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Imphobia #9 by imphobia
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release date : february 1995
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I think that's enough for today, i will upload another one tomorrow. Make no mistake people, this was not just a diskmag, this was pure art. Download it asap :)
rulez added on the 2002-06-07 16:23:02 by zafos zafos
AHH... oldshcool feeling..
rulez added on the 2002-06-08 00:30:59 by keen keen
rulez added on the 2003-04-06 17:20:19 by dubmood dubmood
rulez added on the 2005-04-21 14:58:50 by chavez chavez
Great work by imphobia here. Note the great graphics and as always some fantastic music to accompany the articles.
rulez added on the 2005-12-13 09:34:34 by d3pth d3pth
Imphobia #9

Imphobia #9 came out in February 1995 and contained 1.1 Mbytes of texts. The graphics were again by PL. There was a new title picture but the same (buggily displayed) background image as in Imphobia #8. The music came from Basehead, Scorpik of Surprise!Productions, Zodiac of Cascada and NHP. There were about 30 authors and 106 voters - less than in the previous issue, but don't forget that there had been less time until this issue.

The Scene Forum of this issue dealt with the questions whether the Amiga is dead or not and whether or not it is good to create a scene CD. There were also a Belgian scene report and a debate about design. In the Miscellaneous sub-section we could find statements about racism, the story of ID software, an article about how to deprotect programs and other things. There were Weird Stories (including jokes), Poetry, Partyline, Graphics Corner and Coding Corner, all of these sub-sections having a decent amount of articles. As a new feature there was a Music Corner, which mostly featured articles written by The Rew of Nostalgia.

The interview partners of this issue were Mat of Prime, Trap of Bonzai, Taskmaster of Gollum, Galvados of Jamm, Fox of Force II, Maxwood of Majic 12, Ervin of Abaddon, Barti of Nooon, Aap of Acme and Dranic of Xtacy.
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