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Acorn User - December 1984

First Byte
Hints & Tips
Full control codes for Epsons
Improving your micro's memory
Using the Comman Line Interpreter
How to fit headphones and the use of STOP
Software piracy
Dear kitty
No room message
Domesday 1986
To mark 900th anniversary of the Domesday book the BBC 
is launching a massive project to produce a modern day equivalent on video disc with the help of BBC Micros in schools
Barcode Breakout
Joe's jottings
Bumper dumper
I found dumping games' screens impossible until I discovered george Hill's program
Speeding up
Quick steps to a faster micro
DIY database
Database comparison
News round-up
Science quiz
Exploratory programs 
Build a ROM pager
How to construct a ROM pager for your Atom
Atom Forum
Logo for the Beeb
Acornsoft's Pascal
Games of the year
The 18 arcade games that scored a hit in 1984
Abyss by Case Computer Simulations
Birdy Barrage by Computersolve
Battle Planet from ISP Marketing
One Last Game and Mayday from Clemoes Software
Micro Power's Blockbuster and Rubble Trouble
UBIK Software's Paranoid Pete
Brainstorm by Virgin
Lightpens illuminated
New books 
Micronet's 'almighty row' interactive video, music synthesiser
32016 second processor release
Beeb Forum
Software Top 20
Elite - straight to the top
Acorn Abuser's Diary
Go to the Acornopoly board
Bar codes
Build an organ
Musical keyboard to connect to your micro
Game dumps
Hit list '84 
The 20 best games and adventures of this year
Lightpens reviewed
Acornsoft's logo - an exclusive
ISO Pascal
Six databases

Publication Date : 1st April 2009

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH3985. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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