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  1. Ok so i have been working on a variation to this thread http://atariage.com/forums/topic/231131-flashback-to-colecovision-controller/?hl=%2Bflashback&do=findComment&comment=3805492 i have gone through and fixed the issues with the code pasted in the above link and rewritten it to allow a jaguar joypad to be used the current working prototype runs using every usabe IOpi on an atmga328p-pu microcontroller using its internal 8hz clock before i would decide where i should go from here i would like some feedback i cant add any more functionality using this processor becuase it is being fully used, so say if i wanted to add 2 players it would mean using another processor of the same settup to control joypad 2 an option would be to use at atmega 2560 which has many more pins that could be used. unfortunately this is a surface mount chip so it i a bit of a pain to make your own boards with it attached especially for prototypes i have hopfully attached a poll to this for everyone to provide some feedback before i decide what to do next
  2. Could not locate sed.exe. Please copy sed.exe to C:\Users\User\Downloads. This will improve DASM error reporting Precompilation failed, aborted at 2/9/2018 11:11:46 PM can anyone help???????????????????????????????????????????
  3. http://www.arcadeattack.co.uk/al-alcorn/ Needless to say, if this guy had ballsed up Pong, the video game industry may not have existed today. Now we’ve blown your mind I’m pleased to see he absolutely smashed Pong so let us introduce the gaming legend, godfather of the industry which we love, Al Alcorn. Enjoy Adrian
  4. From the album: Spawnshop's Atari 2600 Collection

    My A2600 Boxed Collection as of 081615
  5. qnr

    I'm cutting edge

    From the album: My items

  6. rubixcube

    Survival

    From the album: Survival

    Survival is a simple yet addictive retro style game based on games from the 70s. Objective: Eat enemies The same size or smaller than you while avoiding the bigger enemies. As you eat you will grow. Score big to level up! Each level gets a bit faster. There are 4 difficulty levels: Easy, Medium, Hard and Insane. How long will you survive? Available on Ouya, and Google Play. https://play.google....androidsurvival
  7. RetroElectroDad

    Atari 600XL

    From the album: RetroElectroDad Computer Collection

    The machine that got me into Ataris, I upgraded from the TI-99/4a to this very Atari 600XL. Later I added the memory module to take it to 64K and then the 1050 disk drive and was hooked.

    © Trevor Briscoe

  8. RetroElectroDad

    Atari 520 STE

    From the album: RetroElectroDad Computer Collection

    Atari 520STE upgraded to 4MB RAM.

    © Trevor Briscoe

  9. From the album: Dan's Images

    Tracking every single bit of RAM while playing Defender for Atari VCS/2600

    © No

  10. From the album: HES Cartridge Label Graphics

    Enduro H.E.S. Label graphic work for the Atari 2600 Activision cartridges

    © 1983 Activision, Created By Larry Miller

  11. From the album: HES Cartridge Label Graphics

    Uploaed H.E.S. Graphic artwork Label Variation of Activision's Pitfall!

