CPC Undercover

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CPC Undercover was an A5 fanzine which ran from Sep/Oct 1993 to Jul/Aug 1994, dedicated to the Amstrad CPC range of computers.

It spanned six issues in all and was edited by David Crookes who wrote the Further Reading column in Amstrad Action.

The fanzine was a general mix of reviews and features about both the serious and fun side of CPC computing.

It also had strong links with WACCI thanks to a cross-promotion deal struck with the then editor Paul Dwerryhouse.

Top contributors included Amstrad Action's Angela Cook and Sheepsoft's Paul Fairman.