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Marine Wars (Konami)

Posted by DoctorSpuds in DoctorSpuds Reviews Things, 26 May 2019 · 2 views

Marine Wars (Konami) We’re back again with one of the most unlikely of Atari publishers, Konami. Konami released a grand total of three games for the 2600, Pooyan (an arcade conversion), Strategy X (an arcade conversion), and Marine Wars. I’m not calling Marine Wars an arcade conversion even though there was a machine made with the same name by Omori Electronics C...

awesome weekend and my 5200 and collecting thoughts

Posted by Omegasupreme in Omegasupreme's Blog, 25 May 2019 · 17 views

awesome weekend and my 5200 and collecting thoughts I just spent the weekend fixing my 5200. I fixed the color on my 5200, re-calibrated the controllers and replaced the flex boards. lot a work but well worth it. My 5200 works better now than ever. I think it needs some more tweeking but now it works. Over all great system. I also found pacman defender super break out and Kangaroo MIB for $20. I now have 1...

Who cares about bugs when...

Posted by Mike Harris in Mike Harris' Blog, 25 May 2019 · 25 views

you make progress.
In any case, I am now mixing the cake to have a birthday...
This release has a generic skill screen so you can select levels with the appropriate world, 2 and 3 being the same.
All 3 Original Castles work with the corresponding key.  Some offset bugs in the mazes which have to be addressed.  Invisible maze...

Quake 3 Arena is still cool on windows 10

Posted by Serguei2 in Robin Gravel's Blog, 25 May 2019 · 32 views

Quake 3 Arena won't install on windows 10.
I think the installer is 16 bit instead 32 bit. 
Fortunely I managed to install the game and run.

All I need is to copy the whole game to the computer and start it.
Quake 3 Arena still needs the cd to run.


Yet more golf.

Posted by atari2600land in atari2600land's Blog, 24 May 2019 · 37 views

Yet more golf. So I was trying to make a line of trees, like I did with the line of water used to make a stream. Couldn't, even after multiple tries. I was really sleepy all of yesterday because first off I only got a couple hours of sleep due to insomnia, and second, I couldn't sleep when I wanted to on the couch because the dog kept barking at the guy who was washing...

Get my comic, The Scientists #1-3 (It's the final week)

Posted by G-type in G-type's Blog, 24 May 2019 · 44 views
comics, kickstarter, goonies and 4 more...

If you like adventures like the Goonies, but with a sci-fi thriller edge, check out this comic!
A group of young science prodigies are the lab rats in a deadly experiment.
Have they finally found the way out?  ...

Feeding My Atari Video #1: Over $500 Dollars Worth Of Gaming Goodness

Posted by cessnaace in cessnaace's Blog, 24 May 2019 · 35 views
Atari 2600, Atari 7800 and 6 more...

In this video, just uploaded to Youtube, I show over $500 worth of Atari Homebrew gaming goodness for the 2600 VCS, 7800 ProSystem, and Jaguar. Even so I missed some, so I'll need to do another video.
Technically some of these games are Homebrew ports of Arcade games, but there are many that are totally original as well. Most were purchased from At...

Genesis Does! Rocket Knight Adventures

Posted by MegaManFan in MegaManFan's Blog, 23 May 2019 · 26 views
Rocket Knight Adventures and 5 more...

Don't even get me started on the confusion over the Sparkster sequels - that'll be a whole different episode! For now enjoy Rocket Knight Adventures , a game that in my opinion is an absolute Sega Genesis classic.

Cruis'in Twitter - Bubsy defeats Oinker ! - May 2019

Posted by doctorclu in Bubsy Bobcat Fan Blog, 22 May 2019 · 81 views
Bubsy Bobcat, Paws on Fire

Cruis'in Twitter - Bubsy defeats Oinker ! - May 2019 SpongeFox finished the game a few days ago (I was amazed) and after about three nights of solid play for hours I was able to collect the 75 hero tokens needed to take on Oinker, the third baws (boss).  
At the moment I love playing the Bubsy, Woolie, and Arnold levels with Virgil levels seeming very laborious.  I HATE the pick ups...

