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  1. Hi everyone. It came to my knowledge the Hackaday 1K challenge where some fellow Atariagers made entries (Dominant Amber by Wickeycolumbus, Cave 1K, Splatform and Robot City by Thomas Jentzsch) I had my Toledo Atomchess game that plays pretty basic chess with AI so I ported it to 6502 and added a kernel for board display and interface, it came out very well. So now I'm also in the contest https://hackaday.io/project/19270-toledo-atomchess-for-atari-vcs2600 not expecting to win or something but already feeling good of challenging the challenge It works right away with Stella, for real Atari you need to pad it to 2K for Harmony. Find annex the latest version (also in Github) Small usage guide: * Computer plays legal basic chess movements * Move with joystick, push button to select, push button to drop. * Promotion of pawns only to queen. * No castling * No enpassant * No move validation (if you push button in the wrong square... well you can imagine it) Now video with comment (don't put attention on my attempt to speak English ) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Du4krvIl7o toledo_atomchess_6502.bin toledo_atomchess_6502.asm toledo_atomchess_6502.lst
  2. Hi everybody, for those of you who are not on Facebook Bob and I just wanted to let you all know that we are starting our own, from scratch Atari 5200 Podcast. We want to thank Willie and Arkay for allowing us to have contributed to their podcast. We hope to have our first introductory Episode out by September. We plan to go through all the commercial releases. Anyway that's all for now. Feel free to visit our facebook page.
  3. Hi, in order to avoid flooding Atari Age forum with topics, I decided to create an universal topic for all my new songs, which I will use from now on. And here comes the first new cover tune, coming from Super Nintendo Entertainment System's game Final Fantasy VI. Uses stereo POKEY, doublespeed player routine. RMT, SAP and XEX files attached. https://soundcloud.com/pseudografx/final-fantasy-vi-terras-theme FF6-Terra.zip
  4. Iam making a atari 5200 flashback In this topic i want to share with you how i make it
  5. Hi, I have come into possession of an ASCII Stick Alpha for the Sega Master System. I have done some Google/Atari Age searching and have come to a limited understanding that trying to use it on a 7800/2600/800XL might be a bad idea, but I don't understand why and under what circumstances (if any) that it might work. But then I have a buddy who swears that he has played some of his Atari games using a different SMS controller for decades and it hasn't caused him any problems. What happens when one tries to play his or her Atari with a Master System controller? Thanks for your time, --SilvaHaloOne
  6. Just wanted to make a post in which I can share my channel with others. I cover a ton classic consoles, oddball items, as well as newer games. Come check it out! https://www.youtube.com/user/swlovinist
  7. This thread is about the Nuon game systems, the spiritual successor to the Atari Jaguar. So all of you who have or are looking to the get the Samsung N2000, the Toshiba SD2300, the Samsung N501, N504, N591 and all the other variants, this thread is for you. I'm going to post my thoughts on the Nuon, and encourage others to do the same!
  8. After selling well over 200 controllers I am working toward having these manufactured fully in china and packaged properly. This will take some time to sort through companies, in the mean time we are putting the store on hiatus eventually closing the etsy store due to fees. If I do manage to complete this task I will most likely find another store (or another way) of selling these controllers. Maybe amazon? Who know at this point. I can still have PCBs made if there is still enough interest. I'm also working on upgrading my printer that currently has 1200 hours on it we will sell 3D printed atari carts and label on AA. Just DM me and I can give you a quote! Thanks again for all of your interest!! The Atari 7800/2600 Controllers KITS ARE OUT OF STOCK! Fully assembled controllers OUT OF STOCK! PCBs & CUSTOM 3D PRINTED LABELS ARE OUT OF STOCK!! New updated instructions for kits here... Atari 7800 Controller Assembly Instructions (2).pdf Order here: http://www.itsallgeek3d.com Hello there AtariAgers! I wanted to make an official AA Marketplace post from the original forum post here: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/272541-7800-controller-project/ Tired of the Pain-Lines or the bulky standard CX-40 joystick? Oh yeah, That’s right you are. Order now! Call today! Supplies are limited… no seriously, they are. This is the All-New V1.2 Atari 7800/2600/SMS NES style controller! Excellent! Two-Button Atari 7800 Action! Wow! Both buttons act as fire button with Atari 2600 games! Unbelievable! 