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   Atari Computer Graphics Images Preview Go
A gallery of images made on the Atari 800XL Computer inspired by scifi video games. Page two illustrates the home-made scifi video games made on the Atari 800XL.
   Atari 8-bit Cross-Platform development tools Preview Go
This is the home of ATasm (a MAC/65 compatible cross-platform 6502 macro assembler) and EnvisionPC (a character set and map editor).
   A-Train Systems - Model Railroad Electronics & Control Preview Go
Presenting A-Track - your DCC Buddy - a powerful extension to complement the facilities of your NCE DCC system, designed for ease of use, and complying with the NMRA's Digital Command Control standards. Although originally developed on an Atari XL/XE machine, A-Track is now an application running on a Windows computer, but is still designed to meet the requirements of model railroaders, rather than computer experts. A range of supporting projects, including an automatic railroad crossing controller is also featured.


   Steve's History of Atari Computers Preview Go
Photo galleries of the complete line From 400 to XEGS and ST to Falcon Plus the consoles too... All original screenshots. Lots of hardware images
   Page 6 - New Atari User - Magazine Preview Go
This site is the official on-line archive of Page 6 - the magazine for the dedicated Atari user. Page 6, subsequently renamed New Atari User, was published in the UK between 1983 and 1998.






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