For those that hadn't got hold of the re-release of issue 8, this was the introduction
to the great new Delta Force shell, complete with stylish picture from Slime.
Lord Hackbear collates information about the forthcoming Atari Falcon.
Dark Shadow of the Invizibles writes a complete definition of a lamer. Apparently,
amongst other things, lamers "don't know a shit what assembler is but have the
high score in mouse trap".
Delta Force themselves are not very fond of lamers, as the end of the Eternal Sound
demo testifies: "by the way this demo needs 1 meg to run, so all you half meg lamers flush yourself down a toilet"
Bizarrely, a chain letter appeal to send cards to cancer sufferer Craig Shergold is published
here. (This was one of the few non fake chain letters, and young Mr Shergold actually received
over 100 million cards. How many of these came from Maggie readers is not known.)
The highest rated demo of the issue is Delta Force's "Punish Your Machine", which CIH awards
a healthy 93%. "the best copy-party/convention demo to date" he gushes.
Maggie #9 ST
- The Cunning Demos (ACO)
- Eternal Sound Demo (Hotline)
- Mental Hangover (TPT)
- Pandemonium (Chaos)
- Punish Your Machine (Delta Force)
- X-Ploitation (Imagina)
- Mutant Camels
- RoboCop III
- 16 Bit Show
- CES Show
- Shopper Show
- Ben / Chaos
- Digital Vision