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Amazing Computing Vol 3 No 8 (Aug 1988) front cover
Amazing Computing 2 ( -Mar 1989)
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Cover Story SUMMER GAMES
Arkanoid
Capone
Dark Castle
F/A - 18 Interceptor
Hardward Project: TrackMouse
Deluxe Productions video wizardry
The Latest in Video in the Sunshine State
Introducing an Amiga Interface for Blind Users
Tumblin' Tots: Free game listing in Assembly language
Programming Modula-2
C notes
Admin Note Volume 3 Number 8 August 1988
Amiga Interface for Blind Users by Carl W Mann
Amiga Product Guide: Games Edition
Arakanoid by Graham Kinsey
Bug Bytes by John Steiner
C Notes from the C Group by Stephen Kemp
Capone by Joyce and Robb Hicks
Casino Fever by Michael Carbral
Dark Castle by Keith Conforti
Deluxe Productions by Harv Laser
Ebonstar by Keith Conforti
Ferrari by Jeffrey Scott Hall
Game Pizazz by Jeffrey Scott Hall
Hot on the Shelves by Michael Cabral
Leatherneck by Michael Creeden
Modula-2 Programming by Steve Faiwiszewski
PD Serendipity by CW Flatte
Ports of Call by Julie Landry
Roomers by The Bandito
Take Five! by Steve Hull
The Command Line by Rich Falconburg
The Developing Amiga by Stephen Pietrowicz
TrackMouse by Darryl Joyce
Tumblin' Tots by David Ashley
Video in the Sunshine State by Stephen R Pietrowicz

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