Recently, some new Game-Mags came out and I took a look at them. Forget'em all, except the Amiga- Joker, which is an interresting new Game-Mag, only for the Amiga. It shows rather new games, hardware and books for the Amiga. It is funny. Many people say that the ASM is the best, but I say Power-Play is better.
Power-Play is written in better German, and not in the kind of dirty language the ASM uses. The Power-Play is faster, has better pictures of the new games, and you will find what you are searching for. (If you are looking for a special article in the ASM, you better shoot yourself!) And when a game gets a star in the Power-Play the game will become an hit! Unlike in the ASM, where every game, for which they get much money, gets a star.
This about the Game-Mags, but there are some other mags especially for the Amiga. There is for example the Amiga (Markt&Technik), which is a shitty mag. Too much advertisement, old games and mad writers! The only solution is the Amiga-Special, which is definetly the best Amiga-mag! They are writing about the scene sometimes, and they do have very good articles about programming, hardware, software and many tips. So that's it about the German Mags, what about an article about the English and American Mags? Who's going to write one??
P.S.: There were many rumours about the Bamiga-party. The fact is that it was visited by the police. Another fact is that all German freaks were sent home. But what happended with the others? We don't know, because we were waiting for any news, but we weren't sent any in time, so we can just tell you the facts above. Has anybody be there? (Of course someone must have been there!!) So what about writing an article about what happened there? Some people said that Quartex was dead! So what about lies like this one? Stop telling shit, we know who's spreading news like this, and we want to say that we think that this is unfair. You can see what can happen with rumours like this!
This article originally appeared in the Amiga diskmagazine "Zine #2" by Brainstorm 1989.
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