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Amazing Computing Vol 8 No 3 (Mar 1993) front cover
Amazing Computing 3 (Apr 1989- )
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Cover Story Babylon 5: Hollywood Technigues on the Amiga
Alladin Tutorial
DPaint IV Titles
Morphing with MorphPlus
Creating AmigaVision Programs
3-D Heads
Playmation
CineMorph
Art Expression
Bill's Tomato Game
Concordia University's Video Lab
The People & Amigas Behind Babylon 5
Admin Note Volume 8 Number 3 March 1993
MITE AVISTA by Terrence Byrnes
Forging a Head by Henrik Martensson
AmigaVision Projects by William Murphy
Building Your Business Image by Dan Weiss
Crayon Titles by Patrik Beck
Morph It by Merrill Callaway
Toasty EFX for Babylon 5 by Les Paul Robley
CES Winter '93 in Las Vegas
Art Expression by R. Shamms Mortier
Deluxe Paint IV Videos by Greg Epley
CineMorph by R. Shamms Mortier
AMOS Professional by Jack Nowicki
Amiga Action Replay MK III by Henning Vahlenkamp
New Products & Other Neat Stuff by Elizabeth Harris
Bug Bytes by John Steiner
cli directory by Keith Cameron
Roomers by the Bandito
The Video Slot by Frank McMahon
ARexx by Merrill Callaway
Diversions

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