3D Printed face label is a 2-Color print. Standard V1.2 Atari 7800/2600/SMS Controller is in a Silver/Black configuration. Although color can be customized for a fee, it is limited to the stock of filament colors I have. Which changes weekly. Keep in mind that the controller itself is black. The PCB is the new V1.2 can also be compatible with Sega Master System In theory. This is in BETA phase and has yet to be tested. There is no difference in the components of the SEGA/ATARI kits (SMS compatibility only available in kit form) It’s just a matter of swapping a wire or two during assembly of the kit. Three ways to buy! Full Brand New V1.2 Atari 7800/2600/SMS NES Style Black Controller New Redesigned V1.2 PCB w/DB9 Cable (Coming Soon!) Kit! New V1.2 PCB w/x2 620 ohm Resistors, DB9 Cable, Black NES Shell, D-Pad, Start/Select and Red ‘A’ and ‘B’ Buttons and all the rubber contacts. 3D printed label, you specify ‘ATARI’ or ‘SEGA’ Order Here: www.itsallgeek3d.com Also, the 7800 controller coupling will be in the store as well. For the AtariAgers that have a 3D printer here are the files... https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2767791
  9. ***AUCTION NOW OVER!!! ITEM HAS SOLD!!!!*** Hi ATARI AGE forum! SUPER RARE and YOU'LL LIKELY NEVER SEE ANOTHER ONE OF THESE OFFERED - Take a moment to preview the link towards the middle of this post and read about an auction that I have going on for a genuine ATARI artifact. What I'm auctioning is a framed set of ATARI COLLECTOR PINS - FIRST EDITION - of which there were only ever 10 made - Hand numbered (this one is #2) - which were to be given out to ATARI's top executives, way back in 1983. My father, Don Osborne, was VP of marketing (thats him in my avatar) at the time these pins were released in April of 1983, so this is an original, personal item that's been in our family ever since. The only reason that I'm parting with it is because I have tons of this original ATARI stuff and it's only been sitting in a closet for 33 years. Seems a shame that some fan doesn't have this adorning their game room wall, so if you're interested, please let me know? DETAILS IN SHORT: Farmed set of the first 10, 1st EDITION, ATARI COLLECTOR PINS - Hand numbered set (this #2 of only 10) Here's the link to the eBay auction - http://www.ebay.com/itm/152049853938?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649 Thanks and please let me know if you have any questions concerning this auction? Matt Oz I can be reached at - ozfridayATearthlink.net
  10. I’m currently working on a personal MAME arcade project and a couple of the games I’m thinking of using would need a spinner control. I know I could just buy a USB spinner control but, I thought I would come up with something for my own use that was a little cheaper to build yet still felt like a Tempest arcade spinner. This is my beta test unit and I still have a couple of minor changes that I want to make to it. I designed the knob to mimic a standard Atari spinner knob. Since I’m 3D printing the knob I had to design it in such a way as to be more friendly with my 3D printer. The other 3D printed part is the USB PCB bracket. This spinner control is basically a modified USB mouse mounted over a mechanical spinning disk. Since it is a standard mouse PCB the computer sees it as just that, a mouse. To keep with an authentic feel I made the mounting the same as a standard Atari arcade spinner control. I sized the disk to match the mass feel of an arcade spinner control as well. I've seen other DIY USB spinners on the web, but they never seemed all that robust and I’ve never seen anyone try to match the actual weight of an arcade spinner. So, this is what I’ve got. Let me know what you guys think.
  11. Now, before I go on eBay and get the Canadian-market Flashback 9 (model no. AR3230, the one with composite RCA output and SD card slot), I need to find out which controllers she will not work with, after all I own a Wico redball stick, a few Atari CX24 (7800) sticks and also a couple of CX80 Trak-Ball controllers that I used to use with my Harmony Encore multicart through the 2600 adapter on my 5200, I need to know if these (or any others like the classic paddle or driving controllers or the video touchpad for Star Raiders) will or will not work with it. All I need is a list of compatible controllers as I already know almost all the games (650+ games on my SD card) will work on her, it's just that I am a purist who insists on using a trak-ball for Centipede, Millipede, and Missile Command among others, so am I good to go with the FB9 or should I re-acquire the Harmony Encore multicart, in which would require a ton of space for both the 5200 with the 2600 adapter and also the multicart? https://www.ebay.com/itm/Atgames-Atari-Flashback-9-Classic-Gaming-Console-Black/254221214500
  12. I'm looking for reproduction cartridges of certain exclusive NES games. RetroUSB previously had everything I'm looking for up for sale on their website but they are now all discontinued. I'd appreciate it if anyone who knows could point me in the right direction on where to purchase these carts. I really haven't heard of any good repro websites aside from RetroUSB. Edit: To clarify, I'm looking for repros of games not available on NES, such as exclusive Famicom games, or the Vs. arcade games. I'm not interested in repros of existing NES games, otherwise known as a fake.
