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What can I do with these ST disks?

Postby DragonsLover » Wed Jan 23, 2008 12:26 am

I don't know if it's the correct place to write this, sorry if it isn't.

I'm just wondering : I've got back tons of ST disks and I wonder if these may be useful for some people or not. There are some I really don't know what they are and if they're original (in the "Others" section below). Here's the list of them :

Games :

- Addams Family
- Alpha Waves (ST & PC, original disk)
- Badlands Pete (original disk)
- Batman : The Movie (Disk 1 & 2, original disks)
- Battle Chess (Disk 1 & 2, original disks)
- BRAT (Disk 1 & 2)
- Captive (Disk 1 & 2 twice)
- Chaos Strikes Back (with two utility disks)
- Dungeon Master (original disk)
- Flood
- Ghouls & Ghosts (Disk 1 & 2)
- HacMan 2
- Homicide (FR)
- Infestation
- Leader Board (original disk)
- Loom (Disk 1, 2 & 3)
- Magic Pockets
- Maupiti Island (FR, Disk 1 & 2)
- Mickey Mouse (all-in-one disk)
- Moon Base (original disk)
- Murder In Space
- NOVA
- OIDO (original disk)
- Pang
- Parasol Stars
- Populous (twice, one is the original)
- Populous II
- Push Over (Disk 1 & 2)
- Rainbow Island (all-in-one disk)
- Rick Dangerous II
- Roadwar 2000 (original disk)
- Shadow of the Beast II (Disk 1 & 2)
- Sherman M4 (Disk 1 & 2, disk 1 is original)
- S.T.U.N. Runner (original disk)
- Troubadours (FR, Disk 1 & 2, both are original disks)
- Turrican II
- Vroom (has a little bug that requires to reset the ST when Game Over)
- Zany Golf (Disk 1 & 2, has a little bug that requires to reset the ST when Game Over)

Disks of magazines :

- FaSTer (Volume 1, Number 3)
- Public Domain Cover Disk 2
- START (Volume 3, Number 8)
- START (Volume 4, Number 2)
- ST Action Games Disk 16
- ST Format (unknown number, there's Write ON at the top of the cover disk)
- ST Format (unknown number, there's K-SPREAD 2 at the top of the cover disk)
- ST Format (unknown number, there's SPECTRUM 512 and SPEC CODE on the cover disk)
- ST Format (unknown number, there's GFA Draft Plus 3 at the top of the cover disk)
- ST Format (unknown number, there's SOUND & VISION at the top of the cover disk)
- ST Format (unknown number, there's ANIMASTER and STOS on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 17 (with Captive demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 19 (with Champion of the Raj demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 20 (with Turrican II demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 23 (with 3D Construction Kit demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 24 (with ATOMINO and LLAMATRON demos on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 25 (with Mega-Lo-Mania demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 26 (with Magic Pockets demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 27 (with Rolling Ronny demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 28 (with MiG-29M SUPERFULCRUM demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 29 (with Daylight Robbery demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 30 (with Populous II and Baby Jo demos on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 31 (with Revenge of the Mutant Camel demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 32 (with Knightmare demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 33 (with Leander demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 34 (with CAMPAIGN demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 35 (with Pacific Islands demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 36 (with Fire and Ice demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 37 (with Droid and International Sports Challenge on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 38 (with Sensible Soccer demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 39 (with Dynamo demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 40.1 (with Cybernetix demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 40.2 (with Talespin on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 41.1 (with Air Support demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 41.2 (with ProText 4.3 on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 43 (with Noddy's Playtime demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 45 (with No Second Prize demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 48 (with Colour Clash on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 56 (with F1 demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 60 (with SnacMan on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 61 (with Well Pro on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 62 (with Medieval Chess on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 63 (twice, with Quill and H.E.R.O. demos on them)
- ST Format Cover Disk 64a (twice, with Starball on them)
- ST Format Cover Disk 64b (twice, with Personal Pascal on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 65 (with JetPac on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 68 (twice, with Magic StoryBook demo on them)
- ST Format Cover Disk 69 (twice, with Obsession on them)
- ST Magazine N.64
- ST Magazine N.67
- ST Magazine N.77
- ST Magazine (unknown number, the cover disk is red and contains NeoChrome Master, Protracker, Fast Copy 3, Sapristi and more)

