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Miscellaneous News   Miscellaneous News : Old computer and videogames magazine scans
   posted by speccyclive on 12-Oct-2007 20:46:01 (1779 reads)
Hi all, i work hard for this

Web : http://www.old-computer-mags.com/
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Old Computer Mags is a free scans collection of old computer and videogames magazine from Speccyclive team.
This magazine is released under a publisher permission .


    

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Re: Old computer and videogames magazine scans
Posted on 18-Oct-2007 6:37:06
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Good work!
Good quality!
Really cool!!!

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Magic 
Re: Old computer and videogames magazine scans
Posted on 18-Oct-2007 7:23:32
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Isn`t there another site that has this allready?


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Re: Old computer and videogames magazine scans
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Cool old mags and good scan quality. Well done!!!


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Re: Old computer and videogames magazine scans
Posted on 18-Oct-2007 11:33:04
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Sweat! Nice job.


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Re: Old computer and videogames magazine scans
Posted on 18-Oct-2007 17:50:59
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If you are after Amiga Mag scans this is the site, its brilliant

http://amr.abime.net/


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Re: Old computer and videogames magazine scans
Posted on 19-Oct-2007 0:08:09
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Great site !

Well done ! I have been looking for something similar for MSX magazines.


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