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  1. Why 'bear' some 'buddies' price? Let's all chip in and share what we've got... FOR FREE! I'll start it off... This file has your standard strip, TI-Writer, Multiplan and one you all probably do not have, Video Chess! So, what do you all have? Strips001.pdf
  2. From the album: My Books

    2nd in a series by Brian Matherne (AA Member - Arenafoot)
  3. From the album: My Books

    Just like it says..."A Photographic History from Atari to Xbox".
  4. From the album: My Books

    As discussed in this thread "...a book crammed with as much "Atari Stuff" as possible." You can pick up a copy at www.zafinnbooks.com
  5. From the album: My Books

    34 Atari 2600 Homebrew Video Games concisely described by Brian Matherne (AA Member - Arenafoot)
  6. Hi Got a few items that I've put on ebay, but as they're not advertised with international shipping, you can PM me here direct if interested. hardware currently in good working order, but (due to age) no guarantees as to future reliability ■ THREE of these five XENs are available - serious offers only please ■ TWO hard to find program recorders ■ Broderbund Apple Science Kit (it's a "review copy") ■ collection of books - available as singles or complete. Note: these are in the UK and shipping will likely be: 65XEN - £25 (USA), £18 (Europe) £10 (UK) Program Recorder - £15 (USA), £10 (Europe), £7 (UK) Book or Science Kit - £10 (USA), £7 (Europe), £5 (UK) please make offers via PM obviously multiples will be cheaper, all post insured/tracked, paypal gift only
  7. Hi everyone! Time for another posting of goodies for sale. Some of these are going to be really inexpensive... I plan on having $1 items, $2 items etc as well as some more normal priced items. I'll also have bundled items and of course, if you purchase a bunch of items, I'll try to make a deal. Let me know your thoughts. I want to make a minimum order of say $10 or more. Shipping will be actual postage price.. no handling fees or anything like that. One thing to note is that I am in Canada and shipping is sometimes high. At this point I am adding photos and will start adding the prices when I finish uploading the photos. And of course, without further delay... the items.... MegaMan NES $30 (only as I can get $40 in trade for it) Vic 20 Xonox Manual for Sir Lancelot $5 Metroid 2 promo keychain $5 Club Nintendo Playing Cards $5 Code of Princess 3DS - Game with artbook and CD soundtrack $25 5200 Manuals $1 each or the whole lot for $5 $2 items or $3 for 2 items Ok... that's all for now. If I find anything else, I will be sure to add them but this is it for the time being. See something you like... let me know and we can make it happen. Thanks for reading!
  8. Okay, so I am a huge science fiction nut, from Asimov to Herbert to Adams. But I dont just love Science Fiction books, I love movies and television too, like Blade Runner, and Star Trek. Another big thing I love is Science Fiction in video games and i cant think of a decade of more science fiction in gaming than the Eighties. If you are digging in a pile of atari games and pick put a random cart, id say 9/10 its going to be at least something sci fi releated (most likely a Space Invaders clone but thats neither here nor there) like space or robots or aliens. Now my question is which books or rather which decade of books would you say inspired these science fiction stories found in the manuals of these old games? I just love these stories and id love to read full books like them! This doesnt have to be atari necessarily, arcades work too!
  9. Hi guys! If you are not aware of our Retro art book on the Atari ST creative culture, please hurry up to join us on Kickstarter: http://kck.st/21I7feE You can be the critical mass to reach our goals on the 6th June. In the last week some things went positive, some not. Marketing such a campaign is not easy. We constantly work on press releases. So, since the beginning on 6th May we have been covered by: Magazines: - Retro (german) - Return (german) - ST-Computer (german) - Pixelnostalgie (german) - Kultboy (german) - Retrogamesmaster (english) - Indie Retro News (english) - Retro Video Games (english) - Retrogaming History (italian) . Retrokomp (polish) - Atari Crypt (english) - Blue's News (english) - 8-bit Central (english) Forums: - Atari-Forum - Atari-Home.de - Demozoo - RetroCollect - Pouet - Nectarine - Atari Age - ST fanémule - Reddit - Atari.io - English Amiga Board I also produced a comprehensive audio podcast. Sorry for my weird english sometimes, I am coming from Germany. Have a listen on my Kickstarter campaign site, see below. Thank you for your support so far, I see you are interested in this unique story, but never have expected so much US-backers! This surprises me, as I thought this story is only a speciality for the europeans. Best Regards, Marco Breddin (Writer of the Atari ST Anthology)
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