Thursday, June 28, 2012

Club Nintendo, Holiday 1990

The Holiday 1990 issue of Nintendo Club:

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Popular Computing Weekly, November 6-12, 1986

Popular Computing Weekly for the week of November 6-12. This weekly newspaper style magazine covered the popular computers of the 80s in the UK including the Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, Commodore 16 / Plus/4, Atari ST and Atari XL/XE:

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The Australian Commodore and Amiga Review, May 1988

The May 1988 issue of The Australian Commodore and Amiga Review. This is (as the title would suggest) an Australian based magazine covering the Commodore 64, Commodore 128 and Amiga computers:

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Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Next Generation, Issue Number 9, September 1995

The September 1995 issue of Next Generation. This was one of my favorite magazines while it lasted:

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Commodore & Amiga Horizons, Issue 28, April 1986

The April 1986 issue of Commodore & Amiga Horizons, a UK based Commodore specific magazine covering both the various 8-bit Commodore machines as well as the Amiga:

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Atari Turns 40, Celebrates with New Centipede

Forty years ago today, Nolan Bushnell and Ted Dabney founded Atari, and the gaming giant is celebrating with a big push onto smartphones. The company released Centipede: Origins for iOS and Droid devices last week, overhauling the original’s iconic pixelated graphics with a fresh design and layers of new gameplay aimed at today’s Angry Birds generation.

“The touch screen adds a dimension that I think is much more personal, as opposed to a joystick,” Giancarlo Mori, Atari’s head of product development, told me in a recent interview. “We’re trying to find the sweet spot between nostalgia and innovation—to give more than the original game design will allow.”

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