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    COMPUTE!'s Gazette
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    It was a magazine published in the '80s for Commodore computer users. I subscribed for years. A bygone era when most computer users/owners were interested in programming.

    Here, you can click on the cover of any issue and then flip through page-by-page.

    https://archive.org/details/compute-...ge=1&sort=date

    What really gets my nostalgia motor running is the ads. Stuff I haven't thought about in a long, long time.
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    Yeah, pretty awesome...the '90s video game magazines get my brain going.


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    Quote Originally Posted by NorBro View Post
    Yeah, pretty awesome...the '90s video game magazines get my brain going.
    Going farther back, to the 80's... I wish I still had my issue #1 of Nintendo Fun Club News, the forerunner of Nintendo Power. I remember being home from school, because it was a snow day and my Dad went out to get the mail and came back in with it. I think they sent it to everyone that had a Nintendo, back then. It was more or less just a glorified newsletter in the beginning that was sent out for free. There are probably later issues of Nintendo Power in boxes at my Mom's, somewhere, but unfortunately that one was probably lost to time decades ago.


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