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Point of View #4   [1991]

Point of View #4 Released by :
Point of View Staff

Release Date :
January 1991

Type :
C64 Diskmag

Videosystem: PAL fixed
Properties: Import

Point of View #4 [import]

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (8 left)

Credits :
Code .... Warlord
  Wizard of Odd
Music .... Nightbreed of Actual Trading Generation
  No-XS of Delta Projects, Sense Designs
  Sequencer of Anubis, Lords
Graphics .... Gnu of The Ancient Temple
  Nightbreed of Actual Trading Generation
  Thunder of Hitmen, Oxyron, Vision
Text .... Necromancer
Import .... Effy of The Guardian Angels
Charset .... Necromancer
PAL-Fix .... Alf of Warriors of the Wasteland
Interviewed .... Roy of Coococ Magazine Staff, Dynamix

SIDs used in this release :
8bit Crap(/MUSICIANS/S/Sequencer/8bit_Crap.sid)
Bart's Theme(/MUSICIANS/S/Sequencer/Barts_Theme.sid)
Mr. Seagull's Voyage(/MUSICIANS/S/Sequencer/Mr_Seagulls_Voyage.sid)
Point of View(/MUSICIANS/S/Sequencer/Point_of_View.sid)
Road Race 2000(/MUSICIANS/S/Sequencer/Road_Race_2000.sid)
Solar Power(/MUSICIANS/S/Sequencer/Solar_Power.sid)
The Dream Phase(/MUSICIANS/S/Sequencer/Dream_Phase.sid)

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User Comment
Submitted by Fred on 9 September 2016
Since Point of View #3 is called the "Christmas! Issue" which was released in 1990, I therefore set Issue #4 to January 1991 because that one is released a month later.
User Comment
Submitted by Fred on 9 September 2016
In "Hot Gossip" the event Silicon Limited + Ruthless Party 1990 is mentioned which was held on 22 - 23 December 1990. I can't find any proof that this disk magazine is released in 1990. It might be released in 1991.

Does anyone know the exact release year and month?
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