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    The oldest mag you have

    what is the oldest mag you have?

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    I have the Amiga Format from May 1991

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    I have the Atari ST user from 1987, dont remember the month
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    Great idea for a thread!

    Without going around my parents (which I use as a free storage place) and looking, I'll try and dig into the depths of my memory....

    ..erm..darkness...right...oh yeah!

    Oldest would be a Sinclair User. Had a full collection of these but gave them away when I got my Atari ST. At that age, you're not bothered about hoarding stuff, that mental illness comes on with age! One however survived the culling - it has a pixelated Tarzan swinging through the jungle on the front cover with a yellow background!

    Erm, next oldest will be issue 1 of the Games Machine. I have a few issue 1's from various mags, but this one is the oldest I think. Bought it at an Airport with my parents to read on the plane. It was our very first holiday abroad and the memory is still vivid. I can even picture the front cover. I remember listing the games I wanted for the ST when I got back from our hols. Those were the days.

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    Amiga wise probably this one I've just found. ST/Amiga Format issue 1 July 88


    I've also some Atari users from may 85 onwards and some Dragon mags too
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    Wow! Issue 1 of ST/Amiga Format. Nice. I've only got it from issue 8.

    As for the earliest magazine I own. That is a difficult one. I think it could be a PC World magazine from 1984, featuring the Amstrad CPC 464.

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    I've got an early issue of Amiga Computing (issue 3 I think) from about the same time as that ST/Amiga Format issue.

    I also own the first issue of Amiga Format from August 1989
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    Mine is January 1991 Amiga Format.

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    I think mine is a number of CVG, I believe released in 1991
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    I think mines an MSX Computing from about 1985 which included a Basic programme called DANI-Dynamic Aritificial Non Intelligence. And there is a version of it for the PC.
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    I dumped all of my magazines :-( I only collect Retrogamer and the german Retro magazin, nothing else, as it takes too much place to store later.

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    I found a Practical Motering form June 1968 up in the loft the other day does that count?
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