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  • Issue 177 - Coverdisc:  On the disk - LXLE, OS/4 OpenLinux, Grml, OpenMedia Vault (Neil Bothwick)

  • Issue 176 - Coding Academy:  Code Concepts - JPEG Compression (Ben Everard)

  • Issue 176 - Coding Academy:  OpenEuphoria - It's fast to read, fast learn and fast to run. (Juliet Kemp)

  • Issue 176 - Coding Academy:  HTML - Create scrolling effects with Skrollr (Ben Everard)

  • Issue 176 - Coverdisc:  On the disc - ROAS Fresh, Pepperming Four, Sonar and 4M (Neil Bothwick)

  • Issue 176 - Feature:  Build your own distro - Stand our from the distrowatch crowd and create your own distro. (Mayank Sharma)

  • Issue 176 - Feature:  Ubuntu Phone - Witness the birth of a new phone OS (Jono Bacon)

  • Issue 176 - Feature:  Raspberry Pi add-ons - Discover three of the best Raspberry Pi addons (Ben Everard)

  • Issue 176 - HotPicks:  The best new open source software on the planet - Griffon, Puddletag, Mobik, PyHIDS, Potamus, Loping, Dateutils, UBee512, Vinterm, S2png (Mike Saunders)

  • Issue 176 - Interview:  Gnomic Cyborg - LXF chats with Karen Sandler. (Andrew Gregory)

  • Issue 176 - News:  All the latest news from the Linux universe - Groklaw, Ubuntu Edge, Guns, Samsung and Microsoft. (Andrew Gregory)

  • Issue 176 - Review:  PC-BSD - We discover a BSD that's easy to use. (Ben Everard)

  • Issue 176 - Book review:  the Healthy Programmer and the Raspberry Pi Cookbook - Stay fit and eat Pis (Ben Everard, Les Pounder)

  • Issue 176 - Review:  Firefox vs Chrome - The battle of the browsers (Mayank Sharma)

  • Issue 176 - Review:  Devolo LiveCam - The powerline ethernet webcam promises Linux support. (Graham Morrison)

  • Issue 176 - Review:  OS4 OpenLinux - It tries to be easy to use, but does it succeed. (Les Pounder)

  • Issue 176 - Roundup:  Collection Managers - Find out the best way of keeping your stuff in order (Marco Fioretti)

  • Issue 176 - Feature:  Dr Brown's Administeria - Smoothwall and Sed. (Chris Brown)

  • Issue 176 - Tutorial:  Dual Boot - Get another distro going on an external drive. (Andrew Gregory)

  • Issue 176 - Tutorial:  Bit Torrent - Create your own torrents and trackers. (Neil Bothwick)

  • Issue 176 - Tutorial:  Amazon Web Services - Get started with cloud computing (Rob Dobozy)

  • Issue 176 - Tutorial:  FPM - Build your own packages (Mike Saunders)

  • Issue 176 - Tutorial:  Juju - deploy web apps quickly and easily (Nick Veitch)

  • Issue 176 - What on Earth:  Open vSwitch - discover the wonderful world of virtual networking (Marco Fioretti)

  • Issue 166 - Review:  Faster Than Light - not all games are constrained by the laws of relativity. (Alex Cox)

  • Issue 162 - Feature:  Skype - Graham Morrision swipes those flying pigs from the sky whilst playing with the latest release from Microsoft. (Graham Morrison)

  • Issue 161 - Review:  Trine 2 - Questing through fine and water, exploring the supernatural in a glorious world, Alex Cox feels like he's in a fairytale. Lock up your beanstalks. (Alex Cox)

  • Issue 152 - Review:  Frozen Synapse - The best tactical turn-based game for a generation; and it runs natively on Linux. (Jonathan Roberts)

  • Issue 151 - Feature:  Conquer the command line - Immense power is at your fingertips - you just need to know how to use it. Here's how to get to grips with the CLI... (Jonathan Roberts)

  • Issue 144 - Review:  SpaceChem - Make transitional chemicals, shuffle atoms and play with bonds in this elemental puzzler. Alex dons his regulation safety goggles. (Alex Cox)

  • Issue 137 - Review:  And Yet It Moves - Stumble headlong into a world where direction is meaningless. No, it's not an existential masterwork, but a puzzle platformer. (Alex Cox)

