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''No listings published in this issue''
== '''AA 002 - November 1985''' ==
''No listings published in this issue''
== '''AA 003 - December 1985''' ==
* [[Media:AA_003_-_Listings.zip|Disk Image]] - instructions and screenshots are also included
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== '''AA 004 - Christmas 1985''' ==
* User Defined Graphics (David Muir)
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== '''AA 005 - February 1986''' ==
* Music Composer (Simon Selway)
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== '''AA 006 - March 1986''' ==
* Amstrad Drumkit (John Keneally)
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== '''AA 007 - April 1986''' ==
* Codebreaker (Paul Taylor) - a modification was also provided for users of green screen monitors
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== '''AA 008 - May 1986''' ==
* Conveyor Belt (Roger Wilson)
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== '''AA 009 - June 1986''' ==
* Drumkit Revisited (Peter Newman) - a modification to ''Amstrad Drumkit'' that allows each sound channel to be reset
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== '''AA 010 - July 1986''' ==
* Speed 3K (Chris Rollo)
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== '''AA 011 - August 1986''' ==
* Bouncers (Justin Hedden)
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== '''AA 012 - September 1986''' ==
* Letter Puzzler (Simon Watson)
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== '''AA 013 - October 1986''' ==
* GIGO (John C. Ablett)
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== '''AA 014 - November 1986''' ==
* Poster Maker (Peter Doel)
''Amstrad Action'' neglected to mention that ''Simon'' only works on CPC664 and CPC6128 machines, due to its use of commands that are only available in BASIC 1.1. This was noted in the [[Amstrad Action, Issue 15, Dec 1986|December 1986]] issue (#15), and they offered "apologies to any frustrated 464 users." A reply to a letter from a reader that was published in the [[Amstrad Action, Issue 16, Jan 1987|Christmas 1986]] issue (#16) also stated that the type-in only works on CPC664 and CPC6128 machines.
 
''Simon'' also contains a minor bug; when entering the playing speed, you must enter <tt>F</tt> or <tt>S</tt> in upper case. The program does not accept lower case letters. ''Amstrad Action'' did not print a correction in any subsequent issues.
 
The Problem Attic section of this issue contains a feature on vertical and horizontal hardware scrolling, which includes several example type-ins.
=== Download ===
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== '''AA 015 - December 1986''' ==
From this issue, the Type-Ins section was expanded to five pages, allowing many more type-ins to be published in each issue. A new typesetting process was also used in order to make them easier for users to enter correctly.
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== '''AA 016 - Christmas 1987''' ==
* Fast BASIC Double-Height (Chris Boothman)
* Screen Squash (Simon Solway)
== '''AA 017 - February 1987''' ==
* [[Media:AA_017_-_Listings.zip|Disk Image]]
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== '''AA 018''' ==
== '''AA 019''' ==
== '''AA 020''' ==
== '''AA 021''' ==
== '''AA 022''' ==
== '''AA 023''' ==
== '''AA 024''' ==
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