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#1 cimmerian ONLINE  

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Posted Sat Mar 24, 2018 1:03 AM

Watch ZeroPage Homebrew on Twitch, streaming LIVE the very best of Atari 2600 HOMEBREW games!

LIVE on Wednesday & Friday @ 6PM PT/9PM ET (every second Friday @ 12PM PT/3PM ET) (Check start times below for changes)

 

Twitch Livestream Channel: https://twitch.tv/zeropagehomebrew

YouTube Archive Channel: https://youtube.com/zeropagehomebrew

 

Twitch Livestream Schedule:

20181212 Let's Play: TBD (Holiday Games) (LIVE @ 11AM PT/2PM ET)

20181219 Let's Play: TBD (Holiday Games) (LIVE @ 6PM PT/9PM ET)

20181228 Let's Play: TBD, TBD, TBD, Stay Frosty 2 (Homebrew Tournament Round #7) (Holiday Games) (LIVE @ 6PM PT/9PM ET)

201901xx Let's Play: Atari Awards Nominated Games: Part 1

201901xx Let's Play: Atari Awards Nominated Games: Part 2

2019xxxx Let's Play: (Trak-Ball Hack Special Pt 1)

2019xxxx Let's Play: (Trak-Ball Hack Special Pt 2)

2019xxxx Let's Play: UnoCart Hardware + First UnoCart Dependent Game EXCLUSIVE NEW HOMEBREW!

2019xxxx Let's Play: Daniel Kitchen's Gold Rush (was Keystone Kapers 2) EXCLUSIVE NEW HOMEBREW!

2019xxxx Let's Play: Daniel Kitchen's Bon Voyage EXCLUSIVE NEW HOMEBREW!

2019xxxx Atari Awards 2018: Awards Presentation

 

Upcoming Livestream Games:

     Complete: Tron, Flappy, Space Raid, Stell-A-Sketch, Asteroid Rescue, Super Pong 2600, Jammed, 2005 Minigame Multicart

     WIP: Drive! (WIP), Apollyon (WIP), Blackjack Theta VIII (WIP), Star Crusade (WIP), Shifty Lifty (WIP), Matchie (WIP), Mondo Pong! (WIP), Color Gotcha (WIP), Kelly Kangaroo (WIP), Rip Off (Early WIP), Gorilla Force (UnoCart WIP), Street Fight World (WIP),

     WIP Updates: Temple Runner aka Escape from Kukuku Temple (WIP Update Next Ver), Chaotic Grill (WIP Update)

     Hacks: Defender Arcade

     100% PLAYTHROUGH: Blinky Goes Up, The Stacks (WIP)

 

Archived Shows (YouTube):

20181207 Let's Play: Retron 77 UPDATE, Bell Hopper, Naughty List, Stay Frosty

20181205 Let's Play: Pac-Man Special!!!! Pac-Man Arcade (1999 Hack), Pac-Man (1999), Hack 'em (2006 Hack), Pac-Man 8k (2007 Hack), MsHack (2010 Hack), Pac-Man 4k (2012 Retail), SuperPacMan (2015 WIP), Pac-Man 4k (2016 WIP), Pac-Man Eat and Run (2018 WIP), Pac-Man 8k (2018 WIP), Stella's Stocking (Retail)

20181205 Interview: Interview with Albert Yarusso from AtariAge at PRGE2018

20181130 Let's Play: Juno First (Homebrew Tournament Round #6)

20181128 Let's Play: Castle of the Cryptid (WIP), Aardvark (WIP Demo Update), Lost Dunjonquest Apshai (WIP Update), Scramble (Retail Boxed)

20181121 Let's Play: Dungeon II (Retail)

20181109 Let's Play: Gyvolver (WIP), Sheep It Up!, Wal-Rush 2: Tick Tusk, Disk Donk (WIP),  Dr. Flin and His Pills

20181107 Let's Play: Railslider (WIP), Chipoff , MagiMaze (WIP), Horizon Shift, Dungeon (100%) (Retail)

20181031 Let's Play: Video Jack-O-Lantern (Demo), Happy Halloween (WIP), Candy Catcher, Stranger Things - Barb's Revenge (Hack), Tombstones (WIP), Freddy's Fear Factory (Hack),  Blair Witch Project, The (Hack), Elvira (Hack), Monster's Revenge (Hack), Skeleton +, Tyre Trax: ZeroPage Halloween Edition (WIP)

20181026 Let's Play: Peril (Early WIP), Reflex (WIP), Space Cactus Canyon (Retail)

20181026 Interview: John Champeau of Champ Games at PRGE2018

20181024 Let's Play: Mappy (Retail Boxed), Elevator Action (Champ Games) (Early WIP Premiere), Seaweed Assault (Homebrew Tournament Round #5)

20181020 Live: LIVE BROADCAST FROM PRGE 2018

20181017 Let's Play: Alien Attack, Alien Revenge, Monkey King (FINAL), Zippy The Porcupine

CLICK [SHOW] FOR MORE YOUTUBE ARCHIVED SHOWS

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#2 Thomas Jentzsch OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Apr 9, 2018 12:55 AM

I watched you playing my own game SWOOPS! last night. This was great! As a developer seeing people playing and enjoying my games mean a lot to me. And that you were about the first who ever dug into Crash'n'Dive and even liked it, was a blast! Thank you very much! :thumbsup:

 

BTW: I am pronounced "Yantsch". :)



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Posted Mon May 7, 2018 3:44 PM

Hi Thomas! I didn't notice this reply until now.

