The British computer magazine Your 64, initially with the subtitle "The only magazine for the Commodore 64", was launched in 1984, cost 95 pence and was published bi-monthly (later monthly) by Sportscene Specialist Press. It was the sister magazine of "Your Spectrum", but with a focus on Commodore 64 and VIC-20 home computers. It featured a mix of serious and leisure articles, including type-in programs, as well as news and reviews of both software and hardware.
The first issue was the April/May edition, published in April 1984. After 14 issues it was integrated into the computer magazine Your Commodore in October 1985.