- Category Archives Atari 8-bit
ANALOG Computing was the longest lasting magazine dedicated to the Atari 8-bit line of computers (though it also had some coverage of the Atari ST at times) and the last major one to cease publication. The November 1989 issue includes:
- Memory Match – A sound-enhanced version of the ever popular concentration-type matching game.
- Title Maker – This utility will help you create attractive screens that remain on your display as your main program is loading.
- BASIC Utility Package – BASIC programmers will enjoy this set of RAM-resident programming utilities.
- Atari U.K. Show – Come with us on a short tour of a recent ST show in merry old England.
- Survey Sweepstakes – Here’s your chance to play a version of a popular TV game show on your Atari.
- The Assembler/Editor Reference – For those who purchased the Atari Assembler/Editor cartridge without a manual, help is on its way.
- The 1989 ANALOG Gift Guide – Need some gift ideas for that special computer person?
- The Animation Stand: Special Effects – Maurice explains how to add some unusual effects to your computer animations.
- Dialog Boxes with GFA BASIC 3.0 – Part 1 of a complete tutorial on programming dialog boxes in this popular language.
- Changing Patterns
- MT-32 Controller
- Talespin and STAC
- The ST Gameshelf
- Captain Fizz
- Twilight’s Ransom
- The Personal Publisher
- Ian’s Quest
- The End User
- Database DELPHI
- Boot Camp
- From Over the Big Water
- The Compukid Connection
- BASIC Training
- PD Parade
- Assembly Line
- The ST Macintosh
- Reader Comment
- News Clips
- Disk Contents
- M/L Editor