Last October, RISC OS users were introduced to Andrew Oyston by way of that month’s Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club (WROCC) meeting. Andrew is a retro hardware and games enthusiast who has covered RISC OS (and other topics) in Pixel Addict magazine1 – and he has been in touch to highlight another article he has written in another publication.
This time it’s issue 45 of Fusion, a magazine that – according to the main Fusion Magazine page on the publisher’s website – was a magazine for ZX Spectrum owners in the 1980s and 1990s, which has been resurrected to carry reviews of more up-to-date titles, as well as new features and articles, as well as a number of regular columns.
Given that this is issue 45, the new incarnation of the magazine is presumably proving to be successful – so let’s make it a little more successful, at least for this issue, and at the same time give the publisher a reason to consider asking Andrew for more!
- Speaking of Pixel Addict, if you haven’t caught that magazine yet, it’s well worth checking out, even if it’s only the issues that feature RISC OS (and/or older Acorn computers). Highlights in particular include a write up of the 2022 Wakefield Show by Andrew in issue 5, a report of this year’s show in issue 12 (which I imagine was also written by Andrew, but I’ve only just placed my order), and Tom Williamson of Wi-Fi Sheep is also contributing a short series to the magazine, focusing on the BBC Micro – but if you browse the back issues, you’ll definitely find more of interest.