History

The history of APC&TCP

APC&TCP – a name, most Amiga users will know of thesedays. But how APC&TCP was created in the first place, only a few actually know.

At one point in the early nineties of the last century, there were two Amiga computer clubs in Germany: The APC (Amiga Power Club), led by Michael Reiserer, and the TCP (The Commodore Pirates), led by Andreas Magerl. Later on, because of a change of focus, the APC&TCP club was renamed to "Amiga Personal Computer & Teamwork Computer-club Programming". Besides the Amiga, APC also covered the "Archimedes" computer, whereas TCP was additionally focused on the C64. As both clubs where located close to each other, they united to become the APC&TCP Computer Club, which resulted in one of the biggest, if not the biggest Amiga computer club in Germany with over 500 members. The disk-magazine "Amiga Fire", that had already been published by APC, became the club-magazine for the new club. It was edited by Michael Reiserer, and published by Andreas Magerl. Due to a lack of time, Michael left APC&TCP some time after that.

If one of our dear readers still owns an issue of the Amiga Fire, we would be very glad to regain a copy of this magazine. So, please contact us if you do. One club-member planned to start a new magazine, the "No Limit", but only one issue of that was made. So, in a cloak-and-dagger operation, Andreas Magerl launched a new magazine titled "NoCover", created with the software "Magnetic Pages", the rights to which are now owned by APC&TCP! The "NoCover" was released every 6 to 8 weeks on a single floppy-disk. After 6 issues, two disks had to be used in order to include all the articles. Also, the release-schedule was updated to a monthly release-cycle. All issues are still available for download from the Amiga Future webpage. From issue 93 until issue 102, the longtime club member Kilian Servais took over responsibility for the "NoCover" from Andreas Magerl. After that, the responsibility was handed over to Wolf Zimmer, also a longtime club member. In 2004, the 125th issue of the magazine was released, which was also the last and final issue.

In May 1992, APC&TCP founded what is the APC&TCP Distribution. This was a logical step as many members of the club were programmers and they were unhappy with the terms and conditions offered by the established distributors. One problem was the payment that they were able to receive. The other one was to not completely lose their rights in the process of releasing their software.

The APC&TCP Distribution fulfilled four main business criteria by doing its own distribution, namely:

1. the club-owned disk-magazine NoCover
2. public domain software of club members
3. full versions of shareware-software of club members
4. commercial software of club members

Despite being planned as a free club magazine, the "NoCover" was sold for $3 or more by other merchants. To block this, "NoCover" was officially released as a commercial disk-magazine. The APC&TCP distributor then gave away free copyrights to everybone who wanted to copy the magazine for free or very small fees.

The problem with PD software was that, some merchants sold PD-disks for $3 or more. Through APC&TCP distribution, the disks were sold for less than a dollar. The process of selling full versions of shareware software was supported by the APC&TCP distributor by shipping software and/or key files, billing and supporting the software for the programmer.

Selling commercial software from club members was really special: The programmers could keep their rights and were able to co-author the related contracts. Additionally, they were paid the record breaking profit share of 50%. Sometime later, APC&TCP offered distribution not only for members, but for all programmers. The first distributed game was the "1990" by Andreas Neumann. Aa few weeks after that release, it was substituted by the cardboard packaged version of 1993. The next distributed game was "Marbelous". The first commercial software was "Databench" a database.

Up to today, many more famous pieces of software have been released by APC&TCP including DigiBooster, Roadshow, CygnusED, AmiATLAS, Crossfire 2, Flyin'High and Pinball Brain Damage. APC&TCP was also the first distributor that offered Public Domain software pressed onto CD, for half the regular price.

In the new millennium, the distributor also got into selling merchandise. Up until today, more than 25 merchandise articles have been released. Besides these four main areas of business, there was even more: APC&TCP distributed promotional games. For trade shows, APC&TCP distributed flyers and sold tickets for some of the Amiga trade shows in Cologne and Frankfurt, being able to offer a rebate to club members.

