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Disk 8801:

    This is a Trackmo called "Digital II" by IQ2000.

    This needs the AGA Chipset to run.

    This needs 4 meg of Fast Ram to run.

Disk 8802:

    This is a Compilation Disk.

    This Disk contains the following:-

        - Apocalpse 99 Invitation/Horizontal Lamers
        - Demo/Animators
        - Sparkling Blue Arctic Light (Final) (AGA)/Spaceballs
        - Evoke 99: ASCII Competition
        - Evoke 99: Graphics
        - World of Amiga #4/Trogaldite Software
        - Pukamat (Fixed)/Tundrah

Disk 8803:

    This is graphics that were presented at the Convention 1999 Graphics
Competition.

Disk 8804:

    This is Graphics that were presented at the Evoke 99 Graphics Competition.

Disk 8805:

    This is Graphics That were presented at The Evoke 1999 True Colour
Graphics Competition.

Disk 8806:

    This is Graphics that were presented at the Evoke 1999 Suprise Graphics
Competition.

Disk 8807:

    This is a Trackmo called "Wtenczas na Wschool Zie" by Vectors.

    This needs the AGA Chipset to run.

    This needs 2 meg of Fast Ram to run.

    This is Disk 1 of 2.

Disk 8808:

    This is a Trackmo called "Wtenczas na Wschool Zie" by Vectors.

    This needs the AGA Chipset to run.

    This needs 2 meg of Fast Ram to run.

    This is Disk 2 of 2.

Disk 8809:

    This is Photos that were taken at The Amiga Downunder 1999 Conference.

Disk 8810:

    This is a Music Demo called "Olmecs Sound Disk #1" by Olmecs.

Disk 8811:

    This is a Magazine called "Amiga Scene - Dec 1997" by Bernhard Lukas.

    This is Disk 1 of 2.

Disk 8812:

    This is a Magazine called "Amiga Scene - Dec 1997" by Bernhard Lukas.

    This is Disk 2 of 2.

Disk 8813:

    This is a Magazine called "Amiga Scene - Jan 1998" by Bernhard Lukas.

    This is Disk 1 of 4.

Disk 8814:

    This is a Magazine called "Amiga Scene - Jan 1998" by Bernhard Lukas.

    This is Disk 2 of 4.

Disk 8815:

    This is a Magazine called "Amiga Scene - Jan 1998" by Bernhard Lukas.

    This is Disk 3 of 4.

Disk 8816:

    This is a Magazine called "Amiga Scene - Jan 1998" by Bernhard Lukas.

    This is Disk 4 of 4.

Disk 8816:

    This is a Magazine called "Amiga Scene - Mar 98" by Bernhard Lukas.

    This is Disk 1 of 2.

Disk 8817:

    This is a Magazine called "Amiga Scene - Feb 98" by Bernhard Lukas.

Disk 8817:

    This is a Magazine called "Amiga Scene - Mar 98" by Bernhard Lukas.

    This is Disk 2 of 2.

Disk 8820:

    This is a Magazine called "Amiga Scene - Apr 1998" by Bernhard Lukas.

    This is Disk 1 of 2.

Disk 8821:

    This is a Magazine called "Amiga Scene - Apr 1998" by Bernhard Lukas.

    This is Disk 2 of 2.

Disk 8822:

    This is a Magazince called "Amiga Scene - May 1998" by Bernhard Lukas.

    This is Disk 1 of 2.

Disk 8823:

    This is a Magazince called "Amiga Scene - May 1998" by Bernhard Lukas.

    This is Disk 2 of 2.

Disk 8824:

    This is a Magazine called "Amiga Scene - June 1998" by Bernhard Lukas.

    This is Disk 1 of 3.

Disk 8825:

    This is a Magazine called "Amiga Scene - June 1998" by Bernhard Lukas.

    This is Disk 2 of 3.

Disk 8826:

    This is a Magazine called "Amiga Scene - June 1998" by Bernhard Lukas.

    This is Disk 3 of 3.

Disk 8827:

    This is a Magazine called "Amiga Scene - July 1998" by Bernhard Lukas.

Disk 8828:

    This is a Magazince called "Amiga Scene - Sep 1998" by Bernhard Lukas.

    This is Disk 1 of 2.

Disk 8829:

    This is a Magazince called "Amiga Scene - Sep 1998" by Bernhard Lukas.

    This is Disk 2 of 2.

Disk 8830:

    This is a Magazine called "Amiga Scene - Nov 98" by Bernhard Lukas.

Disk 8833:

    This is a Trackmo called "Luminance" by Ukonx.

    This needs a PPC to run.

    This needs the AGA Chipset to run.

    This needs 16 meg of Fast Ram to run.

    This is Disk 1 of 3.

Disk 8834:

    This is a Trackmo called "Luminance" by Ukonx.

    This needs a PPC to run.

    This needs the AGA Chipset to run.

    This needs 16 meg of Fast Ram to run.

    This is Disk 2 of 3.

Disk 8835:

    This is a Trackmo called "Luminance" by Ukonx.

    This needs a PPC to run.

    This needs the AGA Chipset to run.

    This needs 16 meg of Fast Ram to run.

    This is Disk 3 of 3.

Disk 8836:

    This is a Demo Pack called "Kiss Cool #17" by Fresh.

    This Demo Pack contains the following:-

        - Believe In/Gods
        - Wish/Explode
        - Elastik Pitch #69/Jormas
        - Joy/Whelpz

Disk 8837:

    This is an Animation called "Death Walk".

Disk 8838:

    This is an Animation called "Eddy The Demon" by Serpent & The Beast.

Disk 8839:

    This is an Animation called "Suicide Man 2" by Paul Henderson.

Disk 8840:

    This is an Animation called "Suicide Man 3" by Paul Henderson.

Disk 8841:

    This is a Magazine called "Amiga Information Online #27" by Chris Seward.

Disk 8842:

    This is a Magazine called "Eurocharts #38" by Depth.

    This needs the AGA Chipset to run.

    This needs 4 meg of Fast Ram to run.

    This is Disk 1 of 3.

Disk 8843:

    This is a Magazine called "Eurocharts #38" by Depth.

    This needs the AGA Chipset to run.

    This needs 4 meg of Fast Ram to run.

    This is Disk 2 of 3.

Disk 8844:

    This is a Magazine called "Eurocharts #38" by Depth.

    This needs the AGA Chipset to run.

    This needs 4 meg of Fast Ram to run.

    This is Disk 3 of 3.

Disk 8845:

    This is a Trackmo called "Megademo" by Mystic.

    This needs the AGA Chipset to run.

    This needs 8 meg of Fast Ram to run.

    This is Disk 1 of 3.

Disk 8846:

    This is a Trackmo called "Megademo" by Mystic.

    This needs the AGA Chipset to run.

    This needs 8 meg of Fast Ram to run.

    This is Disk 2 of 3.

Disk 8847:

    This is a Trackmo called "Megademo" by Mystic.

    This needs the AGA Chipset to run.

    This needs 8 meg of Fast Ram to run.

    This is Disk 3 of 3.

Disk 8848:

    This is some Photos that were taken at Amiga UG 1999 by Janne Siren.

Disk 8849:

    This is a Music Demo called "Kris Korte Music" by Red Sector Inc.

Disk 8850:

    This is a Music Demo called "Robbed Beats" by Red Sector Inc.