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In Topic: One Last EPROM

Thu Aug 16, 2018 7:34 AM

Curiosity got the best of me... and well, I've never owned an original US Doubler... so I made good and got one from B&C.

 

The RAM pack is the expected black ICD logo'd epoxy brick, and the ROM is just a 2732 EPROM like the homebrews. Is the ROM, it's labelling, and the anti-static foam pretty much how the originals always were, or has B&C potentially created their own EPROMs to match up with an excess of original RAM packs?

 

I also dumped the ROM and can confirm its the expected CRC32 605B7153

I'm guessing it's a repro.  It also looks like the manual is a photocopy of the original.


In Topic: JagZombies

Wed Aug 15, 2018 5:40 PM

If he fixed that hit detection it could be decent, I reckon. :)

But since it's already been released...

Don't bother with this line of reasoning.  Plenty of decent chaps have suggested this, and even tried to help.  Modus Operandi is to release as much shit as quickly as possible, with as little effort as possible, taking no bug reports or suggestions into account.

 


In Topic: Port Ladybug, LaserBlast, Mouse Trap, and Zookeeper

Wed Aug 15, 2018 3:35 PM

I seem to be experiencing a weird Deja-Vu on this forum.  It's sort of like every time you make a post pete, you spout off about people pirating / sharing games.  I've not been very vocal in the past but for god's sake man.  Cut the shit, it's getting very annoying.  You're one more post like this away from permanent ignore.


In Topic: Sophia rev.C - DVI board

Wed Aug 15, 2018 7:29 AM

 

If I could just figure out how to attach files. I got it from this post

 

http://atariage.com/...g/#entry3550339

When posting, you need to hit the "more reply options".  You will then have a full editor, which allows you to attach files.  Only certain extensions are allowed, if you're ever in doubt, just ZIP it first.


In Topic: Graphics glitches on 800xl games. Normal?

Tue Aug 14, 2018 7:47 PM

I still say run the GTIA tests from within SysInfo.  Takes 30 seconds and it will confirm/eliminate that chip.