Hi there! I just joined AtariAge a few months ago because I bought an old Atari VCS and now want to write my own game(s).
I did some C64 assembly before, but programming for the Atari 2600 is a real challenge!
While browsing for good technical documentation, I noticed a lot of people recommended to read the "Stella Programmer's Guide" by Steve Wright, which can be downloaded as PDF.
I thought it would be nice to have this guide as an actual booklet, so I took the PDF, cropped and scaled it for printing on US Trade Size (6" x 9"), then added a nice book-cover and finally uploaded it to lulu.com (the on-demand printing company).
You can order it for $2.45 here: http://www.lulu.com/...t-23612618.html
(in Europe the price is somewhat higher: €3.45)
Note that I'm not making a single dollar-cent on this; you only pay for the printing of the booklet. And lulu.com regularly has these promotions where they offer free shipping, making this a real bargain.
The booklet has a full-color cover (showing a heavy sixer) and looks and feels really nice - if I may say so myself. Please see the attachments.
P.S. On the back of the booklet, I added a little photo of a bike. I think you can guess the brand :-)
Edited by Dionoid, Tue May 8, 2018 4:22 PM.