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  1. Hi guys, I just wanted to let you all know that the next issue of Atari User is almost ready. We have been a bit delayed as we go through final approvals and legal checks on something that I can't go into in great detail as it will spoil the surprise. What I will say is that the other party involved have been extremely helpful and cooperative and it has been a real honor to work with them on the next issue. Best Regards, Steve
  2. We bring you the latest news on Atari’s Chapter 11 woes. Supporting the Atari BBS Scene – we show you how to make the most out of the BBS experience and feature an interview with Stephen J. Carden of the Inside The 8-Bit BBS. Lots more inside, including our popular IN-DEV homebrew column, tons of reviews, more ST-Coin Op Conversions, a look at Galaxian on the Atari, we pay tribute to LucasArts, and more! Thanks to all those who supported this issue including Josh Renaud and Stephen J. Issue 23 is available now from www.atariuser.com and print editions are available, as always from lulu.com and magcloud.
  3. This issue we look at the Atari Megafile for the Atari ST, check out the Portfolio Smart Parallel Interface and review The Battle Of Britain and STAC (the ST adventure creator) for the Atari ST. We look at how close we came to seeing an Atari branded Megadrive, check out more ST coin-op conversions and take a detailed look at another month in Atari history. Also this issue a masterclass in DOS XE for the XL/XE,we look at the various football games released on the Atari platforms, and check out Hi-Tec software and their 8-bit releases. Lots more inside including reviews for the Atari 2600, 7800, Jaguar, Lynx, Jaguar CD and Atari 8-bit. Print editions are available from Lulu & Magcloud. PDF available from www.atariuser.com . Thanks to everyone who helped with this issue. All subscribers should now have their login details. If not, message me here .
  4. This issue we look at the Atari Megafile for the Atari ST, check out the Portfolio Smart Parallel Interface and review The Battle Of Britain and STAC (the ST adventure creator) for the Atari ST. We look at how close we came to seeing an Atari branded Megadrive, check out more ST coin-op conversions and take a detailed look at another month in Atari history. Also this issue a masterclass in DOS XE for the XL/XE,we look at the various football games released on the Atari platforms, and check out Hi-Tec software and their 8-bit releases. Lots more inside including reviews for the Atari 2600, 7800, Jaguar, Lynx, Jaguar CD and Atari 8-bit. Print editions are available from Lulu & Magcloud. PDF available from www.atariuser.com . Thanks to everyone who helped with this issue. All subscribers should now have their login details. If not, message me here.
  5. We're celebrating the weekend when the whole world goes retail crazy by not discounting anything ... In fact we're giving away FREE issue 19 of Atari User this weekend. All you have to do is like us on facebook and then message us (within facebook) with a quick hello and your email address, and we'll send you a download link for your FREE issue of the magazine. No catches. Obviously we hope you'll like the mag so much you will tell all your friends, and maybe subscribe or buy future issues, but there is no obligation whatsoever. Offer ends Sunday, November 25th 2012.
  6. Atari User Issue 20 is here We’re celebrating First Star Software Inc.’s 30th anniversary, and we’re doing it in style. Featuring an exclusive interview with First Star Software founder Richard M. Spitalny, we also bring you never seen before material and a bonus FREE First Star Anniversary PDF (download link within the magazine). We also feature another slice of Atari history, cover more great ST coin-op conversions and have an action-packed homebrew column plus cover some fantastic new releases for the Atari XL/XE. All this, and more inside. Subscribers are about to get their download links. The PDF edition is available to purchase from www.atariuser.com/portal , and print editions are available from magcloud.com and lulu.com . A massive thank you to everyone at First Star Software Inc, for their cooperation. Any subscribers who haven't had their download link within 24 hours, please check your spam folder, then PM me if you still haven't received it.
  7. Atari User Issue 20 is here We’re celebrating First Star Software Inc.’s 30th anniversary, and we’re doing it in style. Featuring an exclusive interview with First Star Software founder Richard M. Spitalny, we also bring you never seen before material and a bonus FREE First Star Anniversary PDF (download link within the magazine). We also feature another slice of Atari history, cover more great ST coin-op conversions and have an action-packed homebrew column plus cover some fantastic new releases for the Atari XL/XE. All this, and more inside Subscribers are about to get their download links. The PDF edition is available to purchase from www.atariuser.com/portal , and print editions are available from magcloud.com and lulu.com . A massive thank you to everyone at First Star Software Inc, for their cooperation.
