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VideoGames & Computer Entertainment Issue 10

ISSUE: 10Content

Features:

  • Letter From the Editor (Andy Eddy dishes excitement about the Konix Multi-System)
  • Reader Mail (What it says on the label)
  • News Bits (Breaking stories from around the globe)
  • The Konix Multi-System Game Console (A look at the third-party console from Wales that might have changed everything...if it didn't fail so spectacularly)
  • The VG&CE Directory of Game Companies (Addresses and phone numbers for software developers)
  • Spooky Software (Bill Kunkel and Joyce Worley can't get enough of their creepy games!)
  • Pawns of the Computer (Looking at the current crop of Chess games, including Sargon IV, Battle Chess, Chessmaster 2100, and Distant Armies)
  • From Cartoon to Computer (Bill Kunkel looks at Hanna-Barbera PC games: Flintstones, Jetsons, Johnny Quest and Scooby-Doo)
  • Inside Gaming (Arnie Katz answers the question: Where do those game ideas come from?)
  • Question & Answer (The Game Doctor treats readers' software and hardware quandaries)


Easter Egg Hunt (Tips and cheats from readers):

  • Ninja Gaiden (NES)
  • Vigilante (SMS)
  • Commando (NES)
  • Bump 'n' Jump (NES)
  • Kid Nikki (NES)
  • Super Mario Bros. 2 (NES)
  • R-Type (SMS)
  • Ikari Warriors (NES)
  • Arkanoid (NES)
  • Bases Loaded (NES)
  • Side Pocket (NES)



Reviews:

  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (NES)
  • Baseball Stars (NES)
  • Friday the 13th (NES)
  • Taboo: The Sixth Sense (NES)
  • Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde (NES)
  • Lord of the Sword (SMS)
  • Ninja Gaiden (NES)
  • Knight Rider (NES)
  • BattleTech: The Crescent Hawk's Inception (PC)
  • SimCity (PC/Mac/Amiga/C64)
  • Speedball (PC/Amiga/ST/C64)
  • Sentinel Worlds I (PC/C64)
  • Titan (PC/Amiga/Mac/C64/ST)
  • Devon Aire in the Hidden Diamond Caper (PC/Apple/ST/C64)
  • Battlehawks 1942 (PC/Amiga/ST)
  • OmniPlay Horse Racing (PC/Amiga)


Strategy Guides:

  • Marble Madness (NES)
  • Mega Man II (NES)
  • Legendary Axe (TG16)
  • Combat Course (Amiga/ST/C64/PC)
  • War in Middle Earth (Apple IIGS/Amiga/ST/PC)
  • Shufflepuck Cafe (Mac)
  • Renegade (Apple/IIGS/ST/C64/PC)



Noteworthy Stuff:

  • 16-year old Chris Slate from Archdale, NC writes in to compliment them on their magazine. Yeah, Chris Slate. As in, Former PSM editor Chris Slate. Former Nintendo Power editor Chris Slate. Former Game Players editor Chris Slate. Know your history.
  • The American Museum of Moving Image still exists: http://www.movingimage.us/
  • Christie Hewlett is uncommonly kind in her review of Friday the 13th.
  • Also, that's Crissy's life meter but Mark's dead body in that Friday the 13th screenshot. WTF?
  • Reviewer Howard Wen likens Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde (NES) to a walk in the park. Did you even play the game, dude?
  • Ad for the horror-themed game Zombies: Undead or Alive! for the PC appears in this mag, but did it ever get published? There's zilch for information on what looks like a fun 'Night of the Living Dead'-style title. 😞


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    Title: VideoGames & Computer Entertainment Issue 10
    Month: November
    Year: 1989
    Publisher: Larry Flynt Publications
    Editor: Andy Eddy
    Pages: 164
    Price: $2.95 Canada $3.95
    Country: United States
    Language: English
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