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Kultmags: Roeske Publishing

Published 14.09.2021 - 23:12 by AndreasM

Klaus Sommer writes:

The time has come, the summer break is over!

As you can read in the last update, about 5 weeks ago I met a former publisher! It was Ralph Roeske who already gave me permission in January of this year to place all the magazines published by Roeske Verlag here.
Unfortunately it was not possible for me to get even one issue of these magazine series in paper form and so Mr. Roeske offered me his private collection as a loan for the scan.
So after our short and very nice meeting (it was around 9:30 p.m. and we were on the way back from our family summer vacation) I took around 40 paper magazines from him ...

In the past few days I was able to digitize these magazines and as a start after the summer break, the first three issues of the home computer and the first three issues of the CPU have just been posted here. (YES, Ute and Klaus are finally represented here too!)

To be honest, I had planned to provide the games to be typed in the booklet here as a download. I was a bit shocked that many of the games contained in it could not be found on the Internet so far, which meant that my plan could not be implemented at the moment.
However, I would be delighted if someone takes the trouble and makes the games available in a digital format (which can be used by emulators).

Best regards,
Klaus

http://www.kultmags.com

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