SOON COMING IN ST NEWS
Though the upcoming issue, Volume 4 Issue 4, will probably not
feature any of the usual type of articles, this is what you will
get after the summer holiday...
(P)reviews: The new games of a new label: Screen 7
Games called Jaws, Steigar and High Steel
Anti Viren Kit II (G-Data)
Let's see what they have come up with this time
Barbie Construction Set (Epyx)
This is still a rumour...
The latest Rainbow Arts game with Great Graphics
The latest Virgin/Mastertronic coin-op titles:
Gemini Wing, Shinobi and blast-'em up Silkworm
Star/Japan Scenery Disks (SubLOGIC)
See the sun rise in "Flight Simulator II"...
Battle Chess ST
10 levels of advanced chess from EA
The colourful scrolling game that plays in a tree
An exclusive review of the 'Official Secret Club'-
adventure situated in ancient Greece!
Microprose Soccer (Microprose)
Will it succeed in beating C-64 Soccer?
Guardian Moons (Microdeal)
Play the baddies for a change!
Devpac 2 ST
Stefan's latest toy
The Discovery Cartridge
Will it copy ANYTHING?!
Knight Force (Titus)
This is one the Discovery cartridge can't...
RC Aero Chopper (Ambrosia Software)
Control a Flightsimulator through Radio Control!?
Guido Stumpe takes in in-depth look at this new Mac
emulator for us...
The latest Logotron release up for grabs!
A $10,000 debugging processor, piggy-backed on your
Unix freaks can now run a small version on their ST.
The sequel; remember this one?
A new disk magazine?
Features: Solution to Deja Vu (Mindscape)
Solution to Hollywood Hijinx (Infocom)
Solution to Zak McCracken (U.S. Gold)
Solution to Myth (Rainbird) * A WORLD EXCLUSIVE!! *
Solution to Police Quest II (Sierra)
Courses/Tips & Tricks: Crimson's Column
Populous will be next...Crimson = God?
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
Definitive Tricks Part II
A machine code tricks programming series
by the Lost Boys of London!
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