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  1. Lin Wu's Challenge, released in 1990 in a wooden box. It took me some time to find this one.
  2. Don't worry, you can do tons of things on a stoke ST with 512kb. The vast majority of games will run on it, only a small percentage need 1mb. All the games from the "golden years" of the ST will run just fine with half a meg. You can also have fun programming in GFA basic or even in assembler with Devpac for example. Unless you work on big projects, it will be fine with half a meg if you just want to have fun with your ST
  3. I remember having a hard time with the jousts back in the days, I basically gave up after a few attempts.
  4. It was a Quartet tune that could be played on ST and Amiga using Quartet. https://ftp.untergrund.net/users/ltk_tscc/fujiology/MUSIC/FT/TUNEZ/S/SPARKY/QUARTET/FISTFULL.4Q
  5. First update in over 3 years, with a bunch of very rare games:
  6. Vroom (mix of 2D and 3D) and No Second Prize were very good technically. Stunt Car Racer too. I also remember being technically impressed back then by Virus (its polygons + the number of particles), Starglider 2, Falcon, Elite and Carrier Command
  7. ParanoidLittleMan: No wonder you got banned from those forums, you really are something. I knew only your reputation but reading all your nonsense on that thread explains it all...
  8. There is a tacit rule in all those retro communities and it's true about the ST community as well: don't make money using someone else's work. You can try to justify it with countless long posts, calling people names, it won't change the fact that it's exactly what you are trying to do and it's just lame.
  9. Selling commercial games from the 80's / 90's, really? I don't even know where to begin... I suppose demoscene people should start selling their demos too because they spent countless hours on them. People who maintain Atariage / Atarimania / Atarilegend should also ask for a salary because hey, they spend time on it. Well, at least what they would sell would be entirely their work, unlike what you are doing. Actually, you just gave me an idea: I'll modify Gwem's Maxymizer a little bit and start selling it, not for much mind you.
  10. If you like menu discs, try this, there are hundreds: https://www.atarilegend.com/menusets
  11. I think a version of kick off 2 supported 4 players. Possibly those too if my memory doesn't fail me: Leatherneck, Chu chu rocket, Super Off Road, Super Sprint and Great Courts 2.
  12. Did you manage to recover your Atarimania account? If not, I can help you get in touch with the right person.
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