Others (not in alphabetical order):

- B-SOFT
- MELI-MELO (FR?)
- ORTHO-CM (FR)
- GEM LABEL (FR?)
- Class (FR?)
- First Word + (twice)
- PrintMaster Plus (twice)
- IMPrint (Version 1.24C, twice)
- Bentley Bear Equation Builder
- U.S.A. Language Disk
- STe Language Disk (English-USA)
- Deluxe Paint ST (Program Disk)
- Deluxe Paint ST (Art Disk)
- Deluxe Paint ST (Animation Disk)
- Spectrum 512 (Software from THE CATALOG)
- Spectrum 512
- Noddys
- Petit Coloriage Malin (FR)
- The Snowman
- NeoChrome demo
- NeoChrome 2.0
- NeoChrome
- Omega 1
- AEGIS ANIMATOR ST
- Amadeus
- Kids Anatomie
- CAD-3D
- Pipemania + Booster 50Hz
- D.E.G.A.S. Elite (Desisn & Entertainment Graphic Arts System Elite)
- ProCopy (Version 1.5)
- Booster 50Hz Disk
- BASIC SAMPLE GEM ; control panel
- VIE DANS LE LAC (FR)
- Sampler (Volume 1)
- The Birds (Disk 1, Volume 2)
- GFA Artist
- Cartoon + Battleship + Slider + Program that when you write down something, an english voice speaks the result (I don't remember its name)
- Wrath of the Demon Demo Disk
- Leander + Match-It Demos (available in .st format)
- Discover Géographie + Guitar
- 2 Demos Disk with tons of ST game's tips & tricks (available in .st format, tips available in .txt format)
- Bolo Demo
- Gods 2
- JetPac (available in .st format)
- Penguin
- Push Over Demo Disk (ST, PC and Amiga)
- And more (unknown ones)
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Re: What can I do with these ST disks?

Postby Mug UK » Wed Jan 23, 2008 6:57 am

I'd be interested in them if you were in the UK. Bullis? Or anyone else on that side of the Atlantic Ocean?
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Re: What can I do with these ST disks?

Postby Klapauzius » Wed Jan 23, 2008 8:25 am

DragonsLover wrote:I'm just wondering : I've got back tons of ST disks and I wonder if these may be useful for some people or not.

- Badlands Pete (original disk)
- Moon Base (original disk)
- Roadwar 2000 (original disk)
- S.T.U.N. Runner (original disk)


If you know how to use Pasti it would be nice if you could make Pasti images from the ones listed above, as I think these have not been preserved in their original form yet. :-)
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Re: What can I do with these ST disks?

Postby bullis1 » Wed Jan 23, 2008 2:48 pm

muguk wrote:I'd be interested in them if you were in the UK. Bullis? Or anyone else on that side of the Atlantic Ocean?


Thanks for thinking of me Mug :cheers:

Anyway, I unfortunately own all of the interesting (to me) stuff listed. As for games, I usually like cracks anyway because they're more interesting (intros, scrolltexts, trainers, etc.)

However, I highly suggest that dragonslover Pastis the disks that Klaz mentioned. Then, you could sell the disks afterward in the buy/sell section of the forum, or overwrite the disks for your own use I suppose.

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Re: What can I do with these ST disks?

Postby samf » Wed Jan 23, 2008 3:44 pm

DragonsLover wrote:I don't know if it's the correct place to write this, sorry if it isn't.

