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  1. Continuing the excavation of my parents attic, I have come up with some more items. A lot of Atari 2600 and Atari 8-bit, some Colecovision along with some other stuff. Not sure yet if I'm going to sell everything, but I'll consider any offers. A few things have been sold already, but most of it is still available. I also have a Colecovision console with an Atari 2600 expansion module, as well as an Atari 800XL computer with a 1050 disk drive. I might sell these off too, but this will probably be local due to shipping costs. All PAL items where applicable. Most of it is CIB but in various state of decay - see pics. Shipping from Sweden will be added. Feel free to PM me with any questions or offers.
  2. I have an Atari 8-bit cartridge lot that came with another item, some nice carts; Action, Gyruss, Worm War I, etc. Looking for $60 plus shipping for the whole lot. SOLD
  3. Found a large lot of Atari 8 bit hardware at a thrift store in Dayton Ohio this weekend. I purchased a few items but there is still a lot left. Pricing seems hit or miss on a couple things. But if you are in the area worth a look. IF YOU GO ON SATURDAYS IN NOVEMBER EVERYTHING IS 50% OFF (making some of the prices much better) Second Harvest Thrift Store.... 4004 woodcliffe ave Dayton, OH 45420 Open Mon-Sat 10am-7pm 937-294-5133 800s - $39.99 810 - $19.99 1050 - $4.99 410 & 1010 $4.99 800XL & 600XL $19.99 1200XL $9.99 (most of these are missing keys on the keyboards) Various AC adapters for $10.00 SIO and other various cables for 99cents 1040 STf $69.99 SC1224 & SC124 $4.99 Also saw a c64 for $19.99 Apple II drives for $4.99 Some other apple drives and monitors for $4.99 Apple IIe $99
  4. We've got a few great Atari related items available right now. First (and perhaps most interesting) is the Atari manual for the popular M.U.L.E. game...comes with the manual and the Atari specific command card, all in excellent shape. It's up on eBay right now: http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?ff3=4&pub=5574883395&toolid=10001&campid=5336500554&customid=&mpre=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fitm%2F141081263671%3FssPageName%3DSTRK%3AMESELX%3AIT%26_trksid%3Dp3984.m1555.l2649 We've also got an extra copy of the book "BASIC Fun with Graphics - The Atari Way" which is a little rough on the cover but it's all intact. $5 + shipping Also we have the color label version of Miner 2049'er for sale - tested, works - $10 + shipping
  5. On sale for 20% off (making it $12.79), and AtariAge members can save an additional 20% with coupon code FUJINUTS! I Heart Atari Computers tee Show the world that you are a fan of Atari computers - 8-bits, STs, TTs, Falcons, ATWs, heck - even the PC compatibles if that's the way you feel. http://thewitsend.aliboom.com/I_Heart_Atari_Computers_tee/p3224001_14031771.aspx All shirts are hand screened and are printed on demand. This shirt will generally be screened, heat set, and shipped within one to three business days of your order. At the moment, the shirts are sourced locally; and we attempt to use Gildans or Jerzees for the heavyweight 100% cotton ones; however, we will also use heavy weight 100% cotton Hanes or Fruit of the Loom tees if that is all that is available in a particular size. You can also request Hanes Comfortsoft cotton/poly blend tees (the hues will sometimes be slightly different on these). We can accept special requests; if you want a different color or type of shirt or ink, if you'd like the graphic (when applicable) to be a different color than the text, we'll be happy to work with you, just send us a note and let us know.
  6. Should a BASIC program reference APPMHI ($0E/$0F), or MEMTOP ($90/$91) to determine the end of the memory used by the BASIC program? Or does it not really matter? Some peeking around shows they have the same value in all the situations tested so far. Is there a circumstance where they would not be the same? Oddly, the description of each location in Mapping The Atari does not mention the alternate location, though they seem to be doing the same thing. My theory here is that APPMHI is specific for the OS, and works to limit OS functions (allocating screen memory) for any program, not just the BASIC cart. And MEMTOP is specific to BASIC and redundantly tracks the same value.
  7. I was just checking out the 2600 version of Super Cobra. I am amazed with how the 2600 can be pushed beyond previous limitation, with the use of the DSP chip. I am not knowledgeable enough in HOW the DSP works, but it appears that ONE thing the DSP does is manages the placement (reuse-ability) of the 2 Players. Is this possible, because the VCS is so simple? What I mean is, would Antic and GTIA get in the way of any possibility of on-board enhancement chips for the A8/5200? Given the sloppy introduction of the 5200, the controller reliability issues, and the inexcusable, original, pack-in game, the 5200 never got to a point to require add-on chips. From what I understand, the 5200 was just starting to overtake the ColecoVision when they pulled the plug. Sad that it had its life cut short. Could an add-on chip handle calculations, to allow even more on-screen 5200 Players, like the 2600. I realize this can be done in code, since the 5200 has more memory than the VCS, but would an add-on chip offload the burden? Are there limitations to the 5200 cartridge slot/rear bus, which would make this an obstacle? Even a "SGM" type add-on would have been cool. My gut tells me that it may only work on the VCS, because programmers are already "racing the beam." Just curious. I wish the 5200 would get some love with a Harmony-like upgrade.
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