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==About Colour Personal Computing==
  
 
Colour Personal Computing is a fanzine dedicated to the Amstrad CPC, written by James Ford (Skunkfish).
 
Colour Personal Computing is a fanzine dedicated to the Amstrad CPC, written by James Ford (Skunkfish).
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Each issue is A5 sized and has a minimum of 32 pages, covering the latest news, game previews and reviews, interviews, hardware and much more.
 
Each issue is A5 sized and has a minimum of 32 pages, covering the latest news, game previews and reviews, interviews, hardware and much more.
  
The first issue of the fanzine is available in black and white but also had a limited run in colour to those who backed the kickstarter campaign. A Kickstarter campaign was launched on the 31st July to raise funds towards the print run of the first issue.
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The first issue of the fanzine is available in black and white but also had a limited run in colour to those who backed the Kickstarter campaign. A Kickstarter campaign was launched on the 31st July 2016 to raise funds towards the print run of the first issue.
  
The second issue is available in colour at http://www.cpcfanzine.com and the third issue is due to launch by the Summer of 2018.
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As of the second issue, the fanzine is printed in full colour. Each issue is available to purchase at http://www.cpcfanzine.com where Issue 1 is also available to read on-line for free. Further issues will be made available in this fashion, at least 6 months after their publishing date.
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The third issue, due out in July 2018 will include features on Hi-Tec Software and SymbOS vs. FutureOS, as well as reviews of the latest CPC releases.
  
 
[[Category:Fanzines]] [[Category:Papermag]]
 
[[Category:Fanzines]] [[Category:Papermag]]
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==Past Issues==
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image:Colour_Personal_Computing,_Issue_1_2018-05-30_15-10.jpg|Issue 1
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image:Colour_Personal_Computing,_Issue_2_2018-03-30_09-45.png|Issue 2
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Latest revision as of 10:36, 30 May 2018

Colour Personal Computing, Issue 2

About Colour Personal Computing

Colour Personal Computing is a fanzine dedicated to the Amstrad CPC, written by James Ford (Skunkfish).

Each issue is A5 sized and has a minimum of 32 pages, covering the latest news, game previews and reviews, interviews, hardware and much more.

The first issue of the fanzine is available in black and white but also had a limited run in colour to those who backed the Kickstarter campaign. A Kickstarter campaign was launched on the 31st July 2016 to raise funds towards the print run of the first issue.

As of the second issue, the fanzine is printed in full colour. Each issue is available to purchase at http://www.cpcfanzine.com where Issue 1 is also available to read on-line for free. Further issues will be made available in this fashion, at least 6 months after their publishing date.

The third issue, due out in July 2018 will include features on Hi-Tec Software and SymbOS vs. FutureOS, as well as reviews of the latest CPC releases.

Past Issues