Computer Magazines - Commodore Horizons, November 1984
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Letters 7
More on the knotty problem of Pubquest and the latest episode in the chequered career of Computer Fink.
News 8
Musical keyboard, Dan Dare joins Virgin, new modems and all the latest software.
Plus/4 Review 12
Commodore's new machine scrutinised by Keith Brain and John Cochrane - is it a rival to the 64, or can it compete in a new market?
C16 Review 16
The Vic 20's successor, the C16, examined by Andy Pennell - if the Vic is dead, can the 16 take its place as an introductory machine?
1520 Data 20
16-year-old Sarah Cotton explains some basic programming concepts - this month, the DATA statement and how to use the 1520 printer/plotter.
Profile 26
Chris Jenkins talks to Tony Crowther, arguably the country's most talented games programmer. That's why we asked him to write a game for us in this issue!
Ode to Joysticks 29
Frank Bingley's program helps you understand how your 64 can be made to respond to joystick control.
Soft Hits 32
The best games reviews in town - for cowboys, spacemen and tennis players.
Teaching machine code 35
Chris Whitcombe attempts to learn the secrets of machine code with Dr Watson.
Star Game 41
Tony Crowther, author of Potty Pigeon, produces a Basic game for the 64 - LOKO.
1541 Express 46
Kevin Bergin takes a look at RAM Electronics' little black box.
Speech 64 53
David Fox on Currah's voice synthesiser.
Software file 54
More listings from readers - this month, a two-part arcade epic for the 64 and more.
Imprint 60
A look at the latest books on Commodore computing and a giant book of Vic games.
Comet Competition 63
A special extra competition - win an astronomical telescope from Dixon's.
Answer back 67
Gallant Jack Cohen takes another crack at your technical problems.
Competition 74
Join the Hell Nook regulars and win Danger Mouse from Creative Sparks.
 
 
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