• 28.12.2009: The design is being updated - page by page (I gave up on those content management systems - this is a fairly static page)
  • 19.12.2009: This page has it's 10th birthday! To celebrate 10 years of an almost unchanged design of "Amiga Magazines List", I finally did some work on this page. You may now add comments to your favourite magazines and discuss nostalgia with other fellow Amiga magazine readers. All you need is to login on the right with either your Google, Yahoo, Twitter, AIM, Netlog- or OpenID - account.
  • Regarding magazines listed: Basically nothing has changed here for years (since December 1999 in fact), but this page is still on my todo-list :) Please keep sending me infos about magazines. I still have some information in e-mails that I have to put online, stay tuned.

About this site

Since I've got my Amiga back in 1988, I've been looking for Amiga-magazines on newsstands all over the world. Having access to mostly German Amiga-magazines, I was always happy to buy other magazines while on vacation. I have found many, mostly on airports, but also at really funny places where no-one would expect to find an Amiga-magazine.

Nearly all the magazines in this list could be bought on newsstands and most of them were quite large (>100 pages an issue) and published for many years. In the 90s, the Amiga at that time was probably the computer with the largest number of magazines published per computers sold.

The list is not complete - I restrict my list to those I got myself or where I receive some review/opinions and cover scans from you - I'd be happy to see your contribution on this page! If you own any printed Amiga-magazine that is not listed, please tell me !

I hope you enjoy this site,

Click on country or magazine for details

Related Amiga- and collector sites:

In case you need spare parts for your Commodore- or Amiga computer, B&S Digitronic in Reinach, Switzerland, might still be able to help you. They may even be able to do some repairs.

And here is the website of the Amiga User Group Switzerland (AUGS). Not really an active group, but it's still there:

Amiga User Group Switzerland

For an index of articles and reviews of many Amiga-magazines, please take a look at this page !

Interested in chinese Matchbox labels? Matchbox collectors take a look here:

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