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* '''Graphics Display I''' was originally 6128 only but the version included has been changed so should work on 464/664/6128.
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* '''Graphics Display I''' was originally 6128 only; the original version is saved as "Graphic6.bas" and a version that should work on 464/664 called "Graphics.bas" is included.
  
 
* '''Space Hockey''' was the final type in, however this was revealed to be a rip-off of AA42's Space Hockey Type in as the original author David Hay wrote in to AA the following month, therefore the type in is not included on this page.
 
* '''Space Hockey''' was the final type in, however this was revealed to be a rip-off of AA42's Space Hockey Type in as the original author David Hay wrote in to AA the following month, therefore the type in is not included on this page.

Latest revision as of 15:00, 19 September 2016

The following listings were published in the February 1991 issue of Amstrad Action:

Type-Ins

  • Ladders (Isabelle Chamot) NB 6128 only
  • Disc Archiver (Andy Price)
  • Graphics Display I (Edward Major) NB 6128 only
  • Function (Gary Cousins)

Notes

  • Function defines several functions onto shortcut keys:

[CTRL]+[COPY] Dumps screen to printer [SHIFT] Stops dump . Lists current program to printer 0 Swap to mode 0 1 Swap to mode 1 2 Swap to mode 2 3 Clears variables, resets data 4 Saves current screen to tape 5 Loads screen from tape 6 Lists current program to screen 7 Copies current screen to memory 8 Replaces copied screen 9 Runs current program

  • Graphics Display I was originally 6128 only; the original version is saved as "Graphic6.bas" and a version that should work on 464/664 called "Graphics.bas" is included.
  • Space Hockey was the final type in, however this was revealed to be a rip-off of AA42's Space Hockey Type in as the original author David Hay wrote in to AA the following month, therefore the type in is not included on this page.

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