One big area of operations for the APC&TCP was the magazine market. For other magazines like Amiga Plus, Amiga Games and Amiga Special, the distributor made the cover CDs and sold the above mentioned PD disk series. In 1997, ACP&TCP decided to offer a print-magazine of its own – with the now well known name "Amiga Future". It was planned from the beginning to reach a much broader readership than a club magazine. The market-niche it should fill was the game market since there were many Amiga magazines in those days, but games were only covered partially by them.

One of the problems with releasing the magazine was to find a publisher that could reach other readers than the APC&TCP club-members. After a long search, the contract was signed with IPC. They released the first issue of the magazine as a special issue, starting at number 11. Later on, all Amiga related products of IPC were sold to the "Falke-Verlag", which wanted to cancel the Amiga Future magazine after issue 26 due to cost related issues. After a hastily made telephone conference with all Amiga-Future editors, it was decided that APC&TCP should also take over the roll as publisher for the Amiga Future magazine. Issue 27 was released entirely by APC&TCP, which it has maintained since then. A small note to all arrogant skeptics of those days: The "Amiga Future"'s age is now 15 years old, and still counting! Since issue 27, the concept of the magazine has also changed. It now covers all topics regarding the Amiga.

In 1998, the APC&TCP computer club joined the DAUG, which was an umbrella organisation of the Amiga User Groups. Despite some rumours though, APC&TCP has never headed nor founded the DAUG, it was just one of the first and the biggest club joining the organisation. Because of a lack of other interested parties, Andreas Magerl consented to do the public relations for the DAUG. Sadly, the work for the DAUG was distributed, but with little effort, though not by APC&TCP, and especially not by Andreas Magerl, who was also blamed for his work by people that did not want to help in the first place. So, after a while, APC&TCP left the organisation. In retrospect, this was a good decision, because APC&TCP still exists and flourishes, whereas the DAUG ceased to exist shortly afterwards.

Another sad episode relates to the AmigaClub BTX. Some members of the AmigaClub BTX asked for a meeting in order to collaborate with APC&TCP. In contrast to this, other members put out news that APC&TCP was trying to take over their club, which in fact has never happened nor was planned with this or any other Amiga Club. But the fake news resulted in a very harsh welcome at their first meeting and hindered future collaboration.

For a couple of years, APC&TCP ran its own mailbox with two analogue and two ISDN ports, users could download the "NoCover" and a lot of Public Domain software. For sometime, its own network called "Alcatraz" was established. Once, there was a major hardware crash and the mailbox "High Voltage" was closed. If someone can remember further details, please let us know!

In 1999, the Amiga Future webpage went online. At first, it featured only a small forum and a small news site, but nowadays it is one of the biggest Amiga related sites worldwide. Offered to visitors and members are many thousands of Public Domain games and programs added onto by many hundreds of formerly commercial ones, and an AmiKit and WinUAE-mirror. Over 200,000 visitors and 2 million hits are creating traffic of around about 70GB. Also worth visiting is the article database which consists of almost 4000 German an 1000 english articles that are accessible online. In the ASD (Amiga Software Database), there are over 4000 entries regarding information about Amiga software. The cheats database boasts over 3400 game cheats, hints and walk-throughs. A link database, a forum, and a gallery with over 20,000 pictures adds to the value of the page. For people who like to join Amiga conventions or meet with other Amiga fans, there is a calendar that highlights the important dates. The newest feature of the webpage is the news area, that has been online since December the 7th 2012. It offers news in two languages and diverse access options: Web based, Twitter, Facebook and the Everywhere Project.

Financially, the webpage is completely independent from the print magazine without any cross financing, but solely financed through donations, advertising and subsidies from APC&TCP.

In 2000, APC&TCP made a shattering discovery. Everyone knows of bootlegged games and software when it comes to widely spread commercial games or software. But being pirate-copied in the very small Amiga market was totally unexpected for us. We were able to experience this thanks to Alive Media from the UK. They did not only copy our CDs, but even sold them with knock-off labels and packaging. The real punchline to us was that even German traders bought these pirate-copies and sold them unwittingly, as though they were reputable, and from their trusted source, us, to trusting German customers. They did not seem to wonder, why a re-import of our goods could be substantially cheaper than buying them directly from us.

