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Posted by Rudy in Rudy's Blog, 31 July 2014 · 54 views

I have a colecovision; it doesn't have its original motherboard, that was ruined due to it being in a dusty and humid basement, but the case is original.  I have a few games for it, some from my original collection, some which I acquired later, I don't know for sure for some of them which is which.  I was concerned about graphics glitches so ton...

That was fast.

Posted by atari2600land in atari2600land's Blog, 31 July 2014 · 27 views

So I ordered After Burner for the 32x off of eBay on Tuesday and it came today. What's even more impressive is that it made a long journey from Maryland to Oregon in not very much time. I got it to work after a few tries. I had a horrible eye ache last night that just wouldn't stop. Even a vomiting session which proved successful multiple times couldn't c...

A disappointing pack of trading cards

Posted by MegaManFan in MegaManFan's Blog, 30 July 2014 · 50 views
Topps, UFC, trading cards and 1 more...

I remember when you used to get 17 cards in a pack, not 8, and they only cost you a quarter.
 


Dad once told me about a message board that is just like Neverland.

Posted by Dragon Princess Yushira in DPYushira's Entertainment Blog, 28 July 2014 · 99 views

I checked it out recently and he is damn right. It's a spot where he, mom, and to a lesser extent maternal aunt used to frequent in the early 2000s and it's full of immature, know-it-all, elitist fucks. I will not name the board but damn these people are pushing their 30s and 40s and they still act like children to this day. They fucking need to grow up....

From: What system was this?

Posted by Serguei2 in Robin Gravel's Blog, 28 July 2014 · 97 views

Source: What system was this?
 
Planning a video game for 45 old people and older? Why not.

Protector: RESURGENCE coming to the Jag CD in September 2014!

Posted by Songbird in Songbird Productions, 28 July 2014 · 50 views

A bit late to the party for my blog update, but in case you haven't heard the news yet:
 
http://atariage.com/...e-atari-jaguar/
 
Looking forward to making this available to the fans! :)

Taking my fight for justice to Kickstarter.

Posted by Tickled_Pink in Tickled_Pink's Blog, 27 July 2014 · 120 views

As some will know, 15 years ago my life was turned upside down by an evil, scheming, manipulative lying female, a criminal justice system that did everything it could to help her and a tabloid press who subjected me to a malicious witch-hunt. It left me with PTSD, on top of a pre-existing severe depression that had been caused by this female and her mothe...

Miner Dig Deep (Xbox 360)

Posted by Random Terrain in Random Terrain's Tetraternarium, 27 July 2014 · 90 views

I stopped playing this Xbox 360 indie game a fairly long time ago when I got bored with the long elevator rides, but I recently started playing it again and got down to the bottom. I won't tell you what is down there in case you haven't played it, but I don't think it will spoil anything to let you know that you can choose to keep all of your items and...

Salvo, update #3. challenge accepted, humanoid saved

Posted by RevEng in dragging through the retro streets at dawn, 26 July 2014 · 141 views

For a while my time has been occupied with work and 7800basic updates, but in recently days I've managed to squeeze in some Salvo updates.

Gameplay additions include:
Humanoids to save. The enemies shots don't kill the humanoids, but if the enemies touch the humanoid it will die. By running over the humanoid he'll follow you for the rest of the level, so...

Moon Patrol

Posted by --- Ω --- in TI-99/4A Stuff, 25 July 2014 · 180 views

Moon Patrol MOON PATROL for the TI-99/4A is one of my all-time favorite games for the unit .
 
This is one of those classic games that one can 'zone-out' on when they have a few free moments to enjoy their Classic Computer hobby.
 
I like especially like these old games because you do not need to sit down and study a 2 inch book for a week to learn how to...

DIRPRINT.ACC - Print Disk directories from desktop

Posted by Pack007 in Diamond in the Rough, 23 July 2014 · 80 views
Diamond

This is the last accessory from the ones written pre-2000.  I was hoping that by this time I would have remembered how they had been created. Looks like the learning curve will start from the beginning again. It should take me about 10 min. to go over vast amount of literature about programming Diamond accessories.        
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Snowpiercer (?) - Spoiler-free review

Posted by Nathan Strum in (Insert stupid Blog name here), 22 July 2014 · 178 views
Movies

Yeah... I'd never heard of Snowpiercer before, either. This despite it having a fairly-star-studded cast including Chris Evans (Captain America), John Hurt and Ed Harris.

I think  this film is the reason for a bit of Avengers trivia. In The Avengers' shwarma end-credits scene, Evans is hiding his face with his hand. The reason being, he had grown a...

well here it is!

Posted by Aloan in Make Atari 2600 games w/o programming!, 18 July 2014 · 211 views



I want to get people excited that they can make Atari 2600 games without programming

 
when you have a chance here is my page on the matter: http://aloan.site90....simplified.html


ATARI BLAST! demo July 2014

Posted by Paul Lay in Paul Lay's Blog, 18 July 2014 · 483 views


 
Since the last demo the enemy missiles are now multiplexed so there are more of them on screen but the main change is the addition of interaction with the background. There are currently 3 types of land objects:
Blocks - block your missiles and cannot be destroyed
Targets - block your missiles but are destro...

NFL Sunday Ticket without satellite

Posted by SpiceWare in SpiceWare's Blog, 16 July 2014 · 145 views

If true, this might help some people sitting on the fence decide to cut the cord.
 

Fall Guy - Atari 2600

Posted by Marc Oberhäuser in Marc Oberhäuser's Blog, 30 June 2014 · 125 views

Here's my take on 20th Centrury Fox' Fall Guy (formerly known as Squish 'Em from Sirius Software). The label art was displayed on a promotional flyer, a bin is yet to be found.

What I've been up to

Posted by mos6507 in mos6507's Blog, 24 June 2014 · 143 views

I hesitate to post a blog entry but I know a few people here have some interest in knowing what's going on in my life beyond classic gaming, so I'll offer this update.
 
Last summer I freaked out because Xtranormal went out of business and I thought that was my E-ticket ride to a career-change.  Well, here we are entering the following summer, a...

Let's Play Madlibs!

Posted by frankodragon in Frankodragon's Blog Stuffs, 23 June 2014 · 153 views

I was playing ________________________ when my ________________ sister came along and wanted to watch
                        (name of game system)               ...

Embedded Tables, Divide by 40, Mod 40

Posted by Omegamatrix in Omegamatrix's Blog, 21 June 2014 · 119 views
Divide by 40, Mod 40

While posting my Unsigned Integer Division Routines on NesDev, a new member there said he was looking for a divide by 40 and mod 40. I wrote a few routines, but this one really sticks out as a neat idea.;Divide by and Mod 40 combined;38 bytes, 45 cycles;Y = value to be dividedInterlacedMultiplyByFortyTable: lda #0 ; dummy load, #0 used in LUT l...

Gaming Finds on Vacation

Posted by bomberpunk in bomberpunk's Blog, 14 June 2014 · 186 views

[#018] in Edgewater Mall (Biloxi, Mississipi) there is an awesome used game store called Just 4 Play that had bin full of PS1 games, individually priced from $6.95 and up. the highest price i found in the bin was for $29.95. There was a 3 for $10 deal on anything priced under $10. I ended up buying six games; Baldies, Blast Radius, Grid Runner, Pong, Robo...



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