Well, it does if the hard drive you download it onto is named ‘doormat’.
Features in this bumper 53 page issue include an in-depth, personal retrospective of the 8-bit games scene, along with reviews of two new games from Retro Software, the next parts in the two programming series “All Sorted” and “RISC OS Programming in BASIC”, along with the start of a new one dealing with graphics in BBC BASIC, and much more.
A change with this issue is the route Paul has taken to publication – more specifically, a change in the software he uses. Whereas previously he used Ovation to lay out the magazine, turning it into a PDF using PrintPDF, this time he’s switched to using EasiWriter, which can save PDFs directly, and allows the magazine to include working links to relevant websites.
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