Issue One - June 21, 1999

OPI: 330


    Hello Spec-chums!

    Welcome to the first issue of a new on-line magazine dedicated to all things Spectrum. Updated monthly, it may not be as up-to-date as other sites, and it may not be as comprehensive on some issues. There may be access problems due to slow servers and poor connections. There are development problems thanks to lack of time and technical restrictions. And it seems a little pointless to review games that are more than a decade old. But (but! But!) it is reasonably entertaining, there are some nice pictures and things, and we can at least give you some idea of what's going on. I hope you enjoy what we've provided. If you have any suggestions, do e-mail us with them. (I like reading e-mail.)

    Nathan Cross


e-mail: nathan_c@ys3.connectfree.co.uk
e-mail: jon_h@ys3.connectfree.co.uk



CONTENTS
Regulars

Pssst!
Joystick Jugglers
Top 101 Things To Do While Waiting For Your Speccy
Letters
Features

It's a Wonderful Speccy - Erm... There's no real way to classify this. Short story?
Reviews

Ant Attack
Bubble Bobble
Double Dragon 3
Pang
Prince of Persia
Robocop
News

Nothing's happened. Sorry.
Links

If you liked YS3, you'll probably like these sites too...

The comp.sys.sinclair Newsgroup
Hack Attack III
Congraturations
World of Spectrum
Credits

Text by Jon Hyde and Nathan Cross
Original Graphics by Nathan Cross
Liquid Refreshment by The Coca Cola Company
Scooby Doo graphics located by Jim Maggs
Moral Support by Gerard Sweeney and Scribbler
Arachnophilia HTML Editor by Paul Lutus
Sunflowers by Van Gogh




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YS3 is not associated with Future Publishing, Dennis Publishing, Your Sinclair, or indeed anyone. Site contents copyright 1999 Nathan Cross. All rights reserved.
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Does anyone actually read this legalese anyway? Probably not. I don't know why I'm bothering really.