• Category Archives Computer Arcana
  • Retro computing and other things computer related

  • Your Commodore (April 1986)

    Your Commodore was one of a number of Commodore related magazines published in the U.K. Not limited to the Commodore 64, it also covered the Commodore 128, Plus/4 and C-16 but the Commodore 64 was by far the most popular and the one with the most coverage. The April 1986 issue includes:


    • C-16 by Gremlin Graphics – A selection of software from Gremlin.
    • Data Errors: Locate and Destroy – We help you sort out those tiresome errors.
    • Telephone Exchange – Big communications program for your C64.
    • Money Management – A detailed look at Commodore’s budget Planner.
    • Databos – A database for your C128.
    • Testing Ground – The Basic Testing Systems helps you write better programs.
    • Memory Juggling – Get more from Basic memory.
    • Making Light Work – Amicron’s light pen faces the Eric Doyle test.
    • Two for the C128 – Steve Carrie brings you two utilities for your 128.


    • Top Draw
    • Welcome to the machine – Machine code unraveled.
    • Froggy – Daryl Bowers shops into action again.


    • Data Statements
    • Missives
    • Listings
    • Bookshelf
    • Software for Sale
    • Communications Corner
    • Sprite Ideas
    • Competition
    • Action Replay
    • Sense of Adventure
    • Game of the Month
    • Mach 5
    • Language Lab

    Games and Utilities

    • New characters for your C16 – New characters for your C16.
    • Top Mon – Type in your own machine code monitor.

    …and more!

  • Transactor for the Amiga, Volume 2, Issue 4, July 1989

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    The July 1989 issue of Transactor for the Amiga

  • Commodore Magazine, Volume 10, Number 6, June 1989

    The June 1989 issue of Commodore Magazine