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  1. I am happy to announce the 6th Annual Cowlitz Gamers for Kids Charity Videogame show to help raise funds for the Childrens Justice and Advocacy Center(CJAC). Over the five shows, the show has helped raise over $24,500 to the Childrens Justice and Advocacy Center (CJAC) and we're convinced we can do better this year with your help! PRGE is once again absorbing much of the cost of putting on this show so that 100% of the admission will go directly to CJAC. It is CJAC's mission to provide children who have experienced sexual or physical abuse a coordinated community approach to investigation, prosecution and treatment that promotes their safety, healing, and well-being. We have moved the show this year to a wonderful venue. The show will be on Saturday, March 28, 2015 at the Cowlitz County Regional Conference Center in Longview WA. 1900 7th Ave Longview, WA. The event will be from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Directions: http://www.thecenterofthenorthwest.com/directions.html This years event is about 1 hour north of Portland or 2 hours south of Seattle on I-5. Doors open at 10:00 AM until 5:00 PM. Admission is $5, although we invite you to contribute more if you can! All admission goes straight to the non profit CJAC, which will be present at the show to answer further questions about how they service the community. Cowlitz County Conference Center 1900 7th Avenue Longview, WA 98632 What Can you Expect? Over 30 vendors from around the Northwest will be present. It will feature classic video game vendors, a freeplay gaming console arcade, a silent auction, and a retro videogame tournament. All this done for a good cause. Expect a ton of good deals on classic video game merchandise including video game systems, games, artwork, and accessories. In addition to outside video game vendors, there will be T-shirts and other merchandise specifically made for the event that will also be sold specifically to suport CJAC. The event is child-friendly so please feel free to bring the entire family! Further Announcements will be made, so stay tuned... for more info also stay connected by visiting our website for further announcements http://www.cowlitzgamers.moonfruit.com./ also visit our facebook event page made for the event! https://www.facebook.com/events/326631830818492/?ref=2&ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming
  2. Hi, please find attached a new release of my game ECKN+. Thanks to tests with the up-coming TK-II keyboard / mouse-interface, I noticed that the keyboard support in ECKN+ was kind of broken - while the old edition (without "+") worked. Since only the "+"-version is NTSC compatible, I decided to create a small update - even after seven years. So here are the news: - fixed keyboard controls - added ESC-key support to remove corner mark if set (like right mouse button in CX77/CMI08 mode) - added support for "WASD" keyboard input scheme, added "Shift" for selection too - code clean-up, joystick input a bit more fluid now This version substitutes the former. No need to preserve the old one. Have fun! ECKNPLUS.ATR.zip
  3. This Topic is intended for those who are willing to learn, assist in learning, develop and publish code using GPL, the Graphic Programming Language proprietary to TI 99/4A also known as the GROM Language. To ensure that one can start from scratch and try to dabble a few lines of code in GPL I will list the most basic things that are needed and then show you a very small GPL language program which fills the screen with the letter A. 1. Install python 2.7.11 (Do not install 3.5 as it will not work with the GPL emulator I will propose) https://www.python.org/downloads/ 2. You need an assembler for windows and good documentation according to the assembler chosen. Assembler: https://endlos99.github.io/xdt99/ Documentation : http://www.unige.ch/medecine/nouspikel/ti99/gpl.htm I will assume you install it in C:\XDT99 3. You need a great emulator to run your well crafted virtual cartridges which we shall be creating. Classic 99 is my favourite : http://www.harmlesslion.com/cgi-bin/showprog.cgi?search=Classic99 I will assume you install it in C:\CLASSIC99 4. You need some kind of Editor I prefer Notepad++ : https://notepad-plus-plus.org/ 5. Setting up your assembler > There are clear notes on how to have XGA99 up and running to compile your .GPL code but I will cover this step by step for those who hate reading a lot of material scattered all over the place. Install XDT99, I selected c:\XDT99 folder. Unzip the attached file (xdt99.zip) into C:\XDT99, you can choose a different folder but there are some batch files you would need to change later. This will add a new folder to the standard XDT99 called "myfiles" and also the python program files are in C:\XDT99 (.py files) Point the PATH windows environment variable to point to C:\XDT99 where the.py reside. Please edit C:\XDT99\MYFILES\G.BAT and MG.BAT to point to myfiles and classic99 according to the paths you chose. Please note that all the files you create should be named <filename>G.gpl Example c:\xdt99\myfiles\testG.gpl To compile just go into DOS c:\xdt99\myfiles cd c:\xdt99\myfiles and type G test Note that I did not type G TESTG.GPL as the G.GPL will be auto appended by the G batch file. if no errors just type mg test. This will move TESTG.BIN to CLASSIC99\MODS 6. The last step is to execute the newly created cartridge. Fire Up classic 99 and select Cartridge->User->Open .... navigate to c:\classic99\mods and select the bin file. The TI Program menu will contain the program called TEST in position 2. Have fun... In this post I will place code snippets and BIN files for all to try and enjoy. xdt99.zip
  4. OK, let's try this once again. What do you folks think of the end cap labels that I remade from scratch. Did I miss any variations? Spell check appreciated too. Printed these on standard paper so not finished yet. Be kind, remember I am an amateur. Thanks!
