Games and Reviews
large section that one day hopes to review every game on the Atari
ST. Far from complition though...
Overall Atari Games?
remains of our game ranking tables, that died a death in around
you've bought an ST then...
first in a series of guides for new users (i.e. people who've picked
an ST or clone secondhand)
guide to the GEM Desktop
second of Zogging Hell's guides to using an Atari ST. This time
covering the built in operating system interface GEM (or the horrible
green puke screen as it is alternatively known).
Disks and Disk Drives
look into the curious world of the ST floppy drive. Part 3 of the
Disks On The ST
look at the various monitor solutions on the Atari ST.
plethora of useful information. Hopefully explaining what all those
things mean that you can never understand. It's unfinished but can
only get better. Long time Zogging Hell readers may notice that
this is the glossary from the old ST Compatible section repackaged,
er well you caught me red handed there, and there's nothing you
can do about it.
guide and brief history/timeline to the different operating systems
on the Atari ST.
short guide to the ST's auto folder and what it can do for you.
Info Pages. This page has been superseded by far better TT owners
pages out there, but we'll continue to update it now and then.
Zogging Hell staltwart, the coverdisk sections were initially created
to preserve the coverdisks of as many Atari magazines as possible.
It has fallen slightly into disrepair and there are some sections
that need sorting out. Hopefully 2012 will show some progress on
downloads from games to applications. This section is actually near
the end of its life as we have an all new software preservation
section planned, and this might go to stop overlap.
disk section, which will attempt to preserve the well known (bar
Floppyshop, who's CDs can be found around the interweb) and lesser
known PD catalogues from the ST's golden era. We would seriously
appreciate copies in un-imaged (i.e. not MSA or ST please) zipped
format of any PD disks you may have.