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Re: Allsorts of interesting finds
« Reply #180 on: 2022.March.06. 12:51:00 »
I think unfinished/never released neither for EP nor to CPC:

Enterprise and Amstrad versions of the game were planned but never released; although there are one or two hints to the existence of the Amstrad version.

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Re: Allsorts of interesting finds
« Reply #181 on: 2022.March.06. 18:56:20 »
I have tried the two Spectrum versions available and they seem to work on SPEMU128.

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Re: Allsorts of interesting finds
« Reply #183 on: 2022.March.07. 15:40:17 »
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Re: Allsorts of interesting finds
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Re: Allsorts of interesting finds
« Reply #185 on: 2022.March.08. 15:26:16 »
And now some interesting advert lines from Popular Computing Weekly Sept_85 - Feb_86

Popular Computing Weekly 85 V4#39


Popular Computing Weekly 85 V4#40


Popular Computing Weekly 85 V4#41


Popular Computing Weekly 85 V4#42


Popular Computing Weekly 85 V4#43


Popular Computing Weekly 85 V4#44


Popular Computing Weekly 85 V4#45


Popular Computing Weekly 85 V4#46


Popular Computing Weekly 85 V4#47

Race-Ace and Nodes of Yesod covers

Popular Computing Weekly 85 V4#48

Steve Davis Snooker and Sorcery covers

Popular Computing Weekly 85 V4#50

Cyrus II Chess and can't recognize covers (Falcon Patrol II from Virgin? I see Virgin label at cover like on Sorcery cover)

Popular Computing Weekly 85 V4#51

HiSoft DevPac and StarStrike 3D covers

Popular Computing Weekly 86 V5#2

Raid and King of the Castle covers

Popular Computing Weekly 86 V5#3

Airwolf and HiSoft Pascal covers

Popular Computing Weekly 86 V5#4

Race Ace and Spectrum Basic Converter covers

Popular Computing Weekly 86 V5#5

can't recognize both covers

Popular Computing Weekly 85 V5#6

Frank Bruno's Boxing and Machine code for beginners covers
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Re: Allsorts of interesting finds
« Reply #186 on: 2022.March.08. 22:38:36 »
Popular Computing Weekly 86 V5#5
can't recognize both covers

I think the cassette cover on the left is possibly "The Artist" by Loricels, which is mentioned in IEUG's Private Enterprise Magazine Issue 3, but I don't think it was ever released.

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Re: Allsorts of interesting finds
« Reply #187 on: 2022.March.09. 08:13:57 »
I can read "THE ARTIST", but I can't figure out the word under it, on the colour band that usually defines the type of program on the official cassette inlays. On the picture I hardly can see a painter with a brush on his hand, pulling rainbow streams around himself out of a paint can.



But, if it is a paint program, the name reminds me to the same title on the Spectrum, created by Bo Ingeborg, Sweden. He was also creator of the famed Fairlight isometric game.

He later(2008) was hired to write a paint program for the Sam Coupe.
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Re: Allsorts of interesting finds
« Reply #188 on: 2022.March.09. 09:57:08 »
From this picture i do not see either, but from Slashnet's pasted picture or from the magazine, i could imagine there Graphics, and i also saw as Artist, just could not recognize the THE :-D

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Re: Allsorts of interesting finds
« Reply #189 on: 2022.March.09. 10:08:47 »
There are also some never released covers.

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« Reply #190 on: 2022.March.09. 10:15:25 »

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Re: Allsorts of interesting finds
« Reply #191 on: 2022.March.09. 10:30:54 »
My collection of early or never released covers:
Nice collection!

Do you have also Google drive folder with all of interesting finds what you found? For more easy download all :oops:

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Re: Allsorts of interesting finds
« Reply #192 on: 2022.March.09. 11:01:48 »
Nice collection!

Do you have also Google drive folder with all of interesting finds what you found? For more easy download all :oops:

Right now, along with every clipping, I keep an entire magazine (20-400 MB), even if the Enterprise is only mentioned in passing (or there is an adverts about EP sale from ordinary users).
So it's not going to be that easy. Right now the folder on my computer with the magazines I found is ≈35GB. :smt048
It is also still not fully synced with your article collection.

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Re: Allsorts of interesting finds
« Reply #194 on: 2022.March.12. 14:22:14 »
Computer Mánia 1991/3-4 (HUN)

https://archive.org/details/computer-mania-1991-3-4/page/32/mode/2up?q=enterprise

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UPD: It turned out that I had found this magazine before, but for some reason I had not marked it as processed.


Computer Mánia 1991/5 (HUN)

http://c64.rulez.org/pub/c64.hu/Konyvek/c/Computer_mania%5bnemazoty%5d/CM199105.pdf#page=32

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