Computing Books published by Pan
The following is a list of Computing Books published by Pan in the Centre for Computing History collection. It is not an exhaustive list of and other books may have been published. If you have a book that you would like to donate to our collection, please view our donations page.
There are 4
Computing Books published by Pan in our collection :
Date: 1st January 1983
Stretch your mind - with more than a little help from your micro - to find the answers to these brainteasers from the puzzle-master of Personal Computer World's Leisure Lines feature.
Test your mental ability with the Quickie Questions, or tackle the conundrums of the Puzzle Posers. Access the answers if you're baffled!
The final test of the Prize Puzzle awaits you
...if you stay the course!
Hours of puzzling pleasure for computer enthusiasts... or for anyone with an insatiable appetite for twenty-four carat brainteasers!
Author: J J Clessa
Date: 2nd December 1983
Sixty Programs for the VIC 20
by Robert Erskine, Humphrey Walwyn, Paul Stanley & Michael Bews
Paperback: 286 pages
Publisher: Pan; 1st edition (2 Dec 1983)
Date: 1st January 1984
The Best Software Guide Spectrum Games
The Complete Compendium of Arcade Games Software for the Sinclair ZX Spectrum
The Best Software Guide will become the computer gamer's bible, the video expert's reference and the aspiring gamester's guide.
Indexes, including a comprehensive ratings system, of available arcade games for the Sinclair ZX Spectrum are combined with reviews and screen-shots of the action, giving you access to the best of the small-screen software. A unique gameplay reference system gives you guidance on the tactics needed to rack up the highest scores. Reviews of the entire range of tools currently available for the joystick jockey to get his hands on our included, plus a report on the new dedicated games machines a s pointer to the future state of play.
Tony Takoushi's devotion of the art of arcade action makes The Best Software Guide a book no games player can afford to be without.
Author: Tony Takoushi