- Category Archives Commodore 64
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Home Computer Magazine was an early to mid 1980s computer magazine that covered Commodore, Apple, IBM, and Texas Instruments computers though it was born out of a magazine devoted exclusively to the TI-99/4A. Volume 5, issue 2 includes:
- It Figures! – What does it do? How does it do it? It Figures!
- Evacu-Pod – Pilot your Evacu-Pod to rescue miners on 4 other worlds.
- Switch ‘n’ Spell – A spelling aid … with an entertaining twist.
- Laserithmetic – Will math skills and laser blasts keep alien beasts at bay?
- Organizer Reports – Flexibility and organization highlight your outline printouts.
- Razzle Dazzle – Don’t just play with your 99/4A, play it, maestro.
- What is CP/M? – Is this operating system headed for rebirth?
- Apple Seedlings – Sort your ProDOS catalogs.
- Commodore Hornblower – Inside the SID chip.
- IBMpressions – Create 3-D surface drawings with BASIC.
- Field & Screen: Using a Data Base System – A general introduction to using data bases – correctly.
- The Music of Sound: A Review of 4 Music/Sound Software Series with Keyboards for the C-64 – Creative fun with Commodore’s amazing sound capabilities.
- Lost in CP/M Land: A Review of the Microsoft Premium Softcard IIe – Are we being too hard on the Softcard?
- A CP/M Dawn for the TI-99/4A: A Review of Morning Star’s CP/M Package – Finally, the CP/M window is opened to 99/4A Users.
- Spy vs Spy – Does the software capture the comic MADness?
- AppleWorks – An easy-to-use integrated package reaches the home.
- The Ancient Art of War – Here it’s okay to pick a fight.
- Legacy II for the PCjr – Junior continues to grow in power.
- The Factory – Punch, stripe, at rotate objects in your own factory.
- Keys to Responsible Driving – Better than a driver’s manual?
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