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Cruizin' Twitter - April 2018 -Bubsy's Comments

Posted by doctorclu in Bubsy Bobcat Fan Blog, 18 April 2018 · 27 views
Bubsy Bobcat, Twitter

Morning Bubsy fans,
 
     Cruiz'in twitter this morning I was happy to see that "Bubsy" (the person playing him at Accloade)  was still making comments from time to time.
 
    This one cracked me up for starters...
 

 
    There is still Bubsy eyeballing the swag that Sonic get...

Hamburgers En Route To Switzerland

Posted by atari2600land in atari2600land's Blog, 17 April 2018 · 51 views

I don't know why I keep making games about food. I guess it's because I'm hungry all the time? Well, at least it was healthy food (tomatoes, lettuce, celery, etc.), that is, until now. I've transitioned to meat. This is the "secret" Game Gear game I was working on. I've decided to unveil it now because, well, I'm stuck.
 
Not with the code, but with...

Mega Man board game expansions!

Posted by MegaManFan in MegaManFan's Blog, 16 April 2018 · 31 views
Mega Man, Oil Man, Time Man, Rush and 1 more...

My Mega Man board game set just got a little bit bigger!
 


A Bubsy II ad from Sega Visions and another Bubsy I ad from an unknown source...

Posted by Lefty1430 in Return of the Bobcat, 14 April 2018 · 83 views
Accolade, Bubsy, Bubsy II and 2 more...

Here's an interesting ad of Bubsy II from an old magazine called Sega Visions. Sorry if it's a little hard to see... ^^; I don't know where the other ad is from, but it looked cool... XD 



Pesco - Atari 2600

Posted by Marc Oberhäuser in Marc Oberhäuser's Blog, 10 April 2018 · 95 views

The Ebivision game boxes are known to be totally flimsy (with the exception Power Off, available in the AA store) and not available anymore. Dan suggested that it would be a good idea to update the box quality. I tried to get in touch with Ebivision to get the official blessing but couldn't get a contact address. Since the boxes aren't available anymore I...

Diamond GOS Menu Bar Reference Sheet

Posted by Pack007 in Diamond in the Rough, 07 April 2018 · 71 views
Diamond GOS

Diamond GOS Menu Bar Reference Sheet If you found the dialog reference sheet of interest, I'm sure this reference for creating a menu bar will be just as interesting. 
 

 
This next Diamond project was going to be written in BASIC.  When I looked at all the information tables,  pointers and data strings needing to be defined as BASIC string variables, assembly lang...

RealSports Curling

Posted by AverageSoftware in AverageSoftware's Development Blog, 03 April 2018 · 77 views

So I have some nifty non-gameplay related things to show off.
 
The first is my fantastic title screen:
 

 
I made the logo by firing up the GIMP, finding the fanciest looking font I could, and then just typing out the word "Curling."  I then scaled it down to Atari 5200 resolution.
 
I painstakingly converted the first two lett...

Revision 2018

Posted by Thomas Jentzsch in For whom it may concern, 03 April 2018 · 95 views

After participating  in 2015 myself and therefore starting to watch it for the first time, the Revision  demoparty has become a fixed date in my schedule. So I did spend Eastern watching the Revision 2018  via Twitch live stream (and YouTube for the too late events).
 
And it was a blast again! Not all compos, but most of them. Besides...

To the Unknown Rail Shooter

Posted by Rhindle the Dragon in Memoirs of a Novelty Account, 03 April 2018 · 73 views
Poetry, NES, Shooters

To the Unknown Rail Shooter MEMOIRS OF A NOVELTY ACCOUNT
VOL. III, ISSUE II
 
So I guess I will not be writing a Gradius novelization. Oh well.
I hope a poem will do for you guys.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TO THE UNKNOWN RAIL SHOOTER
 
When threatened thus, consider all that’s made
In vague pre...

Project 65XE: eh maybe we should do something

Posted by Osgeld in Osgeld's Blog, 02 April 2018 · 76 views

Yea its been since September of 2017 since I actually did anything, but I was re-arranging my shelf of stuff the other day and said "hey you do not have any projects that are paying you money for a couple weeks, put down the brand new (to me) coco 3 and work on the Atari!"
 
In my last update I cut a gigantic hole in the front of my case to accommoda...

First Steps ¿PYJAMARAMA & "Andrew Davie's Atari 2600 for newbies"?

Posted by zilog_z80a in zilog_z80a's Blog, 02 April 2018 · 90 views

 
Remember, i was looking a tutorial about Atari 2600 programming.... my idea in that moment the same that now.
 
YAY!! AYE!! WANNA KNOW HOW TO PROGRAMME A VCS PYJAMARAMA!!!
 
i was a little less anxious than now, lol, and i think i was reading :
 
 
 
 
Session 21: Sprites
Started by  Andrew Davie , Aug 2...


my (100% free) iOS game is on the App Store!

Posted by EricBall in EricBall's Tech Projects, 02 April 2018 · 75 views
iOS, STR

https://itunes.apple...1366633420?mt=8
 
I took a day off so I could finally put on my "round-tuit" and get my iOS game into the App Store.
 
100% free to play. No in-app purchases. No subscriptions. No advertising.  WiFi not required.
30 levels to complete (so far)
Built-in level creator with the option to submi...


22 - Hover Strike

Posted by Shinto in The Atari Jaguar Game by Game Podcast, 23 March 2018 · 161 views

Download or listen to the Podcast Episode at atarijaguargamebygame.libsyn.com/22-hover-strike
 
We're blasting space pirates and naming planets with Hover Strike! Learn about the game's roots, the development staff, the many cheat codes, and the Jaguar Development Standards in this action-packed and texture-mapped episode.
 
Stick around for s...

Opinions on Harmony

Posted by Hogan in Question for Homebrew publishers, 19 March 2018 · 139 views

I have a question for those of you who code homebrews: What is your opinion on the Harmony Cartridge? I found out about it yesterday(3/18/18) and took interest in getting one so I could play Princess Rescue and DK VCS along with other Homebrews using the Binaries acquired from the website, but, I want to support the homebrew scene by purchasing physical H...

Complete Roland MT-200 Basic Tutorial and Guide

Posted by -^Cro§Bow^- in -^CroSBow^-'s Hardware Videos, 18 March 2018 · 91 views

In this 3 video series, I go over the basics and understanding of the Roland MT-200 sound module. It is an excellent multifunction sound module that can act as both a sequencer and sound module. This means that in addition to being a very nice general MIDI and Sound Canvas sound module, it also has the ability to record MIDI songs from the MIDI in port an...

Metronome - Software Timer Demo in DE RE Atari

Posted by Pack007 in Out of the Pack, 18 March 2018 · 86 views
metronome, software timer

I was thinking about making an 8-step sequencer for a Gakken SX-150 Mark II analog synthesizer using the Atari8.  Then I thought, "Why not just use the Pokey chip instead of the Gakken? "  Then I thought, "Why not develop it using Diamond GOS? I'll bet no one has done that yet." 
 
While reading up on the hardware and software timers,...

Goodbye Toys R Us

Posted by simbalion in Musings of the White Lion, 11 March 2018 · 229 views

Well, here we go again. Another US retailer biting the dust. I have to admit, my reactions to the news these past couple of days has ranged from gloominess to anger towards the idiots who have let this happen to what is the last dedicated toy store chain. While increased competition has hurt Toys R Us, it seems the end began in 2005 when they were taken o...



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