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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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  • Birthday 12/08/1968

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    Intellivision / Apple II
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    Waconia, MN
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  1. Playing deathmatch in Mario Bros. at IIgs speeds is a blast! Finding another player is the problem...
  2. <crickets chirping> No BBS users on here?!
  3. Here's a new full color ANSI BBS for IIgs and vintage Mac users! Jump on CQ II with Spectrum or your favorite color ANSI terminal program and browse the forums, play some awesome door games like LORD & Lemonade Stand, view thousands of Apple game-related text files, check out CNN headlines and the status of Covid, and play some live trivia. Telnet over to cqbbs.ddns.net:6800. Hope to see you there!
  4. It's so awesome to see this finally come to fruition! Looking forward to playing the crap out of this over Christmas Break.
  5. Great lists! I would add the wifi modem such as the WiModem232 to the list since since there aren't too many phone line BBS's up any more, and AFAIK none that are run on Apple II's. The VidHD card is pretty cool too for emulating the old monitor look, scanlines and all, on a modern monitor.
  6. The IIgs will give you the most flexibility. That's what I'd keep if I had to keep only one machine.
  7. Very cool - thanks for porting this! If you really want to go old-school, I've made this available as a download in my Basic Files section on my BBS (telnet://cqbbs.ddns.net:6502). Download directly to your Apple II hard drive!
  8. I think the only way to do it is with an Applesauce unit, and it looks like that only writes to 3.5" disks.
  9. And don't forget the soon-to-be-released Nox Archaist!
  10. The games themselves will look fine in 4:3, but the game selection screen will not look very good as it is designed for widescreen. Adding roms is easy via a USB thumb drive or wifi.
  11. It should only take a few seconds to init. Try this copy. PT3.1.zip
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