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I wanted to move this over to a new thread, as it really doesn't relate directly to Altirra updates at this point. Here are the files I've posted in the Altirra thread so far, plus the NTSC (PAL to be posted later) ACO file, which is a "Swatch" file for Photoshop that contains the color palette data from the ACT file plus descriptive text for each entry. I've edited the descriptive text to be the Hex, Decimal, and Binary Atari equivalents -- which will appear as a tooltip as shown in the swatch image below. Some of you might be asking what's the use/point of these files compared to the regular 256 color palettes available as output from Altirra and included with some other emulators. The point is that most Atari graphics modes (read non-GTIA) are only going to have 128 of the 256 colors available for display. So if you index your non-GTIA artwork using a 256 color palette, your graphics editing program is most likely going to choose some colors that aren't possible for your selected Atari graphics mode. The palette images are just for use if you want to open them up in your selected program and use the eyedropper to select colors, rather than using swatches/palettes, and also as an additional reference. As noted in the Altirra thread, these files are all based on the "Default" Altirra palettes, with no manual adjustments. Atari 128 Colors - ACT (NTSC, PAL).zip
OK folks they are finished, finally going to start selling these Parker Brothers Atari 2600 Reproduction labels. I took all the best images I could find of the game titles and completely reworked and touched them up. This was not an easy task as I sometime had to mix multiple pictures to get the full image including the copyrights. Then most scratches and blemishes that I found were gone over and fixed. These are printed on a high quality photo paper that has a strong peel and stick backing. They are made slightly larger then the original dimensions and should be a perfect fit for those games that no longer have the decent titles attached or are missing entirely. I have incorporated my trademark on all and written Retro Reproduction onto the bottom of some matching the original copyrights. Since these are early copies, I thought I would give the group here a discount price before I sell them on eBay. If you would like to order some you need buy a minimum of 4 labels. It will be just $2 for each single title copy and $2 for the S&H. Just send me a PM of your PayPal eMail account and list of what you want. I will then send you an invoice of your order so it can be tracked and insured by PayPal. I only have about 5-8 of each PB title already made. I won't be making them for Mr. Do's Castle or Q*bert's Qubes as I want those to maintain their original values. It's going to take a bit to get additional peal and stick Photo Paper, and I had to order a bulk shipment of ink for my new Epson printer. Some of these are not perfect as the copyrights are a bit blurred, yet others are really excellent and you can barely tell them from the originals. As the angular size of these are strange, they are DIY and you will have to cut them out and attach the labels yourself. This way you get the pleasure of "Restoring" your own games. Most of these I have already cut out individually, so you will likely get them ready to stick onto your own games.
Hi guys. I'm Orionsangel. I'm a life long gamer. I grew up with Atari and have had almost every console imaginable. I hung out in Arcades in the 80's. I still play games to this day even modern games. So last year I started making bezels for retro games on Mame. My idea was to bring the arcade experience at home without owning the arcade machines. Check them out. https://www.youtube.com/orionsangel Playlist - http://bit.ly/2u1Yl42 Here are some examples.