the hard drive version? Whai it 
you can only jusl scrape together the cash for Ehe floppy 
only version, but you will be able lo buy a hard drive at 
a -later dale? Will you have the same problems that 
plagued early A 1 200 buyers when it came to installing a 
hard drive? The answer, for ihe time being, is no. 

Amiga Technologies have said to us that all A 1200s 
will come with Ihe full six disk installation of Workbench 
3.1. Including the hard drive install disk anri hard: drive 
manual addendum. However, as Jonathan Anderson 
staled, the extra disk and manual are an expense thal 
Amiga Technologies mighi noi be wiping to continue lo 
uphold, so later Amigas may well not come with this 
disk and manual. However, all is nol lost, you will be 
able lo ring Amiga Technologies and thoy will supply 
you wilh Hiram for a nominal fee. 


Amiga Computing 


QraphicarHy T Hi* game look * very 


nFCEMRER 1995 


Comparison 


A cnhcism levelled at the 
commercial version was that it 
was too hard* so Flair have 
made the game easier and 


have also made Ihe game 
controllable vie both the 
keyboard and the joystick. It 
retails at £25.99. 


Whizz was released quilo a while back and if Amiga 
Technologies really felt that a platformer was a necessary inclu- 
sion l hen Afaddin would have boon better because graphically it 
was outstanding and really did push the A 1200's capabilities* 


Uerdict 

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21st Century have built up a reputalion as publishers of some of the finest pin- 
ball sims ever released, so when Amiga Technologies announced they were 
including their latesl sim in ihe bundle, high hopes were raised Unfortunately, 
it soon became apparent that this title was nowhere up to the same quality as 
its predecessors. This time they have chosen Spidersofi as developers instead 
ol Digiial Illusions - a big mistake. 

The graphics are unimpressive but this isn't the main problem, it's the paya- 
bility which is totally unrealistic. The ball movement feels sluggish and Pven 
when your fiippers are shooling at lull power, they aren't responsive The 
missions provide some entertainment but it is not as playable as ii should be. 


Thn qr.ip/iici Eert.ijnly dort f 
jihow rt ft the AG A chipset 

Pinball Mania follows on the long line 
ol pmball simulations from publishers 
21 si Century, 

Four tables are available wilh 
a variety of themes from spiders to 
law, each wilh some imaginative 
missions. On the table Jailbreak/for 
instance, one of the tasks is to gel the 
ball into Sentence Ball-Trap to 
sentence a suspect or you can spell 
the word Guard lo call the guards and 
slop a riot. The second table, Jackpot, 
works particularly well with its gam- 
bling theme, so contains sub-games 
like Roulette or a fruit machine 
mission. Kick-Off has a 2-ball multi- 
ball feature tor the penally shoot out 
mode and finally. Tarantula has all 
kinds of mysterious passage ways. 


CJnJwl , U!TMi£i*Jp (ft® fealt and (tippet 
FTTOV*m0iff don't feat aH that realistic 


[omparisan 

The game is AGA only and pretty 
close lo the commercial version, 
although it may have some minor 
tweaks made, bul as yet it is unclear 
what, exactly. Gameplay, though, will 
remain the same. II will retail at £29.99. 

When compared with other 
pinball titles this looks poor. Pinball 
Illusions would have been a better 
inclusion because it had excellent 
graphics and realistic gameplay, II 
Amiga Technologies wanted a more 
recent pinballer, |hey should have 
opted tor Obsession because 
although this would run on all 
Amigas, it had better graphics. 







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* * ■ of the Reno to do the same for the 
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** m e the Fesl were busy doubling, 
a.r^jpling and sextupltng drive speedy, 
J sion were employ mg a bit ollatera I 
* rtg After some truly ingenious design 
■ ■ ms Reno wns born. At first glance 
- ™uU mistake il for yel another 
- J Ph of design ovet content. However, 
-■T in vesliy alien soon reveals there's a 
1 1 nwi to the Heno then good looks. 

~ r * heart ol the unit is, of course, the 
CO player itself. On the face of it ihere are 
* rf any, surprises - the usual tape deck 
--sport conlrois, volume dial, headphone 
"fit, lid lock and optional external power 
‘•'■el. in short, 'ye Okie 1 mobile CD player. 

1 . J rake a quick glance around the back 
i F Ca totally new dimension appears, 
"curtesy of iwo guides and a SCSI 
: onnecfion, you can add a detachable 
S " SI module transforming your portable 
D into a portable CD-ROM. Add a link 
*' : m your Amiga via an appropriate SCSI 
able and ‘hey presto, 1 instant CO- ROM or 
-D player - battery or mams powered. 

On the rear ol the SCSI module sit two 
- m 50- pin D-ring SCSI connectors for 
rput and pass-thru, separated by a small 
:il to select an appropriate unit number - 
w nasty dip switches on this IiEHq cutie. 

The adual SCSI connections are perhaps 
B ne only sticking points on the Reno. 


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Aside from the CD, SCSI module. SCSI 
cable, power supply and manuals, the 
makers have also thrown a few extra 
goodies into the equation in the form 
of a rather stylish carrying case, plus 
a pair of rather naff headphones. My 
advice would be to ditch the head- 
phones and invest in a decent pair. 
The CD's sound quality is excellent 
and the freebies simply don I do the 
Reno justice. 

During the tests, the unit performed 
faultlessly either as a portable or 
under mains power. The alter egos of 
CD-ROM and CD player appear to sit 
effortlessly together and the ability to 
swap roles when required makes ft. at 
worst, a great money saver. 

if speed is important, a dual speed 
delivering a perfectly respectable 
130ms access may simply not cut 
the mustard. However, stack the 
innumerable plus points against this 
one limitation and you stffl end up 
with a machine which combines 
great design, good build quality, 
exceptionally flexibility, and an 
unbelievable price within a true 
innovation. 


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Ailhough perfectly functional they are in 
the new SCSI II style - as opposed to the 
traditional 25-pin or large 50-pin 
Centronics connectors. 

Jn the Reno's defence it does come with 
a cable which links the new style plug to 
a traditional 25-pin SCSI - this being the 
external standard lor most Amiga SCSI 
controllers. Only SCSI tl controllers use 
ihe mini 50 Q-ring as standard. The 
cable Is fine it you're connecting the 
Feno direct to the machine but if you're 
planning to use n with ettner a Squirrel or 
perhaps at ihe end of a SCSI chain you'll 
need a! least one additional bit of kit. 


GENDER BENDING 

Assuming you're going to add the Reno 
at the end ol the chain you'll need what's 
known as a gender bender. Basically, this is 
a small dongle which enables you to con- 
nect a traditional 60-pin Centronics to the 
Reno's mini 50-pin D-ring, Alternatively, you 
could use the same gender bender and 
add ihe Reno in at the beginning of the 
SCSI chain, with its accompanying cable 
making the initial connection lo the 
machine. Whichever way you choose, 



there's still the small matter ot £20 lo be 
added to the bill lor the afl important gen- 
der bender. 

Portability, in relation lo the Amiga, isn’t 
an issue, unless you have some weird 
idea about trundling your Amiga about in a 
wheel barrow accompanied by a couple of 
car batteries. The portability issue does 
have wider implications if you're forced to 
use a PC or Mac for computing on the 
move and the Reno will be equally a! 
home on both platforms. 

In addition lo (he Ami-CD-ROM software, 
the Reno also ships with software lor both 
the PC and Mac. So. whether you're on 
■ he road ot at home with your Amiga, the 
Reno is ideai. Not surprisingly, both the 
CD and its accompanying SCSI module 
boast battery compartments if mams 
power isn’t an option. /TW 



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Amiga Computing 


DECEMBER 1995 







FEATURE 


+hQ 


ohn Loader doesn't have 
much time for journalists- As 
chief investigator for ELSPA r s 
crime unit, he realises that a certain, 
amount of public relations work is 
required, but you get the feeling his 
heart's not really in it. 

When interviewed al the ECTS, 
Loader was polite, but ho gave ihe 
impression it was a bit of a chore. In 
contrast so all the PR people chattering 
away throughout Olympia that day, 
Loader exhibited no interest in making 
over- inflated claims tor his organisation; 


A down-lo-earth man with 30 years 
experience in the police tore© behind 
him, h© seemed oddly out of place in 
Ihe hoi air environment that constitutes 
the European Trade Show, 

His comments on the extent of the 
problem facing the industry, however, 
are as revealing as they are brief. 
According to ELSPA’s figures published 
in May 1995, the game induslry loses 
S2.7 billion a year, while the business 
software commumly loses an astound- 
ing $7.8 billion lo fraud. Loader admits 
even that estimate might be conserva- 
tive, however - Nintendo US boss 
Howard Lincoln claimed $5 billion was 
lost every year by the games industry 
alone, 

Given Ihese figures. Loader has lo 
be realistic about what ELS FA’ s crime 
□nit can achieve. ^Qn a target by target 
basis we’ve had almost 100 per cent 



John braider, si^rolicertati, 
mtw fepprfiifS ELSPJ 
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success," he remarked “But the limited 
resources mean we re not going to solve 
Ihe problem. 1 

Limited resources indeed - the words 
crime unit might sound rather grand 
when you realise it's comprised of just 
John Loader and his assistant investiga- 
tor Karen Baffin. This has not stopped 
them from busting some of the most 
serious counterfeiting operations in Ihe 
counl ry, 

Since its inception in April 1994, the 
crime unit has uncovered criminal soft- 
ware theh conspiracy, illegal Bulletin 
Board opera lore and even the seizing of 
illegal software at car boot sales With 
such a broad range of criminal activity to 
cover, Loader's team found that just 
seizing illegal software at the point of 


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fighting the problem al the root, 

Now the crime unit hires private 
investigators on $ job by fob basis to 
follow up on lip offs, Information often 
comes from employees within com pa 
nies with dubious operations as well as 
from customers that receive suspicious 
goods. 

Investigators will sometimes make 
lest purchases to prove counterfeited 
software is being sold, but in the case ol 
Ihe larger criminal operations, Loader's 
team has worked closely with the police 
o Plain ing search warrants and accom 
panying (hem on raids to collect the evi- 
dence required to bring the pirates to 
justice, 

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closely with the police and the trading 
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Software piracy is on the increase, costing the industry billions 
earh year. Since its establishment in 199 % howeuer, USP9‘s 
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Amiga owners take the problem of piracy par- 
IcUarty seriously. The music business has been 
- ^ ng that illegal copying is kiting off music, but 
9ts has never done any] lung la slap people taping 
and the same attitude applies lo software, 
Tedious sermonising is not Amiga Computing $ 

' m . e but you might be mieresied in how these 
^■es affect you as an end user. It i$ well known 

■ the Amiga has suffered particularly at the 
-^nds of blackmarket traders, and this has led to 

■ iher prices and nervousness in the industry 
about developing for the platform. 

^ake DMA Design, for example. Makers of the 
: neno men ally successful Lemmings, DMA sul- 
'-'ed so much from piracy it was the major reason 
■or rheir subsequent abandonment of the Amiga. 
3 man Little, Lemming's designer and now devel- 
opment manager for Gametek, commented 1 don't 
■nink there were many Amiga owners that didn't 
have a copy, and a high percentage- of those were 
. rated 71 Worse, he points out, the more popular a 
„fogram is the mom people will want to crack it. 


Burnt fingers 


Piracy in the music and games industries are both 
similar problems, but the comparison sometimes 
conceals seme important differences. For example. 
Little believes the selling of bootleg copies in car- 
boot sales and markets is more common with 
games. Mu$ic CDs cost £13 whereas games cost 
£30, so obviously the bootlegger can make much 
more of a profit out of I he latter, The difference 
between a music CDs pnee and a gold disc is not 
so rewarding. 

Given how widespread this activity now is R are 
ELS PA doing enough to fight the problem? 

"Well it's one of those things where you cam 
never do enough, 71 Little says. Ho pointed out 
that progress will be slow, since getting as far 
as a prosecution for illegal copying takes months. 

Unlike with the musks business, whore the tran- 
sition to CD has probably encouraged more home 


illegal duplication thanks to its superior sound 
quality, the game industry's move to CD could radi- 
cally reduce I he amount of casual copying of 
games by individuals. 

Simon doubts, however, that tf will have any such 
benefits as far as the commercial and industrial 
pirates go. As he knows from his own experience 
with another game called Journeyman, the profes- 
sionals can manufacture high quality, convincing 
copies of everything from a game’s CD to its pack- 
aging and artwork, and then go on to Hood whole 
markets in the Far East with their illegal versions 


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:e and understanding of police proce- 
cure is vital However, the crime unit will 
..ndertake private prosecutions on 
ehalf of 11s members when the police 
* "n't take certain cases to court. 

Many in the games industry had 
"oped that the transition to CD-ROM as 
■ _ e main software formal would help to 
■educe piracy, but Loader quickly puls 
pay lo that theory, J, lf$ as easy to copy 
software now as it over was/ he states. 
you just have to spend E5Q0G on a 
decent computer, tapest reamer and a 
CD writer, Then you just need the gold 
discs, which cost as little as £5 each 
■vhen bought in bulk.* 

Nor does he think it's likely that 
advancements in the technology of pira- 
cy protection will solve the problem In 
The foreseeable future.. From the outset 




Jn i target tg target basis « 
liad almost IjD per m\ mim 
But the limited resources mm uiE'rp not going to 
siIijp tiie problem.' 



John Loader 



of video gaming, developers have 
sought to outsmart the code crackers 
with a whole range of tricks, all to no 
avail. Loader is equally riDn-plussed by 
the latest efforts by companies like 
Nimbus and Disk Express, staling, 


"We've yet to see anything thal 
works in practice. It seems (hat if 
you can make IE , someone else can 
break it." In fact, as is the case with 
hackers obsessed with breaking into the 
most protected computer systems in the 
world, there is a whole community of 
crackers who enjoy the challenge of 
overcoming the latest protection sys- 
tems. 

Loader was actually approached by 
such a crew while at the show, and they 
asked him if he thought they were the 
villains. “Maybe not," he responded "but 
ihey provide the tools that niake^^ 
the crime possible." 



conspiracies 


In its short history the ELSPA crime unit has success- 
fully uncovered several major criminal conspiracies, 
each of which show how easy it is for individuals to 
make pirate copies ot software without spending a for- 
tune on equipment. 

In true Cnme watch Tradition, the piracy underworld 
has Jfs own characters that crop up again and again. 
One such person is Trevor Bell, a redundant British 
Rail Signaller known throughout the international 
pirate BBS network hy his handle of Hot Tuna/ 

Belt was selling pirated versions of major software 
titles when he had the misfortune of being 
approached by John Loader acting as a customer He 
offered Loader a CD containing £30.000 worth of 
Nintendo games, all for the price of £28. Bell also had 
CDs apparently containing every current game and 
business program available for the PC, which he was 
selling for the same price. He was duly prosecuted 
and sentenced la 200 hours community service with a 
warning that failure to carry it out could result in a 
prison sentence., 

That was back In May this year. Beil obviously 
found his previous line ot work loo rewarding la aban- 
don, however, because by August the ELSPA crime 
unii had fresh information about the 24-year old man's 
activities. This led lo a raid on 31 August when 
Loader, trading standards officers, and members of 
West Mercia CID. uncovered illegal property in hous- 
es In Redditch and Kidderminster. Bell was at the 


Kidderminster address at the lime of the raid. 

As well as discovering two ROM writing machines 
and two DAT tape-streamers, they also uncovered a 
Fibrary of Over 200 gokf CDs, including one containing 
Windows 95 A number of copied CDs were already 
boxed and set tor shipment, including Windows 95, 
the BT phone disk and lots more Nintendo and PC 
software, These finds, combined with iltegal products 
discovered at a separate bust made in Yorkshire, 
meant the crime unit had uncovered millions of 
pounds worth of pirated gold CDs in that month alone. 

Funnily enough, while carrying out (he 
Kidderminster raid ihey also found a number of items 
identified as coming from a recent burglary at the 
ELSPA offices. 

Another colourful character, Nicolas Vivaldi, made 
a rather feeble attempt lo escape conviction when he 
was charged with four offences of Copyright theft in 
July. Pleading not guilty io any of the offences, Vivaldi 
went on lo accuse John Loader of planting a total ol 
41 counterfeit CDs on him and of altering Fetters to 
accomplices found on the suspect's computer. 

Not surprisingly the Magistrate dismissed these 
allegations and ruled that EL SPA's Crime Unit had 
acted correctly and uncovered clear evidence of his 
dealings in copied software. Loader later estimated 
the total value of the software in Vivaldi's possession 
at over one million pounds - none of which was paid 
for. 


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O mducing hard copy from your printer 
has always been a bit of a trial on 
tho Amiga, What do you do when the 
computer you are working on can create 24- 
bit, IB million colour graphics, but you can 
only print In 16 shades of grey? You should 
buy yourself a new colour printer, Of course. 
What about if you are really into DTP but 
you only have an old 9-pin dot matrix printer? 
You buy a black and white laser or inkjet 
Surely those kinds of printers are way too 
expensive and designed for other types of 
computer? Well yes and no. It's true that in 
the current climate, with ihe Amiga attempting 
to hurl itself back onto ihe market, very few 
printer manufacturers are directly supporting 
Amiga computers. Even Wolf Faust, designer 
of the excellent Studio ll» has no plans to 
support certain new kinds of printers. 
(Studio II is a program that has a number of 
different printer drivers for Amiga, and subtle 
ways of controlling them.) 

What is worse is that some of the sexiest 
printers going around at the moment are 
actively non-Amiga, pro-PC. Some use 
Windows {spit} to do all the sorting out of 
the print, so the printer becomes just a 
dumb terminal on the end of the computer s 
processor. It would be extremely difficult to 
emulate this kind of printer on an Amiga 
unless someone wanted to spend a lot 
of time reverse engineering the 
technology. This is, sadly. not^^HJ 
something anyone seems prepared | 
to do at Ihe moment 

It's not all black, as there are I 
some folks who still distribute 
drivers for ihe printers they sell, and \J 
some printer manufacturers are still ■ 
supporting Ihe Amiga in some way. 

