Assistant Features Editor
Database Publications Ltd.
All the latest events in the ever-changing world of your BBC Micro.
The software top 20: Barbarian knocks Steve Davis off the top.
Our monthly look at adventure games - old, new and revamped.
More high quality routines which you can use in your own programs.
A helping hand with some of those mind-testing hardware problems.
Find out how Shades, the biggest online multi-user game, was born.
Our technical guru demonstrates more equipment board techniques.
Hac Man (*)
A wealth of useful hints and news from our resident games expert.
What's coming this month on the telesoftware pages of BBC TV.
Play in ClogLand, or use the cheats to better yourself in other games.
New Inks (*)
Find out how you can save money by re-inking old printer ribbons.
The chance to get your news, views, moans and name into print.
Broad Stroke (*)
How to paint patterned sprites on your BBC Micro screens with ease.
Here's a routine that produces graphic raffle tickets at speed.
Snatch your superb Archimedes screens to disc with a keypress.
Our reviewers cast their eyes over the very latest games releases.
We look at some PC adventures you can run on your Archimedes.
This plug-in cartridge may be a smart one, but is it really useful?
Taking precise measurements the inexpensive way using your micro.
Can raw micro power balance out the lack of a friendly front end?
We cast a glance over three new packs for the Acorn Archimedes.
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