Quest (British magazine)

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Quest was a collectable magazine published by Marshall Cavendish as part of their 'Partworks' educational range[1] from the late 1980s and early 1990s, covering a range of science and technology related topics, such as construction, cities, transport and drugs. The magazine was available in fortnightly, hole-punched editions which would often come with a collectable element, such as playing cards for a 'trivial pursuit-like game'[2] or cardboard models. There were 60 magazines - enough to fill three official binders which came with special editions of the magazine.[2]

The articles in each part were categorized under six topics: The living world, planet earth, futures, energy and resources, new technology, and space frontiers.