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New World Order #8 by Weird Magic [web]
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release date : january 1996
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added on the 2004-02-22 20:29:10 by Shifter Shifter

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Too bad that Weird Magic managed to bring out only one extra issue after they took over from Ground Zero, IMHO New World Order was one of the best PC diskmags ever.
rulez added on the 2004-02-22 23:57:16 by sparcus sparcus
fully concur.
rulez added on the 2005-10-26 01:34:26 by Shifter Shifter
New World Order #8

The last issue of New World Order was released in January 1996. This issue was a production of the group Weird Magic, as could be seen in the intro. The editorial was written by Mr. Logic of Weird Magic. He also coded the engine. The background graphics were from Face of Weird Magic. The musical score consists of four tunes, by MiG of Weird Magic, Guybrush of Weird Magic, The Rew of Nostalgia, and Balrog of Proxima and Noice. The charts categories are the same as always, except that there's a new category about the most popular site on the Internet. Only 16 people voted, nevertheless the charts were published. The party section focuses on Bizarre 1995 and Wired
1995. There are several more serious and not-so-serious articles and stories, all in all the menu occupies four pages. One article is a Danish scene report, which turned out to be a source of controversy. There's also an Australian scene report. The only interview is with the editor of this issue, Mr. Logic. All in all it may be a nice issue if you enjoy weird stories and nonsense, otherwise it doesn't have a lot of contents for you.
added on the 2008-11-08 18:11:40 by Adok Adok
If it weren't for the internet I'd probably have done another issue.. For NWO#8 I guess as a coder I put more time in the UI and code than in content. I wanted it to be in SVGA and slick like the demoscene is known for.
added on the 2010-08-13 07:18:00 by MrLogic MrLogic
Also this release features my mod/s3m player Playmate, which never got released seperately, but at least in this prod you can see what it's interface was like.
rulez added on the 2010-08-13 07:24:32 by MrLogic MrLogic

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