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Based on the old Avalon Hill board games which were just begging to be com- puterized, these games replace multi- sided dice and complex tables with the in- credible speed of the computer.Those little critters are tough to zap, being small and fast. At the end of the game you're given a final rating from "Total Dud" through "Terminator" to the ulti- mate Blaster. Otherwise, the inufacturers, being in this game for the money, would support our machines. When you see a game you like, buy it, rather than simply borrow it from a fel- low user. The resulting games are much easier to learn, much easier to play and much more en- joyable and accessible to the general public But whether the battle rages on a mo- nitor, or on a table-top board, play progresses through a number of phases and stages in which you typically issue commands to your trooops and then ob- serve the results.For more information, contact ANALOG Computing at (213) 858-7100, ext. When you folks said distribution under the new owners would improve, you weren't kid- ding. He's been tearing up Grandpa's property; a tough critter to zap for bonus points. But three bits will only hold a value be- tween and 7. .119.00 Avatex 1200 HC 89.99 2400 179.00 Supra 2400 Baud XL, XE 169.00 2400 Baud ST 169.00 2400 Baud (no software) 149.00 MONITORS Magnavox CM8505 14" Composite 199.00 ST HARDWARE ATARI SM1224 RGB *_-_ COLOR MONITOR 9 Includes: 520 ST FM with 3V2" drive built-in, mouse, power supply and 1224 color monitor. .23.99 Sublogic Flight Simulator II 32.99 Timeworks Swiftcalc/Wordwriter (ea.) 46.99 Partner ST 37.99 Print Master Phis ¥ " .. But be- fore we dive into battle, I have a little bad news.I've always had a hard time find- ing the magazine, and had to keep checking the local B. It's go- ing to be great to be able to buy my favorite Atari magazine so close to home. — Richard Hall Watertown, NY Yep, we're very serious about improving our distribution, as well as improving subscription and customer support. At the end of each round, if your shoot- ing percentage is high enough, you pro- ceed to the bonus round. ) enough to toss spinning bottles into the air, for additional shoot- ing practice. In order to get nine colors, we need to store a value between and 8 Alas, that means we have to use four bits and just not use some of the possible values (9 through 15). 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