What kind of printer do you need? % 
Well, if your needs are exclusively text 
based, then a simple 24-pin dot matrix 
may be the answer. They are inexpensive. 1 
easy to run, and print oh any 
Wnd of paper. The colour v£r- 
slons are very cley^ 
and give you . 

impressive jfluT JEi 

results, * 


Phil South tests same of the best 
printers auailahle for your Rmiga in the 


triderf, of course, you have access 
one kind ofykiriiga printer driver that 
ange of colours. 


supports the full 

Twenly-four-pirS printers are superior to 9~ 
pin Winters In Itfal they deliver full letter 
quality text for correspondence and writing 
the areal British novof. They also deliver 
quite tyiigh resolution graphics output, 
especially in coJouV when the riL* 

.1 mount of dots you Ik 

have ton 








Price: £279 

Supplier: Citizen (01753) 2123BG 


¥ Driver: Citizen Projet lie 1 

Page Speed: 120 
characters per second 

Built-in Fonts: 3 
Downloadable fonts: none 
DPI: 300 

Sheet feeder: yes 
Print quality: good 


This is an odd looking little printer. It looks 
more like a friendly little robot than an 
inkjet printer. But hey, who am I to go name 
calling? The sheet feeder Is in the back of 
the machine, a little slot into which you 
shove a little wad of paper There is also a 
slot in th© front for you to insert single 
sheds if that's your fancy. 

The print qualify is excellent, and the 
colours are clear and true. The single 
downside is that the ProJet uses an alt-in- 
Ode cartridge, and although you can 
change this easily for a black one when 
you’re printing off mams of black ink-only 
letters, It s a bit of a fag to have to do that 
every lime. You can, of course. Just print 
out the odd letter in black from the cart, tout 
this will run down the black faster than the 
other colours and might not be such a 
good idea. 

Although there really is nothing wrong 
with this printer. I thought the design was a 
bit naff, and for Citizen, whose quality of 
workmanship I can rarely fault, the build 
quality was a hit plasticky. Although this is 
not really a major criticism, I don't think I 
would Kike to have something like this on my 
desk. It’s quiet, it delivers the right sort of 
print quality, but I just don't like the look of it. 

As Ink jets go ifs pretty good though, and 
tbi price is right - although I couldn't help 
t tanking that it was only a short hop to the 
Canon BuMOQOc price. That said, if this is 
your price and you can go no higher without 
selling a family heirloom, then go for It. You 
won't get better at this price. * 








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round-up 



This is a dreamy printer with so much 
going for it it's hard to know where to 
start. Firstly, It's a small top loading 
unit which folds up when not being 
used like the Canon BJ-200ex, which 
means it takes up less space on your 
desk than most other colour printers. 
Secondly, it has gorgeous colour and 
deeply saturated prints which sing oft 
the page. Thirdly, it is very affordable, 
considering the cost of colour printers 
In the past. 

Although you get the best results 
using the special coated Inkjet paper, 
you still get very credible results Irom 
the machine using simple copier 
paper. You can use the Canon to create 
colour artwork and originals for 
commercial printing, although it is, Of 
course, preferable to create colour 
separations If you're serious about 
that, and you only need a monochrome 
machine it you want to do that. 

The best reason to buy this machine 
over any other one is the ink cartridge 
Yes that little black thing Inside, It has 
two separate weils tor colour inks and 
mono, so If you do a lot of mono work 
you can just replace the black cartridge 
tn machines which feature an all-in-one 
cartridge, you have to switch cartridges 
and use a black-only cartridge for 
your mono work and switch back for 
colour and black. 

If you need a colour printer Ihen this 
is your man, simply because It looks 
so cool on the desk and has Amiga 
print drivers 





Driver: Canon BJ4(]0Qc 
Page speed: approx. 2 
pages per minute 

Built-in fonts: 5 
Downloadable fonts: none 
DPI: 360 

Sheet feeder: 100 sheets 
Print quality: excellent 


Canon BJ-B00 eh 


Price: £228,99 

Supplier: Canon 0181-773-6000 


Of the mono inkjets available, the Canon represents the cream of the crop. The only possible 
contenders for i is crown are the Hewlett Packard DeskJet family P™««J 

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and on the lop end, the nice Oki LED page printers. Although 
these are more expensive, they are certainly pushing Ha 
inkjel territory. 

The BJ-20Oex is a compact and powerful monochrome 
inkjet printer which aits upright on your desk, not unlike 
its predecessors, the BJ-10 and SJ-20 printers, did. 
Standing up on end wilh a sheet feeder on ihe bac- 
was an option on the 10 and 20, With (his printer (anc 
indeed all new Bubble Jets) it’s the only way to operate 
Ihe machine. The sheet feeder, which was a £60 add-or 
in the previous versions, is moulded into ihe back of the 
unit and ihe paper goes in the top and shoots out of the 
front This top-loading scheme means the footprint of tht 

machine is small, in theory at least. 

In practice, the paper has to go somewhere when it 

comes out ot the from al the unit. This means that the little 
plastic stop has to be pulled out of the front of the machine 
lo the full length ot a piece of A4 paper. 




Although you still have somewhere to 
rest your coffee when you are not actually printing anything, when you print you 

have to move it and pull oul ihe stop to catch the paper. 

The controls are all on top of (he machine, and as such are easy to 
access. Ail the functions of the printer are available from these buttons. Canon 
have ditched the dodgy slider power switch for a nice positive clickable button r 
One quibble 1 do have about the arrangement of ihe buttons on the top ot 
the machine is that for the first few days ! had the machine, I was constant 
pushing the power button when I meant to put ihe pnnter on- 1 me, because 

the buttons are nghl next to each other. 

The other buttons give you a Line Feed/Form Feed, and switch the 
computer from high speed to high quality. Obviously, there Is a trade off 
between speed and quality. The faster the paper comes oul of the slot 
the less quality the printer will have time to put into the print. 




Driver: Canon BJ200ex 

Page speed: appro* 

3 pages per minute 

Built-in fonts: 6 
Downloadable fonts: none 

DPI: 360 

Sheet feeder: 100 sheets 
Print quality: good 



OKI BIDbh 


Price: £709 

Supplier: Oki Systems 01753 819319 


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and really you 

feel like a professional when you run oft a wad of pages and they all come 
out crisply printed from ihe top of the machine. Lasers are the top end ot 
the printer spectrum, although the lower priced machines are starting to 

chip away al inkjet territory 

Although you might have had experience with inkjets and dot matrix 
printers before, using a printer with a toner cartridge is a big step. You 
turn into something ol a loner cartridge expert very quickly, and perhaps 
as a side benefit you could land a job as a photocopier engineer. Toner 
carts are certainty a belter bet for refilling because the toner is pre tty 
much the same quality and darkness as the original substance. If 
you're spending E200-300 on an inkjet, it might be worth 
considering the Oki range. 


Driver: HP LaserJet 4 
Page speed; 3 pages 
per minute 

(14 seconds first page) 

Built-in tents: 45 
Downloadable tents: PGMC 1A 
card slot 
DPI: 600 

Sheet feeder: 250 sheets 
Print quality: excellent 


This is a pearl of a pnnter and really does bring home to 
you how much belter the quality of print is from a laser. 
This is, in fact, an LED printer, bui the toner cartridge 
and effect you gel are the same you would get from a 
laser. For DTP work, if you want to produce camera- 
ready art from your DTP program on paper, this is the 
best ot the bunch. It is a little pricey al £799, but does 
the job very well and is very compact lor a laser. The 
cheaper models, the OL400ex and OL4iGex, are still 
on sale at E39G and £499 respectively, although these 
will soon be usurped by the new OLSOOex and 
QL6l0ex as of October this 
year. 

The print quality Irom 
this printer is fantastic 


Amiga Computing 


nrr.FURFH 1995 


ROUND-UP 



Price- El 49 

Supplier: Citizen 01753 212360 



The ABC is 3 new easy-to-use dot 
matrix: printer which has colour options 
and a range of state-of-the-art features. 
I am unsure about how long 24-pin 
printers can co-ntinue to survive in a 
market that has so many new and 
cheap inkjet printers. How far can the 
technology develop before printer 
makers give it up as old technology? 

in any event, this is an excellent 24- 
pin printer and is astounding ly quiet 
due lo a unique construction which 
practically seals the whole unit, except 
for a little* slot at the top to pop your 
paper into. The print quality is good and 
lacks much of ihe banding associated 
with dot matrix printers. This is with a 
now ribbon and I suspect this might not 
stilt be the case when the ribbon starts 
to flag. (Note: The test machine had a 
ribbon in the machine for shipping and 
during this test I used it to soe what a 
dried up ribbon looked like. It actually 
performed quite well, with a little banding 
and greying around the edge, but it was 
no way as bad as I thought it would be.) 

The colour is pleasantly dense and 
the custom print drivers for the Amiga 
make this a lot better You often can't 
get drive printers to deliver the correct 
density, but Citizen have always been 
firm supporters of the Amiga. The unit 
comes with a disk containing the fast 
start software, which sets up the printer 
for you. Simply click on the disk icon, 
click on the ABC Icon, and you're 
away. 

The printer uses the Citizen Print 
Manager software, which allows you to 
adjust the print settings for gamma 
correction and colour saturation etc., 
meaning you can get truly sparkling 
colour prints. On the down side,, you 


have to ensure that you don't print too 
dense all the time because the printer 
ribbon starts to get a little muddy., The 
only quibble I had with it was the little 
bit of wire which pokes up to rest the 
paper on when it goes in and comes 
out of the printer, I kept catching my 
sleeve on It as I walked around my 
desk and it kept pinging off. 1 suppose I 
should just be more careful, right? But 
also, ! think the wire could either be 
replaced by a plastic strip or be more 
firmly attached lo the printer. 

Top marks for ease of use, and on 
price it's hard to beat - unless you 
start shopping around for inkjets and 
dig a little deeper in the old pocket, 
that is, If 24-pin is as high as you can 
go, this is about the best you can get 
at the moment, especially if you' re not 
loo sharp about how to set up a pnnter 
on the Amiga. It's alt done for you by 
the disk you get with it, so there's 
nothing to worry about, except where 
arc you going to store alt the bits of 
paper you run off it? 



i l 

Driver: Citizen ABC 24 
Page Speed: 64 
characters per second 
Built-in fonts: 5 LO fonts, 
2 scalable 

Downloadable fonts: none 
DPI: 360 

Sheet feeder: none 
Print qualify: fair 


Studio Pro II 


This program gives you print drivers which can provide better 
control over your printer, even if you already have a printer driver 
from the manufacturer. Some printers have problems w ih Amiga 
computers, mainly because the drivers are not really researched 
fully before release, and all Amiga programs are not tested on 
the system. 

Certain problems have developed over the years with Hewlett 
Packard and Canon inkjets, for example, which sometimes do 
not print the image squarely on tho page, as you would wish. 
This doesn't seem to happen all the time, otherwise the problem 
would be fixed by now, But the Studio Pro II program gives you 
almost unlimited control over the finished output. 

The program also has 24-bit drivers so that you circumvent the 
16 shades of grey limit on Amiga printers. 


Best bugs I 


I had a lot of fun with these printers, 
and the best of the bunch has lo be 
the Canon BJSOQex. Although it 
do#srTl feature colour it does have 
the right balance Of price against 
performance, h is also the machine 
which installs easily into a lot of dif- 
ferent computers without any 
tedious setting up. I have two 
Amigas and a PC here and the 
machine is capable of switching 
between all three machines (once 
the drivers are installed) without 
any complaints. 

The print quality is very good, 
especially with a full Canon Ink car- 
tridge, I generally refill my car- 
tridges, and although you get good 
value that way, the refill inks tend to 
be a little thinner. It also works bet- 
ter on higher grades of paper, and 
although it might seem economic to 
save money of cheaper pulpier 
paper, it's a false economy because 
the print quality goes down the 
more the ink seeps into the paper. 
This goes for alt the printers I tried 
really. Higher grade paper gives you 
better print, full stop. 

If you can spend a bit more 
money I d go for the Oki GQOex when 
it conies out, or if colour Is specifi- 
cally what you wanted I'd go for the 
Canon IBJ4000C. 

Other printers you should really 
look at are the Ricoh LP12G0 Laser, 
priced at £499 from Silica. Not only 
does it come with Printer drivers for 
an Amiga, but it does six pages per 
minute and is a genuine laser print- 
er* Other options are the Salkosha 
range, which for some reason 
mimics the Citizen range in casing 
design and price, and the Hewlett 
Packard inkjets, which are just as 
good value as the Canon range and 
about the same in print quality. 


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r :m between the two titles drives I hem 
toth on to gain that extra chunk of 
^arfcet share, which can only be good 
br us, the users. With more features 
and less cost than eveF, Final Writer is 
sally starting to shape up as a 
^placement for my text editor and 
z age8tream, 

So what has been added then 9 Well, 
^ere must have been some pretty 
■evere changes internally to mane the 
r^eculabie's size jump from a manage- 
able 600k to a gargantuan 990k, 
notwithstanding the cute labs for page 
md section markers. 

PROPER GRAMMAR 

Well, lor a start, there's the grammar 
:hecker. Previously sold separately, 
Softwood's Proper Grammar didn't 
make much of an Impression on 
eviewers, but incorporated into the 
main body of Final Writer you can but 
admire Sofiwocd's commitment to 
providing good quality software at very 
masonabte prices, 

But has Final Writer reached the 
amnade ol development? Is it a perfect 
word processor? Hardly, There are a 
tew problems with this otherwise splen- 
did package that need to be addressed 
before I would consider replacing my 
copy of PageStream and Turbotext 
with it. 

For a start, although quick compared 
to Wordworlh, Final Writer fs hardly a 
speed demon, especially when used on 
a graphics card like the Picasso, The 
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a lol more acceptable when using rela- 
tively few. say four or eight colours, 

No xi up is the lack of system friendli- 
ness, By this, I moan you carfl change 
th§ Avant Garde lypeface that is used 
for Final Writer's interface and there are 
various uSilities that won't work with 
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the rather spartan requestor that Final 
Writer Is furnished with with a ReqTools 
or Magic File Requester requester 
which meant that deleting files* renam- 
ing them or creating new directories 
had to be done outside the file 
requester or the program (there is a 
delete file function on Final Writer's 
toolbar). 


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Final Writer's new labs features won't be unfamiliar lo 
users of MUI where they have been in use for Ihe 
past year as a replacement for cycle gadgels. The 
tabs allow easy access to other seclions or page$ of a 
document, and facilitate much smaller preferences 
requesters because every ether section of I ho prefer- 
ences can be hidden behind the one currently in y$e. 

CJick tabs are another example of user interface 
designers trying lo make computer usage as friendly 
as possible, while at the same time making things 


easier lor themselves, particularly in terms of space. 
Users of standard Hi -res screen modes should bo 
aware Iftat using the click tabs on document windows 
does leave very little room for the document itself, 
which rather detracts from their usefulness. 

As an aside, it may just be possible that Softwood 
didn't add ihe dick tab feature in response to a share- 
ware product liko MUI, but ralhor a larger concern — 
Windows 95. Windows 95 makes extensive use ol the 
click lab feature, particularly in its preference settings. 


Other Hems on my list of complaints 
include the faci that the font size popup 
on the main window lists every poinl 
si^e between 4 to 300 points, rather 
Ihgn going for the more common 12, 
14, 16, IS, 24, 36. 48, 72-style list. This 
makes tho popup very slow for convert- 
ing toxl from very small to very big 
sizes, meaning you have to resort to the 
main type preferences window. 

Perhaps I'm alone in this, but not only 
would I occasionally like to see charac- 
ters like spaces, tabs and returns, but I 
would also like the ability to find and 
replace them. This function is particu- 
larly useful when importing ASCII text 
files lo make ihem flow according lo the 
paragraph sellings you have in Final 
Writer 

Final Writer gets around this by offer- 
ing special import options in ihe project 
preferences, which gels around that 
problem, but it is still very usefut to be 


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apart us. From Ms lowly skirl cs 
FenFal everyone s lavounile 
word processor (at leost com- 
pared lo Kind Word s). it has rise 
through tie forks, via Final 
Copy, Id lb current status. Final 
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able lo remove or replace such formal- 
ting. codes once a file has been loaded. 
One of the ruce features of Final Writer 
is its ability lo save screen preferences 
with documents, thus bringing the docu- 
ments back exactly as you left them. 
This can be particularly handy when il 
comes to using templates, say for 
labels. You can set up an A4 page, but 
you won’t need all the clutter of click 
labs and button bars - all you need to 
see is that the text is flowing nicely into 
the labels. The same thing applies if 
you have a template for a birthday card, 
An A4 landscape page with the drawing 
tools at the ready and some fancy fonts 
to liven it up, Perfect. 

The problems I have pointed out aren't 
lo suggest that Final Writer is not a fine 
program, Il is. All I'm doing is pointing out 
some potential problems lhat could have 
been trapped by now. If this was a first 


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ale ait int#rf^4 to the 
public- NptJce- the click 
(nib's lit tfte lop and 
bottofn of the document 
window. These altvv* 
cuay access tv elhff 
parts of tho fiocvmc-nl 


release of the program 1 could happily sit 
back and say, Took at the superb graph- 
ics manipulation commands, the way 
Final Writer works with EPS fonts and cli- 
part (and the sheer amount of them that 
are supplied with the program), the sly to 
tags, sections, index and table of 
conlents generation, etc." 

Sul il is the fourth. I always feel that 
when I look at an update, less should 
have been added by way of new 
features, and existing ones should be 
further honed. Directory Opus is a 
fine example of this - a stunning new 
paradigm in directory management, but 
at the expense of simplicity and ease of 
use, £W 


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in conclusion then, Final Writer Release 4 is a great piece ol 
software. Softwood have done an admirable job on it and its 
completely revamped manual, and have given a low-cost 
upgrade path from any previous version, so no user should he 
without it. Touches like the click labs prove that Softwood a ra- 
ke eping l heir ideas up-to-date, following the example ol MUI 
and Windows 95, and the feci that the grammar checker \s now 
incorporated into Final Writer means that the value for money 
that Ihis package provides is second to none- 

Be aware though lhat the program now takes up a minimum 
of 5Mb of hard drive space {and only works from hard drive) 
and really needs something a bit more powerful than a 6BOOO- 
based machine for optimum use, along with at least 3Mb 
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So how does the grammar checker 
in Final Writer work then? Welt, 
unlike the spell checker which just 
has to look at each word in turn 
(checking for hyphenation} and 
compare it to the entries it has in 
its dictionaries! the grammar 
checker has to actually parse each 
sentence. 

