CPC Forever (Ireland)

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This article is about the Irish fanzine. For details of the German fanzine of the same name, see CPC Forever.

CPC Forever was the successor to Amstrad Fun, edited by Keith Woods. It was an A4 paper publication, laid out on a 16-bit system, of which only two issues were ever produced (circa 1994). Contributors included TIC. As was the climate at the time, it included frequent invective directed towards the British CPC scene.