Amiga Video Magazine was a show that aired on some local stations in the U.S. as well as sold and distributed on VHS (this was before DVDs were introduced). Hosted by Kirk Duncan, it was a show intended primarily for enthusiasts of the Commordore Amiga personal computer and Total Panic provided a nice topic for one of their show segments. The Amiga was used behind the scenes and in front of the camera but not just for the video game review segments. The game “Eat A Bug” used Amiga hardware and Very Vivid’s Mandala software -- along with electronic wizardry -- to put kid’s inside of a video game. While the effect is rather rudimentary now, it was quite fun to watch and play these “life-sized” games. The same basic technology was used on a larger scale for Nickelodeon’s ground-breaking gameshow, Nick Arcade.