  • Issue 137 - Feature:  The burnout cycle - With so many of us plugged into our computers each day, Jono explores how too much can cause us to burn out. (Jono Bacon)

  • Issue 136 - Feature:  Distro challenge - As keen listeners to the TuxRadar podcast will know, we were challenged to use a Linux distribution for a fortnight from outside of the Distrowatch top 100. Here's what we chose... (Mike Saunders, Paul Hudson, Graham Morrison, Andrew Gregory)

  • Issue 136 - Tutorial:  Google Docs: Easy forms - If you need to get data from various people on the internet, you could pay for a polling service, or use Google Docs for free. Plus: mail and calendars in Thunderbird. (Andy Channelle)

  • Issue 135 - Tutorial:  Test your performance - Are your upgrades and tweaks really boosting the performance of your setup? Find out using benchmarks! (Bob Moss)

  • Issue 135 - Review:  Qt Creator 2.0 - A month after the release of KDevelop 4, we review its arch-nemesis. (Graham Morrison)

  • Issue 134 - Review:  CrossOver Games 9.0 - Windows compatibility king CodeWeavers updates the playful part of its product line. (Andy Channelle)

  • Issue 134 - Feature:  Fedora and RHEL - a winning team - With preparations underway for the next Red Hat release and a successful Fedora 13, Red Hat is doing quite a number on our radar. (Shashank Sharma)

  • Issue 133 - Review:  Ubuntu 10.04 - That time of year is here again: the birds are singing and Ubuntu has a new release. We look at Lucid Lynx to see what all the fuss is about. (Neil Bothwick)

  • Issue 133 - What on Earth:  Lernid - This tool could expand your knowledge and broaden your horizons from the comfort of your living room sofa. (Bob Moss)

  • Issue 133 - HotPicks:  HotPicks - Ayam, Brain Party, Clockywock, Final Page, Fingerprint GUI, KXStich, Omron++, Ping, PyInstaller, Smb4K, Zim (Nick Veitch)

  • Issue 133 - Tutorial:  Python: Draw Koch snow - Nick puts his maths head on to combine Pythagoras' theorem, Python, Clutter and Cogls to produce beautifully fluffy Koch snowflakes. (Nick Veitch)

  • Issue 132 - Distrowatch:  Elive Topaz 2.0 - Enlightenment and Debian-based distro breathes new life into older hardware, but it doesn't come for free. Plus: Igelle DSV 1.0, PC-BSD 8.0 and Google evilness polls. (Susan Linton)

  • Issue 132 - Feature:  Dr Brown's Administeria - Lucid Lynx server - is the new long-term release of Ubuntu a giant leap for mankind? Plus: reverse DNS, and FTP serving with ProFTPD. (Chris Brown)

  • Issue 132 - Tutorial:  Firefox: Boost your browsing - The list of Firefox add-ons is so long that it can become quite bewildering. We give you a helping hand by picking our a selection of the best. (Juliet Kemp)

  • Issue 131 - Review:  KDE 4.4 - KDE 4.4 has been released - has it reaches the stage where it's a good choice for most users? (Neil Bothwick)

  • Issue 131 - Feature:  Nano: The third way - Hate Vi's terseness or the Emacs key combinations? We introduce Nano, a text editor that packs a lot of punch for its diminutive size. (Mike Saunders)

  • Issue 130 - Review:  Digikam 1.0 - Can 'free' compete with Adobe's and Apple's wallet-busting pro photography packages? Andy grabs a horribly expensive camera to find out. (Andy Channelle)

  • Issue 130 - Tutorial:  SELinux: Guard your system - Here's how to lock down your Linux system without the added security hindering you as you go about those all-important day-to-day tasks. (Bob Moss)

  • Issue 130 - Feature:  Linux audio uncovered - We dig to the centre of the Linux kernel to uncover why sound can be so... unsound. (Graham Morrison)

  • Issue 129 - Review:  Loomer Aspect - Graham finally finds something productive to do in his lunch hour - twisting audio inputs and outputs into timbre and rhythm. (Graham Morrison)

  • Issue 129 - Feature:  Your kernel needs you! - You don't need a PhD in computer science to hack the kernel - everyone can help to make it better. We show you how. (Greg Kroah-Hartman)

  • Issue 129 - Tutorial:  Android: Run with the robots - Android is an open source OS for smartphones, which makes it easy to write and publish software for it, as we will now demonstrate. (Juliet Kemp)

