Popular Computing Weekly Vol 4 No 50 - 12 -18 December 1985

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Publication Date : 12th December 1985 to 18th December 1985

Publication Contents :

Page Item
1 Spectrum to break 100 as 128 looms in January [News Item]
4 Amiga planned for June in UK [News Item]
5 Xmas ZX Fair [News Item]
5 London Adventure [Advert]
Tour London from your armchair
5 Kaga Taxan KP810 [Advert]
HI Voltage
NLQ Dot Matrix Printer
7 Flight Simulator Special [Advert]
Strike Force Harrier and Spitfire 40
8 Most home computers vs The complete home computer [Advert]
10 Their Finest Hour [Advert]
16 Your Planet Needs You! [Advert]
Virgin Games
Strangeloop on Amstrad
17 Weak Jokes [Review]
John Minson
18 Your choice [Review]
John Minson
An adventure game for the Spectrum
26 Connect 4 [Article]
Colin Ashworth
Program code for Amstrad
35 Name: Andrew Pennell [Interview]
Andrew Pennell
Hi Soft programmer and author
38 Breaking into the BIG time! [Advert]
Skywave Multi-port
39 Casio CM-100 [Review]
John Cook
Calculator review
46 Gladiator [Advert]
Choose from 45 weapons and fight for your freedom
51 Sir Fred [Advert]
A severe attack of chivalry on a moonlit knight
53 Charts [News Item]
Top Twenty and Readers' Chart No 54
54 Cluedo, Monopoly, Scalextric and Scrabble [Advert]
Lesiure Genius
55 Unlucky 13 [News Item]
Friday the 13th - The computer game
56 Acceptable [News Item]
The QL Adventure
57 Peerless Adventure [News Item]
Lord of the Rings (part one)
59 EPYX goes GOLD [Advert]
Impossible mission now on the Spectrum & Amstrad
60 Roller Coaster [Advert]
The world's first theme-park game

Creator : Sunshine Publications

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH22642. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
Article: Popular Computing Weekly Vol 4 No 50 - 12 -18 December 1985

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