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May 21, 2021 by ST Graveyard
Today we have an interview with Jani Penttinen and Matti Mäenpää, the creators of the original Utopos game for the Atari STe. If you want to learn more about history of Utopos, the demo scene and the game industry from the good old days, read on!
April 26, 2021 by ST Graveyard
We have a new interview up with Jonathan Thomas, creator of Lotus STe. This interview is filled to the brim with technical details of this new production as well as some history of his other ST endeavors.
April 14, 2021 by ST Graveyard
We are proud to present an indepth interview with Sébastien Laborie (aka Orion) of Replicants/Fuzion fame. Séb is responsible for creating the ultimate, working version of the game Son Shu Shi to the ST Community. If you are interested in the glory days of Atari ST cracking groups, this is something for you.
April 11, 2021 by ST Graveyard
It has finally happened, we are announcing a massive update. Our coder Nico managed to finally merge Stonish.net. This was planned for a loooong time.
You will notice a new button in the top bar called 'Menus'. This will lead you to the main menus page. You will also see a big difference in the game detail pages, as now a list of all menudisks, that contain the specific game, is displayed.
All menudisks are available for download in the AL database and all games are directly linked.
A big thanks to Nico!
March 27, 2021 by ST Graveyard
After our last video about the history of Son Shu Shi over at the Youtube channel, it is now time to talk to the original developers. In the interview with the Kral brothers we talk about the 80's, classic home-computers and life as a game developer / democoder / hacker.
December 27, 2020 by ST Graveyard
Thomas Niemann (aka Schlampf) wanted to share his dream Atari STe with you all. Over the years, he has been enhancing the machine with all kinds of hardware mods and in this write up you can find out all the juicy details. A must read for hardware hackers! Enjoy.
This game is good, very good for a few hours. Then, after completing all the circuits twice, you'll quickly lose interest... but it's still worth a try.
July 31, 2001 by LorenzoMore
The creator of the ST was a guy named Shiraz Shivji, who was also the main engineer behind the Commodore 64.
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