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Lupin
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« on: August 30, 2017, 06:59:44 PM »


As I continue my loft hunt for old Dragon's Lair Laser Disc (Might be lost to last loft purge), did come across this article:

Computer & Video Games published by EMAP National Publications Ltd:






Hope you find interesting. As for the limerick at start, version I know ends a little different Smiley

Also found old issue of Joystik (November 1983), but already seems to be available for download.
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« Reply #1 on: August 30, 2017, 07:42:32 PM »

Nice, I didn't have that one, thanks  Kiss

Dawn, this reminds me that I really should go back here and update... lack of time... oppps
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« Reply #2 on: August 31, 2017, 09:53:11 AM »

Nice, I didn't have that one, thanks  Kiss

Dawn, this reminds me that I really should go back here and update... lack of time... oppps

Well reading that page did lead me to post this article. Also have 300dpi images if you want better copies.
BTW a few of the links on page you list do not seem to work and Joystik (November 1983) article also not listed.

As for Computer & Video Games magazine. Made interesting reading after 32 years, has profiles on game designs Christain Urhart, Malcolm Evans (3D Monster maze ZX81), Philip Mitchel, Orlando (Zalaga, Frak),Tony Crowther, Andy Spencer, Mike Singletion, Matthew Smith (Manic Miner/Jet Set Willy), Jeff Minter & Dave Marshall.
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