  5. Recently posted version on Atarimania: Colossus Chess 4.1 is not the version listed, but rather version 4.0.
  6. I don't know how many people are actually interested in Bridge, but I decided to do a little font fix for this game from Antic that was recently uploaded to Atarimania. The font looked pretty sloppy to me. Only the first disk was changed, but I've included the rest to simplify things. Original: Fixed: Blue Team Bridge (Font Fixed).zip
  7. Adjusted the font set and graphics as follows: 1. Slightly smaller and improved font. 2. Characters/Numbers on gauges improved for readability. 3. Colors for gauges adjusted (gauges no longer purple). I also picked a green for NTSC that results in a green color for PAL (rather than yellow, as before).
  8. Looking to buy an original Game Boy store display tabletop kiosk, . I'm new to this site but have a good reputation on nintendoage. Willing to trade other games, rare merchandise, or PayPal. If you have one (or a similar one, let me know
  9. Rules 1. When you are done post your score, pictures would be great but they are not required. 2. No unnecessary posts (Fighting, double posts, spamming, etc.) 3. Once you enter a score you can not try for a higher one and then post it. 4. Go by the time duration of the posts. 5. Feel free to make some recommendations of the titles we will play in the future. 6. Play fair & have fun! 7. If you don't have this cartridge you can play on the computer. Game: Super Breakout Game Select #: 07 Difficulty: B on the left switch Time Duration: Now to July 6th.
  10. Family Fun Party Quiz game by Suncom for Atari 8-bit & Commodore 64. Appears to be complete, though box has definitely seen much better days. Much of my vintage items were stored for years in my parents home & they were very heavy smokers. I cannot smell anything, but be warned that there may be a smoke smell. Also, I have a cat so dander is also to be expected. Asking $25 + shipping & PayPal fees.
  11. Hello there New to AtariAge, and so far loving the topics and replies. Well question to all atariage members, i purchased a Atari 2600 red sea crossing game, bought the game on Ebay lol now i havent received it yet i will soon hopefully, but from the pictures from ebay and now posted here, now basing it on just the pictures, did i purchase a reproduction, only thing i have noticed from the game i bought to the couple sold in the past is the cart which the one i bought has ridges in the back apollo cart. The seller told me there were 2 variations for these game but idk, any info helps thanks.
  12. A small game about 1.2k in size, in BASIC with some machine code for the fast part of the game. Stop the moving dot when it turns white but before it hits the wall with spacebar. The dots get increasingly faster. Score 30 to win. It runs in regular hi-res mode with custom graphics for the score and title. scoop.zip
  13. Anyone know where I can find Tapper for the Atari 800 in the original Budweiser version? All I can seem to find is the Mountain Dew version. Thanks,
  14. "OSx16 Jmice Adapter Device Driver" Installation : Connect Adapter To Serial Port Boot System With OSx16 Version 6.22 Beta Release Revision 6.22.02 Type : OSxJmice (Upper/Lower Case Allowed) To Run "OSx16 Game Commander" : Type : OSxGC (Upper/Lower Case Allowed) Also;You Can Use Atari CX40 Joystick (And/OR Compatible) In Skyroads, Skyroads (XMAS Special), Wolf3d DOS Games Via "OSx16 Jmice Adapter Device". + 340 Atari 2600 (Play All With "OSx16 Jmice Adapter" And Atari Joystick, Just Now) + 20 DOS + 5 NES + 2 SEGA + 3 C<64 Games. Best Choice For Old and New PCs & Laptops Without HDD, FDD, Sound Card, Huge RAM, ... For Simulation The Atari 2600, And Using Its Original Joystick. Adapter Picture In : http://atariage.com/forums/topic/246470-diy-osx16-joystick-mice-adapter-osxjmice/ CD-ROM ISO FILE : http://1drv.ms/1iE3ci3
  15. Hi guys. I'm Orionsangel. I'm a life long gamer. I grew up with Atari and have had almost every console imaginable. I hung out in Arcades in the 80's. I still play games to this day even modern games. So last year I started making bezels for retro games on Mame. My idea was to bring the arcade experience at home without owning the arcade machines. Check them out. https://www.youtube.com/orionsangel Playlist - http://bit.ly/2u1Yl42 Here are some examples.
  16. Adjusted the font set as follows: 1. Slightly smaller and improved font - keeps characters from running up against the sides of the opening selections box, and adds better spacing between lines of characters. 2. Added a full "hash mark" to replace the stunted one. 3. Larger sized numbers for the scoreboard. 4. Other minor adjustments. [Note: I know it's a terrible round of golf. I was playing on "Pro" setting, and I'm not that good yet. ] No editing done to the second disk, but included for completeness. The second disk just contains the additional courses. Leader Board A (Font Improved).atr Leader Board B.atr
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