Personal Computer Games (November 1984)
Personal Computer Games is a computer games magazine that was published in the U.K. in the early to mid 1980s. It covered the popular 8-bit computers of the time including the Commodore 64, VIC-20, BBC, Spectrum and others. The November 1984 issue includes:
- Get your pyjamas on for this dream-of-a-Game-of-the-Month
- You're on to a good bet with this type-in racing.
- Suicide Express, Storm Warrior, Trillie Wallie - three sizzling new hits.
- Win a copy of the September PCG hit Hercules.
- It's here - the unbelievably huge new game from Acornsoft.
- At last! A frenetic two-player platform game - it's a corker.
- Lots of new games, and an entertaining hit from Hesware.
Games For A Year
- No less than 25 people are going to pick up a juicy stack of programs.
- Your chance to win a space-age controller from Coleco.
Maggie v Ronnie
- Eavesdrop on a row over whose games are the best.
- Notice Board - Our letter to you and a selection of the silly snippets you send to us.
- Buzz - The latest games news including prospects for the new Commodore machines. Whispering Horace's gossip and the nation's most informative charts.
- Byte-Back - Your chance to get your teeth into us. This month's collection includes plenty of feedback on our Great Micro Debate.
- Competition - Up for grabs this month are Coleco joysticks, copies of Hercules, and to win games for a year.
- Screen Test - Our panelists work their way through a large pile of superb new releases. Detailed ratings, screenshots, PCG hits and our prestigious Game-of-the-Month.
- Program Library - This month we feature a Spectrum listing with fine graphics - bit your nails as the horses race.
- Tricks 'N Tactics - Playing tips on a score of games including Match Point, The Lords of Midnight, Jet Set Willy, Sabre Wulf and International Soccer.