I'm just wondering : I've got back tons of ST disks and I wonder if these may be useful for some people or not. There are some I really don't know what they are and if they're original (in the "Others" section below). Here's the list of them :

Games :

- Addams Family
- Alpha Waves (ST & PC)
- Badlands Pete (original disk)
- Batman : The Movie (Disk 1 & 2, original disks)
- Battle Chess (Disk 1 & 2, original disks)
- BRAT (Disk 1 & 2)
- Captive (Disk 1 & 2 twice)
- Chaos Strikes Back (with two utility disks)
- Dungeon Master (original disk)
- Flood
- Ghouls & Ghosts (Disk 1 & 2)
- HacMan 2
- Homicide (FR)
- Infestation
- Leader Board (original disk)
- Loom (Disk 1, 2 & 3)
- Magic Pockets
- Maupiti Island (FR, Disk 1 & 2)
- Mickey Mouse (all-in-one disk)
- Moon Base (original disk)
- Murder In Space
- NOVA
- OIDO (original disk)
- Pang
- Parasol Stars
- Populous (twice, one is the original)
- Populous II
- Push Over (Disk 1 & 2)
- Rainbow Island (all-in-one disk)
- Rick Dangerous II
- Roadwar 2000 (original disk)
- Shadow of the Beast II (Disk 1 & 2)
- Sherman M4 (Disk 1 & 2, disk 1 is original)
- S.T.U.N. Runner (original disk)
- Troubadours (FR, Disk 1 & 2, both are original disks)
- Turrican II
- Vroom (has a little bug that requires to reset the ST when Game Over)
- Zany Golf (Disk 1 & 2, has a little bug that requires to reset the ST when Game Over)

Disks of magazines :

- FaSTer (Volume 1, Number 3)
- Public Domain Cover Disk 2
- START (Volume 3, Number 8)
- START (Volume 4, Number 2)
- ST Action Games Disk 16
- ST Format (unknown number, there's Write ON at the top of the cover disk)
- ST Format (unknown number, there's K-SPREAD 2 at the top of the cover disk)
- ST Format (unknown number, there's SPECTRUM 512 and SPEC CODE on the cover disk)
- ST Format (unknown number, there's GFA Draft Plus 3 at the top of the cover disk)
- ST Format (unknown number, there's SOUND & VISION at the top of the cover disk)
- ST Format (unknown number, there's ANIMASTER and STOS on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 17 (with Captive demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 19 (with Champion of the Raj demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 20 (with Turrican II demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 23 (with 3D Construction Kit demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 24 (with ATOMINO and LLAMATRON demos on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 25 (with Mega-Lo-Mania demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 26 (with Magic Pockets demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 27 (with Rolling Ronny demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 28 (with MiG-29M SUPERFULCRUM demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 29 (with Daylight Robbery demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 30 (with Populous II and Baby Jo demos on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 31 (with Revenge of the Mutant Camel demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 32 (with Knightmare demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 33 (with Leander demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 34 (with CAMPAIGN demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 35 (with Pacific Islands demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 36 (with Fire and Ice demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 37 (with Droid and International Sports Challenge on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 38 (with Sensible Soccer demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 39 (with Dynamo demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 40.1 (with Cybernetix demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 40.2 (with Talespin on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 41.1 (with Air Support demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 41.2 (with ProText 4.3 on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 43 (with Noddy's Playtime demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 45 (with No Second Prize demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 48 (with Colour Clash on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 56 (with F1 demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 60 (with SnacMan on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 61 (with Well Pro on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 62 (with Medieval Chess on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 63 (twice, with Quill and H.E.R.O. demos on them)
- ST Format Cover Disk 64a (twice, with Starball on them)
- ST Format Cover Disk 64b (twice, with Personal Pascal on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 65 (with JetPac on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 68 (twice, with Magic StoryBook demo on them)
- ST Format Cover Disk 69 (twice, with Obsession on them)
- ST Magazine N.64
- ST Magazine N.67
- ST Magazine N.77
- ST Magazine (unknown number, the cover disk is red and contains NeoChrome Master, Protracker, Fast Copy 3, Sapristi and more)

Others (not in alphabetical order):

