Analog Computing (April 1989)

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Source: Analog Computing – Issue Number 71 – April 1989

Analog computing was one of the two major Atari 8-bit magazines in North America. It was a great magazine for owners of those systems and it had a long life. The April 1989 issue includes:

Features

  • Krazy Mazes – An exciting two-player game of mazes and chases written entirely in machine langauge.
  • Master Memory Map, Part IX – ANALOG’s official memory map continues
  • Univert – How many decimeters are ther in a cubit? How many leagues in a light year? With Univert you can easily convert from any unit of measurement to another.
  • Pixel Averaging on the Atari – This graphics technique will allow you to hide those jagged edges in your computer art masterpieces.

Reviews

  • Panak Strikes – This month Steve looks at Gauntlet (Atari) and Richard Petty’s Talladega (Cosmi).
  • The Converter (No Frills Software)
  • Cheat! (Alpha Systems)

Columns

  • Database DELPHI
  • Game Design Workshop
  • ST Notes
  • The End User

Departments

  • Editorial
  • Reader Comment
  • 8-bit News
  • M/L Editor
  • BASIC Editor II

…and more!






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