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(P)reviews: Ultima V (Microprose)
An excessive review of Lord British' latest RPG
Turbo C (Borland)
Some say: The best C-compiler present!
Times of Lore (Microprose)
Too large too play...large enough to review
Verminator (Rainbird)
The colourful scrolling game that plays in a tree
Airborne Ranger (Microprose)
Virus Fixer (STRIKE-a-LIGHT)
The latest virus killer added to the lot
Alternative file selectors (Miscellaneous)
Stefan reports on a host of alt. fileselectors
Guardian Moons (Microdeal)
Play the baddies for a change!
Devpac 2 ST
Stefan's latest toy
Protext Office (Arnor)
Piper is back with a thrilling utility review!
Populous (Electronic Arts)
Play God in this brilliant new EA release

Features: Solution to King's Quest IV (Sierra on Line)
Solution to Manhunter (Sierra on Line)
Solution to Deja Vu (Mindscape)
Solution to Hollywood Hijinx (Infocom)
Solution to Zak McCracken (U.S. Gold)
Solution to Police Quest II (Sierra on Line)
ST NEWS Volume 4 Issue 4 preview
Read all about the issue that will stun the world!!
Who do we think we are?
We get back in history, and feature some personal info
on all ST NEWS authors ever...

Courses/Tips & Tricks: Crimson's Column
Prepare for yet another brill walkthrough
We've got "Road Raider" and "FOFT" coming
up soon!!
GfA Basic Tips & Tricks
Forth Course Part XV
The best there is...
Level 16 (The Union) reveals: NO BORDERS!
Finally, the last hardware limits beaten

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