The term parsing was first used 
in computer terms for high-end 
speech recognition programs (and 
grammar checkers)* but it became 
familiar to players of computer 
games back in the bad old days of 
text-only adventures. Who can 
forget the Scott Adams series, or 
the intocom adventures? Wait, it 
seems most people have, happier 
now to deal with glossy graphics 
and shallow gamepfay, but I 
digress. 

Sack in Infocom's heyday, a sen- 
tence parser was limbed to a sim- 
ple two-word entry - get fork, go 
north, etc, - and that was easy, but 
as time moved on, game players 
demanded greater complexity, so 
multi -word parser were developed 
for adventure games. Sentences 
like Put the pot plant into the plant 
pot 1 , were bandied about as exam- 
ples of the cleverness of the games 
companies parsers. These develop- 
ments. were aided by more serious 
companies* efforts to bound the 
rules of English! a difficult 
language to get to grips with 
grammatically. 

ADVENTUROUS 

Anyway, the grammar checker in 
Final Writer works in a similar way 
to those text adventures. It looks 
for the boundaries of a sentence 
(usually, but not exclusively, a full 
stop encf a capital letter) and then 
proceeds to take the sentence 
apart bit by bit to find the subject, 
predicate and object - essenlia! 
parts of a sentence, if It can't find 
one or more of those things, it will 
check a set of rules that allow for 
such exceptions, and if it doesn't 
match one of those rules it will 
bring up a message. 

A good grammar checker will 
also look for things like the passive 
mood {‘The ball was thrown by the 
boy h as opposed to The boy threw 
the ball ) which can load to confu 
sjom This is obviously a gross sim 
p i if I cat ion of all l he steps the gram 
mar checker has to go ih rough just 
to give you Hs necessarily picky 
review of your writing, but at least 
It gives you some Idea of the 
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in hand, eyes glazed over and mouths 
drooling at the prospect of their new 
software purchase., Are Ihey waiting lor 
Sonic Tuesday? or Sega Sat urn day? 
No. they are waiting to buy an operat- 
ing system. Windows-95, 10 be precise 
With a lot less fanfare, Apple 
launched System 7,5.1 in March of this 
year. It wasn't a major update, it merely 
added additional flexibility, but il is the 
current (as l write this piece) version o! 
the Macintosh's operating system. 

Workbench 3,1 has been around for 


well over a year now. Licensed from 
Commodore before ihey wen! bu&i by 
Village Tronic, this will be the operating 
system most familiar to out readership. 
But which one is the fresi? 


Workbench 3.1 


Let's start at home with Workbench before moving on to 
more exotic climes. Everybody should be lamiliar with 
the six disk install set consisting of Workbench, Extras, 
Fonts, Storage, Locale and Install. The whole process 
takes about five minutes provided you already have a 
sellable hrjrd drive partition set up. Workbench 3-1 also 
comes with a Kickstan ROM which needs inerting in 
place of your current Kicksiarl chip, I his obviously 
increases the time needed for an installation but the 
amount depends on how accessible the Kicksiart chip is 
in your machine. 

Of the three operating systems on review hero. 
Workbench is by far the smallest, tl doesn't even come 
with a game (by way of contrast, Windows comes with 
one game on the CD, a patience game, minesweepers 
and further games on the Plus Pack CD, System 7 
comes with a number sliding puzzle and a jigsaw, and 
there’s also a demo version of a patience game on the 


CD version of the OS), More important, though, is the 
fact ihal Workbench comes with very little by way of 
additional utilities. This is because Workbench has 
always been geared towards a floppy-based machine 
Hopefully, this will change now that we have Amiga 
Technologies at the helm - proper CD-ROM software 
built-in support lor networking and ihe Internet, improved 
printer and colour support are all needed in a modern 
operating sysiem, none ol them are incorporated into 
Workbench, 

Some of the functionality of Ihe olher two QSs could 
be implemented loo. Copying files is a good example. 
On both Windows 95 and System 7, when you copy one 
or several! files, you gel a progress meler showing how 
many files remain to be copied. On Workbench you just 
end up with the sleepy pointer and no way to cancel a 
long operation. Sure, unlike ihe other machines, you can 
continue to use Ihe other programs you have running at 


System 7.5.1 


System 7,5,1 (System? from now on) is 
the operating system for all Macintosh- 
compatible computers. It comes on a 
CD-ROM or eight high density floppy 
disks, faking roughly ion minutes for a full 
install from CD. Once installed, System? 
presents a very friendly face to the novice 
user, with an almost patronising atlilude to 
mere humans at times. 

As an example, should the machine 
crash or you swileh it off without going 
through the shutdown process, whan you 
next boot up a window will appear saying 
that you should use ihe shutdown menu 
item next time. Fine - if it was your fault 
then you can accept that, but most of the 
time it was because the machine 
crashed, not you! 

System? also shares Windows' "feature' 
of using the same screen for all open 
applications, with windows overlaying 
windows overlaying windows. This can 
result in a contusing display, particularly if 
you are using a standard resolution 
monitor (which is smaller than PALiHiRes 
Lace). Unlike the Amiga's depth gadget. 
Syslem? has an applications menu allow- 
ing the user to jump straight to difforenl 
applications or hide them lo clear ihe 
screen up a bit. 

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formatting four floppy disks and still be 
able to continue doing anything you tike 
ihal doesn't involve floppy drive access. 

Syslem 7's melhod of determining what 
to do with a file is based on what applica- 
tion created the file in the first place, the 
information being contained in the file’s 
icon. This means you can simply double- 
click on any fife and its creator program 
will load and load the file. 

Other features of Sytem? that are 
shared by Workbench include RAM disks 
and drag and drop. The former is not 
dynamic and has to be set in advance, 
chewing up vital RAM and ihe latter still 
isn't supported in any real way, 

Requirements 


Min Ret 


Memory: 1Mb 8Mb 

Processor: 68Q0Q 68040 

HD space: 6Mb 20Mb 

Features — 7 

Implementation 7 

Ea$e of use _ 1 0 

Overall - 7 

Commern: Most work ts actually done 
by the operating system which means 
you end up with highly compatible 
software and the networking support is 
excellent and simple to achieve, hut 
System? really does need better 
multitasking. 


Windows 95 


Woll, whai can you say about the 
world's most popular operating system 9 
11 sure is big', would probably be my 
first comment Windows 95 takes about 
45 minutes lo Install depending on what 
hardware and software you already 
have «n si ailed on your machine. The 
optional Plus Pack will bump that figure 
up by about half an hour. 

The software of choice for 
businesses the world over has all you 
would expect from a modern operating 
system except, perhaps, friendliness 
and a litile bit of soul - if that's not an 
Oxymoron. The melallic greys that 
grace every menu and window got a 
little wearing after a while and the con- 
spiratorial attitude of Windows towards 
its users is somewhal annoying. 

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The familiar 
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Ml efficiency, but rt's nol wry user-fnendly. Anolher touch is the usage 
of Eext-based directory windows. SystemTs 'Show by Name' function is 
far more developed than the similar function under Workbench with the 
ability to have nested directory listings inside one window and also to 
choose how Ihe list is sorted by clicking on the appropriate heading in 
the window. Under Workbench you need to 90 back up to the menus to 
change the sorting order. 



Memory: 
Processor: 
HD space: 

Features - 


512k 
6800Q 
6 Mb 


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66030 

20Mb 


Implementation 

Ease of use . 

Overall 


4 

a 

7 

7 


Comment Umited by being floppy- 
based, hopefully future revisions wifi 
add more features such as networking 
and some of the current shareware 
commodities to the installation without 
losing speed or efficiency. 



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With all the hype surrounding the launch of WindnwsSS. 
Frank fiord thought it mas about time someone compared 
the top three operating systems, so me let him 



processor or paint package, work, save 
your files and I hen switch the machine 
back off again, But of the three^ I would 
have to say that Windows 95 is the most 
baffling to get deeper than the surface 
with. System? practically doesn't have 
any depth, and although Workbench can 
be quite daunting from a shell window, 
at least the files are organised into 
directories. 

Windows 95 is files, files and more 
files, only referred to by cryplic eight 
character filenames and their three 
character extensions (Windows §5 now 
supports filenames with up to 255 
characters, but you can bet that a lot of 
software won't use them until Windows 
95 is well and truly established), dumped 
into one big directory. 

The hardest thing to get to grips with 
is the degree lo which Windows 95 
abstracts the desktop environment 
metaphor. On a desk, if you want to wnte 
a letter, you pick up a pen, Under 
System7 or Workbench you can click on 
a word processor icon. However, under 
Windows 95 you have to click on a 
button that does the equivalent of band- 
ing you a pen from inside one of your 
desk drawers. Fine until you need to look 
for the pen yourself. Microsoft have 
obviously worked long and hard on 
improving the user-friendliness of I he 
package, but l certainly don't envisage 
PC support companies going out of 
business in droves because Windows is 
now so easy 10 use. 




Requirements 



Memory: 
Processor: 
HD space: 

Fealures 


4Mb 

386DX33 
60 Mb 


16Mb 

486DX06 

150Mb 


Implementation 

Ease of use 

Overall 


10 
_ 7 
_ 5 
_7 


Comment A bit of a monster f think 
the Microsoft minimum specs are very 
much tongue in cheek as the recom- 
mended specification is more like a 
minimum. Most people seem ambiva- 
lent about Endows 95 much-vaunted 
abilities saying that it only ready serves 
to show just how bad Whdows3- 1 was . 
Duncan Evans, editor of PC Home 
actually said: 7 prefer the Amiga's 
Workbench to Windows 95", which 
shows how little people think of it. 

Microsoft's new slogan i$ Where do 
you want to go today?' Perhaps when 
you get there you'll find Workbench 
and System 7 already there . 


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Coming from an Amiga background, I 
am obviously swayed by the way 
Workbench and System? work. 60 th 
have a very easy way of working with 
the DS interface. The fact that floppy 
disks appear when you insert them, 
menus always appear at the top of 
the screen, and that files are stored 
in places which can be found on the 
hard drive are all visual aids to 
consistency. 

Most operations under Workbench 
are performed quicker than 
their System? counterparts and 
Workbench has more depth than its 
icons would have you believe. 
Workbench allows you to hide icons 
that are not directly usable, thus 
clearing up the clutter that results on 
SystemJ’s desktop- Both systems 
are preferable to Windows' + hunt the 
file' approach. 

STUNNING 

But Windows 95 is stunning in its 
comprehensiveness. The sheer 
amount of added fealures and 
support for third-party add-ons is 
incredible and goes some way Into 
accounting for Windows massive 
90 M installation size. Soma of that 
size is also taken up with gimmicky 
features like animated pie charts 
which demonstrate how much 
memory remains on your machine 
(which probably lakes up a chunk of 
that memory itself) and flying sheets 
□f paper when you copy files, which 
are really unnecessary. 

As for hardware requirements, 
although Macs are seen as being the 
most expensive of the three 
machines, it will probably actually 
cost you more to maintain a 
Windows 95 machine to a comfort- 
able state, Throw away that cheap 
no-name graphics card, ditch that 
slow IDF drive, you really need stale 
of the art components to make a 
Windows 95 machine ffy. It will 
obviously coma as no surprise 10 
find out that the Amiga is the cheap- 
est platform to start with, especially 
given the fact that a hard drive is 
considered a luxury. 

AKI in alt, even given Workbench's 
numerous shortcomings, I still like 
it better than the other two. Much of 
the usability of Windows 95 and 
System? can be added to Workbench 
by using shareware and commercial 
utilities and commodities. However, if 
things aren't improved by Amiga 
Technologies over the nexi year or 
so. then perhaps I would consider 
the Mac OS as a convenient 
alternative. As for Windows 95 p you 
can forget it. 


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Add- In system extensions - can you add extra 
utilities, etc. at system startup? Workbench has 
WBStartup. System? has the system extensions 
drawer, but extensions can only be started at start- 
up, You can however turn all extensions off without 
needing to alter any files at startup by holding down 
the shift hey as System? boors Windows 05 has the 
Startup drawer. 

24-bit support - bolh Windows 95 and System? 
directly support 24-bil interfaces, Workbench relics 
on third-party software like CyberGraphX. 

Multiple screen support - System? supports 
multiple monitors as standard. Workbench only 
allows for multiple screens on the same monitor, 

Networking - System 7 comes Wfth a networking 
protocol called AppleTalk as standard and all Macs 
come with the necessary hardware to enable a 
network Windows 95 has support for several types 
of networks and nelwork cards for a PC can cost as 
little as £35. 

CD-ROM support System? is the only operating 
sysiem that will boot directly from a CD, Workbench 
only comes with minimal support jor CD-ROM and 
has no audio CD player. 

Conn ms and the Internet - Windows 95 comes 
with a simple comms package and has a fax facility, 
It also comes with the dreaded Microsoft Network 
which is supposed to report on the contents of your 
machine. The Plus Pack adds further fatalities to an 
already good selection, 


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Security - System? and Windows 95 are pretty 
secure, although not quite up to the same level as 
WindowsNT. 

Pre-emptive 32-bit multitasking - Workbench 
really scores hern, being able lo multitask on the 
minimum of memory and processor speed. Proper 
multitasking is not planned for the Macintosh operat- 
ing system until flip end of 1997. Windows 95 is, for 
the most part, fully multitasking. but most software 
that runs under it is still geared towards a 16- bit 
co-operative multitasking environment. 

Runs from floppy? - unsurprisingly, Workbench is 
the least hampered by having to run from floppy 
although it can be done under System?, 

Foreign language support - both System? and 
Windows 95 have to be reinstalled in the large t 
language for foreign language support while 
Workbench's locale feature can be changed on the 
fly. The downside for Workbench is the (act that 
there are no alternate alphabet versions such as 
Japanese of Greek. 

Plug & Play - the Amiga has always had 
AutoContig to configure zorro cards and other 
peripherals attached to the machine and the 
Macintosh always had the Nu Bus protocol. Now, 
Windows 95 adds some support tor similar ease of 


CLI & GUI System? only provides a programmer! 
Oil which has a limited range of lunctions and is on*, I 
accessible by a program mo r& button on the side 
some Macs, 

Systemwide programming language - Workbener 
really scores here too with AFexx. 

Representational Interface - does the scree' I 
accurately represent the state ot your machine" I 
Windows 95 falls down here because the icor-J 
displayed bear no relation to the location of Ihe files on I 
your hard drive, and floppy drive icons are always! 
available even when there are no floppies in them. 

U in i versa) menus - under System? and Workbench I 
the menus are always in fee same place: at the top & I 
the screen. Windows 95 does away with thisl 
consistent approach by attaching menus to Individual I 
windows or the right mouse button. 

System preference changes possible during 1 
operation - Workbench has a problem with applies I 
lions open on the Workbench itself (which could be I 
solved by programmers making their applications into I 
commodifies), but otherwise, any preferences can be I 
changed wilhout the need to reboot. System? has nc I 
problem wilh changes made, bul Windows 95 car I 
only be changed in the most trivial way without! 
needing lo reboot. 

Three button mouse support - System? only I 
officially recognises a single button mouse and mos? I 
applicalions under Windows 95 also only use a single 
button, although special functions are usually applied I 
by the right mouse button. 

Undelete function Windows 95 has a function so I 
recover deleted files. 

Hard drive self-repair - when write errors occur ai I 
three CSs will revalidate the drive in question so that I 
although the file in question might be lost, hard drive I 
integrity is maintained. 

Hard drive optimisation - System? will optimise the 
hard drives content by the expedient method o' 
holding down a key combination when booting. When 
equipped with the add-on Pius Pack, Windows 95 wil 
also let you optimise the hard drive. 

Virtual memory support - most virtual memory 
systems rely on an MMU and since sc few Amigas 
come equipped with one. there has never been virtua 
memory support in Workbench. 

Quicks tart applications menu - System? provides 
both a configurable menu of applications called the 
Apple menu and a dock called the Launcher to start 
programs. Windows 95 provides the user wilh an I 
enormous menu called ihe Task Bar which lists ever, 
single application on the user's hard drive along with 
recently opened files. 

Disk Compression - Windows 95 automatically disk 
doubles the hard drive as Windows is Installed a no 
also takes care of application added afterwards. 

Style Guide - all ferae GSs have a style guide for 
applications, but Workbench is ihe only one that 
doesn't adhere to its own style guide. 

Help for the disabled - Workbench's help for the 
disabled is limited and implicit but you can adjust the 
colour scheme and make fonts more legible by 
making them larger. 

Online help -- Windows 95 comes with Ihe moss 
comprehensive online help of the three operating 
systems compared. Workbench comes with ihe least 
comprehensive (ie, none). 

Dynamic RAM disk - Workbench is ihe only OS 
which has a standard, dynamically sized RAM disk By 
dynamically sized I mean that it only takes ihe amount 
of memory that it requires at the time and grows and 
shrinks as ntfcn-saary. 


use, but this is not universal. 


OS comparison 


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Workbench 

System? 

Windows 95 

Add- in system extensions 

r Yes 

Yes 

Yes 

24-bil support 

No 

Yes 

Yes 

Multiple screen support 

No 

Yes 

No 

Networking 

No 

Yes 

Yes 

CO-ROM support 

Yes 

Yes 

Yes 

Comms & Internet 

No 

No 

Yes 

Security 

No 

Yes 

Yes 

Pre-emptive 32-bit multitasking 

Yes 

No 

Yes 

Runs from floppy 

Yes 

Yes 

No 

Foreign language support 

Yes 

Yes 

| Yes 

Plug A Play 

Yes 

Yes 

Yes 

CLI & GUI 

Yes 

Yes 

Yes 

Systemwide programming language 

Yes 

No 

No 

Representational Interface 

Yes 

Yes 

No 

Universal menus 

Yes 

Yes 

No 

System preference changes possible during operation 

Yes 

Yes 

Yes 

Three button mouse support 

Yes 

No 

Yes 

Undelete function 

No 

No 

Yes 

Hard drive self- repair 

Yes 

Yes 

Yes 

Hard dfivr.'. 1 optimisation 

No 

Yes 

Yes 

Virtual memory support 

No 

Yes 

Yes 

Quick start applications menu 

No 

Yes 

Yes 

Disk compression 

No 

No 

Yes 

Style guide 

Yes 

Yes 

Yes 

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Yes 

Yes 

Yes 

Online help 

No 

Yes 

Yes 

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Yes 

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miga users might have a few 
gripes aboul what EsconV Amiga 
Technologies are doing to their 
favourite computer, hul when It comes to 
3D packages we re still spoilt for choice, 
with Lightwave, Imagine, Real 3D (and 
others) all readily available, and 
Cinema4D waiting an the wings. 

