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  1. Just letting all you atari fans know, there is a NEW version of Atari ST GameBase v4.0HD. contains thousands of new games and all HD conversions by PP.
  2. I’ve had this absolute unit for about ten years now, believe it or not but I got everything pictured and more for 40$ from a dude with no arms and legs having a garage sale out of his mobile home in Clearwater, Florida. Damned good times!
  3. Folks, We have some Stacys for sale that need some more TLC than usual. Some are working, some are not. ALL have been tested and their faults listed. Here is the link: https://thebrewingacademy.com/collections/atari-st-ste-mega/products/atari-stacy-laptop-see-specifics We also have some ST Book & ST Pad parts for sale (as well as an ST Book retail box). Come on down and take a look. Here is the link: https://thebrewingacademy.com/collections/atari-st-ste-mega/products/st-book-st-pad-parts-as-is We also have a lot of other Atari 2600 5200 7800 Jaguar 800/XL/XE ST TI 99/4a Commodore and Vectrex items for sale Here is the link ( ) https://thebrewingacademy.com/ Send any questions my way here or on the website. -M
  4. I have several manuals and books for sales. Please PM me if interested and we can 'talk price'. Thanks!!
  5. Seeing that some folks have added semi-modern MIDI capable sound chips in their STs so various games can play MIDI soundtracks internally [and without having to resort to outputting it through the MIDI ports to external hardware], is anyone on here scheming on how to add a PokeyMAX FPGA wonderchip into their STs? In addition to being able to do Quad POKEY, Dual SID, and Covox audio all at once, the PokeyMAX can also do Dual "PSG" [Dual YM2149] audio. That's 6 channels of "ST" audio. To my knowledge, no one has ever done a Dual YM2149 upgrade for the ST, although other platforms have similar upgrades available [although generally for the GI AY chip that the YM2149 clones in the audio department]. Seems like a worthy upgrade for the ST...
  6. For Sale Mouse Master by Practical Solutions for the Atari St or the Amiga. Tested and working great in an Atari ST. Once you use one of these you will never want to be without it. You will never need to lift up the ST to plug in the very awkward mouse and joystick ports up under the keyboard. Asking $50 + you pay shipping of $9 in the U.S.
  7. The Good: 1MB Memory Blitter Chip Gotek Drive with an 8GB usb stick, has some things on it – PM for more info Switchable ROMS - TOS 1.04(Rainbow) and TOS 1.02 Original mouse with laser upgrade installed Original disk drive included(not attached to the Atari) Power cord A scart cable for video Not as Good: Missing the key for the Numpad 0 Has the badge of a 1040STE but this is actually a 1040STF The case has been painted The Keyboard was retrobrited badly, and now has hair like scratches on every key – A good case against retrobriting This has been a great computer for me, but I’m scaling back. I’ve tested the keyboard and everything seems to work ok. I can’t confirm if all of the function keys are all working, I can confirm F1, F7, and F8 are working – those are the only ones I use. I’m also including the guts of the ball mouse in case someone wants to put them back and replace the laser. I'll consider any reasonable offers.
  8. Ute


    Wanted to see if anybody could use them before I donate them to an electronics retailer. Just pay for shipping and you can have them - I'm only shipping within the US because of C19. I believe these can be used as replacement memory for latter A500 Motherboards as well as some variants of Atari ST - there is 24 of them. I believe these are similar to the above These are also memory chips for A500's but for earlier models - I don't remember which ones exactly Rev.6a and before possibly? Spare socket for Atari ST Blitters(Possibly the GLUE and MMU too). Known as the 'Funky' Socket according to Exxos(Chris) Two chip UK Rainbow TOS 1.04 Six chip US Rainbow TOS 1.04 The holy grail! The rare 2 MB Fat Agnus for A500(and I think A2000 as well) 2 - 1MB SIMM's for Atari STE's Various chip converters.
  9. Guys, Does anyone know any companies or individuals that make new replacement cases for the ST/TT/Falcon range of computers?
  10. For sale or trade - one or both. Price negotiable, I'm thinking $15 + $3 shipping 1) Atari ST BASIC Sourcebook and Tutorial 2) 520ST Computer Owner's Manual Two vintage ATARI ST manuals in used but excellent condition, only minor signs of wear. No signs of moisture damage, no odors. These will complement your ATARI ST collection. I will ship with USPS media mail.
