CSB: The ST Format scans

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CSB: The ST Format scans

Post by boyflea » 29-Jan-15 20:39

Hi,
by chance, if you are looking for all the latest Atari ST CSB tips from 1991/92, then please help yourself to this updated link:
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ev089o2hx7s2 ... hah5a?dl=0

and yes, it contains spoilers. :)

With enormous thanks to the modestly monikered Jez - who has been tirelessly archiving all the ST Formats online - please take a moment to check out his site:
his work helps support any and all Atari-ST affiliated communities, and Dungeon Master was arguably the ST's biggest hit.

Check it, browse, indulge, re-live... :)
http://www.stformat.com/

And keep up to date with the Facebook updates here:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/ST-Forma ... 86?fref=ts


I have included links to a work-in-progress collection of hints and tips for CSB (and a couple of DM) from the original ST-Format magazines.
The scans make sense in themselves and details are in the spreadsheet.

Enjoy!
(PS: Yes I managed to get some hints published in ST Format, but my CSB one is still missing... :) }

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Re: CSB: The ST Format scans

Post by Ameena » 29-Jan-15 21:25

Cool, my dad used to get ST Format - so many of our disks were free cover disks from that magazine. My dad kept them (the mags, not the floppies) in a cupboard and there were a couple of large stacks of them. One of them had a full walkthrough to Monkey Island and I can remember looking through it to find all the answers for the Insult Swordfighting because I hadn't memorised them all at that point (I was probably about seven years old or something) :D. We don't have them any more, though - my dad got rid of them years ago.
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Re: CSB: The ST Format scans

Post by oh_brother » 29-Jan-15 22:01

AH, that brings back some memories!

We were mainly an ST User household, but when that started disappearing we moved onto ST Format.

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Re: CSB: The ST Format scans

Post by boyflea » 11-Dec-17 09:55

Finally: as an update, all the magazines are now available online:-
http://www.stformat.com/

You know when you've done something but have no record of it... then you start doubting yourself...?
So I went back and had a look... and lo - 'Mr D . R Gumble of Ware...'
I eventually found my one claim to fame...
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http://www.atarimania.com/atari-magazin ... _1207.html

...another part of me can finally go and lay down. ;)
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