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Popular Computing Weekly Vol 2 No 50 - 15-21 December 1983

Publication Date : 15th December 1983 to 21st December 1983

Publication Contents :

Page Item
1 Oric 2 gets go ahead [News Item]
1 What future now for Atari? [News Item]
Warner Communications may sell its ailing Atari computer division.
2 Forty Niner Advert [Advert]
Claiming to be the only program of its kind in the world.
5 His master's voice sounds from Commodore [News Item]
Commodore will launch its long-awaited Magic Voice speech synthesiser unit.
5 Little new at ZX fair [News Item]
Interest once again centered around new Spectrum software.
7 Teddy bear's picnic [News Item]
Bear Bovver coming to 48k Spectrum
9 Storage Solution [Review]
Little storage on the Sinclair Microdrive.
14 Turn your programme upside down [Advert]
Now you can add another dimension to your games.
18 In the driving seat [Review]
Graham Taylor
The Quill, Games Designer and CoCo 2 come to the Spectrum.
26 Cable Software urgently require machine code programs [Advert]
27 In reverse [Advert]
Trever Toms
Trever Toms continues his machine code series for the Spectrum, part three.
28 Unlock your Imagination [Advert]
SCOPE Computer Graphics Language for the 48K Spectrum
32 An easy life for some [Review]
Keith and Steven Brain
Keith and Stevn Brain take a look at programming aids for the Dragon 32.
37 The Official Frogger [Advert]
Frogger is the popular arcade game for the Dragon 32.
39 Once you've got to grips with the Rock 'n' Roll game, flip over and get your teeth into Dracula [Advert]
40 "Adventures into imagination" [Advert]
Richard Shepherd Software
Transylvanian Tower, Super Spy, Invincible Island and Everest Ascent on the Sinclair 48K Spectrum
45 Deathchase [Advert]
New game for Spectrum in 3D.
51 Securi Tape A must for all commodore 64 owners! [Advert]
MOS Consultants
Secures all your games and utilities on separate tapes, saves you pounds on replacement
52 The best books for the Spectrum [Advert]
Sunshine Books
66 Mastercode Assembler for the Commodore 64 [Advert]
Full Commodore 64 Assembler/ Disassembler
68 The Dan Diamond Trilogy [Advert]
Salamander Software
79 There's no present like the future [Advert]
Logic 3
The world's finest programming tutorial for only 12.95
81 New Releases - Jumbly [News Item]
D K ^Tronics
81 New Releases - Lost Tomb [News Item]
Alligata Software

Creator : Sunshine Publications

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH28021. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
Article: Popular Computing Weekly Vol 2 No 50 - 15-21 December 1983

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