Also in 2000, there was the Epic UK scandal (not to be mixed up with Epic Germany!). They worked for us as distributors in the UK, but they pretended to be publishers of our software towards their customers and the press. Even today, some of our software is believed to belong to Epic UK. After sometime, they even stopped answering our phone calls and/or paying royalties to us. This was only topped by the then-owner of Epic UK some years later, under his own, and some other company names, selling a DVD with thousands of Amiga-games called "Tribute to all Amiga Developer". It contained APC&TCP owned games and was sold via eBay, and directly to other traders. It stopped eventually after cancelling several thousand auctions on eBay. Due to this experience, APC&TCP decided to solely distribute worldwide our software – on our own.

Of course, there were also diverse webpages and FTP servers offering boot-legged software from APC&TCP. Some of them had to be taken offline because their webmaster could not be reached or thought to have the right to distribute the software. Despite some rumours, APC&TCP did never admonish or sue any of them. Although, in retrospect, it would have been the much better way to go.

On December, the 23rd 2001, APC&TCP computer club was terminated. It just did not go with the spirit of the idea to have a highly regionalised computer club. Additionally, Andreas Magerl did not have the time to lead a club and still manage the day-to-day running of the existing APC&TCP distribution.

In early 2002, the CyberdyneSystems warning letters (with lawyer) started in the Amiga scene. In addition to Matthias Henze and many other users, including AmigaOS and AmigaFuture, they received letters encouraging them to pay fines. The APC&TCP appealed to Bavarian press-law and won the trial. Further on, APC&TCP acquired the rights to an older CyberdyneSystems trademark and filed a suit to de-register the trademark. This was made to never again allow anybody to sue someone on base of the trade-mark. After a long trial, the APC&TCP's opponent was sentenced to de-register the trademark, cancel all pending trials regarding it and never use the name again. Failing that they had to pay a penalty of 250,000 Euros.

In 2007, APC&TCP was asked by the owner of the English print magazine "Total Amiga" to take over that magazine. The owner was not able to continue the magazine because of lack of free time. This resulted in the first English issue of the Amiga Future, number 67. On April 27th 2011, the new web-based shop went online. Since then, there have been many download versions of APC&TCP products available for shopping. This option has become very popular since then.

Today, in May 2014, APC&TCP is still in business, more so than ever. There are about 50 journalists, translators and programmers all working together for APC&TCP. CygnusED and Roadshow were released along with a re-release of Exodus and our newest release: Digibooster 3. Of course, there is not much money in the Amiga market nowadays, but this was never the goal of APC&TCP. That is why you can be sure, APC&TCP will be around for a much longer time. The 25th anniversary is just around the corner.

Some interesting links:

German interviews with APC&TCP

French interviews mit APC&TCP

German podcast-interviews with APC&TCP

Some other links:

This history of APC&TCP is certainly not complete. There are many more facts we may have just overlooked at the moment. If you can remember more of what we have forgotten from over the years, please let us know. Sometimes, just a date is missing, sometimes, a really important event was been forgotten or an external link may light up our background. If you can contribute to the history, then please do so.

Some of the "known unknowns":

  • Founding date of the TCP computer club
  • lifespan of the PD disk-series
  • lifespan of the APC&TCP PD-series
  • premiere of http://www.apc-tcp.de
  • organisation and advance ticket sales for the Cologne and Frankfurt Amiga fair.

History

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Founding APC&TCP Computerclub

1992

1 May 1992, Founding APC&TCP Company
Release Software Databench
Release Software 1990-92er Edition
Release Disk-Mag Amiga Fire

1993

Release Software Databench Erweiterungspaket
Release Software 1990-93er Edition
Release Software Adress Manager
Release Software Tautrix
Release Disk-Mag NoLimit

1994

Release Software 1990-94er Edition
Release Software Marblelous
Release Software Mercenary (Shareware)
Release Software Hell Racer (Shareware)
Release Software Warrior of the Light (Shareware)
Release Software Earth Defence (Shareware)
Release Software Assault Leader (Shareware)
Release Software Cheatfinder (Shareware)
Release Software CheatTraier (Shareware)
Release Software Games Cracking Set (Shareware)
Release Disk-Mag NoCover (First Issue)
Conclusion of the contract Hotelmanager

