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  1. I'm really looking forward to Saint's cart, and hoping reasonably priced ROMs will show up of recent years homebrews. And while I don't want to get political, I do feel there are many uninformed that really don't understand why anyone would like to leave EU, or why the deal on he table is unpalatable... Don't click if you don't want the red pill.
  2. When you compile lists like these it's sometimes hard to distuinguish between games that are pricey because of popularity or because they are rare. AvP for example, one of the first games to be released and a huge hit, probably the most common game made for the jag, except perhaps for cybermorph, but quite expensive because everyone wants it. I'd like to submit Powerdrive rally to the list, it's one of those "flying under the radar" kind of games that is good but everyone figures they'll get later but nowadays is looking at sky high prices.
  3. I seriously don't get your problem. It's not my problem if you get paid for your work or not, and certainly not my problem if you give away your work for free. It's not my problem that you have a problem with Thorsten Otto. It's not even my problem if you don't understand what I do. I don't even care about what you do. The software you charge money for etc. And still, you are all over something that I (and Czietz, amongst other people) basically gave away for free. anyone who wants to can take that work and turn it into that user friendly piece of software/hardware that you want, I don't have the time, and Cziets is uninterested aswell from my understanding. Would you rather that we didn't do it at all? Are you really that daft?
  4. I still don-t understand what you problem is. You bring up netusb, emutos, platoterm, etc, none of which I am involved. This wifi solution is cheap, and several people got it working, I'm not peddling it, I'm not making any money of it, and Cziets are not making money of it. We are not selling it. it is a DIY solution for people low on funds or not prepared to pay for a ready-to-go solution. Yes, it does require some sort of knowledge to put together. What do you expect? It's "free"... So what is your problem? I do not understand? You want everything spoonfed down your throat? So buy the ready to go solution someone linked to above. Why are you pestering me with whatever your problem is? So now when my rant is over, can we please have the village idiot @sauron appear and ban me from this thread.
  5. It's a 57600/115200 serial port mod. http://atari4ever.free.fr/#serial - you'll find it there
  6. Yeah, VOIP typically still supports FAX machines. But not much more, so you're unlikely to get speeds above 9600.
  7. What is this irrelevant rant about? Could someone translate?
  8. Actually, this is the same hardware as the wifi solution, using a fork of zimodem called cocowifi. http://subethasoftware.com/2019/05/02/cocowifi-fork-of-zimodem-updated-to-current/ Atleast in theory, you should be able to flash Czietz modified firmware and turn this into an ethernet adapter using sting. and flash it back to cocwifi when you want to use it as a telnet modem emulator.
  9. No matter how you slice it and dice it, Battlesphere was released after Atari gave up on Jaguar and was not sold through regular channels, thus making it "homebrew". Aircars, while barely making it before Atari gave up on Jaguar, is debateable since it really never was sold through regular channels. However, wikipedias list of official jaguar releases is correct imho. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Atari_Jaguar_games) With that said, Battlesphere is certainly a decent game, and is certainly better than the "homebrew" label might imply. If it had been available at a reasonable price ($70-$80), I'd say it is worth buying. However, the current ebay prices, even the spanish replicas, is blatantly overrating the game...
  10. Yes, I seriously hope there will be a solution for just buying the roms of recent years homebrews. I want to support homebrew but I am not a collector in that sense and really don't need/want to pay for expensive cartridges and fancy boxes. And honestly, these things also has a tendency to push the price of the homebrews into territories that they are simply not worth.
  11. Is it possible to lower the price (and overseas shipping costs) to sell the boxes as flat sheets, to fold/put together yourself? Paper documents are exempt from import taxes... Other than that... About time you did this, I'm so not fond of the jewel case solution...
  12. I don't care much for emulators, and somehow I doubt those who do would buy physical games anyway. ppl today are too used to getting everything digitally. But you can check it out here: http://adb.arcadeitalia.net/?mess=alpineg&list=lynx It's apparantly part of MAME's romset, but not supported. There are other "recent" games in there aswell, if you look.
  13. I didn't know alpinegames didn't fit in Lynx I. I have a dump of it, but it won't work with saint's sd-cart, which is a bit inconvenient since it is one of my favourite games and I've gotten used to not having to carry around, and swap, a bunch of gamecards...
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