ANALOG Computing was the most popular Atari 8-bit magazine in the U.S. It sometimes also covered the Atari ST. This issue is from 1989, the last year it was published.
The March 1989 issue includes:
- Cartridge Games for Your XEGS – The addition of the XEGS to the Atari line has caused a resurgence of cartridge-based games – old and new – and 130XE and XEGS owners both can take advantage of the fun.
- Pebbles – From ancient Egypt comes this deceptively simple desert game using nothing more than a few holes in the sand and a handful of stones.
- Master Memory Map, Part VIII – The most complete Atari 8-bit memory map ever published in a magazine continues.
- Un-Sprites – Now you can have software-controlled sprites as well as Atari’s player/missile graphics.
- Atari Videodisc System – The secrets of controlling a laser videodisc from your Atari computer.
- DUPing BASIC – This handy patch to DOS 2.5 will automatically switch BASIC on and off as you enter and leave DOS.
- Disk Games for Your XEGS – Did you know that with the addition of a disk drive, all the disk-based games for the 130XE computer will also run on the XE Game System? Here’s a quick overview of some of the exciting games available now.
- Electra-Ball – A challenging, two-player game of strategy and reflexes written in Atari BASIC.
- Database DELPHI
- The End User
- Game Design Workshop
- Reader Comment
- 8-Bit News
- M/L Editor
- Basic Editor II