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  1. For those of you still needing to fill that Tigervision hole in your 8-bit Atari collection, there's a 'Matterhorn' up now: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Matterhorn-HOLY-GRAIL-for-Atari-8-bit-Computers-400-800-XL-XE-ONLY-SEVEN-KNOWN-/111629975616? Not the crème de la crème, but rare as sin nevertheless.
  2. hola a todos, muy buen foro. tengo una atari 65xe que me han regalado, siempre quise una cuando yo era pequeño, pero eran muy caras. al encender se ilumina el led, y el tv me muestra que esta entregando una señal en ntsc, pero se queda en negro, aveces aparecen rayas verdosa o amarillas (solo basura),nunca aparece el fondo azul o "ready". no tiene sonido alguno. no puedo ingresar al self test, no puedo hacer nada. -probé con la fuente original (5V. 1,5A) -probé con una fuente automática (5v, 3A) -conectado a la TV por RF. -conectado a la TV por vídeo compuesto. -sin teclado. -con teclado. -la casettera no trabaja (start + option)(esta buena) no tengo cartuchos para probar probé todos los diodos y están buenos. alguna ayuda para reparar esta querida consola se los agradecería del fondo de mi corazón. help please thanks
  3. Here's a list of my current 8-bit collection, starting with the working units! One working 400. One working 800. One working 600xl. Just put together a working 800XL out of two junkers. One working 1200XL. And one working XEGS. Just enough 'safe' power supplys to go around for the XL's and the XEGS. Along with these, I have a couple 1050 disk drives, an 810 drive, and some other pieces parts floating around that I need to gather up again. I also have parts 400, another 800 that MIGHT move up to working status if I can get a keyboard, and another 1200XL that is in beautiful shape, but the keyboard currently does not work at all, not even the option buttons. Might have to try and take that keyboard apart like I did my first 1200XL and clean all the contacts. A very TEDIOUS process! Oh, I also have ingots... three or four so far.... Bleah...
  4. The bitmap brothers in action with XENON II They are one of the biggest heroes of the 16-bit gamescene on atari st/amiga (and then snes) in those time with XENON, SPEEDBALL, XENON II, CADAVER, GODS, CHAOS ENGINE, Z etc. and now they are collecting money for a book about the bitmap brothers. You can see preview on the kickstarter site. Time to support them and bring the bitmap brothers to print. Make it possible on kickstarter! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/darrenwall/the-bitmap-brothers-universe > The book cover: You don't know them? than it is time to jump into their fantastic worlds: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Bitmap_Brothers
  5. Greetings, I been playing Atari games for a long time in life and when started to make game reviews with my friends. We offcorese made a few videos about Atari games! So far we made videos of Solaris and Alien, but we are working on one for Adventure and have lots more planed! Here are a few links: Solaris: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OgvckjwYn3k Alien: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ue4cxnv5lDU We are gonna do lots more. Please check them out and tell what you think. wwe are new to the hole video editing thing. the Solaris do have audio issius, at the time we didn't know how to fix but we do now. thanks for your time
  6. Well, over the next couple of months I'm going to do some spring cleaning, as it were. (this will make my better half so happy I may have to tie her down!) I've got doubles of almost everything I have and sometimes in triplicate. Can't see any reason to leave some of this stuff stored away in a closet when someone might be able to get some mileage out of it. On top of that, I'm in my 50's now and I honestly don't have as much time to do what I want to any more (isn't that a sad thing!). Anyway, here is a 4 meg, TOS 2.06, 40 (approx) meg hard drive Mega STe for sale. It's got a few cosmetic blemishes, some slight yellowing, and the floppy drive gives the usual "data on floppy drive a may be damaged" error. I'd always meant to work on this one and bring it all the way back up to par but never got around to it. An Atari mouse, Mega STe keyboard, and power cord are all included. It does not include the SC1224 monitor in the pictures/video. First reasonable offer gets it - PM the offers to me please. Buyer pays S&H. Paypal would be the preferred form of payment. I'd rather sell it to someone here rather than fool with Ebay, if at all possible. Sold "as is". Short, horrible video of it booting up is here:
