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Spanish Disczines
« on: 18:37, 20 January 21 »
So far for my YouTube channel I've recorded Disczines from the UK, Germany, France and Greece.


So were there any from Spain?


 ;D Or were you guys too busy playing games from Dinamic and Opera Soft? ;D
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Re: Spanish Disczines
« Reply #1 on: 22:41, 20 January 21 »
It‘s just because there are no disczines on tape.  8)

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Re: Spanish Disczines
« Reply #2 on: 23:59, 20 January 21 »
The 6128 didn't sell well in Spain?

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Re: Spanish Disczines
« Reply #3 on: 00:21, 21 January 21 »
The 6128 didn't sell well in Spain?
The 6128 is not uncommon here, so I guess it sold in the same proportion to the 464 as in the UK.

Regarding the spanish diskzines, I believe the problem is that they are lost. Here is the only issue I have been able to find. And here you can read (in castellano) an old post by one guy who was part of the CPC scene at that time.

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Re: Spanish Disczines
« Reply #4 on: 00:41, 21 January 21 »
Well, I took the difficult approach to the problem (I just tried to find out where we have discussed this topic before) when there was an easier way: just look for "diskmag" in CPC-Power, and you will also find Hack Revue (three issues) and Softbusters (three issues too). Besides, you will also find some coverdisks of the spanish ACU, but it wasn't a genuine amateur production.

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Re: Spanish Disczines
« Reply #5 on: 08:06, 21 January 21 »
Thank you @deepfb  :)


I'll have a look thru these and will get a video out in a few days.