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Found 9 results

  1. NEVERMIND. Going to sell the 128... Admin please delete this thread.
  2. Hi all, Can't believe I haven't signed up to this forum earlier as I am a big Atari fan ! But I have a bit of a dilemma regarding my Jaguar 64 machine. I have the RGB SCART lead (the ribbon cable type) and this works perfectly when connected directly to my TV (Panasonic Viera LCD). The problem is I have quite a few consoles that I like to leave connected. If I plug the Jaguar into either my small 3 SCART switch or VCR it starts to flicker every so often (My PS2 using the same setup works fine). Also, if I try extending the Jaguar lead with a coupler and another SCART lead I get the same issue. If I extend the switch with the coupler and SCART lead and plug the Jaguar into the switch I get flicker AND no sound. The thing is I'd quite like to run the Jaguar through a switch but may still need to extend the lead (either coming from the Jaguar or the switch). Does anyone have any ideas or what might work? Many thanks in advance . F4LL3N
  3. From the album: My Home

    Here's a photo of me in my Cammy (from Super Street Fighter II) costume playing my Commodore 64 DTV, which is an all-in-one Commodore 64 reproduction with built-in games all inside a Competition Pro style joystick. It runs on AA batteries and has an AV output cord which plugs into your TV.
  4. I started posting up some Commodore 64 and Atari 8-bit games tonight (and a classic Mac one) on ebay. All of them are at least CIB, and some are NIB, all are in great condition. A couple real rarities in there, including Invasion Orion for 400/800 (an early Epyx/Automated Simulations game), and Adult Poker by Keypunch for C64. http://www.ebay.com/sch/bookworm100/m.html?item=181113155259&ssPageName=STRK%3AMESELX%3AIT&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2562 Thanks.
  5. Based on an original game by Jim Summers on the Commodore PET, Mr. NOP is proud to present to you SLIME for the Commodore 64. Featuring 1 or 2 players, high score saver, joystick or keyboard controls, in-game music by Richard Bayliss and some pretty neat sound effects. Battle the growing slime before it takes over the screen, shoot the membranes and eradicate the slime. As the slime grows, cells begin to grow inside the membranes which then chase after you. Complete the level to advance to more complex stages with even more slime growth. Produced by a Canadian Download link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/9749y1dsrioa84e/Slime%20C64.zip?dl=0 Slime C64.zip
  6. Hey folks, I'm trying to self-teach how to program the Commodore 64, and a lot of folks have already recommended to me a bunch of books. But I thought I would also start a thread to post more specific questions as they arise, and tap into the community of knowledge here. My first question is pretty basic (har har). I just wanted confirmation that the DEF FN command (in Commodore 64 BASIC) can only create single-variate functions of a floating point variable. I find this very limiting and would very much like to know if there's any way to define multivariate functions, and also on arrays or strings or integers etc. I don't think there is, and I have tried stuff but nothing works, and the books I have read so far are not 100% clear on explaining this function. Thanks in advance for any help and advice. I hope that other people interested in C64 programming can join in and we can build up this forum.
  7. RetroElectroDad

    Commodore 64

    From the album: RetroElectroDad Computer Collection

    Commodore 64 with SD2IEC drive.

    © Trevor Briscoe

  8. I'm so excited! My last system died on me a while back, and a friend is selling me one he's refurbished complete with Disk Drive plus a few extras for $80 (I already have a monitor). He does amazing work refurbing them. I can't wait to start programing on it Now to dig through my stuff and find all my old C64 software and find some new blank disks. Also if anyone is selling a Super CPU let me know please.
  9. I finally found my Nintendo 64! so I plugged it in and got everything together. I turned on the system then the tv. I turned it to the av channel and.......nothing. all there was was a black screen! so I tried turning it off and back on. the screen flashed for a second then nothing. I did everything correct I put the cartridge in before starting the system. could it be the av cable?
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