 

It's so humbling to have the programmers come by and watch us livestream their games and give feedback while we play their games. It's such an amazing community to be a part of!

 

I will do my best to try and pronounce your name correctly next time on the show! I think I've got it but no promises though! :-)

 

I watched you playing my own game SWOOPS! last night. This was great! As a developer seeing people playing and enjoying my games mean a lot to me. And that you were about the first who ever dug into Crash'n'Dive and even liked it, was a blast! Thank you very much! icon_thumbsup.gif

 

BTW: I am pronounced "Yantsch". icon_smile.gif



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Posted Mon May 7, 2018 6:02 PM

Thanks for posting the videos, they are a good feedback for the programmers.



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Posted Tue May 8, 2018 12:39 PM

You're very welcome and thanks for watching! I plan to incorporate a lot more WIP games into the show as we go. Hopefully at least one per livestream. It not only shows off what games are being developed by the community but also provides (hopefully useful) feedback to the programmers of their game being played in a real world environment. Looking forward to playing a lot more homebrew!! :-)

 

Thanks for posting the videos, they are a good feedback for the programmers.



#6 Thomas Jentzsch OFFLINE  

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Posted Tue May 8, 2018 12:43 PM

Do you have a list of homebrews to come into your show?

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Posted Tue May 8, 2018 1:46 PM

How about an all Thomas Jentzsch episode? It's about time that Star Castle makes it on to the show. :-)

 

I'll start working on a list of upcoming episodes very soon and let everyone know what will be coming up on future shows, great idea Thomas!

 

Do you have a list of homebrews to come into your show?



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Posted Tue May 8, 2018 1:54 PM

Nah, please don't spoil the fun of watching people playing my games in one episode. :)

When you review Star Castle Arcade, maybe you want to compare with the other Star Castle version and also Yar's Revenge. There are quite some homebrews which could be done that way e.g. Space Rocks vs. Asteroids/Suicide Mission, Medieval Mayhem vs. Warlords, Thrust vs. Gravitar...



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Posted Thu May 10, 2018 5:58 PM

Tomorrow (Friday May 11th) on ZeroPage Homebrew at 7PM PT/10PM ET LIVE on Twitch we'll be playing:

 

- Refraction (2018 WIP) by N. Landsteiner aka NoLand

- DK Arcade 2600 (2017 WIP) by Michael Haas aka iesposta

- Star Castle Arcade (2014) by Thomas Jentzsch

 

We stream at 60FPS on REAL hardware via RGB modded light-sixer running through a Framemeister for maximum quality! See everyone there!

 

ZeroPage Homebrew Twitch: http://twitch.tv/zeropagehomebrew/

YouTube Show Archive: https://goo.gl/aPKSYy



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Posted Thu May 10, 2018 6:16 PM

Hahah, sounds good Thomas, I'll space out the goodness! :-)

 

Great idea, I'll do some quick comparisons to the other version on Friday so people can the the differences and similarities.

 

Nah, please don't spoil the fun of watching people playing my games in one episode. icon_smile.gif

When you review Star Castle Arcade, maybe you want to compare with the other Star Castle version and also Yar's Revenge. There are quite some homebrews which could be done that way e.g. Space Rocks vs. Asteroids/Suicide Mission, Medieval Mayhem vs. Warlords, Thrust vs. Gravitar...


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#11 Thomas Jentzsch OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu May 10, 2018 11:31 PM

At this time I can't watch it live. Anyway, looking forward to the video!

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Posted Sat May 12, 2018 9:32 AM

Was nice to see you playing my little game, among all those other fantastic homebrews.

 

Just a suggestion: While it's a nice idea to dive into the games without any attention to instructions as in, "hey, I just found this cartridge," you're also systematically missing some of the fun. (A reoccurring theme.) Especially, as it's definitely hard to include extensive instructions in the program… So, if a game transcends the most basic, obvious game mechanics, or does provide some settings by console switches, you're already at a substantial disadvantage.



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Posted Sat May 12, 2018 12:16 PM

Glad to have included your great game in yesterday's episode, thanks so much for making it!

 

We usually dive into the instructions after we each have one playthrough of the game each and we definitely strayed off that path yesterday, I guess we got into the games a little to much!! Hahah. Yes, we usually don't take that long to find out about the game so that's definitely out of the norm. :-) Glad you enjoyed the show!

 

Was nice to see you playing my little game, among all those other fantastic homebrews.

