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24.Dec.2014



Amiga-News wishes Merry Christmas!
The team of Amiga-News wishes all Amiga fans Merry Christmas as well as a Happy New Year.

We want to thank all of our loyal readers and together we are looking forward to a eventful year 2015 for our Amiga. (cg) (Translation: (dr)

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24.Dec.2013



Amiga-News wishes Merry Christmas!
The team of Amiga-News wishes all Amiga fans a Merry Christmas!


As a little Christmas gift, the full version of Putty Squad was given to the community. (cg) (Translation: (dr)

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07.Sep.2013



Amiga-News celebrates 15th anniversary
In late summer of 1998 Petra Struck began to publish news about the Amiga on here private website. The oldest news message is from August  13th - the regular news then started to be published in September.

Right from the beginning a whole team was involved in editing the news: From August 1998 Christoph Dietz has been responsible for the technical issues, the first translator joined the team in February 1999. The member who has been for the longest time part of the team and still active, is Sven Drieling, who in June 1999 started as an editor and for several years has developed the software of Amiga-News as programmer.

There was a time, the access figures of the website could compete with those of other platforms, a seperate server could be financed by the adverts of different Amiga traders placed on the start page. More than 20 persons joined the team - among others a cartoonist, a reader as well as a lot of translators: For a while Amiga-News was available not only in German and English, but also in French, Polish, Japanese or Turkish and Flemish.

10 years ago we all hoped that the Amiga market would recover but it has not - for fifteen years Amiga-News has documented the transformation of an actual market - with companies and its press releases, proper fairs, commercial product as well as differnt developers - to a hobby, which basically is kept alive by fans who support the platform in the spare time.

This transformation also affected Amiga-News: The team now consists of seven persons and for a very long time the maintenance of the website is underfunded. If you want to support us then you are very welcome to make a little donation which is linked on the start page of the website. At the best of times, more than 300 news have been reported per month. Today averagely 70 news per month are published.

But we all still enjoy the Amiga and we are a happy to continue to provide you with the latest news. Therefore we want to thank all our loyal readers so much and wish you a happy reading with Amiga-News during the next fifteen years. ;-) (cg) (Translation: (dr)

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