  7. Atari 2600 games. Some have box, some are sealed in shrinkwrap and some are loose. I'll give you the chance before ebay. I am selling off collection to raise money for LASIK. I have systems, joysticks and tons of other stuff as well. Included are price checks from 2 webs sites. I usually only deal in bulk. Let me know what you want and we can work out a fair price . If interested email me at [email protected] Shrinkwrapped Carts Batttlezone Sealed (Silver) Defender II Sealed (Red) Dig Dug Sealed (Silver) Galaxian Sealed (Silver) Gravitar Sealed (Red) Joust Sealed (Silver) Jungle Hunt Sealed (Silver) Kangaroo Sealed (Silver) Ms. Pac-man Sealed (Silver) Super Football Sealed (Red) Super Football (Atari) Sealed (Silver) Venture Sealed (Red) Yar's Revenge (Atari) Sealed (Yellow) Boxes air sea batle (Atari) box amidar box donkey Kong box frogger box galaxian box GORF box Race (Telegames) box robot tank box space invaders (Atari) box space invaders (Telegames) box target fun (Telegames) box Zaxxon box LOOSE CARTS activision decathelon top label damaged adventure adventure adventures of tron Air raiders air raiders air sea battle Airlock Amidar Armor Ambush asteroids blue asteroids yellow Astroblast Atari Video Cube in plastic. Atlantis atlantis backgammon Barnstorming baseball basic programming basketball beamrider berzerk blackjack bowling red bowling yellow boxing boxing brain games breakaway IV breakout bridge bugs california games canyon bomber casino centipede Challenge of Nexar checkers chopper command circus atari combat red picture combat red text Combat Top lable not attached commando raid commando raid cosmic ark cosmic ark dark cavern defender demon attack Imagic demon attack demons to diamonds dig dug dodge em red picture dodge em red text donkey kong donkey kong junior double dragon dragonfire dragster encounter at l-5 enduro ET NOT the worst game ever made. fast food fast food final aproach fire fighter fishing derby football green football white label football yellow picture football yellow text freeway Frogger frogger II frogs and flies ghostbusters golf gopher GORF grand prix gunslinger haunted house home run human cannonball yellow picture human cannonball yellow text ice hockey indy 500 infiltrate international soccer top label damaged Journey escape Top lebel damaged joust red 'p' jungle hunt kaboom kangaroo keystone kapers laser blast Lock in chase mario bros maze craze megamania midnight magic miner 2049er missing top label missile command yellow atari missile command yellow sears moon patrol Mouse Trap ms. Pac-man name this game night driver night driver no escape damaged top label outer space red outer space yellow picture outlaw red text outlaw yellow picture pac-man pac-man phoenix pitfall II pitfall II pole position pong sports Popeye porkey's pressure cooker q bert loose top label Q Bert raiders of the lost ark Rampage realsports football realsports soccer realsports tennis riddle of the spynx river raid robot tank Rubik's Cube in plastic. Letter 'j' on top left seaquest skiing sky diver sky jinks slot racers sneak n peak solar fox solaris Sorcerer in Plastic space attack space cavern loose top label space combat space invaders red text Space Invaders Top Label not attached Space Invaders space invaders yellow space invaders red space jockey space shuttle space war Spacechase not top label speedway II orange speedway II yellow Spider Fighter Spiderman Squeeze Box Stampede Star Raiders Star Raiders Star Ship Missing top label Star Trek: SOS Star Voyager Star Voyager Star Wars: The Empire Strikes back Starmaster Steeplechase Stellar Track Strategy X in Plastic Strawberry Shortcake Street racer super Breakout super challenge baseball Super Challenge Football Super Cobra Surround Swordquest Earthworld Swordquest Fireworld Taz Towering Inferno traget Fun trick Shot Tron Deadly Disks Top label a little damaged Turmoil Vanguard Video Olympics 1 with 21 on top label Video Olympics 1 without 21 Video Olympics Video Pinball warlords orange sears warlords yellow atari warplock damaged top label winter games word zapper Xonox Duel (Chuck Norris/Artilllery Duel) Xonox Duel(Spike's Peak/Artillery Duel) yar's revenge yar's revenge zaxxon
  8. Its a game by game podcast, but we did not want to call it that Ar-kay and I are getting ready to record episode 1 which we will talk about the pack in games for the 5200. Super Breakout and Pac Man. If anyone wants to submit any audio or written memories for the episode, please send them to [email protected] Ar-Kay loves getting emails about the 5200 and is looking forward to reading and/or playing them on the show Episode 0 was a podcast overview with some 5200 console talk, so if you have anything to submit about the 5200 console in general please send it in Thanks! Willie!
  9. Hello everybody:) I just downloaded to latest version of Stella onto my laptop and got the ROMS for it. I was wondering if anybody had any joystick advice for me. The USB sticks that look like Atari knockoffs on Amazon have pitiful ratings. I'm surprised that their isn't more of a selection for vintage gaming enthusiast. I wanted to get two joysticks so my Wife and I could play together. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Scott
  10. Is it possible to hook up an atari 2600 to a Mac computer without modifications? If not, what mods or alternatives can I make to play my atari on my Mac without using an emulator?
