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About Serguei2

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  • Birthday 01/13/1967

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    I like make games and flash movies.

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  1. LOL.

     

    I bought a new computer with lower resolution.

     

    But the rest is better.

    1. save2600

      save2600

      Lower res today means the picture is larger on your screen! lol   Higher res shrinks everything and icons, etc. are too damned small. 

    2. carlsson

      carlsson

      Depends on how much lower resolution, but if you're a gamer and get much higher framerate it could be worth it.

  2. Those are new for me. I wish more familiar developers to make games for Amico. Enjoy JP Zen Studios Sega Circle Entertainment Ubisoft Coderchild Activision Yacht Club Games Konami They can come out games without breaking Amico 10 commandments.
  3. My Toshiba TV screen becomes darker and one moment later brighter. It happens with other channels too. That reminds me when my monitor had the same thing before it dies years ago. Probably I will buy a new tv set one day.
  4. Unlike other consoles, Google Stadia is a console where it can play games from cloud, not from hard disk, sd or other devices. The problem with it, if Google decides to terminate its console, we would get an orphaned console without games because Stadia only plays cloud games. If Atari 2600 was a cloud console instead cartridges, nobody would play it today. What a shame.
  5. Put videos to private are useless. Nobody can enjoy them. Better to find an alternative to YouTube.
  6. I just checked my old catalogues and I noted console games are higher than pre-NES. Before NES, console games are around $10- $40. Computer games are around $30-$60. With NES and other consoles starts having games the same price than computers, around $40-$90. Commodore 64 has lower price games. Only Atari 2600 has decent prices around $20-$35 until 1992. $ = Canadian dollar.
  7. If NTSC is 4x3, so 256x192 is a true SD resolution.

     

    Colecovision has the right resolution.

    1. Flojomojo

      Flojomojo

      ColecoVision is the only Vision that matters. 

    2. ClassicGMR

      ClassicGMR

      @Flojomojo You forget Intelligent Television.

  8. If the game is digital only and requiert to register before playing, I would pass.
  9. What's to do SGM2/Omni with Amico? Does it suggest SGM2/Omni supports 2.5D as well?
  10. I just updated my videos for not for kids. Thanks for help, guys.
  11. From now, YouTube users need to tell if their videos are made for children or not. https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/9527654?hl=en Myself, I can't tell if some of my videos are for kids. I make them for everybody, not just for kids.
  12. I want to be clear about this topic. Which type of games would you like to see on ColecoVision? Not, Which games would you like to see on ColecoVision? For me, RPG games. If colecovision can save games, I go for RPGs.
  13. I wonder how to convert mono songs to stereo.

     

    I just watched Lost in Space (1965) and the intro is in stereo.

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    2. Joe C.

      Joe C.

      Sam Darnold had mono :(

    3. Serguei2

      Serguei2

      I downloaded Audacity https://www.fosshub.com/Audacity.html and tried it. It works with some degree of success. 

       

      I will give it another try to get better results.

       

      It's cool to turn mono songs into stereo.

       

      The drawback doing this is the songs lose their charms.

    4. SoundGammon

      SoundGammon

      NERO has Wave Editor that has a stereo processor on it that gives a great stereo effect!  "GREEN ONIONS" by Booker T. & The Mgs sounds great! 

  14. Serguei2

    N-Gage

    #1 N-Gage games are too expensive comparative to GBA games and it was available on few stores only.
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