Compute!’s Gazette, January 1985

Compute!’s Gazette, January 1985

Compute!’s Gazette was Compute!’s most successful spin-off magazine. While Compute! was a multi-format magazine, they published a number of other machine specific magazines. Gazette was the only one that lasted having an impressive run, in one form or another from 1983 all the way to 1995. It covered primarily the Commodore 64 but also included the VIC-20 and Commodore 128 depending on the time period. The January 1985 issue includes:

Features

  • The Move Toward Integrated Software
  • Inside View: Bruce Artwick, The Designer Behind Flight Simulator II
  • A Window To The World: Modems In The Home

Reviews

  • Seven Cities of Gold
  • Childpace
  • Also Worth Noting

Games

  • Trap ‘Em
  • Chomper
  • Kablam!

Education/Home Applications

  • Computing For Families: A Visit With Sweetums The Ogre
  • VIC Magic Draw
  • Math Dungeon
  • Magazine Indexer

Programming

  • BASIC Magic: Using Variables In 1985
  • Hints & Tips: Double Duty Variables
  • Machine Language For Beginners: ML Mailbag
  • Debugging BASIC, Part 1
  • Power BASIC: Stop And Go
  • Baker’s Dozen, Part 1
  • Disk Merge

Departments

  • The Editor’s Notes
  • Gazette Feedback
  • Simple Answers To Common Questions
  • Horizons
  • User Group Update
  • News & Products

Program Listings

  • How To Type In COMPUTE!’s Gazette Programs
  • The Automatic Proofreader
  • Bug-Swatter: Modifications And Corrections
  • Tiny MLX
  • C/G BBS

…and more!



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