Amiga Survivor


Amiga Survivor

"Amiga Survivor" was a monthly computer magazine published by Crystal Software. This publication originally started as a black and white A5 size fanzine called The Domain but eventually became a full colour A4 magazine.

See also

* "Amiga Active"
* "Amiga Computing"
* "Amiga Format"
* "Amiga Power"
* "Amiga User International"
* "Amiga World"

External links

* [http://www.amiga-survivor.uklinux.net/ Official website]
* [http://www.magazines.ch/amigamagsuk.html#Amiga_Survivor Information]
* [http://www.magazines.ch List of Amiga magazines]


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