  • Issue 128 - Roundup:  Antivirus software - On test: AVG Free, Avira Antivir Pro, ClamAV, Sophos, ClamTk, Avast, BitDefender. (Nick Veitch)

  • Issue 128 - Feature:  Nine projects in 90 minutes - We prove just how amazingly adaptable Linux can be by delving into nine projects that should take no longer than the kettle does to boil. (Graham Morrison)

  • Issue 128 - Tutorial:  Clutter: Code a system monitor - Tidying up some Python code with Clutter, we take you far from the command line to a new realm of technicolour graphical possibilities. (Nick Veitch)

  • Issue 128 - Tutorial:  Amazon EC2: Up in the cloud - Are you tired of all the hype about cloud computing? Here's proof that it's not vapourware as we explain how to run Ubuntu in the cloud. (Koen Vervloesem)

  • Issue 127 - Review:  OpenSUSE 11.2 - It's lean, green, clean and has a lizard for a logo. No, not Nick - this is the latest version of Novell's open source distro... (Nick Veitch)

  • Issue 127 - Feature:  Normalize - We show you how to tweak audio recordings on the command line so that they sound crisper, cleaner and more professional than ever. (Seth Kenlon)

  • Issue 127 - Tutorial:  SSH: Get access anywhere - Our man on holiday tunnels SSH traffic over HTTP to get around over zealous packet filtering at Wi-Fi access points. And you can too! (Ben Martin)

  • Issue 126 - Review:  Moblin 2.0 - At last, a distro designed for netbooks from the start. We wonder whether Moblin is the future of the netbook or just another respin. (Neil Bothwick)

  • Issue 126 - Feature:  Shell scripting: automate common tasks - If repetitive operations bore you, here's how to automate them. (Bob Moss)

  • Issue 126 - Feature:  Get to grips with /proc and /sysfs - Did you think that everything-is-a-file was ancient Unix gibberish? Think again: we delve into the virtual files that keep your box going. (Juliet Kemp)

  • Issue 126 - Tutorial:  Chromium: Get browsing - Chromium, the Linux version of Google Chrome, is the shiniest browser on the market. We show you what to do with it. Plus: keeping up to date in OpenSUSE. (Andy Channelle)

  • Issue 125 - Review:  Slackware 13.0 - Which distro was forged in the mists of time and still manages to stay relevant today? (Nick Veitch)

  • Issue 125 - Feature:  Serve pages at the speed of Lighttpd - Lighttpd is a fast, lightweight alternative to Apache designed for high-traffic sites. It's also a doddle to set up, as we explain. (Juliet Kemp)

  • Issue 125 - Tutorial:  Security: control user privileges - It's good to protect your files from external threats, but we've identified a bigger risk factor for your data... your family! Plus: updates with APT. (Andy Channelle)

  • Issue 124 - Review:  Scribus 1.3.5 - Can there really be a competent, cross-platform desktop publishing package that serves both newbies and professionals alike? We find out. (Bob Moss)

  • Issue 124 - Roundup:  Groupware servers - On test: Citadel, eGroupWare, Open-Xchange, Horde Groupware, Synovel CollabSuite. (Mayank Sharma)

  • Issue 124 - Feature:  Drupal: quick and easy websites - Want to make your mark online? Here's how to create a Drupal website in minutes. (Shashank Sharma)

  • Issue 124 - Tutorial:  WebDAV: Share over the web - Allowing several people to work on a document increases overall quality and reduces your workload - here's how. (Neil Bothwick)

  • Issue 123 - Review:  Alien Arena 7.30 - They come from space to steal your cows. Nick is out standing in his field and gibbering at the potential of this futuristic FPS. (Nick Veitch)

  • Issue 123 - HotPicks:  HotPicks - 4Pane, Atomic Tanks, Buddi, Data Crow, GogglesMM, KRecipes, ImageKonverter, Worm Blast, Xfburn, XML Copy Editor. (Andy Hudson)

  • Issue 123 - Tutorial:  Python: Digg through XML - Part 4: We unlock the web's API with the power of XML. Your intrepid guide to all things Python won't rest until he has dug Digg. (Nick Veitch)

  • Issue 122 - Book review:  Pro Ubuntu Server Administration - Andy steps boldly into server land with only a book to help him. (Andy Hudson)

