"Atari.org is a non-commercial service dedicated
to the Atari home- and personal-computer users as well as the Classic
Video Game enthusiasts all over the world. By offering the most
up-to-date news, forums to exchange opinions, hints and support, a
comprehensive search engine, web-hosting for Atari computer or
video-game related pages as well as subdomains and email-forwarding, we
are doing our best to give the Atari enthusiasts from all over the world
a home on the web."
"Atarimania aims to offer a complete
historical tour to the new or experienced Atari user. From the company's
humble beginnings to its demise as a hardware manufacturer in the
nineties, we hope to provide you lots of original content in all forms:
databases, catalogs, magazine scans and much, much more! In addition to
the unique material on the site, Atarimania also hosts two massive
on-going projects: a highly detailed listing of ALL 2600 cartridges and
a gigantic database of ALL Atari 8-bit software, complete with all the
information you can dream of!"
Atari Historical Society - "This
site is the culmination of years of research and hard work by
enthusiasts with the support of numerous former and current Atari
employees and is intended to provide images and information on all
areas of Atari. Our mission is the preservation of all
things Atari (Its history, products and knowledge.) This site
provides information, images and personal stories on all items
produced by Atari as well as news and links to further assist any and
all individuals interested in learning more about the company that
helped to pioneer and shape many areas of Video Arcade Entertainment,
Home Consumer Electronics, Personal Computer Systems and much, much
BOOKS AND MAGAZINES
The official on-line archive of Page 6 (New Atari
User) - the magazine for the dedicated Atari user. Also contains
hundreds of downloadable public domain disks for both Atari 8-bit
and ST machines.
On-line archive of the UK Atari Computer Owners Club Magazine -
the text of classic Atari books and much more ... "Preserving and
archiving information about & software for Atari computers.
Everything here is available with the permission of the copyright
The Digital Antic Project - "Antic magazine was
one of the very best magazines devoted to 8-bit Atari computers. Antic,
like Atari computers, has been forgotten by all but a small minority...
The Digital Antic Project is a small crusade to put all of the old
issues of Antic, and its sister magazines STart and Antic Amiga Plus, on
the Internet". As well as Antic, this site now contains the full
text of STart, Creative Computing and Hi-res magazines.
A sister site to atariarchives.org, this one "makes
classic flight simulation books available on the web".
"ST NEWS was an Atari ST/TT/Falcon multimedia disk
magazine, edited by Stefan Posthuma and Richard Karsmakers, that thrived
from the summer of 1986 to the summer of 1996. During that time, a
variety of things happened to both the magazine and the 'scene' it was
part of, quite a few of which are chronicled on this site.". The UK
distribution of ST News was handled by Page 6 up until 1993.
Home of APE - "APE is an astounding new product
that unleashes the POWER of your Atari 8 Bit computer, by making all the
resources of your PC available for its use! Using only an inexpensive PC
to Atari interface cable, APE provides super enhanced disk drive, modem,
printer, ApeLoader Interactive Menu, PC MIRROR services, AND MORE!"
Atari 800 Win Plus - the Atari 8-bit emulator for
"SainT is an ATARI-ST emulator running on Windows
(9x,NT,2000,XP) based machines. SainT was one of the first "cycle
accurate" ATARI emulator. Cycle accuracy is very suitable to emulate
ATARI demos. For those who don't know anything about demos, just know
that's program pushing the hardware to the max. (more colors, more
screen resolution, more speed, etc.). Of course SainT can run ATARI
"Steem is a Freeware Atari STE emulator for Windows and
Linux. It is being updated regularly and runs almost every ST program
ever made without any problems. Steem is designed to be easy to use and
has many unique features. Whether you want to run great old games, use
MIDI apps just like you did on the ST or you have some other, more
sinister motive, Steem is the emulator for you!"