British computer games magazine which ran from 1991-96 for 65 issues and focused, unsurprisingly, on Amiga games. Mostly.It's mostly remembered for its totally quirky yet endlessly readable style. People didn't read it for the Amiga games; they read it for the writers, the biting yet totally honest opinions, the Running Gags, the reviews done in the style of other things (play Review-By-Numbers! No, really; the reviewer writing it as if they were in hospital), the features that you simply wouldn't get in other magazines (for example, a two-page spread on how to play Doom in real life).The magazine ended in 1996 as the Amiga itself was dying, but people fondly remember it to this day. Former staffer Stuart Campbell maintains a historical fansite that gives a peek into the inner workings. An archive of its reviews is also available here.
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