WTD: Sinclair Programs July 1985 & joystick interface

ZX80 / ZX81 hardware and software requested for either sale or swapping
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system11
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WTD: Sinclair Programs July 1985 & joystick interface

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Hi all, does anyone have the July 1985 issue of Sinclair Programs that they'd consider selling or trading (I have loads of spares of other issues)?

Also on ebay a while ago I saw an unusual joystick interface, it seemed to be a jumper board really where stick directions would be connected to different key inputs. I haven't been able to find another and wasn't able to bid at the time, would love to find one.

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Definitely the AGF! Thanks I couldn't remember the name earlier but it was definitely that. I'm assuming the Comcon one is for the Spectrum only?

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Here is a link to the Sinclair Programs item you wanted. Archive.org hold copies of nearly every computer magazine issued.

https://archive.org/search.php?query=si ... 20programs

Click on the July 85 issue and it will load, scroll down and on right hand side it shows download options. Choose PDF

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Thanks but I'm trying to finish my physical collection. When I was growing up it was my favourite magazine as the ZX81 was my first computer (everyone else had Spectrums but we weren't as fortunate) and it's not like you could go to many shops to buy ZX81 games. I'm quite attached to them and books like 34 Great Games. I'm just missing that one issue now!

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