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Acorn User - August 1985

FEATURES
 
Go Forth
Shine a light
Dynamic drawing
Help with sideways RAM
Start communicating here
 
NEW USERS
 
Hints and Tips
First Byte
 
ATOM
 
Acorn Atom Forum
 
YELLOW PAGES
 
Hints and Tips for BBC and Electron
Joe's Jottings-communicating by torch
Easyplot for BBC and Electron
Sideways RAM utilites
Bar code listings
 
REVIEWS
 
Games
Play Banjax from Chalksoft
Jet pac from Ultimate
Superstar Challenge
Ocean's Wizadore
Acheton
 
Wordprocessor plus
Worldwise Plus
 
Holding Forth
G-Forth, a ROM-based implementation of the language
Essex Forth Microcard
Skywave's Multi-Forth 83 ROM
 

Publication Date : August 1985



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH3880. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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