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  1. It's unlikely it's this, but to leave no stone unturned: http://www.atarimania.com/game-atari-400-800-xl-xe-hero_2439.html I hope you/we find it, I'd like to check it out.
  2. Zeppelin? http://www.atarimania.com/game-atari-400-800-xl-xe-zeppelin_5923.html
  3. For kicks I converted the TEXT.DAT via atari800 file copy to H6: TEXT.DAT
  4. OP might not want to use a different emulator, but I can confirm both images attached in OP work with atari800 4.2.0 on linux with ps3 pad or atari joystick via usb adapter.
  5. Yeah, I know when I use my ps3 joypad, if I want to use the dpad I have to use xboxdrv to force that, otherwise it will use the analog nub which is fine sometimes. Make sure to try all the buttons, it might be that directionals are being assigned to unexpected places.
  6. Well you're going to have to debug somehow. Does your 8bitdo SN30 or 8bitdo SN30 Pro work 100% in other applications? I think atari800(I know you're not using that) assigns every button that is not defined as a directional to the trigger. Maybe connect an xbox/ps controller as a control. Good luck.
  7. What is your joystick setup? ps/xbox controller? atari via adapter? What does SDL report? sdl-jstest --list If it reports something see if you can test it, might have to change '0': sdl-jstest --test 0
  8. Might not apply in this case, and I don't know the back story, but Phobos is similar and was released by APX in 1982: http://www.atarimania.com/game-atari-400-800-xl-xe-phobos_3942.html
  9. Or just switch the emulator mode : D
  10. No big deal, it's just my default atari800 setting is 48k 800. : D
  11. Cool! Note: requires xl/xe computer.
  12. Keep up the good work! Too bad you have to spend so much time defending decisions, you brought it this far, it's in good hands.
  13. Just wanted to say it sounds great. Plus, good questions/concerns asked, and good answers given. Thanks.
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