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The Internet Archive is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the digital archiving of websites, books, multimedia content and other cultural artifacts. It hosts a digital library of books, media and software as well as offering the Wayback Machine, which allows users to view past versions of websites, and emulation of outdated software. The Internet Archive's services help ensure that digital content and information are preserved for the long term and not lost. The goal is to promote free access to information and as an important resource, access past Internet content and preserve digital culture.

Website: https://archive.org

The diskmags catalog includes data from at least these Internet Archive collections:
Apple II Library: Magazines, Software Library, Software Library: C64, Software Library: Commodore 64: Diskmags (Scene), Software Library: C64: Diskmags (Commercial), Disk Magazines, The emulation station, The Software Library: MS-DOS, Software Library: ZZT, Big Blue Disk, Software Library: C64 Demos, Software Library: MS-DOS Games, Commodore 64 Miscellaneous Contributions, Software Library: C64: Games, MS-DOS demoscene, Software Library: MS-DOS Shareware, Software Library: Windows 3.x, Software Library: Windows 3.x Games

The contents of this cross-source collection can be retrieved using this elaborate query.


Currently there are 770 magazines gathered from Internet Archive in the catalog.

MagazineLanguageOriginSystems
/FROZEN/ magazineUnknownUnknownMS-DOS
17 Bit Catalogue DiskEnglishUnknownAMIGA
3 Years APSEnglishUnknownCommodore 64
3D Realms CatalogUnknownUnknownMS-DOS
5th Dimension Licenceware Info DiskEnglishUnknownAMIGA
64 TimesEnglishUnknownCommodore 64
64'erEnglish
German
GermanyCommodore 64
64'er SonderheftGermanGermanyCommodore 64
7UpEnglishUnknownCommodore 64
A+ Disk MagazineEnglishUnknownAPPLE II
A2 TimeOutEnglishUnknownAPPLE II
ACES Bits and BytesEnglishUnknownAPPLE II
AKMagUnknownUnknownMS-DOS
AM/FM: Amiga Musicians' Freeware MagazineEnglishUnknownAMIGA
ATM-NewsUnknownUnknownCommodore 64
AbnormaliaEnglishUnknownAMIGA OCS/ECS
Absolute Beginners GuideEnglishUnknownCommodore 64
AbsorbanceEnglishUnknownMS-DOS
AccessEnglishUnknownCommodore 64
Action NewsEnglish
German
GermanyCommodore 64
AddressesEnglishUnknownCommodore 64
Addy BurgerEnglishUnknownCommodore 64
AddybookEnglishUnknownCommodore 64
AddysEnglishUnknownCommodore 64
AdrenalinEnglishUnknownMS-DOS
Adress UnitEnglishUnknownCommodore 64
Advanced Pirate Technology MagazineEnglishUnknownMS-DOS
AdviserEnglishUnknownCommodore 64
AdwarpEnglishUnknownCommodore 64
AfterlifeEnglishUnknownCommodore 64
AggressionEnglishUnknownAMIGA AGA
AMIGA OCS/ECS
Agony WarezEnglishUnknownCommodore 64
AheadEnglishUnknownCommodore 64
Ahoy MagazineEnglishUnknownCommodore 64
Always (2)English
Polish
UnknownCommodore 64
Ambaras PackEnglishUnknownCommodore 64
AmberEnglishPolandMS-DOS
AmbitionEnglishUnknownCommodore 64
AmbossEnglishUnknownCommodore 64
Amiga FrontierEnglishUnknownAMIGA OCS/ECS
Amiga Game ProjectUnknownUnknownAMIGA OCS/ECS
AmoszineEnglish
German
UnknownAMIGA
Amy PD and Shareware ReviewEnglishUnknownAMIGA
AnarchyEnglishUnknownCommodore 64
Anti NewsEnglishUnknownCommodore 64
AntidoteEnglish
Polish
UnknownCommodore 64
AntinationaleEnglish
German
GermanyCommodore 64
Anyone BetterEnglishUnknownCommodore 64
Apogee Software CatalogUnknownUnknownMS-DOS
AppelzineEnglishUnknownCommodore 64
... further results