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  1. I would like to start a thread about the current state of paddles, in the world of HD playing. Here is what I know about the state of paddles as of Nov 3, 2018: I would be really great if someone would report on the paddle functionality of the Retron77. AtGames manufactured paddles, wired: AtGames sells Atari replica paddles on their web site for $29.95 plus shipping. I own these paddles, they feel great and work perfectly with the 2600 and Flashback 8. As per the AtGAmes website they are compatible with many other flashbacks, but not the Flashback 9. AtGames manufactured paddles, for Atari Bast vol 3, wireless: These paddles will only sync to the enclosed dongle. They feel and work very nice. Unfortunately this dongle game system has many problems. I owned one, then returned it to Walmart. Problems: Sound: sometimes there would be no sound Sound: when the sound worked is was horrible. Pong with bad sound is not worth playing. Play: this system lacks difficulty left, and difficulty right switches. According to the AtGamesBlast web site the controller has difficulty switches, but in truth it does not! Game selection: there are only 13 cartridges emulated on the dongle, not 20 as advertised. 3 and 4 player games, according to my correspondence with AtGames if you want to play simultaneous 3 or 4 player games (black jack, video Olympics, warlords) a special set of paddles, made by AtGames, must be used, unfortunately AtGames sells no such paddles. Flashback 8 Pros: Paddle games on this system work great, no lag, nice game selection Flashback 8 works with original Atari paddles and the AtGames paddles Cons: The Flashback 8 system can not play cartridges or additional games via SD card slot. Flashback 9 (Paddles will not work with this system) Problems: According to a Youtube video posted by, "John Hancock" paddles do not work with this system. John Hancock states in this video that AtGames will release special compatible paddles. There is no mention of this on the AtGames website or in the intructions included with the Flashback 9 system. Flashback 9 Gold (Paddles will not work with this system) This system has a dedicated paddle games menu! I own this system here are the Problems I found: Original Atari paddles do not work on this system. AtGames Atari replica paddles do not work on this system. The enclosed paper instructions simply state, "Please plug your paddle controllers into each controller port on the game console." This does not work. SD card paddle games do not work Before playing a paddle game there are instructions on the screen to plug the paddles into the console after the game starts, still the paddles do not work. This is a big disappointment, the paddle games worked great on the Flashback 8. Hopefully AtGames will release download to fix this problem. There is no mention of special compatible paddles on the AtGames website. There is no mention of special compatible paddles on the Flashback 9 Gold instruction sheet.
  2. I just got in a Pong C-202 console that will need some work. On the board parts J1 is missing and R21 is, well I am posting pictures so you will see. R21 I need to know what the value of the resistor is. If anyone has the schematics or a photo of a working one that would be great.
  3. Hello all! I've been chatting with some people on this forum and decided to start posting updates here on my project to emulate discrete game chips. There are no true emulations, and only a few simulations have been done so far due to the fact that they don't contain microprocessors and because most of the circuitry is inside a literal black box. Hopefully this will change soon. https://nerdstuffbycole.blogspot.com/2019/03/febuary-progress-update.html
  4. From the album: My Collection

