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Popular Computing Weekly Vol 2 No 36 - 8-14 September 1983

Publication Date : 8th September 1983 to 14th September 1983

Publication Contents :

Page Item
1 Dragon Data managing director resigns [News Item]
Tony Clarke resigns after financial rescue due to poor sales of the Dradon 32.
2 Dan Diamond Salamander Software advert [Advert]
4 Does Your Program Earn You a Living? [Advert]
Advert offering evaluation of your own home-written computer programs
5 Digital Research puts CP/M on home micros [News Item]
5 Visions software house launches [News Item]
5 Grundy looks for a buyer for the NewBrain project [News Item]
After going into liquidation. Grundy needs a new buyer for the NewBrain project.
5 Sinclair extends its option to acquire the old DeLorean car factory [News Item]
5 Virgin Games announce new games and a bus [News Item]
Virgin Games announce a bus filled with computers and programmers that will tour tell people all about their upcoming releases.
6 Anirog Software advert [Advert]
8 Transylvanian Tower advert [Advert]
Transylvanian Tower advert from Richard Shepherd Software
8 Sulis Software advert [Advert]
Sulis Software advert promoting educational games for the BBc, Dragon, Commodore 64, and Spectrum
10 Astro-Transporter [Type-In Listing]
Benedict Maccarty
A type-in game for the unexpanded Vic 20
10 Calendar [Advert]
M J Dyos
A calendar program for the Aquarius, ZX81, or Spectrum.
12 Compusense Dragon 32 software advert [Advert]
12 Lotus Soft advert [Advert]
13 David Kelly Interviews David Martin on Martech Games [Interview]
14 Reaching for the peak - Dragon software reviews [Article]
Brian Cadge
16 Everest Ascent advert [Advert]
17 Sound effects for the Vic-20 [Article]
Peter Bartley
18 L & J Computers advert [Advert]
L & J Computers advert, selling disk drives, computers and printers
19 Cambridge Computing joystick advert [Advert]
Cambridge Computing advertising the first programmable joystick.
20 The root of the problem [Type-In Listing]
T Choy
I type-in program that can solve quadratic equations
23 Bypassing Ascii code [Type-In Listing]
Dave Windle
25 3D star cluster program for BBC [Type-In Listing]
Christopher Bowerman
27 How to program function keys on Commodore 64 [Type-In Listing]
Les Allan
28 A version of Amateur Golf for the BBC B. [Type-In Listing]
Jonathan Taylor
30 Spectrum Says [Type-In Listing]
P Waller
Spectrum Says, a game based on Simon
30 Hello Universe [Type-In Listing]
Richard Barton
Hello Universe is a program that simulates America's proposed attempts at making contact with other planets.
31 Demon Invaders [Type-In Listing]
Alan Price
A typical earth defence game
33 Space Attack for BBC Micro [Type-In Listing]
R Yeardley
A space invaders like game
37 Tony Bridge's Adventure Corner [Article]
Tony Bridge
Tony Bridge talks about current adventure games with submissions from readers


Creator : Sunshine Publications

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH35779. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 
Article: Popular Computing Weekly Vol 2 No 36 - 8-14 September 1983

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