  • Issue 122 - Book review:  Beginning the Linux Command Line - Forget the Indonesian hobbits - we've found the missing link. (Andrew Gregory)

  • Issue 122 - Book review:  Beginning Portable Shell Scripting - Andy likes to travel light. Nothing more than a memory key for him! (Andy Hudson)

  • Issue 122 - Feature:  OpenSolaris - So you're a Linux guru? That doesn't impress Koen much. Real geeks use even more niche operating systems. (Koen Vervloesem)

  • Issue 122 - What on Earth:  Social desktop - Even if you shun Facebook and MySpace, your desktop might well be on its way to making a socialite out of you yet. (Marco Fioretti)

  • Issue 121 - Tutorial:  Sockso: build a music server - Tired of having to transfer music around? Here's how to create a personal music server so you can listen to your tunes anywhere. (Andy Channelle)

  • Issue 121 - Tutorial:  Security: Protect your server - We show you how to manage your ports, deal with vulnerabilities and stop crackers from taking advantage of your server. (Martin Meredith)

  • Issue 120 - Feature:  Take control - We compare three of the big contenders for managing your data changes: Bazaar, Subversion, and Git. (Juliet Kemp)

  • Issue 119 - Feature:  Slack to the future - It's the longest-running Linux distribution in existence, but just what is it that makes Slackware so popular among hardcore Linux fans? (Mike Saunders)

  • Issue 119 - Feature:  Dr Brown's Administeria - Deliver online training with Moodle, understand the structure of Debian/Ubuntu package repositories, and use those repos via proxies and mirrors. (Chris Brown)

  • Issue 118 - Tutorial:  Greasemonkey: Hack the web - The web is a wonderful thing, but sometimes it doesn't work exactly as you want it to. Greasemonkey can help you fix that. (Juliet Kemp)

  • Issue 118 - Review:  World of Goo - Two whizz-kid programmers exit EA, create a game, win awards, and Alex gets to play with some goo as a result. It's a hard life. (Alex Cox)

  • Issue 117 - Interview:  Benoit Schillings - Chief Technologist of Qt at Nokia, amateur astronomer, KDE hacker and former BeOS developer - what a guy! (Graham Morrison)

  • Issue 117 - Feature:  Build the ultimate MythTV box - Graham goes on a shopping spree to build a MythTV box without destroying our meagre budget for the month. (Graham Morrison)

  • Issue 117 - Tutorial:  GAE: Deploy a web application - Google App Engine enables you to build scalable apps without worrying about scaling details. Here's how to get your first cloud app off the ground. (Dan Frost)

  • Issue 116 - News:  Next gen netbooks - New technologies could lead to even more users on Facebook. Also covered: OLPC drops Linux; Red Hat bucks economic trends; HyperSpace Instant On; Bordeaux Wine variant; Sun buys Q-Layer; FreeBSD 7.1; FreeSwitch. (Andy Channelle)

  • Issue 116 - Review:  CrunchBang Linux 8.10.01 - Is this CrunchBang by name, CrunchBang by nature? (Andy Hudson)

  • Issue 116 - Feature:  The tragedy of the commons - The Creative Commons is full of potential for artists everywhere - so why is most of it untapped? Let's find out... (Marco Fioretti)

  • Issue 116 - Tutorial:  First steps - Create engaging slideshows with Impress and make ringtones using Audacity. (Andy Channelle)

  • Issue 115 - Feature:  Reader Awards 2008 - You voted for the software, services and support that impressed you the most in 2008 - and the results are in! (Paul Hudson)

  • Issue 115 - Feature:  Turbo-charge your desktop - We explore the slick Enlightenment, speedy Fluxbox and keyboard-tastic Ratpoison window managers. (Mike Saunders)

  • Issue 115 - Tutorial:  Webcams: Big Brother is you - We share the delicious feeling of being able to keep an eye on your property without being there... (Ian Barton)

  • Issue 114 - Review:  Mandriva 2009 - We ask whether this 10-year-old distro does enough to survive for another decade. (Graham Morrison)

  • Issue 114 - Feature:  Dr Brown's Administeria - Predict hard disk failure with Smart, understand fstab, and secure your data with ecryptfs. (Chris Brown)

  • Issue 114 - Tutorial:  First steps - Get chatting online with the Pidgin instant messenger, and make your own greeting cards using Scribus. (Andy Channelle)