Although lhe lirsi ihnee have now been 
ported to other platforms, they started life 
on the Amiga and, as such, already claim 
a dedicated coterie of users. Okay, I 1 II 
admit you need a pretty souped- up (and 
expensive) Amiga to keep pace wilh the 
speed of any ol these programs on a 
Pentium PC, and you can forget about 
even getting close to the rendering speed 
of the likes of DEC'S Alpha machines, but 
many jobbing graphics and 3D folks are 
sticking with their Amigas and holding out 
hope that their favourite graphics comput- 
er will, litre the fabled Phoenix, one day 
nse again from Commodore's ashes. 

Anyone already familiar with Real 3D 
will know that it has always had its own 
particular brand of quirkiness which sets it 
apart from other programs, but I guess 
every 3D program has its own charm and 
curiosity, which probably endears it to its 
merry band of users just as much as func- 
tionality and cost does. 

IMPRESSIVE 

Those familiar with other 3D Amiga 
packages may be overwhelmed by Real's 
imposing interface and by the sheer range 
Of tools and functions it makes available, 
noi to mention lhe whole new set of termi- 
nofogy, hot-keys and methods of working 
which Real employs to do its magic. But in 
the hands of a skilled operator. Real 3D 


Improved skeletal control has also made it into version 
3, providing extra options for friction and fidelity which 
provide more realistic movement and wrapping: of 
meshes over the skeleton. In particular, fidelity 
significantly reduces lhe amount of unwanted 
distortion which can occur as a surface is folded - for 
example, al the back off a knee-joint, for example. 
I'm laid shat the only other 3D program which has ibis 
feature is Alias. 

If you combine skeletal control With Inverse 
Kinematics then you've got the perfect method for 
animating organic and mechanical objects bosh more 


simply and more convincingly than any other Amiga 
3D program. 

In case you were wondering, Real 3D has the a 
bility . like Imagine but unlike Lightwave, to mix multi - 
pie materials on an object, so complicated surface 
textures can be achieved wild relative ease. 

Finally, while we're on the subject of modelling. 
Real can now handle bumpmap shadows, so when 
the shadow of an object falls across a bump-mapped 
surface the shadow edges can be made la follow she 
notional heights of the bumps of lhe map. This 
sounds boring, but it looks pretty good in practice. 


can compete on equal terms wim any or 
the current Amiga 3D programs, and iff 
you were to compare it with expensive 
high-end packages such as Alias, 
which costs. Over £20000, Real 
3D can still hold il$ own with - 
and even improve on - most 
of these expensive pro- 
grams. Which is, you muss 
admit, kind of impressive! 

What particularly sets 
Real 3D apart is thal it is 


bosh very configurable and very flexible 
and has some extremely powerful 
failures (such as Inverse Kinematics. 
Collision Detection and B-spline 
modelling) which no other Amiga 3D pro- 
gram has yet matched, even though they 
have had plenly of time to play catch up. 
For example, you can set Real 3D's 
editing onvironmenl up in almost any way 
you like. II you want two scene views, a 
toolbox and an object selection window on 
a hi-res screen, you can design the inter- 
face to suit your needs. 

II you don't like the way lhe Toolbox is 
laid out, just change it. Add as many of 
your lavouote tool icons as you want and 
there you go - a GUI configured the way 
you want it to be. Try doing that with 
Light Wave or Imagine! 

Real 3D also has a unique way of deal- 
ing with its object management, for which 
il uses a hierarchical system 
(think of it in 
terms 


of disk directories and sub-directories 
which can encompass sub-levels, and 
various other factors, such as materials 
and animation methods, which will have 
nifforing effects depending whore in the 
hierarchy lihey are placed, 



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•njects together as m other 3D software, 
- imply moving a directory Level Into 
mother level can make all iho difference. 
By having different levels of hierarchy,, a 
arge degree of control can he eroded 
aver how objects are textured or how they 
behave under ttie influence of Real's 
various animation methods. 

Selecting an object to manipulate is as 
easy as picking its name from the Select 
window. Multiple selections can also be 
made, so that any given group of objects 
can be moved or effected simultaneously* 


though this will depend to some extent 
where they sit in the hierarchy 

Although there may appear to bo a Id 
of menu items and cons to point and click 
in Real 3D.. I hat’s only half the story, tor 
many of Real 3D' a settings are hidden 
away in sub-monu& which lake some time 
to explore, and; ©von more time to become 
really familiar with. As well as the more 
obvious Material and Render settings 
windows, there are attributes settings for 
the properties ot each object (such as 
whether it casts shadows, has motion blur 
or a number of other properties), saltings 


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Unlike Imagine and LightWave, which mainly use 
points, edges and polygons io construct their 3D 
objects, Real 3D uses a combination of CSG 
(Constructive Solid Geometry) mathematical primitives 
and B-Spline (smooth curve) mesh modelling to create 
objects which exhibit far superior curved surfaces 
than the polygon/Phong shaded objects produced by 
Imagine or Lightwave, 

While Real 3D's approach generates very smooth- 
jookmg obiects. il can sometimes be difficult lor a 
novice or even intermediate user to get to grips with building complex 
models as easily as with, say. Lightwave or Imagine Thi$ is because Ihere can be a lot 
of procedures te follow which require an intimate knowledge of Real 3D's modelling 
tools and, with so many to choose from* it can be hard to work out ihe right approach in 
the first place. 

As an example, there is a tutorial on building a smootoly-oonnected simple hook and 
ting object in the manual which takes the user through a senes of quite complex steps 
involving construction, conversion and deletion of components as the object is 
designed. Without such guidance, most users would never figure out this approach and H 
©von if you’ve followed the tutorial several times, you'll still have to come back to it to 
unravel the procedures again should you ever need te make a model using similar 
techniques. I suppose whal I'm trying to say is that Real 3D has a teaming curve which 
i$ sleeper than a Space Shuttle trajectory and to really got the best out of this 
software you won't necessarily need a degree in rocket science, but il might iusl help. 


tor how the GUI works, and so on, 

Alhn a the mechanics of using Real 3P 
can he rather daunting for the novice, and 
even those .ersed in other 3D software 
could have a hard ■ me getttng to grips with 
the depth and breadth erf Real 30- 

That's before I've even mentioned RPL. 
the Rea] Programming Language which 
allows the user optional! access to almost 
every aspect of Real 3D. enabling a savvy 
3D'er to write their own scripts to be t 
in whatever fashion they can dream up 
Want to extend Real’s 2D particle system' 
Write an RPL script. Want to impart specia 
pro perl res to an object? Write an RPL 
scrips. The trouble is. RPL can be a pig to 
use since, like most things Real, it works in 
an unusual way and writing RPL scripts is 
therefore not the easiest thing in the world. 
On the bright side, most Real users sel- 
dom, if ever, use RPL, so don't let the idea 
of it put you off , 

Right, I think I've made it pretty clear (hat 
Real 3D isn't a program lor either Ihe faint 
hearted or the inexperienced, so let's now 
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DECEMBER 1^95 









REVIEW 


Paint that picture 


Real 30 has always had a pretty nippy 
rendering engine with a lot of output 
options, ranging from simple previews to 
full-blown 24-bit (or Targa, BMP or PPM) 
renders at any size you need (and your 
Amiga can handle). Several new additions 
have been made in v3, including the 
ability to both export and import Jpeg Hies 
directly, and SuperSampiing, which 
increases she rendering accuracy (at the 
cost of extended rendering limes) by 
rendering the image larger Ehan is 
necessary and then resampling it down to 
the desired output size. 

LENS FLARE 

Another addition is AutoBox, which can 
eilher increase rendering speed by 
optimising how Real uses memory 
resources, or permit users with less 
memory to render images which may have 
been impossible before 

Version 3 sees the addition of plug-in 
Post-Rendering Elfects which can be 
added as ihey become available, The 
currenl ones include Lens Flare (which 
unfortunately aren't a patch on eiiher 
Lightwave's or even Imagined less ihan 
perfect lensflares), DistanceBlur and Glow, 


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which provides nice glowing effects on 
objects. 

Bui of course. Real 3D does much more 
ihan produce slill images. As you would 
expect, it can also produce animation 
sequences (for output to video, digital disk 
recorders such as the PAR and also in its 
own internal formal for lower quality 
display on the Amiga itself :< 

Real has a variety of ways of not just 
producing animations, but also of control - 


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ling how objects are moved around wHhr 
a scene, thanks to its wide variety o* 
animation methods. Its quite a simple 
matter to make objects follow complex 
paths and simultaneously perform 
relations etc. With the use of more 
involved methods, collision detection car 
be invoked so that Real detects Wher 
objects collide and what their subsequen: 
motion will be, dependent upon mass 
friction, gravity, spin and other factors C 
must be said that Real's collision 
defection can be unprediclable though 
and the user will need to experiment tc 
achieve satisfactory results. 

In v3 a more comprehensive key fram- 
ing system has been introduced which wi 
help those coming from other software, 
bul there are other, more flexible anima- 
tion systems which can also be employed 



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Real 3D v3 extends the scope of this 
powerful 3D modelling, rendering and 
animation system and the new manu- 
als are both belter and more useful 
than previously, though they can still 
be mystifying si times If you can 
stand the strain, and Real s overly- 
technical terminology, and you re 
looking tor a 3D program which will 
provide far more options than either 
Imagine or Light Wave, then Real 3D is 
definitely worth serious consideration. 

I've seen what it can do in expert 
hands, and I'm impressed, But be 
warned, if you're a 3D rookie then 
think hard before you buy Real 3D - it 
might just turn you off 3D rendering 
forever rf you can't get to grips with it. 



As I've said, one of Real 3D's sirengths is the way it 
models and Ihe quality of the images which the 
modelled objects are capable of producing. However, 
this can lead to an unexpected problem since polygonal 
objeols built in other software cannot be converted 
to CSG models in Real 3D, so they will always 
remain polygonal once they are imported, although 
Phong smoothing can be applied just as in other 
programs. 

However, CSG and B-spFine models use far less 
memory than their polygonal counterparts. CSG objects 
also render much faster than polygonal ones. But if you 
really need to import objects from other sogrcoc you 
can - as Jong as they are in either ,DXF (which Real 3D 
can also export) or Sculpt3D format. No Imagine, 
Lightwave or any other formal Is acceptable, which is 
really crazy , and it r s aboul lime someone, somewhere, 
wrote a conversion utility Eg convert polygonal objects 
(of various formats) into CSG/B-spline objects For Real. 
You know it makes sense. 


One of Real 3D s unique Fealures is that its View 
windows can be configured to provide a true 3D 
environment for modelling and positioning objects, 
permitting free movement in any direction within the 
view. So unlike imagine or LightWave, where objects 
are modelled in a separate editor, Real 3D objects can 
be modelled directly into a scene at the size and 
position in which they are required, so there's no need 
to load the objects into an editor or Layout screen just to 
position Ihem where you need them 
A new feature of Real 3D v3 is its ability to draw 
spline curves directly onto the surface of a spline mesh 
so that the new curves follow Ehe surface of the mesh 
exactly. Not only Is this very useful for adding new parts 
to an object, so Ehat the intersections remain perfectly 
smooth, but surface drawing can also be exploited 
when it comes so animation, enabling a curved path to 
be drawn over a bumpy mesh, for example, and then 
have an object follow the path so that it moves precisely 
over the bumpy mesh in a naturalistic way. 




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Supplier: Activa International 
Telephone: 0181-402 5770 
Price: £395 

(upgrade from v2.4 c£170) 


Ease of use 6 

Implementation 9 

Value for money 8 

Overall 6 





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Another football game appears on the Amiga 
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Gloom boom 


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allowing hot on the heels of the success of Black Magic's 
Gloom, further titles are planned through publishers 
Guildhall. Gloom certainly impressed when it was released 
a few months ago and even the cynics that said Doom 
couldn't be done on the Amiga had a rethink 

So fans will be pleased to hear that Gloom Deluxe is set for release 
at the end of September, will have enhanced graphics, and will be 
abie to run on any Amiga with 2Mb RAM and an accelerator. 

And tor existing Gloom owners a Data Disk wil be available with new 
levels and enhanced graphics. It will be priced at £14.99, Gloom 2 
(working title) is also in progress for the CD32 and using h he original 
Gloom engine it will have new levels and superior graphics, 




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It's cricket cricket, cricket at the moment, what 
with all the computer games hitting the shelves 
and the world cup imminent, and to make the 
most of oil this interest Grandslam, Lelsuresoft and 
Tecnoplus have set up a special promotion, 
Grandslam 1 s ITS Cricket will be bundled with a 
Tecnoplus Amiga mouse and can be found in 

Virgin Megostores. while 
Beatties will be selling 
the game with a 
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The packs are likely 
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Grandslam's Sales 
and Marketing Man- 
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commented: "This pro- 
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the commitment of 
Grandslam, Leisure soff 
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support and promotion 

its Cricket fms of the Amiga platform 

bundfe$ with Tecnoprus prior to new machines 
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Many moons ago we reported on a new pin bo 
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Called Thomas the Tank Engine's Pinball it's 
based around the popular children's TV series. 

The latest news from publishers Alternative 
Software is that it is ready to roll at the end of this 
month and features include a definable level of 
difficulty, four tables and nine balls, making it 
ideal for younger players. 

The RRP has been set at £19.99 for both CD32 
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Thomas gomes from Alternative which Include 
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out as yet it's not a full gome, Stephen Is 
currently looking to find publishers for it and so 
■ jr Simon Armstrong from respected developers 
Hcid Software has shown an interest, although 
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Stephen plans to use his game engine in a 
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scapes ond planes. He also wants to keep the 
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'ink. 

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will support Virtual i-Glasses 


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Despite the fact that this issue Is bereft of any reviews tnere ire • amount 

of games promised for the next few months , We give you me c .vac ,vm 


Center Court - Guildhall 
Ada Software, makers of the smash hit 
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on their tennis game, Center Court. At 
the moment a deal is being tied up 
with tennis star, Andre Agassi to 
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Tracksuit Manager 2 - 

Alternative Software 
A football management sim 1 hat 
could possibly rival Championship 
Manger 2, We wait with baited breath. 

Championship Manager 2 - 

Domork 

The game all football fans have been 
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Speris legacy 

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Worms 

Multi-format title Worms »s set for 
release this Autumn, This is o type of 
Scorched Tanks-style of strategy that 
Is brought bang up to date with 
worms, and should be a fun 
light-hearted game for a change 



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Allen Breed has had phenomenal 
success among Amiga owners and 
this time Team 1 7 have used a 3D per - 
spective rather the usual overhead, 
However last time there wasn't all 
that much competition for that style, 
so can their successor really cut the 
mustard against all the current Doom 
clones? 


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having been 
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almost six 
years, Police 
Quest 2 is still 
one of the 
most taxing 
adventures of 
today ? 


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tips 


o complete Police Quest 2, a number 
of special commands must be entered 
far you to proceed to the next part. 
These commands must be linguistically 
accurate. Here they are: 


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Get keys from ignition, open the glove box, get 
card, look behind card, (write down the combi- 
nation), get out of car, go to front door, unlock 
the door. 

Go to counter (on the far fight), unlock bin, 
get kit, ond then proceed to locker room (2nd 
from right), Walk to your locker (It's the first on 
the left) open locker, (enter numbers), get 
ammo, get gun, get holster, get cuffs. 

Go to homicide office (2nd door from the 
left), sit at your desk, (empty chair), unlock 
drawer, open drawer, read note, gel wallet, 
look Inside wallet, dose drawer, look In message 
basket, get up. walk to captain's desk, look at 
papers on desk (write down passwords), walk to 
key board, look at board, get keys, open 



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Police Quest U 


Qpc?n the cabinet to find the Bains 
mugshot. It's in ffi^ top drawer 


Score: 24 of 300 Folice Quest H 



I Itflve 9 teeJin® that all 
this means I’m now deaf 


cabinet, (bottom of the screen) get Bain’s file | 
get photo, 

Go to shooting gallery (past the counter) 
get ear protectors from the guy, load gun, raise 
gun, fire one clip, lower gun, press view, look at 
target, replace target, press back, adjust sights 
(repeat process - returning for more clips if 
needed, until sights ore adjusted correctly), 
out of booth, return ear protectors. 

Walk to blue car, unlock door, walk to trunk of ! 
car, open trunk, put kit in trunk, close trunk 
open car door, drive to jail. 

Open locker, put gun In locker, dose locker, 
press buzzer, show ID, get Bain’s file, take Bains 
photo, open locker, get gun, walk to car, open j 
door, go to oak street mall. Walk to blue sports , 


Day 2 


Get keys from ignition, go to your office, walk to 
key board, get keys, get in car. Drive to West | 
Rose, open trunk, gel kit, walk up to other trunk 
take picture of body, get blood sample, take 
the body, go to your car, put kit in trunk, close 
trunk. 

Drive to Marie’s place, go insrde, look In the 
ashtray, read piece of paper, drive to office, 
submit evidence, walk up to computer, look at 
computer, press on, (for homicide type..) Ice 
cream, look at Bains’, (for personnel type..) pis- 
tachio, (for vice type..) Miami, drive to inn, wak i 
up to manager, show ID, show Bains’ photo, go j 
to your car, coll dispatch, get warrant, show 
manager warrant, get room key, walk up to red 
double doors, (save game and then stay on 
the right side of the red door), open door, go 
inside, open drawer, get envelope, (under the 
lamp), read letter go to bathroom, pick up - 
card In sink, read card (write down number), gc 
to your car, open trunk and get kit, go Inside 
room, take blood sample on floor, return key to 
manager. 

Drive to office, submit evidence, sit at your 
chair call Colby, tell him about Bains, go *c 


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Don't forget to take your keys out of the ignition 
or you won’t bo able to urtlack (he door 



Be prepared before entering on the 
toft. Load and raise your weapon 


cor. open passenger door, open glove box, get 
holster, get ammo, talk to laav, walk to your car. 

