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  1. Xump - The Final Run is a simple multi-platform puzzler by Retroguru. Initially released by Psilocybin Development in 2005 the game has been improved in almost every aspect you can imagine. New graphics, new levels, new music, new options, new everything... Help Holger to clean up deserted space fields. As this is a very dangerous task for a human being a headbot named Xump will be the one who has to suffer. Your main task is to clean all dissolving tiles on several single-screen levels by simply stepping on them, one by one. Few fields are secured with mines and need a double tap. Mines can be blown up when passing by or disarmed by Xump when staying on this specific field for a short moment. Certainly the mission sounds easier than it will be. Atari Lynx Port I started studying the Lynx toolchain in November 2018 with the idea to port this game to Lynx fashinated by the idea to have a lot of challenges to face, like dealing with a lower resolution then the standard one of Retroguru games, or not haveing modplug support for the background tunes. It was a fantastic journey in retrocoding and now I'm in love of Atari Lynx (more than 3DS that was the system that make me return on coding after several years of pause). I did my best to make a game that coud have compete with some of the comercial releases of the Lynx Age. Could have been better? Maybe yes, but not with so few time (6502 ASM is the next frontier). Retroguru games are always in continue refining, so if you havesome hints to make the game better let me know... but don't wait too much or your iprovement suggestions could miss a possible phisical release of the game. Last version of the game is downloadable from Retroguru site: https://www.retroguru.com/xump/ I'll post here if there are updates to the release. Controls UP = UP BUTTON DOWN = DOWN BUTTON LEFT = LEFT BUTTON RIGHT = RIGHT BUTTON SELECT = A BUTTON PAUSE = PAUSE BUTTON MUTE/UNMUTE MUSIC = OPT1 ROTATE SCREEN = PAUSE + OPT1 RESET GAME = PAUSE + OPT2 RESET HIGHSCORES = OPT1 + OPT2 How to use the lnx file Xump for Atari Lynx can be played on a real Atari Lynx writing an EEPROM Lynx cart of at least 256 KB with the xump.lnx file (removing the starting 64 bytes header), or using a RetroHD SD cart. It can also be played on Lynx emulators, but most emulators will have sound issues. The game saves higscores and the last level played if a Lynx cart with an extra 128 bytes EEPROM chip is in use. Emulators need to support EEPROM emulation. To enable saves on a RetroHQ SD cart, a file named xump.sav of 128 bytes must be created on the SD in the /saves/ folder (the content of the file is not important and will be overwritten at first use). You can find attached a zip file with a save file ready to use. Screenshots Xump_sav.zip
  2. Lynxpro

    Marlboro Red Time

    From the album: Misc

    Jason Schelhorn was influenced enough by a pic of the Marlboro game for the Lynx to create this potential Preview Pic of it for SainT's Atari Lynx SD Card Adapter...
  3. If you like the Jag Bar you're gonna love Lynx Lounge! Join me as I review all my Lynx swag one drink at a time.
  4. I'd like to break any thoughts right now before I get started... This isn't a guide (currently) to buying classic consoles. I'm curious on advice on getting various vintage game consoles. I already own the general group of items. (Nintendo, Super Nintendo, Sega Genesis, PlayStation 1, PlayStation 2, etc) However, what I'm lacking on is some of the older and lesser remembered (as far as society seems) game consoles. Classic Game Fest is next weekend, and I'm hoping to find a few game consoles to add to the collection. I don't know how successful or unsuccessful I'll be, but I'd still like to try. In general, what I'm looking for are tips and suggestions as to what I should be looking for (IE specific models or avoiding problematic versions) in the various consoles I'll be listing below. I'm happy to offer suggestions and tips as well on many consoles, but my advice won't be the best honestly. I generally don't care about the outward appearance as much unless it's just awful. ANYWAYS! The consoles I'd like to acquire soon would be... Sega Master System - I know there are several models available, but only one or two offer composite output. I realize I'll want an S-Video mod on this if possible. Curious if anybody here at AtariAge does that, or knows someone who does. Atari Jaguar - I'm curious to give this system a shot since I've honestly never played much of any Atari system. (I have a hard time playing the old old stuff though... Sorry >_<) I need to experience more Atari though to figure out what I missed out on. I know nothing of the console beyond it's general look though... Not even sure about titles. Atari Lynx - I've seen pictures of it, but I'm curious to try it as well. I've seen a few on here for sale but never took the plunge. I also always see something about blown caps involving the screen? (Did I say that right...) Turbo Grafx 16 - This one seems to be the most expensive of those I've glanced over. Wouldn't mind having one, but not looking to spend a huge amount on something I have very little experience with. Is the system even worth the effort? If so, need suggestions for games as well. XD Neo Geo X - Forgot to put in this one. I know they have a re-released Neo Geo X "Gold" package or whatever that comes with a bunch of packed in games with the system plus a handheld piece. Is this thing any good and worth getting over the old Neo Geo system? Sega Saturn - This one is probably the lowest on the list, but I would be interested in getting one if I can get it for a low-ish price. However, I also don't know very many games I'd want on it, so it's on the back burner for the moment. Another thing to keep in mind is that my repair (solder) skill is pretty basic (consider a title like SUPER AMATEUR to be appropriate). I do apologize if this seems lazy or something, but I didn't see anything else like this on the forums. (If I missed it, I apologize and please link me. I searched price guides or console buying guides and came up empty.) Thanks for anybody who can give any opinion or suggestions on these consoles. I realize the Classic Game Fest may not be the best place to go for these items, but maybe I get lucky and find some killer deals. Even beyond that, I'd be interested in acquiring these items regardless of the convention. Wouldn't mind a few game suggestions as well of course.
