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Scala revisited in Amiga Addict 28

Last Updated on March 19, 2024

A new edition of Amiga Addict is out this week, boasting a huge feature on Scala. The video titling/slideshow authoring multimedia software package is still going 35 years later. It built its reputation thanks to the video capabilities of the Amiga, and is now a popular commercial display solution.

The magazine ships with three public domain games to download for classic Amigas as well as TheA500 Mini.

Elsewhere in Amiga Addict 28

You’ll find these other items featured in the magazine:

  • The best classic Amiga gaming with Stuntman Seymour, Alien Breed Special Edition ’92, Project-X, Assassin Special Edition and Time Bandit.
  • Current game reviews, including Abbey(s) Of The Dead and Spheroid.
  • Legendary Amiga game musician and composer Allister Brimble. He reveals how he started out on the Amiga and why he loved working on the platform.
  • An in-depth overview of Deluxe Paint IV’s AGA features. This includes an exclusive interview with movie animator and director Phil Nibblelink. (His work includes An American Tale: Fievel Goes West, The Great Mouse Detective and The Black Cauldron).
  • Deputy editor Ian chats with Michael Dawes (AKA Mixel) to learn how he evolved his design and illustration skills into full-blown Amiga game development.
  • The ongoing Amiga coding tutorial series in AMOS Professional continues.
  • Jolyon Ralph of Almathera Systems Ltd shares a typical day working at one of the most famous Public Domain compilation and Amiga CD-ROM software studios. Almathera were responsible for CDPD and 17 Bit CDs, and of course, Photogenics!
  • In the AA Testbench section, a review of AmiFox. This is the Amiga web browser making a name for itself by serving up perfect renditions of most modern websites!
  • Regulars including former-Sensible Software’s Stoo Cambridge, Demoscene with h0ffman, Amiga news, User Groups, Classic Coverdisk Of The Month and readers letters.
  • Plus lots lots more..!

Amiga Addict 28 is shipping from March 21st, and available from Addict Media or your local WHSmith, for just £6.50.

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