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Acorn User - June 1985

FEATURES
 
The case for Comal
 
Robot round-up
What's available in the field of robotics for the BBC Micro
Reviews of five Movits, the Fischertechnik robit kit, the BBC buggy, the Beasty and Zero 2
 
Bulletin board
 
Sideways RAM Utilities
 
View printer driver generator
 
Pop goes the Music 500
 
NEW USERS
 
Hints & Tips
What to check for if your cassette recorder's playing up and the meaning of DFS error messages
 
First Byte
ATOM
 
Atom Forum
How to make reset reliable and a hex/ASCII dump
 
REVIEWS
 
Concept Keyboard Software
 
Games
Spaceman Sid from English Software, Swag from Micro Power, Level 9's Emerald isle, Firebird's Acid drops, Gold Digger and Bird Strike, Starter pack from Beebugsoft and Flowers of Crystal from 4mation
 
Castle Quest special
 
Music 500
 
REGULARS
 
News
BBCB+ - Acorn's latest micro, revs - a new game Aviator 
 
Noticeboard and Blunderbox
 
Hints & Tips
First Byte
Central processing
 
Joe's Jottings on Logo
 
Acorn User software
 
Beeb forum
Bar Code reader offer
 
Beeb forum
 
Atom Forum
 
Business news
 
Education news
 
Acorn Abuser's Diary
 
ROBOTICS SPECIAL
 
ROBOTICS
 
Robot Rally
 
Movits
 
Fischertechnik kit
 
BBC Buggy
 
The Beasty
 
Zero 2
BUSINESS
 
Business news
 
Taylor-made alterations
Some useful ways to change CP/M
 
CP/M Corner
 
Get your message across 
 

Publication Date : 1st April 2009



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH3992. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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