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February 1989 issue of Analog Computing
ANALOG Computing was probably the most popular Atari 8-bit magazine, at least in the U.S. This is a very late issue as 1989 was the last year of publication for ANALOG. The February 1989 issue includes:
- Trial by Fire – Save bouncing babies from a burning nursery in this clever and hilarious Action! game.
- Color Set – Get your Atari’s color registers set just the way you want them with this “visual” aid.
- Master Memory Map, Part VII – The official ANALOG Computing Atari memory map continues.
- Bits & Pieces: UPS – The good doctor shows you how to build an uniteruptable power supply for your 8-bit computer.
- ANALOG Reader Survey – Here’s your chance to tell us what you want to see in your favorite Atari magazine.
- Variable Name Table Editor – Want to rename variables without having to go through the entire program, changing them one by one? This utility will do the trick.
- Star Rider – This action arcade shoot-’em-up comes all the way from merry old England.
- XF551 Disk Drive (Atari Corp.)
- Print Power (Hi-Tech Expressions)
- Boot Camp
- Games Design Workshop
- Database Delphi
- The End User
- Reader Comment
- 8-Bit News
- BASIC Editor II
- M/L Editor