Popular Computing Weekly Vol 4 No 47 - 21-27 November 1985

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Publication Date : 21st November 1985 to 27th November 1985

Publication Contents :

Page Item
1 Acorn paves way for 16-bit BBC machine [News Item]
1 Back to the Future [News Item]
Electric dreams is developing a game to go alongside the new movie Back to the Future
2 Lord of the Rings (Game One) [Advert]
Melbourne House
4 Spectrum settles Soft Aid storm [News Item]
7 Microdeal QL [Advert]
Lands of Havoc, Crazy Painter, Cuthbert in space, hopper and Q.L. Flight available now
8 Trying to play all the games you can get for the Sinclair Spectrum could kill you. [Advert]
10 Xmas micro guide [Article]
15 The Game of a Lifetime [Advert]
Elite Gold Edition
16 Winter Sports [Advert]
Electric Dream Software
Ice hockey, speed skating, ski jumping, down hill slalom, giant slalom, bob sled and biathlon
18 Whirly Bird [Review]
John Minson
Tomahawk for the Spectrum
19 Face to face [Review]
John Minson
I, of the Mask for Spectrum
27 Speech generator [Article]
Brian Cadge
Sound sampling on Amstrad
32 Tony Bridge's Adventure Corner [Review]
Tony Bridge
Final Quill, Ambushed and Ghosts
37 Cyberun [Advert]
Ultimate play the game
42 Top Charts - Top Twenty/ Readers' Chart No 51 [News Item]
43 Sir Fred [Advert]
Mikro Gen
A severe attack of Chivalry on a moonlit knight
44 Your Computer Advert [Advert]
46 Only the bravest fly... Tomahawk [Advert]
48 Pick of the week - A hard line [News Item]
Yes Chancellor
52 RAMBO - First Blood Part II [Advert]

Creator : Sunshine Publications

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH28137. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
Article: Popular Computing Weekly Vol 4 No 47 - 21-27 November 1985

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