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Popular Computing Weekly Vol 2 No 49 - 8-14 December 1983


Publication Date : 8th December 1986 to 14th December 1986

Publication Contents :

Page Item
1 New ITV venture to rival BBC? [News Item]
ITV deciding whether to launch ITV micro
1 Bug-Byte loses claim to fame [News Item]
A SPLIT at Bug-Byte means it will lose its claim to Manic Miner
4 There's no present like the future [Advert]
Logic 3
The world's finest programming tutorial for only 12.95
5 Dragon upgraded to 64 [News Item]
Scheme which allows Dragon 32 owners to upgrade to a Dragon 64
6 Games on the Spectrum [Advert]
Lunar Jetman, Pssst, Cookie, Transam and more on the Spectrum
8 Invincible Island [Advert]
Richard Shepherd Software
An adventure game for the Spectrum
10 Diver [Article]
John Durst
Code to enter for a game on the Spectrum
12 Turn your programme upside down [Advert]
Stonechip Electronics
Now you can add another dimension to your games.
14 Unlock your Imagination [Advert]
SCOPE Computer Graphics Language for the 48K Spectrum
15 Power games [Interview]
David Kelly
David Kelly talks to Bob Simpson of Micro Power
16 Empire of the Dragon [Review]
Brian Cadge
Brian Cadge looks at another batch of software for the Dragon
18 A routine matter [Article]
Andy Wilson
Andy Wilson looks at amchine code routines on the ZX81 in the second of a three-part series
22 Spectrum Joystick Interface [Advert]
RAM Electronics
26 The fabulous Cassette 50 [Advert]
Cascade Games
50 games on one great cassette
30 More than fun and games! [Advert]
First steps with the Mr. Men, Caesar the cat and Quick Thinking
32 Get compatible at Currys. You can't buy cheaper [Advert]
38 Once you've got to grips with the Rock 'n' Roll game, flip over and get your teeth into Dracula [Advert]
New K-tel Doublesiders
42 Protect your valuable software magazines and tapes [Advert]
44 Tasword Two - The Word Processor [Advert]
Tasman Software
48 Adventure Games [Advert]
The Knight's quest, pharaoh's tomb, magic mountain, gorgon and the black planet
58 Mastercode Assembler for the Commodore 64 [Advert]
Full Commodore 64 Assembler/ Disassembler
67 Tread The Path of Adventure with.... GILSOFT [Advert]
Magic Castle, Diamond trail, the Quill and Timeline & Tasks

Creator : Sunshine Publications

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH50722. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
Article: Popular Computing Weekly Vol 2 No 49 - 8-14 December 1983

This magazine has been scanned and is available to view online.
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