    © 1982 Activision, Designed By David Crane,

  12. From the album: Retro Art

    The famous Fuji logo, made in Lego Digital Designer (http://ldd.lego.com/)
  13. I am a new user of this fantastic site. I am currently obsessed with my new Atari 2600 which is a Sears Telegames run. I am so excited to have this passed on to me from my father in law.
  14. Famously bad joystick for sale or trade. I'm not sure the value so I'm looking for offers. There are a few for sale on non-U.S. ebay in $60-$100 range, with high shipping costs. I'm not actually sure of the function of this joystick either and could use some direction on that. I can only test that it is partially functional on 2600.
  15. Prices do not include shipping. Vic20 Lot (Non-working Console, 14 Boxed Games, Unused printer) - $150 The console doesn't appear to be fully working. The red light turns on and I get a flicker in the video signal but no other activity. Boxed Cartridges (untested since I don't have a working console): Cosmic cruncher, Jupiter Lander, Mole Attack, Number Nabber/Shape Grabber, Omega Race, Pinball Spectacular, Raid On Ford Knox, Road Race, Seawolf, Speed / Bingo Math, Super Alien And what appears to be two copies of: The Sky Is Falling, Vic Avenger and Radar Ratrace Commodore MPS-801 Printer APPEARS TO BE UNUSED! I got this in trade along with my C128 but I don't need it and am including it with this lot. The box is falling apart but can be included or left out at the buyers request. I wasn't told that it was unused but it appears to be as far as I can tell and is further evidenced by the tag pictured below attached to a tube that is meant to be removed before use. Pentium Pro server parts $100 I believe these came from a Compaq Proliant server I used to have. I have no way to test them but I believe they were working when removed. 3 Pentium Pro processors (two SL22z 512K and one STB32 256K) 8 32MB EDO memory sticks (compaq part # 228468-001) 6 Processor Voltage Regulators Vintage Pocket Computers Compaq 2015C C-Series Pocket Computer (Complete in box!) $10 This was my wife's computer, bought new and barely used. When I checked it out it looks like one of the hinge covers has cracked so the lid doesn't stay in place. I saved the other half in a ziplock back inside the box so it can be repaired. Doesn't boot off batter but that may be due to dead button cell battery (usually Cr2032). It does boot on AC. Compaq Aero 2180 (Complete in box) $20 I bought this brand new around 1999 when I was working for Compaq and got a deal good enough to make me upgrade from my Palm Pilot. It was the first color pocket computer of this form factor if I believe. This was the deluxe top of the line package that included a spare battery, largest storage capacity, and charging base with spare battery charging port. I used the pretty regularly and even used it as a music player storing MP3 on a CompactFlash. I charged both batteries and was able to boot to the setup screen from battery. Sharp CE-125 $40 I got this in trade a while back and haven't used it much so I can't speak much on its functions. I was able to test powering it on and running a few simple basic commands. Boxed Atari 7800 Baseball (no manual) and Chiplifter! (with manual) $9 For more pictures see my previous sale thread: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/262562-choplifter-and-realsports-baseball-for-7800-boxed-12 Star Wars Toys $14 Jabba Glob and Chocolate Empire figures VHS Tapes $13 Just a couple I still have hanging around that I thought might be of interest here. Blade Runner Director's Cut, Ghost In The Shell (English dubbed), Pink Floyd The Wall, Stargate, Highlander 10th Anniversary Director's Cut, Highlander 2 Renegade Version Samsonite Palm Pilot Case $5 Brand new, never used, still with store tag. Travelstar 8E external hard drive (untested) $7 Apple II or Apple Macintosh "Open Me Third" folder with decals, Registration Card, Warranty card, etc. $10 SOLD -Atari 2600 Game Lot $29 Boxed with manual: Amidar & Moon Patrol Manual & Cart: Chopper Command, Donkey Kong, Super Challenge Baseball Loose Games: Battlezone, Bowling, Centipede, Combat, Football, Keystone Kapers, Ms. Pac-Man, Pitfall, Starmaster, Super Challenge Football, Tennis
  16. What are your Must Own and most Overrated games in your collection. You know which games tend to be played the most or are the shining example of what makes the Atari 2600 great. You also may have heard hype about a game, played it and was underwhelmed what are your choices for the best and the overrated. Homebrews do count so feel free to post you favs and you disappointments.
  17. With MGC being about 3 months away, figured now is the best time to send out my feelers for helpers for Jagfest section there. I am hoping to make it this year to help celebrate the 20th anniversary of this event that started in chicago on july 12th,1997(working on getting my license to drive instead of taking megabus or relying on going with others) if anybody is interested in helping let me know. Side note: we also looking for some help on the section for VGS in July as well while we can't do much with space limits,but any help with jagfst section is good. so let me know about that as well.
  18. Hi Guys Just thought I would share a friendly link to a nice interview with the Atari / Pitfall! legend David Crane: http://www.arcadeattack.co.uk/david-crane/ Please enjoy. Adrian
  19. Like so. My Atari 2600 had really bad RF out. Way 'snowier' than normal so I figured it was probably just the RF circuit so why not mod it. Results are striking. Well worth the effort (",) It uses a 'daughterboard' that someone local to me gave me to try out. You can see it in the second pic, sitting next to the original RF unit, just above where the original coax connected o the motherboard. My model had the coax permanently attached. I used an old cable I had lying around, but I have ordered an aftermarket gamecube s-video cable. This has a round cross section. It will be thicker than the original but will still look the part, and it means I don;t have to do any drilling
  20. Anyone heard of INHOME Software? Anyone still programming for 8-bit atari? What is the best set-up. I'd like to use my Mac and a 65XE? Or should I go old-school with an old 800? Is there an interest in New games for the Atari 8-Bits?
  21. I'm presently in the market for an Atari XE game system. The bare minimum I want is the console & keyboard with any accessories for TV hookup. If anyone has the whole setup - console, keyboard, joystick, light gun, Flight Simulator and Bug Hunt Cartridges, hookup accessories - that's even better. I reside in the USA. While I am willing to pay for shipping in the USA and Canada, I will not pay shipping costs for any units from elsewhere (UK, Europe, etc). Anyone who has the above and is willing to part with it can either reply here or contact me via DM. If we decide to do business and close the deal, I'm willing to cut a check but can negotiate other payment terms.
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