1995

Release Software 1990-95er DatenDisk
Release Software Jaktar
Release Software Offence (Shareware)
Release Software Battle at Sea (Shareware)
Release Software Picture Bench (Shareware)
Release Software Clip-Arts-Disk 01 (Shareware)
Conclusion of the contract Licence name Amiga
Bought rights Magnetic Pages
Creation and support Amiga Games CD from Computec Verlag
Creation and support Amiga Games Extra CD from Computec Verlag

1996

Release Software Testament
Release Software Kargon
Release Software Star Warrior (Shareware)
Release Software Danger Dogg (Shareware)
Release Software Imbiß (Shareware)
Release Software Cinema (Shareware)
Release Software Hotel (Shareware)
Release Software Film Datenbank (Shareware)
Release Software Amiga Bücherei (Shareware)
Release Software Music Master III (Shareware)
Release Software LevelEd (Shareware)
Release Software Videotitler (Shareware)
Release Software Colours Pro (Shareware)
Release Software Topographie (Shareware)
Release Software File Cutter (Shareware)
Release Software NewPlz (Shareware)
Release Software Logic (Shareware)
Release Software Parrot Island (Shareware)
Release Software Hace Space (Shareware)
Release CD APC&TCP CD Volume 1
Release CD APC&TCP CD Volume 2
Release CD APC&TCP CD Volume 3
Conclusion of the contract Magic Island
Bought rights Marblelous
Creation and support Amiga Games CoverCDs
Creation and support AmigaPlus eXtra CDs
Creation and support AmigaPlus CD-ROM CDs

1997

Release Software Forest Dumb Forever
Release Software Mega Blast
Release Software Pinball Brain Damage
Release Software Flyin High
Release Software Offensive Colours (Shareware)
Release Software APC&TCP CD Volume 4
Conclusion of the contract Pulsator
Conclusion of the contract Adventure Shop
Conclusion of the contract Phönix
Conclusion of the contract Football Manager
Conclusion of the contract Daydream
Conclusion of the contract Atlantis
Conclusion of the contract Westerados
Conclusion of the contract Mr. Tomato
Creation and support Amiga Games CoverCDs
Creation and support Amiga Special CoverCDs
Creation and support AmigaPlus eXtra CDs
Creation and support AmigaPlus CD-ROM CDs

1998

Release CD The Best of Scene Archives
Release Software Marblelous 2
Release CD Amiga Times CD
Release CD Games Attack
Release CD DEKUBI
Release Software DigiBoosterPro
Release Software SeaSide
Release Software GunBee F99
Release Software Flyin High Data Disk 1
Release Software Flyin High Data Disk 2
Release Software Zodes (Shareware)
Release CD APC&TCP CD Volume 5
Release CD APC&TCP CD Volume 6
Release Print-Magazine Amiga Future 11 (First Issue) with ICP
Bought rights Kargon
Creation Amiga Future 11 (First Issue)
Creation Amiga Future 12
Creation Amiga Future 13
Creation Amiga Future 14
Creation Amiga Future 15
Creation Amiga Future 16

1999

Release Webpage www.amigafuture.de
Release CD The Scene Archives 9
Release CD Amiga Game Guide
Conclusion of the contract Crossfire 2
Release CD The Best of Airsoft Softwair
Release Software Hanky Banky (Shareware)
Release Software Hace Space (Shareware)
Release Software Zodes (Shareware)
Release CD APC&TCP InfoCD
Conclusion of the contract Blast Squad
Bought rights Marblelous 2
Bought rights GunBee F99
Bought rights Flyin High
Bought rights Flyin High Data Disk 1
Bought rights Flyin High Data Disk 2
Bought rights Databench
Bought rights Databench Erweiterungspaket
Bought rights 1990-93er Edition
Bought rights 1990-94er Edition
Bought rights 1990-95er DatenDisk
Creation Amiga Future 17
Creation Amiga Future 18
Creation Amiga Future 19
Creation Amiga Future 21
Creation Amiga Future 22
Creation Amiga Future 23