  8. Atari User Issue 22 is here! We bring you the full story behind Atari's move into Chapter 11, plus all the latest developments as the group moves to restructure and emerge from bankruptcy protection. Also this issue we feature the Atari 400, review the new MyIDE II for the Atari XL/XE, plus cover more Atari ST coin-op conversions and feature Robotron: 2084 . Lots more inside, including our popular IN-DEV homebrew column. A big thank you to everyone who helped with this issue. Subscribers were sent their download links yesterday. If you are a subscriber and haven't received your copy, PM me please The magazine is available to purchase directly from Atari User. Print editions, as always, can be purchased from Magcloud.com and Lulu.com . http://www.atariuser.com/portal
  9. Atari user Issue 18 is here!. We pay tribute to Jack Tramiel and the great products he left us with, and we kick off Atari's 40th anniversary celebrations. Also this issue all the regular features plus lots of reviews and a look at the latest homebrew releases. The magazine can be purchased from www.atariuser.com , and print editions are available from lulu.com and magcloud.com. Subscribers should now all have received their download links. If anyone hasn't received theirs or is scratching their head right now then PM me and I'll resend. Thank you to everyone for their support with this issue.
  10. Atari User Issue 25 is out now We bring you all the information you need on Atari’s Chapter 11 adventure and the bailout proposals. The latest from the Atari Homebrew scene including new titles for the Atari XL/XE and the Atari 7800. How to program a Happy Atari 1050 disk drive and install an easy drive reset mod. Lots more inside, including our popular IN-DEV homebrew column, more ST-Coin Op Conversions, a look at Ikari Warriors on the Atari, new storage options for the Atari XL/XE, a review of Homebrew Heroes, more game reviews, more Atari history and ... more! Subscribers have already been sent their copies. The magazine is available to download from http://www.atariuser.com/portal and print editions are available , as always, from lulu.com and magcloud.com . A big thank you to everyone who contributed to this issue.
  11. This issue we look at the Atari Megafile for the Atari ST, check out the Portfolio Smart Parallel Interface and review The Battle Of Britain and STAC (the ST adventure creator) for the Atari ST. We look at how close we came to seeing an Atari branded Megadrive, check out more ST coin-op conversions and take a detailed look at another month in Atari history. Also this issue a masterclass in DOS XE for the XL/XE,we look at the various football games released on the Atari platforms, and check out Hi-Tec software and their 8-bit releases. Lots more inside including reviews for the Atari 2600, 7800, Jaguar, Lynx, Jaguar CD and Atari 8-bit. Print editions are available from Lulu & Magcloud. PDF available from www.atariuser.com . Thanks to everyone who helped with this issue. All subscribers should now have their login details. If not, message me here.
  12. The latest issue of Atari User is out now. In this issue we look at the Atari STE and ask if Atari dropped the ball, we also cover the Atari Lynx in Japan, the Atari 600XL and look at the latest Atari related news. Our ST coin-op series covers Konami and we take a look at another month in detail, in Atari history. Lots of reviews this issue including Alien Vs Predator for the Lynx, and titles for the Jaguar, 2600, 7800, Atari 5200, ST and XL/XE. Finally, we look at Tera, the next big game to be distributed by Atari. Thanks to everyone who helped with this issue, and subscribers should have their login details already. If you are a subscriber and haven't received your details, please PM me .
  13. Atari User issue 21 is out. First we'd like to wish a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to everyone, and thank those that helped out with the latest issue. This issue includes a report from Play Expo, Star Castle and Impulse-X reviews, another look at Atari history one month at a time, and a lot more. Now it is time to open a bottle of port and digest some fine cheeses! http://atariuser.com/portal/latest-issue/latest-issue-2/
  14. Atari User Issue 19 is out. This issue we have exclusive interviews with Bill Hogue (Miner 2049er fame), and the man himself - Nolan Bushnell. Also this issue, we celebrate the Atari 2600, have an expanded homebrew column, look at Tennis on the various Atari platforms, and much more including : Retrovision report, ST Coin-OP Conversions, we look at another month in Atari history plus more reviews. A big thank you to Bill Hogue, Nolan Bushnell and everyone who worked on this issue! Subscribers should already have received their download links. If for some reason you haven't received yours then please PM me. The latest issue is available in print and PDF digital download. For more details, visit http://www.atariuser.com .
  15. The latest issue of Atari User is out now. In this issue we look at the Atari STE and ask if Atari dropped the ball, we also cover the Atari Lynx in Japan, the Atari 600XL and look at the latest Atari related news. Our ST coin-op series covers Konami and we take a look at another month in detail, in Atari history. Lots of reviews this issue including Alien Vs Predator for the Lynx, and titles for the Jaguar, 2600, 7800, Atari 5200, ST and XL/XE. Finally, we look at Tera, the next big game to be distributed by Atari. Thanks to everyone who helped with this issue, and subscribers should have their login details already. If you are a subscriber and haven't received your details, please PM me .
  16. We bring you the latest news on Atari’s Chapter 11 woes. Supporting the Atari BBS Scene – we show you how to make the most out of the BBS experience and feature an interview with Stephen J. Carden of the Inside The 8-Bit BBS. Lots more inside, including our popular IN-DEV homebrew column, tons of reviews, more ST-Coin Op Conversions, a look at Galaxian on the Atari, we pay tribute to LucasArts, and more! Thanks to all those who supported this issue including Josh Renaud and Stephen J. Issue 23 is available now from www.atariuser.com and print editions are available, as always from lulu.com and magcloud. Subscribers should all have received their advance copies sent yesterday and the final edit sent today.
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