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Gábor Orvos

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About Gábor Orvos

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  1. I think the reason is that PAL video contains more scanlines than NTSC (576 vs. 480).
  2. VAT and handling fee is Hungarian speciality, but I assume other European countries have some kind of import taxes as well...
  3. Thank you! It's taken from an old C64-game, Black Panther, made by Punk Pruductions (it's their logo): https://csdb.dk/release/?id=126062
  4. I agree... Mine was caugt by the Hungarian Customs, and despite it's duty free, I had to pay +27% VAT (4000 HUF) plus 3500 HUF (circa 12 USD) handling fee, in the end I paid 80 USD total instead of just 55... Despite all it's a fantastic product, big thanks to everyone who is/was involved during the development and marketing! It works perfectly with my cheap arabian clone! Cheers: Gábor
  5. Be patient! I tried it, works, but currently it's low compatibility. Mark is still working on it. I sent him my collection of 4-joy Atari games for testing purposes, and waiting for feedback. Gábor
  6. Thanks for the experimental core, test results sent via E-mail!
  7. Sorry, the correct address is orvosgab at gmail dot com.
  8. Hi Mark! I would be glad to test the new experimental core, preferring the PAL system. I've both 50Hz compatible VGA monitor and Minimig VGA2SCART cable too. Momentary I'm not at home, I could test the core on monday, early in the morning. My E-mail adress is orvosg at gmail dot com, if necessary. Thanks again in advance: Gábor
  9. Thanks for the fast reply! I would like to play Silicon Warrior (on c64 I had a 3-in-1 cartridge containing this title, this was one of my first games, but of course without 4-player option). The other title is the Asteroids (there is an Amiga clone called Poweroids, but it doesn't run on my Chameleon). Thanks in advance: Gábor
  10. Hi Atari Gurus! I never had an Atari, but a c64 during my chlildhood. I own a Turbo Chameleon 64 since the january of 2015, and I use Your Atari800XL core with the greatest pleasure! Some of the Atari games (i.e. Keystone Kapers) were never ported to Commodore platforms. Nowadays I play a lot 4-player, 4-joystick games with my friends (the TC64's Docking Station has four DB9 connectors, just like the original Atari 400 or 800 computers). I found cca. 30 c64: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Commodore_64_joystick_adapters and cca. 80 Amiga titles, which are using 4-player adapter: https://ftp.fau.de/aminet/docs/misc/FourPlayerGames_EN.pdf I tried some of the Atari 8-bit family's 4 joy games, but none of them worked on the Chameleon: http://www.atarimania.com/faq-atari-400-800-xl-xe-what-games-support-4-or-more-simultaneous-players_67.html You wrote in the Atari 800/5200 FPGA Core Manual, on side 2 / 13: "Chameleon can either use the two joystick ports on a real Commodore 64 or use two of the four ports on the Chameleon docking station." Mi question is: Is it possible to 'activate' the 3rd and 4th joy port of the Chameleon's Docking Station to use with Atari 4-joy games? The c64 and the minimig cores support this option. Sorry for my poor english, I learned german in the school... :-) Regards: Gábor
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