Drive to cotton cove, talk to jogger, ask her 
where, load gun, draw gun, walk to left (save 
game), fire at Bains (when he appears behind 
’’he bush), walk back to your car, get kit from 
trunk, look for blood, open kit, get blood 
sample, make cast of footprint, go east, show 
diving certificate, 

Get in van, pick up mask, belt, fins, vest, and 
rank 1, get oat, dive down, look, (for golden thing 
n river floor), get object, swim west, look, (for 
metal spoon), get spoon, swim up, go west, open 
kit, take picture of body, go bock to your car, 

Drive to airport, walk to the Mack car, go 
north, press the button before crossing street, 
cross street, buy a rose, go inside the airport, 
*alk up to the woman in ticket counter, show 
ner ID, show Bains* photo, go east, walk up to 
tady on rental car counter, show her ID, show 
Bains' photo, get out of airport, press button, 
cross street, walk to your car. 

Drive to police station, submit evidence, go 
to your desk, sit, call 411, ask for Marie Wlikon s 


number call Marie, look in message basket, 
drive to Arnie. go inside, talk to Marie, order the 
lobster, give Marie rose, kiss Marie, eat, pay 
waiter. 



By Andy Maddock 


For ail you budding Bob Cryer's out there 
who are struggling with Sierra's classic 
sequel, here's the complete solution 



shooting gallery, practice shooting until sights 
are adjusted properly, drive to airport, go inside 
airport, look ot screen (until Steelton flights show 
up), buy ticket to Steelton from male agent, 
show ID, ask for phone, call 411, ask for Steelton 
PD, toll them about Boins. 


wear mask, go across, go straight on, go west, 
draw gun, open door calm Marie, untie Marie, 
(save game) hide behind pipe on your left, wait 
for Bains to fire first, fire at Bains until he drops 
dead. Congratulations, you've finally complet- 
ed Police Quest 21 


Make sure you got your tickets, go west go 
up escalator, walk up to officer, show © go 
through detector, board plane, sit besiae Kei'n 
fasten sent belt, ask for water, relax until terror ists 
appear (save game), unfasten belt, load gun, 
get up. draw gun, fire at terrorist (only after stew- 
ardess is on the floor), fire at second terrorist, 
walk up to masked terrorist, search pockets, 
walk to bathroom at the back, open dispenser, 
cut yellow, cut blue, cut purple, connect yellow, 
cut white, cut yellow, go back to seat, relax until 
arrival at steelton. 

Walk up to lieutenant's office, get radios, ext 
to park, go north, go any direction, call Keith on 
radio, talk to mugger; read rights, go east until 
you see manhole cover on ground, open cover, 
go down, (save game), go east, turn right and 
walk fast to next screen, go west, open red 
cabinet, pick up gas mask, go east, turn right, 



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scon have made a real 
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Amiga owners due to the 

success of their On the Ball 

football management games. On the 
Ball (League and World Cup Edition) provided a 
pleasant alternative to the Stats-based 
Championship Manager and Premier Manager, 
and for fhose who wanted 
a more picture-oriented 
game, this went down a 
storm . 

And now Ascon are 
back, but with a change in 
direction. Keeping sports 
management as their genre, they have 
swapped from football to the fast paced world 
of Formula One Racing. This promises to bring an 
unusual angle to the usual racing games in that 
rather than racing the car. you play manager 
and must lead your Formula One ream to 
success. 

Promising immense detail and realism, there 
will be many aspects to consider as manager, 
from keeping team morale high to the technica 1 
details of the race. Ascon also concentrate on 
bringing a human element to the game as you 
will have to take into account the fact that each 
member of your team has different personality 
traits. Each driver has 30 different values which 
make up their character, with opposing teams 

calculated in the same way. 
Other employees in your team 
have a stress level and just like 
in real life, some will be able to 
work under stress and some 
will simply crack under the 
pressure, 

In your managerial role you 
will hove to deal with money 
matters such os taking out 
loans and making Investments. 
You will also have to negotiate 
contracts and organise $porv 



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Previewed by Tina Hackett 


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Different camera angles will allow you to 
check the progress of your driver 


develop your own. When it comes down to the 
actual race day, you will be in the pits during 
the warm-up, qualifications and the race itse'* 
You are linked to the driver via a headset one 
can give him instructions during the race. TV 
cameras are placed around the circuit and yen. 
con switch between cameras to get you- 
required view of the race. 

The media will also take a keen interest ,n the 
team and you'll have to use your skills to ded( 
with them, plus brief the drivers well so the. 
won't give anything away to the opposition. 


Pol* Positron promises 
immense detail 


sorship deals. 
Also needed 



is a head for technology for 
things such as purchasing and 
developing foreign technologies. 
You take control of the construction of 
cars and can test prototypes using a wind 
tunnel simulation or on the tracks. When 
you need spares, you can either 
buy them or research and 



TV-style coverage of the 
races will provide realism 



You will be able to keep 
in radio tronMct with your 
driver during the race 


This is only a brief glimpse of whot you can 
expect from the full game. As you can see it* 
goes in to fine detail and all the aspects of 
Formula One racing will be more than cov- 
ered, Graphics promise to be of a high stan- 
dard and using Silicon Graphics, they aim to 
create a realistic, TV-styte coverage of each 
race, Expect a full review soon. 


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mong the many Doom- type games coming your way 
Is the excellent Gloom by Black Magic Software. 
Reviewed a couple of months ago it earned a very 
respectable score and was described as 'completely 
packed with smooth graphics, a huge challenge and most of 
all action and excitement.' So much so that It Is still played 
constantly in the office. Now, courtesy of publishers Guildhall 
there are three copies of the game to win, plus a top prize of a 
fantastic CD32, 

All you have to do to win is design a monster that would look 
at home in the game Pictures can be sketched painted, 
photographed (?!) or whatever else takes your fancy. Then 
simply give rt a suitable name and send us your entries no later 
than 1 January 1 996. The winner will recieve a CD32, with three 
runner-up prizes of a copy of Gloom 


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text based affair - like Championship 
Manager. On the other hand there's 
the arcade, blistery, sweaty joystick affair - like 
Sensible Soccer. There's often the occasional mix 
between the two, although no-one has simultane- 
ously and successfully blended them together. 

For instance, no-one has had the courage to 
release a game which has the playability of Sens! 
and the depth of Championship Manager. Surely 
they would combine together well to become the 
ultimate football manager game? Well... No. t 
have to apologise for building your hopes up 
because Alternative Software are releasing 
another text-based affair - namely l rack suit 
Manager 2. 

Before I start, I would just like to clear up one 
thing. What exactly is a tracksuit manager? 
Obviously, the game 
is referring to the 
manager himself - 
but tracksuit? We've 
oil seen managers of 
today walk out of 
the funnel leading their team out in the latest 
range of sportswear. Why? I preferred the old 
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Manager 


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identical to CM2, Well, how 
many more can you think of? 



It's Beard! Did you know he h4fs had 
exactly the same haircut for eighteen 
yearSt believe it or not? 


would be a gome and a half 

Championship Manager 2 should be out now 
With this and TM2 both looking so similar, it looks 
like a huge battle will be taking place. Tracksuit 
Manager 2 is looking, dare I say it, identical to 
Championship Manager as the icon system one 
features are almost too similar. Having said that 
Championship Manager's icon-driven game was 
absolutely superb and there's no reason whatso- 
ever why this shouldn't be carried over or 
'copied.' I didn't want to use this word but it wai 
the first one that entered my head when 
noticed the playing style screen was identical. 


Final word 


What makes Tracksuit Mgnager stand well 
ahead of the rest? Well the fact that It's got o 
sponsor - a pretty big one too - namely Fizzy 
Chewits. The game itself includes hoards and 
hoards of tactics, strategies and general 
football -like things, and although other 
gomes hove done this also. Tracksuit Manager 
displays the Information In o completely 
user-friendly way. 

When you call up a menu, TM2 doesn't 
dawdle. On a standard 1200 it will appear 
almost immediately, which leads to 
calculating results as well, 

Add all this up and Tracksuit Manager 2 
comes across to me as Championship 
Manager with excellent graphics and a 
superbly written interface, Considering the 
success behind Championship Manager, 1 
think TM2 will speak for itself, But wait, then 
there's Championship Manager 2. 


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many different features there me 



The edit level facility is fantastic,, especially 
a? you don't get one on Doom on the PC 


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miga product plans must be becoming 
more and more hectic os the months fly 
by. For instance. Guildhall Leisure 
released a spectacular 3D Doom-Hke 
game only two or three months ago 
and already they have just finished their latest 
release, In fact. It's something you'd never expect - 
another Doom-clone! Not o sequel, but another full 
blown attempt at recreating Doom on the Amiga. 
By the looks of this one. they've finally done if. 

Months and months of speculation can now 
seriously be forgotten because even I didn't 
believe a true Doom version could arrive on the 


Amiga. We have followed this product since Its 
creation, reporting on each change and receiving 
copies of the game at various stages. Even then, I 
was pretty sure this was the one that would put all 
the others to shame - including Gloom, 

There are 3C levels for you to battle through, 
each one being hugely different, so It never 
appears the same. A major boon which will please 
Doom fanatics is the fact you can design your own 
maze with different textures, doors and aliens, etc, 


So hopefully, Fears will never run out of lastability. 


Frustration 


One major gripe that can be frustrating is the 
fact that if you happen to fail into a pit of lava, 
your health will run out and you have absolutely 
no chance of getting out, Some steps would 
have been nice, especially when you're right 
near the end, 

I can remember getting quite frustrated with 
Gloom because although it had continues, 
there was no password or save game feature. 
Fears includes this so you can breathe a sigh of 
relief when you finally overcome a tricky part to 
complete the level. On a save game disk, you 
can save many games as well as three 
Individually designed mazes. 

the Atmospheric sounds are fantastic, truly getting 
the scene and preparing you for a trip Into the 
unknown, These noises range from the firing of 
several weapons to the screams of the monsters. 

Incidentally, If Fears does have a (town point, it's 



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This screen shows your progress- as you The aliens, as you can 

complete each level, and how far you've got to go see* are really scary 


seriously the lack of originality in the monster. 
Although they are weli drawn, they just don't look 
scary enough, If you were locked in a dungeon 
way below the earth's surface and you had to 
'ace the Tin Man from Wizard of Oz and The Mekon 


ent for designing your own mazes. The actual 
editor looks a lot Irke a paint package where you 
draw on screen a maze of your choice. All the plat- 
forms* stairs, walls and aliens are allocated num- 
oers, so it ends up like painting by numbers, You can 


define stairs leading up to small rooms just by 
colouring In some boxes, It really is so user-friendly 
you will be designing complex levels within minutes, 
A good thing I found was the fact you can actually 
make a virtual world of your own house - or is that 
too sod? 

The options allow you to toggle between diffi- 
culty levels, screen size, and all different 
graphical variations, You can also 
choose to play the part of the hero 
as a human or an alien. 

The screen resolution that 
Fears uses Is pretty high so you 
con expect a high amount of 
detail, However the resolu- 
tion obviously isn't quite as 
high as Doom on the PC, To 
make up for this, though, 
the programmers have 
included dithering. This will 
blur things a little to get the 
look of the PC, although It 
actually just gives you thump- 
ing headaches and bad vision, 
You car control the character in 
Fears mony ways - either by the 
mouse, keyboard or joystick. Most peo- 
ple prefer the keyboard because 
you con reach every key to open 
doors* side-step, change weapon 
and run. With the mouse it is nice 
and comfortable to play, but it's pretty awkward to 
side-step and avoid bullets. At first you wll find It 
Impossible to avoid the shots from the opponents, 
but careful mastery of the side-step will enable you 
to dodge around the wall to prevent death. 


•rom Dan Dare, you wouldn't actually be quaking 
now would you, • 

There will be a CD32 version of the game 
which should be hitting the shops about 
now and will contain all the original 
features and hopefully be nicer 
to look at and foster. 

When I first played Fears on 
a standard 1200, It was 
reasonably jerky which 
quite obviously reflected 
on the detailed graphics. 

Although this seemed a 
problem, I overcame it by 
playing and playing away 
until I was so absorbed I 
didn t even notice - until, I 
managed to dig out an 
accelerator from the dusty cup- 
board, It was a Blizzard Board, 
and playing Fears with on© of these 

is highly recommended, The speed 

ncreases tenfold and therefore 
produces one of the fastest and to some- 

whore. Probably an underground 
^ goiTies to dote. cavern of death, or an ice-crcam van 

The Edit Level facility is excel- 



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Atmospheric 
sounds are 
fantastic, truly 

setting the 
scene and 

preparing you 
for a trip into 
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fliis long run must lie alia red c ate fully Whan you rim out of ammo, you are graced with 

because on each side ties a pit of death a small dagger that does next to /toffting 


The response from our sur- 
vey we printed a while ago 
was tremendous, and from 
the results we noticed that 
many of you did actually 
own accelerators, If you 
have, you can't possibly 
miss out on this. If you 
haven't, then don't worry. 
It's only a tad slower. 

In short, it is 'pocked full 
of excellent graphics, 
atmospheric effects and 
challenging gameplay - 
there's no doubt that Fears 
is the best Doom clone ever 
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411 the player** slats are ejractfv the 
same. From what t torn#* MMj thep 
have no special attributes whatsoever 


Mike Newell gladly puts a feat 
on the bull ready for kick oft- 
Hang prt f where's Chris Sutton? 


The crowd wrh be fully animated in 
the full version of Team - eft kitted eul 
in their clubs' latest sportswear too 



By Andy maddock 


The title screen shows three piayera obviously tutl ot ec$usy alter a narrow cup victory 


far as the actual players themselves to the corner 
flags which enables you to perform those off -the- 
ball incidents with great effect, There Is also a 
referee present and you can set his tempera- 
ment to lenient or strict If you choose strict you 
will find him dishing out his cards for the smallest 
thing. 

One major flaw which they must, at least, 
change is the difficulty settings, On my first game 
] chose Blackburn as my team but I was 
A absolutely threshed 9-0 by Wimbledon. 

You're probably thinking the reason 
I , behind this that 1 may have the co-ordi- 
nation of a one-legged goat, No. It's Just 
too darn hard to get to grips with, When 
■HP* the apposition gets the ball, you don't 
Mtend to see the flowing, steady build-up 
^^■from the back or even the long-ball 
f straight down the centre of the pitch, All 
that occurs is the opposition gets the ba ; 
and runs - all the way towards your goal 


and scores' 


After all these gripes l can say that this is a 
game that could have potential. If some more 
thought and depth went in to the production. 
Team could see some of the Christmas 
crowds. Astootboll games are the biggest sell- 
ers on the Amigo, there will be some very, very 
stiff competition to tackle, namely 
Championship Manager 2. 

Some major tweaking is involved If Impact 
Software believe their game will guarantee 
them success. Scheduled for a release In the 
very near future, they've certainly got a lot to 
do in a very short time, 


avlng reviewed and played hundreds 
and hundreds ot football games on 
many different formats, I seem to be 
able to differentiate between a future 
success and a failure. To be honest, a 
lot of people will write off Team's success already, 
and quite rightly so, as Sensible World of Soccer 
has to be the definitive arcade football game - 
absolutely nothing will beat it on the Amiga, ever. 
Having said that, surely Impact Software are 
aware of this, although I can't think of an ulterior 
motive - somebody, somewhere, must have other 
ideas. 

So, as I've already established the fact that 
Team is Sensi-iike, going off first impressions it 
seems Team will never attract a capacity crowd 
like Sens! - nothing will. 

At the moment, Team, consists of squads from 
the International front, such as England, Brazil and 
Germany, os well as Premiership teams, All the 
players' names are accurate too, as are hair and 
skin colour, and you can edit ali of these to use In 
custom cups and leagues. There's no actual sea- 
son option which, in today's football gam© 
market, is nothing short of a necessity. 

Team does contain aspects that would have 
been welcomed with open arms in a game like 
Sensible Soccer, The collision detection spreads as 


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trade show. Anyone wanting to see 
the latest in the computer and video 
game industry was there, all clam- 
ouring round flashing monitor screens and 
hi-tech stands, T he event was a perfect 
opportunity to meet up with developers and 
chat about their latest games. One team quite 
new to ail this was E inary Emotions, but keen to 
promote their forthcoming adventure game, 
Speris Legacy, they were undeterred and 
agreed to divulge a little about themselves. 


First things first. Who ore you and what do you do? 
Andy Jolly: Binary Emotions are a small team of s« 
and is compromised of 22-year old Clive Minnicar 
He's the Coding Director, Then there's Ian Jolly 24 
the Music Director who's also responsible for the 
graphics. I am 21 and am the designer director anc 
team manager. We employ three others who ore 
Phil Boag-Butcher, 22, who deals with Dis- 
Protection. music and additional bug fixing 
Ian Ford, 18, musician, and John Snelson, IE 
programmer, However, we one also looking to 
employ talented ray- tracers - so If there’s anyone 
out there who'd like to contact us.,., 



Binary Emotions 

may not be the 
most famous 
name that 
springs to mind 


P pers, out 
it is set to 
change when 
rif fonhcoming 
title is released 
into an eager 
Amiga games 
market. Tina 
Hackett meets 
the lads from 
Wiltshire 






s the inspiration behind Spans Legacy? 

-. We hod quite a tew ideas before Speris like a 
- or two-player penguin assault course game 
: tar to the old 8 -bit title. Combat School. There 

* os also Pilot of Furry and Gaze of Malice - a mas- 
,,e platform arcode adventure game, By then 
i- d built up some ideas to choose from and some 
. : jd routines we could use, Basically though, 
#e re great fans of Zeida and wanted to bring 
g jmes we enjoy playing to the Amiga. 


So you're confident of It's success? 

AJ: Yes, because there is nothing on the Amiga 
that even comes close - our graphics are far more 
appealing! Even if it doesn t do well, which by all 
accounts it should, we will be going around ond 
finding out what we should do to improve it, 

What about other projects? 
aj We also provide a service where people can 
send us their old A5CQ games and we can make 
them work on an A12Q0 for a nominal fee of £2-99, 



contact Binary 
Emotions can 



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how did Speris turn from an idea 
nlo a fully-fledged game? 