  11. For this first post, I will present a project –more precisely a rework of the project– that I recently released. Sporniket Nostalgie v2 is an opentype font that renders like the 8×16 system font (a.k.a the 'hires' font) of the Atari ST. The first version was kind of OK but it had 2 major flaws and a minor one : first, it required a weird size (25 pt at 72 dpi) to render correctly, as I wanted to have room for accented uppercase without deformation of the glyph ; second, I was not entirely faithfull in the shape of the glyph anyways as I wanted to remove what I considered as 'flaws', like serifs on a generally sans serif font, I made an '&' that looked like 'Et', and so on ; and last, the shape of my glyphes were stuck to the original pixels and used handcrafted curves, making a not so nice feeling on printed paper. That said, I enjoyed using this font for a few years before changing my computers, and the rendering on paper was as intended, with rounded shapes and all. Another fact that made the rework necessary was that nowadays, exporting the font gives an bugged files, lots of letters seems to have lost their width. In practice, you see several letters at the same location. So, I decided to do it again, with the following objectives : faithfull to the original material at 8×16 pixels beautiful on paper : I used the "spiro" tool of Font Forge to have very smooth transition between straight sections and rounded section of a curve (third or forth order continuity), and tricking the rasterization algorithm (no hinting) to get the rights pixels while having constant width strokes on paper. A first release with the following unicode range supported : US-ASCII a.k.a Basic latin (any printable character from code 32 —space— to 127) ; Latin-1 supplement ; 'oe' ligatures and Ÿ to support french. The latest releases are here. You will find the font in 3 formats (opentype, truetype and woff), as well as a sample html demo to see the font on screen, and on paper if you print it. Since the release I set up my computer system (ubuntu linux) to use the font. I have yet to write a theme to use the font in the title bar. Following, some screenshots from my terminal. First, without anti-aliasing. Then, with anti-aliasing –I prefer this rendering–. I plan to make the same work for the 8×8 font soon, and try to do the 6×6 font later.
  12. go through this sellers list to find some interesting atari st stuff, seems to be listing more of it as well. eBay Seller: regalservice
  13. Hello atari fans, I´m a new member of this forum! I´m from Germany and interested in these - obviously only in the U.S. selled - software gems. There were four titles for biology, two for chemistry and others for mathematics and physics. I think, this software from the mid 80´ies is now abandonware. In Germany, there is no possibility to buy these titles (used) and the one seller on ebay is only shipping to north america. Last year I buyed a mathematics title (together with other stuff like spectreGCR) from a gently US-Citizen and I´m interested in aquiring the others. Does someone here know, where I could download these software-pieces, e.g. biology and chemistry? Thanks, stokowski
  14. Here's a machine I've been curious about but have never seen often enough in the wild: the Atari ST. Unlike the Amiga, which I seriously desired as a kid (and I have two models now: a 500 and a 4000!), the Atari ST tickled my curiosity but wasn't one of those "Oooh, I've gotta have it right now!" type of desires. Nowadays, though, I thought it would be pretty neat to check out the actual Atari ST hardware and see what it's all about! I do have some experience using Atari TOS thanks to Hatari, and I have sampled some games and demos on the platform. It's enough to wet my beak and get me interested in wanting to maybe add one to my collection! My problem, however, is that, like other retro computers of the time, the prices for Atari STs (and even the STE) have shot through the roof to ridiculous, exonerate prices on eBay and even Amibay. To make matters worse, most auctions and sales that I see are all in Europe (and I'm in the USA), which would mean that shipping would be absolute murder, and I'd also have to then spend money on things like step-down transformers and plug adapters. So my question is this: what's a fair going price for an Atari ST? I'd prefer an STE model; it can have 1MB RAM minimum and that's fine. Hell, it doesn't even need to come with cables; since the PSU is internal on STE models and is a standard 3-prong PC lead, I can supply one. I just need a mouse and I'm good. Send some ideas my way and I'll work from there!
  15. Hello all, Anyone like pixel art books? The latest issue of Classic Gaming contains 26 pages on Atari ST games, including Carrier Command, Oids and Silkworm. The game choice is fairly random, but may be of interest if you like to see the ST in print.
  16. Looking to buy a nicely used blue/gray Power Pad controller for the ST/Jaguar - Name your price or let me know what you're looking for and we can do a trade. Please PM or reply here if you have one you're willing to part with. Thanks!
