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About TwoShedsWilson

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  1. Honestly, I still don't have most of these.
  2. It was my first console. I have very vivd memories of Ms Pac-Man and Popeye as well as my dad trying to fix the controllers and the look on his face when he realized he was far out of his depth. It was then boxed up after the replacement controllers also broke and wasn't seen again. Flash forward to last year when I was given a 2-port that my wife played when she was young and almost immediately after I picked up a 4-port both in amazing condition with four (currently) working controllers. I love the thing.
  3. I'd certainly be interested in the front-loader replacement. I love Analogue's stuff, but their business practices keep putting a bad taste in my mouth.
  4. This is definitely one of those things I didn't know I wanted until I saw it. Thank you!
  5. At least part of that has been done. 🤫 The second part is proving tricky due to the weird mapper they used.
  6. Bill, I appreciate your input here. I know it's not always easy as @Games gets crapped on a lot (sometimes deservedly so), but you always do your best to put a positive spin on everything. Having said that: keep the design of the X and add SD card support or I'll figure out where you live and deflate your tires*. *I have no idea where you live and have no intentions of deflating anyone's tires.
  7. I, for one, would order the hell out of some ROMS at $5. I want to support the devs, but I only have so much $$ to go around. While I do love physical media and it will always be my first choice, physical-only has kept me away from a large number of games.
  8. First off I have to credit Smoke Monster. His ROM packs are 90% of the basis of what I have done and want to do, but they haven't been updated in quite a while and I feel like the focus is a little narrow. I'm wondering what the interest would be in building an ultimate community ROM set. I've been adding prototypes, hacks, unlicensed, and other oddball stuff to my collection, but good grief is there a lot of it and I'm usually not sure I'm following the correct naming conventions. This would not be limited to Atari, but the Atari consoles are close to my heart and very important. I will say there needs to be some sort of common sense limit for hacks and homebrew otherwise this will descend into madness very quickly. Not every ROM with some minor sprite modification needs to be included. Would anyone want this at all? Would you make changes to the general way Smoke Monster does his (I'm dropping the focus on being "for Everdrives")? What systems would you like to start with? Would you be willing to contribute?
  9. I'm not jealous. You're jealous. Shut up!
  10. I would like to see one FPGA solution that we could ultimately plug in any cartridge from the 2600, 5200, 7800, 8-bit PC line, Intellivision, and Colecovision and have it work. Then we would need one paddle accesory, one trackball, and one controller with a keypad to cover all the bases. Best of all it would be one device to take the place of several others. A stack of cratridge adapters would me much preferrable to me.
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