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Commodore 64 Software
This brochure is not dated but believed to be from 1984

Commodore 64 Software (front)

Commodore 64 Software (inside cover)

...a fantastic array of ready to use software...

Commodore 64 Software

Programming Aids & Computer Languages

Assembler, Pilot, Logo

Commodore 64 Software

Programming Aids & Computer Languages con't

PET Emulator, Screen Editor, CPM 2.2, Super Expander

Commodore 64 Software

Business Software

Magic Desk 1, Easy Calc, The Manager, Easy Script, Easy Mail, Easy Spell, Word/Name Machine

Commodore 64 Software

Games and Recreation

Zork, Zork II, Zork III, Deadline, Starcross, Suspended

Commodore 64 Software

Games and Recreation con't

Jupiter Lander, Kickman, Seawolf, Speed/Bingo Math, Radar Rat Race, Clowns

Commodore 64 Software

Games and Recreation con't

Visible Solar System, Tooth Invaders, Lazarian, Omega Race, Lemans, Pinball Spectacular

Commodore 64 Software

Art & Software

Introduction to BASIC: Part 1, Gortek and the Microchips, EasyLesson 64 and EasyQuiz 64, Music Machine, Music Composer

Commodore 64 Software

Public Domain Software

Business 1, English 1 through 8, Mathematics 1 through 8, Geography 1

Commodore 64 Software

Public Domain Software con't

Computer Science 1, Technology 1, Games 1, 2 & 3, Science 1 through 4, History 1

Commodore 64 Software (back cover)

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