Personal Computer Games is a computer gaming magazine published in the U.K. in the 1980s. It covered popular 8-bit platforms like the Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum among others. The August 1984 issue includes:
- Help! 200,000 men are after you in our Game-of-the-Month
- Check out Sabre Wulf and PCG’s exclusive map
- Pages of reviews plus a PCG hit from the Age of the Train
- Q-Burt – Here’s a listing that’ll really keep you on the hop
- Encounter – state-of-the-art shoot-out that’ll leave you speechless
- Games galore – seven pages of new releases
- Last month’s Game-of-the-Month programmer lists his latest game
VIC 20 / Dragon / Oric/Atmos
- The good, the bad, and the ugly – scores of games played, reviewed and rated
- War Games – We look at the best of the battle simulations
- Valhalla Competition – make us laugh and win a free copy of the Game-of-the-Year
- Speech Games – Games with a lot to shout about – but can you hear what they’re saying?
- Star Raiders – Jeff Minter pays homage to this Screen Classic on the Atari
- Noticeboard – August – is this Games Month of 1984?
- Buzz – New Commodore machines get the thumbs down, plus the latest news, charts, and gossip.
- Byte-Back – Sappy letters, and some hot tips on how to increase your scores.
- Screen Test – Page after page of reviews that really put you in the picture.
- Program Library – Exclusive Commodore 64 hit listing, plus a great Spectrum game.
- Adventure-World – The White Wizard presents a great competition, and nearly gets deep-fried in a nuclear shelter.
- Challenge Chamber – Two top gamesters battle it out, plus latest hi-scores and a loony letter.
- PCG Hotline – Commander Chance picks up the phone. Are you on the other end?
- The Final Conflict – See how your votes have changed the course of history.
- Good Buy – Over 70 games get the PCG seal of approval, plus Jeff Minter goes Star Raiding.
- Entry Forms – Dare the Challenge Chamber, enter the Final Conflict, and try your luck in our competition.