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#1 Random Terrain OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Sep 13, 2018 8:20 PM

For those who don't know, Nathan Strum made a batari Basic logo back in 2006.
Here's the large version:
Here's the medium version:
And here is the small version without "built with" for people to use on their web sites:






Since batari liked his user name to start with a lowercase b, he decided that batari Basic should also start the same way. He also said that the word BASIC for this project should just have the B capitalized. Since batari Basic is a BASIC-like language and not official BASIC and it's a starting point for the average person who wants to make Atari 2600 games (it gives them the basic tools they need to make a game), only having the B capitalized shouldn't bother anybody.

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Posted Thu Sep 13, 2018 8:36 PM

Thanks. I was wondering where it came from when I first started out using bB.

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Posted Yesterday, 11:48 AM

Has anyone made a version for the title screen kernel?  If not: I have!


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Posted Yesterday, 12:04 PM

Has anyone made a version for the title screen kernel?

I made a few basic ones at various resolutions. Not sure if I've shared them before or not.

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Posted Yesterday, 3:16 PM

Very nice looking Logo, but I'm not sure of the purpose.


I think BASIC is an awesome programming language and so is Assembly, they work so well together we often see them combined.


Assembly + Macros (BASIC)

BASIC + Pokes (Assembly)


A lot of great assembly games utilize Macro BASIC for cross development, but I don't expect to see a "Made with Macros" disclaimer.


The programmer making the game always gets full credit regardless of the tools they use.


If the programmer uses in a lot of code from another game that programmer should get a reference, this usually isn't done. 


I'd also like to see a logo for Atari games made using modern hardware, made with a modern CPU that can run Windows 10

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