8.7) What programs are designed to work with a mouse?

Programs that use the Atari STM1 Mouse or compatible:
- 8Bit-Mouse (BPAUG)
- Artprog
- Atari Rechner Simulation mit UPN, (c)1985 MTC Mouse Tecnology Corp.
- Black Magic Composer by Sven Tegethoff for Ulf Petersen, 1991
- Bomb Down by The Roemer/U.N.O.
- BOSS-X by Mirko Sobe / MS Software, 2003
- The Brundles by KE-Soft, 1993 (hold SPACE at boot for configuration)
- 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 David Sullivan/Total Control Systems for U.S.A. Media
- 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
- EORoid by Daniel Kolakowski for Wolf Software Ltd, 1994
- Facher Patience, by Kemal Ezcan for Zong 1/93
   - with KE-Maus Beispielprogram
- Fig-Forth by Matt Symonds for Pulsar Software, 1988
- FireBall (a Breakout game, requires SAM)
- GOE demo by Total Control Systems/David Sullivan, 1988
- Guntris by Richard Gore, 1996
- Hardwaretester/Peripheral Test 2.0 by Florian Dingler, 2008
- Hong Kong, Kemal Ezcan for Zong 5/93
- Klony 2010 by Arkadiusz Lubaszka for ArSoft, 2010
- Knight Quest by Simon Trew, 1991
  - Supports Multi-Mouse ST Mouse Driver by Simon Trew
- Kriss Kross by Simon Trew, 1992
  - Supports Multi-Mouse ST Mouse Driver by Simon Trew
- Macao, by Alexander Klinner for Zong 5/94
- Mau Mau X by Mirko Sobe / MS Software, requires BOSS-X
- Maus Calculator, by AMC Verlag, (c) by Peter Eilert
- Maus-DOS, by Volker Matzat for Zong 5/93
- Minesweeper by Harald Schoenfeld for PPP, 1992
- Mine Sweeper by Raindorf Soft
- Mine Sweeper 3
- Missile Command by Rob Zdybel for Atari, 1981.  [CTRL+T] for trackball/mouse
  mode, according to Atari's 1987 documentation supplied with the XE game
  system (with Missile Command built-in).  In fact, the game's (originally
  undocumented) trackball mode inadvertently also supports many, but not all,
  versions of the Atari STM1 and compatible mouse.
- M.O.S. (from Abbuc 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
- Numblines by Jaroslaw Kucisz & Tomasz Kucisz for Utopia Software, 1997
- Operation Blood, P. Kalinowski & P. Bulkowski of Our 5oft for Mirage and
  ANG, 1992
- Othello by Simon Trew, 1991
  - Supports Multi-Mouse ST Mouse Driver by Simon Trew
- Pad 1.2 (Padnoid) by Nelson Ramirez / New Age, 1995
- Pad 1.83 by Nelson Ramirez, 2014
- P-Graph(s) by ???
- 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)
- Shanghai by Peter Sabath for Activision, 1987
- Special Forces (Operation Blood II), P. Kalinowski & P. Bulkowski of
  Our 5oft for Mirage and ANG, 1993
- Sprint XL (from Abbuc)
- Tommingi by Tomek Borygo
- Toy'Swap by Victor Parada, 2015
- TRS Desktop by Tristesse, 2006
- Unriagh II by Uwe Hartwig, 1986
- Vanish, Kemal Ezcan for Zong 7/93
- Vier gewinnt
- See also Fandal site search for games that use the Atari mouse:
  http://a8.fandal.cz/search.php?search=mouse&butt_details_x=x
- See also AtariMania lists of programs using the Atari mouse:
  http://preview.tinyurl.com/mcm6wwo
  http://preview.tinyurl.com/oa7gklk

Programs that use the Zobian Controls RAT (which never shipped):
- Business Manager by Reeve Software, 1986
- Rich Man's Word Processor, by Mark Rogalski for Computer Software Services
- The RAT was equivalent to the Radio Shack TRS-80 Color Mouse #26-3025;
  programs designed for the Atari Touch Tablet or for paddles would have also
  been at least somewhat usable with the RAT.

Programs that use the Zobian Controls SuperRAT (which never shipped):
- No released programs.  The SuperRAT as depicted in marketing was either the
   Amiga mouse or the Commodore 1351 (which?????); see below for lists of
   compatible programs.  (Some customers who ordered a SuperRAT actually
   received "The Best" mouse by Best Electronics, a mouse fully compatible
   with the Atari STM1.)

Programs that use the Amiga mouse:
- Black Magic Composer by Sven Tegethoff for Ulf Petersen, 1991
- Bomb Down by The Roemer/U.N.O.
- Global War by P.M.M. Elfinger & D.J. Garbowski for L.K. Avalon, 1993
- Klony 2010 by Arkadiusz Lubaszka for ArSoft, 2010
- Multi-Player by MadTeam
- Najemnik - Powrot by LK APM for Krysal Software
- Operation Blood, P. Kalinowski & P. Bulkowski of Our 5oft for Mirage and
  ANG, 1992
- Pad 1.83 by Nelson Ramirez, 2014
- Samurai's Game by Rafaell Soft for Krysal Software, 1992
- Special Forces (Operation Blood II), P. Kalinowski & P. Bulkowski of
  Our 5oft for Mirage and ANG, 1993
- TRS Desktop by Tristesse, 2006
- See also Fandal site search for games that use the Amiga mouse:
  http://a8.fandal.cz/search.php?search=amiga+mouse&butt_details_x=x

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