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About RushJet1

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  1. Well John Hancock made a video about it and MetalJesusRocks posted about that video on his website apparently: https://www.metaljesusrocks.com/metal-jesus-likes/new-atari-7800-game-rikki-vikki-unboxing-review/ It's always fun when you realize that more people liked that one video than bought the game on Steam :X
  2. It didn't get a ton of press coverage, though some smaller sites picked it up. I'm surprised that AtariAge itself didn't have anything to say about it. We got it reviewed on a decently-sized YouTuber's page (The 8-bit Guy) but 1) the game was reviewed as a part of 3 games being reviewed, and 2) most of those people are interested computers more than consoles, and even if they are, they'll be interested in the hardware copy if at all, and he doesn't mention that it's available on Steam anywhere. Otherwise though it's a decent review of the hardware cart.
  3. In its current state, not directly. Any arpeggios you hear in Rikki and Vikki are manually put in as notes. There isn't an arpeggio macro or setting. But since it's software-based, it could be added in the future.
  4. There are diagnostic codes but the "unauthorized services" being referred to above are part of the game itself.
  5. As a proof of concept (I guess?) here's a version of Discomfort Dispenser for the N163/NES. Stereo is added afterwards and this is not emulating the awful 15khz multiplexing noise that the N163 had, but there were other similar wavetable systems that would have worked fine as a solution that were in use at the time. https://www.dropbox.com/s/e19xufggwtj4ocz/rv_misery_c_nes_n163.mp3?dl=0
  6. Thanks! I like the music in your Thrust port too. Don't know if Paul Slocum frequents these forums or not tho.
  7. I've since made better drums so I updated this track with drums now. Also, is it possible to play a track during gameplay? float2.bin
  8. New track - Subspace subspace.bin subspace.mp3
  9. I don't know anything about a Speccy port, but it's coming to Genesis.
  10. Just a reminder that if you want the soundtrack or CD, you can get it here: https://rushjet1.bandcamp.com/album/rikki-vikki The soundtrack's digital version is free, or you can drop me money if you want. The CD is $10 with no shipping charges. I keep thinking that I'm going to make a video about how I made the soundtrack soon, but life keeps getting in the way.
  11. From the manual: emphasis on "one"
  12. https://twitter.com/tailchao/status/1087833123293986816?s=09
  13. https://youtu.be/V9A07AFk1lA It's pretty simple to do this with the cart, in this video around 2 minutes 30 seconds, he shows how to adjust the volume. Just in case modifying the Atari 7800 is too much trouble.
  14. Rikki & Vikki: micro soundtrack for TIA, just to see how different parts might sound on the chip. Some turned out better than others. Rock1: Easily the best one, and the longest. rock1.bin Sand: Gets the melody down pretty well, not very long. s1.bin Flame: Pretty short and the arps are jarring. flame.bin Metal: Gets the melody down but not very long. m1.bin Boss: Ran out of instruments I could use for this. I could do it in 60hz mode. rv_boss_s.bin Discomfort Dispenser: Tried doing this run of notes but it sounds off discomf.bin
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