 

Just a suggestion: While it's a nice idea to dive into the games without any attention to instructions as in, "hey, I just found this cartridge," you're also systematically missing some of the fun. (A reoccurring theme.) Especially, as it's definitely hard to include extensive instructions in the program… So, if a game transcends the most basic, obvious game mechanics, or does provide some settings by console switches, you're already at a substantial disadvantage.



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Posted Wed May 16, 2018 4:04 AM

Just subscribed to your YouTube channel, looking forward to check some videos later. :)



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Posted Wed May 16, 2018 5:52 AM

Thanks for the review Star Castle Arcade and also comparing the game to Yar's Revenge and the other Star Castle version.

While I find it refreshing how you attempt to review games mostly unprepared, I also partially agree with NoLand, some games are much better played using the manual. Also it might be useful to incorporate the live audience a bit more and faster.

Anyway, I am looking forward to your future reviews. You are really doing them in depth, something which has become quite rate today.

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Posted Thu May 17, 2018 4:51 PM

Since you are covering A-VCS-tec challenge on tomorrow's show - there is currently a contest going on here in the forums for that title: http://atariage.com/...-tec-challenge/

 

Good Luck!



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Posted Thu May 17, 2018 6:08 PM

Thanks for the link! We'll definitely be talking about the contest and also trying for some world records tomorrow if we can!

 

Here's the video for yesterday's marathon play of all the levels in the amazing Spiceware game Draconian!

 

 

Since you are covering A-VCS-tec challenge on tomorrow's show - there is currently a contest going on here in the forums for that title: http://atariage.com/...-tec-challenge/

 

Good Luck!

 



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Posted Thu May 17, 2018 6:13 PM

Hi Thomas! Thanks so much for watching the streams, we love to dive into these games and give them the respect they deserve. There are some truly talented programmers making these titles and I feel it's only just to give the game as complete of a video as possible!

 

We usually give games one play through without instructions just for fun and then start reading up about the game. The other day was definitely an anomaly where we got too into the games and neglected the instructions and the Twitch chat at well! We were so distracted! We'll do better onward. :-)

 

I'm looking forward to doing some proper sit down reviews of all the titles I've been playing on the livestreams soon, just catching up on some other work that I have to get out of the way first. More soon!!

 

Thanks for the review Star Castle Arcade and also comparing the game to Yar's Revenge and the other Star Castle version.

While I find it refreshing how you attempt to review games mostly unprepared, I also partially agree with NoLand, some games are much better played using the manual. Also it might be useful to incorporate the live audience a bit more and faster.

Anyway, I am looking forward to your future reviews. You are really doing them in depth, something which has become quite rate today.



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Posted Fri May 18, 2018 2:58 PM

Any chance to show games running at non-60Hz with less flicker?



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Posted Sat May 19, 2018 5:51 PM

Thanks for bringing this up Thomas, this is a very good question and I will be addressing this in an upcoming video about frame rate, resolution, upconversion, modern displays vs. crt, video hosting/streaming and everything that goes along with these topics. There are so many factors to take into consideration on how 'best' to display the Atari VCS on different output mediums. :-)

 

Any chance to show games running at non-60Hz with less flicker?

 



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Posted Sat May 19, 2018 6:04 PM

Thanks everyone for tuning in yesterday to the show, it will be posted later tonight on the ZeroPage YouTube channel for everyone to watch.

 

ALSO! I just placed an order into the AtariAge store for some more gaming goodness, check it out! Really looking forward to playing these games on the show! :-)

 

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Posted Wed May 23, 2018 6:13 PM

I caught the episode with AStar a couple days ago.  Glad you had some fun with it!

 

Let me echo the comments about developer feedback though - for instance seeing AStar's status bar on someone else's TV would have been really useful when I was working on it.  I really had no idea dark yellow could show up as essentially black.  Rookie mistake, I guess.



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Posted Wed May 30, 2018 11:34 AM

Thanks so much Aaron, glad you enjoyed the show!

 

Yes, I definitely think it's a great way to get feedback, immediate feedback if you're in the chat while it's livestreaming, on the games. I'm also now incorporating as many WIP games as possible so developers can get some real world play testing and I alert the programmers as best as possible so they can be watching the livestream too when it happens. :-)

 

 

I caught the episode with AStar a couple days ago.  Glad you had some fun with it!

 

Let me echo the comments about developer feedback though - for instance seeing AStar's status bar on someone else's TV would have been really useful when I was working on it.  I really had no idea dark yellow could show up as essentially black.  Rookie mistake, I guess.

 



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Posted Wed May 30, 2018 11:43 AM

If you want live feedback, maybe consider that quite some fans are from Europe. I sure would watch more of your streams live if they wouldn't happen in the middle of the night for me.



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Posted Tue Jun 5, 2018 1:58 PM

Tonight (Tuesday) at 7PM PT/10PM ET I'll be gunning for the high scores for A-VCS-Tech Challenge on the ZeroPage Homebrew Twitch stream.

This is the game for 'Round 4 of the 2018 Harmony Games' and I'll be trying for both the A & B settings! There are some pretty good top scores to try and beat but I'll give it a shot. :-) See you there!

 

Link to contest: https://atariage.com...-tec-challenge/

 







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