The ga.ma.laba is an online flip magazine covering gaming, making, and gossip.
The school I was going to is named after Elhen von Wolfhagen, better known as “Tilemann “. This Tilemann was the town clerk of Limburg on the river Lahn. His duty was to write down everything that he thought is valuable to mention. His writings were later published as the “Limburger Chronik “. It’s one of the most important books about the middle age in german literature.
The idea of a town clerk is the motivation behind the ga.ma.laba.
I like to report everything I think is valuable.
I don’t like to limit the meaning of “valuable “, but of course, I will only report about the stuff that’s meaningful to me. So it’s not very objective.
The ga.ma.laba does not try to cover the latest stuff. I like to report about stuff that is interesting today and also interesting in the future.
In the first issue, the highlight is a detailed how-to replace the screen of a Lynx II. I did it, and I was pleased to document it. I hope to motivate many people to do such a replacement as well. Since I did the replacement, I played with my Lynx much more often than before.
The report about Atlantis was born in a try-out session for the TundT podcast. I could only encourage everybody to play the game since it’s a must-played for any gamer.
Of course, I like to get feedback from you, especially on the stories about my beloved Opel Corsa and my most favorite game Xenon II Megalbast. In the magazine, there is a link to the Facebook group as well as an email address.
Have fun while reading