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About This Newsletter -- Cover page and general information about this document and Ambrosia as a company. Come and meet the gang.
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What's New -- Avara has been released, along with an new Internet sevrer and domain, Avara.com; Escape Velocity wins an award while we visit Boston for MacWorld; and the Barrack High Score Contest comes to a close.
Kudos & Criticism -- Each month we dig our hands into the Ambrosia mailbag for a few select letters to answer in this section.
President's Letter -- Monks meditate by thinking about nothing (cool, huh?). Andrew recently experienced nothingness and passes his tale along to our readers.
Avara Press Release -- Warriors Wanted! Unique 3D gameplay, fast-paced action, flexible level designing capabilities, and the option for network play against people from all around the world.
Avara Newbie Guide -- Andrew Roth, aka Captain Canuck, has come up with some helpful hints for the Avara newbie.
Barrack Contest -- The Barrack High Score Contest has ended and the results are in! Check out how your scores stack up against the best from around the world.
Up Close and Personal with Marcus Conge -- Find out more about the local artist who created the tantalizing graphics for Barrack and for Ambrosia's upcoming release Bubble Trouble.
Manse -- Each Ambrosia Times, we like to provide our readers with a preview of a project in the works. This issue takes a peek at the mysterious Manse.
Bubble Trouble -- The release is set for October. The Ambrosia Times takes you behind the scenes with the evolution of Bubble Trouble from beta to upcoming release.
Geekette -- While we attended the Macintosh convention in Boston, poor Ulff had to stay at the kennel. Discover the options that are available at a kennel near you.
Wide Open Spaces -- A look into the world of Avara. A blend of fiction and game experience with the writings of Joshua Bruce.
How To -- This issue looks at the new Add Ons section of our Web site, disk images.
Eeek A Bug! -- Awaiting Escape Velocity 1.0.3, "Cajun" David Richard provides hints and tips for current EV players.
Ramblings -- Our guest writer, Michael Dortch, looks at Microsoft's evil side.