  17. I'm interested in obtaining a working Atari ST (any model). I'm trying to diagnose a problem with another ST system and I would like a second system to provide reference. I'd be fine with a system rough around the edges (missing keys or the like) as long as all the ports work and the thing boots to GEM. It can be without a power adapter as long as it's known working. I'm also interested in an Atari ST External Floppy drive SF354 or SF314. More interested in the SF314 than SF354. Needs to be working and come with power adapter and floppy drive cable. Also looking for a working Atari ST mouse. I have a small list of lesser wants, if anyone is willing to part with these things for the right price. Atari 1050 floppy drive w/ power and sio cords. Working please. Atari 5200 and Intellivision - I've had my eyes out for both of these consoles. Low priority but would consider a decent offer. TI-99/4A Tape Recorder - If anyone has an extra one they want to get rid of. Atari ST TOS roms (Rainbow 1.4) - six chip version
  18. link only dev-docs.atariforge.org/files/alltogether.pdf Interesting i am assuming/guesssing it's only the ST and not the mega or ste machines....perhaps that is to come
  19. Earlier this year I finally managed to track down Kevin MacFarland, author of the Atari ST BBS door game "Assassin." Thought you guys might enjoy my interview with him. Back then he went by the handle "C Monster." I also wrote up a blog post remembering Assassin. If anyone else remembers the game, I encourage you to leave a comment on the blog! (And, as I mention in the blog, you can still play Assassin today on Dark Force, The Grove, and Starfleet HQ BBSes.)
  20. Anyone ever play the old Atari ST BBS door game "Assassin"? One of my old favorites. You can still play it today on The Grove and Dark Force BBSes. Anyway, I would love to get in touch with the game's authors. I think I may have found Wayne Myers on some social networks (though he hasn't responded to messages), but no luck with Kevin MacFarland. Anyone know/remember them? --Josh
  21. Altered Beast Dungeon Master
  22. Do you guys remember the Atari 8 Bit and Atari ST Bluray disk that I created years ago? I found one of the disks from way back when I created them 2 years ago (maybe 3) and put it online on my BBS. The BBS is called Spy Visits Spy BBS II, if you had a password on the other BBS , Spy Visits Spy BBS then the password file has been copied over from the first BBS, and is available at telnet://spyvisitsspybbs.com port 1993, is running on a Windows 10 32 Bit machine has 32 bit online games but does not have 16 bit online games. If you want those, go to the first one on my XP machine at telnet://spyvisitsspybbs.com port 1990. Both BBSs are active and will be updated daily. Russ Campbell
  23. Hoping someone can give me some advice. I haven't used my Atari 1040ST much over the last few years, but I'm starting to get back into it. A couple of years ago I bought a cable from Best Electronics that allows you to hook the ST up to a multisync monitor which I also bought from another source. The thing works great in LOW and HIGH resolution, but when displaying in MEDIUM resolution, some of the text on screen looks scrunched and some letters look like they disappear all together. Is there any fix for this? Can I adjust something on the monitor so it displays correctly? I am hesitant to play with any monitor settings until I know for sure, so any guidance with be appreciated!!!
  24. So OK, I followed some links on AtariAge, and found some ST demos, .. I'm pretty sure that I need an ST now... The music especially blew me away... Now before I ask this, let me say up front, I have Googled best Atari ST Everything, but I am hoping to get input from Real ST owners, about what they actually USE daily. Confession: I am an Amiga nut (turned slightly Atari ST nut) 'Must Have programs'? (Heck, even general utilities and such, TOS switch etc.) One thing in particular, are there any music programs on the ST For Beginners? (I took piano lessons when I was younger, total FAIL!) Are there any Good 3d graphics/animation programs for the ST? (Lightwave 3D on Amiga spoiled me!?!) Any programs to convert 2d/3D graphics files from Amiga to Atari ST? Can ST's be networked? What program (s) support networks? What is the maximum RAM that can be added to (any model of) an ST, including the Falcon? Anything else I need to know before I take the plunge.... And CURSE you Atari! Another system I am obsessed with!
  25. The bitmap brothers in action with XENON II They are one of the biggest heroes of the 16-bit gamescene on atari st/amiga (and then snes) in those time with XENON, SPEEDBALL, XENON II, CADAVER, GODS, CHAOS ENGINE, Z etc. and now they are collecting money for a book about the bitmap brothers. You can see preview on the kickstarter site. Time to support them and bring the bitmap brothers to print. Make it possible on kickstarter! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/darrenwall/the-bitmap-brothers-universe > The book cover: You don't know them? than it is time to jump into their fantastic worlds: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Bitmap_Brothers
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