Sitenotice: 11/29/2018: The wiki is back. It turns out, some anti-virus product on my web server had an issue with the latest version of PHP. My server techs have resolved this issue, and things should be working again. During the investigation, I did restore to a backup from September. There is a chance that any changes done since then were lost, but I do not recall any edits. --OS-9 Al

8/30/2016: Massive re-work is being done on the InfoBox Templates. Read that page to keep up with the plan for that, and adding better keyword tags (categories) to all the pages. --OS-9 Al (talk) 15:28, 31 August 2016 (CDT)

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  • | format = Magazine ...2 || || [[:Category:Software Reviews|Software Reviews]], [[:Category:Games|Games]]
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  • | notes = Glossy cover staple bound magazine. Spectrogram was a monthly magazine that ran from June 1986 to June 1987 "for Color Computer users." Spectrogr
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  • | format = Magazine ...ormat. From now on, your favorite Color Computer magazine will look like a magazine. We hope you will find it easier to use and enjoy. Frankly, we're very prou
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  • | format = Magazine ...ar]] || [[JARB Software]] || Laser Star Game || 1 || || [[:Category:Games|Games]]
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  • ...ls/rainbowmagazine-1981-10/page/n13 See this article as it appeared in the magazine, in Archive.org] [[Category:Games Ads]]
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  • ...a program to amaze your friends and keep instant statistics on basketball games. Incidentally, future plans call for special issues on graphics, adventure games and on home and office business uses.
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  • ...ormat. From now on, your favorite Color Computer magazine will look like a magazine. We hope you will find it easier to use and enjoy. Frankly, we're very prou Inside, you'll find the usual collection of programs, hints, tips, games and other information devoted exclusively to the Color Computer that have c
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  • Chromasette isn't really a magazine in the traditional sense, but it is tremendous amount of fun and something ...you on a cassette tape with six or more programs every month, ranging from games to interesting fun things that will amuse and delight you.
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  • ...he Color Computer can help. around the house and my husband is really into games. [https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-11/page/n6 See Rainbow Magazine 1981-11 Pag 7, in archive.org]
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  • was also one of the few games by a non-Radio Shack company that was actually tutorial column called 'Charlie's Machine' for Rainbow magazine during the early
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  • ...ils/rainbowmagazine-1981-10/page/n8 See this article as it appeared in the magazine, in Archive.org] [[Category:Software Reviews]][[Category:Games]]
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  • There bust be a hundred "Hangman" games on the market, but [[ANTIMATED HANGMAN]] from [[Soft Sector Marketing]] is ...owmagazine-1981-12/page/n18 See this article as it appeared in the Rainbow Magazine 1981-12 Pag 19, in archive.org]
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  • *[http://www.cocoquest.com/ CoCo Quest] - Home of Mike Snyder's CoCo games. ...riends Disk Magazine] - A web version of back issues of "Coco Friends Disk Magazine"
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  • ...ve a tag for the publisher, like '''Falsoft'''. Thus, pages about "Rainbow Magazine" or books published by them would all show up under the Falsoft category ta ...y of "Company", then we tagged "Rainbow Magazine" with "Falsoft", "Rainbow Magazine" would show up as a Company, which is it not.
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  • ...on the fine work you are doing. I've been writing for quite a while for a magazine that truly is helpful and covers the Color Computer. I just received my first issue and think your magazine is great! Color Computer owners are finally getting some good quality progr
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  • ...ber of active games at the time) and so much for winning each of the three games. Usually, it’s a penny a point, quarter a box and a dollar a game. 6040 PRINT GP;TAB(10)"GAMES";TAB(22)PG
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  • ...lasses in college, the subject of computers and Fantasy Role-Playing (FRP) games came up when each student was asked to state his or her goals in learning t ...bowmagazine-1981-12/page/n5 See this article as it appeared in the Rainbow Magazine 1981-12 Pag 6, in archive.org]
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  • ...ils/rainbowmagazine-1981-10/page/n1 See this article as it appeared in the magazine, in Archive.org] *[http://www.colorcomputerarchive.com/coco/Cassettes/Games/Conflict%20%28Soft%20Sector%20Marketing%29.zip Download Cassete]
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  • * [[Arcade Games in Basic for the Color Computer]] [[Bruce Bell]] * [[TRS-80 Color Computer Fantastic Games]] ([[1984]]) [various authors]
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  • ...(page 44), you find Color Computer News listed, but not the Color Computer Magazine (listed on page 129). ...’s garden of good ideas. For this age group the manufacturer has its games stress "creative exploration." This is true for Grobot. You shoul
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