In the early 1980s there were several computer magazines targeted towards a younger audience though most didn’t survive more than a couple of years. One of these was Enter. The November 1983 issue includes:
- Escape to Adventure – In computer adventure games, you are the hero. Read all about them – then play ‘Ice Pirates,’ a game that begins on page 4.
- Digital Dancing – Computers are adding colorful new touches to the art of dance.
- The Light Fantastic – A laser and a joystick save a young girl’s life.
- The Maven – A most curious visit from a video game genius.
- License to Thrill – In ‘Never Say Never Again,’ Bond plays electronic games.
- Best of the Quests – A teenage adventure gamer reviews today’s top challenges.
- Fractured Flowcharts – A comical quiz tests your understanding of computer diagrams.
- Q & A – ENTER’s Help-Line.
- Bits – Byte-sized news briefs.
- User Views – Phil and Bernie face off on sports games.
- Random Access – Our kids’ column.
- Pacesetter – Bela Selendy’s amazing computer mazes.
- Pencil Crunchers – Bela’s Mindbender Maze.
- Basic Training – Programming challenges.
- Fiction – A Chip Mitchell Computer Caper.
- Next – Coming attractions and puzzle answers.