    A better more crisp picture of my APF TV-Fun
  5. Hello today i present to you a scan of my atari super pong ten manual. I hope you enjoy it
  6. BREAKANOID pong tribute - monochrome dreams EXTREME PONG WARNING: this game is rated pong champions only! This exclusive version of BREAKANOID features black and white, sepia and monochrome colour themes against some of the toughest pong scenes you will ever play; don't think you'll need the magnetic paddle? Think again BREAKANOID pong tribute - monochrome dreams is available for free to anyone who's purchased BREAKANOID, just post your interest on this thread or pm me and I will send you the binaries ASAP! (There are two versions of this game which are identical except that one starts on level 5, so you have a better chance of seeing all the screens ) Play it everywhere: Play BREAKANOID pong tribute - monochrome dreams everywhere! Play it on your phone, your pc, your wii, your PSP, your XBOX or on any hardware you can run Stella on! Play it on a real Atari 2600: For ROM collectors it's possible to get BREAKANOID pong tribute - monochrome dreams on cart (see order thread for details), but the Harmony cart is the easiest way to enjoy all the versions of BREAKANOID for nonstop fun! SuperCharger all your retro parties: Invite the champions of pong to your next retro party and turn up the action with BREAKANOID pong tribute - monochrome dreams!!!
  7. BREAKANOID pong tribute - monochrome dreams EXTREME PONG WARNING: this game is rated pong champions only! This exclusive version of BREAKANOID features black and white, sepia and monochrome colour themes against some of the toughest pong scenes you will ever play; don't think you'll need the magnetic paddle? Think again BREAKANOID pong tribute - monochrome dreams is available for free to anyone who's purchased BREAKANOID, just post your interest on this thread or pm me and I will send you the binaries ASAP! (There are two versions of this game which are identical except that one starts on level 5, so you have a better chance of seeing all the screens ) Play it everywhere: Play BREAKANOID pong tribute - monochrome dreams everywhere! Play it on your phone, your pc, your wii, your PSP, your XBOX or on any hardware you can run Stella on! Play it on a real Atari 2600: For ROM collectors it's possible to get BREAKANOID pong tribute - monochrome dreams on cart (see order thread for details), but the Harmony cart is the easiest way to enjoy all the versions of BREAKANOID for nonstop fun! SuperCharger all your retro parties: Invite the champions of pong to your next retro party and turn up the action with BREAKANOID pong tribute - monochrome dreams!!!
  8. Which games/hacks/homebrews for the 2600 closely mimic the original arcade games? I wanted to make a compilation flash cart for a party soon. And on another note: Is there a homebrew or hack out there that looks like the original Pong? I remember seeing some screenshots of a homebrew that looked like the original, but couldn't find the ROM.
  9. On Saturday, September 29 we are arranging this year's edition of Retrogathering, an annual retro gaming and computing expo since 2006. This year we have two international guests in form of Rob Fulop who probably doesn't need any further presentation on this forum, as well as Terry Diebold who makes a visit to showcase the Nintendo PlayStation prototype. We also have Gunnar Lindberg who was the editor of the Swedish magazine called Nintendo-Magasinet, once with 50.000 subscribers plus 15.000 copies sold in the newsstands. Since Rob visits us, we'll showcase some of the Imagic games plus that one of our crew members displays some of his huge collection of Software Projects games, including but not limited to all the Manic Miner and Jet Set Willy titles for every computer you could imagine. There will also be a market with some 60 tables and vendors selling retro games and systems, t-shirts, merchandise and more, plus that we'll host an auction. Our gaming section will consist of some 25 different consoles and computers, plus a small selection of arcade games provided by a partner. The gaming competitions will include a highscore competition in Night Driver on the Atari 2600 and of course the inofficial Swedish championship in Atari Hockey-Pong. Location: Växhuset, Västerås Date: Saturday, September 29 Opening hours: 10-18 (members in our association get in at 9:30) Entrance: 100 SEK Website in Swedish: http://retrogathering.se/?page_id=4469
  10. Guest

    The net

    Now that we have covered the horizontal and vertical counters we can start talking about how the graphics for the game are actually generated. We will start with the simplest part, the net. At the start of each horizontal line, /256 is high which gets clocked through F3 to one of the inputs of G3. Since the other input of G3 is connected to 256H (which is low), the output of G3 will be high thus turning the net off. When the horizontal counter reaches 256, 256H goes high, and the output of G3 will go low. On the next clock pulse the low on /256H will get clocked through F3, thus turning off the net. The result of this is that the net will be one pixel wide and positioned at column 256 on the screen. Since the horizontal counter counts up to 455, this might not seem centered, but 80 of the counts are during the horizontal blank period so most of these won’t appear on the screen which brings the net to roughly center. The output of G2 will go high, displaying the net, whenever all of its inputs are low. The 4V input to G2 turns the net off and on every 4 vertical lines, turning the net into a dotted line. Finally the VBLANK input turns the net off during the vertical retrace.
  11. From the album: My Game Collection

