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  1. DoctorSpuds

    Sub Scan (Sega)

    From the album: My Collection

  2. DoctorSpuds

    Xenophobe (Atari)

    From the album: My Collection

  3. From the album: My Collection

  4. Hello People, this Topic will contain 2 Topics in one Topic 1:Change Roms on Activision Anthology GBA Is there a way to change just 1-5 roms on the GBA Version of Activision Anthology, if yes can i then get a Guide how? Topic 2:Concept for Atari Anniversary Advance Volume 2 I have a very good idea for a Volume 2 Version of Atari Anniversary Advance This Version should contain 6 Arcade Games from Atari via META Emulation Technology (That is, what the disclaimer said.) and contain a little Bonus, Just like Volume 1 contained Atari Trivia Challenge. Here is the Little Comparison List Volume 1 Volume 2 Asteroids Asteroids Deluxe Battlezone Red Baron Centipede Millipede Missile Liberator Command Super Warlords Breakout Tempest Black Widow or Major Havoc Atari Your Choice between: Trivia -Army Battlezone Challenge -Atari 400 BASIC (with Virtual Keyboard) (Bonus or Content) -Arcade Gallery what do you think?
  5. Looking to find a copy of Desert Bus for the Atari 2600 and Intellivision systems. I can't seem to find much about the Atari 2600 version besides outdated links that usually end in error 404s, and I did see that the Intellivision copy is for sale on ebay at the time of this post, but I would prefer a cheaper option as that one is $40 PLUS $15 shipping.
  6. Here's a few suggestions for solving problems if your tape programs don't load. This is a Hong Kong version of the 1010. A chance purchase from eBay. I'll skip the story line for later.... First up ,test as is. Poor loading, most tapes didn't get past a few strings and crashed. BTW you assume that it passed the power up , yes but more on that later. Clean the head, it was very clean to start So no difference. Change the belts, two on this model, as to much is already said on the forum on sourcing belts, I'll add a photo as to what I used. Changed the main drive belt, fairly easy on this model. The other is for the tape counter, left as is. Now an improvement I've got the states and capital tape to almost fully load. Clean the head again, pinch roller and capstan. Not too much progress, breaktime and research. Read up in the Atari service manual found online for the 1010 there are some service procedures and testing, if you have the test tape and equipment etc. Like I'm sure someone does? Lol Next day, (you can rack up some time waiting for the loads) !!! Clean everything again and recheck belts, I diddled around fixing the tape counter, the button wouldn't release after you press it. A bit of clean up and slight sanding of the slide mechanism with a spot of WD40. I'm running the unit less the top cover, so the tape and mechanism is visible. So there's some progress. Also for the heck of it I try a trick that I used to revive old diskettes as a last resort. Clean the media. With a swab and a bit of IPA (not the beer) advance and rewind the tape while holding the swab on the cassette tape,easy to access with the top of the recorder removed Not hardly any residue but did improve the load on some. Noting from the Atari service there is a speed adjustment if you have a scope and test tape. With a marker, I noted the position of the pot. Again easy to access with the top removef. Tweaked it up slightly above the original setting. Now a marked improvement, I keep track of the tape counter when it crashed, the load times are getting longer. There are a few more adjustments of the speed control pot to find the sweet spot. States and capitals tape fully loads. Just for the heck of it I pull apart the main board and remove the capstan/pulley and clean and lubricate. All in all more tapes load. Fairly reliable as I move on to the longer non basic programs. Even the tape that was in the recorder when I received it from the seller works. So now testing continues, that was the reason for getting a workable tape drive. Most ppl inquire why go with tapes at all when the new sio files are available to download. Soon I plan to offer the tapes for sale and some of the older titles, I guess all of them are old, it would be nice to know they work, and the challenge of bringing equipment and software back to life. As far as the belt(s) replacements, I sourced some assorted belts in two widths, one assortment flat style and one square. It used to be fairly easy to source belts during the VCR days, used to have several styles available and I went the route of measuring and ordering each belt for a reel to reel, but it gets expensive. One belt assortment from Ali Express and the other from eBay, turns out they were from the same factory both sources. One other note on the power up, it worked no problem at first,as far as power indication, but by a coincidence, when during testing tapes, smoke rose from the diode rectifier set, quickly unplugged, and a quick check of the power supply, one of my old ones, no output. Luckily, I had another and the 1010 powered up no problem.
