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by Richard Karsmakers

* = Already published
# = Demo seen
~ = Screenshot(s) seen

- ACC: De ACN Final Virus Killer (Virus Killer, NL version 3.5),
VDU 3.5GB*, VDU 3.6~

- Access: See U.S. Gold

- Ace: Soldier of Light~

- Activision: Championship Sprint, Wonder Boy, Karnov (platform
game), Bangkok Knights, The Last Ninja#, The Incredible
Shrinking Sphere*, Millenium 2.2~ (used to be 2200 A.D.), Galaxy
Force, Altered Beast, Hot Rod, Sonic Boom, Ace Attacker, Die
Hard, Power Drift, Super Wonderboy, Fighting Soccer (the latter
nine are all arcade games for which Activision's Mediagenic
recently acquired the conversion rights), Real Ghostbusters~,
Battletech, Timescanner (pinball machine), Ghostbusters 2

- Actual Screenshots: I Ludicrus*

- Addictive: See Prism Leisure

- Again again: Operation Hormuz, Tracksuit Manager~, Gilbert -
Escape from Drill~

- Alternative Software: Mad Flunky*, Wrangler~, Mystery of the
Indus Valley

- Anco: Maniax~, Kick Off

- Arcana: No Excuses~

- Arttronic: Fast Lane~, Breach (isn't that one OLD?)

- Artworks: Strip Poker II*

- Atari: Hyperpaint, Hyperchart, Hyperdraw

- Audiogenic: Creepy Crawly, Lone Wolf, Mirror of Death

- Axxiom: Power Styx, Gunshoot, Spinworld

- Bomico: Fugger

- Capcom: See U.S. Gold

- Cascade: Air Combat Emulator II~, Implosion, Ring Wars~, Form
Master, Disk 15 (a 15-games compilation disk at £19.95!),
Thunderwing, DNA Warrior

- CDS: Brian Clough's Football Fortunes, Steve Davis' World

- Classic Software: Marksman

- Cobra Soft: Dames 3-D Champion

- Codemasters: Grand Prix Simulator~, Advanced Rugby Simulator~,
Four Soccer Simulations, Super Stunt Man, Rock Star (scenario
sounds a bit like "To be on Top")

- Coktel Vision: Jungle Book, Freedom*, Emmanuelle*, Terrific,
Peter Pan

- Computer Concepts: Fast Assembler

- Cosmi: See Microprose

- Creation: Stormtrooper~

- D3M: Hotball~

- Delphine: See Palace

- Digital Insanity: ST NEWS Volume 4 Issue 3*

- Digital Magic Software: Trained Assassin~, Scorpion~

- Dinamic: See Ocean

- Domark: The Living Daylights, Live and Let Die, Trivial Pursuit
Genus 2, A New Beginning, Vindicators~

- E.A.S.: Zero Gravity*

- Eclipse: Atax~, Growth~

- Electra: Steven's Wonderful Game

- Electric Dreams: See Activision

- Electronic Arts: Hyperdrive, Star Fleet, Dragon Force, Master
Ninja, Twilight's Ransom, Battle Chess, Neuromancer, Ferrari
Formula One~, Fusion~, Sky Fox II, Populous*, Zany Golf~,
Raleigh Formula I, Hawk (flight simulator by Jez San's
Argonaut Software!!)

- Elite: Paperboy~, Space Harrier II~, Ghosts & Goblins~, Mike
Read's Pop Quiz, A Question of Sports*

- Empire Software: Let Sleeping Gods Lie~ (oof! What a title! The
game comes on three disks)

- Ere Informatique: See Infogrames

- Eurosystems: ST Copy V1.2M (A-Copy)*

- Exocet: Hyperdome~

- Exxos: See Infogrames

- Faster than Light: Sundog II, RPV (kinda Starglider), Dungeon
Master extra levels~ (Chaos Strikes Back)

- Firebird: Enlightment, Harvey Headbanger, Magnatron, Rainbow
Islands (new name for Bubble Bobble II, and this is NO version
created by a 'Bubble Bobble Construction Kit'!! - YIPPIE!), 3D

- GfA Systemtechnik: Master CAD#, GfA Publisher, GfA Basic 3.0

- Go!: See U.S. Gold

- Grandslam: Thunderbirds, Espionage, The Running Man~, Dandy

- Gremlin: Blood Valley, Tour de Force, Duel Master, Night Raider,
Aquablast, Hercules Slayer of the Damned, Gary Lineker's Super
Skills, Gary Lineker's Hot Shot, Butcher Hill~, Ultimate Golf~,
Roy of the Rovers* (bbwwaaaarrrrgghhh!)

