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  1. Atari Systems

    1. Atari 2600

      602,100 posts

      The Atari 2600 is the system that started it all for Atari, and is by far the most popular classic gaming console. This forum covers all 2600 systems produced by Atari, as well as 2600-compatible consoles produced by third-parties.

    2. Atari 5200

      75,437 posts

      The Atari 5200 was Atari's second cartridge-based game console. Based on the Atari 8-bit computer line and labeled the "SuperSystem", the 5200 was Atari's answer to growing competition in a market they were losing control over.

    3. Atari 7800

      125,041 posts

      The Atari 7800 ProSystem is a contemporary of the Nintendo Entertainment System and the Sega Master System. Based on extensive feedback from Atari customers, the 7800 features a streamlined design, backward compatibility with the 2600, a powerful graphics processor, and simplified controllers.

    4. Atari Lynx

      56,684 posts

      Atari's first portable game system, the Atari Lynx was designed by Epyx and the engineers who created the Amiga. Ahead of its time, the Lynx sported a backlit color screen and impressive games, but was unable to tackle the Gameboy juggernaut.

    5. Atari Jaguar

      177,395 posts

      Atari's last game console, the Atari Jaguar represented a huge leap in technology from previous offerings. Featuring a 64-bit architecture, the Jaguar had great potential, but its power was difficult to tap. Even then, many great games were released and the Jaguar has an avid fan base today.

    6. Dedicated Systems

      29,245 posts

      Before Atari produced the famous 2600, they created many standalone consoles such as Pong, Speedway, and Stunt Cycle. Recently, Atari has been creating new dedicated consoles, such as the Atari Flashback.

    7. Atari 8-Bit Computers

      480,938 posts

      Atari's original 8-bit computer line, featuring the Atari 400, 800, XL, and XE series of computers. Powerful and well-engineered, the Atari 8-bit computers are still popular with fans today!

    8. Atari's next generation computer line, the Atari ST computers were based on the Motorola 68000 series chips, the same as the Macintosh at the time. The ST would also be followed by the TT and Falcon.

  2. Gaming General

    1. Classic Computing

      207,891 posts

      Use this forum to discuss the plethora of classic computers outside of Atari 8-bit offerings. These include the Apple II, Commodore 64/128, Amiga, TI 99/4a, MSX, TRS-80 and others.

    2. Modern Gaming

      284,063 posts

      This forum is for discussion of all modern game systems, including PC games and browser-based online games.

    3. Prototypes

      13,900 posts

      Ever wondered about all those games that were announced but never released? Or games that have been discovered over the years that no one even knew existed? Or have you discovered a new prototype that no one's seen yet? Here's the place to talk about prototype games, led by Tempest of AtariProtos.com.

    4. Arcade and Pinball

      40,606 posts

      Many of us grew up pumping quarters into arcade games, and here's where you can discuss all your favorites. From Pong to Pinball to the latest arcade games, if it has a coin slot, then you're at the right place!

    5. Emulation

      27,764 posts

      Emulators allow you to experience classic games on modern PCs (and other devices!) Discuss the latest emulator developments and ask questions about emulation here!

    6. Hardware

      29,244 posts

      This forum is for discussion of hardware at a more technical level than you'll find in the other forums. If you have a hardware question you'd like to ask or have some interesting knowledge you'd like to share with others, post it here!

    7. This forum is for discussion of gaming related magazines, books, websites, and other publications.

    8. International

      4,445 posts

      Internacional - Internazionale - Internationaal - Internasjonal - This forum is for discussion of classic and modern gaming in languages other than English.

  3. Marketplace

    1. Buy, Sell, and Trade

      221,878 posts

      Please use this forum as a tool to buy, sell, and trade games and hardware.

    2. Auction Central

      166,216 posts

      Use this forum to discuss auctions on eBay. Have something up for auction you'd like to share? Post it here! You can also highlight amusing, off-the-wall, or interesting auctions that others may want to hear about!

    3. Wanted

      45,040 posts

      Use this forum to post a list of the gaming hardware and software you're looking for!

    4. Spreading the Love with Free Games and other items.

    5. User Feedback Forum

      13,077 posts

      Please use this forum to leave feedback about other users on AtariAge that you've had good and/or bad experiences with. Please read the sticky at the top of this forum before posting!

  4. Community

    1. If you're a repeat visitor to AtariAge, it's likely you also collect classic games and systems. Here's your chance to show off to the rest of the community your collection!

