Sunday, December 30, 2012

Atari User Sale Now On!



Atari User Back Issue Sale Now On!



The Atari User Back Issue Sale is now on! For every back issue you purchase before the end of January 5th 2013, we’ll send you another back issue completely FREE. Buy 2, get 2 FREE, buy 6, get six FREE!
We’ll email you after you complete your purchase to find out which FREE issues you’d like.  Order your back issues today from Atari User  and take advantage of this limited time offer!

Saturday, December 22, 2012

Atari User Issue 21 is out now!



Folks, Atari User Issue 21 is here, and just in time for Christmas.

This issue is full of reviews, including the new Star Castle game for the Atari 2600 and Impulse-X for the Atari Jaguar. We continue our in-depth look at Atari through the years, one month at a time, and cover yet more coin-op conversions for the Atari ST.

Also this issue a show report from the recent Play Expo, news, our dedicated homebrew column, a look at British 8-bit micros that didn't make it, and a lot more!

The latest issue is available to buy as a PDF download from Atari User and in print editions from Magcloud and Lulu . The magcloud edition is full colour, glossy, and the Lulu edition has black and white interior pages with a full color quality cover.

Friday, December 7, 2012

New Atari book launched!




Long time Atari enthusiasts and historians Curt Vendel and Marty Goldberg have released their new book Atari Inc: Business is Fun .
Several years in the making, and weighing in at 800 pages, the book covers the often called golden years of Atari, before the company was off-loaded by Warner Communications to Jack Tramiel.
With hundreds of pictures, many of them never published before, interviews and factual information, this book aims to be the definitive historical piece to Atari history and puts to bed many myths about the company once and for all.

Atari Inc: Business is fun is available now from Amazon in the USA, and from Amazon UK.  It is a must buy purchase for any Atari enthusiast as well as anyone else with a broader interest in video gaming history.