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  1. Here is that write up: Q. When playing O2 games using RGB I notice small flashing dots on screen in different spots based on the game being played. Example: K.C. Krazy Chase = small red flashing dots in the lower / center part of TV screen. UFO and K.C. Munchkin = small red flashing dots at the top of the screen Mage the Final Journey = small red flashing dots at the left of the screen Any ideas of the cause? A. Yes, this is caused by changing the background color mid-screen. With a normal RF connection the dots are too small to notice, but with an RGB connection they are clearly visible. What happens is that when data is loaded into VDC register A3, the write pulse occurs too soon, before the data is available on the data bus. At that moment the databus still contains the address (A3), so that is used as background color briefly before the actual data (color) is written to register A3. More info at this URL: http://videopac.nl/forum/index.php?topic=2873.0
  2. This is due to how game is programmed. Nothing to do with mod. Rene fixed several games that do this. It was discussed in the past here and on videopac.nl
  3. What if the Amico is really repackaged Stadia and you don't even download the game?
  4. I thought they had to rework the controller and Cornhole
  5. I wish it would, but don't think it will due to the controller being overly complex.
  6. What happens in X years after IE have moved on from Amico? Will the games still work or do they need to check in with a server each time before being played?
  7. That Nick guys said its a code in a box. Then the console downloads the rom from the internet and its signed to your console. I would assume the code in a box is a single use kind of download, but maybe it allows for re-download to the same console again if the file was deleted. I don't think people will trade pre-owned/used code in a box type products, but perhaps they will.
  8. The controller is likely so bad that having good games does not even matter.
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