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Popular Computing Weekly Vol 4 No 45 - 7-13 November 1985

Publication Date : 7th November 1985

Publication Contents :

Page Item
1 Clive's New Year micros [News Item]
Sinclair is going to release two new micros next year
2 Rock'n wrestle [Advert]
Melbourne House
4 BBC Micro 32K Production Ceased [News Item]
Acorn has ceased manufacture of the 32K BBC Model B
4 Clive booked! [News Item]
The Sinclair Story - first full-length book about Clive Sinclair
5 Atari goes slow on 260ST [News Item]
Firmware upgrades for the Atari 520ST
5 Amstrad in 'copier' row [News Item]
Amstrad incites infringements of the Copyright Act (1956)
8 Sir Fred [Advert]
Mikro Gen
A severe attack of Chivalry on a moonlit knight
9 On the crest of a wave [Review]
John Minson
Review on New Concepts
10 I, of the mask [Advert]
Sandy White
11 Wah! [Review]
John Minson
Wham - The Music Box
14 Disc system [Review]
Ray Elder
Spectrum Disc Interface
15 Trivia + Atlantis [Advert]
Anirog
16 The Greatest Computer Game Ever Written - Tau Ceti [Advert]
CRL
18 Man O' War [Article]
Heave to and splice those mainbraces as David Muir shivers your timbers on the Amstrad
21 Electron & BBC Micro User Show [Advert]
Your first chance to see the exciting programs and peripherals now being planned for 1986.
27 Elektraglide drives you to distraction! [Advert]
English Software
31 Yak's Progress [Advert]
Llamasoft
+ Colourspace
36 M/C Programmers for Amstrad 464/ 128/ 256 - CBM 64/128 - Atari [Advert]
Platinum Gold
40 Sabre Wulf [Advert]
Ultimate play the game
41 Top Charts - Top Twenty/ Readers' Chart No 49 [News Item]
44 Pick of the week - Bizarre Scenario [News Item]
The Pawn
45 Time Limit [News Item]
DigiTape
Steeplejack
47 Bounty Bob Strikes Back! [Advert]
U.S. Gold
The most addictive platform game yet devised
48 The Young Ones [Advert]
Orpheus


This exhibit has a reference ID of CH28816. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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