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Byte Knight

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Byte Knight last won the day on March 15 2014

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About Byte Knight

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    Stargunner
  • Birthday 12/08/1968

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    Intellivision / Apple II
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    Male
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    Waconia, MN
  • Interests
    Retrogaming
    Retrocomputing
    ATV's / dirt bikes
    Sand volleyball
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    with self!
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  1. Still doing it! Although requests are becoming fewer and farther between...
  2. Don't forget about the big wiener of the contest! 😎
  3. Welcome aboard! It's not easy getting on with a SE/30...
  4. Looks good on the old IBM! Any luck beating my score?
  5. You can use ProTERM for ANSI emulation on your IIe, and to get on with your SE/30 check out my site here: http://cqbbs.ddns.net
  6. Ata boy - there's at least one other IBM user on there so you won't be lonely! 😃
  7. It's actually listed for $225 on the ReActiveMicro site and it gives you floppy drive emulation and it's much speedier when booting GSOS on a IIgs. The Booti is unbearably slow with the IIgs...
  8. I haven't. Can't you already play 2600 games on the 7800?
  9. ProTERM for the Apple II will give you monochrome ANSI emulation and Spectrum for the IIgs will give you full color ANSI. What's cool about Spectrum is that you can connect with an Uthernet II card or via serial port.
  10. It actually Mystic BBS software running on an early Mac Mini (which is as retro as I could make it), and caters to IIgs and Mac users. CQ I BBS (port 6502) runs on my IIgs if you really desire that hardware, but it's strictly ASCII.
  11. Yes, check it out - we're over 200 door games now! Hopefully you've got a good terminal program with ANSI emulation.
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