In issue 19 we have exclusive interviews with Bill Hogue of Big Five Software (Miner 2049er fame), and Atari founder Nolan Bushnell.
Also this issue we continue our look at Atari history, cover more... More > Atari ST coin-op conversions, report from Retrovision, celebrate the Atari 2600, have an expanded homebrew section plus much more!< Less
In issue 14 of Atari User we have a special feature dedicated to the Atari Lynx - Atari's killer handheld console. We look at the hardware and the games that made this machine great and so ahead of... More > its time.
Also this issue we look at UK publisher Rainbird, and the games they released for the Atari XL/XE and Atari ST.
In ST Coin-Ops we look at hit SNK games ported to the Atari ST, we have a look at Super Sprint on the Atari, and we report from the recent Retro Gaming Revolution event.
Lots of reviews this issue for the 8-bit, Atari ST, 2600, 7800, Jaguar and Atari Falcon. Don't miss the final chapter of our Game Over! series as we uncover yet more unreleased titles for the classic Atari consoles.< Less
In this issue we check out Atari's DOS XE for the 8-bit, look at the different versions of the Commando arcade classic on the Atari, review the Atari scene of the last 12 months and start a new... More > series where we look at one month of Atari history over the years in each issue.
Also, we ask the question: What was the Atari Mirai?, we look at Tradewest's coin-op conversions for the Atari ST, review 2 great wargames from Microprose for the XL/XE, we look at A Byte Before Christmas for the 2600, detail the latest homebrew scene news and we have a ton of reviews for you, covering everything from the VCS to the Atari Jaguar including killer Jaguar game Raiden.< Less
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... More > 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 Jaguar CD, and titles for the Jaguar, 2600, 7800, Atari 5200, ST and XL/XE.< Less
Atari User Issue 17 is crammed full of features, software and hardware reviews.
For the Atari ST we look at the Megafile hard disk, review STAC (the ST adventure creator) and The Battle Of Britain.... More > Our popular ST Coin-op conversions series continues.
For the 8-bit we show you how to get the most out of DOS XE plus look at Hi-Tec software and the games they made.
Lots of reviews this issue for the 2600,7800, Lynx, Jaguar and Atari XL/XE plus all the regular features you've come to love and expect from Atari User!< Less
Atari is turning 40 and we kick off the celebrations with a look at the company of old. Also this issue we pay tribute to Jack Tramiel and take a look at the great products he brought us during his... More > time at Atari and Commodore.
Lots of reviews and coverage of the latest homebrew releases plus our regular features.< Less
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... More > 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.< Less
Atari User is back. This issue we report from the recent Play Expo, and review the new Star Castle game for the Atari 2600.
Elsewhere in the mag we continue our look at Atari history, one month at a... More > time, and feature more ST coin-op conversions. We also look at some 8-bit classic computers from the eighties that didn't make much of an impression.
Lots of reviews this issue including the new Impulse-X for the Atari Jaguar, Protector SE, Ninja Commando, Speed Ace, Airlock and more.< Less