  • Issue 113 - Feature:  Readers' round table - We venture outside LXF Towers to meet a few readers and discuss life, Linux and the lack of cheap parking in Bath. (Mike Saunders, Graham Morrison)

  • Issue 112 - Tutorial:  Make a racing game - Expand your Python and PyGame skills with a top-down racer in under 100 lines of code. Vroom! (Mike Saunders)

  • Issue 111 - Feature:  MythTV: the answer! - As a home media app, MythTV is beyond match. Unfortunately it's also a nightmare to configure - but we have the solution. (Graham Morrison)

  • Issue 111 - Feature:  30 days with Haiku - An open source BeOS clone looking to take on the desktop: will it give Linux some friendly competition? We find out. (Graham Morrison)

  • Issue 109 - Review:  Penumbra: Black Plague - Dingy corridors? Blood-stained walls? Half-human zombies? No, Nick escapes LXF Towers for the day to immerse himself in a new 3D adventure. (Nick Veitch)

  • Issue 109 - Feature:  Error messages explained - We decode the secret meaning behind the most common Linux error messages and help you cure the problems in the process. (Graham Morrison)

  • Issue 108 - Tutorial:  Eee PC: Add a new distro - Your Eee isn't limited to a single distribution. We show you how to install another Linux flavour and back up your files. (Mike Saunders)

  • Issue 107 - Feature:  Desktop paradise - Had it with Human? Bored with blue? We'll guide you to form and function on the Linux desktop, whether you run KDE, Gnome or Xfce. (Graham Morrison)

  • Issue 107 - Interview:  Rob Savoye - Adobe spent ten years making Flash, but it took Rob Savoye 1/10th that time. We speak to a coding maestro... (Mike Saunders, Paul Hudson)

  • Issue 106 - Review:  UndoDB 2.2 - Graham finds this the perfect tool for finding exactly how his own convoluted and obfuscated code works... (Graham Morrison)

  • Issue 106 - Feature:  Green computing - Want to save cash while doing your bit for the world? Going green does all that and more - we show you what Linux can do to make a difference... (Paul Hudson)

  • Issue 106 - What on Earth:  Android - The not-at-all paranoid Graham puts Google's Linux-based mobile phone platform through his personal Voight-Kampff machine. (Graham Morrison)

  • Issue 106 - Tutorial:  Use digital maps - Summer holidays will soon be looming and you want to make the most of your two weeks off work. Explore Google Maps and Google Earth... (Andy Channelle)

  • Issue 106 - Tutorial:  VPN: remote networking - Looking for a remote access system that will give you total control over who gets access to what? We walk you through Secure VPN Gateway. (Richard Smedley, Tom Russell, David Gempton)

  • Issue 105 - Review:  Zepto Znote 3215W - If you find the 800x480 screen resolution of the Eee PC a little restrictive, here's a full-size alternative for a little more cash. (Graham Morrison)

  • Issue 105 - Feature:  Linux at the BBC - What do Strictly Come Dancing, the shipping forecast and open source have in common? They're all big at the BBC. (Alex Singleton)

  • Issue 105 - Feature:  Microsoft and open source - Linux vs Vista and Windows is not a fair fight. We dissect the propaganda that Microsoft is using in its battle to retain its dominance. (Richard Hillesley)

  • Issue 105 - Tutorial:  Backups: simple data insurance - If you want more reliable backups, you need an offsite backup process that happens no matter how absent-minded you are. (Juliet Kemp)

  • Issue 104 - Review:  Toribash 3.1 - Beating up strangers is now socially acceptable, so we tense our limbs, relax our necks, and leap headlong into the weird world of turn-based combat. (Alex Cox)

  • Issue 104 - Review:  Scribus 1.3.3.11 - Cross-platform open source desktop publishing is no longer merely one of Nick's funny dreams - creativity, fly and be free! (Nick Veitch)

  • Issue 104 - Roundup:  Audio codecs - We look at the options for long-term storage of your music collection. On test: AAC, FLAC, MP3, Vorbis. (Daniel James)

  • Issue 104 - Feature:  Linux in America - From a classroom in Finland to global domination, Linux is making it big everywhere. We uncover the next step in the push for global domination - how Linux is invading America. (John Brandon)

