ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment) was a British videogame magazine. ACE was published monthly from October 1980 until June 1989 by Future Publishing Ltd. and from July 1989 to April 1992 by EMAP Images. In April 1991 the highest issue was published with close to 50.000 prints. The last 2 issues had a 3,5" floppy disk with games for PC, Amiga and Atari ST.
The articles and tests were mostly for the computer systems Commodore 64, Amiga, Atari ST, ZX Spectrum and Amstrad CPC. There were als reports about new computer systems and game developments. The main topic was computer games, but there were also reports about computer graphics and music. Reports about the C64 were banned from issue May 1991 onwards and handhelds and consoles were the new systems for reporting.
Sometimes ACE was bundled with free cover datasettes and floppy disk, which included game demos.