En vous rendant sur cette page http://cgw.filefront.com/ vous pourrez télécharger gratuitement au format .pdf les 100 premiers numéros du magazine Computer Gaming World.
Cela va donc pour l'instant du Vol 1, Number 1, Nov - Dec, 1981 au Number 100, November, 1992.
Pour les autres n° seule la couverture est visible.
Une très bonne initiative en tous cas !
Welcome to the official online archive of Computer Gaming World magazine, where you can read and download digitized versions* of the first 100 issues of the magazine, beginning with the first issue in November 1981, and then see covers of all the rest of the magazine's run through the final issue in November 2006.
Founded in 1981 by Russell Sipe, Computer Gaming World began life as a small, self-published, independent magazine for the then small community of computer game hobbyists (it was, in fact, the first magazine dedicated to the hobby), but grew over the years into one of the most important and powerful media voices in all of digital entertainment, thanks to its strong editorial voice and reputation for tough but fair reviews.
From its earliest days, covering games for the Atari and Apple II systems, through the recent era of blockbuster titles for high-end PCs, CGW has always been known for the expertise, passion, and talent of its editorial staff, from Johnny Wilson to Scorpia to Loyd Case and more, and this archive is dedicated to them. Have fun, and don't forget to save!
Extra special thanks to Stephane Racle, whose extraordinary scanning effort made all this possible. And don't forget that CGW has been reborn as Games for Windows: The Official Magazine. Check it out online at gfw.1up.com. (coming soon!)
Jeff Green Editor-in-Chief
Computer Gaming World Games for Windows: The Official Magazine