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ZZap! 64 - April 1989



No. 48

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4th and inches
Advaced ski simulator
Blasteroids
Butcher hill
Captain Fizz
Cosmic Pirate
Dan Dare 2
Deflektor
Denaris
DNA Warrior
Dugger
Dungeon Master
Dynamic Duo
Eliminator
Fish
Four Soccer Simulators
Flying Shark
Galdregons Domain
Gary Lineker's Hot Shots
Grand Prix Circuit
IK+
Incredible Shrinking Sphere
International Speedway
Live and Let Die
Mini Golf
Motor Massacre
Munsters
Orion
Pastfinder
Populous
R-Type
Space Harrier
Super Hang On
Super Trux
Tomcat
Wanderer
War in Middle Earth
Who Framed Roger Rabbit
Willow
Zany Golf
Zone Trooper


Publication Date : March 1989

Publication Contents :

Page Item
10 Konix Console Piece [News Item]
looking forward to the launch of the British made console that never happened
19 PC Engine Grey Import Advert [Advert]
Micro Media were just one of the many companies importing this famous machine into UK homes, which sadly were the only way they ever came into the country


Creator : Newsfield

Format : Paper

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH56076. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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