List of disk magazines

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This article contains a list of magazines distributed on cassette, floppy disk, CD-ROM, or DVD-ROM — collectively referred to as disk magazines (or diskmags).

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  • Daskmig (IBM-PC)
  • Death (IBM-PC)
  • Defcon (IBM-PC)
  • Demojournal (IBM-PC)
  • DemoNews (IBM-PC)
  • Digital Chat (IBM-PC)
  • Digital Talk (Commodore 64)
  • Disc Station (MSX, PC-9801, Windows 95, 1988-2000)
  • Disk (Apple II, 1983; business-oriented)
  • Disk Busters Association (DBA) Diskmagazine (Atari ST/Falcon 030, 1991–1996)
  • Disk Network (Apple II, c. 1983; geared to programmers)
  • Disk User (BBC Micro, '80s)
  • Diskazine (Apple II, 1982; geared to families)
  • Diskworld (ISSN 0899-4838) (Apple Macintosh, 1988–1993; relaunched as Softdisk for Mac (q.v.))
  • Domination (Commodore 64)
  • Dragon (IBM-PC)
  • Driven (Commodore 64, 1994–1995)

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  • Hacker (IBM-PC, 1996–1999, Russian, Croatian)
  • Harm (Hellraiser's alternative Russian magazine) (IBM-PC)
  • Heroin (IBM-PC, 1998, English)
  • Hoax (IBM-PC, 1992–1995, English)
  • Hot-Mag (IBM-PC, 1994–1995, German)
  • Hugi (IBM PC, 1996–present, English, German and Russian)
  • Hugi.GER (IBM-PC, 2000–2005, German)
  • HugiNews (IBM-PC, 1998–2000, English)
  • Hydrophobia (IBM-PC, 1996–1997, Hungarian)

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References[edit]

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