We have collected the feedback for issue 14 of Jurassic Pack. We've got some e-mails & looked around in the internet for a few more reviews.
JP#14 – feedback by various people.
Raztaman/Moods Plateau in an email:
I just had the opportunity to read JP for the first time (thanks to Dirtie for helping me install Amiga os 3.9 on winuae-surface) and I have to say it was an entertaining mag. You could get the warm, friendly (read:scene) feeling out of most articles (ok I just read whole issue #13 and started with #14 but my eyes went shut). The mag itself is professionally made, it’s just perfect! :)
I’ll try to write something, but I won’t promise anything. Only promise I’ve given is to make .dbm(s)… :D We have to help you a bit, coz making a diskmag all by yourself must be a nightmare, but most of us have limited time I guess. We’re all getting older (damn!)… At least I gave you few modules for it. :D
Now I am waiting for the next issue
And Alien wrote the following feedback at pouet.net:
Props to you for another great issue for our beloved Amiga. A good glass full of fine malt articles, mucho free-beer. 20 years and there’s life in the old Amiga-dog yet! Giving an interview in the middle of the night was worth each second. ;)
Every once in a while, a mag comes along that’s so simple in nature, so kind in it’s intentions that it must be an Amiga one. Enough of nonserious anti-PC-amusement but don’t touch my drink. #13 AND #14 Oh boy – to us, these were really great. Go dudes read it. Now we’re waiting on #15. Okee Dokee!
Cheers! Ultimo Drinko-Don and Freibier-ALiEN on their way back to becks.de. Signed:
Alien/Antitrax commenting jp#14 at pouet.net
After the magnifiscent #13 this is a bit of a letdown content-wise, some articles just felt too irrelevant. But there was nice content in it too. I spent two hours reading the stuff, and it was a pleasure. A highlight is the interview section with nice group portraits from Funktion and Up Rough (…)
Demospotting was very nice too, I noticed how much Amiga stuff I missed during the last year. Can’t say anything about the music ‚cause i don’t have speakers or headphones right now, but the graphic panels very VERY neat.
More interviews with old pals wanted
Loaderror of Ephidrena also @ pouet.net:
Finally I got to read this :) The interviews are cool. More of those. Especially liked the interview with Alien which revealed quite a few facts from the early scene age to me (esp. why do old sceners often have 3-letter handles :D ). Would be cool with some more scene history + interviews with early sceners…
The making of articles are also interesting. I got kind of scared of Scicco’s streamplayer too, so I’m not looking forward to competing with them next time :)
P.S.: Thanks for your feedback!