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imphobia #11 by imphobia
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release date : december 1995
release party : The Party 1995
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one of the best "late season" issues. gotta love it.
added on the 2001-04-13 06:24:02 by sin sin
Yes, you gotta love reading the TP95 announcement on TP95 itself (where #11 was released).

It was laaaaate =)
added on the 2001-12-03 12:21:12 by Shifter Shifter
respect
rulez added on the 2002-03-21 04:46:02 by psenough psenough
sweet memories... Those late Imphobia issues are definitely some of the greatest diskmags ever released on PC.
rulez added on the 2003-04-06 18:25:39 by exocet exocet
now *this* was a good mag!
rulez added on the 2005-04-21 14:14:02 by chavez chavez
This is simple nostalgia for sure. Great work here!
rulez added on the 2005-12-13 09:35:49 by d3pth d3pth
yep!
rulez added on the 2006-02-17 22:38:37 by ghandy ghandy
Imphobia.
rulez added on the 2006-02-17 22:41:28 by Preacher Preacher
Imphobia #11

Imphobia #11 was released at the end of December 1995 (the editorial was written on x-mas) and featured about 1.7 Mbytes of articles. It had a new title picture painted by Benj, and the same background picture by PL as in the previous issue. The composers of the four tunes were The Rew of Nostalgia, Necros of Legend Design, Evelred of TLOTB and Scorpik of Surprise!Productions.

More than 70 authors and 224 voters contributed to this issue. The structure of the mag, the charts categories and the sub-sections of the Articles section were exactly the same as in the previous issue, except that a new Reviews sub-section appeared in this issue. There were so many advertisements that the advertisements corner was split into five articles. The messages corner was also split into three articles (A-G, H-Q, R-Z, ordered alphabetically by the handle of the recipient). Some of the topics in the Scene Forum were the same as in previous issues, such as design in demos, Sound Blaster vs. GUS and the USA scene. Actually there aren't really any fresh topics, most of the articles are just "reply-articles". There's also yet another Dutch scene report. Some of the topics in the Miscellaneous sub-section were the costs of living in the European Union, army services, racism (again), the ideal diskmagazine and Windows 95. The Partyline section was especially big in this issue (almost 50 articles). One of the topics in the Coding Corner was 3D rotation.

The interviews corner was bigger than in Imphobia #10: it featured interviews with Tim of Success, Baldric of Extreme, Necros of Legend Design, Vouk of Debris, Adept of Scoop, Antony of Infiny and Dreamdealers, Miss Saigon of Threesome, Leviathan of Renaissance, Henchman of Future Crew, Alexel of Distorsion, S-Cubed of Psychic Link, Snowman of Hornet and Hoplite of Orange.
added on the 2008-11-08 17:55:09 by Adok Adok

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