-j Signing up Speris was not as easy as we first 
— ought We went to Daze Mcrketing because they 
. ffered twice as much royalties compared to the 
overage publisher. They eventually looked at it and 
totri us that they were only interested In strategy 
games on the PC. We then went to Kpmpart who 
-,ggested we should go to an educational 
publisher. Anyway, our next port of call was an 
educational publisher called legm 17 (thanks 
< ompartl). We phoned Martyr Brown who 
unfortunately was in America. A while later he 


W© have had success w;th over 40 titles such 
as Powemongec kick Off Speedball 2 and 
Heimdall. 

What advice would you give to people 
wanting to break into the industry? 

PBB; Get an A 1200 for starters, mess around with 
Deluxe Paint, and find people with the same 
interests. Most of all keep patent and have the will 
to go on with it. 

AJ; The key is organisation and commitment. It's 
no good just having talent you've got to cjp 
something about ft and try and get your foot in the 
door, 

How do you see the 
Amiga's position in the 
market? 

AJ. There are a lot of 
people who underesti- 
mate the Amiga, I think it 


railed back and we uploaded o demo to him and 



within the next hour Speris Legacy was signed up, 
However, we are now looking for software houses 
m publish the game mutti-format as learn 17 have 
only signed up the Amiga rights. 

What do you think is going to make Speris stand 
out against its rivals? 

AJ: In our game you have more freedom. The 
puzzles ate better too, more indirect and varied. 
We have better text os well - something along the 
lines of Monkey island. 

How long was the game in development? 

U: At first, Speris had a side-on view but then it 


will have a successful 
Christmas. Parents especially, will go for it because 
you can do more than just play games on it. 

What ore your favourite games of all time? 

U: Mine's got to be the Chrono Trigger 

AJ: Mario definitely because no one can touch it - 

there are just so many tiny details that enhance 

the playability that ore usually ignored 

CM: I'd say Monkey Island 

PBB: Speedball 2 - it s not technically amazing but 

It has brilliant playability 

JS: I really admire Gloom because of all the 
technical specifications and routines - people soid 
Doom couldn't be done of the Amiga, and it has 


changed to an overhead so I suppose it has taken 
two years from the very start, but only seven 
months for us to complete it from the overhead 
stoge. 

What did you do before seeking out your fame 
and fortune as game developers? 

AJ: Clive, myself and Phil all completed science 
courses at Salisbury college and Ian Jolly worked 
In the Electronics industry, Ian Ford is studying 
computer science and John Snelson is completing 
his exams. 

Do you have any other games in the pipeline? 

AJ: We are still committed to supplying the Amigo 
with quality games, If we have to sell our products 
through mail order, we will! We have four releases in 
the pipeline which Include Minskies Fur Balls which 
is quite similar to Kirby's Avalanche, We also have 
Nemesis Syndrome, (Command and Conquer eat 
your heart out) only with more stats and less irritat- 
ing bits. Then we will be releasing a Doom per- 
spective racing Kart game and Speris Legacy 2. 


Thank you for your tirrve. 



The Binary 
Emotions team 
are looking 
forward to (lie 
success of tftoir 
forthcoming 
release 


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You cwid very easily mistake this tor The Holding has bean tweaked enormously. You can select which wicket 

OC ViCC as there itnt a single noticeable instead of the computer automatically you wish to throw the ball to 

difference - spooky throwing three milt*, you can via the rather unsightly arrow 


When batting, holding the 
fire button for longer wifi 
enable more power to he 
executed info the shot 



rahom Gooch's World Class Cricket has 
been around for many years now - only 
occasionally did it spawn the odd data 
disk now and again. Having said that, it 
still holds the crown for the best cricket 
game - even now, 

It's iust about the right time for Audiogenic to 
release a sequel - not a data disk, but a proper 
sequel - that has all the old bugs ironed out, 
refreshed graphics, and a new challenge. Well, 
it looks like cricket fans from all over the coun- 
try are in for a treat as Audiogenic step back in 
to the spotlight and introduce Cricket '95. 

Anyone who's played GGWCC will know 
exactly what was wrong with it, I've heard many 
grievances about Ibw's, fielding errors and blind 
wicket keepers, but will Cricket '95 fine tune these 
problems, wipe them, or even change them so 
much that a mutated version of GGWCC will 
undoubtedly emerge? 

At first glance the only differences ore the slight 
worn patches around the ground and even on the 
side of the pitch. Other than these, there's not much 
change, It's when you finally get in to the actual 
physical playing of the game that you'll find yourself 
saying *Ooh, that's better" or even “That's a nice 
touch," 

The first main difference I noticed was that the 
shots were played differently, in GGWCC while bat- 
ting, holding down the fire button on the joystick 
would instantly send your ball over or near the 




By Andy MaddOCk 


boundary, and this obviously 
became the only way of scoring 
runs. However, holding down and fire now sends 
your ball hurtling high in the air with a 50-50 chance 
of either sending the ball swiftly to the boundary or 
more unfortunately, landing comfortably in a 
fielder's hands., 

Another feature that certainly took me a while to 
get to grips with is the fact that every time you want 
your batsmen to run, you hove to press fire, This 
comes in handy if you quickly change your mind or 
want to stop the fielder running again, tike they 
always used to. It also comes in very useful for 
preventing those unavoidable wickets that the 
computer often likes to help with. 

the waggling aspect of the joystick is still there to 
control spin, swing, power and speed, end gladly, 
the intensity still remains the same - although the fast 
bowlers now seem to inject some impact on the 
gome and bowl faster and far more accurately. 

A new feature that will almost certainly please a 
lot of people is the fact you can now take complete ' 
control Over all your outfield players via a highligh- 
ted star around the feet of the selected fielder, This 
allows you to decide where to run, the quickest way » 
to get there, and which wicket to throw the ball to! 

All these changes gradually become more 
effective and noticeable as the gome goes on. 1 
Hopefully, before it's released well see even more. 
Audiogenic's Cricket '95 is undoubtedly shaping up 
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1 1 hopei advwre on how to get 
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tan your Workbench This month we'll 
■^ ,e .rrto problem areas with your software, 
a hen es a picture not a picture? Quite 
ren you might receive a file that is labelled 
as say, an IFF picture, However, when you 
", to toad that file into your copy of Defuse 
Faint for instance, DPaint comes up with a 
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Don't despair, at feast not yet. There are 
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whether the hie is an JFF picture or not. 

On the Amiga, we are fominate that our 
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* € by loading as much as posable before 
3 v ng an error message. Thrs is something 
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:*e Amiga worfcs is to took at any header 
nromiation for the file PC software just 
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:nere is a problem with the body of the file 


So our first attempt should be to check 
The file u actuVy a picture. One erf the 
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processing program with a universal loader 
to tod the rmage, Both ADPro and imageFX 
narve a wide variety of different file formats 
mat they can load using a universal loader, 
so l?y to load it in there. 

Quite often you will then see ADPro [or 
imageFX) then saying - 'Mow loading a GIF 
file' or something similar, If that's all there n 
to it then hurrah, all you then need do is 
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down to 756 colours, or HAM if it \$ a 24-bit 
format file, first and tod rt back into DRaint 
ft. however, neither ADPro nor ImagefX (or 
whatever image processor you have! will 
load the file, then perhaps it is not a picture 
after all, 

Our next step is a bit tecch^e, but almost 
certainly necessary, to determine wtor our 
file actually is. We are going to loo* at Che 
file at bn level, using a hex reader. If you've 
got DO pus. then you've gat a hex reader 


Safe hex 

Hexadecimal is otherwise known as 
base 1 6 and hex numbers go from 
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characters for the digits 1 1 - 1 S we 
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read thus: B r U, A, B t C, E>, E r F, 
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Problems, 

problems 


What to do if something isn't working 
correctlM and nou don't know how to fin it 



Otypmi Can 'I load that ft'Jo into pPalnt. I thought ft was an IFF film,. 


DOpus will also dispfay any file it can't Find n 
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through all its defined classes to see if the 
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Anyway, you ll protsabfy find yourself 
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Amiga Medical Part 11 



there will be no*™! A5GI character The 
most important bit s nght at the start Of the 
file If you can see the character -IIt 5‘ the nle 
is an Lha archrve, GFF37 or GIFa^a means 
the file is a GIF picture file of some 
description, and a file with the letters FORM’ 
at the start of it will be an IFF file of one sort 
or another - either a pKlure. sample or text 
document - and if the file is just an ASCII text 
document then the first characters will be 
the same as the rest of the file, just piam ol 
text. 

There are a couple of programs available 
far [he Amiga to make this sort of job easier, 
but they both need a certain amount of 
configurator on the pan of the user 
MegaView uses the Whath library to 
determine a file's type and then proceeds 
based on the definition stored. CJassAcuon 
(which we put on the CwerDtsk a couple of 
months ago| does pretty much the same 
thing, only without needing the WhatJs 
library, Check them both out to see which 
appeals to you more, but don't be afraid erf 
dealing with files in a less automatic fashion, 


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arts, trailers, the Flying logo 
w everywhere. It nay not be 
the pinnacle of 3D artistry but 
: sure brings m me Ducks tor both 
advertiser* and animators alike, 
m the wacky world of advertising, 
adfines are everything, As a 
nsequenee, understanding haw to 
reate stylish effects with the minimum 
effort is essentiaL During this and the 
- T k.c issue of the 3D column FT! be 
e* d taming exactly what's required for fast 
effective design. 

The first and most important rule is to 
rt tne camera do the hard work an your 
Dehalf. When you wamh the average fly- 
by the various elements appear to zoom 
n rrom all manner of angles and 
directions In fact the majority are often 
sliding into position along simple straight 
motion paths while the camera creates 
tne iNusion of frenetic activity, 
in our shameless example of corporate 
flag waving, the Uevel bars appear to fly 
on-screen from left to right, closely 


foflowed by the letters JDG and the word 
media which glide in from right to left 
The camera then pans From left to 
right as th? IDG emblem goes flying 
overhead and stacks into position 
alongside the lettering. At the end of the 


camera pan there's a brief pause prior to 
the emblem exiting in a reverse stacking 
motion providing room for the word 
media to exit: right to left followed 
by the IDG lettering exiting left co 
right 



During all of Eh is the bevel bars exit 
from front to back in a similar stacking 
move. The end result Js a loop which 
starts and ends on a black screen Total 
running time nine seconds or 225 
frames. 




Building 


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The first step in any commission rs to break 
the animation down on paper - prior to any 
design work Thrnk about ir in terms of Intro, 
hold and outro - if applicable. From that 
Standpoint youll have a fardy accurate guide 
to how long you ve got for each element. If 
you don't have a solid plan beforehand. 

I guarantee you‘11 lavish way roo 
much time on certain elements 
which will eat into the design, 
adversely affect others, and 
eventually end in cut corners and 
a patchy, if not poor, production. 

The next step is to design the 
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loaded up, arrange them in their final display 
positron. If you're after a fcoping arum like this 
one you have three all-important frames co 
define, 

The first at these is the off-screen key where 



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should be their proper place, and the third Is 
the final camera rest positron prior to the 
outro. 

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preview and check the various camera 
angles throughout the animation. It 
may be necessary to add additional 
keys to keep the action in frame 
during the sequence. Remember 
ft's important to keep the number 
of key frames to an absolute 
minimum. In this example four were 
used Under no circumstances attempt 
any animation of the logo itself until these 
basic camera positions ate set 

During the first part of the preview the 
camera may fly through the objects, but bear 
in mind chey're likely to be off-screen at this 
stage in the finished production 



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Once happy with the basic camera 
movement you can turn your 
attention to the logo. In our 
example, all the element! moved 
either left, right forward* or 
backwards in straight line*. For 
this kind of movement the bask 
X,Y P Z view* are ideal. 

Firstly* create a key frame for alf 
the object! at the intro end frame - 
as used by the camera. This should 
be a duplicate of the logos frame 
zero position. Now go back to 
frame zero and use the X, Y and Z 
views to move all the element! into 
their off-screen starting position! 

- creating a key for each - 
alternating between the views and 
the camera for fine tuning. 

Make a preview and check for 
any collision damage or glitches. If 
all ! welt you can move to the 
outro camera key frame and add 
the key frames for the logo objects 
- these should be the same as the 
intro end positions. This should 
lock the logo In position during the 
main display section of the 
animation. 

Now go to the last frame in the 
animation and reverse the intro 
design by moving the elements off* 
screen, again using the X, Y and Z 
view! kn combination with the 
camera for fine-tuning, 

Make a full preview and you 
should have the basic intro hold 
and outro. Next time well look at 
adding the finishing touches to the 
motion paths plus some hints and 
tips regarding logo design. 







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Hidden identity 


Assembler Part 16 


Q dtafypes, which were 

introduced with Workbench 
3.0, provide a way Tor an 
=»ppNcstron'i program to both 
recognise and rend/wme various data 
file formats without having to Jearn all 
the messy details about how the data in 
the flies is stored. The datatypes library 
implementation is object oriented and 
it's based on the BOOhSkeiated ideas of 
Intuition. 

In shor*. a datatype can be regarded 
as a program that hides the file formal 
details. An application can open the 
datatypes library, pass a filename to rt. 
and ask whether it recognises the 
format. The datatypes library has a took 
at the fife, consuls its list of installed 
datatypes, and then comes back either 
with a suitable block of data identifying 
the file, or a not recognised' Indicator. 

(TltlHGDS 

Once a fife datatype has been 
identified there are various other 
datatype library functions that can be 
used for readmg/usrng the fiJe and 
identifying the various 'methods' jie 
associated functions! that can be used 
with that datatype. 

For the purpose of this month's 
example, however, we arc setting our 
srqhts just on using the datatypes library 
to identify the general characteristics of a 
specifted file, and we u do it using two 
functions called Obtain Da taTypeAi'J and 
RelcaseDataTypef) (see boxoutt for 
details]. If the call to Obtain DataTypeA(] 


Paul Oueraa shows an easo uiaM to identic 
the general characteristics of a File 


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irlhjittim ^atch oatter-, J sr i m * iU* ^ a* < 
tfthjlill [oipgrfyinn at»h 

tfth_5rcaoi& Sr&yp t*.*t the call fype is in 
tfthJE ID for d it a type 
d t h_B is k L e 1 Lingth ol cniganran task 
dth_Pid llnjud ■! lua t Ve C> 

dth.FUg* FLigt 
dthjHbMty Priority 



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is successful, a pointer to if Datatype 
structure will be obtained and the 
dtn_ Header field of this structure points 
to a bJock of information containing 
these fields shown in figure I 
All J il be doing is printing the 
dth_Name field to provide a generaf 
description of the datatype This may 
seem a relatively simple task but there 
are still qutfe a number of operations 
which need to be performed. I've 
marked each of the mam steps taken 
by the program in this month $ source 
code and many operations, opening 
libraries, printing text messages using 
the WRITE DOS macro and the amiga.lib 
printfj) function etc., will be familiar 
from previous instalments There 
are, however, one 0* two other areas 
of the code that do need some 
explanation 


Collecting the command 
line argument 


When a program is started via the Shell register, aO will be pointing to 
the start of the command line arguments and clO will be holding the asso- 
ciated character count. The example program, dec test, will expect a file- 
name to be provided so It needs this sort of usage template,*, dec .test 
so mef ile name. What is needed then is a loop to copy the filename argu- 
ment. and for safety (in case a user wrongly provides more than one 
argument) I'm using the following loop that copies the argument to a 
buffer but exits Immediately if a space separator is found {since this 
would indicate that two or more arguments were provided): 


g * ’ a, r ffl 

l Cli 3 


tap* 


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ffyat 


RDVt.b 

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add teninat mill 


Locking and 
identifying files 


dt_op«n 

ppva , L 

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ditifypt 

dtacriptinn 



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j dd$ . L 

dl r sp adjust siaclf tp 


in order to use the ObiamDataTypeAt) function it is 
necessary lo have a lock on the fife. This is 
achieved using the dos LockQ function and it is 
important that a shareable lock (l.e, an 
ACCESS READ lack) is asked For because tha 
datatypes library will subsequently also need to be 
able to read from tha fila. 

Once the lock is avai sable a call to Obtain- 
Datatype A() can be made and the datatype header 
structure address obtained from the returned 
datatype pointer- The contenls oF the first long word 
of the header sirucime can be used as part of a 
printl() call to output the datatype’s general name. 

The cade for the above steps is shown in listing 1 
but you will, of course, find the complete source on 
the CoverDisk. Don’t forget, incidentally, that 
because the example is using the printfO function, it 
will need to be linked with the amiga.lib library using 
this sort of command line: 


but. a$ you run it. do bear one thing in mind - it’s not 
my code I hat's doing all the hard identification work, 
it's the datatypes library! 


Function: ObtginQstdTyFBAt > 

Fijrpa&s; Tp Identify She daU type cl 4 tile 


dt " DbtaijlDatiTyplMtype, h*r d L i-j- 4 tfn bsjtes,) 
d Q lid jO il 


kpjE ditl't.fype 

fat 6TSTJILE 

handle 

Bf i BPTR Ucfc 

attribute 


fur f 1 Les- this shsuld 


for f i Les this ihnyLd 


f-U&E bf NULL 4 1 prEiEfit 


Return vtlu er dt = pointer to a DataTyp? 

strucrurf or NULL if routine t*il& 


F u n ( 1 1 on i SEliaifCutdfyCfiJ 

PLtrfDSft Free a datatype nod e and «ui jigotlltld imerj 1 


biirle dcE w mt<e to df^Eist Library atiga,Lib 


R«LNSfIdTir!fP4(0t 


40 


rfEDv« irgmtnts 


tiafirip f j Pm t of th# eLiEfl Jypa* rdvntiftc alien code 


Running Ihe program is easy: Just open a Shell 
window and type dec Jest followed by a space and 
then the patlVtilename of the File you wish to exam- 
ine. Tty using the example code to identify IFF pic- 
ture tiles, sound samples, other text files and so on 


Input data... dt 

Bitafype struct ur* 


pflfnti-r to 


Return vfeLut: 


npae 


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TUTORIAL 


heep 


O n last month's artide I 
, defined [he different 
procedures in designrng 2D 
pictures and explained how tp 
build a suable palette. This month I will 
he demonstrating how you can create 
natural backdrops - both cartoon and 
realistic without spending hours at the 
keyboard. 

As mentioned before, there are two 
types of natural backdrop and both have 
good and bad points. The realistic 
backdrop provides exactly that - realism, 
Put at the price of greatly increased 
desrgn time. Cartoon rs relatively simple, 
easy on the palette, and takes a fraction 
of the time required for realistic 
backdrops. 