- B-SOFT
- MELI-MELO (FR?)
- ORTHO-CM (FR)
- GEM LABEL (FR?)
- Class (FR?)
- First Word + (twice)
- PrintMaster Plus (twice)
- IMPrint (Version 1.24C, twice)
- Bentley Bear Equation Builder
- U.S.A. Language Disk
- STe Language Disk (English-USA)
- Deluxe Paint ST (Program Disk)
- Deluxe Paint ST (Art Disk)
- Deluxe Paint ST (Animation Disk)
- Spectrum 512 (Software from THE CATALOG)
- Spectrum 512
- Noddys
- Petit Coloriage Malin (FR)
- The Snowman
- NeoChrome demo
- NeoChrome 2.0
- NeoChrome
- Omega 1
- AEGIS ANIMATOR ST
- Amadeus
- Kids Anatomie
- CAD-3D
- Pipemania + Booster 50Hz
- D.E.G.A.S. Elite (Desisn & Entertainment Graphic Arts System Elite)
- ProCopy (Version 1.5)
- Booster 50Hz Disk
- BASIC SAMPLE GEM ; control panel
- VIE DANS LE LAC (FR)
- Sampler (Volume 1)
- The Birds (Disk 1, Volume 2)
- GFA Artist
- Cartoon + Battleship + Slider + Program that when you write down something, an english voice speaks the result (I don't remember its name)
- Wrath of the Demon Demo Disk
- Leander + Match-It Demos (available in .st format)
- Discover Géographie + Guitar
- 2 Demos Disk with tons of ST game's tips & tricks (available in .st format, tips available in .txt format)
- Bolo Demo
- Gods 2
- JetPac (available in .st format)
- Penguin
- Push Over Demo Disk (ST, PC and Amiga)
- And more (unknown ones)


There's several I'd be interested in.....that's if you're selling.
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Re: What can I do with these ST disks?

Postby DragonsLover » Wed Jan 23, 2008 10:00 pm

Selling? Errr... it's just that... these aren't mine. My father and my brother are principally the owner. But I take note of PASTIing them.

Oh, and I just checked: "Alpha Waves" is original too.
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Re: What can I do with these ST disks?

Postby bullis1 » Thu Jan 24, 2008 1:59 pm

DragonsLover wrote:Selling? Errr... it's just that... these aren't mine. My father and my brother are principally the owner. But I take note of PASTIing them.

Oh, and I just checked: "Alpha Waves" is original too.


Well, then here's my advice for you: Enjoy them! Surely you can get some pleasure from playing these games, and some use from those programs.

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Re: What can I do with these ST disks?

Postby Cronos » Fri Oct 06, 2017 12:32 pm

I am interested in F.A.S.T.E.R. 1.3 if you've still got it!
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Re: What can I do with these ST disks?

Postby nagual » Fri Oct 06, 2017 1:10 pm

DragonsLover wrote:I don't know if it's the correct place to write this, sorry if it isn't.

I'm just wondering : I've got back tons of ST disks and I wonder if these may be useful for some people or not. There are some I really don't know what they are and if they're original (in the "Others" section below). Here's the list of them :

Games :

- Addams Family
- Alpha Waves (ST & PC, original disk)
- Badlands Pete (original disk)
- Batman : The Movie (Disk 1 & 2, original disks)
- Battle Chess (Disk 1 & 2, original disks)
- BRAT (Disk 1 & 2)
- Captive (Disk 1 & 2 twice)
- Chaos Strikes Back (with two utility disks)
- Dungeon Master (original disk)
- Flood
- Ghouls & Ghosts (Disk 1 & 2)
- HacMan 2
- Homicide (FR)
- Infestation
- Leader Board (original disk)
- Loom (Disk 1, 2 & 3)
- Magic Pockets
- Maupiti Island (FR, Disk 1 & 2)
- Mickey Mouse (all-in-one disk)
- Moon Base (original disk)
- Murder In Space
- NOVA
- OIDO (original disk)
- Pang
- Parasol Stars
- Populous (twice, one is the original)
- Populous II
- Push Over (Disk 1 & 2)
- Rainbow Island (all-in-one disk)
- Rick Dangerous II
- Roadwar 2000 (original disk)
- Shadow of the Beast II (Disk 1 & 2)
- Sherman M4 (Disk 1 & 2, disk 1 is original)
- S.T.U.N. Runner (original disk)
- Troubadours (FR, Disk 1 & 2, both are original disks)
- Turrican II
- Vroom (has a little bug that requires to reset the ST when Game Over)
- Zany Golf (Disk 1 & 2, has a little bug that requires to reset the ST when Game Over)

Disks of magazines :

