Commodore Zone Issue #$08

Issue 8 of Commodore Zone contains more C64 info than you can shake a (very large) stick at ... In this issue we talk to Rob 'Mantronix' Whitaker about the art of painting with light on the '64 (drawing bitmaps in other words), the latest demo from Reflex and the 'Ultimate Martin Galway Music Collection' are reviewed in the PD Zone, 1985 is spotlighted in Simon Hillams 'History Of The C64' feature and there's coding capers aplenty with the return of our highly popular 'Hex Files' coding course. Cover versions of C64 tunes (produced on the C64!) are reviewed in the 'Covenant & The Sword' music article and this issue also features game reviews, a massive 7 pages of games tips, the charts, a special feature on the current state of the C64 scene and there's quite literally explosive action from the Genetic Ninja + More!! This issue contains 48 pages in total.

Who is it? by Mantronix

Covermount Contents
The jam-packed covermount contains the brill 'Kindergarten Kids' game by Simon Hillam (with music by Waz), Squidgy fun with 'Squibblies' by Richard Bayliss and the ever popular 'Stars & Rings 3' by Peter Staaks. There's also two demos which feature cool bitmaps by Rob Whitaker, the astounding 'Light Cycles' demo by Kinetic Design, an unbelievable 81 minutes of music in the 'Quadraped Tearaways 3' demo by Waz and there's also a remix of the digi title theme from the amazing 'Access Denied' Demo by Reflex. The covermount also contains a playable demo of the awesome new Kernal game 'Savage Platforms', along with demos from Focus, XESS, Hackersoft + more!

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