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  1. That's one of the great things about the mechanics in this game. It may seem a bit difficult at first, but when you get in 'the zone' of controlling the ship it's sublime <use your Reaction Thrusters and a pro controller : ) >
  2. Pro Controller is definitely the way you want to rock this one
  3. That matches what I have in the archives here as well.
  4. It's great to see this core updated with very much needed features. If we can get to running Realms of Antiquity, that would be something
  5. So, let me get this straight. This thread has gone from a completely ludicrous set of assumptions about the JagCD into Underpants Gnomes and Coleco Chameleon territory.
  6. Yes the case is quite nice for something that has not had a tens of thousands of dollars injection molded die set created for. SLS printing (presumably what these cases are) is quite premium. Never underestimate the power of hoarding and revolving glass display cases. 😄
  7. For my MiSTer / retronuc I have an SN30 Pro+ which I use a secondary controller where I need dual/analog sticks. I have a lot of different controllers, but my primary main retro controller (six face buttons/shoulders) for a long time now has been an M30 2.4G USB. I also have M30 2.4G pads for use with an actual Genesis or a USB adapter such as the aforementioned Genesis Daemonbite. Amongst the legions of controllers I have the M30 dpad rates near the absolute top. The SN30 Pro+ use case controller will probably be phased out in favor of an XSX controller and wireless dongle when the xow drivers are perfected a bit more. The XSX controller is a great modern dual stick device with a fantastic dpad.
  8. SNAC is something best used for unique controllers only if required (like a zapper). Antonio's hardware designs in general deviate from project standards and usually have inherent potential risks of incompatibility and/or reliance on code support that is not part of the official project. Using a decent USB controller these days with MiSTers fast USB polling pretty much eliminates any actual human based concerns around latency. Something like the Daemonbites can be built/purchased if you want to use original controllers. I've built some Genesis ones that work great.
  9. Yes, the date is just meant to be indicative of the upload time. Just putting it up as an alternative, some folks seem to like the listed format
  10. Mega updated https://mega.nz/folder/h89WiYZD#6sVvP3XtkluRcz9Ck1gA3Q ATXcracks.cssa8d.2021-07-02
  11. Updated https://mega.nz/folder/Uo9GhAyK#u1SFXI8DZXd8mTSp5AZlyQ Atari8bitPreservedSoftware.2021-07-02
  12. Yes this is excellent news. Tunnels of Doom at long last on the core
  13. Thanks for all the work and the great writeups on protection! I wrote a scraper to easily pull the goodies off of Archive collections like this
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