- FaSTer (Volume 1, Number 3)
- Public Domain Cover Disk 2
- START (Volume 3, Number 8)
- START (Volume 4, Number 2)
- ST Action Games Disk 16
- ST Format (unknown number, there's Write ON at the top of the cover disk)
- ST Format (unknown number, there's K-SPREAD 2 at the top of the cover disk)
- ST Format (unknown number, there's SPECTRUM 512 and SPEC CODE on the cover disk)
- ST Format (unknown number, there's GFA Draft Plus 3 at the top of the cover disk)
- ST Format (unknown number, there's SOUND & VISION at the top of the cover disk)
- ST Format (unknown number, there's ANIMASTER and STOS on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 17 (with Captive demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 19 (with Champion of the Raj demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 20 (with Turrican II demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 23 (with 3D Construction Kit demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 24 (with ATOMINO and LLAMATRON demos on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 25 (with Mega-Lo-Mania demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 26 (with Magic Pockets demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 27 (with Rolling Ronny demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 28 (with MiG-29M SUPERFULCRUM demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 29 (with Daylight Robbery demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 30 (with Populous II and Baby Jo demos on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 31 (with Revenge of the Mutant Camel demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 32 (with Knightmare demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 33 (with Leander demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 34 (with CAMPAIGN demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 35 (with Pacific Islands demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 36 (with Fire and Ice demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 37 (with Droid and International Sports Challenge on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 38 (with Sensible Soccer demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 39 (with Dynamo demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 40.1 (with Cybernetix demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 40.2 (with Talespin on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 41.1 (with Air Support demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 41.2 (with ProText 4.3 on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 43 (with Noddy's Playtime demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 45 (with No Second Prize demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 48 (with Colour Clash on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 56 (with F1 demo on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 60 (with SnacMan on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 61 (with Well Pro on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 62 (with Medieval Chess on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 63 (twice, with Quill and H.E.R.O. demos on them)
- ST Format Cover Disk 64a (twice, with Starball on them)
- ST Format Cover Disk 64b (twice, with Personal Pascal on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 65 (with JetPac on it)
- ST Format Cover Disk 68 (twice, with Magic StoryBook demo on them)
- ST Format Cover Disk 69 (twice, with Obsession on them)
- ST Magazine N.64
- ST Magazine N.67
- ST Magazine N.77
- ST Magazine (unknown number, the cover disk is red and contains NeoChrome Master, Protracker, Fast Copy 3, Sapristi and more)

Others (not in alphabetical order):

- B-SOFT
- MELI-MELO (FR?)
- ORTHO-CM (FR)
- GEM LABEL (FR?)
- Class (FR?)
- First Word + (twice)
- PrintMaster Plus (twice)
- IMPrint (Version 1.24C, twice)
- Bentley Bear Equation Builder
- U.S.A. Language Disk
- STe Language Disk (English-USA)
- Deluxe Paint ST (Program Disk)
- Deluxe Paint ST (Art Disk)
- Deluxe Paint ST (Animation Disk)
- Spectrum 512 (Software from THE CATALOG)
- Spectrum 512
- Noddys
- Petit Coloriage Malin (FR)
- The Snowman
- NeoChrome demo
- NeoChrome 2.0
- NeoChrome
- Omega 1
- AEGIS ANIMATOR ST
- Amadeus
- Kids Anatomie
- CAD-3D
- Pipemania + Booster 50Hz
- D.E.G.A.S. Elite (Desisn & Entertainment Graphic Arts System Elite)
- ProCopy (Version 1.5)
- Booster 50Hz Disk
- BASIC SAMPLE GEM ; control panel
- VIE DANS LE LAC (FR)
- Sampler (Volume 1)
- The Birds (Disk 1, Volume 2)
- GFA Artist
- Cartoon + Battleship + Slider + Program that when you write down something, an english voice speaks the result (I don't remember its name)
- Wrath of the Demon Demo Disk
- Leander + Match-It Demos (available in .st format)
- Discover Géographie + Guitar
- 2 Demos Disk with tons of ST game's tips & tricks (available in .st format, tips available in .txt format)
- Bolo Demo
- Gods 2
- JetPac (available in .st format)
- Penguin
- Push Over Demo Disk (ST, PC and Amiga)
- And more (unknown ones)


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