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hwrd

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  1. Hi, I would like to buy one when you make another batch. (been following this thread, but I don't think I noted I wanted one) Thanks, Hwrd
  2. Anyone else get a couple of strange audio podcasts from the feed?
  3. I will give that a go! (very much appreciated!)
  4. Thanks. Looks like I will have to get used to one hand Lode Runner. 😀
  5. I am stuck on level 141 in Lode Runner on the 64, and am wondering if anyone knows if the keys can be redefined? (the U and O keys for digging are too close to the direction keys for me to use well.) All I found remotely resembling useful was https://entropymine.com/jason/lr/misc/controls.html, but I could not get this to work on a C=64. (tried a THE64, and a real C=128) Thanks in advance!
  6. I preordered one, and I'll preorder a PS5 also, if it comes with a version of Astrosmash! {smiley}
  7. I first remember reading about the pong clone crash in some magazine in the summer of '82.
  8. I would like to buy a kit (with shipping insurance). Will you be using PayPal?
  9. My carts arrived! I will PM Juan a "thank you".
  10. Hi, Has anyone heard from Juan Mateos in the past few months? I made an order in May, he said he would ship after school was over, and I have no heard back on inquiries since. Thanks in advance. Hwrd
  11. Only partially related, but has anyone ever heard of a possible emulator shown on Youbue called " Multiplayer support for Atari Lynx emulation"? I wish there was some form of COMLYNX available in emulator form....
  12. Atari clearly was not going to outdo Nintendo's Super Mario Bros with anything as a launch pack in for the XEGS. FS II, while clearly not the direct competitor to Mario, offered product differentiation. Just saw this article, and it made me think this this thread:
  13. I would like to order one if they become available again.
  14. I had a computer shop in the late 80's, and when the Atari rep came in to visit in in '88, he said for us to expect 90% of Atari sales to become their PC sales. That never happened, and there was no word spoken otherwise about it. We had one PC1 in and it took a long time to sell. We sold a lot more of the traditional looking XT based Atari and Commodore PC's.
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