Another of my Egyptian collection gets the scanning treatment. This is a really nice look at less well known artifacts in the Egyptian Museum collection.
It's starting to get really cramped for space on the Mediafire account with 40GB's of free space left on my 1TB plan. At some point sooner rather than later I will need to cull content to make way for newer releases so if you want this and any other book content it would pay to grab them ASAP as they will likely be the first to be culled
Hevhas uploaded what were the final two issues to be published of this magazine. Grab issues 85 & 86 from the usual location.
Interestingly, the Atari fans stated that the Atari was "better" than the Amiga yet for all of that its competitors last magazine (Amiga Format) would run for another four years before it was cancelled. I put that down not to any sort of manufacturer support ... there was none for either machine thanks to the bankruptcy of both ..... but simply because the Amiga's were more expandable, especially the big box Amiga's and the A1200 which allowed 3rd party peripheral suppliers to upgrade machines far more easily than could be done on any Atari. The fact that 3rd party Amiga hardware is still being actively developed today illustrates the difference between the two really. It's a shame Jay Miner had his HAM (Hold and Modify) code changed and his VRAM based enhanced video chipset (Ranger) dropped or the Amiga could have been a true PC killer at the time