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1987 £1.10
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CONTENTS
VOLUME 3 NUMBER 5
REGULARS
FEATURES
• Data Statements
• Club 128
Comms for Cnet users.
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• Petspeed 128 1 6
Review of this compiler for the C128.
• Word Pro Add On
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Descenders for your Plus/4 word pro and MPS
801.
• Bare Facts 58
All you ever wanted to know about Commodore
computers.
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• Nursery Rhyme Land
Educational adventuring for the young ones.
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• Repton 3
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PROGRAMS
AND UTILITIES
• Turbo Menu Maker 2 1
Menus and high speed loading for disk owners.
• Games Reviews
33
• Hex Data Entry
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Program entry made easy
• Machine Code Library 55
Handy routines for m/c programmers.
• X-Ray File 8 7
More information from your disk drive.
• Adventure Aid Graphics 98
Add graphics to our Adventure Aid program.
• Labeller 64
42
• Listings
47
• C16 Software for Sale
• USA Today
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53
• Stick 'em up
Win a Konix Joystick.
• Software for Sale
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• Back Page
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YOUR COMMODORE februan 1987
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Name
Address
Please make cheques and postal orders payable to Virgin Games Ltd, and post to
Virgin Games, 2/4 Vernon Yard, Portobello Road, London W11 2DX.
PLEASE DO NOT POST CASH.
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NEWS
UFITEi STFITEMENTS
Into the Arcades
Commodore 64 on cassette at £7.95
and disk at E14.95.
Rail Breaker is a new arcade game
for CR L which has a familiar feel to it.
The player controls a bat which
hurls a ball against a wall of bricks.
The objective is to destroy the wall and
then to proceed to the next levels to
repeat the task. Different coloured
bricks cause the ball to react
differently - some bricks send the ball
off at an angle, others cause it to
change speed or even break in half. An
added dimension is that demolishing
some walls releases monsters who then
have to be killed.
It will be available for the
Shoot 'em ups seem to be proliferating
at the moment and are as popular as
ever with the punters. Martech has
brought out a zany game called Cosmic
Shock Absorber based around the
character of the same name - also
defined as a fourth division hero. It
will be available for the CM.
Another unlikely hero is Inspector
Gadget of children's TV cartoon fame.
Inspector Gadget is determined to
pursue the agents of MAD who are at
the moment taking over the circus.
MAD have planted bombs over the
circus and you. as Inspector Gadget,
have to fi nd and defuse them. If a
bomb explodes you lose a life. The title
of the game is Inspector Gadget and
The Circus of Fear. It will be on the
streets very soon for the C64 on
cassette for £9.95 and disk for E14.95
and is from Melbourne House.
Another unashamed shoot 'em up
is Sigma 7 from Durrell software.
Durrell describe the new game as a
traditional shoot 'em up with todays
demanding standard for graphics and
sound. To increase your chances of
success it can be played with an
autofire joystick to avoid those cramps
in your hand. Sigma 7 is also for the
C64.
Touchline
Martech: Martech House, Bay Terrace.
Perensey Bay, East Sussex. BN24 6EE.
Tel: 0323 766616,
Melbourne House: 60 High Street,
Hampton Wick. Kingston-upon-
Thames KT1 4DB. Tel: 01 943 3911.
Dare!!: Castle Lodge. Castle Green,
TillintOn TA I 4411. Tel: 0823 54489.
CRL: 9 Kings Yard. Carpenter's Road.
London E15 2111)_ Tel: 01 533 2918.
If u ontwo Anon: it - Sigma 7
The Commodore Show
The 9th Offkial Commodore Show was
held at the Novotel, Hammersmith,
London in November. We were happy
to welcome our readers to our stand
and would like to say thanks for
everyone's comments (both good and
bad, although we were pleased to note
that most of you are happy with the
direction that the magazine is taking).
Ben Wellbay brings you the
punter's point of view.
about was that the Show Guide was free
and so we ventured forth with raised
hopes for a reasonably good show.
Alas this was not to be. We were
immediately aware of the distinct lack
of exhibitors, and the few modest
stands that were occupied, seemed to
be very similar both in content and
theme. One really wonders why, when
Christmas was so close and the show
not clashing in any way with similar
functions, so many of the larger
Commodore dealing enterprises were
noticeably absent. Is Commodore
really becoming the dinosaur of the
computer industry?
However, grumbles aside, mention
must be made of the exhibitors who
were present. First impressions of these
Visitor's View
On entering the building on a very cold
and windy day, we were not really
surprised to see scantily clad females
ready to thrust the official Show Guide
in our hands. What we were surprised
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