  • Issue 104 - Tutorial:  Ardour: Equalise sound levels - PArt 3 - Our audio guru covers mixing your track, mixer automation, and effects processing with LADSPA plugins. (Daniel James)

  • Issue 103 - Review:  Shuttle LinuXPC - Graham lifts a thumb on the recently launched Linux Shuttle and test drives the pricier of its diminutive Linux offerings. (Graham Morrison)

  • Issue 103 - Feature:  Ubuntu: Pick your passion - Explore the aims, software and philosophy behind the various Ubuntu spin-offs - Mint, Studio, Edubuntu and more. (John Brandon)

  • Issue 103 - Tutorial:  First steps: rip MP3s from vinyl - Records are making a comeback, inspiring Andy to begin ripping his collection of vinyl to the computer for the first time... (Andy Channelle)

  • Issue 103 - Tutorial:  Code project: a ball game - Part 4: In the final tutorial of this series, we take a lighter look at coding with a simple (but addictive) game... (Mike Saunders)

  • Issue 102 - Review:  Autopano Pro 1.4 - Nick often finds himself with his back against the wall, but this time it's because he's trying to shoot a multi-picture panorama. (Nick Veitch)

  • Issue 102 - Review:  iRex iLiad electronic ink tablet - Can a Linux eBook be a real page-turner? We investigate. (Leo Maxwell)

  • Issue 102 - Feature:  Resurrect your old PC - Nostalgic for your old beige boxes? Don't let them gather dust! Proprietary OSes force users to upgrade hardware much sooner than necessary: we highlight some great ways to make your pensioned-off PCs earn their keep. (Neil Bothwick)

  • Issue 102 - What on Earth:  Classmate PC - Why would children in countries that barely have the infrastructure to feed and clothe their populations benefit from a low-cost, open source laptop? (Mike Saunders)

  • Issue 102 - HotPicks:  HotPicks - GCstar, Genius, Osmo, Indywikia, Gbrainy, Comisat, Tasty Menu, Minirok, Brasero, Kile (Graham Morrison)

  • Issue 102 - Tutorial:  First steps with RSS - Change the way you consume blogs, news sources and loads of other stuff with the best technology you've never heard of... (Andy Channelle)

  • Issue 102 - Tutorial:  Code Project: Flash cards - Improve your programming skills and learn a foreign language with the help of Mike and your very own flash card testing tool... (Mike Saunders)

  • Issue 102 - Tutorial:  Linux Virtual Server - Building load-balancing clusters with LVS is as good at keeping out the cold as chopping logs on a winter's day... (Chris Brown)

  • Issue 101 - Review:  Gimp 2.4 - Though it's easier to use and has significant new features, we wonder whether Gimp now has what it takes to attract new professional users. (Dale Strickland-Clark)

  • Issue 101 - Roundup:  Firefox extensions - Rated: AdBlock Plus, BlueOrganizer, Flock, iMacros, Greasemonkey, Mouse Gestures, StumbleUpon, Web Developer Toolbar (Richard Cobbett)

  • Issue 101 - Distrowatch:  Upgrade times - The big 2007 Q4 release rush is over. Which Linux distribution are you using to ring in the New Year? Plus: elpicx 1.1, NimbleX, distro market share stats (Ladislav Bodnar)

  • Issue 101 - HotPicks:  HotPicks - QTractor, Jukebox 3D, Kvkbd, Aqualung, SDL Asylum, Vulcan, White Dune, Miro, Songbird, NoteCase, Ultimate Stunts (Mike Saunders, Graham Morrison)

  • Issue 101 - Tutorial:  Code project: config tools - Part 2: Can't remember all those fiddly command line flags? We show you how to create GUI-like alternatives for common admin utilities. (Mike Saunders)

  • Issue 100 - Feature:  Hardware hacking made easy - Any old geek can program software, but it takes some serious commitment to computers to want to program hardware. We show you how to get started with the Arduino board... (Paul Hudson)

  • Issue 98 - Review:  Penumbra: Overture - Blundering around in the cold, Graham discovers that the partial illumination alluded to in the title of this game is perfectly fitting. (Graham Morrison)

  • Issue 96 - Review:  Defcon - Everybody dies. Everybody, that is, except Paul and his 13-legged pet cockroach, who bring you this review... (Paul Hudson)

  • Issue 69 - Review:  Darwinia - Paul Hudson plays God - mwah ha ha haa! (Paul Hudson)



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