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About ozyr

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  • Birthday February 18

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    WI, USA
  • Interests
    Atari VCS/2600 - 5200 - 7800 - Lynx, Vectrex, Odyssey2, Intellivision, Bally Astrocade, ColecoVision, Homebrews.
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    Too Many Switch games
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  1. I am curious, for those modding their O2 for RGB, what monitors are you using. I have never seen and 8pin RBG connector, ever.
  2. Oh... Can't wait... If any funding is needed, I'd be willing to help.
  3. The only thing I'm aware of is an extra chip for SID The Spellbinder, which contained extra word phrases for The Voice. As for extra RAM or a DPC chip, there are only a handful of people that can answer that, and I'm not sure if they are on AA (I know the most knowledgable person is not).
  4. Thanks for that. And honesty, curious as to how many you have. The lot I sold you a while ago left me with little, and I might need some this year.
  5. Nice pictures, as they are mine. Thanks for asking to use them!?
  6. Games are in release order, by number and / or year.
  7. Question for Stella running on the Retron 77. Could this make a game easier to play (slowed down or such via Stella)? I ask, as I need to know, but don't own a Retron 77.
  8. Looks interesting, but I don't think I have anything that takes that kind of RGB connector. Is there a way to convert that?
  9. Hello Thomas, David Flemming writing you, in regards to finally getting RAM Pong published via Packrat (I tried via email, but not sure if you are getting my emails or not). I've got the box work almost done, and just need to work on the manual. At this point, wondering if you had a basic listing to base a manual off of? I know it is Pong, but a full list of what the game can do would be nice (I've gathered what I found here, but am sure there is a bit more). Thanks in advance, and sorry for taking so long to get this published (long story which I really don't want to share in public here). -David "Packrat" Flemming
  10. I’m interested in one. No rush with the holidays coming up.
  11. How long is the quote for this? Plus I'm curious if a 'new' cart was used for the mold. I am still interested, as destroying games is something I'm tired of doing (plus cleaning them up is a pain too). I used new PCBs, as the cost is low, and the product more reliable. I only ask about using a 'new' cart for the mold, as I would possible increase my amount. Plus I wonder what guarantee there is on this?
  12. You just need to Google the crap out of it, or know the right person (me for one). http://ozyr.com/rene/C7051_info.html - this is the info on the 7051. I see you've found the transfer program (not easy to find).
  13. There is a flashable cart out there. Google it. I do not recall the maker. I am sure it uses a rotary dial to select games. there is also a board sold that can be flashed with one game too. Sold by a guy in Canada. If you want a custom board made, I (Packrat) can do that.
  14. Nice thing about repro carts: - no need to cannibalize older carts (these are for collectors). - biggest thing (as I see it), no need to remove labels from old carts (this is a pain in the ass, period). - at $3-5, the price is just fine. - if this is a true repro, there are already PCBs designed for this. I would be curious as to how this would be done? Mr. Mux, PM me if you'd like. I need more details.
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