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Amtix! issue 1, November 1985
Categories Computer magazine
Frequency Monthly
First issue November 1985
Final issue
— Number
April 1987
Company Newsfield Publications Ltd
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Amtix! magazine was, in its own words, a "monthly software review for the Amstrad computers" published by Newsfield Publications Ltd during the mid-1980s.

Unlike Zzap!64 and CRASH (its more successful sister publications from Newsfield), Amtix! was relatively short-lived. It ran for 18 issues in total between November 1985 and April 1987, plus a special preview issue (Issue zero) which was given away with Zzap!64 and CRASH.

After issue 18, Amtix! was discontinued, and Newsfield sold the name to Database Publications who used the Amtix! logo on the games review section of Computing With The Amstrad.[1]

Like Zzap!64 and Crash, Amtix! had very distinctive, comic-style cover art, drawn by Oliver Frey.

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  1. ^ "The End of the Road for Amtix!". Amtix! (Newsfield Publications Ltd.) (18). Retrieved 2015-02-13. After nearly eighteen months of hard reviewing, the AMTIX team is disbanding [..] This is the last issue of AMTIX! [..] Newsfield are passing the title on to Database Publications, who plan to incorporate the best features of AMTIX! in their magazine, COMPUTING WITH THE AMSTRAD.