- Hewson: Roadstar, Stormlord, Astaroth, Netherworld~, Zynaps#,
Kalashnikov, Cybernoid II*, Custodian*, Battle Valley, 5th Gear
(the latter two are budget games on their Racket label),
Onslaught, Scavenger (the latest John Phillips game)

- Imageworks: See Mirrorsoft

- Imagine: See Ocean

- Imagitec: Gemini Wing

- Incentive: See Microprose

- Infocom: Zork Zero (The Revenge of Megaboz)

- Infogrames: Operation Neptune~, North & South (not known
whether or not based on the TV-series), Wanted~, Tin Tin on the
Moon*, Temple of the Flying Saucers~, The Quest for the Time

- Interceptor: Outland~

- Krisalis: Prison~

- Lankhor: Maupiti Island~ (follow-up to Mortville Manor), Vroom,
G'nius, Mechanic Warrior

- Leisure Genius: Monopoly

- Level 9: Gnome Ranger II, Scapeghost, Ingrid's Back

- Linel: Dragonslayer, Crown, Solaria, Dugger*

- Llamasoft: Andes Attack*, Gridrunner* (ooops....hope Stefan
never gets his greedy hands on this one.....)

- Logotron: Xor~, Eye of Horus, Archipelago*, Star Blaze~

- Lucasfilm Games: See U.S. Gold

- Magic Bytes: Paranoia~

- Mandarin Software: Rallyrun, Lombard/RAC Rally*, STOS
Compiler~, STOS Sprite 600~, STOS Maestro Plus~

- Marko Software: Marko Manager

- Martech: Hellfire Attack*

- Mastertronic: Hyperball, Rogue (?!), Kikstart II,
Stormbringer, Dan Dare, Sorcery~, Sorcery+~, Hacker, Bomb
Fusion*, Rigel's Revenge (the latter three at £9.99!), Monopoly
Deluxe, Dreadnought, Aargh, Star Gate, Chase*, Risk~, Shinobi~,
The Ninja Warriors, Continental Circus, Silkworm, Gemini Wing

- Mediagenic: See Activision

- Melbourne House: Metropolis (kinda Brataccas), Grim Blood,
War in Middle Earth*

- Methodic Solutions: Battle Chopper

- Microdeal/Michtron: Black Che, Fright Night#, Insanity Fight,
Talespin (including some adventures made with this Adventure
Creator), J.U.G.*, Guardian Moons~, Hit Disks Two (Time Bandit,
Leatherneck, Major Motion and Tanglewood)

- Microprose: Kennedy Approach*, Airborne Ranger*, Red Storm
Rising, Project: Stealth Fighter, Times of Lore*, Ultima V~,
Dark Side (follow-up to Driller), Total Eclipse, Microprose
Soccer~, Dragonscape*, RVF (motorracing game), Savage, Pirates
(not 'Pirates of the Barbary Coast'!)

- Mirrorsoft/Master Designer/Mindscape/Imageworks: Sindbad*,
King of Chicago#, Obsession, Rocket Ranger~, F-16 Combat*,
Blasteroids*, Interphase~, Orbiter~, Balance of Power 1990,
Deja Vu II, American Ice Hockey, Willow (yep...the movie), The
Colony, DefCon 5~, NavCom 6, Bloodwych~

- Nexus: Chameleon~

- Novagen: Mercenary II: Damocles~ (the release date is now set
to April!), Hell Bent*

- Ocean/Imagine/Taito: Head over Heels, Target Renegade, Combat
School, Vertigo, Rambo III*, Alcon, Gladiator, Operation Wolf*,
Qix, Rastan, Daley Thompson '88, Victory Road~, Gryzor, Guerilla
Wars~, Green Beret (Yippie!!), Dragon Ninja~, Batman*, WEC Le
Mans~, Robocop~, Red Heat~, Run the Gauntlet~, Renegade III,
Voyager 3D (Starglider II-like game), Nightbreed (computer game
of Clive Barker's horror book 'Cabal')

