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Sinclair User June 1984

Sinclair User Issue 27

CAMBRIDGE AWARD Details of the competition to find the programmer of the year.

KEYBOARDS John Lambert reviews add-on keyboards for the Spectrum.

CHESS Bryan Whitby of the British Chess Federation plays the Spectrum against a rival machine.

ARCADE MIND GAMES A new trend on the arcade scene.

MACHINE CODE In the final instalment of the series John Kerrigan moves graphics in all directions.SINCLAIR SIMON Further adventures with the QL.

HARDWARE WORLD Reviews of the latest peripherals for Sinclair computers.

SPECTRUM SOFTWARE SCENE Games and utilities.

ZX-81 SOFTWARE SCENE Adventures and strategy games.

HIT SQUAD Chequered Flag Steve Kelly gets into first gear.

USER OF THE MONTH Jean Pierre Struye uses a Spectrum for cataloguing helmets.

SINCLAIR BUSINESS USER Mike Wright assesses software for the Sinclair QL.



Durrell Software

Sinclair software

Thanks to Dave Exton for the magazine


Publication Date : June 1984

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH3816. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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