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Popular Computing Weekly Vol 4 No 51 - 19-25 December 1985

Publication Date : 19th December 1985 to 25th December 1985

Publication Contents :

Page Item
1 Sinclair's wafers [News Item]
4 Atari admits to delay on 260ST [News Item]
4 Microsoft Logo to enter schools market [News Item]
7 Flight Simulator Special! [Advert]
9 Zoids [Advert]
Martech
The battle begins
11 Popular's Xmas Crackers [Article]
Top games for Spectrum, Amstrad, BBC and QL
15 Think! A supreme test of logic and strategy [Advert]
ariola soft
17 Make Money with your Micro! [Advert]
P.W. Promotions
18 S'no fun [Review]
John Minson
Winter Sports review
19 The Writer [Advert]
SofTechnics
Word-processing package for Sinclair Spectrum
21 Halley's Comet [Advert]
SofTechnics
A finder and Planetarium
28 Touch Pad Screen Artist [Advert]
Cumana
33 Kaga Taxan KP810 NLQ Dot Matrix Printer [Advert]
HI Voltage
37 Skyfox [Advert]
ariola soft
Out on 6th Jan!
39 Charts [News Item]
Gallup/ Microscope
Top 20 & Readers' Chart No 55
45 3" DISKS 39 FOR 10 [Advert]
Micro Resources LTD
46 Sir Fred [Advert]
Mikro Gen
A severe attack of Chivalry on a moonlit knight
48 Pick of the week - Design System [Review]
50 Ninteen Eighty-Four George Orwell [News Item]
Rod Dawson
Language Barrier
51 We'll take you beyond the Spectrum [Advert]
RAM Electronics
52 Commando [Advert]
Elite
The smash hit No.1 Arcade Game!


Creator : Sunshine Publications

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH28818. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 
Article: Popular Computing Weekly Vol 4 No 51 - 19-25 December 1985

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