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DarkLord

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About DarkLord

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    River Patroller
  • Birthday 12/24/1961

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    Male
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    Prestonsburg, KY USA
  • Interests
    All things Atari!, air guns, Dungeons and Dragons
  • Currently Playing
    Neverwinter Online, Guild Wars2, and Knights of the Old Republic...

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  1. Years ago I got Slor on the 8bit side to do a cover for my STacy. (actually, he takes the orders and his wife does the work) Anyway, I've always been very happy with the results. He did not have a STacy to go by so I sent him the measurements but I'm telling you, looks totally custom and righteous. Anyone seriously interested should contact him. PS Probably stick to page 4 'cause if you see what one guy put on his Amiga's cover ya'll might go volcanic. If it's any consolation, look at what I put on the lower right corner of my STacy's cover. (considering there wasn't any portable Amiga's released by C) http://www.slor.net/a8/covers.html
  2. Don't know - don't have a second serial port on DarkForces' Mega ST4. I would assume not though, unless the call was coming into *that* serial port... The BBS sends the data. An .ACC (desk accessory) on the ST, on the callers' end, plays the music.
  3. Looking for a commercial disk from ST Xpress that contained 20 song files specifically made for Mikeytraxx. A preview disk containing 2 song files is on Atarimania, but I'd like to have all of the original songs... Thanks, any and all information appreciated. PS I realize this one is probably going to be tough to find.
  4. Just for historical significance and I know some of you are interested in various BBS software setups... According to the docs, this started out on Forem ST...at least all the examples in the docs refer to a Forem ST setup.
  5. At one time, there was an app/script for BBS Express! ST that would allow you to play music through the speaker of any Hayes compatible modem. DarkForce had this up and running at one point. It was actually pretty fun. Unfortunately, when we switched to telnet only, we lost the ability to use it and it was never updated to support some other means of playing the music. Musicomm, I think was it's name... Too bad the Lantronix UDS-10 doesn't have a speaker. Got a picture somewhere...
  6. I think so too - and I love the Curt Vendel piece at the beginning.
  7. This month, March 2021, we are giving away a brand new copy of: 50 ST Games You Have To Play ! This is a wonderful book celebrating 35 years of the Atari ST, published by Zafinn Books. Good luck to everyone who participates and thanks for calling!
  8. Here is the winner for February 2021 at The DarkForce! BBS: Orpheuswaking ! That's right, Orpheuswaking wins a like new copy of "Zero 5" for the Atari Jaguar. Congratulations to our winner and thanks to everyone who called! PS Orpheuswaking, I need you to send your actual/physical address so I can your prize out to you ASAP!
  9. I always seem to hear the number 4-6 million tossed about...
  10. Sorry I'm late replying to this - missed it somehow. We've got several classic games on the BBS. The ones you mentioned are mostly PC games. Not many people play these days but the most popular titles are: AFL Football Assassin Dungeons & Dragons ST Final Frontier II Reanimator II The Thieves Guild Plus more...
  11. Here is the winner for February 2021 at The DarkForce! BBS: Orpheuswaking ! That's right, Orpheuswaking wins a like new copy of "Zero 5" for the Atari Jaguar. Congratulations to our winner and thanks to everyone who called! PS Orpheuswaking, I need you to send your actual/physical address so I can your prize out to you ASAP!
  12. Understood. In this case though it actually said something about the ATASCII part.
  13. Dang right. Unfortunately though, my favorite MMO, Guild Wars 2 doesn't run fast enough under my Linux setup to play it like I want to (I do PvP, World Vs World, etc, where lag will kill you faster than lickety-split). So..I'm forced to run a Win7 box for that. I also use Hero Lab on it (that is supposed to run under Linux and I did have it running there but an update broke it and I've not quite figured out what went wrong yet). Also, my wife is allergic to Linux...well, okay - maybe she's not allergic to it but when I try to get her to use it, I swear she breaks out in hives.
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