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If you are thinking about ordering previous issues of ST NEWS, we
hereby supply you with a list of contents of some recent issues
of our disk magazine.

ST NEWS Volume 4 Issue 1
Published on Saturday, February 18th 1989
Size: 296683 bytes on 1 disk, approximately 3970000 bytes

Solution to Larry II
Solution to Fish!
The Divine Dessert
The Chocolate Mousse Peckers
Men and Women are not Alike
Software Piracy Part II
The ST's Virus
Pop Poll
Did you know that....
ST Software News
Stop Press
Our Correspondence Address
ST NEWS Colofon
How to order Back-issues
Soon Coming in ST NEWS
Forth Course Part XIII
Heroes of the Lance (Crimson's Column)
The Wizards Part IV: Graphics
Scrolling Mcode & Basic
Desktop Selector
Captain Fizz meets the Blastertrons
The President is Missing
Circus Games
Rambo III
Spitting Image
Union Demo
Neodesk 2.0
Sound Machine ST
Multiface ST
Cambridge Computer Z88

ST NEWS Volume 4 Issue 2
Published on Saturday, February 18th 1989
Size: 306669 bytes on 1 disk, approximately 352669 bytes

Solution to The Grail
Solution to Lurking Horror
The ST's Virus Part.....
A visit to TEX (Part I & II)
The Adventure Disk
PC '89 Show
About Jean Michel Jarre
The world is FLAT!
Pop poll
Did you know that...
ST Software News
Stop Press
Correspondence Address
Hwo to order Back Issues
Soon Coming in ST NEWS
Formatting in machine code
Crimson's Colulm - Larry II
Wizards Part V
Ballistix review
Barbarian II review
War in Middle Earth review
The Last Ninja review
Police Quest II review
Larry II review
J.U.G. review
The 2nd owners manual
K-rhymes review
Protext office review
QL-emulator review

The text of the articles is identical to the originals like they appeared in old ST NEWS issues. Please take into consideration that the author(s) was (were) a lot younger and less responsible back then. So bad jokes, bad English, youthful arrogance, insults, bravura, over-crediting and tastelessness should be taken with at least a grain of salt. Any contact and/or payment information, as well as deadlines/release dates of any kind should be regarded as outdated. Due to the fact that these pages are not actually contained in an Atari executable here, references to scroll texts, featured demo screens and hidden articles may also be irrelevant.