Atari ST “Bomb” Crash Icon Wallpaper

The "Bomb" OS Crash Icon from the Atari ST computers.

The “Bomb” OS Crash Icon from the Atari ST computers.

Released in June 1985, the Atari 520ST was designed to compete against the, at the time, still unreleased Commodore Amiga computer. Featuring a Motorola 68000 CPU running at 8MHz, the 520ST, and later it’s ‘big brother’ the 1040ST, initially lead the sales contest between the two systems. Running a customized version of Digital Research’s GEM operating system, the ST had a clever icon to represent a system crash – The Bomb.

This downloadable ZIP file contains a 500×500 transparent PNG of the classic Atari ST “Bomb” crash icon. Perfect for backgrounds and wallpapers for desktops, tablets and smartphones.

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Mike Knotts

Mike Knotts was born in 1968 in a small town in southern Indiana. Even when very young, Mike showed a love for all-things technical and sci-fi. Moving with his family to California in the early 80's, he eventually graduated from UC Santa Barbara with a degree in History. Rather than put that to good use, Mike continued to pursue his passion for technology by working for early, regional ISP's in the mid 1990's. He currently resides in the Pacific Northwest, where he works as a project manager for an Internet startup. Mike is a co-founder of Geekometry.

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