  5. Obviously few people in this forum may need a Atari Lynx Buying Guide video...but I wanted to share mine here to see what you guys thought. Big shoutout to Marco (McWill) here on AtariAge for doing an awesome job on the screen mod! As for video capture, I could have probably just captured the VGA out on the modded Lynx but decided on just using OpenEmu instead for speed and convenience. I also purposely left out that there are two versions of the d-pad on model 1. I felt going to far into the weeds for casual viewers may bore them.
  6. Hi everyone, The time has come. The Atari Lynx collection I've spent well over a decade collecting is being sold off. Times are tough and money is tight (had to get another car, the daughter also needed her first car, plus the other bills are piling up - not that you necessarily care why I'm doing it, but I wanted you to know I'm not a reseller, or a greedy wanker. Just a guy who's down on his luck.) Okay, enough whining. My Lynx collection consists of around 120 games. I'll put the complete list of what I have below, but if you want to see some pics of most of them, please visit this ancient Lynx thread here. The thread is missing a few items: Lynxopoly, Solitaire (which I wrote the manual for, the FlashCard (the one from Lynxman, which I also wrote the manual for), and both the Bitchy contest cart, and the Bitchy game, #15 of 20, that I won from the contest. I can post pics of these here if there is interest. And the thread has a few items I sold off in months past - Zaku, SIMIS, Hyperdrome, and EOTB, all gone. Most of these are complete in the box. The few that aren't I'll make sure you know, and see pictures of, before we finalize any deals. I'm not pricing anything because I don't really know the value, so please feel free to PM me with fair offers. If I like the offers, I'll accept them. Otherwise, they'll end up on eBay. Alien vs Predator *Demo* - 2 copies, one from B&C and one from an eBayer from Poland Alpine Games Alpine Games Bonus Cart A.P.B. Awesome Golf Baseball Heroes Basketbrawl Batman Returns BattleWheels Battlezone 2000 Bill & Ted Excellent Adventure Bitchy #15 of 20 (Won in contest) Bitchy Contest Block Out Blue Lightning - 2 copies, curved and flat Bubble Trouble California Games - 3 copies, ridged, flat, curved Centipede 2000 *Demo* Championship Rally Checkered Flag Chip's Challenge - 2 copes, ridged and flat Crystal Mines II Crystal Mines II: Buried Treasure Cyber Virus Daemon's Gate *Demo* Desert Strike Dinolympics Dirty Larry: Renegade Cop Double Dragon Dracula the Undead Dragnet - Sound Demo Dynablaster Electrocop - 3 copies, curved, ridged, flat Euro Soccer Challenge Eye of the Beholder Demo Fat Bobby Fidelity Ultimate Chess Challenge Gates of Zendocon - 2 copies. curved and flat Gauntlet: The Third Encounter Gordo 106 Hard Drivin' Hockey Hydra Ishido: The Way of the Stones Jimmy Connors Tennis Joust Klax Krazy Ace Minature Golf Kung Food Lemmings Lexis Lode Runner Demo Loopz - 2 copies, B&C and Songbird Lynx Casino Lynx Diagnostic Cartridge Lynx Flash Cart Lynx Reloaded Lynxopoly Malibu Bikini Volleyball Marble Madness Demo Marlboro Man *Demo* MegaPak Vol 1 Ms. Pacman NFL Football Ninja Gaiden Ninja Gaiden III Othello Pac-Land Paperboy Pinball Jam Pit-Fighter Pokermania Ponx Pounce Power Factor Qix Raiden - the buggy version, not the Telegames one Rampage Rampart Rapide Race! Remnant: CGE2k Special Edition RoadBlasters Road Riot Robo-Squash Robotron: 2084 Rygar Scrapyard Dog SFX Shadow of the Beast Shanghai Sokomania Steel Talons S.T.U.N. Runner Super Asteroids/Missile Command Super Off-Road Super Skweek Switchblade II T-Tris Todd's Adventure in Slime World Toki Tournament Cyberball 2072 Turbo Sub Viking Child Warbirds World Class Fussball/Soccer Xenophobe Xybots Yastuna Vol 1 - Cubes - Two copies (one from the Polish eBayer and one from Fadest Green PCB labeled 4 of 10) Yastuna Vol 2 - Space Incident (from Fadest - labelled 4 of 10) Zarlor Mercenary Again, if you want to see specific pictures, I'm happy to oblige. I'll most likely start doing eBay next Sunday, so that gives you a few days. Cheers, Smeg