Temporary title

Posted by Nathan Strum in (Insert stupid Blog name here), 20 May 2019 · 129 views

In case you're wondering.... I started writing this a couple of weeks ago under the title: "Temporary title". I got used to it, and don't feel like coming up with something else.  :roll: 
Every year around this time, for the past... well, it's been awhile, and I'm too lazy to look through my old blog posts... we'll just say several years,...

S.O.P. Track 8 - Prelude and Fugue No2 in C Minor

Posted by k-Pack in Switched on POKEY, 18 May 2019 · 136 views
Bach, midi, SOP

Seems the simpler the program the more I like the result.

Atari MUS and OBJ files

Music File origin:    PANDF2R.MUS

Net Metering Active!

Posted by SpiceWare in SpiceWare's Blog, 17 May 2019 · 68 views

Received my electric bill for April 15 thru May 15:


At 9am this morning my meter showed 293 kWh total of excess solar production had been sent since turning on my panels .  The bill shows I was credited for 254 kWh thru the 15th, so it appears they've credited me for most, if not all, of the excess solar.    

My collection has increased!

Posted by AtariAdventure in AtariAdventure's Blog, 13 May 2019 · 44 views

Hello everyone, AtariAddenture here.
I'm finally back, and senior year is just a few days from ceasing and graduation is on Saturday. It has been awhile since I have been on here and I wanted to update you all on my personal collection! I'm up to 64 games excluding doubles of Haunted House (3), and Asteroids (2). I bought a few lots of of friends....

Astro Grover - Atari 5200

Posted by Marc Oberhäuser in Marc Oberhäuser's Blog, 11 May 2019 · 133 views

This is the box for the unreleased game Astro Grover for the Atari 5200. The front art and texts are from the CBS release for the Atari 8bit series.

Finally, I'm Playing MIDI Notes using MAC/65 Assembler Code

Posted by k-Pack in Out of the Pack, 08 May 2019 · 53 views
MIDI, Arduino

Do you remember me mentioning that the first attempt to write a machine language program to  read MIDI data delivered to the Atari joystick port was a complete failure?  The Arduino hardware has remained the same. The joystick trigger and cassette motor control(CMC) pin on the SIO port are still being used to control data flow.  But this ti...

What is the value of a $40 power supply?

Posted by OLD CS1 in OLD CS1's Blog, 06 May 2019 · 81 views

What is the value of a $40 power supply? What is the value of a $40 power supply? To the guy who built it, that may be $20 in parts and some labor, plus the time to research the necessary parts and the recognition of the need for the product in the first place.  What about when he ships out the wrong power supply and then exchanges it, but through an eBay quirk the buyer winds up not paying...

Got a new computer from Best Buy (2019)

Posted by Random Terrain in Random Terrain's Tetraternarium, 03 May 2019 · 165 views

After my Windows 7 computer died in March of 2015, I got a Hewlett-Packard Windows 8.1 computer from Walmart:
[HP Pavilion  500-223w Desktop PC with Intel Core i3-4130 Processor, 8GB Memory, 1TB Hard Drive and Windows 8.1]
Avast screwed u...

Yellow and Orange bezel colors explained

Posted by Skwrl63 in Skwrl63's Blog, 03 May 2019 · 196 views

There seems to be a lot of discussions about bezel colors when referencing both the Heavy Sixer and Light Sixer. I have spent about a year researching this on the interwebs. combing through many discussion forums, and studying many photos and my own personal collection, I think I have finally have a answer. The quick answer is.....every six switch ma...

Kull Extended BASIC II TI-99 XB extensions

Posted by hloberg in HLO projects, 01 May 2019 · 184 views
ti-99/4a, ti-99, Peter Kull and 5 more...

A few years ago I came across this disk of extensions to XB and was intrigued. It had nice high resolution capabilities and some interesting clock functions. I initially did some research and found it was released by Peter Kull in Germany in the 80s and that he has since disappeared from the TI99 scene. Not much more was known about it.
Well, life happene...

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