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Review section opened!

June 30, 2004 by ST Graveyard

Hello Atari fans,

There were already some rumours on the Atari-Forum, and now it has become reality! The new review section is open for busines. You know our moto "Legends never die" and currently you'll find updated versions of the reviews found on the classic ST Graveyard website. Of course, new material will be written in the future as well. And if you feel like contributing a review, feel free to do so, we'll be happy to put it online.

Enjoy it. And you know where to reach us for comments and suggestions ... Yup ... Atari Forum!

Greetz

The Corporation compilation: another rare menu disk

June 25, 2004 by Brume

News illustration image There was another bunch of requests on the forum about the french crew named The Corporation. Remember this band is the author of a STE demo (simply named 'The Corporation'Smiley. you can find it on PaCidemo or into No Fragments base.
Members of TCR were: Alex, Black Ninja, Godfather, Ludic, Mikou, Nighthawk and Stranger.
Godfather joined MJJ-Prod after TCR splitted up. Mikou was a famous cracker of V-Max, and joined a few years ago MJJ-Prod, too.

So here is the rare [url=../newsattach/TCRMENU.ZIP]TCR compilation[/url]. it features two (not so rare) games: The Light Corridor and Lotus Esprit Turbo Challenge. Thank to MrNours of MJJ-Prod for the disk. If someone find more compilation from this crew, get in touch with us.

Bold v1.1b is available

June 20, 2004 by Brume

News illustration image A new version of Bold has been posted by Laurent Kermel. Do you remember that great game finally released a few days ago? This is the one! This version fixes the problem with the speed that happened with different versions of TOS.

Download Bold v1.1b. Visit the official website for more information and sign the guestbook by dropping a message to the author Smiley

Shaolin Masters disks

June 18, 2004 by Brume

News illustration image After requests on the forum, we have uploaded four Shaolin Masters menus. Thanks to K-klass (Awesome) and Pugsy for sending them two years ago. Looks like these menus were well spread in England (see Assassin interview on PaCigame) but are very rare now. Feel free to help us to gather more disks ;-)

Grab them all:
- [url=../newsattach/Shaolin]Shaolin Masters disk 15[/url]
- [url=../newsattach/Shaolin]Shaolin Masters disk 34[/url]
- [url=../newsattach/Shaolin]Shaolin Masters disk 57[/url]
- [url=../newsattach/Shaolin]Shaolin Masters comic compact - adults only[/url]

Goto PaciGame for more compacts.

Atari-Forum demo released!

June 17, 2004 by Brume

News illustration image It's a great day! The Atari-Forum is just coming to be published!
The megademo contains 1 intro, 1 main-menu and 11 screens. It has a lot of new tunes, new gfx and great code on it!
Screens has been written by the following sceners: - Tobe (MJJ-Prod) - Simon Sunnyboy (Paradize) - Bruno Padinha - Solo2 (TBC) - Atomus (Noxtra) - Orion - Mr. Nours (MJJ-Prod) - Scheme (Stax) - GT Turbo (Cerebral Vortex).
We feel very honored, thanks to everyone who contributed to this megademo!

Download the demo in just one click: Atari-forum demo and please visit the forum to congratulate the authors ;-)

Zak Hacks 30

June 17, 2004 by Brume

News illustration image According to Grazey of PHF, the Zak Hacks #30 has been published:
107 more SNDH files this time. Including some quite rare Big Alec SID tunes, and also a Sid Sound Designer SID/Digi tune by No More.
SNDH files are a unified format of ST musics, that can be played with SND Player (ST/Falcon), DeliPlayer (PC), WinJam (PC), Audio Overload (MacOSX).

Go to PHF website to download the full disk.

Screenshot of Fascination
Random review

It is 1992, me and my life long Atari ST buddy (Cheers to you R Hellshrieker!) are 12 years old, and we get our hands on a copy of this game. We didn’t know what to expect. The game starts impressive. A very atmospheric, beautifully drawn intro animation, with very moody sampled music. What is this all about? And just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, almost right from the get go, we are treated with (albeit small) digitized shots of a naked lady in the shower. I can assure you, at that moment, the game was turned into an instant classic!

January 8, 2018 by ST Graveyard

Read the review of Fascination

Did you know?

"So we went to Atari and said, 'Hey, we've got this amazing thing, even built with some of your parts, and what do you think about funding us? Or we'll give it to you. We just want to do it. Pay our salary, we'll come work for you.' And they said, 'No.' So then we went to Hewlett-Packard, and they said, 'Hey, we don't need you. You haven't got through college yet.'" -- Apple Computer Inc. founder Steve Jobs, on attempts to get Atari and HP interested in his and Steve Wozniak's personal computer

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