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Imphobia #7 by imphobia
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release date : december 1993
release party : The Party 1993
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I think this was here where imphobia really took off from the rest of the mags around. This issue was simply great.
rulez added on the 2005-12-13 09:35:07 by d3pth d3pth
world of fantasy \o/ 'nuff said.

btw, a better download link: http://www.scene.org/file.php?file=/mags/imphobia/imphob7.zip
rulez added on the 2007-08-09 19:29:40 by phoenix phoenix
Imphobia #7

In December 1993, the seventh issue of Imphobia saw the light of the day. The basic structure of the previous issue was kept:
First came the title picture (which was by PL), then came the main menu where you could choose from among the same sections as in Imphobia #6. The music of this issue - four tunes in total - was made by Nhp of Anarchy PC, Zodiak of Cascada, Silent Mode of Pentagon and Lizardking of Triton. Sound playback was still Sound Blaster only as the Imphobia staff had not got hands on a GUS yet.

The amount of articles was 400 kbytes. 128 people voted for the charts, which had the same categories as in Imphobia #6. In the article menu, which was longer than ever before, sub-section headlines appeared for the first time, giving a better overview of the contents. The sub-sections were called General, Events, Scene Forum, Miscellaneous, Weird Stories and Coding Corner. The General sub-section contained the Front News and the (textual) advertisements. The Events sub-section consisted of four party reports and invitations. Some of the topics in the Scene Forum were, among many others, "Design in demos", diskmags, the Belgian scene, the French scene, the Hungarian scene and mail swapping. The Miscellaneous sub-section featured mostly joke articles, but also reviews of demos and
intros from The Party 1993. The Weird Stories consisted of seven short-stories, and the Coding Corner was about realtime zooming and optimization. After the Coding Corner came the dist sites, greetings and message section.

Imphobia #7 featured interviews with members of Anarchy PC, Surprise!Productions, Grif, PsychoSquad, ACiD, Public NMI, Impact Studio, Masque, Delusion, Digital Infinity, Dynax, Legend Design and Infiny.
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