MAXIM is referred to in the May 1986 edition of Sinclair QL World as a forthcoming software release by Intec Software.

It was then advertised in the July 1986 issue of Sinclair QL World.

MAXIM was written by Graham Kirk, who had earlier written QLART and is a mode 4 drawing package aimed at producing high-resolution drawings to be reproduced on a printer for general document illustration. It is an icon driven drawing program with the following advertised features:

  • Pencil, Brush, Spray, all in a choice of 4 widths
  • 4 colours and stipple palette
  • Full rubber band control over line, arc and circle
  • Cut and paste and much more

Title: MAXIM
Language: Unknown
Author: Graham Kirk, with the sprites designed by Neill Kirk
Publisher: Intec Software
Year of Publication: 1986
Platforms Suitable for: All Sinclair QLs and emulators
Commercial Status: Unknown
Price as at July 1986: £24
Reviews: QL World May 86
Sources Available from: n/a
Latest Version available from: Unknown

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