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Amazing Computing Vol 7 No 3 (Mar 1992) front cover
Amazing Computing 3 (Apr 1989- )
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Cover Story DeluxePaint IV
Miracle Piano Teaching System
Scenery Animator
REAL-3D
MegAChip 2000/500
Epson EPL 7500
MultiStart II
Video Blender
Interface Design Kit
An Amiga Artist Gallery
Semi-automatic Painting
How to photograph your Amiga's screen
Admin Note Volume 7 Number 3 March 1992
ARexx by Merrill Callaway
Bug Bytes by John Steiner
CLI Directory by Keith Cameron
DeluxePaint IV by R Shamms Mortier
Diversions
Do You See a Change in Color by John Iovine
Epson EPL 7500 by Merrill Callaway
Interface Design Kit v1.5 by Dave Spitler
Medley by Phil Saunders
MegAChip 2000/500 by James Botelho
Miracle Piano Teaching System by Christopher Piper
MultiStart II Board by L S Lichtman
New Products by Tim Duarte
Programs that Work by Dave Spitler
Real 3D Pro 1.4 by R Shamms Mortier
Roomers by The Bandito
Scenery Animator by Frank McMahon
Screen Photography by Patricia Murphy
Semi-Automatic Painting and Animation by Kevin Lude
Show Report
The Video Slot by Frank McMahon
Video Blender by John Steiner

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