Commodore Magazine (May 1987)

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Source: Commodore Magazine – May 1987

Commodore Magazine was Commodore’s last official publication. It covered all of Commodore’s computers which in 1987 mostly meant the Commodore 64, Commodore 128 and Amiga line. The May 1987 issue includes:

Features

  • Electronic Education – Go to college without leaving your home.
  • A Library as Close as Your Computer – Using your computer, your telephone and a modem, you can access electronic libraries that never close.
  • What Next for Commodore? – An exclusive interview with Commodore’s CEO, Tom Rattigan.

Departments

  • Letters
  • News
  • Silicon Valley Insider – From Computer Scrabble to World Tour Golf
  • Adventure Road – Exploring an Underwater Maze
  • Telecommunications
    • Inside QuantumLink
    • Connect!
  • Software Reviews
    • The Movie Monster Game
    • 10th Frame
    • Zorro
    • Spindizzy
    • Marble Madness
    • Ace of Aces
    • Amnesia
    • Earl Weaver Baseball
    • Syntech BBS Construction Set
    • Breakers
    • Commando
  • Hardware Reviews – 500XJ Joystick
  • Tips & Tricks – Tips for Fun and Utility
  • Computer Tutor – Vectors
  • Jiffies
    • Dial a Word
    • Scrambled Words Unscrambler
  • 64 Users Only
    • Multiwindows
    • A Child-Proof Cap
  • 128 Users Only
    • Universal Program Lister, Part 2
    • The 128 Mode
  • Amiga Update – AmigaBASIC Tutorial
  • Game Programs – Mister Mailman
  • User Groups
  • How to Enter Programs
  • Magazine Entry Program
  • Advertisers’ Index



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