  11. So just got my Arcadia supercharger in the mail but even after extensive cleaning of the pins it still just starts black and flashes yellow. I have no idea what to do. Im afraid there's a blown capacitor or something inside it. What say you? Any ideas? BTW before I forget Im using an Atari Jr so its not a 7800 issue.
  12. I can either do money or trade. Stuff for trade: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/228532-complete-genesis32x-lot-interest-money-or-trade-prices-added/ http://atariage.com/forums/topic/225148-segasaturns-fs-threadbooks-computer-parts-etc-updated-721/?do=findComment&comment=2984944 Or money if we can do a deal! I'm looking for a lot of different Lynx games. Just pm me with what you have!
  13. i am selling my NOS mint condition Atari 2600. Box is worn,but everything else is untouched. please dont hesitate to contact me if you have any queries! http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=171412043520&ssPageName=STRK:MESE:IT
  14. Anyone have an Atari tattoos? Symbols, logos, mascots, etc? Post them here...
  15. I recently found a cartdridge containg 32 games, Ive tried to find more information about it but i cant seem to find anything about it. So id like to ask you if you happen to know more about it. The game says made in taiwan on the back,and thats all information i found. I do believe that its from the same producer that made the 160 in 1 game.
  16. Hello everyone, I am looking for a Joystick Y Splitter Cable (2 controllers into 1 gameport) for my ColecoVision, Atari and Genesis. Its a DB9 type plug and Loose would be fine. Not looking for CIB ..but if one is available cheap enough, i may be a buyer still.. Here's some names of the companies that produced these cables: - Wico - Dynamics - Newport Controls - Questar Controls - Gemini Industries I don't prefer one company over another.. ANY brand will do and have been looking for one for months now. Never thought it would be this tough! Anyway.. If anyone has a working one to spare, you will be rewarded handsomely. I might even consider non working cable since i might able to repair it but it would have to be very cheap. Please PM me if you are able to help in any way, I'd really appreciate it! Thanks for looking and for your time.. -Todd
  17. Hi, One of my classmate's father is deciding to give me an Atari 2600. I am new to Atari and was only exposed to Pentium Era PCs. Anybody what should I do with it and what programs should I use it with? Thanks.
  18. Hi, album Circus Bizarre is complete:) http://www.atarimusic.net/component/muscol/P/53-poison/244-circus-bizarre enjoy;-) POISON
  19. Why do 16-bit light guns look so ridiculous? SNES Super Scope: Sega Menacer: Compared to these 8-bit offerings: Famicom Revolver: NES Gray Zapper: NES Orange Zapper: SMS Light Phaser: Atari XG-1: I mean, I can understand that in the 90s, video game and toy makers were pressured to make guns look unrealistic as possible, but come on, the Super Scope and Menacer just look absolutely ridiculous. Even later gen systems like the PS1 Namco Guncon look normal in comparison. What's worse, with all the modular detachable pieces that can get lost over the years, it's nearly impossible to find one complete.
  20. Hi all, I have decided to start thinning out my collection so I have for sale an Atari 2600 with 160 games built in. This seems to be a rare one. I'd like $99 or near for this as a bare console. It's tested and working. I can post locally within Australia or world-wide, postal weight is 1.5 Kg. Please note, FAQ attached! cheers all Graham.Percy 2600_160.pdf
  21. FOR SALE: ATARI ST 520 STFM WITH 2.5MB MARPET MEMORY UPGRADE COMPUTER RETRO CONSOLE SYSTEM REFURBISHED TESTED CLEANED Fully refurbished and tested. Please look at the large pictures at the bottom. This Atari has been stripped down and thoroughly cleaned inside and out. No cracks to the case and, considering its age, this Atari is in superb condition! A few minor scratches to the top of the case which can be seen in the pictures, and underneath the Atari which is also visible in the pictures below. The Atari comes with a RF aerial cable (on request) and power cable (on request). Fully tested with an external floppy drive, monochrome and colour monitor, hard drive, printer and RF output to ensure all ports are operational. Technical details:- TOS v1.02 GEM v0.13 AES v1.20 Marpet 2.5Mb memory upgrade kit installed giving a total of 2.5Mb of memory Ideal for Cubase, games and other MIDI applications Minimal yellowing - see pictures below Manufactured 22/04/1987 The floppy drive head has been cleaned and reads, writes and formats floppy disks reliably. The joystick and mouse ports have been re-soldered. Sometimes these develop dry or broken solder joints, or develop intermittent faults over the years due to mice and joysticks being connected and removed . The memory has been tested with a 100 pass hardware memory read and write test. The Atari has been running for 24 hours to ensure to ensure there are no overheating issues. This Atari has a Marpet Memory Upgrade installed with a 2.5Mb memory upgrade to the system. What's included in this auction Atari STFM computer RF aerial cable (on request) 13A to IEC power cable (on request) Price: £55.00 + P&P P&P to UK is £12.50 P&P to Europe is £25.00
