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  1. Quarantine DIY haircut no... 5? #lostcount

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    2. desiv

      desiv

      Nice thing about DIY haircuts for me.  Not that I am getting better at it, because I'm not.  But I'm getting more accepting of my bad haircuts, which is almost as good!

    3. joeatari1

      joeatari1

      Yours takes more talent to cut than mine.  I have been doing a simple buzz for about 20 years.  Set the height and go.  I have changed my facial hair a few times within that period though.

    4. legeek

      legeek

      Curly Hair is pretty forgiving, I cut it dry.

  2. Amazing already, Andrew! Love the smoother scrolling and extra frames of animation on the "tiles". Cheers, Ben P.S. Huzzah!
  3. This looks great, Carl! Ordered!
  4. Cool. Do you need two pads for multiplayer on a tv? Or can player one use the stick on the unit itself?
  5. When connected to a TV, can one player use the controls on the unit itself, and the 2nd player use the arcade stick?
  6. Sadly, from what I've read, the only controllers that work are: The Official Astrocity Mini Pads The Official Astrocity Mini Pads Sticks The JP Megadrive Mini 6 button pads
  7. This is amazing! Already a HUGE improvement! If I may humbly suggest adding AtariVox support for Bleeped "Cursing"? Cheers, Ben
  8. GODDAMN WINDOWS 98!!!!!
  9. FujiNet seems like Magic to me! Do you still get the ERROR: I/O timeout when playing on a local network? Thanks! Ben
  10. Yeah what price would make sense? Also what about selling a KIT with instructions, to reduce labor? At a certain price point it could make more sense to go the FujiNet route, depending on what other stuff a user might want to do.
  11. Sweet! If you get enough interest, I would be in for TWO. Cheers, Ben
  12. Hello and sorry if this has been answered before (I could not find this particular question answered via search). Having tooled around in MIDI Maze with bots, it seems like live players would be much more fun, yet MIDI Mate interfaces are expensive, or require some DIY assembly beyond my skill set: https://ataribits.weebly.com/midi.html (These seems really cool though!) Considering Atari 850s are much less sought after, how hard is it to network two Atari 8-bits using two Atari 850s and an RS-232 cable for playing MIDI Maze? Has anyone gotten it working, and -- assuming the various hardware is in working order -- is it as "plug and play" as it sounds? Thanks! Ben
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