Popular Computing Weekly Vol 4 No 44 - 31 October - 6 November 1985

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Publication Date : 31st October 1985 to 6th November 1985

Publication Contents :

Page Item
1 BBC Sales Block [News Item]
2 Sweevo's World [Advert]
Gargoyle Games
"The funniest cartoon adventure you'll ever take part in"
4 Rumbelows drops Spectrum as stores plan Xmas ranges [News Item]
5 Watch out! It's Dynamite Dan [Advert]
6 Shadow of the Unicorn [Advert]
7 The computer scoop of the decade [Advert]
Greens at Debenhams
8 The Microdeal Road Show [Advert]
9 The Big Apple holds firm [News Item]
Apple computer has announced preliminary financial results
10 Dog dodge [Review]
Review of One Man and His Droid
11 The Ultimate Games for the Commodore 64 [Advert]
Sabre Wulf and Underwurlde
12 Space Pilot 2 [Advert]
13 Speed hills? [Review]
John Minson
Review of Mcoder III
16 Bonfire Party [Type-In Listing]
Andrew Bird
Make your political statement with this program for the Spectrum 48K
19 It's on it's way...the BIGGEST show of all - Electron & BBC Micro User Show [Advert]
27 C64 bonanza [News Item]
Tony Kendle
28 Tony Bridge's Adventure Corner [News Item]
Tony Bridge
Mind your manors and Static Illustrations
35 Top Charts - Top Twenty/ Readers' Chart No 48 [News Item]
36 Pick of the week - Disc Driven [News Item]
Discs of Death
39 Ingenious... [Advert]
Leisure Genius
Monopoly and Cluedo
40 Commando [Advert]
The smash hit No.1 Arcade Game!

Creator : Sunshine Publications

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH28815. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
Article: Popular Computing Weekly Vol 4 No 44 - 31 October - 6 November 1985

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