Amiga license Micronik towers, the fastest 68060 Amiga accelerator ever and
the regular round up of major and minor news this month.
Crack the Code
So you want to get the most from your Amiga? Then learn to program it!
Learning the art of computer programming is not as hard as you might think,
and this month we give you all that's required to get started: the Storm C
compiler on the coverdisks and CD, coupled with a new style of tutorial
that promises fast results and will give you all the tools you'll need to
start programming and put yourself firmly in the driving seat.
We know that MYST is coming and we've even played Duke Nuke 'em 3D in the
office. All these titles are now appearing on the horizon thanks to the
rise of the 68030 and the long awaited PowerPC. Find out what wre know
about the future of games for the power users of Amiga...
PowerPC is Coming!
The most significant advance on the Amiga scene since the A1200 is about to
happen: PowerPC accelerators that run at over 100 times the speed of
current Amigas will be available within weeks, offering affordable
Pentium-beating performance to mass market Amigas!
Coverdisks and CD-ROM
Storm C Compiler
The Storm C compiler is the best commercial and fully supported C compiler
currently available for the Amiga. We bring you the latest useable demo
version limited by the length of time that it will run. A truly
This exclusive demo to CU Amiga gives the best quality print out possible
on a host of printers. This version will print in full but with a small
logo at the top of the page.
Low-tech, high-thrills one-on-one action in this farcical tribute to the
biplanes of old.
Super CD-ROM 13
Simply the best CD-ROMs for your Amiga. Number 13 is no exception.
Games & Entertainment
Trapped 2 preview
Zone 99 preview
Vendetta 2175 review
Reach for the Stars
Tech Scene - Reviews
Battle of the Browsers
The Net is where it's all happening on the Amiga. Mat Bettinson puts the
Amiga's top trio of web browsers head to head and comes up with
some interesting results.
Voyager NG 2.9x - Vaporware/Active Software
IBrowse 1.12 - Omnipresence/HiSoft
AWeb-II 3.0 - Amitrix/Blittersoft
A round up of lots of bits and peices of hardware highly useful for putting
your Amiga in a tower.
Cinema 4D V4 CD edition
Maxxon's latest rendering package gets a thorough test to see what's new
and improved since the last highly rated versions.
A test run of HiSoft's PCMCIA high-speed serial port reveals just whether
it will give an increase in performance...
Port Plus Jnr
Otherwise known as a HyperCOM outside of the UK, this rival high-speed
serial port replacement is compared to the Whippet.
It had to happen, Power Computing's Viper 630 brings a 40Mhz 68030 to the
Amiga. Worth it?
Viper Mark V 1230/50
Power's latest in the line of A1200 accelerators. This one sports SCSI-2
built in as standard.
GP Soft's Directory Opus latest incarnation. What's changed and how does
it stack up as a directory utility and a Workbench replacement?
Serious shareware applications and utilities examined in detail.
All the latest Amiga CD-ROMs on the market.
Readers art, some of which can be seen on this site .