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VideoGames & Computer Entertainment Issue 24

ISSUE: 24Content


  • Nintendo Entertainment System
  • Nintendo Game Boy
  • Sega Genesis
  • Atari ST
  • IBM PC
  • Amiga
  • Apple II
  • Macintosh
  • Commodore 64
  • NEC TurboGrafx-16
  • Arcade

FEATURES (Contents page excerpts)

New Features!

Crash And Boom by Maxine Naylor and Cathy Dunn
VG&CE presents the first in a continuing series that follows the adventures of vidkid Crash and his pixel partner, Boom.

Fandango by Arnie Katz
Arnie has covered the burgeoning fanzine market in his Inside Gaming columns, but now VG&CE devotes space each month to these budding editors and their homemade efforts. (Reviews of Tech Trek #1, Sega Scope #3, The Hard Rock Arcade #1, and Arena #1.)


Bonk Awards Results!
VG&CE not only announces the "winners" of the infamous Bonk Awards, but also the three lucky readers who managed to snatch TurboGrafx-16 products in our contest.

Mario In Four-Color Land by Howard H. Wen
Valiant Comics has launched a series of comic books based on Nintendo characters. Our reporter gives us some background information on how they came to be.

Playing The Legends: Living The Heroic Life by Joyce Worley
Mythology plays a strong role in our society, but what effect does it have on our electronic games? Get an in-depth look at the latest "legendary" software.

Looking For The Light: A Player's Guide To Final Fantasy by Clayton Walnum
This month, our RPG answer man gives practical advice for hleping you find the light of the orb and surviving Nintendo's latest epic adventure.

The Wonderful World Of Winter Sports by Bill Kunkel and Joyce Worley
Hockey and skiing are fun, but if you're not careful you can break your leg or lose a tooth. That's not the case with electronic athletics, so check into our computerized chalet for some excitement.


Video-Game Reviews

  • John Madden Football (Gen)
  • D.J. Boy (Gen)
  • Conquest of the Crystal Palace (NES)
  • Ultimate Basketball (NES)
  • MegaMan 3 (NES)
  • Strider (Gen)
  • Sinistron (TG16)
  • Mickey Mouse in the Castle of Illusion (Gen)
  • Lakers vs. Celtics and the NBA Playoffs (Gen)
  • Super Star Soldier (TG16)
  • The Immortal (NES)
  • Magician (NES)
  • Orb 3-D (NES)
  • The California Raisins: The Grape Escape (NES)
  • Tricky Kick (TG16)
  • Atomic Robo-Kid (TG16)
  • Hatris (NES)
  • Veigues Tactical Gladiator (TG16)

Computer-Game Reviews

  • Armor Alley (PC/Mac)
  • Star Control (Amiga/PC)
  • Wings (Amiga/ST/PC)
  • Battles of Napoleon: A Construction Set (Apple II/C64/PC)
  • Guns & Butter (PC/Mac)
  • Infestation (Amiga/ST/PC)
  • Jack Nicklaus' Ultimate Golf and Course Design (Amiga/PC)
  • Pictionary (Amiga/PC)
  • The Plague (Amiga)
  • Hoyle's Book of Games, Volume 2: Solitaire (Amiga/ST/PC/Mac)

Computer-Game Strategies by Frank Tetro, Jr.
Prince of Persia (Amiga/PC) and Castlevania (Amiga/C64/PC) are on the slate for this month's strategy lesson.


Editor's Letter by Andy Eddy

Reader Mail

Tip Sheet by Donn Nauert

  • Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (NES)
  • Ghostbusters (Gen)
  • Ultima Exodus (NES)

News Bits compiled by Joyce Worley

  • VG&CE Readers Bonk Hussein
  • CD Update
  • Test Drive III Gets Extra Disks; Drivers Get Shades
  • Three-Sixty Harpoons New Version
  • Neo Geo Goes to Market
  • Books to Feature Video-Game Characters
  • MicroProse and Medalist Bundle Up for Holidays
  • "Go for the Gold Club" Revived
  • Living Walls for Aladdin's Castles
  • EA Giving Golf with PS/2 Computers
  • Top Coin-Ops of September 1990
  • Legend Added to Medalist Team
  • EA Helps Gamers "Save on Sony"
  • The Magic Candle Lights NES
  • Williams Gambles on Riverboat
  • Crimefighter Searches for Pirates
  • EA Sponsors Skateboard Competition
  • Sierra Turns to Europe
  • TurboGrafx-16 Fans Buy Big
  • Buck Rogers Gets Clues
  • Nintendo Fights Video-Game Rentals
  • Tengen Speaks Out for Rentals
  • Apple Introduces MacClassic, Others

Easter Egg Hunt

  • Castlevania III (NES)
  • S.C.I. (arcade)
  • Shadow Dancer (arcade)
  • Military Madness (TG16)
  • Willow (NES)
  • Super Monaco GamePro">GP (Gen)
  • G-Loc (arcade)
  • Cyberball (Gen)
  • Bubble Bobble (arcade)
  • Ninja Spirit (TG16)
  • Columns (Gen)

Yea & Nay

Gaming On The Go - New Toys on Game Boys by Maurice Molyneaux
(Portable game reviews.)

  • Ghostbusters II (GB)
  • The Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle (GB)
  • Shanghai (GB)
  • Gargoyle's Quest (GB)
  • Mercenary Force (GB)
  • Amazing Penguin (GB)
  • Revenge of the 'Gator (GB)

Game Doctor - Advice From the Silicon Sage by the Game Doctor

Inside Gaming - Is Gaming an International Language? by Arnie Katz
(Excerpt:) This time, he discusses the impact of imported software.

Advertiser Index

COVER (Contents page excerpt)

John Madden is a flamboyant figure in football, and now he's making an appearance, thanks to Electronic Arts, on the Sega Genesis. Turn to page 36 for the first peek at this hot cartridge. Cover Art: Alan Hunter


(This issue introduces two new departments (here promoted as new features) - Crash and Boom (comic strip) and Fandango (fanzine reviews). The recurring Computer Strategies feature is moved (with some permanence) into the Reviews section of the contents, for whatever reason. California Raisins is reviewed for NES, a game famous for never having been released in the states. Destination Arcadia is absent this issue, although some arcade tips appear in the Easter Egg department.)

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    Title: VideoGames & Computer Entertainment Issue 24
    Month: January
    Year: 1991
    Publisher: Larry Flynt Publications
    Editor: Andy Eddy
    Country: United States
    Language: English
    Votes: 5

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