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ZX Computing Summer 1982

Over 100 pages of information and programs for the ZX81 and ZX80 user including a 1K Chess routine!

Publication Date : May 1982

Publication Contents :

Page Item
3 dK'tronics Hardware and Software [Advert]
6 Sinclair ZX81 Advert [Advert]
11 Testing Your ZX81's Speed [Article]
Henry Budgett, Tim Hartnell
14 Windfall (16K Game) [Type-In Listing]
C LLewellyn
17 1K Chess [Type-In Listing]
18 Orbit (16K Game) [Type-In Listing]
S M King
23 Bureau de Change (16K Game) [Type-In Listing]
24 The Dreaded ROM Bug [Article]
27 ZX81 Re-Number (Utility) [Type-In Listing]
28 Building a Library [Article]
35 Power Boat (16K Game) [Type-In Listing]
37 Zap (16K Game) [Type-In Listing]
38 Tourist Trap (16K Adventure Game) [Type-In Listing]
43 Double Your RAM [Article]
46 First Steps in Machine Code [Article]
Toni Baker
49 Micro Mouse (16K Game) [Type-In Listing]
50 Screen Pokes for ZX80 and ZX81 [Article]
56 One Armed Bandit [Type-In Listing]
58 Othello (16K Game) [Type-In Listing]
W P Davies
61 Swappo (16K Game) [Type-In Listing]
Don Scales, H J Garwood, Tim Hartnell
62 Peek, Poke, Byte and RAM [Review]
Phil Garratt
66 Clive Sets the Pace [News Item]
Uncle Clive will be donning his sweaty tracksuit to set the pace in a half-marathon to be held in July.
66 Sinclair Misses the Bus [News Item]
Sinclair and Timex were most conspicuous by their absence at the giant West Coast Faire held in San Francisco at the end of March.
66 Schools Lap it Up [News Item]
More than 2500 UK secondary schools have bought ZX81s to give their pupils hands-on computing experience.
67 Timex Buys it Up [News Item]
Sinclair Research have signed a deal with Timex in America to get the ZX81 sold through some 171,000 retail outlets in the states.
67 Users' Club [News Item]
A network of Users' Club for the ZX81 has sprung up in the UK.
67 Users Crowd it Out [News Item]
The ZX Microfairs, organised by Mike Johnston, are going from strength to strength.
68 DCP Developments' Packs [Article]
Stephen Adams
70 Hypno (16K Game) [Type-In Listing]
Tim Johns
73 Crofton Keyboard Review [Review]
Crofton's Adaptakit is housed in a neat matt-black metal box which holds the ZX81.
74 Quicksilva - Nick Lambert Interview [Interview]
Tim Hartnell
77 Chopper Squad (1K Game) [Type-In Listing]
R Morland and M Frobisher
Make the most of 1K
80 Draughts (4K Game) [Type-In Listing]
86 Customer File (Business Software) [Type-In Listing]
I Wrigley
89 UFO (1K Game) [Type-In Listing]
S Hassen


This exhibit has a reference ID of CH22968. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 
Article: ZX Computing Summer 1982

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