    2. Member Blogs

      11,873 posts

      As members update their Blogs, messages will be posted in this forum so you can more easily keep tabs on who's writing what!

    3. Poll of the Week

      6,460 posts

      Each week, Shawn will create a new poll for AtariAge members to vote on and discuss. Have an idea for a poll you'd like to see featured? Send Shawn a PM so he may consider it!

    4. Contests

      15,190 posts

      These forums are for discussing and participating in contests started by AtariAge, contests run by forum members, and of course, the weekly High Score Contests!

    5. Events

      20,289 posts

      Use this forum to discuss gaming events of all types, including expos revolving around classic gaming, events catering to modern systems, arcade expos, and local gatherings of collectors getting together or a day of gaming.

    6. User Groups

      2,531 posts

      This forum and its subforums are for classic gaming and computing user groups. Find people in your area who share your love of this hobby!

  5. Game Programming

    1. Homebrew Discussion

      44,124 posts

      Here you can talk about homebrew games that don't have their own forums allocated (which will be most of them). Have an idea for a game that you'd like to see someone program? Are you programming a game and want some feedback? Discuss it here!

    2. Programming

      6,636 posts

      The programming forums are technical discussions of programming various classic gaming consoles. The more popular consoles have their own dedicated programing forums, so please only use this forum for topics that fall outside of those forums.

    3. Hacks

      21,470 posts

      A hack is an existing game that has somehow been modifed in terms of graphics, colors, sounds, and/or gameplay. If you've modified a game and would like to share it with others, or have an idea for a modification you'd like to see done to an existing game, you can discuss it here.

  6. Site

    1. Announcements

      5,280 posts

      Important site or forum-related announcements will be posted here. If you see a new announcement, please stop by to read it!

    2. Have a question about how to use the forum?  Ask here and others can answer (including admins and mods!)  

    3. Do you have suggestions for how AtariAge can be improved? Please post them here, as well as criticisms, and kudos about the web site!

    4. Rarity Guide

      8,092 posts

      The AtariAge Rarity Guide is a living, breathing document! If you have feedback regarding rarity guide values and the database in general, please discuss it here!

    5. Archived Forums

      541 posts

      Resting place for forums that have have run their course and are archived here for reference.

  7. Classic Gaming News

    1. Discuss news posted on the front page of AtariAge!

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  • Recent Status Updates

    • Ikrananka

      I have finally finished installing, testing, photographing and filming my new pause mod kit for the ColecoVision.  Kits are now available to buy here: 
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    • thanatos

      I took this photo on Saturday at VCFMW.  Universes colliding.
      1. Stephen

        I do not see the photo nor a link.
      2. thanatos

        Yeah, it's a twitter link, and apparently it only works if you click on my profile.
        - Ok, it's fixed to at least displaying a URL.
    • H.E.R.O.

      Thoroughly enjoying Sydney Hunter & The Curse Of The Mayan from our friends at Collectorvision. Plays fair, very few cheap deaths & I've got a bird who now hangs with me. If only it shot fireballs.
      1. GoldLeader

        Cool!  I'll be playing the other 2 on my Phoenix when it arrives   and I also have the SNES version of Caverns of Death.
    • S1500

      Wish I had my scheduling together a bit better to make it to Vintage Computer Festivial Midwest 19. I know people who went there, and not too far of a drive from the twin cities to geek out for a weekend. 
      1. Stephen

        Yeah - it was a great show, insanely busy both days.
    • VectorGamer

      I prefer to have my hair cut in silence
      1. ClassicGMR

        The barber understands this... Why doesn't SuperCuts?!?
      2. save2600

        Small talk and chit chat. Seemingly pointless, but some insist it helps pass the time. Or feel like they're being "rude" if their gums aren't flapping all the time.
      3. Flojomojo

        My favorite hair cutters don't speak much English. 
    • Master Phruby

      Had a dream where my son rented out our house without telling us so he could go to Mexico for the week.
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    • Classic Pac

      I leave for Washington DC for a week later today
      1. save2600

        Sounds like a field trip!
      2. Flojomojo

        If you are coming in via BWI, this is really close. Lots of old arcade games. http://www.crab-towne.com
    • Random Terrain

      Are the biophotons that your body produces one more piece of the puzzle that helps to prove that you are truly in a holographic computer simulation?
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    • Swami

      "Humans" was cancelled after only three seasons. Bah!
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      2. jaybird3rd

        Yet, "Star Trek: Disgracery" is getting a third season, and is somehow winning Saturn awards, too.  Crazy.
      3. GoldLeader

