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==History==
 
==History==
The Atari ST was the successor of the [[Atari 8-bit]] line of computers.
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The Atari ST was the successor of the [[Atari 8-bit computers|Atari 8-bit]] line of computers.
  
 
It was designed by [[Atari, S.A.|Atari Corporation]], which was the company that [[Jack Tramiel]] bought when he left [[Commodore International]].  
 
It was designed by [[Atari, S.A.|Atari Corporation]], which was the company that [[Jack Tramiel]] bought when he left [[Commodore International]].  

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Atari ST
DesignerAtari Corporation
ManufacturerAtari Corporation
CPU8-16 Mhz Motorola 68000
GraphicsColor: 320 × 200, 16 out of 512 colors
Color: 640 × 200, 4 out of 512 colors
Monochrome: 640 × 400
RAM512 KB to 1 MB
MediaFloppy disk, CD-ROM
ReleaseJune 1985-1993
Added to museumNot yet

Atari ST is a line of computers.

History

The Atari ST was the successor of the Atari 8-bit line of computers.

It was designed by Atari Corporation, which was the company that Jack Tramiel bought when he left Commodore International.

As such, the Atari ST was a direct competitor of the Amiga.

Release

It was sold from June 1985 to 1993.

Emulated Atari ST games owned by WEC Museum

Title Developer Released Added to Museum Notes
Simulcra Graftgold 1989 May 17, 2018 The Atari ST version is on The Graftgold Collection owned by the WEC Museum.
Super Off Road Graftgold 1989 May 17, 2018 The Atari ST version is on The Graftgold Collection owned by the WEC Museum.
Paradroid Graftgold 1990 May 17, 2018 The Atari ST version is on The Graftgold Collection owned by the WEC Museum.
Realms Graftgold 1991 May 17, 2018 The Atari ST version is on The Graftgold Collection owned by the WEC Museum.
Fire & Ice Graftgold 1992 May 17, 2018 The Atari ST version is on The Graftgold Collection owned by the WEC Museum.