  13. Hurray!!! Our first Episode is on line for your Atari listening Pleasure. Please download it and give it a listen. We will be looking to have our podcast added to iTunes shortly. Episode 0 http://xegs8bit.com/episodes.htm Check out our new website http://xegs8bit.com/index.htm and drop by our Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/AtariXEGS.and.8Bit.Game.Podcast/ If you have any suggestions, feedback, audio submissions, or would like a particular Xegs game reviewed we can be reached at [email protected] or visit our twitter account at https://twitter.com/XEGS8bitPodcast Hope you enjoy it, Thanks Bill, Michael & David
  14. Dear all, I'd like to open this thread on my recent development "MidiJoy" because the topic of the thread which led to its inception is now only merely loosely connected to what has come out of it. I'll begin with posting some general information on MidiJoy, afterwards I'm looking forward to questions, comments and bug reports here . The most up-to-date information will probably always be on my website: http://www.phobotron.de/midijoy_en.html and a video introducing the basic idea of MidiJoy is available on YouTube. However, the software will only be available after the ABBUC hardware contest in which MidiJoy is participating (this is part of the competition's rules). Of course I'd be glad if you vote for it in the contest, and if it should make it to the Top 3, I'd make MidiJoy available for free afterwards . Enjoy, F.
  15. Looking for high quality copies of Atari television commercials from 1977-1983, will pay to have them transferred from film to hd video.
  16. Hello, guys! I finished work on the Atari Lynx emulator for Android. aLynx - Atari Lynx emulator for Android OS 2.1 and higher. aLynx supports on-screen keyboard, sound output, OpenGL rendering, load/save games states. Link on a Google play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.blogspot.rock88dev.alynx_free https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.rock88dev.alynx Also, it will be interesting to hear do you think of emulator that could be improved, etc.
  17. Not my video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zd3GD2NO3dI I searched the forums and couldn't find anything. I must be getting senile in my old age - I couldn't for the life of me figure out how to pair the joysticks to the FB9 Gold via Bluetooth until I found the video. The Bluetooth pairing insert in the package was barely readable and confusing. (Off-topic) At least they included an HDMI cable in the box. Edit: Apologies to Bill Loguidice for the negative comment regarding AtGames. It was not meant to offend (admittedly it was not in good taste) but to comment on how the clarity of the instructions could have been improved. I have removed the offending remark.
  18. In the April 1984 issue of Compute! is a favorite type-in game called Worm of Bemer. It was largely written in basic, and is a great example of a basic action game. The author challenged readers to improve upon the game, and I do not know how many times this has already been done, but my son and I are taking the challenge! The author Stephen Fultz said "Some features you might add include a routine to save the high score to disk, adding more players, or having Nerm go to a different room depending on which exit he takes. " Now - I'm telling everyone about the WIP, because I just love hearing all the news about other works in progerss, and I hope everyone enjoys various updates around this game as well. Also, so that this doesn't become a never ending project, the feature list is set in stone. We are taking Stephens challenge by adding these features: 1. Save high score to disk 2. Two player mode 3. Different exits lead to different room PLUS: 4. Rewriting in C/Assembly 5. 2 player mode will be competitive or cooperative 6. And re-doing the graphics, including new welcome screen and animated snakes. There is always the possibility that the game never finishes, but I have a good feeling about this one.... be setting out the goals, in public no less, I will not let feature creep cause this to never finish....lol This weeks task, is to re-do the Welcome screen. Here is the original One thing we could do is change the fonts only - and leave it at that, here is a new font: And lastly, we could try to put an image on the screen - or do that and the fonts also, here is a mockup of placing an image:
  19. I saw a 800XL in my local game shop, but it was over $100. I don't know how much they're worth, but that seems a bit much. So, I've become intrigued by the A8 line recently and wouldn't mind having one. My preference would be a 600XL or 800XL as they have a smaller footprint and look nice. It doesn't matter which one you have if you just want to play games, right? The 16k in the 600 isn't a limiting factor? I would want one with a power supply and some way to hook it up to a TV. I honestly don't know how they connect, do they have AV cables or RF or a switchbox? Disc or tape drives aren't necessary ATM. Right now I'd just want to screw around with carts. I also do not need any joysticks. If anyone can help me out, shoot me a pm. Thanks!
  20. Hi. I am new to the Atari 5200 Homebrew scene. The 5200 system was my first system I ever owned. I hope there someone out there that can help me out and would be willing to sell me the Atari 5200 M.U.L.E. Cartridge. I have a 4 port system and my friends & I are M.U.L.E. fans so I hope there's someone that can help me out, thanks.
  21. Hi looking to buy 1 or more of these. Redemption 5200 Controller Adapter, thanks
  22. great alternative to the Atari Deluxe US controllers 2 Atari 7800 CX78 Control Pad European version for sale EBay http://www.ebay.com/itm/171333422473?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
  23. Who was the giant idiot at Atari Corp. who thought that the Jaguar controller was in need of a friggin' keypad?? The controller would have been better off looking like a larger version of the PC Engine controller. Its because of the controller scheme mainly that made the Jaguar fail in the end. :mad: :mad:
  24. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2479087/Over-30-Then-game-Tetris-Pac-Man-Atari-classed-digital-ARCHAEOLOGY.html
  25. I know this is such a stretch but would there be any possible way to connect my Atari XF551 floppy disk drive to my Windows XP computer? I'd like to transfer Atari files to and from my PC. I really can't get an internal 5 1/4 floppy drive for the XP because they are just too pricey.
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