Ditch those black & white printouts - Four colour printers face the acid test
Thunderblade! The arcade sensation blasts its way into 16 bits!
Win the lot! - A years supply of software from Electronic Arts and Atari up for grabs
Flair Paint - The best ever ST art package?
Hard Disks - Expensive toys or a real necessity? Three models tested.
|The Wraps Come Off||Tony Dennis joined the 1700 companies and 110,000 visitors in Las Vagas, where Atari's and Commadore's plans for 1989 were revealed at Comdex.|
|Amiga 68020 Launched||After al Atari's and Commodore's talk of 68020 and 68030 plans, Commodore are the first to deliver the goods with a saleable product; the Amiga 2500|
|Laptop ST - Almost||Question: when is a launch not a launch? Answer: when it's a laptop ST.|
|BBC Emulator at Commodore Show|
|Atari Show||The recent Atari show at Alexandra Palace proved to be a mixed bag of nuts|
|Atari to publish Amiga software||Atari UK are planning a massive assult on the UK home software market in 1989 - not only for the ST, but titles for the Amiga are included in the plans.|
|First colour Digitiser||Workbench 1.3 shipping in US|
|A Scanner in the Works|
|944 Turbo Cup||Loriciel||£19.99||70%|
|Chuckie Egg||Pick & Choose||£19.95||75%|
|Live and Let Die||Domark||£19.95||83%|
|RAC Rally Simulation||Mandarin||£24.95||80%|
|Return of the Jedi||Domark||£19.95||72%|
|Megabytes for Megabucks|