2000

Release CD The Scene Archives 10
Release CD Faces of Mars 2001
Release CD Lights over Mars
Release CD DigiBoosterPro AddOn
Release Software Pictris
Release CD Amiga Arena CD 1
Release CD Digital Make Up
Release Magazine Amiga Future 27 (now complete from APC&TCP)
Release Merchandising Amiga Future Mousepad
Release Merchandising Amiga Future Cup
Release Merchandising Amiga Future Key-holder
Conclusion of the contract Deep Silece
Conclusion of the contract Pulsator
Bought rights Amiga Times
Bought rights Game Attack
Bought rights DEKUBI
Conclusion of the contract BoingBall and name Amiga for Amiga Future
Print and Selling PrintMag Amiga Future (start with issue 27)
Creation Amiga Future 24
Creation Amiga Future 25
Creation Amiga Future 26
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 27
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 28

2001

Release Webpage www.digiboosterpro.de
APC&TCP Computerclub closed
Release CD The Scene Archives 11
Release CD Brave New World
Release CD APC&TCP Classix 1
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 29
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 30
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 31
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 32
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 33
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 34

2002

Release Software Crossfire 2
Release Software DigiBoosterPro CD Edition
Bought rights Faces of Mars
Bought rights Brave New World
Bought rights Lights over Mars
Bought rights Amiga Game Guide
Bought rights DigiBoosterPro
Bought rights SeaSide
Bought rights Jaktar
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 35
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 36
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 37
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 38
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 39
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 40

2003

Rerelease CD APC&TCP CD Volume 3
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 41
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 42
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 43
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 44
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 45
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 46

2004

Conclusion of the contract Licence Pegasos Merchandising
Release Merchandising Pegasos Mousepad Cool
Release Merchandising Pegasos Sticker Cool
Rerelease Software Exodus
Closed Online-Mag NoCover
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 47
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 48
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 49
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 50
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 51
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 52

2005

Release Webpage www.amiatlas.de
Contract publishing AmiATLAS
Contract publishing MED Soundstudio 2
Release Software Desert Racing of BarDos
Release Merchandising Pegasos Poster Cool
Release Merchandisinge Pegasos Poster Horse
Release Software AmiATLAS 6
Release Merchandising Pegasos Mousepad Horse
Release CD APC&TCP Update/Demo/NoCover CD
Release Audio-CD Land of Genesis Audio CD
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 53
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 54
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 55
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 56
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 57
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 58

2006

Contract publishing CygnusEd
Rerelease Book Amiga Guru Buch (german)
Release Software CygnusEd 5 68k/AmigaOS4
Release Webpage www.amigaSoftware.de
Release Webpage software.amigafuture.de
Takeover Webpage Big Book of Amiga Hardware (BBoAH)
Release Software Desert Racing Patch 1
Release Software Desert Racing Patch 2
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 59
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 60
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 61
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 62
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 64
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 63

2007

Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 64
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 65
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 66
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 67
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 68
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 69
Release Webpage www.apc-tcp.de
Release English Webpage www.amigafuture.de/indexe.html
Release Software CygnusEd Pro 5 1.2
Release Software Deser Racing Patch 3
Takeover Print-Magazine Total Amiga
Release Magazin First english issue Amiga Future (67)
Release Software Deser Racing Patch 4
Release Software Ultra Violent Worlds
Release Software The Global Amiga Experience
Release Webpage www.amigafuture.de

2008

Release Webpage Download-Area für AmiATLAS
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 70
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 71
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 72
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 73
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 74
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 75
Release Software Deser Racing May Patch
Project Guru Book Reprint cancel
Project AmigaOS 3.9 Book canel
Leave Big Book of Amiga Hardware (BBoAH)

2009

Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 76
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 77
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 78
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 79
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 80
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 81
Creation and Release DVD Amiga Future Archive DVD 1
Release Merchandising Amiga Future Mousepad Space
Release Software Desert Racing for AmigaOS 4 & MorphOS

