Maggie 26 is the biggest issue we've ever created!
The Falcon version begins with a blistering intro from Tat of Avena
which showcases his new routines.
There has been a Maggie-Team reshuffle!
MrPink takes over as deputy editor and in his guest editorial he casts
his eyes over the last 5 years of the Falcon scene.
The secret parts of the maggie shell are revealed so you can at last
get to play the tetris game and generate some comedy jokes, such as
"MSG fondles brimming bamboo" or "Felice is aghast at edible loveplums".
There is a bumper news roundup with the latest details of the Centek
Phenix, an exclusive about Cobra's new group and stories and a detailed
report on the new Atari Org internet project.
The full results from the Alt Party and InterJam are listed and the
Atari Computing show is previewed.
Dirk reveals the curse of the Maggie "In The Trashcan" articles -
two of the entries for this have already popped their clogs!
Is David Mellor next?
The Maggie Charts are the biggest are most comprehensie we've
yet compiled. Notable winners inlclude "Sono", "4-Ever", "Running",
"Tat", "Llama" and DHS win the overall super-league. Elsewhere
Grey's previously undiscovered coding talent is revealed! And
both 'Practical Caravaning' and 'Playbirds International' prove popular with
the atari public.
Replacement desktop Jinnee desktop is reviewed - "the best replacement
desktop on the atari".
There is a preview of the Atari World Cup, we told to expect a lot
of dribbling from Felice. John 'Deadwood' Highhat launches a crusade
against fake demos "not as good as in the good old days".
Centek's promise of "delays" sees them featured in Dolmenballs.
IRC woopsies are also captured for posterity.
Jody Smith reveals the wherabouts of namesake Robert from the Cure.
The Poetry Labyrinth explores oxymorons and tautological tongue-twisters.
"felice felt factlessly foolhardy floating fishdeep in fibs".
Ed Cleveland reveals a sordid tale of sick sock collecting.
The Blue Monkey quizzes potential flatmates and runs into Betty Boo's
Toodeloo tells the harrowing saga of his snake attack. He had visions
of "big strawberries jumping at my keyboard" but still manages to
chat up the nurse!
Demo Crew names are dissected, and advice is given on chosing a handle.
"The campaign for more cereal-related demo crew names starts here".
Jody asks "where are they now" and investigates some prominent ST
games that never got released.
CIH looks back over "Falcon Year 5" - it has been a year full of
"incident and enjoyment".
Felice reviews Good Will Hunting: "whilst the movie itself deals
with horrific issues, there is a good element of comedy sprinkled in".
Ripley writes the introductory chapter of the Republic novella.
Indie-grungers "Catherine Wheel" are probed.
We cast a critical ear over new releases by BBE, Rasmus and the
Two books about Bill Gates are reviewed and the bungling billionaire
doesn't come out of them favourably!
UCM 12 gets the most comprehensive review of them all.
The Maggie Team's visit to Finland and the Alternative Party is
chronicled by CIH, with real-time text included. "Choose Life,
Maggie #26 Falcon
Maggie #26 ST
- 4tune (Wildfire)
- 5 easy lessons in swedish
- Anti-PC Intro (Popsy Team)
- Babel-Fish (.tSCc.)
- Changer (Reservoir Frogs)
- Dream 4mention (DHS)
- Final Suprise (Mystic Bytes)
- GemDemo (DHS^AssemSoft)
- Grapes Of Hoth (RG)
- Hobnobs With Satan (RG)
- Kaleidoscope (TOS Crew)
- Lettuce From Brechnev (RG)
- Marto (Typhoon)
- Monomental (Senior Dads)
- Power Morphing Sierpinski (NoCrew)
- Power Off (Escape)
- Re-animation (Syntax)
- The Purpose Maker (DJEDI)
- Terminal Ketchup (RG)
- Tam Gets Rotfyllning (Alt. Spice Boys)
- Time:Out (Mystic Bytes)
- Ultimate Fake Demo (Senior Dads)
- Hong Tron Phooey
- Mafia Brothers
- Men At War
- Pong 128
- Vroom 030
- Super Mario Bros.
- Space Invaders
- Rainbow Islands
- Ice Climber
- Final Fantasy
- Dig Dug
- Adventures Of Lolo
- Legendary Wings
- Legend Of Zelda
- Bubble Bobble
- Atari Karts
- Missile Command 3D
- DSP M-Registers
- MIDI Programming