Last Updated: 26th April 2020
ATARI ST Review magazines were published in the UK and were my first computer magazine subscription. I spent many hours playing games, testing the utilities/software and using my Atari ST and coding the programs publsihed in the magazines.
The magazines included 720kb floppy disks containing games, demos and other software for the Atari ST range of computers. Originally the magazines were publsihed by EMAP Images but later the magazines were publsihed by Europress Enterprises and IDG Media. The magazine saw the Atari ST User magazines incorporated into it as demand for Atari ST magazines dwindled. Eventually the Atari ST Review magazine was sold to Future Publishing and incorporated into the ST Format magazines.
ATARI ST Review contained sections covering news, game reviews, previews, tips, help guides, reader's letters, buyer's guides and MIDI.
The first issue was publsihed in May 1992, with a total of 35 issues that were published. The final issue was published in January 1995.
There is an overview written by the Deputy Editor on Wikipedia. Here is a link to the wikipedia article.
Questions relating to this site can be raised on the Atari-Forum.com web forum.
Below is an archive of the 35 issues of Atari ST Review that were publsihed. Click on an image to download the PDF copy of the issue.
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Atari ST Review Coverdisks
Atari ST Review coverdisk contents can be downloaded by clicking on the disk icon.These disks are in MSA format files zipped. You will need an Atari Emulator such as Steem or Hatari to use these disks. Alternately, you could use various tools to write these MSA files back to floppy disk and use them in a real Atari ST.
Most cover disks can also be downloaded from the Zogging Hell website: