This issue was cover-dated December 1983 / January 1984 and cost 75p.
Headlines - 2 pages (7,9)
- A portable feast: SX64 to go on sale before Christmas - (7)
- Commodore gets that tip-top feeling: Commodore claims to be the top-selling UK home computer company - (7)
- Precision offers database potential: Superbase 64 to be released by Precision Software - (7)
- Rose blossoms at Phoenix: Founder of Romik Software Gerry Rose sets up Phoenix Software. Phoenix to release Four Gates to Freedom on the VIC-20 and The Sorcerer's Apprentice on the C64 - (7)
- Channel 8 Software to release all 10 Mysterious Adventures on the C64 - (7)
- And now... Revenge of the Mutant Camels - (9)
- Cheaper printing: Softex offering low cost printer interface that allows the Sinclair ZX printer to work on C64 or VIC - (9)
- Alice makes you wonder: Alice in Videoland, a new disk only game, being developed in USA - (9)
- Corby factory in full swing: 5,000 computers a day being produced - (9)
- Stack promises all the fun of the fair: Stack Light Rifle and games for the VIC and C64 - (9)
- Commodore sponsor English Basketball Association - (9)
Software Review: Commodore brings out a mixed batch - 2½ pages (10-12)
- Peter Gerrard takes a long, hard look at the software Commodore itself puts out
Contents / Editorial - 1 page (3)
Letters Page - 1 page (5)
Hardware Review: All the pleasures of printing - and some of the pain - 3 pages (15-17)
- Peter Gerrard assess the range of printers on offer for Commodore users, from daisywheels to dot matrix models - and offers some advice to insomniacs.
Profile: The department which has designs on you - 2 pages (28-29)
- Graham Cunningham talks to Gail Wellington - the lady leading Commodore's software charge
Programming: Design your own business program - 2½ pages (33,35-36)
- An extract from Jim Hall's forthcoming book "Business Applications on the 64"
Hardware: First Steps on the road to robot building - 2 pages (45,47)
- The first few stages in constructing turtles and micromice may be inexpensive but not without the occasional stumbling block, as Dr John Billingsley explains.
Answer Back - 1 page (49)
Competition Corner / Market View: Shake, rattle and roll... - 1 page (50)
Programming: Vross the minefield at your own risk - 2 pages (18,20)
- Peter Gerrard steers Vic 20 owners through the minefield of programming.
Star Game: Go into space on your 64 - 2 pages (22,24)
- Les Allan's Bomber Run turns you and your craft loose in the 'wild blue yonder'
Program Listings: Commodore Software File - 5 pages (39-43)
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