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Amiga Format 3 (Oct 1989) front cover
Amiga Format (Aug 1989 - Feb 1992)
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Coverdisk Contents

Coverdisk 3 Type Pages HOL
Access!
OK, we admit it. We've been neglecting you communications buffs lately and so to make amends, we have a powerful communications program for your perusal that features more bells and whistles than a fairground organ.
Utility (Comms) 62
Amiga Format Demo
Thanks to those nice chaps at 17 Bit software, Amiga Format has its own demo, produced especially for us to share with you on our Coverdisk. Load it up and pump up the volume!
Scene Demo 60
DPaint Tutorial Clipart
You've read the article, you've played with the paint package, now try your hand at facial architecture with our selection of clip art files.
Picture 60
PopDIR
Question: when is an empty disk a full disk? Answer: when you try viewing a disk from Workbench that contains files that don't have icons. With PopDIR, you can cover those hidden files that other Workbench utilities cannot reach.
Utility 60
Workbench Hacks
Enough of this seriousness... these disk pages are getting far too serious... and they're not even faintly suspect. Amiga Format presents another does of the very best in silly software.
Utility 63
Xenon 2
Try your hand at the game every 16-bit computer owner has been talking about. After the immensely popular Xenon and the highly acclaimed Speedball, the Bitmap Brothers come up tops with another game to redeefine the leading edge in arcade action.
Game (Demo) 59 View Hall of Light entry

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