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Amiga Action 43 (Apr 1993) front cover
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Previews
Name Publisher Type Reviewer Pages HOL
Abandoned Places 2   Amiga ICE Preview Boggit 100 View Hall of Light entry
'Allo 'Allo   Amiga Admiral Software Preview 8 View Hall of Light entry
The Ancient Art of War in the Skies   Amiga MicroProse Preview (in-depth) Huw Melliar-Smith 72-73 View Hall of Light entry
The Blue and the Gray   Amiga Impressions Preview 6 View Hall of Light entry
The Blues Brothers   Amiga Titus Preview 10 View Hall of Light entry
Bully's Sporting Darts   Amiga Admiral Software Preview 10 View Hall of Light entry
Championship Manager '93   Amiga Domark Preview (in-depth) Huw Melliar-Smith 74 View Hall of Light entry
Foot Pedal   Amiga
Foot pedal for racing games
SpectraVideo Preview 10
Global Conflict   Amiga Quantum Software Preview 6 View Hall of Light entry
Ishar 2   Amiga Daze/Silmarils Preview (in-depth) Steve McNally 78 View Hall of Light entry
Kid Pix   Amiga
Children's paint package
Electronic Arts Preview 8 View Hall of Light entry
Legends   Amiga
Previewed as an OCS/ECS release, but the final sales version 3 years later was AGA/CD32
Krisalis Preview 10 View Hall of Light entry
Litil Divil   Amiga
Previewed as an OCS/ECS release, but was released on the Amiga for CD32 only
Gremlin Preview (in-depth) Nick Merritt 76-77 View Hall of Light entry
Seikosha SL95 colour printer   Amiga
24-pin dot matrix colour printer
Seikosha Preview 8
Zool   Arcade
This unreleased coin-op conversion was going to include all 7 worlds in the Amiga version, but feature 100 levels of 32-bit enhanced platform action (as opposed to the 16-bit Amiga's 24 levels)
Bell Fruit Manufacturing (BFM) Preview (in-depth) Alan Bunker 91 View Hall of Light entry

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