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  1. Just to point out that we won't be making any money from the game, although if you do want to support us then please do buy the box and manual, which comes with 2 extra pages of bonus sketches.
  2. The keyboard doesn't look like it is going to be comfortable to type on for long periods, given lack of wrist rest and that the switches are above the case.
  3. There wil be a box and manual for PitKat, the game won't be directly sold but will be available by other means (email us for more information). Here is what the box looks like
  4. Nominations, so new flyer
  5. How does it not work? Does it work and then crash? Have you tried both the PAL and PAL60 versions? The game was tested on an Atari 7800 NTSC and did work fine.
  6. Download the ZIP file that is the first post in the thread and read the PDF manual and the extra README.TXT file as it will explain what everything does.
  7. It would have been good if the games were in their own folders in the catagory folder as the files are a bit all over the place and it would have been useful to have all the game files for that game together so people would have downloaded all the files needed for the game. For example Pitkat doesn't have the readme.txt file which is mentioned in the manual and is also useful. The zip file can be found below, the thread also has some replies about some of the issues that people might had running the game.
  8. Minor Update If you run Pitkat on Stella (on emulation or Retron 77) and for some odd reason you want to run the PAL60 version rather then the NTSC version (or PAL one) then you need to set TV Format to PAL60. You can do this by highlighting the game, selecting options, going to game properties and changing TV Format. Running the PAL60 version with TV Format set to Auto Detect will make Stella detect the game as NTSC. As the game wants to display the PAL colours, the colours will be off although still playable. The PAL60 version was made primarially for PAL consoles that would be running Harmony, Pluscart or even a real cartridge.
  9. We joined the 21st century and we are on twitter. 😮 https://twitter.com/MashdyGames
  10. Updated the flyer above
  11. Alternative Imagic cover. (It's a tongue in cheek joke about Imagic covers... It won't be a offerered cover... even if the grey is a Panatone Metalic ink...)
  12. "Magazine" advert for Pitkat
  13. Feel free to play it, the download is on the 3rd post and works well in Stella.
  14. If you find any bugs then either mention them here or email us at [email protected] Hope everyone read the README.TXT and looked at the manual. Any feedback you have for that would be most appreciated too
  15. Jamtex


    Apart from Best Electronics is there anywhere to get a NTSC TIA chip?
  16. Is there any freeware vector versions or fonts of the controller symbols that appear on the back of Atari 2600 game boxes (the Joystick, Paddles, etc)? Making a manual / box for a freeware 2600 game and I want to make it as easy as possible.
  17. Most PDF programs (and printer drivers) will allow you to print the pages as a booklet and if your printer doesn't support dupplex printing then it will tell you to take out and refeed the pages back in to print on both sides of the page.Most PDFs should be in 5x7 inch format so either print to Tabloid / A3 paper without scaling or on letter / A4 with scaled to fit the paper. If you have the single images then there are several PDF creators, although I am not not sure whats on the iPad or Mac.
  18. As the title says, what is the paper weight of the paper used in the Atari game 2600 manuals?
  19. Jamtex

    atari 7800 RGB/Scart

    If you are getting it for the "better" picture quality then you would be better off saving money and AV modding a 7800 as it is not pure RGB but rather RGB from S-Video. You can find NTSC mod instructions here http://atariage.com/forums/topic/186254-atari-7800-s-video-mod-with-pics/ or for PAL here http://atariage.com/forums/topic/173828-7800-pal-b-composite-vout-scheme/ it does give a better picture then the Peritel machines too.
  20. Any regulated PSU that outputs 9V at least 500ma on a 3.5mm Jack positive tip will work. Radio Shack sell compatable ones for $15, you need Adaptaplug™ F Old Atari PSUs do have a smoothing cap and they are likely to be quite dry by now, so may end with hum bars.
  21. The middle east was all PAL (B if you want to use RF).
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