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  1. I always wanted to ask: why were there such great games (original and ports) for Commodore 64 that never made it to Atari XL/XE series? Was the reason only hardware issues? What are the key factors that determined this situation? Forgive my ignorance, - Y -
  2. Hello. I am currently working on an RPG for the beloved Commodore 64. I will share more, but I need to know how to put my charset at $E000 from a BASIC prg. A LISTing would be excellent, but an explanation would be okay too (although I will have a lot of questions.) After I get this in, I'll have more to show and tell.
  3. C64 Commodore 64 Deluxe Power Supply Saver bought for $50 will sell for $40 C64 Commodore 64 Deluxe Power Supply Saver Protect your vintage C64 by Ray CarlsenRay Carlsen, veteran Commodore repair technician, made this Computer Saver. The Computer Saver functions as a voltage limiter when plugged in-line between the C64 and the C64 power supply. The two LED's on the Saver case are indicators of the Power Supply status. The LED on the left monitors the 9VAC from the supply and it should be on all the time the Power Supply is plugged in to AC power, whether the computer is on or off. The other LED (marked "failsafe") is normally off. It only comes on if the Power Supply fails due to a shorted internal regulator. That fault is what damages chips in the computer, most often the RAM.
  4. I'm looking to buy a working and clean Commodore 64C Keyboard, preferably the later version with Text on top of keys, but will be happy with the earlier version as well. Thanks, I've been having one hell of time finding a replacement anywhere. ISB
  5. I have an interesting joystick from Spain: Telemach 200. I'm looking to trade for other rare joysticks. The joystick has arcade components, Industria Lorenzo stick. It has a 9 pin connector. I use it on 2600. There is a switch on the back for other systems, (Amiga?). There are 4 suction cups on the bottom. I'm most interested in homebrew joysticks. But also various rare or quality that I don't already have. I mainly play 2600. Also Vectrex. I can use db15 gameport analog joysticks on Atari with an adapter that I have, which I like and which is another trade option. Possibly arcade or industrial joystick components. Old Pong console modded to work as VCS Paddle controllers!!!! ... Atari Game Brain, H.E.R.O., Montezuma's Revenge... VecMulti for Vectrex..
  6. I bought 50+ Commodore 64 (C64) games complete in box recently. And who says that Craigslist is DEAD?! Over half of these were still shrink-wrapped brand new!
  7. EDIT: n/m, I'm all set.
  8. Hello, Cleaning up the Radio\Commodore room and have for sale the following items: I'm in Ohio and sales only to the US, sorry no international shipping. #1 Commodore 1581 3.5" floppy drive with 10 formatted disks. #2 Commodore 1581 3.5" floppy drive with 10 formatted disks. I have tested both drives by formatting 20 disks, then doing random copying. Both work fine. Cosmetacially they are good, they do have a few scuffs but not bad for their age. Asking $100.00 plus shipping for each drive. #3 130+ misc. Commodore formatted 5.25" floppy dsks. Asking $22 shipped. SOLD #4 Suncom Joystick. Works fine and looks good. Asking $25 shipped. #5 Unopened box of Maxell HD 5.25" floppy disks. $10 shipped.
  9. Commodore64 on DE0 Nano/ DE2 FPGA FPGA64 with JiffyDOS and IEC interface (1541, uIEC/SD,...) Visit my blog : http://darfpga.blogspot.fr Look at my vid on You tube : http://youtu.be/Frgl8syf3cg
  10. I am new to the Colecovision scene but I have noticed in the threads that Flappy Bird & Space Taxi are being ported to the Colecovision. I even read about Zelda for the CV so I thought since that's possible why not some classics like Archon, Trap Door, Mail order Monster, etc. Is there any interest in the community to have some C64 all time classics ported to the CV. thanks
  11. From the album: My Collection

    A letter sent from the VP of Marketing at SubLOGIC to game journalists and reviewers apologizing for the delay in sending out review copies.
  12. MarkO

    2014 11 27 19.56.54

    From the album: MarkO's 001

    My copy of the Commodore C64 Programmer's Reference Guide. I have had this since 1986.
  13. So, I bought a like-new C64 from a guy who had kept it in his closet for decades - this is one of the classic ones with the brown keys. I typed in some BASIC programs to test the SID and other components and everything turned out great. Signal is clear as a bell to boot. Now for the difficult part: What do I need to do to keep this thing running as is? Any points of failure that are common to these NTSC models? This thing is running a little *too* perfect, so I'm a little paranoid that it's going to fail at any moment.
  14. Games I've added to my collection over the last couple months. Many great old PC & Windows games as well as Xbox, PS2, Neo Geo Pocket Color, PSP, Amiga, C64 and much more! Anybody else collect big box PC games?
  15. I offer 30% discount on all remaining Atari 8-bit and C64 software. Just check the latest lists with the regular prices and deduct the 30% discount. ITEMS As some of you may know I've closed my online shop*. Now I'm selling off my stock. I start with the Atari 8-bit software (200+ items, a mix of US and Euro releases, just check the lists) and C64 items (250+ items, a mix of US and Euro releases, just check the lists). The pdf files contain detailed deskription and a picture of each item. The prices stated in the lists were the old shop retail price and of course, I am absolutly open for offers NEWS I've already received quite a few offers for selected games, but I would really like to sell the items in bulks with huge discounts, so please be patience if you've sent an offer for single or few games. SHIPPING I am located in Germany. Shipping USA/Canada: 5kg - 37.99 EUR; 10kg - 54.99 EUR; 20kg - 76.99 EUR Shipping EU: 5kg - 17,99 EURO; 10kg - 22,99; 20kg - 33,99; 31,5kg - 44,99 EUR If you have any questions just drop me a line. Thanls for reading, Marc. * The box business isn't effected by the closing of the shop. Shop_Atari_8bit_Software.pdf Shop_C64t_Software.pdf
  16. Hi everyone, just wanted to share my experience with this kit. Thought it was fun to play around with.
  17. Polybius

    Commodore SX-64!

