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Retro Gamer 6
Atari Worship
We look at Atari's 8-bit computers, plus Level 9 Computing, Revolution Software, coin-op conversions, Jet Set Willy remakes, joystick wagglers and Desert Island Disks. We also report from the JagFest UK event and there's a step-by-step guide to building your own arcade cabinet.

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WORLD OF ATARI
In 1979, Atari launched two computers that were to truly change computing history. The Atari 400, and its bigger brother the 800, came with features that other computer manufacturers could only dream about. We take an in-depth look at Atari's remarkable 8-bit computer range

THE NEXT LEVEL
Back in the mid-1980s, Level 9 Computing dominated the UK adventure game scene with epic titles like Dungeon Adventure, Snowball and The Price of Magik. The first part of our extensive history traces Level 9's formative years, from 1981 to 1986

BUILD YOUR OWN COIN-OP
Want to relive retro arcade machines as authentically as possible? Well there's no substitute for having a six-foot-tall arcade cabinet in the corner of the living room. Our step-by-step guide shows you how to build both an upright and cocktail cabinet

JET SET REVIVAL
Over 20 years after the release of the original Manic Miner, there are now well over 60 Manic Miner and Jet Set Willy clones for the Spectrum alone, all created by enthusiastic hackers. We take a look at how the Miner Willy revival came about

JOIN THE REVOLUTION
Revolution is the UK developer behind this issue's classic covermounted game, Beneath a Steel Sky, and the forever popular Broken Sword series. We speak to founding member Tony Warriner about Revolution's past, present and future

COIN-OP CONVERSIONS
In the first of a two-part feature, we look at a couple of classic Sega arcade games and see how the home conversions fared. We begin with two AM2-developed arcades - Hang On and Space Harrier...

OLYMPIC GOLD
With the 2004 Olympic Games looming, we thought it a fine time to trace the history of event-based sports games. Track & Field, Hyper Sports, Daley Thompson's Decathlon... we relive the sport of crippling yourself in the name of Olympic glory

...PLUS LOADS MORE!
There's all the usual news, reviews and letters, plus another instalment of Desert Island Disks and our report from this year's JagFest UK show. It's a Summer blockbuster alright...

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PCs
PC Utilities 65
Is your PC secure?
It's important to have up-to-date antivirus and firewall tools protecting your system, but these alone may not be enough to safeguard your system against the latest threats. We explore the dangers facing PC users - including rootkits, botnets and spyware - and provide the tools you need to keep your system protected.
Retro
Retro Gamer 18
Delivering high kicks to your head!
Yes we've said it before, but this surely has to be the best issue ever! Not only does the coverdisc contain the classic Last Ninja trilogy of games, but copies purchased from WHSmiths or this website (as well as all subs copies) will include a free 64-page Zzap!64 tribute magazine! To top it all, the issue itself is of an equally high standard, with features on the Atari Lynx, the Sega 32X, David Crane's Little Computer People, Ocean's Robocop and loads more.
Movies
The Lord of the Rings: trilogy poster magazine
Featuring a wealth of stunning pictures from the breathtaking Lord Of The Rings movie trilogy, this sumptuous poster magazine is a must for all fans of Tolkein's epic saga.

(The Lord Of The Rings and names of characters, items, events and places therein are trademarks of The Saul Zaentz Company d/b/a Tolkien Enterprises under license to New Line Productions, Inc.)
Games
TipStation Cheats and Codes 33
Grand Theft Auto San Andreas
Rule the streets with our Gangsta trippin' full walkthrough!
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