Although the type of backdrop 
depends on the style of design, it es 
probably a wiser decision to opt for the 
cartoon style until you feel experienced 
enough to tackle realistic backdrops 
Finally, as the sea and sky are the 
most dreaded of backdrops, it is these I 
shall be demonstrating, concentrating on 
the cartoon style first 

Fur a reasonable cartoon-style iky you 
will need, at maximum, four colours from 
your palette and for the sea. six The 
object is not to try and get as much 
detail in the backdrop as possible but to 
break it up into blocks of colour that 
simplify the image while maintaining its 
identity. 

in the sky and sea image shown on 
this page you can see that although 


Don't go 
spare 


advice to any budding artist is 
to build a comprehensive image 
banlu Collecting high quality, 
digitised scenic images available 
from reputable PO houses, allows 
you greater flexibility jn your image 
design. If you are creating realistic 
backdrops you can simply use these 
digitised images complete or cut 
particular bits out as brushes and 
incorporate with your own work. 



natural 


Amiga 2D Part 2 


If natural backdrops fill mou with dread. 
5teue lilhite shows how creating realistic 
backdrops need not be a nightmare amimare 




Alffrpugh cartoon backdrops u«t I * wer colours, *he 
jpncf FOJEiiU cart be as- effective as ■ fPjtlMfc haeifdKflp 


[here is littfe detaif m the sky, [he overall 
effect works well One reason is mat the 
eye concentrates on [he foreground - 
the palm tree - and the backdrop drops 
out of focus, blurring it as a result- 
Another js th.tr the backdrop and 
foreground images have been designed 
fn the same style - that is using fewer 
colours and reducing the amount of 
detail as a result. 


technique to use here is colour hazing, if 
you look out over a scene you should 
notice that the further away objects are. 


the me, appear T ms is referred to 
as depin te „«■ ng and you can apply this 
effect 10 you^ 2D image 
All you need to do is create a spread 
of colours 1 using the Spread tool] - the 
amount depending on tne of 

layers - and fjfl the different layers with 
the colours in the spread beg nnmg at 
the darkest and ending with the i*gmest 
As a Frnal addition, the sea is touched-Lp 
with white flecks demonstrating Eht 
crests of waves and shoreline You tan 
also use the blues used for the sea to 
biend in the white. 


GflHDIEni EFFECTS 


The sea is simply a filled area using a 
gradient fill. Gradient effects are 
excellent for filling large open areas m a 
smoot h transition of colours. Obviously, 
as this is a cartoon backdrop, the need 
For a smooth transition is reduced; 

The gradient tool allows you to specify 
a range of colours, in Ehjs case fight to 
dark blue, and alter the dithering 
between colours. Using the vertscal fill 
option, all that's required a a dick oF the 
mouse and you've got a perfectly 
presentable seascape. The transition is a 
coarse one but it works 

The Final affect in the image is the 
mountains and hills An important 



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The real McCoy 


Realistic backdrops are the exact opposite of cartoon backdrops in that they require 
smooth transitions [spreads), lots of colours, and intricate detail However, most 
competes paint packages include tools for designing realistic backdrops 

One of the most useful tools for creating a real-world feet to 20 designs is to use 
pixel blending or anti-aliasing. Antialiasing takes the colour you are currently drawing 
with and blends it with the colour you are painting on. If you nad a black background 
and painted white onto it, the anti-aliasing would automatical add a grey pixel 
between the black and white. 

The result of this is to eliminate jaggies - the Ertocfcy effect clearly visible when a low^ 
colour palette is used. IF you design your backdrop elements on the spare page you 
can simply grab them as brushes and paint them onto the mam image with the anti- 
aliasing enabled. If you work from the back to the front jgoud advice when designing 
any preture], anti-aliasing will look effective as well as saving hours of painstaking 
work 

Brilliance, especially, has a wide selection of filling tools which can add a 
professional look to realistic backdrops with the minimum amount of fuss. 

That's all For this month. Next month I will be giving a breakdown explanation of a 
futuristic city scene I designed, as well as demonstrating other useful pamt package 
tools. 


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| this rssue. I wanted to provide 
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practical value and the topic I've come up 
th is this - an incredibly easy way of using 
me ASL file requester from within your ARexx 
scripts when running an Release 2+-based 
machines (of course. WorkBench 3 users can 
also use Che Amiga DOS RequestFile 
command,!, 

What was needed, of course, was a 
function library that provides an interface 
between the Exec-style ASL system library and 
ARexx itself. To be honest 1 couldn't find one, 
so the solution was to sit down and write my 
own. The good news is that, having now 
completed the necessary coding, I can now 
give you both the library and an explanation 
of how it is used. 

The library is called the 'arexx.asl. library' 
and tike any other Amiga library, it needs to 
be in your UBS; directory (normally assigned 
to the Workbenchclibs drawer} in order to be' 
found by the system, The first thing you 
should do tnen is copy the library from the 
cover disk to the appropriate UBS. drawer. For 
the function library to be accessible to ARexk. 
it must also be added to an internally 
maintained ARexx library list. This can only be 
done while ARexx is up and running and it 
needs to be repeated every time ARexx is 
restarted. Tne easiest way of doing this is to 
use the AddLibll function in your scripts. The 
parameters expected by AddLibll are tne 
library name, a priority value (usually 0|, a 
negative offset value which I II talk about late, 

and a version number. 

It is normally best to check whether a 
library is already in the library list or not 
before attempting to add it and, this be mg so, 
the code for adding the library is usually 


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like to know that even though an ARexx function torary d essematiy a norma) £«_*>*■ ** 

ARexx only ever calls one library function directly What happens Att* twhm ^ 
library is opened a standard Exec OpenUbraryj) call a performed Mowed ty a u* to a senafled 
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q ^nng this time. ARexx sends (he library the uppercase converted name crflhe Wjrary funebon 

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matches this name to the corresponding 'real' SelectFilejl (unction present in theara*_*sl library. 

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LVOs which effectively represent slots in a table that lists the available functions «M< t* 

Since these vectors' are each six bytes long and the library function vectors -6.-I 2.-1S. and -W m 
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dot above -24. namely -3b Designers of most Aftexx libraries usualy make ^ ^ 
first real function or their library, hence its address tends to go into the -30 LVO stot. 1 w done 
exactly the same thing so that the- magic number -30 in the AddUb[) statement is then simply an 
LVO offset value representing the arexx_asl library s query function. 


When this lane is encountered the 
requester appears and providing tne SCftpi 
user selects the requester s CK the 

name of the selected ftie gets sent 10 
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And that ; basically all there is to it - the 
under i ung library code handles all the 
complicated stuff completely transparently. 
SO the benefit, as far as the ARexx user is 
concerned, is that it becomes possible to 
Bring up and use the asl requester wa a 
single line of ARexx code. 

What we need now is a Tunable 
example and you can find this in listing l 
All I'm doing in this script is collecting a 
filename and printing it back at the Shell 
window. Weedless to say, once you've 
collected a filename as an ARexx string, 
you can of course do whatever you want 
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I Suspended animation since last year, 
■ 1 B rhe world of [he Amiga has been 
growing daily. and nowhere more so than on 
the I'nternet. On the Web atone there are more 
Amiga-based sites than there are BBSs, and more 
information than you could Fit in 1 00 books. 

My particular favourites are The Eric Schwartz 
Web Page, which has been set up and 
maintained tiy Mark Eigby-Jones who presently 
resides at Keble College. Oxford The pages 
contain The Eric Schwartz Animation Lrst, which 
has information on vartUi+lly all of Eric Schwartz's 
animations, For earh animation It gives Lhe year 
of creation, a brief description, system and 
memory requirements, file sizes, running time, 
and direct downloading links from three Ammet 


sites Blah blah, yada< yada, it's great, and its all 
waiting there on the internet for you to 
downioadl Then there's Dark Unicorn 
Productions, a shareware library and home of the 
Amiga Web Directory, a great directory of links to 
Amiga Web. 

This is the nearest I can get within the scope of 
this page to a full-ism directory of all the Amiga 


pages that exist at pesmt on the Web This is as 
accurate as I could get at the time of going to 
press, but of course the Web berng what It is r 
some of the sites will have gone off-line and 
others will have been added. Ihere are also scads 
of personal home pages which are not really 
worth a visit, But after all this, here is the 
deFinrtive list, 



Dark Unicorn Productions 

Amiga Shareware Games, demos, previews, 
and info. 

httpy/www. mcd. on. ca/f ongbo w/du p/ 

Eric Schwartz 

Descriptions and downtoading Finks For Eric 
Schwartz animations dn the Amiga, 
http - //info .ok ac-uk/~kebl020£>/eric . html 

Amiga Computing 

Ooh look, ifs us! 

hf rp:// www.demon. co. uk/a migaeom p/ 

Rainbow of Chaos 

An on-line art gallery featuring works by Amiga 
artists, 

hrtp://www.indy.net/-giefTiini// 

Viking Computers - UK 

UK-based retaiF of PC and AMIGA hardware, 
software and multimedia peripherals. 

SpeciaFists in support 

http;//www. u-nef . com/~vilungt/home. him 

Render-Cam Images 

Behmd-the-scenes tour of a 3D Computer 
Animation workshop. loafs and sample images 
are featured. Also, Lightwave, the Newtek 
animation system developed on the .Amiga. 
hitp://www. crl .com/-rci/rci . htm 

Thor 

A news/mai i/BBS reader for the Amiga. 
http://www.es. urL.no/-kjelfi/thor html 

Village Tronic s Picasso hoard 

The Picasso is a lorro FI graphics card providing 
modes up to 1 600 k 1 200 and depths up to 24 
bits, 

http://www.phqne net/-mwrn/pjC3SS0/ 

Amiga Mosaic 

Mosaic client for Amiga platform (developed at 


http ://msti . physics .sunysb. edu/AMosarc/ 


ARex* Guide is a comp ete AJtem refefi 
with tutoriaFs and dozens of ready-to — l 
examples 

http //www nalcyon eoiWrcnin/MVvv 
ide/man html 

The MOO Page 

A page about Amiga MOD music format fires. 
Fittp. //www esJdnno. comM uture/mods. ht m 

Anything Goes BBS 

A free access BBS serving the world Jvia telnet] 
and Nawair (via dial-up access], Focuses are: 
Japanese Am matron, RoJe Playing Games, 
Amiga computing, $nd general fun! 
http ://www r™. com/- mooncrow/bte, html 

Amiga FAQ 

Lots of great mfo especially for beginners, by 
Ignaz Kellerer 

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rhtmlAmiga FAQ -Fn English 

Amiga Mailing Lifts 

Subscribe to newsletters, quesbons k answer s 
and other spec lalised info delivered regularly 
and automatically to you via email! 
http: //www iam. com/amiga/lists . hrml 

HENS A/micros Amiga Section 

Another nice Amiga life a*chive site in the LfK. 
httpy/microt hensa ,ac. uk/mieros/ 
amiga-dos html 

AIP- Amiga IOPS Project 

The Am^ga IDPS Project is designed to provide 
a fully interneKomphant TCP/IP stack for the 
Amiga. iGood luck, boysi) 
http ://metro. turnpike net/JWNia ! n7 
aip_home.html 

ALymc 

ASCII WebBrowser for AmiTCP ported by P 

Marguardt. 

hrtp://www.fbi- 

berJm .mpg . de/amiga/alynx. html 

The AMDS Web Site 

A source For Amos information and products 
http://mmm. mbhs .edu/'-achur ch/amos/ 


Andy Dean 

Author of ImageStudm and TextureScudio, 
two weir-done image manipulation 
programs. 

http://www.eeud ac.uk/-adean/ 

Michael Fijfher 

One of the original developers of Amiga 
Mosaic 

http: //i nsn physics, sunys fa.edu/-freehdog/ 

Image Engineer 

24-bit image processor and enhancer by 
Simon Edwards. 

http: //minyos .xx . rmi E .edu, au/-s94 073 49/ 

Netrek 

Trog's guide to the rittilCi-pteyeh networked, 
space combat game. 

http ://www cy cor, ca/TCave/Ami ?rek . himl 

PJami 

Project aimed at porting the Mot Java Ufeb 
browser to the Amiga 
htrp://metro turnpike net/N/NiallT/ 
hotjava.html 

Newtek 

Product information on The Video Toaster, 
Video toaster Flyer and Lightwave 3D, 
http://www. newtek .com/ 

Supra 

Makers oF modems and Amiga peripherals, 
http: //ivww. supra .com/ 

Amiga Report Magazine 

The latest news in real-time hypertext or 
downloadable AmigaGuide docs 
http //www omnipresence, com/Ami ga/News 
/Afi/MainPage html 

RrA.W* 

The reading Amiga scene e-zine. |if says 
here. I 

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I kay, last mnnth we taL^gific you how 
*1 to make a pong-type game Fun 
wasn't it? Yes, erf coura it was, don’t 
give me that sulky It was alf nghi ! s’pose face. 
Now this month we H be tackling another 
favourite arcade problem Defender, that old 
Williams' classic, had a space ship in it which 
responded to joystick commands and flipped 
homzontalfy from left to right and went up and 
down. Sounds simple right? Not necessarily. 

You have the problem of getting Amos to 
react to joystick commands which, depending 
on the version of Amos you are running, is 
either easy or hard. EASY AMOS is lacking some 
of the quick plug and play-type joystrek 
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with a bit of judicious twiddling. dipping the 
sprite is easy too, Put it again depends on your 
version of Amos. 

Okay, fet's start by telling you how to do this 
in regular and professional Amos; 

Firstly we credit ourselves, in this case me, 
and then open a 320 by 256 pixel low 
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colour, hide the mouse pointer, and turn the. 
flashing cursor off Fmally r we clear the screen 
This fs a standard program start' 

Rem 4 * ' Defender Ship Movement r 
Rem by Phil South 
Screen Open 0,3 20.. 2 5 6, f6,U>res 
Flash Off i Hide ; Curs Off : Os 0 

After the usuai credit and screen stuff., we must 
create our test sprite. We do dhis by grabbing a 
simple shape drawn on the screen. The shape 
l ve chosen is one which has a Feft and right id 
it - a small rectangle with a point on it, [Ve also 
added a tittle black rectangle to imitate a 
window in the space ship, as if were. These are 
simple graphics but they will give you an idea 
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direction, and the X co-ordinate is incremented 
and decremented by 2. ]Note; to make the 
sprite move faster make it 3.f This moves me 
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Finally, you end the mam loop by printing the 
Bob to the screen at the right rocatron after all 
the calculations, and vdfS- There it is, the basic 
engine for making a space ship scroll around 
the screen and flip defections. Qkay, so now all 
you have ta do is draw the sprites, do a neat bit 
of dual play-field scrolling for the ground, 
animate the aliens, and sample some cool 
sound effects, hut other than that you're sorted 
|Tirij Dk« ng of course. \ i will be showing you 
how to do dual ptayfieid scrofling in a month or 
two. So watch out for that. 

The only real change to this program if you 
are using Easy AMOS is, of course, the joystick 
movements are not scanned for in the same 
way You use the JOY function, with JGY( I |=T 
etc subbing for the JLEFTi 1 J and JRIGHT) I \ 
commands The directions are' 

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Draw a polygon m the defautt colour - white 
- and then draw the bar which is colour 0, 
black, Then we grab the sprite from the- screen, 
being careful to leave a one pixel gap around 
the bottom of the sprite, because foe tome 
reason Get Rob will always grab one pixel less 
than you ask it to in each direction. You could, 
of course, substitute your own sprites drawn m 
DParnt or something, but make sure they 
occupy slot I and 2 in your sprite bank, with 
image T facing right and image 2 facing feft. 

Okay, a little bit of stardust is required to 
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Now down to the meat and potatoes. Set 
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Simitorfy r these next lines check to see tf there 
are any up or down movements of the joystick 
and incs or decs the Y coordinate. Obviously, $ 
you wanted the image to change when the 
ship went up and down, in the manner of 
somethmg like FMype, then you could do the 
following: 

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Then you can check td see rf the sorite is 
reaching the edge of the screen. If it touches 
the visible edges you make sure the coordinate 
stays at that number, so it doesn't move any 
further off the screen (‘Note: you could afso 
Nmit the player to a certain area of the screen 
to make it harder to avoid certain obstacles.! 

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Write stuff 

If r &u have any other Amps programs or 
queues about .Amos, then please write to the 
usuai address, which is: Phil South, Amos 
Column, Amrga Computing, Media House, 
Adhngton Fart, Macclesfield Sk f b 4NP. 

Please send routines on an Amiga disk with 
notes on how the program works on paper, 
not as text files on the disk. Make the murines 
short enough to appear in print, i.e. no mgre 
than about 30-40 lines of Code, and if possible 
make them use no external graphics, or if they 
can't be used without them then be sure to 
provide them on the disk In natrve IFF format, 
and the same goes far sound files. Fallow 
these guidelines to the letter and you II be 
certain of making me a nappy bunny if 
nothing else. 



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1 majority of these CDs me also developed js mu In platform CDs and while dm maj advantageous forthe emtrpany selling 
thVm"the eiui'ijser is faced wish j CD containing a high proportion of files that he probably can’t even use. So what is left . ...a CD contain' ng 
liviHv oi hadlv nnnmWi! directories tilled with low qualilv tin mhuc cases even pathetic 1 graphics- Being a little dissapomteti. the user then looks 
n the font directories and I, mis,., a massive task on his hands, .he has hundreds of fonts (that are prataMy doplicaled many nines) and no way of 
know in it what he's got! The poor end user, is then literally forced into loading every individual torn intoafi apphcation JUS 
lie's actually got! Ifihui wasn’t had enough, lie then, quite possibly, discovers that most of the toots have nnssuig aud/or comij 


lusi to s.ul" what fonts 
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„ „r ,w «, e«1ieri CD develooers even set awav with "Khoveliag" data from their old CDs to new ones and releasing the new; CD as 
"Professional " We could go on and on and on, but why bore you with something you already know? We genuinely feel that the current situation 
,S3l .nwSwMWM « Ite «wM m wl..ih all data CD, or the Amiga will tejtfpd. A b,g cl» ye. mf ? Well. here . a 
brief s n sight to what is Included on [be EMC CDs and hew ihe d.xtu is organised,*/ 

Firstly, these CDs are aimed directly at Amiga users, and are nol designed for multi platform computer use : This 

i t_/i id, u ( ■' iii |fc e ,kut v™ rMiirHit Li'ic 1 To iiicl in ibc rapid station of font, dipart & image data, each of the i CD&coniam i Inm I K 

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been FULLY sorted and ALL directories include full IFF preview thumbnail index screens (and also descriptive filenames) Purchasers of 
CDs will also have the option u> buy a typeface book, published especially lor the EMC ( IX containing «ottl pnnu'iii. 

