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AtariAge hosts several classic gaming websites, highlighted here so you can take a look at these excellent sites if you have not already done so. If you're looking for a place to host your classic gaming site, don't hesitate to drop us a line! is an impressive collection of books, information, and software for Atari and other classic computers. The highlights include an APX software and information archive, the Cleveland Free-Net Atari SIG Archive, and the full text of many classic computing books. is an invaluable and high quality reference for any fans of classic computing. is the home to two popular Atari 8-bit computer related software programs for Mac OS X: Atari800MacX and Sio2OSX. Atari800MacX is a sophisticated Atari 8-bit emulator for OS X, itself a port of the "Atari 800" emulator. Sio2OSX is a peripheral emulator for the Atari 8-bit computers that allows the Atari computer to use an OSX based Macintosh as a disk drive, a cassette drive, and a printer. is devoted to unearthing the secrets of Atari prototypes, and features a growing repository of comprehensive prototype reviews for the 2600, 5200, 7800 and Atari 8-bit computers. Each prototype is vigorously played until enough is learned that a thorough review accompanied by many screenshots can be written, and even minor details between different versions of the same game are highlighted. is a great site for those curious about the often confusing world of prototypes.
Baroque Gaming Baroque Gaming

Baroque Gaming was founded in late 1999 by a group of three people who thought it would be cool to right a video game of some sort as an educational and fun project. This would eventually lead to the release of two Atari 2600 homebrew games, Warring Worms and its sequel, Warring Worms: The Worm Returns. You can learn more about Warring Worms and Baroque Gaming's other classic gaming projects over at their website.
batari Basic batari Basic

batari Basic (bB) is a BASIC-like language for creating Atari 2600 games. It is a compiled language and the compiler runs on a computer, but it creates a binary file that can be run on an Atari 2600 emulator or used to make a cartridge that will operate on a real Atari 2600. batari Basic started as a vision to create a simplified programming platform so that one could learn the intricacies of Atari 2600 programming and one day move on to programming in assembly language, but its goals have since expanded as the language has evolved.
Classic Computer Magazine Archive Classic Computer Magazine Archive

The Classic Computer Magazine Archive (formerly known as "The Digital Antic Project"), contains the full text of several classic computing magazines such as Antic, STart, and Hi-Res. In addition, the full text of a large number of Creating Computing magazine is online, as well as both issues of Creative Computing Video & Arcade Games.
Pixels Past Pixels Past

Pixels Past is a video game design and development firm created to provide the gaming industry with the necessary tools to build games for classic video game systems. Pixels Past is run by Joe Grand, electrical engineer and programmer of the popular Atari 2600 game SCSIcide. Joe has designed a wide variety of custom circuit boards for use in the creation of new homebrew games and has a number of gaming-related products in the works.
Songbird Productions Songbird Productions

Songbird Productions was founded in 1999 by well-known Atari fan and hobby developer Carl Forhan to develop and publish games for various Atari consoles. Songbird Productions has brought many new Jaguar and Lynx games to light over the years, allowing fans to enjoy newly programmed and previously unreleased games on systems long abandoned by Atari.

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