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Acorn User - September 1985

FEATURES
 
Doomsday draws nearer
New version of Domesday book - 900 years on
 
Project Christopher
BBC Micros changed his life
 
Troubled waters
Game - Run Silent, Run Deep
 
Pots of paints
Easyplot graphics package
 
ROM relocation
 
Worldwise workout
Transfer Worldwise to Basic and vice versa
 
Public View
ViewSuite
 
Wordprocessor wisdom
View and Worldwise
 
ATOM
 
Acorn Atom Forum
Atomic Overflow Control
 
YELLOW PAGES
 
Hints and Tips
Run Silent, Run Deep
Easyplot part 2
Disloc
Worldwise editor
ViewSuite
Top of the list
Bar code listings
 
REVIEWS
 
Review roundup
Games
Labyrinth from Acornsoft
Repton from Superior
Icon's Drain Mania and Bug Eyes
Durell's Combat Lynx
Duck! from Firebird
 
Solidisk's low-cost DDFSs
 
Printer speed trials
 
Music machine
Island Logic's Music System software
 
Software
Acornsoft's Micros in Business
Basic Compiler from Ack Data
 
Playing ball
 
Marconi RB2 Tracker Ball
 
Expansion boards
 
 
 

Publication Date : September 1985



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH3881. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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