The RRP price for each CD is £24.99 + £t.oo uk pp 

For First class recorded AimuuL. Europe add £4,00 pp & Rest of World add tfo.tK.i PP 

The second disk - EMC PHASE 2 - will be released on .. .Monday Gth November 1995 


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EMC-PHASE 2 


RELEASE DATE: 
6th November 1995 


FONTS Adobe Typel EMC volumes 17, 27 , 29 & 77 

CG ivwin poiiscripi s ;nc iitesi EMC volumes 25, 26, 30, 31 & 82 

Colour EMC volumes 48 & 49 and 71 imagine compilable T ype 1 Fonts 

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itmapped images are ofte*- s~ - ■ • 
poor cousin LG structured . : - ~ - 
yoy can't scai ie them w ■■ . 

losing resolution, most images are too low a 
resolution to loot good when primed, and 
then they Jock unprofessional Bui tutmapped 
dip art is very versatile You c*m edit a bitmap 
with far greater man you could a vector, 
The only probfem you can have with 
decent bitmapped djp art is that it is usually 
several times larger than an Amiga wifi 
happily display. This means rt can be difficult 
to see what you are working on. However, 
both DPaint and PPaint have a 'Show 
complete image' function so that you can sec 
a version of the clip sea led down to fit onto a 
Hr-res laced screen which is something of a 
consolation, Of course, if you are one of 
those people committed enough to buy a 
graphics card then you are more likely to be 
able fo frt whatever clip you are editing onto 
che screen resolutions available to you. 

Even so, the amount of trouble you have 
to go to to edit a piece of mono clrp art Is 
mirumal. Running DPaint |or PPaine) in only, 
two colour means that even on a low-end 
machine, the speed at which you can edit 
the file and scroll around the screen rs great. 
What's more, compositing mono clip art is 
child's play, Being able 10 patch together two 
pieces of unrelated imagery takes little more 
than a good eye for the consequences and 
an undo buffer 

STHTIOIlEnV ORDER 

For a recent wedding i had to create an 
ensemble of stationery including an order of 
service, invitations, place cards, letterhead for 
thank you notes and finairy a menu. Srnce my 
client (my girlfriend s brother) didn't want to 
run to four colour printing, I decided to use 
Paper Directs overprint papers to provide a 
nice four colour Jock, without the expense. 

Once the diem - his name's Dan, by the 
way, it s shorter and easier to spell - had 
agreed on the design of the paper, J set to 
work designing the Payouts of the various 
items, We used a three fold brochure for the 
order of service and menu, so, reusing the 
template F created for the publishing column 
a few months back, l set out the hymns and 


Bitmap fun 


Thm original 
clip— 


...look, no 
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prayers in the order of service But 
thete was a lot of blank space on 
and there was nothing on page two. the 
Interior flap i suggested a clip for the 
cover, but the onty one ! could find 
that was vaguefy what Dsn wanted was 
a bouquet of flowers The only fly In the 
ointment was the brace of gfasses 
standing next to the dowers. 

Mo problem said I, I II fix that in a jiffy 
Taking the clip into DPaint, 1 swiftly wiped 
the offending pixels from the image and 
saved rt under a different name |no telling 
when J might need the original again) This 
was then placed on the covet between iht 
text about Dan and Mayumi ihis blushing 
Pride), and the location and time of the 
wedding I checked the coordinates for the 




It’s compo time! 


In a departure from the normal programming of the Publishing column, we have a competition for 
you. dear reader. EM ComputergrapWc have just launched the first part of thetr assault on the 
CDflOM market with Phase I, a collection that anyone with even the vaguest interest in DTP or 
graphics should own, and we have five copies of it to give away. And just in case you afready 
have a ropy of Phase 1, you can choose tu win Phase 2 or Phase 3 in its place. Here are EMCs 
questions [you might need to refer to back issues of Amiga Computing j 

1 . What overall rating d»d the Ffiase I CD get >n this month's Laser Guidance? 

2. What rs the exact release date of the EMC Phase 2 CD-flQM? 

3. With regard to EMCs PD/shareware collection, what is the volume number for the C AST C ars 
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4 . hfosv irony CDs are flying around EMC s current ad? 

5. in which year did EMC win the Top Typeface Award? 

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The 1 98^ m was of the fact [fiat 

Erie image was on the first third of the sheet of 
A4 landscape, to be on the First page. The clip 
for the inside cover needed ro be on the third 
section of the A4 landscape sheet, so I divided 
the- 297mm that is The length of a sheet Of A4 
t, three ^jiiip ied the result by two to 
give me the Offset (297 + 3 = 99 x 2 = I 
added the Welcome message under the 
flowers to fill out the page a little more - it 
just looked right 

ii was provident that 1 drdn't overwrite the 
original bouquet rmage, because when we 
went to create the menu, it was decided that 
while the flowers should remain the same on 
the outside of the three fold brochure, the 
interior, in a bizarre twist, should have the 
original image, thus restoring the brace of 
grasses to the image! Not exactly the nadir of 
suspense, I know, but it did add a bit of 
variety to the menu 

Mexf month, we wiJF take a look at 
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and why they are important. 


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■favoured' ways of wxfcng Some 
things may be forced ^pon them by 
ttie sequencer they use ocher oeas are just 
picked up from experience and personal likes 
and drsfikes 

For example, metronome deles drive me nuts, 
so the first thing I tens to do when composing Is 
create a couple of bars of a suitable drum 
pattern and then paste [duplicate] it throughout 
Che section fm working on. This provides a 
working rhythm framework for getting started It 
is also useful to lay down a simple chord track to 
provide some melodpr footholds for creating bass 
lines and so on. The idea with all these types of 
guide fracas is to keep them simple Use them 
just to hang your real ideas on and then, as your 
work evolves you simp./ delete the guide tracks 
as and when they become redundant 
I also tend to work gn individual sections - 
verses, choruses, beginnings, ends and so on in 
relative isolation and only having created 
Separate sequences for the various components 
□f the song do I then link them together. The 


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modify an arrangements add. dupficate, or 
remove verses and so on if each song section is 
available as a separate sequence. 

With most sequencers, songs created in this 
way also tend to end up being physically smaller 
because onry one copy of each section will be 
stored, no matter how many times it gets played 
in the final arrangement. Pr Ts KCS, Bars & 
pipes, and many other sequencers provide 
approaches to song construction that allow this 
section-oriented approach to be used, and 


meaningful names. verse, chorus, bridge etc., can 
always be assigned to the various sequences, 
Another thing I ve found to be generally useful 
is to collect any preliminary setting up events into 
a separate control sequence You might, for 
example, create a couni-in sequence that plays 
straight fours on the high-hat and include 
within that sequence all the program change 
events that select the voices for the various 
Midi channels that are in use. Thai way. all 
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playback purposes if a Midi file player 
program is being used. 

In theory type 2 Midi fifes would be 
ideal for saving the individual sections 
of an arrangement ithis in fact is what 
type 2 Midi files were actually designed 
for), but of course nobody ever uses 
them because most sequencer packages 
do not support their use. ft is, therefore, 
still worth saving additional copies of 
your songs as ordinary sequencer fifes 
because It is then generaJfy easier to 
make arrangement changes as the 
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hfp matter what sequencer you use the chances are you ii end up using far more tracks than you 
really need while you are actually creating a song You might far example, experiment with half a 
dozen ideas far a drum break at the end of a particular section of a song before deciding on the 
version you like. If you ve used any auto-faeping facilities prov Jed by the sequencer, you might we! 
find that each Joop repeat creates a new crack [as it does with Dr T 's KCSl. 

Sure you can m Jte the unwanted ones as a temporary measure-, but by the time you've got a 
couple o f dozen unwanted tracks like this ftoaeng abound thngs will be getting a bit messy and 
this can lead to silly mistakes being made l find if best to mtx down the tracks associated with 
various Mrd* channels far . frequently in orde- to keep the number of tracks in use to a reasonable 
level, 

With some sequencers you just have to delete unwanted tracks. With others like Of Ts KCS, 
however, you can write all tracks to a single sequence, switch to Song mode and pface that 
sequence into a song, and then as* KCS to write the sequence back ro the tape deck [using the 
Song To Tracks option!. As rt does this. KCS splits the sequence so that all events from each Midi 
channel go onto a different track and this, of course, effectively combines, and so instantly tidies up p 
all your previous track layouts 

You can do a similar thing with Sequencer One Plus by saving the composition as a Midi file and 
then importing it back into the sequencer again, Bars £• Pipes, of course, provides auto looping 
facilities which let you record up to eight loop sections that get placed in temporary store. At the 
end of the loop recording you're able to listen to all the various versions and then select the one 
you wish to keep - Bars &* Pipes then discards alf the other versions. 


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f you use your Amiga tar vrdeo 
titling and graphics you almost 
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regular basis to provide the necessary fettering 
for your wort:, iut were you srware of the 
huge number of fonts out there that you may 
not yet have access to because they are in a 
format which your favourite software cannot 
read? Wouldn't you Irke more variation than 
yaur current font collection provides - and 
have fonts m a format which are useful to 
you? Weil, here are a few ideas which might 
help you do just that 

Firstly, let me tell you a little bit about fonts 
and the Amiga In the early days, just about 
the only fonts an Amiga could use were either 
single colour bitmapped |i.e. where each letter 
is composed of fixed patterns of pixels, Just 
Pike images or brushes | or in formats specific 
only to particular programs. Time passed, and 
multi-coloured bitmap fonts, called ColoriFontS 
(which could contain anything up to 16 
colours], beqan to appear. 

The best known of these are KflraFonts/ 
several of which have been bundled with 
DeluxePamt over the years. ColorFgnts. like 
bitmapped fonts, are only produced in specify 
sizes, and trying to resize them usually results 
in thejaggies,' either by making the pixels 
more evident or by removing pixels which 
helped smooth the shape of a letter On the 
other hand, foe great advantage of 
Color Fonts is that new lettering could be 
designed in all kinds of styles - granite, 
bevelled, camouflaged and much more, 
extending the creative scope for both 
producers and users, though not afl programs 
can take advantage of them 

nu-tminGi 

The introduction ofAmlgaDOS 2.1 brought 
big changes because it made CGFonts faka 
Compugraphic or JnteiiifontJ available for the 
first time. Unlike bitmap fonts, which have 
only fixed size ranges, CGFonts are 
mathemati early-based (or vector) fonts, 
meaning they can be resized smoothly at au 
times and that virtually any iked lettering can 
be produced from a single data fife, unlike 
bitmaps, which require separate files for each 
text size, 

Once CGFonts had been introduced, 
piqg rammers started to incorporate their use 
mta software so that programs like QPamt and 
Sea la fto name but two] could road and 
display them directly, scaling them on the fly 
as necessary. Of course, the screen text is still 
made up of pixels, since (hat’s how computer 
monitors work, but the font's fidelity was 
much improved ancf, for the most part, the 
worst of the jaggies were consigned to foe bit 
bucket 

But it takes a fast Amiga to successfully 
manipulate CGFonts onto screen in anything 
approaching real-time, because the fonts have 
to be seated and translated as bitmaps on 
screen, By using the Fountain program 
supplied with Workbench,, you can skip this 
step by producing bitmap fonts ftom CGFonts 
and laving them at the sizes you require. Of 
course, saving these bitmaps requires disk 
space and Jsrge r*xt si need quite a lot of 
space, so users without hard drives need to 
carefully consider their font needs before they 



Fonts 


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start convening large amounts of CGFonts 
into bitmaps. 

The Fast major font type we ll consider ts 
Postscript fonts (sometimes also known as 
P5FonB|< These are based on a format 
popularised by Adobe Systems and hundreds, 
perhaps thousands, of these fonts are 
available - many of them as shareware. Like 
CGFonts, PSFonts are scaleable, though them 
aren't many Amiga video programs which can 
use them directly,, so they will usually require 
conversion to either CGFonts or Amiga 
bitmaps 

Many of the CGFonts m shareware and 
commercial collections have been converted 
from shareware PSFonts with Soft-Log ik's 
TypeSmlth or Alternative Image s A2A 
programs. Owners of Gold Disk's Professional 
Page 4 DTP program can sometimes also use 
the FgntiManager program to convert PSFonts 
to CGFonts and then Fountain to produce 
bitmaps if necessary, so long as either the 
PFM or AFM data files are also available with 
the original PSFont 

So you can see that a very wide range of 
fonts are available, in one way or another, for 
Amiga use, but you should realise that if you 
arc doing video work with your Amiga they 
wifi always be displayed on screen as bitmaps 


{and transferred as such to video |. and wilt 
still tend towards jagged ness if the screen 
restitution is too law. The best resolution to 
use. rf your Amiga has enough memory, is Hi- 
res mtetiace at 640 * 512 pixels, or ?68 x 580 
if you need overscan because the pixel srze is 
smaller and hence the rough edges are less 
evident 

Jaggies can be further reduced by either 
using a program's antialiasing functions (if 
available! a font antialiasing utility such as 
Zen s Ant A or by judiciously adding 
intermediate pixels at critical points to smooth 
the edges into the background. Be aware that 
if you re using a genlock to key graphics over 
video, foe effect of anti-aliasing is unlikely do 
improve the result because it s very difficult to 
produce anti-aliasing against a constantly 
changing background tike video, and you’d 
be better advised to employ distinctive 
coloured borders for your text to highlight foe 
edges against the video background. 


Next month 


More on fonts and [heir use m video. 
You can email Gary UWiitdey as 
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SCSI-1 and SCSI4) interface, allowing 
up yo six additional devices to be 
connected. What's more the Power 
CD-ROM features a F Hot^plug r which 
allows you to connect and disconnect 
the CD-ROM and any other additional 
devices even when the Amiga is 
switched on. 

The CD-ROM drive comes with a SCSI 
interface. PSU, manual, audio lead, 
mains lead and software which 
includes Audio CD, CD32 Emulator, 
MPEG Film Decoder and Photo CD,. 


AMIGA 600/1200 

k2 SPEED CD-ROM inc sqlirael , .£179 
X4 SPEED CD-RQM INC.SQUIMEL £249 

AMIGA 4000 

DOUBLE SPEED CD-ROM ... £139 

QUAD SPEED CD-ROM £199 

AMIGA 4000 SCSI-1 NT1H FACE £129 

SCSI INTERFACE REQUlHiD FOR A 4W 




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tiev i4GV SCSI ID COOLING SCSI AUDIO 

SWITCH FAN CONNECTORS IN/OUT 


double -speed 



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SCSI CONNECTORS AUDIO 'N'OUT 

Ai SFEE3 £D-*Ou CASING DfFF-ffcS fftOM ONE SHOWN 


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£249 £ 179 * 

quad-speed dual-speed 

CD-ROM SOFTWARE 

LIGHTWAVE 30 ENHANCER , £55.95 

CDBOOT f.Q , , , . , , , ,£29 

WORLD INFO‘95 £39-95 

DA CAPO VOL 1 MUSIC MODULE .£25 

FRE5HFQNT5 II ... . . . .£17 

GAMERS DELIGHT £25 

GOLDFISH 2 £25 

LIGHT ROM . , .£39 

MAGIC ILLUSIONS ..£10 

MEETING PEARLS VOL 1 £10 

MEETING PEARLS VOL 2 £10 

THE LIGHT WORKS £34 

THE SEAUTV OF CHAOS £12 

AMINFT 5 £12 

AMINET SET 1 £25 

CO-WRITE £39 

FRESH FISH 8 . £25 

GATEWAY VOL 1 £9.95 



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POWER <1 

VIPER 



£ 119 . 




T-,e Siper 28 can have up to 123MB 
Ram installed, full Kickstart remapping, 
optional SCSI-1 1 adaptor, on-board 
battery Parked clock, SS8B2 co- 
processor, instruction and data burst 
modes 


VIPER 23 MW! BARE 
21 PER 28 MICH 2MB 
VIPER 23 VK III 4MB 
VIPER 28 MWI 8MB 
VIPER 28 MWI 1SMB 


£119.95 

1199.95 

£259.95 

£399.95 

£569.95 


FPU's complete with crystal, Please 
state for Blitzarri compatibility. 

20MH2 FPU PLCC £20.95 

33MH2 FPU PLCC £39.95 

40MH2 FPU PLCC , ,£60.95 

50MH2FPUPGA £69.95 

SCSI-11 INTERFACE (viper ii onlvj £69.95 

4MB SIMM ,,,£139 

8MB SIMM ......£279 




The Viper SO can have up to 12SMB 
RAM installed, and the same features 
as the Viper 28. 


VIPER SO BARE ...£199.95 

VIPER 50 2MB £279.95 

VIPER 50 4MB £349.95 

VIPER 50 8MB £479.95 

VIPER 50 ISMfi £649,95 


A 1200 SMB RAM card which uses 1 x 
32 SIMMs and is PCMCIA friendly. 

PCI 208 BARE .£59.95 

PC 1208 1MB £39.95 

PCI 208 2MB £129,95 

PCI 208 4MB £139.95 

PCI 208 8 MB £329.95 



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Imagine a world where light 
doesn't move in waves... 





1 liSolt Systems is proud to present 1 linema4D - a new world of 
Amiga ray-tracing. Cincma4D is packed with power-user features 
that will satisfy even the most demanding users Moreover, at £199 
inc., Cinema4D does not carry a power-user price tag. 

Cinema4D provides an easy-to-use multi-tasking editor replete 
with every conceivable option including window-based realtime 
interactive modelling, modelling directly ill 3D, basic and complex 
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Cinema4D runs on all Amigas w ith a minimum of 3MB RAM, and 
Kiekstart 2 or higher. Cinema4D supports all Amiga and graphic 
card modes (HAM, HAMS, 24-hit, etc.) and recognised file formats 
(Imagine, Sculpt, DXF, Reflections, etc.). 

The world-beating Cinema4L> is 
available from a 11 good Amiga 
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]f you experience any difficulties 
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Please add £3 P&P for despatch to 
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