"It is time for the old order to get out of the way or be flattened by
the combine harvester of progress!" shouts the editorial.
And progress was being made - the first decent falcon multi part demo ("Warum")
appears in this issue; Overlanders and friends take ST demos to their logical
conclusion with "Froggies Over The Fence" and Bell/Braben take space trading
games to the limits of the universe with "Elite 2".
In Maggie's opinions, these productions were "essential" (Warum), "the last of the
great megademos for the ST, but what a way to go" (Froggies) and "the most involved
and massive game on the ST" (Frontier).
Dino Dini is back with bug ridden 'Goal'. "Prepare for some serious green raster
based action" enthuses MrPink.
The is a "Maggie History So Far" report and 'Mutant Monthly' is fondly remembered.
CIH's hopes for the future of Maggie - "A Falcon specific shell". Surely this
could never happen?
Maggie #13 ST
- 68XXX Demo (Light)
- Anomaly (MJJ Prod)
- Beginning Of The Ending
- Big Digi Demo
- Bound 2
- EKO Demo
- Falcon Flight
- Froggies Over The Fence
- MJJ Dentro
- Plastic Dreams
- Ventura (OVR)
- Warum (Lazer)
- When Dreams Become Reality
- Elite II
- Ishar II
- Lazers And Men
- No Second Prize
- Rebel Assault (PC)
- 16 Bit Show
- Atari London
- Manchester Show