martyg wrote:Thanks to everyone who enjoyed the Atari Inc. feature, it was a pleasure writing it - though hard to sum up everything in 6 pages. Make sure and read part 2 next month which covers Jack Tramiel's Atari Corporation.
Darran@Retro Gamer wrote:Glad to hear people have been enjoying (for the most part) the board game feature.
The plan was to initially devote a spread to each game (allowing for better detailed shots of the board)
Mayhem wrote:Tank Attack, Brian Clough's Football Fortunes, and (featured in my C64 collecting piece) Oil Barons spring to mind on the C64...
thevulture wrote:Not a footy fan, so missed the old Clough, but Oil Baron..colour me interested, newbie on me.Any good?.
Mayhem wrote:thevulture wrote:Not a footy fan, so missed the old Clough, but Oil Baron..colour me interested, newbie on me.Any good?.
If you've got enough people to make it worthwhile, and they are into that sort of thing. Like BCFF, you do all the stuff on the board, and then the computer calculates all the ins and outs of your decisions. When I bought my copy, the shipping was more than the cost of the game, it's a bit heavy!
RichL wrote:Guys / Girls / Not sures..
When is the next issue due with subs people? Cant remember and misplaced issues 93.
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