  7. Just as the title states, what are your favorite/top pong consoles? I ask this, for I have been ever increasingly interested in purchasing a pong console- and while an Atari branded one is nice in terms of "authenticness", there are a vast amount of other consoles varying from look, design, games etc. As pong museum says, "and the ball was square . . ." haha
  8. Hi. My name is Rich and I have a small VR channel on YouTube. I invite you to see my retro console collection on YouTube. I'm about to get to 900subs and I'm doing something special.
  9. Well, after a year and a half of starting this group, we have an official SVCGG event happening at Lost Levels arcade in Claremont, CA from 12noon till 8pm. This event will include vintage computers from the 70's, 80's and early 90's from companies such as Commodore, Atari, Apple, Texas Instruments, Tandy, Timex Sinclair and MANY OTHERS. All set for freeplay This event is FREE!! but we appreciate any donations to help our events to continue to grow. If you would like to go into the Arcade, there will be a cover charge. Here is a list of computers that will be present (more will be added) Commodore 64 Commodore 128 Commodore Amiga 1200 Commodore Amiga 500 Atari 800XL Atari ST Atari Falcon Apple ][e TI-99/4a Mattel Aquarius 486 List may be subject to change. We hope you make our first event special and hope to see you there! If you have any equipment you would like to show off at the event, please let us know!! Lost Levels arcade is located at 530 W 1st St, Claremont, CA 91711 See you Oct 5th!! https://www.facebook.com/events/389250568450963/
  10. [Download the files attached to this post, as they are the most recent] Hi! I am glad to present a new game developed by me. As I know is one of the few homebrew that uses the keyboard controllers, and in this case my game uses both! The game is technically done, but if you find bugs, report them to me in this thread. Enjoy Plot: Your Laser Orbital Cannon control panel is a pair of keyboard controllers that has all the coordinates of the map. Press a key when you think that an enemy is in that coordinate: A screenshot of the game The keys on the keyboard controllers represent a quadrant on the screen You start with 4 lives, each live has a current status bar. You lose a portion of the status bar when a terrorist vehicle crosses the border. When the status bar decreases to 0, you lose a live. When you lose all 4 lives, the game ends. The screen when you lose all lives. The initial game screen Make sure to plug both keyboard controllers in the console jacks before starting any game. Press the reset button once you plug the keyboard controllers in order to start the game. Press any key from the left keyboard controller to start another game when you lose Press the reset button on a started game to reset the current game. There's an easter egg to find. Clue: you can find it in a similar way like in Drone Wars... ROM FILES PAL VERSION: Laser_keyboardPAL60.bin NTSC VERSION: Laser_keyboardNTSC.bin I highly recommend the use of real keyboards instead of using only the pc keyboard in stella for a better experience. That's everything you need to start playing the game. Feel free to post your comments about this game!
  11. Hello, (this is my first post). I recently purchased a copy of Doom. I noticed it was slightly different than the photo posted on Ebay and I'm confident it's not the one in the photo. I'm okay with that, but I want to make sure it's a real game. The box seemed a little shinier than other Jaguar boxes and I'm afriad it's a reproductions. I spent about $160 (CAN) on it so I really want it to be 100% original. Is there anything I can do to make sure it's original? Also, I was not able to test out the cartridge because I had a water leak and had to box up all my consoles while they replace the carpet.
  12. These plug and play consoles have all been tested and cleaned and work. They all have battery covers and clean battery compartments (no batteries included). I would like to get $3 each plus actual shipping costs. Please add $1 per transaction for paypal fees, or disregard if you use the friends/family option. I prefer to sell several at a time, but I am willing to sell just one. There is one Atari joystick and one Namco plug/play in the center of the first image that are $1 each with purchase. Both work, but the atari one is missing the battery cover and has a crack around the joystick ring, and the namco joystick makes lots of clicking/clunky noises. Contact me for shipping costs, it will ship from zipcode 45005 USPS. RED X INDICATES IT HAS SOLD
  13. From the album: My Collection

  14. DoctorSpuds

    Dig Dug (Atari)

    From the album: My Collection

  15. DoctorSpuds

    Xevious (Atari)

    From the album: My Collection

  16. DoctorSpuds

    Food Fight (Atari)

    From the album: My Collection

  17. DoctorSpuds

    Karateka (Atari)

    From the album: My Collection

  18. As it says on the tin up there, looking for a set of Atari Paddle Controllers and a Video Touch Pad, which I don't actually have! I figure this isn't a huge deal and people could have some for sale here. z.z. I would need them, of course, to work! Pretty sure thing on both now. Thanks for replys guys!
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