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  1. I've been asking the universe for this. It must have heard me and used you to make it so 🙃 Seriously, this is my second favorite game (Medieval Mayhem and Warlords being first and first-and-a-half) and one of the first disassemblies I looked for when starting to learn Stella programming. The code looks very well laid out and clear, can't wait to study it.
  2. Is it possible to unload the burden of paddle input checking to the ARM? If so, have there been any ARM assisted paddle games made?
  3. Are the Galagon shirts for sale anywhere yet?
  4. https://arcadeblogger.com/2019/12/26/atari-coin-op-archive-footage/
  5. The most important thing to run on real hardware is to strictly abide by the NTSC and PAL frame specifications. Emulators are tolerant of that, so you may not see a problem there. On CRTs the picture can roll, on modern TVs you might not get a picture at all. The second box of "Scn Ln" in Stella debugger will go brownish-red if you deviate from the standards.
  6. It's here! https://atariage.com/store/index.php?l=product_detail&p=1203
  7. Since the license is AGPL, couldn't they just use it? Personally, I wouldn't want to deal with Atari or Activision as they exist today, both have become pretty bad. They're definitely no good at engaging the community. If they entertained the idea, I'd be suspicious of their motives. They'd obviously want a license that lets them close the source and add some kind of DRM to it. Maybe they'd pay well for such a license, or maybe they'll find something in the code that lets them claim IP ownership and take the whole project. I'd be less surprised by the latter, but I'm a skeptic. P.S. I love what you've done. I likely never would have started playing with 2600 programming if it wasn't for 8-bit Workshop embedding javatari.
  8. Galagon (Galaga port) is fantastic, should be available on cart soon.
  9. @Andrew Davie Cool. I would have done it in PHP/mySQL, but my lack of experience would have made it a bit slower. For the record, I hate MS just as much, I use Linux for personal use, I won't even install .NET Core. But my career has lead to using MS stuff for almost all my employers/customers. It's all enterprise software and since they're just self-inflicting MS lock-in on themselves, and not the general public, I don't feel too guilty about it
  10. Got any takers yet? I'm a software developer. Mostly work on the MS stack, but I'm sure I could handle using whatever tech you'd prefer.
  11. Hard to tell from the pic but my first instinct is to blame the TV. I had a weird problem with a copy of Adventure on a modern TV and almost returned it, but I knew enough about the system to realize what I was seeing couldn't possibly be a cart error. Worked perfectly on a different modern TV. I know, nobody has two television sets, but have them try anyway.
  12. "These motion registers should not be modified during the 24 computer cycles immediately following an HMOVE command. Unpredictable motion values may result." I know what I'm doing for the rest of the day.
  13. p1FqO3

    What if...

    Same code, just retitle it Bnuer Dash.
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