This season's top ten reflects sales from April 1 to July 31, 1989. In this time, both Space Quest III and Silpheed have logged impressive numbers, with extra boost from sales to the many new music card owners out there. Larry II, King's Quest IV, and Police Quest II sales remained strong, and Manhunter: New York and Gold Rush! made the charts due to strong sales as these titles migrate to the Apple II, Macintosh, and other computers. New products on the list for this eason include two new Sierra productivity products, HomeWord II and Sierra's On-Line.
Issue 6: Fall 1989
- Cartoon/Drawing Contest
- Customer Support Forum
- Heard It In The Hallway (Sierra's Rumor Mill) - Fall 1989
- How To Get 16-Color EGA Graphics on your IBM or Compatible, Without Buying a New EGA Monitor
- Hoyle's Book of Games
- Issue 6 Credits
- Presidents Corner
- Roberta Williams: The Storyteller Who Started It All
- Sierra's Newest Games
- Sierra's Top Ten Best Sellers
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