    Bought it at a local Recycler/Resale Shop for $10, had all controllers, cords, and light gun. all works.
  12. Get a jump start on your Atari collection with this great lot sale! --Sold as a lot only --Buyer to pay for shipping --Please make a reasonable offer . . . --PM or email offers for quickest response All boxed and with manuals - --Atari 1200 XL Home Computer --Atari 410 Program Recorder --Atari 1050 Disk Drive --Atari Programmer Kt with Basic --Games (Pengo, Rosen's Brigade, Target Practice) --(2) joysticks Atari Video Pinball (Pong) --model c-380 --with instruction manual, but no box Atari 2600 Console (nearly new - boxed with manuals, plastic, etc . . . Only used a handful of times) Atari 2600 Games --Real Sports Football - Factory sealed --Battlezone - Factory sealed --Galaxian - Factory sealed --Basketball - Factory sealed --Real Sports Volleyball - Factory sealed --Dig Dug - Factory sealed --Jr. Pac Man - Factory sealed --Circus Atari - Factory sealed --Phoenix - Factory sealed --Asteroids - opened, box + manual --Missle Command - cart only --Defender - cart only --Space Invaders - cart only --Combat - cart only --Baseball - cart only --Football - cart only, no label --Colleco Donkey Kong - cart only
  13. DoctorSpuds

    Apf Tv-Fun

    From the album: My Collection

    My first 1st generation console, and it actually works.
  14. Hi everyone, I made a "grail" addition to my collection this weekend and thought I'd share. I finally found the elusive Magnavox Odyssey 4305! I'd love to know who else on here owns one, as I 'd love to work up some numbers on how many are left. I bought it with 2 sets of paddles, and the guy said his grandmother had originally bought 3 (I gathered that this was the last one they still had), which explained the extra controllers. I never thought I would find one, especially since they dont stand out obviously, But I am ecstatic to start the cleaning processes and a few minor repairs to make it a bit safer. (sorry for the picture being sideways, I can never get it to post them correctly )
  15. I have an Atari Hockey Pong that is overall in pretty good condition and works quite well in all respects except one; when the ball hits a paddle in game, it fails to register and just passes straight through. Anyone know what might cause this?
  16. CatPix

    BattlePaddle2

    From the album: CatPixtures

  17. CatPix

    BattlePaddle1

    From the album: CatPixtures

  18. I just stumbled across these exclusive games found in the Atari Flashback 2 while I was surfing the web. I do believe these roms aren't available for download anywhere on AtariAge. The games I found were Adventure 2, Arcade Pong, Asteroids Deluxe, Lunar Lander, Space Duel, and Yars' Return. NOTE: I REALLY had to search for some of these! Adventure 2.bin Arcade Pong.bin Asteroids Deluxe.bin Lunar Lander.bin Space Duel.bin Yars' Return.bin
  19. I have a hand full of auctions finishing up on ebay. So here's my selfless promotion. eBay Seller: bigbee99 NES Top Loader eBay Auction -- Item Number: 201229084787 Boxed INTV eBay Auction -- Item Number: 201226084923 Pong Sports IV eBay Auction -- Item Number: 201226056959 There are a few more items but I will let you check them out if interested. Meh. I can't get the BBCode to work http://www.ebay.com/sch/bigbee99/m.html?item=201226056959&ssPageName=STRK%3AMESELX%3AIT&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2562 B
  20. ok i had one of these when i was younger or rather my parents did and let me at it http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/252584920795and i manage to break it so it got thrown out, now i decided to get another to have a go with. so i found the above on ebay and purchased it as it was quite cheap etc. the description said they the guy cant test it, so i thought thats because he has a new fancy flat screen that would not be compatible with rf and thought that after plugging it into a crt it would be fine. so when it arrived i tried this and it just outputs bad noise, it sounds like the ball is moving between two walls that are 5mm apart if you can imagine that type of noise. i took it apart and it looks like some batteries had leaked and possibly some electrolytic capacitors have leaked. i can get new capacitors as they have values on and try those but there are other components that i dont know what they are. i have tried to look for schematics and diagrams for this specific model but there dont appear to be any as such apart from a pinout of the processor it uses which is basically pong on a chip. does anyone know of any schematics for this specific item so i can see a parts list etc? i have my friends atari pong machine in bits too as im putting in a composite mod so it can be played on a new tv, my aim it to eventually do the same with this i will add innard pictures later when not at work thanks
  21. Was it 1983/1984 severe or was it just a burnout?
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