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Let's take a history class and delve deep into the past of Atari Legend. Or maybe you are curious and want to take a peak at what is still to come? Who are the people behind this project? Or maybe you feel like helping out? Check out this section. More

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Interview with Cédric Bourse, the creator of Escape 2042

July 3, 2018 by ST Graveyard

News illustration image An exciting new update for you all. Cédric Bourse (aka Orion_) was so kind to share some words with us and talk about his latest release Escape 2042. Enjoy the full interview.

Interview with Tord Jansson

June 28, 2018 by ST Graveyard

News illustration image It is with great pleasure, and even a little bit of pride, that I'm doing the following announcement. We were able to talk with Tord Jansson. Tord was one of the members of the Swedish software company Unique Developments. He has given us a lot of history and details on the company that pushed the boundaries of the ST with games like Obsession and Substation. I'm sure a lot of people are gonna love this.

A very big thank you to Tord for sharing this wealth of information with the scene.

Escape 2042 - The Truth Defenders released on the STe

June 24, 2018 by ST Graveyard

News illustration image This week, a new game by Orion_ was released for the Atari STe called Escape 2042. It is well worth the 5 Euro asking price. The game can be bought here. Make sure to read our in-depth review.

A big thank you to Orion_ for making this happen. Best of luck with the sales!

New interview with Nick Harper

June 1, 2018 by ST Graveyard

A new interview with the creator of the game Ozone has been added to our ever growing database. Meet Nick Harper! Enjoy the interview.

The new 'article' section is online

May 17, 2018 by ST Graveyard

Hello everybody,

After quite awhile, Atari Legend has finally gotten a new upgrade. We have been working daily. Lot's of stuff has been done on the back-end (which you can check out for yourself when you log in, should you be interested). However, the most noticable change is the new Articles section. I've written a first restoration article. I hope to do more of these things in the future and share my knowledge with those interested.

The next upgrade will be all about games. It will be worth the wait.

Take care.

Yes we are still alive!

April 22, 2018 by Brume

News illustration image Over two months have passed since the last announcement. Our team of developers is still hyper active and continuesly working on the project. Fixing bugs, enhancing the experience ... And also, as promised, new features should soon be added.
At the same time, our database team is constantly correcting data and adding new titles very regularly. We do not post an announcement for each change that is done (you could check the change log for an overview). We hope the database starts to give you satisfaction and is getting more complete. Feel free to post a comment if you see a problem, we'll correct it immediately.
Finally, at the beginning of the year, we also received a huge donation of 130 games and software from Maho in Lyon (Virtual Worlds on the left was one of the games he sent). A big thanks to him for the 5 big parcels we received. A real treasure! We are listing, dumping and scanning the whole thing. The scans of the boxes are added progressively on the site, and the dumps will be available as soon as the Download part will be operational.
So stay connected, because the best is yet to come

Screenshot of Wings of Death
Random review

Well, if you're a shooter fan, you'll play this game to death! "Wings of Death" is without a doubt one of the best shooters available. Personally, I think "Xenon 2 - Megablast" looks a bit better. But it's just as fun to play!

April 4, 2002 by ST Graveyard


Did you know?

The Atari symbol is known as the "Fuji" because of its resemblance to Mt. Fuji.

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