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Atari 8-Bit Computers: Frequently Asked Questions
Section - 8.6) What programs have a trackball mode or support a mouse?

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Programs that use the trackball mode of the Atari CX22 Trak-Ball or the 
earlier-production CX80 Trak-Ball:
- Catch 88 by Simon Trew, 1991
  - Supports Multi-Mouse Trakball Driver by Simon Trew
- Centipede 5200 by Atari with trak-ball support by Peter Meyer, 2009
  ([CTRL+T] for trackball mode)
- Final Legacy by Atari, 1984
- Hardwaretester/Peripheral Test 2.0 by Florian Dingler, 2008
- Kriss Kross by Simon Trew, 1992
  - Supports Multi-Mouse Trakball Driver by Simon Trew
- Knight Quest by Simon Trew, 1991
  - Supports Multi-Mouse Trakball Driver by Simon Trew
- Missile Command by Atari ([CTRL+T] for trackball mode)
- Missile Command+ by Paul Lee, 2005 ([CTRL+T] for trackball mode)
- Multi-Mouse Trakball Driver by Simon Trew for New Atari User #42 1990
- Othello by Simon Trew, 1991
  - Supports Multi-Mouse Trakball Driver by Simon Trew
- Slime by Steve Hales for Synapse, 1982 (press [T] for trackball mode)
- See also AtariMania list of games that use CX22 trackball mode:
www.atarimania.com/list_games_atari-400-800-xl-xe-trak-ball_control_23_8_G.html
- See also Fandal site search for games that use the CX22 trackball mode:
  http://atari.fandal.cz/search.php?search=trak-ball&butt_details_x=x

Programs that use the Atari ST Mouse or the trackball mode of the later-
production CX80 Trak-Ball:
- 8Bit-Mouse (PD by BPAUG)
- AMC calculator
- Artprog (PD)
- Black Magic Composer by Sven Tegethoff for Ulf Petersen, 1991
- Bombdown, demo-version by Roemer of UNO
- Bombdown, full-version by Roemer of UNO
- BOSS-X by Mirko Sobe / MS Software, 2003
- The Brundles by KE-Soft, 1993
- The Brundles Editor by KE-Soft, 1994
- CardStax 2.1 by David A. Paterson, 1993
- Catch 88 by Simon Trew, 1991
  - Supports Multi-Mouse ST Mouse Driver by Simon Trew
- Celebrity Cookbook by U.S.A. Media
- Centipede 5200 by Atari with trak-ball support by Peter Meyer, 2009
  ([CTRL+T] for trackball mode)
- Click! by Chris Martin, 2008
- Copy F'n'F by Mirko Sobe / MS Software, requires BOSS-X
- Datenbank by Mirko Sobe / MS Software, requires BOSS-X
- Diamond GOS by Reeve Software
- Diamond Develop by Reeve Software, requires Diamond GOS
- Diamond News Station by Reeve Software, requires Diamond GOS
- Diamond Paint by Reeve Software, requires Diamond GOS
- Diamond Write by Reeve Software, requires Diamond GOS
- Enigmatix! by Stephen A. Firth for Page 6, 1993
- Faecher Patience by Kemal Ezcan for Zong mag, 1993
- Final Legacy by Atari, 1984
- FireBall (a Breakout game, requires SAM)
- GOE by Total Control Systems (PD)
- Hardwaretester/Peripheral Test 2.0 by Florian Dingler, 2008
- Hong Kong by KE-Soft / Kemal Ezcan (ZONG mag.)
- KE-Mouse drivers by KE-Soft
- Kriss Kross by Simon Trew, 1992
  - Supports Multi-Mouse ST Mouse Driver by Simon Trew
- Knight Quest by Simon Trew, 1991
  - Supports Multi-Mouse ST Mouse Driver by Simon Trew
- Macao XL by KE-Soft (ZONG mag.)
- Mau Mau X by Mirko Sobe / MS Software, requires BOSS-X
- Minesweeper by Harald Schoenfeld for PPP, 1992
- Mine Sweeper by Raindorf Soft
- Mine Sweeper 3 (PD)
- Missile Command by Atari ([CTRL+T] for trackball mode)
- M.O.S. (from Abbuc mag.)
- Mouse-DOS by KE-Soft (ZONG mag.)
- MS-Copy 1.1 by Mirko Sobe / MS Software, requires BOSS-X
- Multi-Mouse ST Mouse Driver by Simon Trew for New Atari User #42 1990
- Multi-Player by Madteam
- Multi-DOS (PD)
- Najemnik - Powrot by Krysal Software
- Operation Blood by ANG/Mirage
- Operation Blood 2 by ANG/Mirage
- Othello by Simon Trew, 1991
  - Supports Multi-Mouse ST Mouse Driver by Simon Trew
- Pad 1.2 (Padnoid) by Nelson Ramirez / New Age, 1995
- P-Graph(s) by ??? (PD)
- QUICK Ed Character Editor by PPP
- SAM (Screen Aided Management) by Power Per Post & Raindorf Soft (a GUI!)
- SAM Budget (80 column spreadsheet program, requires SAM)
- SAM Convert (text files to/from the SAM Texter format, requires SAM)
- SAM Creator (SAM Painter files to/from Micro Painter format, requires SAM)
- SAM Designer (drawing and design / desktop publishing, requires SAM) 
- SAM Memobox (card filing program, requires SAM)
- SAM Monitor (view and change memory, requires SAM)
- SAM Painter (128 color paint program, requires SAM)
- SAM Texter (80 column word processor, requires SAM)
- Samurai's Game by Krysal Software, 1992
- Shanghai by Activision
- Special Forces by Mirage Software, 1993
- Sprint XL (from Abbuc)
- TRS Desktop by Tristesse, 2006
- UPN calculator (PD)
- Vanish by KE-Soft (ZONG mag.)
- Vier gewinnt (PD)
- See also Fandal site search for games that use the Atari ST mouse or the
  trackball mode of the later-production CX80 Trak-Ball:
  http://atari.fandal.cz/search.php?search=mouse&butt_details_x=x
- See also AtariMania lists of programs using the Atari ST mouse or the
  trackball mode of the later-production CX80 Trak-Ball:
  www.atarimania.com/list_games_atari-400-800-xl-xe-mouse_control_4_8_G.html
  www.atarimania.com/list_games_atari-400-800-xl-xe-mouse_control_4_8_U.html

Programs that use The Rat or the SuperRAT (both by Zobian Controls):
- Accu-Draw by Zobian Controls
- Artist Unleashed by MTS Software
- AtariArtist (Atari cartridge version of Micro Illustrator;
               Distributed with the Atari Touch Tablet)
- Business Manager by Reeve Software
- Control by Zobian Controls
- Master Disk Directory II by Zobian Controls
- RAMbrandt by Bard Ermentrout for Antic, 1985
- RAOS (Rat Actuated Operating System) by Zobian Controls
- Super 3-D Plotter II by Elfin Magic
- Z-DOS by Zobian Controls (requires RAOS)

Programs that use the Amiga mouse:
- Black Magic Composer by Sven Tegethoff for Ulf Petersen, 1991
- Bombdown, demo-version by Roemer of UNO
- Bombdown, full-version by Roemer of UNO
- Multi-Player by MadTeam (PD)
- TRS Desktop by Tristesse, 2006

Programs that use the Commodore 1351 mouse (mouse for Commodore 64/128):
- Klony by ArSoft, 2006

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