Electronic Fun with Computers & Games

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Electronic Fun with Computers & Games
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Editor-in-ChiefRichard Ekstract
CategoriesVideo game journalism
FrequencyMonthly
PublisherRichard Ekstract
First issueNovember 1982 (1982-11)
Final issueMay 1984
CompanyFun & Games Publishing
CountryUSA
Based in350 East 81st Street,
New York,
NY 10028
LanguageEnglish
ISSN0746-0546
OCLC10488752

Electronic Fun with Computers & Games was a video game magazine published in the United States from November 1982 to May 1984. For the last two issues it was renamed ComputerFun.

Content[edit]

The magazine was split up into the following sections:

  • Special Features
  • Regular Features
  • Equipment Reviews
  • Game Reviews
  • Departments

Staff[edit]

For several months, West Virginia Broadcasting Hall of Fame member Gary "Music" Miller was a game reviewer for EFWCAG.[citation needed]

Legacy[edit]

The cover art for the November 1983 issue was used as the album art for the 1984 album Night Lines by Dave Grusin.

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