2010

Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 82
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 83
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 84
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 85
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 86
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 87
Release Merchandising A1k.org Mousepad
Release Merchandising A1k.org Sticker
Release Merchandising Amiga Future Collection Sticker
Release Merchandising AmigaOne X1000 Poster
Release Merchandising Angry Sticker
Release Merchandising Amiga Future Cup
Release Merchandising GAC Cup
Release Merchandising Amiga 25 Years Poster
Release Software CygnusED 5 Udpate 2

2011

Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 88
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 89
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 90
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 91
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 92
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 93
Conclusion of the contract Roadshow
Release Merchandising A1k USB Stick
Release Webpage www.amigashop.org

2012

Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 94
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 95
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 96
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 97
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 98
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 99
Release Webpage www.digiboosterpro.de
Release DVD Amiga Future Archive 2 DVD
Release Merchandising Amiga Family Poster
Release Merchandising Amiga Family Sticker
Release Merchandising AmigaOS Boing Poster
Release Merchandising AmigaOS Boing Sticker

2013

Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 100
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 101
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 102
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 103
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 104
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 105
Release Software Roadshow
Release Software Roadshow MorphOS
Release Merchandising GAC Cup (second edition)
Release Webpage www.cygnused.de
Release Webpage roadshow.apc-tcp.de
Release Software CygnusED Download-Version
Release Software DigiBoosterPro 2 Download-Version
Release Software AmiATLAS Download-Version
Release Software Exodus - the last war Download-Version
Release Software Flyin High Download-Version
Start Amiga Future Everywhere Project
Release Software Amiga Future Everywhere AmigaOS 4
Release Software Amiga Future Everywhere 68k
Release Merchandising Postcard Memories

2014

Release Webpage crossfire.apc-tcp.de
Release Webpage desertracing.apc-tcp.de
Release Webpage flyinhigh.apc-tcp.de
Release Webpage pbd.apc-tcp.de
Release Webpage seaside.apc-tcp.de
Release Webpage 1990.apc-tcp.de
Release Webpage databench.apc-tcp.de
Release Webpage exodus.apc-tcp.de
Release Webpage forest.apc-tcp.de
Release Webpage gunbee.apc-tcp.de
Release Webpage jaktar.apc-tcp.de
Release Webpage kargon.apc-tcp.de
Release Webpage megablast.apc-tcp.de
Release Webpage pictris.apc-tcp.de
Release Webpage testament.apc-tcp.de
Release Webpage marblelous.apc-tcp.de
Release Webpage airsoft.apc-tcp.de
Release Webpage amigaarena.apc-tcp.de
Release Webpage afarchive.apc-tcp.de
Release Webpage gamesguide.apc-tcp.de
Release Webpage amigatimes.apc-tcp.de
Release Webpage cd.apc-tcp.de
Release Webpage classix.apc-tcp.de
Release Webpage dekubi.apc-tcp.de
Release Webpage digitalmakeup.apc-tcp.de
Release Webpage fom.apc-tcp.de
Release Webpage gamesattack.apc-tcp.de
Release Webpage lom.apc-tcp.de
Release Webpage scene.apc-tcp.de
Release Webpage braveworld.apc-tcp.de
Release Webpage merchandising.apc-tcp.de
Release Webpage www.apc-tcp.de
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 106
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 107
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 108
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 109
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 110
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 111
Release Softwaree Crossfire II Download-Version
Release Software Pinball Brain Damage Download-Version
Release Software SeaSide Download-Version
Release Software PicTris Download-Version
Release Software DigiBooster 3
Release Software DigiBooster 3.1
Release Software digibooster3.library

2015

Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 112
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 113
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 114
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 115
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 116
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 117
Release Amiga Future Key-fob
Release Amiga Future Lanyard

2016

Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 118
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 119
Release Amiga Future Scissors
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 120
Release Amiga Future Coaster
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 121
Release DVD Amiga Future Archive 2 DVD
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 122
Release Roadshow 1.12
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 123

2017

Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 124
Creation and release Magazin Amiga Future 125
Revised online shop online