  7. Up for sale is an Atari Lynx Development Flash Cart created by AtariAge's Lynxman http://atariage.com/forums/user/12435-lynxman/ I'd like $50+ship for the cart. It does not have a game on it. When it was new it cost 79 Euros + shipping There are threads on AtariAge that have full instructions on not only programming the cart but also on how to make games for the Lynx... use the forum search function to find them. This cart requires the use of an Altera Byte Blaster to program it with a ROM. This is intended for Atari Lynx development. I have the Altera programmer that I would be willing to sell at cost. They are easily found all over the Internet. I bought mine on EBay . See photos: Sold!!
  8. All prices are before shipping. PayPal friends and family is preferred but I will take goods and services - you will cover the additional fee if you choose that method. All pictures are at the bottom of the post, please check those for item condition . Ask any questions and buy my stuff! I want this out of my house! I try to price my stuff to move so please PM if you think something is too high and we can discuss. Systems: Retron 1 - CIB $10 -system has been tested with a few games all loaded fine and played fine - I used my original NES controllers so controllers are still in shrink wrap and never used. Game Gear - 8 Sega Brand game protectors $ 4 - Free with any order of $15 or more just mention it when PM me. Dreamcast - All dreamcast games for $10 - Crazy taxi (disc only) - $4 - Tony Hawk Pro Skater - Disc and manual $ 4 - NFL2K CIB - $3 - NFL2K2 CIB - $3 Saturn - Space Jam Disc and back case insert only -$4 NES - Sesame Street 123 $3 INTV All carts for $1 each (All tested and loaded up) - Carnival x2 - DK - label is complete but has fallen off - Space Battle - Bowling - Math Fun Manuals and Misc. - All $2 each - everything for $6 N64 - NHL Breakaway 98 - Rugrats in Paris the Movie - Zelda: Majora's Mask - rough condition Atari 2600 - Canyon Bomber 7800 - Game pack in poster
  9. It's Easter time and what better way to celebrate than to play a new Atari Lynx game from Atari Gamer - Eggsavier's Cackleberry Rescue. This is a LCD style game in the theme of the famous Game and Watch type consoles. There is a little bit of colour and music thrown in on the title screen but once you get to the game itself, it's very reminiscent of these old style LCD consoles! Here's a short introduction article about this game - https://atarigamer.com/articles/eggsavier-s-cackleberry-rescue---a-new-game-for-atari-lynx You can play it online via the Atari Lynx emulator here - https://atarigamer.com/lynx/play/EggsaviersCackleberryRescue/926170969 ...or download the ROM here - https://atarigamer.com/ag-api/lynx/rom/EggsaviersCackleberryRescue/926170969 Here are some screenshots...
  10. Hi, I am forced to generate some serious cash, so I put some of my rarest Lynx games on offer. If you are interested in an item please drop me a line. I'll come back to you in 2 or 3 days. On offer are: - Eye of the Beholder (2011 release) - Lynxopoly (#28) - Hotdog - Poker - Relief Pitcher - Zaku All items are like new. Shipping options are: GERMANY Regular Parcel (EURO 7.00) EU Regular Parcel (EURO 17.00) USA/CANADA Regular Airmail in robust box (EURO 4, runtime about 5 to 8 days, no insurance, no tracking). or Airmail Parcel (EURO 37.00, runtime about 14 to 21 days, insured, tracking) If you have any questions, please drop me a PM. Thanks for watching, Marc.
  11. I've listed a bunch of Lynx and 7800 games fulfilled by Amazon Canada, search or click through them here: https://www.amazon.ca/gp/aag/main/ref=olp_merch_name_2?seller=ASVVEHBRLZEPV I didn't spend a lot of time setting prices, feel free to make me an offer on here if I've overpriced something and I'll reduce it on the site. I listed them here because I need to get rid of a whole load of stuff and I shipped it all to Amazon in a single box for CAD$10 - packing up and calculating the shipping for 60+ individual boxes is just too much effort for me. Also shipping is cheap (or free if you have Prime or order enough) within Canada, and hopefully shouldn't be too bad from the US either.
