Welcome to WhatIFF?, a new online Amiga magazine being distributed in Amiga Guide format for the creative Amiga user. The magazine has been created to fill a void left by magazines such as Amiga World, Amazing Amiga and Amiga Report. Our aim is to provide a source of guides on various Amiga software and hardware. Recently the Amiga has experienced a resurgence in popularity, people are returning to their computers of their youth, and while the majority of them want to relive their childhood games there are others who wish to re-learn how to use their Amiga in more productive ways.

The current crop of Amiga magazines concentrate more on games, WhatIFF? plans to give you the guidance to create images in Brilliance/DPaint, create 3D animations in Lightwave, connect your Amiga to the internet, create music in OctaMED/ProTracker and more. We will pick the brains of Amiga experts and users, to provide easy to understand guides on how to use these complex software and hardware. If you think you can contribute to the magazine please conact us at: submissions@whatiff.info

While WhatIFF? is a free magazine we also accept donations towards the running of the magazine.
Next Issue

Issue 8 - December 2022 [ Download Coming Soon ]

Reviews:
*15Khz LCD Monitor
*RNO Effects
*A1200.net Translucent Case
*Sanwa 100-KB 004
*Aminet Tasters: Aminet short reviews

Tutorials:
*AGABlaster and Conversion
*Lightwave 101 - Starfield Part 1
*Brilliance 101 - Reflections

Articles:
*A Look Back: Amiga World & Amazing Computing Amiga
*The First LD Computer
*What is the Amiga in 2022?

Interviews:
*Pixel Vixen
*The Amiga Show - Anthony

Invents Corner

*Kev`s Tips

Current Issue

Issue 7 - October 2022 [ Download ]

Reviews:
Classic Amiga Programming Book, FastATA 4000 MK-VII, AmiKit 8MB Expansion, AGAClouds, AmyTree 2022
Tutorials:
Installing AmigaOS3.2 on AmigaOS4.1 via E-UAE, Lightwave 101 - Editing MOD config file, Brilliance 101 - Morphing, Bringing IFFs over to PC/Mac
Articles:
Crash course to a new A1200, Current Amiga Magazine Roundup, Reading AmigaGuide Files on other platforms
Interviews:
AmigaLove.com - Eric Hill, Last year`s Amiga Art Contest Winner - Hernain
Invents Corner
Kev`s Tips - Brilliance II


Past Issues [ 2022 | 2021 ]

Issue 6 - August 2022 [ Download ]

Reviews: The Lightwave 3D Book, AmiSSL 5.3, A500 Mini,Infinitey Music Player v3
Tutorials: Lightwave 101 - Editing LW config file, Arexx Stems, Backing up floppies to ADF in OS 4.1, Internal A1200 FPU Installation, Floppies and Goteks Pros and Cons
Articles: Amiga Emulation and Authenticity, Little Things That Made Amiga Great, Retro Computer Users Tokyo
Interviews: Edoardo Auteri (Raemixx500), Pawel Nowak (IMP3)
Invents Corner


Issue 5 - June 2022 [ Download ]

Reviews: Anno Calendar, SCART to HDMI Scan Doubler, Framemeister X-RGB, Clover Icons, Replacement Power Supply
Tutorials: Lightwave 101 - texturing, Brilliance 101 - tweening, MsMadLemon ProTracker/Tracking Tutorial, Retrobrite the easy way, Wireless Printing From Your Amiga
Invents Corner
Interviews: Ms Mad Lemon, Karl Jeacle


Issue 4 - Mar./Apr. 2022 [ Download ]

Issue 4 will have reviews of AmiGemini, USB mouse adapters comparison, how to fix a bricked Indivision AGAMK2cr and an interview with PiMiga creator Chris Edwards plus more!

Issue 3 - Jan./Feb. 2022 [ Download ]

In our third issue we have grown with more writers, this issue will feature reviews of the Indivision AGA MK3, Roadie and PiMiga 2.0 plus more! In addition we will have continuation of the Lightwave, Brilliance guides and how to setup an internet time server.

Issue 2 - January 2022 [ Download ]

In our second issue we have reviews of the the TF1260 Alpha Firmware, ACA1221lc, GuruNet and more. Guides onLightwave 3.5 and Brilliance. Plus we will have other articles about the Amiga from a variety of Amiga experts and seasoned users.

Issue 1 - December 2021 [ Download ]

In our first issue we have reviews of the SCSI2SDv6 for the CDTV, TerribleFire 1260, GuruModem and guides on Telser setup on networked Amigas, Lightwave 3.5 101 and OctaMED 101 - splicing. Plus we will have other articles about the Amiga from a variety of Amiga experts and seasoned users.