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Audio Exposure ST - Remix CD unveiled

May 22, 2004 by Silver Surfer

News illustration image Completely out of the blue, Rich Davey creator of the famous LGD website has released a remix CD, containing some very exciting tracks.

The Cd contains the following classic tracks

Rings of Medusa
Syntax Terror Fletch
The Killing Game Show
Mindbomb demo
There aren't any sheeps in outer mongolia

Please visit http://audioexposure.atari.org/ to check this out!

Zak Hacks 28

May 17, 2004 by Grazey

News illustration image Grazey's Zak Hacks #28

Finally after a 6 month break I bring some more SNDH's for your delectation.

In the archive you'll find tunes by :

Huelsbeck,Iso, Jason, JB 007, Jedi, Jerowksi Jet Power, JMP, Johnson, Jones, Jookie, Joseph Jovis, Kanewood, Kelly, Ksouri, Lap, Lowe Chilton, Connolly, Dalecki, Hagar.

Plus a crappy old PHF intro.

139 SNDH files <-> 337 tunes.

From http://phf.atari.org


Discuss this news at atari-forum

Grenobeul Bibine Coding Party photos

May 10, 2004 by Strider

News illustration image The little Grenobeul-Bibine-Coding Party has just ended. You can leech the photos on this page: http://toxicmag.planet-d.net/photos/aconit/aconit_04_en.html

No Fragments volume 3

May 6, 2004 by Brume

News illustration image We received today a new CD done by Lotek Style of TSCC. This time it features most of the demos created for parties during 1993-2001. Another must-have CD!

The content of THIS CD features partyreleases from 34 atari related events. They aren't archived so that you have direct access to them.

Thanks to Cyclone/XTroll for uploading the whole CD.
For fast download, grab the whole CD with BitTorrent: No Fragments volume 3.

Atari-forum Demo first screen!

April 30, 2004 by Brume

News illustration image We have received an impressive screen from sceners: a beautiful screen coded by Tobe (also author of Roger), painted by C-Rem (talented gfx-man from MJJ-Prod) and tuned by 505 (famous composer from Checkpoint)! This screen displays 128 colors and was fully coded in GFA Basic.Indeed! It's named Tribute to Rainbow Tos because Atari-forum logo uses cycled colors, similar to the logo that appears on TOS 1.62 (but far better). We weren't able to resist to post this shot, even though we shouldn't.

The screen will be included into the Atari-forum Demo. Deadline for contributions is May 1st 2004. See this topic for more details.

Mug UK has imaged Quartet Rips

April 30, 2004 by Brume

News illustration image Two rare demos have been imaged yesterday by Mug UK (also known to be one of the best rippers around). They consist in both disks of ripped Quartet tunes. Musics are coming from famous games such as Speedball 2, Fire and Brimstone, Shadow of the Beast, ...
Also all tunes are available separatly (in Quartet format, of course).

- Download Quartet Rips #1
- Download Quartet Rips #2
- Visit the forum for links to separated tunes.

Screenshot of Xenon 2 - Megablast
Random review

Again, this is a straight forward shoot 'em up. Kill everything that moves. But it's one of the best ever made, even by today's standards. From the moment the intro starts playing, combined with the Bomb the Bass soundtrack, you know you're in for a treat...

June 17, 2001 by ST Graveyard


Did you know?

Jack Tramiel bought Atari's home computer and home videogame business in 1984.

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