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Acorn User - February 1986

The Master, Acorn's new BBC Micro is launched this month.  Internal second processors giving 16 and 32 bit computing are a major feature.
Into the Shadow RAM
What is shadow RAM and the extra facilites offered by the B+ and B+128
Shrinking Screens
Extending Basic
How to write very long machine code programs for use in sideways RAM with all the advantage of speed and none of the bother of EPROM's
Cheat at Elite
Ultimate's Alien-8
The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole from Level 9
Phantom Combat from Doctorsoft
Citadel from Superior
Atic Atac by Ultimate
The Gauntlet by Micor Power
Software and Books
Microelectronics A to Z
Within the BBC Microcomputer
The BBC Microcomputer in Control
Guide to the BBC ROM
Winning at the races
Two Byte Brothers books and puzzle books for your micros
Wordwise Plus a user's guide
Advancing with the Electron
Music Master Class
Joystick Jargon
Disc Drive update

Publication Date : February 1986

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH3887. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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