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Acorn User - April 1993

Comms Column
Graphics Column
Education Column
New Subcriber's Disc
Replay DIY, the Multimedia Expansion Unit (M.E.U.), Alink and Advance
Playing Around
Current educational games software
Surviving the Riscs
All those Risc OS 3 problems solved
Acorn User Show Guide
Absolute Beginner
programming Section
Risc OS patches, Zany graphics demos, sorts, mad monkeys
Bio Logically
Hexadecimal Dump and Tone Dialler
Moving Targets
Games design series
Assembly Line
Stacks of recursion and persian carpets, all in super-fast Arm code
Yellow Pages
Free Ads
True to Type
A visit to the Electronice Font-Foundry clarifies the world of fonts
Orchestral Manoeuvers
Music in education
Coders's Choice
DeskEdit 2 versus DBEdit
Quick on the Draw
In Brief
My World 2 and Digital Symphony
Game show
Battle Chess, The Hacker and Dragonball
Questions and Answers

Publication Date : 17th June 2009

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4842. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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