  22. What Is It? Hayesduino is an Arduino sketch that provides a bridge between the world of the Internet and small devices that do not have built-in ethernet capabilities. Old computers, such as the Commodore 64, Apple II and Atari 800 have serial ports, but do not have readily available Internet solutions with wide software support. While specialized solutions do exist for these platforms, they all require specialized software to use them and do not lend themselves to more general usage such as simply opening a socket, sending some data, and/or receiving some data. Hayesduino bridges this gap by emulating a Hayes compatible modem. This allows users to initiate Internet communications via sockets that are opened by "dialing" to a hostname and port. An example would be initiating a telnet session with a host by simply typing atdt hostname:23 and waiting for the host to respond. Using this technique, any online socket can be reached and communicated with. Hayesduino could have accomplished this without emulating a modem, but there needed to be a good way to allow the small machine to receive incoming connections. The three platforms listed above were all very popular systems for hosting BBS (bulletin board systems) which would accept calls over a telephone line via modem. Hayesduino simulates the incoming phone call whenever the software receives an inbound connection on port 23 (this is changeable in the code). When an incoming connection is detected, the Hayesduino will toggle the DCE-DCD line to trigger the remote software to answer the incoming "call". In this way a classic BBS can be hooked up directly to the Internet. http://hayesduino.codeplex.com
  23. Hi guys. I am a new member here, but I wanted to give the AtariAge members first dibs on this Kiosk before I list it on eBay. I have looked through the forums, and it appears the last Kiosk sold in 2014, but I don't see what price it sold for, and one in 2013 for I am assuming $750. I don't think one has popped up since then. This kiosk does not have the built in brain board. I purchased this from an older couple who got it from a K-Mart in 1986. It has been sitting in their basement ever since, and does show some signs of wear, but nothing major. Most damage as you will see in the photos is along the front control panel laminate. There is some moisture damage on the underside at the base in the rear, but you can't even see it when up against a wall. Also, it appears to be missing two of the bottom shelves, but a piece of MDF would suffice in replacement, it is pretty basic. T-molding all looks pretty decent, plexi has some scuffs but not too bad. Around the control panel there is some staining from what looks like Pepsi or something, but not too bad. I tried to clean it the best I could but with a little extra work I'm sure it could be restored further. The controls work great. In fact, it makes playing 2600 enjoyable lol. The paddles might need a shot of electronics cleaner, but they both still function fairly well. It is currently stationed in my garage, up on pallets. The featured photo shows it all decked out with merchandise (and photoshopped into a nicer looking room rather than a garage, lol) - sorry, games not included. Please click the imgur album link to see more photos. Included is the kiosk itself, the gnarly Sony Trinitron, and the 2600 console. I am in the Springfield/Dayton area in Ohio, and I assume most of you would prefer to pickup so you could see it in person first - but if I can get close to my price I might consider doing a delivery, make a weekend out of it. It would be delivered disassembled of course (assembly is like 12 screws). Here is my eBay user account if you'd like to check my feedback/whatever; http://www.ebay.com/usr/poisongoomba Link to imgur album with more photos: http://imgur.com/a/auJBu Please feel free to ask me any questions about it. I don't have a lot of room to store it, and I would love it to go to a good home where it can be preserved. Thanks! EDIT: I currently have a standing offer for $1500, the buyer wants to meet me in September. So I will put a hold on until then.
  24. So I thought this would be fun. I have 4 "unlabeled" Atari carts I will be checking later. I will upload pictures of the carts then small sound samples and then the final video of the game itself. I just thought it would be fun for all of us fanatics to take some guesses at what they are. I will begin with makes of the carts. 1 Apollo 1 Parker Brothers 1 Activision 1 Atari Let the games begin.
  25. Dear all, please check out a recent, truthful and insightful interview with Atari Jaguar legend B.J. West: http://www.arcadeattack.co.uk/bj-west/ I have also recorded a special Atari Jaguar CD podcast for Arcade Attack where I discuss the ill-fated peripheral, why it failed and whether Black Ice/White Noise could have helped save the Jaguar and even Atari! Please give it a listen if you get a chance: http://www.arcadeattack.co.uk/podcast-july-2-2017/ Kind Regards @Arcade_Adriano
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