Amiga Computing

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Amiga Computing
Editor Derek Meakin (initially)
Categories Computer and video games
Frequency Monthly
First issue June 1988
Final issue
— Number
October 1997
117
Company Europress / IDG Media
Country United Kingdom
Language English
ISSN 0959-9630

Amiga Computing was a monthly computer magazine of a serious nature, published by Europress and IDG in both the UK and USA. A total of 117 issues came out. The games section was called Gamer, although later Amiga Action was incorporated into the magazine and became the games section.

History[edit]

The magazine's first 80 issues were published by Europress, known as Database Publications from June 1988 to March 1990,[1] Interactive Publishing from April 1990 to May 1991,[2] and finally as Europress Publications From June 1991 until December 1994.[3] It was then sold to IDG and published by them starting Christmas 1994 and until its final 117th issue in October 1997.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Amiga Computing #1 (1988-06); Amiga Computing #22 (1990-03)
  2. ^ Amiga Computing #23 (1990-04); Amiga Computing #36 (1991-05)
  3. ^ Amiga Computing #37 (1991-06); Amiga Computing #80 (1994-12)
  4. ^ Amiga Computing #81 (1994-XMas); Amiga Computing #117 (1997-10)

See also[edit]

External links[edit]