    From the album: My Game Collection

    Commodore SX-64, Given to me by my Aunt, found in the Attic of a house I was cleaning for her. Left behind by the previous owner, Aunt was selling the house for them.
  18. DoctorSpuds

    Power (Avantage)

    From the album: My Collection

  19. Most of it is for commodore (64 & Amiga.) The DDR sticks are for PC. Some of the first few chips were bought as replacements for an Amiga Emplant card. Hate having to buy several when only 1 is needed *** RAM *** Commodore 128 64k VDC drop-in upgrade $10 50-pin SCSI in-line terminator $5 Kylwalda Floppy adapter & autoswitch for Catweasel $20 Cyclone Floppy Dongle $10 VLab video Capture card v1.3 (zorro II) $20 A64 adapter (complete) $20 5x Amic A29040B-70F Non-Volotile 512K Flash RAM $2 each 8x ISSI IS61C512-15J 64K static RAM $2 each 2x Kingston KHX8500D2 1G DDR2-1066 SDRAM $3 each 1x 512MB DDR2-667 SDRAM $2 16x Fujitsu MB81C4256A-60P 128K Dynamic RAM $2 each *** Chips *** 2x Zilog Z85C3008PSC Serial Chip $4 each 1x Ecliptek EC1100 3.6864 Mhz crystal oscillator $3 1x Motorola MC68000P8 8 Mhz CPU $3 1x Commodore 391304-01 Kickstart 2.05 (v37.300) chip $5 1x WD33C93A-PL SCSI Chip $10 1x Set of v6.6 A590/A2091 ROM chips $5 1x Set of v7.0 A590/A2091 ROM chips $10 1x Commodore 318018-02 C128 LO BASIC Chip $5 1x Commodore 318019-02 C128 HI BASIC Chip $5 1x Commodore 318020-03 C128 Kernel Chip $5 1x Commodore 251913-01 C128 C64 Mode Chip $5
  20. Forgive me if I'm posting in the wrong area, I didn't see a Commodore 64 specific thread, but I'm using a stupid tablet and it's possible I overlooked it. I have a question regarding the use of digitized sound effect and speech on the C64. I'm pretty familiar with programming, and have even made several games using BASIC with ML subs, but I can't figure this one out. Why is it that some games can play digitized audio over two voice music without stopping all the on-screen action, but some stop all sprite movement and audio before playing the sample? For instance, Way of the Exploding Fist has no trouble playing the digitized samples during the action. Thanks for reading!
  21. I recently picked up some Commodore 64 items and I just can't wrap my head around the C= way of doing things. Their DOS is just so counterintuitive to the way pretty much all other machines do things. I just like Atari 8 bit machines better. Anyways, I have some interesting stuff up for sale. I would rather only ship the C64's and 1541 drive inside the US due to the weight and cost of shipping them overseas. Commodore 64C. NTSC machine. Light yellowing of the system and a couple black marks on the top rear over the vents. Can probably be cleaned up with a little bit of work. Includes power supply and video cable for a Commodore 1702 monitor (the standard split Chroma/Luma cable). $35 plus shipping. SOLD!! 1541 Disk Drive. Tested and in good condition and include IEC serial cable to attach to the C64. $25 plus shipping. SOLD! I have 2 PAL Breadbox C64's. I imported these from Europe to use the PAL software that doesn't run correctly on NTSC machines. Both are in excellent condition with little to no yellowing and both have the desirable 6581 SID chip in them. Neither includes the power supply, just the unit itself. You can use a regular US power supply with them just fine with no problems. I am asking $60 each plus shipping. Or $100 for both plus shipping. SOLD!! Also up for sale is a recently received uIEC and deluxe daugherboard from Jim Brain @ retro innovations. http://store.go4retr...ts/uIEC_SD.html He sells the uIEC and deluxe daughterboard for $60 plus shipping. I am looking for $50 shipped in the USA. I will even include a 12inch IEC cable with it as well. SOLD! Next is a 64NIC+ ethernet cartridge for the C64. Go online with the Commodore 64! This is also from Jim Brain. http://store.go4retr...duct=64NIC%252b Includes a clear case. Jim sells these for $55 with a case. I am looking for $45 shipped in the USA. - SOLD I accept Paypal only.
  22. We're proud to announce the C64 port of Sydney Hunter & The Sacred Tribe! Ported to the C64 by Andrea Schincaglia (Wanax), Music by Saul Cross and project leaded by Jérémie Marsin The game is available in both Cartridge and 5'' 1/4 Floppy format Pre-order now! http://collectorvision.com/shop/commodore-64/sydney-hunter-and-the-sacred-tribe-limited-edition-commodore-64/
  23. 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.
  24. Hello There, I just had a quick inquiry.. I apologize if this is in the wrong spot. I am looking to see if anyone happens to have a copy of Parker Bros Version of Star Wars for the C64 (in cartridge as I think that was how it was only released by PB) I see ebay has a few here and there, and such .. but they usually gut you (imo only) for just the cartridge. I am ok if its not complete or anything. I just would like to have the cartridge to play on my C64/128 systems Any assistance would be grateful as I have tried to search for even shops that may have old C64 software, etc. to no avail. thank you everyone that reads this at least Sincerely: Wade P.S: I live in Canada so hopefully that isn't too much of a hassle
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