Atari Falcon 030 | Nostalgia Nerd

The Atari ST, STE and even Atari TT may have been decent machines, but the Atari Falcon was a new breed. Destined to be a new line of Atari computers. Unfortunately, fate would not be kind to the Falcon, and although revered among fans, most people are blissfully unaware the Atari Falcon even existed.

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Martin Brennan/John Mathieson Atari Jaguar:
Atari Jaguar Richard Miller Management, development, etc:
Discussion on Sparrow/Falcon:
Discussion RE: Falcon Designer:
Falcon Production Numbers:
Dwindling ST figures – ST Format issue041
ST Book – STF031
MultiTos/TTAdvert – STF035
Developers thoughts – STF037
Falcon on TV – STF043
ST vs Amiga1200 – STF042
STFM Price Drop – STF046
Falcon Special – STF053
Jag Launch – STF054
Multimedia Future – STF041
Falcon Support over – STF059
DusselDorf Demos –
Jaguar Computer/Super TT – ST User 70
Adios Amiga – ST User 70
Falcon Launch – ST Format 39
Falcon040 Details – STF041

Atari Sparrow Boards –
Atari ST Monitor –

Richard Miller: (scartier215)
Dusseldorf 1992 -
Atari Helios – Rene de Bie

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