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Dragon User - April 1987

Letters
A message from Buzz Software
Epson update
FireFOrce
Analyzer
News Desk
Dragoneer wins king size game; Pulser Software list; London 6809 Show; Compusense
Dragon soft
Tanglewood
CoCo/Dragon Basic Converter
How to alter Tandy Colour Computer Basic for the Dragon, with a machine code program
Dragon Answers
Inverting the screen in '64 mode; incorporating the time and date in a database; text compression for quiz game writing; connecting the joystick port to a keypad
Expert's Arcade Arena
Maps for Tanglewood's Castle Schark and Dawrf Drive
The first part of Total Eclipse
The last part of Dragon Games round-up
High Noon
High speed machine shoot-out for two players, complete with cactus cover and buckboard
Adventure Trail
Hints and help and an exchange of addresses on many titles, map for Ring of Darkness

Publication Date : 1987



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4044. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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