- Origin: See Microprose

- Outlaw: Cosmis Pirate~

- Palace Software: Starship, Rimrunner~, Barbarian II - The
Dungeon of Drax*, Shoot'em up Construction Set, Cosmic Pirate~,
Bio Challenge*

- Pandora: Galdregon's Domain*

- Pick and Choose: Chucky Egg II~

- Precision Software: Superbase Professional Version 3

- Prism Leisure: Terra Force, Hotshot, Rocket Roger, The
Kristal~, Pub Games, Arac, Artificial Dreams~, Hyperforce~

- PSS: Bismarck~

- Psyclapse: See Psygnosis

- Psygnosis: Ballistix*, Aquaventura~, Blood Money~

- Quicksilva: See Grandslam

- Racket: See Hewson

- Rainbird: Under Westminster's Bridge, Dick Special~, Assassin,
Weird Dreams~, City States, Blazing Barrels~ (used to be EPT),
Verminator~, Myth~ (this is a Magnetic Scrolls adventure, only
for sale for members of The Official Secrets Club)

- Rainbow Arts: Down at the Trolls*, Dragon's Flight#, Arthur &
Marthur (Giana Twins in Futureland), The Deep*, Spherical#

- Random Access: Silkworm

- Red Rat Software: Speed Run~, Quartet Gold (= Screaming Wings +
Pengy + The Secret of Steel + Cosmos), Red Ace, Time Runner

- Sales Curve: Silkworm~

- Satory: Hotball~, Reporter

- Screen 7: Jaws, Steigar, High Steel

- Sierra on Line: Thexder~, Space Snatchers, Mickey's Space
Adventure, Looking for Love - in Several Wrong Places* (Leisure
Suit Larry II!), Kings Quest IV - The Perils of Rosella~,
Police Quest II - The Vengeance*, Goldrush

- Silmaril: Chase Manhattan~

- Softek: Winter's Tale (Garfield II), Deskwrite (£50 DTP)

- Softex: Dungeon Master Editor - The Ultimate Cheat Routine~

- Software Horizons: See Microprose

- Spectrum Holobyte: See Mirrorsoft

- Strategic Simulations Inc./Origin: Shards of Spring
(Intermediate SSI adventure), Pools of Radiance, Stellar
Crusade, Shiloh: Grant's Trail/West, Warship, Heroes of the
Lance*, Realm of the Trous

- STRIKE-a-LIGHT: Virus Fixer*, Pro Wijsneus*, Safeback Plus*

- SubLOGIC: Star Scenery Disks (said to be available?!)

- System 3: See Activision

- Thalamus: Quedex, Search for Sharla, Bamboo, Xenodrome,
Hunter's Moon, Armalyte, Hawkeye, Sanxion (!!)

- The Edge: Risk, Inside Outing, Fairlight Trilogy, Bobby
Bearing, Raffles* (kinda "Crafton & Xunk")

- Titan Games: Blackscar~

- Titus: Off Shore Warrior*, Crazy Cars II*, Titan~, Galactic
Conquerer~, Knight Force

- Tommy Software: Laser Deluxe (laserprint utility), Lispas II,
Soundmachine ST*, MegaPaint 2.0#, MegaPaint Junior*

- Tynesoft: Blood Sever, Circus Games*, Superman - Black Monday*,
Mayday Squad~

- Ubi-soft: Iron Lord~, Zombie, Final Command~, Skateball, Night

- U.S. Gold: Charlie Chaplin~, Road Blasters~, The Games (Winter
Edition)*, The Games (Summer Edition), Spy vs. Spy III,
California Games, Tower Toppler, Street Cat, Technocop* (the
latter few are all Epyx U.S.A. releases), Black Tiger~, Red
Storm, Last Duel~, Forgotten Worlds, L.E.D. Storm*, Tiger Road,
Human Killing Machine~, Joan of Arc, Indiana Jones - The last
Crusade, Strider, Forgotten Worlds, Moonwalker (hold me - I've
got to vomit), Heavy Metal (this sounds MUCH better!), Outrun
Europe~, Zak McKracken*, Vigilante, Battlehawks 1942~, Barbie
Construction Kit (rumoured Epyx release)

- Vektor Graphics: Bomber~ (seems to promise a lot)

- Virgin: See Mastertronics

- White Panther Publishing: Quasar (French oldie?), Alpha Max One

- Word Perfect Corporation: Word Perfect 5.0, Data Perfect, Plan

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.