  12. Hi everyone, I am looking to sell my Lynx collection. I am asking EURO 2,750 + shipping. It consists of 1 system (+4 defective), 97 games (all boxed games are in box protectors) and some other items. I am open for offers. Please understand that I won't split up the lot. For more details please check the PDF as well as the pictures. Shipping Information I am located in Germany. The shipping options are: - GERMANY Regular Parcel (EURO 16.50) - EU Regular Parcel (EURO 23.00) - USA/CANADA Airmail Parcel (EURO 54.00, runtime about 14 to 21 days, insured, tracking) Payment Information Payment by Paypal/EURO only. If you have any questions, please drop me a PM. Exchange rate is about 1.00 EURO -> 1.14 US$ Thanks for watching, Marc. PS: The original listing included the Poker cartridge, but it was sold several months ago. Sorry for that. Atari_Lynx_Sale.pdf
  13. Which version of the Atari Lynx do you prefer? Do you like the original model or the revised version? Up until recently I expected most people to say "model 2" because of its smaller size. However I've been talking with a few Lynx enthusiasts who actually prefer the original model. Some of them like the positioning of the d-pad and buttons on the OG. Another Lynx fan tells me he prefers the screen on the first Atari Lynx, claiming its not as "washed out" as the later models. Where do you stand on this issue? I'd love to hear some detailed replies. Please tell me why you prefer one model over the other. And lets just say for the sake of this discussion that you have to choose just one model. I know this may be a difficult decision for hardcore Lynx fans, but please humor me and choose only one model. Thanks in advance for your replies.
  14. Hi, I bought a Lynx II and it is not really working. It's kinda easier to show than describe, so here's some poorly shot videos. These seem to be both video and in game bugs and crashes; I am wondering if there is any fix for this. It seems to be an issuse with the system, but I don't know anything for sure.
  15. Hello Everyone! This is my first blog post ever here on AtariAge, and I'm excited to be on here! Let me introduce myself. My name is Chase, and I am a seventeen year from Ohio. I have been playing and collecting Atari 2600 games for 3 years now and I have never felt more passionate and happy playing simple games compared to the high resolution, highly complicated games of today. The 2600 seems to pull me in with simplicity and the appeal of playing games that have shaped the game industry into how it is today. I have used my Atari 2600 (a four switch Woody) more than my Ps4, and I actually love my Atari more than my PlayStation. I want to start up a YouTube channel reviewing games and potentially talk to the people who programmed them. I hope to have a fun time on here and I can't wait to share my passion with others and hear stories from others who grew up with the console I love. I will mostly will be talking about the 2600 on this blog, mostly about games. Which ones I love, which ones I think are ok, and which ones I don't really like. I might also dabble in the 5200, 7800 and the Lynx and Jaguar. And one question to end this blog: Which Atari 2600 launch title is your favorite? Mine is Indy 500, followed by Surround.
  16. Lynxpro

    Marlboro Red Time 2

    From the album: Misc

    A "cleaned-up" version of the pic by Jason Schelhorn.
  17. I sell my PITS suitcase Everything works fine . It's located in Germany. i thought about 600€ or make me a offer
  18. Datel inc. was already in full swing by the late 80's/early 1990s. What made them tip their noses toward the Lynx?? Was it too hard for them to work own?? Also, why not even a fan-made cheat device, like a Pro action Rocky, or a Codebreaker?? :_(
  19. One of my interests right now is in typography, i.e. fonts. As such, I was wondering if I could do some small service to the Lynx development community by creating a functional font. If such was possible I was wondering what format a font that functioned on Lynx would be and how many characters for this theoretical typeface. As a proof of the concept, I present a small conceptual sample of what it could look like. I'm not sure how many characters it would need, so I stuck to the basics already present on my keyboard. I'm not a professional font designer, in fact I have no font designing software - the above was done purely in Photoshop - and I can't code a single line of BASIC. Thoughts? p.s.: Ignore the strange thing to the far left of each line. It was my personal height identifier - max height from what I'm calling the "baseline" (official font terminology but I've got only a faint idea of what it actually means) upwards is seven pixels., from the baseline downwards, only two pixels.
  20. I rescued a Lynx I that had moderate damage due to battery acid. I Have fixed everything on the main board--but the button membranes seem to have absorbed the chemicals from the battery, and well, they're basically just ruined. I need at least one A/B membrane and one Option/Reset membrane, but I would prefer a full set. If anyone has some they'd be willing to part with please let me know.
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