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Games for Windows

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  1. Games for Windows Issue 01 (December 2006)

    I won't be uploading them here since the scans at RM are perfectly fine, but if anyone's interested, you can also download my scans of issues 2 and 3 here, which are of comparable quality to this one:
    Games for Windows Issue 02
    Games for Windows Issue 03
    Again, the scans already here are good, but you may find certain aspects of mine preferable (or not).  They're higher resolution and in my opinion images joined across facing pages have been edited together more carefully.  But if such things aren't important to you, there's no real need to replace your existing copies.  I'm simply scanning the entire series (apart from #5 and #6, which I don't own), so they should all have a uniform quality.
     
     
    *and apologies for any drama queen posturing in any previous posts concerning this issue which were made while in the delirium of a COVID infection.

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  2. Games for Windows Issue 02 (January 2007)

    Games for Windows Issue 02 (January 2007)

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  3. Games for Windows Issue 03 (February 2007)

    Games for Windows Issue 03 (February 2007)

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  4. Games for Windows Issue 04 (March 2007)

    So many spreads.  And foldouts.  Whoever invented foldout pages needs a slap.
    This file has been edited and formatted to be viewed as a CBR using a dedicated CBR reader.  If you're using a PDF reader, such as Sumatra, it may not display correctly.

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  5. Games for Windows Issue 06 (May 2007)

    Games for Windows Issue 06 (May 2007)

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  6. Games for Windows Issue 07 (June 2007)

    This file is ALREADY available at my Internet Archive account, so there's no need to upload it there again.

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  7. Games for Windows Issue 08 (July 2007)

    Hey DOOMGUY2000.  I already uploaded this to the Internet Archive weeks ago.  Nya nya nya nya nyaaaa naaaaa!!  Too slow!
    😂 (He'll still upload it again. He can't help it, some people are just simple.)
    As for the rest of you, here's the latest issue of Computer Gaming World 2.0, complete with its Microsoft-purchased generic new title and Microsoft-purchased advertising section designed to look like articles (but thankfully (legally) labeled "special advertising section.")  Skip that part unless you're a complete tool like DOOMGUY2000

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  8. Games for Windows Issue 09 (August 2007)

    63 out of 104 pages had visual elements crossing from one page to the next.  So basically 60% of the mag had to be edited together as joins, then spilt back apart into separate pages.  Pain in the @$$ for me, but good for anyone who likes to read their mags in two-page view mode.
    Also, a reminder that "Retromags recommended" Sumatra is one of the WORST choices of CBR reader you could be using (it's not really a CBR reader at all, it's a PDF reader that can open CBRs), so if you're using it, please be aware that some pages will not be displayed as they were intended.

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  9. Games for Windows Issue 10 (September 2007)

    As always, this file was edited to be read by a CBR reader.  PDF readers such as Sumatra will not display facing pages correctly when viewing in two-page/book mode.

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  10. Games for Windows Issue 12 (November 2007)

    Games for Windows Issue 12 (November 2007)

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  11. Games for Windows Issue 15 (February 2008)

    Games for Windows Issue 15 (February 2008)

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