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  1. 110% Gaming

    110% Gaming is aimed at 8 to 12 year-old kids and focuses on multi-platform gaming and entertainment.
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  2. 360

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  7. 64 Solutions

    64 Solutions from Paragon Publishing was focused strictly on codes and strategies for Nintendo 64 games, complementing the publisher's other N64 magazine, "64 Magazine," which focused on news, previews, and reviews.
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  9. ACE

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  10. Acorn Computing

    Begun in March 1983 as BBC Micro User and renamed The Micro User in June 1983, which it remained until September 1992. In October 1992, the name was changed one final time to Acorn Computing, which continued until its cancellation in March 1995.
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  12. Acorn User

    Acorn User magazine was founded by Acorn Computers in 1982, contract-published by Addison-Wesley, to coincide with the launch of the BBC Micro. It covered the range of Acorn home computers, the BBC Micro and Atom at first and later the Electron, Archimedes and Risc PC. The first issue was dated July/August 1982. From the April 1984 issue, the magazine came under the control of Redwood Publishing. In 1989, the name changed to BBC Acorn User, reflecting the fact that the commercial arm of the BBC, BBC Enterprises, took control of Redwood to expand its publishing activities. The magazine lost the BBC branding when it was sold to Europress, publisher of rival title The Micro User, coinciding with its January 1994 issue.
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  52. Gamer

    Previously named 360 Gamer and then One Gamer. The issue numbers carried over from all versions.
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  55. Games Domain Offline

    Games Domain Offline was a monthly magazine published in the UK by Kaleidoscope Networks between 1999 and 200x. It was given away for free in shops.
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  56. Games International

    Games International was published by Foxray for 16 issues from 1988 to 1990. It initially covered only tabletop gaming, but by issue 9 included coverage of computer games as well. After its cancellation with the July 1990 issue, it was succeeded by Strategy Plus magazine, which shifted focus primarily to computer games, and with issue 11 was renamed Computer Games Strategy Plus.
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  61. GamePro (UK)

    GamePro was a monthly magazine published in the UK by IDG Media between 1995 and 1996.
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  63. GBX

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  65. Input

    Input was a weekly 52-issue partwork (a pre-planned series of releases in magazine format which, when completed, serve as a reference work on a given subject) published from 1984-1985 which focused on home computer programming.
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  66. Let's Compute!

    Let's Compute! covered a broad range of computers in the UK such as the BBC Micro, Electron, Archimedes, Amiga, C64/128, Spectrum, Atari ST, PC, and Amstrad CPC.
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  78. Minecraft Mayhem

    This title from Future PLC ran for 21 issues from 2016-2017 and was aimed at younger readers.
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  82. N64

    59
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  85. NGC

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  95. ONE Gamer

    This magazine is a continuation of 360 Gamer, which ran from issues 1-130. At issue 131, it was renamed One Gamer, until issue 141, at which point it was renamed Gamer. Each iteration of the magazine can be found under its respective title in our databases.
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  96. P2

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  119. PSW

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  120. PSX-Pro

    IDG Media published 3 issues under the title of "Sony Pro" before changing the title to "PSX-Pro" beginning with the Spring 1996 Game Guide Special and continuing until the 11th and final issue. (see Sony Pro for issues 1-3)
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  137. Sony Pro

    Sony Pro was published by IDG Media and covered the original PlayStation. Only 3 issues were published before the magazine's title was changed to "PSX-Pro." (see PSX-Pro for issues 4-11)
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  141. Strategy Plus

    Strategy Plus is the successor to Games International and was launched in October 1990. Ten issues were published before Strategy Plus was licensed to Chips & Bits Inc - a software mail-order business located in the USA - for distribution within the States. With issue 11, Strategy Plus began USA distribution and changed its name to Computer Games Strategy Plus (September 1991), and with issue 18, UK operations ceased entirely and Chips & Bits took over full production of the magazine. (For issue 11 onward, please see the Computer Games Strategy Plus section of our USA magazine gallery/database.)
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  145. Super Play

    Super Play was a British Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) magazine which ran from October 1992 to September 1996. Super Play covered in great detail the role-playing video game genre. Many of these games were never released officially in the UK or European games market, and therefore the magazine concentrated much effort in covering aspects of the American, and moreover the Japanese games markets.
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  150. The Micro User

    Launched in March 1983 as BBC Micro User, only 3 issues were published before the title was changed to The Micro User beginning with the June 1983 issue. In October 1992, the title was changed to Acorn Computing, which continued until its cancellation in March 1995.
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  153. Total 64

    Total 64 / Total N64
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  155. Total Game Boy

    This magazine had many different names over its lifespan. Total Games Guide to Game Boy Color - Issues 1-3. Total Game Boy Color - Issues 4-12. Total Game Boy - Issues 13-25. Total Advance - Issues 26-36
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  167. X360

    In October 2013 its original title, X360, was changed to X-ONE with issue 104.
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  168. XBM

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  172. Xbox: The Official Magazine

    Xbox: The Official Magazine (UK) began publication with issue 105, December 2013. Issues 1-104 were published under the title Xbox 360: The Official Xbox Magazine.
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