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Personal Computer Games Magazine (Summer 1983 - February 1985)


Personal Computer Games (PCG) was a short-lived but popular multi-format magazine, edited by Chris Anderson (who went on to found Future Publishing and, later, the TED conferences). It carried reviews for almost all of the 8-bit micros of the early 80's, along with industry news, gossip and in-depth features. It was pulled by publisher VNU with no warning in February 1985.


Instant Download | Issues 1-15 (Complete PDF Set)

Personal Computer Games Magazine, Issues 1-15

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