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Source: Compute!’s Gazette – March 1986
Compute!’s Gazette was one of the most popular Commodore 8-bit magazines in the U.S. and the most successful spin-off of Compute! The March 1986 issue includes:
- What’s New Online for Commodore
- The Commodore SIG
- A Buyer’s Guide to Modems
- Movie Maker
- Perry Mason: The Case of the Manderin Murder
- Fighter Command
- Touchdown Football
- Computing for Families: Storytelling to Read
- Number Construction Kit
- Hints & Tips: Timesavers
- BASIC Magic: String Variables in READ and DATA Statements
- Machine Language for Beginners: Machine Maps
- Power BASIC: Keyboard to Joystick Converter
- The Coordinator
- Storage and Display: Using Peripherals with the 128
- ASCII Teleconverter
- 128 Auto Boot
- Clavier 64
- The Editor’s Notes
- Gazette Feedback
- User Group Update
- Simple Answers to Common Questions
- News & Products
- Bug-Swatter: Modifications and Corrections
- MLX: Machine Language Entry Program
- COMPUTE!’s Gazette Author’s Guide
- How to Type In COMPUTE!s Gazette Programs
I generally consider the last mainstream stand-alone Commodore magazine issue to be published in the U.S. as the final issue of RUN in November/December 1992. However, disk only publications and a subscription only magazine or two lingered on for several more years. One example is Commodore World. The October/November 1996 issue includes:
- CMD’s New Time Machine – What advantages might the SuperCPU have for your applications?
- All About SuperGEOS – GEOS and the SuperCPU work well together – and here’s why.
- Commodore Demos Part 3 – Our final look at the demo-scene… for now!
- Cleaning Out The GEOS Closet – Sometimes getting better organized really is worthwhile.
- It All Adds Up to geoCalc – Take a look at using GEOS for your spreadsheet applications.
- FileSplitter – A handy type-in program for dealing with oversized files.
- Hardware: Morse Coach – Forgotten Worlds, Grand Prix Circuit, and Death Sword.
- Games – Karate Champ/Kung-Fu Master, the Ghost of Genghis Khan, and Zamczysko.
- Just For Starters – There’s more than one way to win at computer games.
- Graphic Interpretation – Looking for more geoWrite goodies?
- Carrier Detect – If you thought online chatting died with Q-Link, better check this out…
- Hard Tips – Keep your mouse one step ahead of the cat!
- GeoProgrammist – Learn the in’s and out’s of creating and modifying GEOS data files.
- Assembly Line – 6402 vs. 65816: The added benefit of using 16-bit routines.
- Basic Instincts – Once upon a time subroutines…
- Over The Edge – Warning: Computing Can Be Hazardous to Your Health.
- From the Editor
- Commodore Trivia
- On The Horizon
- Classified Ads
- Advertiser’s Index