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A.N.A.L.O.G. The Magazine for Atari Computer Owners Volume 1, Number 2


Issue Date Title
1 January/February, 1981 *Missing from Collection*
2 March/April, 1981 New Products
3 May/June 1981 Languages for your Computer
4 July/August, 1981 (?) Space Games Reviewed
5 September/October, 1981 (?) *Missing from Collection*
6 May/June, 1982 (?) Maniac Typing Trainer
7 July/August, 1982 Stereo Graphics
8 September/October, 1982 Budget Programs Review
9 November/December, 1982 Spectacular Holiday Issue
10 January/February, 1983 Super Adventure Games Issue
11 April/May, 1983 Adventure in the 5th Dimension!
12 July/August, 1983 Disk Speed Checker
13 September/October, 1983 BASIC Utilities Compared
14 November/December, 1983 Tools and Utilities Issue
15 January, 1984 Inside the new 600XL
16 February, 1984 Atari Graphics
17 March, 1984 Special Disk Issue
18 April, 1984 Adventure
19 June, 1984 Telecommunications and the Atari
20 July, 1984 Atari Games!
21 August, 1984 Atari Printer Utilities
22 September, 1984 Education and the Atari
23 October, 1984 Fire Bug - The Ultimate Magazine Game
24 November, 1984 AtariCon Report
25 December, 1984 Goodies to Stuff Your Stocking
26 January, 1985 Atari Graphics
27 February, 1985 Adventure at Vandenberg A.F.B.
28 March, 1985 The Atari and Money Management
29 April, 1985 Atari and CES
30 May, 1985 The ANALOG Computing Telecommunications System
31 June, 1985 Personal Planning Calendar
32 July, 1985 Atari's 520ST - Our First Impressions
33 August, 1985 The Atari and Music
34 September, 1985 The Atari and Education
35 October, 1985 Printers and the Atari
36 November, 1985 Special Games Issue
37 December, 1985 Special Holiday Issue
38 January, 1986 Graphics Issue
39 February, 1986 Whose Machine is the Real Challenger in Home Computing?
40 March, 1986 Applications Issue
41 April, 1986 Adventure Issue
42 May, 1986 Modern Relief for Modern Problems
43 June, 1986 Atari in the Home: A Piece of Cake
44 July, 1986 Special Hardware Issue
45 August, 1986 Special Language Issue
46 September, 1986 June CES Report
47 October, 1986 The ANALOG Computing Database
48 November, 1986 Atari Status Report
49 December, 1986 Holiday Issue
50 January, 1987 Graphics Issue
51 February, 1987 Sixth Anniversary Issue
52 March, 1987 Entertainment Issue
53 April, 1987 For Telecommunications Assistance
54 May, 1987 Special Music Issue
55 June, 1987 Programming Issue
56 August, 1987 Four-Star Software Issue
57 September, 1987 Home Use
58 October, 1987 Adventure Issue
59 April, 1988 Buyer's Guide: Shopping for the Computer User
60 May, 1988 Video Game Digest
61 June, 1988 GEM Setup
62 July, 1988 Telecommunications Coverage
63 August, 1988 Crisis Center
64 September, 1988 Entertainment Issue
65 October, 1988 What's New at CES
66 November, 1988 Slave II
67 December, 1988 Arcade Fun!
68 January, 1989 Two Arcade Games Inside
69 February, 1989 Type In Software
70 March, 1989 A Videodisc Control System for your Atari
71 April, 1989 Krazy Mazes/Pixel Averaging/Univert
72 May, 1989 The Original Boot Camp Returns
73 June, 1989 Special Adventure Issue
74 July, 1989 Special Graphics Issue
75 August, 1989 Use the Atari Light Gun in Your Own Programs
76 September, 1989 Program your XF551 Disk Drive
77 October, 1989 Special Games Issue
78 November, 1989 Holiday Gift Guide
79 December, 1989 Double the Storage Capacity of your Megafile Hard Drive!

A.N.A.L.O.G (for Atari News And Lots Of Games) was a magazine dedicated to the Atari line of computers. It was published starting in early 1981. The December 1989 issue was the final one under this title.

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