        Ya gotta remember FOX was the only one taking any risks with sci-fi at that point and yet still would cancel almost anything before it's time (Like Terra Nova, for instance, and other shows like The Tick or Greg The Bunny (which may not have been sci-fi, but were different and interesting and yes Killed before their time )...So it was tough, because on one hand at least they tried it, but on the other hand...Well...Look what they did to Firefly if you want to see mismanagement...Episodes Missing, Showing episodes out of order after being told specifically not to do that by the creators, Moving it around the schedule until no one could find it...
        FOX was the BEST/WORST Network there ever was numsayin?
      4. Swami

        Besides all that, it's in the middle of the story. Would be nice if we got a movie to finish the story at least.
      5. GoldLeader

        ^That would have been a good idea!
      6. CharlieChaplin

        the swedish original "real humans" ended after only two seasons! And errmm, regarding humans (the british series), only the first two seasons are available in german language, the third season is not (english only, since several years now)...
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    • Blindseer42

      I'm Diabetic. It's not fair! What did i do to deserve this!
      Pray for me, please
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      2. RockyRaccoon

        It's either heredity or your diet that causes diabetes.  
        I'm diabetic too. I am not a doctor. But my suggestion for you would be to: cut sugary soda and/or energy drinks out of your life- first if it's a major part of it. Switch to Zero Sugar/Diet versions of them.  Or just switch to Water or Non-carbonated zero-sugar stuff like Crystal Light drink mix or sparkling flavored water. I really love their lemonade flavors and Clear American's 'Orange Cream' flavored water.
        I'd then cut out carbs and most junk foods. Replace them with better things for you. It turns out Walmart sells a lot of super cheap 'Steam in bag' vegetables in the frozen aisle under their great value brand and now I love the hell out of Brussels Sprouts now. Also lean meats/protein. Also, cut out carbs whenever you can. Research everything you eat--- for example-- I know 'Rice' sounds healthy for you, but it's actually one of the worst foods a diabetic can eat because it WILL cause a horrid blood sugar spike. There is a specific rice 'breed' that will cause a lower spike if you must have rice in your diet, but I forget the specific one. 
        You absolutely need a glucometer now. Log your glucose reading either in a spreadsheet or a log book. Also.. I know it sucks, to stick your finger with a tiny pin three times a day, but do it. If you're diabetic you absolutely need to be checking your glucose meter at ''least'' five times a day (Once waking up, once an hour or so after your first meal, once before your last meal of the deal and once after, and one in the middle of the day.) , and maybe more if you're feeling 'off'.
        If you're type 2:
        Also look up youtube videos about giving yourself insulin if you feel a lack of confidence or worry about giving yourself a needle of insulin--- if they've prescribed it. I also suggest getting an insulin ''pen'' if your healthcare plan will cover them rather than a vial you fill a needle with. Pens carry easier in your kit and they're 'easier' to take and use and you can get needles for the pen in various lengths if you're scared of a longer needle
        Just some advice for you that lowered my H1AC dramatically to healthier levels, but you may be different. Talk with your doctor. Look some stuff up online. 
      3. Blindseer42

        it's type 1, just found out today.
      4. GoldLeader

        I'm sending good vibes!  I have a lot of friends and relatives who have it (I should probably be checked out myself)...It's not the end of the world.  One thing I will mention is that I had a friend go into that "low blood sugar" state and suddenly he couldn't even talk.  I called his niece and asked her what to do.  Turned out giving him apple juice snapped him right out of it.  So you might find out what to do in certain circumstances and tell friends ahead of time, just in case...
      5. Austin

        I am sorry to hear that. Type 1 is for life, but knowing several individuals that have it, it's something you will learn to live with. Insulin will pretty much be mandatory multiple times a day. Best of luck to you with it.
      6. sixersfan105

        Oh wow, Type 1 as an adult isn't all that common. Then again, they changed the terminology a while back to Type 1 and Type 2 from the original Juvenile and Adult-Onset because more adults were suddenly getting Type 1, so I suppose you're part of a growing trend. If there's any silver lining, since you're Type 1, you know that it was likely hereditary and nothing you could have controlled like diet, etc. My mom is diabetic (Type 1), has been since she was 17 and she has managed it well all these years (knock on wood). You should seriously consider getting yourself a Dexcom OR a pump. She got the former a year or so ago and LOVES it - doesn't trust a pump. Best of luck to you; you got this!
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