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Posted by atari2600land in atari2600land's Blog, 25 October 2016 · 23 views

So I woke up at 4:30 this afternoon. I was sleepy, so I went to sleep at about 7pm. Then I slept until about midnight. I woke up and started work on Aaron the Aant again. Today's job: Put a score in. And I wasn't going to stop until I successfully did so and I was happy with it. That took about 2 hours to do. I'm beginning to wonder if I can complete the...

15 - Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story

Posted by Shinto in The Atari Jaguar Game by Game Podcast, 24 October 2016 · 25 views

Download or listen to the Podcast Episode at http://atarijaguarga...bruce-lee-story
Everybody was kung-fu fighting in this video game adaptation of the 1993 Bruce Lee biographical film. Learn the moves, listen to (most of) the music, and hear about the different ports of Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story in this episode o...

Tango wants Roll! (Mega Man backpack hanger)

Posted by MegaManFan in MegaManFan's Blog, 24 October 2016 · 26 views
Tango, Roll, Mega Man and 3 more...

Sorry Tango that's not a cat toy!

MasterCard & Visa Gift cards

Posted by Serguei2 in Robin Gravel's Blog, 23 October 2016 · 44 views

I bought both Visa and MasterCard gift cards.
I have no problem with my MasterCard giftcard.
All the online stores accept MasterCard giftcards.
Otherwise, I really have issues with my Visa giftcard. 
Almost all online stores won't accept Visa giftcards.
I will spend the rest of the money in my Visa giftc...

iOS programming - major milestone reached

Posted by EricBall in EricBall's Tech Projects, 21 October 2016 · 64 views

My iOS game has reached a major milestone - I've linked the level creator to the play level so it's now possible to create a level and play it.  In theory a lot of the remaining coding should be relatively standard and therefore easier.
Hopefully I can get my son and a few other friends / coworkers to use it to start creating levels

JediMatt42's -- Plug-N-Play 32K for the TI-99/4A

Posted by --- Ω --- in TI-99/4A Stuff, 20 October 2016 · 143 views
TI-99/4A, 32K, JediMatt42 and 2 more...

Back in the day there were a ton of TI-99/4A consoles released into the wild, most of them went 'unexpanded', many ended up in the back of a closet never to see daylight for decades.  Why?  Because the system add-ons were very expensive, so by the time prices came down, TI had abandoned the home computer market and people had moved on to newer,...

RealSports Curling

Posted by AverageSoftware in AverageSoftware's Development Blog, 17 October 2016 · 131 views

Other projects and my real job have been keeping me away from this project, but I've made some interesting progress.
 I have the first bits of interaction in place, the aiming cursor is now active and can be moved with the joystick.  I'm planning a 3-stage shot system. First, you aim across the hogline, similar to the way Intellivis...

Possible Grade IV Glioma

Posted by Random Terrain in Random Terrain's Tetraternarium, 16 October 2016 · 123 views

Continued from my previous blog entry . My mother had two CAT scans and a special MRI on Thursday. Then she had the biopsy on Friday. The neurosurgeon said that it could take over a week to find out for sure, but based on his experience, it looks like a Grade IV glioma to him.
The neurosurgeon showed my sisters some images from the latest MRI an...

Cruiz'in YouTube - September 2016

Posted by doctorclu in Bubsy Bobcat Fan Blog, 14 October 2016 · 104 views

A fun quick retroactive entry for September.   First off, 44 forgettable facts about Bubsy, released in May?   How did I miss this?

And a positive video released on Bubsy 3D?   Awesome, and released August 31st, 2016!

Slot car computer control with a TI 99/4A computer

Posted by Vorticon in Vorticon's Blog, 14 October 2016 · 480 views
TI 99/4A, Slot car and 1 more...

Slot car racing sets have always fascinated me, and I have owned a few over the years. Unfortunately, it was always difficult to find opponents to race against beyond just a few runs. I have dabbled many times with the idea of a computer controlled opponent over the years, and finally decided to tackle it as a demo project for the 2016 Chicago Internation...

fire TV

Posted by SpiceWare in SpiceWare's Blog, 13 October 2016 · 168 views

My fire TV arrived today, it's quite small:

I don't have a new TV yet, and my old TV won't support it, so I have it plugged into one of my 4K monitors.  4K content looks awesome on it, as though I were looking out a window:

I've resubscribed to HBO NOW and had an unexpected surprise - another 30 day free trial :D :

I did ha...

Implementing the MIDI Implementation Chart

Posted by Pack007 in Out of the Pack, 12 October 2016 · 96 views

Playing MIDI notes has turned out to be quite easy for Atari BASIC through the RS232-Arduino-MIDI OUT (RAMO) interface (see previous posts in this blog).  Most MIDI instruments have additional functions beyond  receiving the note ON and note OFF commands.   Each MIDI instrument should come with a MIDI Implementation Chart (MIDI-IC) tha...

It's The Beard, Right? - OR - I AM A VEGAN!

Posted by Papa in Excali-blog, 12 October 2016 · 108 views
im, vegan, and, the, fbi, knows and 1 more...

It's The Beard, Right? - OR - I AM A VEGAN! Yesterday was my day for universal confusion!! The morning started off so clean and simple!  No one in the known world wanted to be my 'friend' and so I was kinda' shocked when a (I guess Indian) man 'liked' one of my comments about veganism and the fact (like science has 'facts'!?!) that plants always survive mass extinctions.  Being the 'oh wh...

My website for selling Atari games "allatari.com"

Posted by bow830 in bow830's Blog, 10 October 2016 · 139 views

I am inviting any and all Atari collectors to my new website. It is for buying, selling, or trading of Atari games. It only is able to search through MSN.com not Google yet. Please come check it out. I also have a link to my eBay site for other games. It is allatari.com please message me there for any questions.

Let there be sound

Posted by TheHoboInYourRoom in TheHoboInYourRoom's Blog, 10 October 2016 · 120 views

It's fair to say I've neglected this blog. But now I'm using it, so that's cool. You probably shouldn't expect updates to be regular.
I'm finally taking the first steps in writing an actual game for the VCS, and I'm doing it from the inside out, more or less. Making sure the individual effects and modules work, and that I thoroughly understand them...

The Incredible Hulk - Atari 2600

Posted by Marc Oberhäuser in Marc Oberhäuser's Blog, 05 October 2016 · 170 views

Here's my take on the unreleased Parker Brothers game The Incredible Hulk for the Atari 2600.

Friends for a reason, a season, and a lifetime.. with Facebook.

Posted by doctorclu in Doctor Clu's Dissertations, 21 September 2016 · 177 views

So as a friend of mine said tonight, people are brought into our life for a reason , a season , and a lifetime .
Facebook brings all our friends together in one place, giving new definition of the above statement.
A Reason : Ok, I remember the REASON why we stopped talking....
A Season : Conversation goes something like this....

heavy sixer with sixer light guts

Posted by player1"NOT"ready in player1"NOT"ready's Blog, 19 September 2016 · 190 views

Hello, just got a lot of ataris one was suppose to be a heavy. the shell is but the boards are for a sixer light.
Not sure if I should be upset or not. I knew this day would come when I run into a problem like this.
I'm most likely just going to hang on to this case and use the guts for parts for other consoles.
I would assume that co...

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