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  1. Looking to buy box version of Supaplex for Commodore. If you have one for sale - let me know please. Also looking for IBM PC CD, not diskette, version.
  2. Various good stuff I'll be sad to part with, all items are loose and without retail packaging, suggested prices not including shipping, Nintendo Bioforce Ape prototype reproduction cartridge $40 Atari Telemach 200 joystick - import with IL arcade components, switch for Amiga compatibility $85 Vectrex Control panel $80 Minestorm overlay $30 Star Castle overlay $35 Original Lightpen with all three lightpen cartridges $160 Debuzz kit and Cap kit $40 .. I also have not pictured a never assembled Rolo's Vectrex controller .. I have the lightpen game manuals but I haven't decided to include them yet Spikes Circus and Vectrex Logo PCB reissues maybe for sale. Debris Revisited maybe for sale.
  3. I made a remark on this subject in the Status updates but these things move fast so I thought I'd try again here. Basically I got a desktop PC again but it's for work and most of my gaming is on Raspberry. I did fire up Retroarch recently just for kicks but then I was impressed by the shaders and had a closer look. Turns out that while most platforms are covered there are serious gaps such as Apple II or proper Amiga (the one included is poorly documented and requires some esoteric steps). There's also a few of the less popular machines such as TRS, Oric, TI-99 or BBC missing. So, I wonder what's the reason for that? None of the explanations proposed in the SU seem feasible to me: there are already cores which use keyboards and obviously it's not about performance since Retroarch does support demanding cores such as Dreamcast, latest MAME or N64. Is it all about popularity and total Nintendo/consoles dominance of the retro scene then? Even so, people added these other platforms to RetroPie which is perhaps less or equally popular as RA...
  4. I wanted to create a cable to connect my Amigas to my Atari SC1224 color monitor. I found a few forum posts on the issue: http://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?t=80003 http://www.atari-forum.com/viewtopic.php?t=30991 http://atariage.com/forums/topic/189852-how-to-find-a-good-amiga-500/ But nothing with the actual schematic. It should be straightforward, but the poster in the English Amiga Board post stated he was having problems, and someone suggested taping the CSYNC line instead. Anyway, I made a cable with a simple RGBHV and GND connection from the Amiga to the SC1224 and it works beautifully. I added audio too by tying left and right audio together and feeding them to pin 1 of the Atari monitor. Here is the schematic: And here are some results: I figured I would add this here for anyone else wondering if there is some weird magic to connecting an SC1224 to an Amiga. There isn't. The only surprise was that the original Amiga RGB video cable I tried to use as a donor does not carry HSYNC and VSYNC at all. I has to sacrifice an Amigakit RGB to SCART cable in the end too. So far at least though it works great and looks beautiful. Graham
  5. From the album: My Game Collection

    a 1988 Commodore 64C pc from my collection, the wedge shaped "Amiga" style
  6. selling my amiga a1000, comes with dataflyer 1000 and comrex joystick, can also add amiga 1080 or commodore 1084s monitorselling my amiga a1000, comes with dataflyer 1000 and comrex joystick, can also add amiga 1080 or commodore 1084s monitor
  7. Hello all, I really hope this is ok to post here. So I have a weekly retro review show where I cover multiple systems, my thought was to have a show thats easy watching, light hearted with lots of daft bits and jokes, I also wanted to set the scene by talking a little about the music, films and news of the time, just to get you in the mood somewhat. I have purposely made the show waffle free and as edit free as possible to make sure its substainable, so far I am pretty happy with the result. Anybody though who has ever attempted this knows how flippin hard it is at the start, YouTube only seems to push popular channels, so getting people to even get a chance to watch a show is just so blooming hard. The result is you often get 50 views when you release a show, its to be expected at the start but you tend to hit the odd bump where it starts to bother you as you spend more time making it than people spend actually watching So it feels like you need the odd kickstart and the only way to do that is to sell your soul and pimp it for all its worth , as I am sure a song once said "pimpn aint easy". So I would like to post my latest show here and would love your thoughts, comments and all that sort of stuff, I add little improvments all the time but any suggestions would also be great. Today I released a review of Makai Prince Dorabocchan also know as Kid Dracula for the PC Engine, I love the PC Engine so added a short sexy music section to get you in the mood for what turns out to be a pretty average platformer. I could also update this thread with my latest shows as I released them if thats considered acceptable?? Thanks Simon
  8. Hi! Here we have an Amiga 500 plus unit only (no PSU or mouse) in full working order. Battery was removed (by me) and cleaned up. Keyboard also stripped and cleaned. £139 plus postage and fees. (SOLD) Shipping approx (tracked and insured): UK - £14 US - 38 CAN - 37 Europe - please ask. Pics here: http://www.amigapassion.co.uk/amiga-500-plus/ Any questions by all means ask. Looking forward to being part of this forum, as in fact I had an Atari 520STFM before the Amiga for 3 days, I will save that story for another day! But yes I do own an Atari 1024 ST :-)
  9. Papa

    SegAmiga OutRun

    From the album: Custom Arcade

    This cabinet houses a 4 core and 7 windows ago PC for emulators (Amiga Forever, NES, and Mega Drive currently) and games like SF4! It has Sega 6-button pad PCBs wired to arcade controls and a USB converter. It also has a Japanese Sega Master System!

    © Jay "Papa" Caraway 2015

  10. Famously bad joystick for sale or trade. I'm not sure the value so I'm looking for offers. There are a few for sale on non-U.S. ebay in $60-$100 range, with high shipping costs. I'm not actually sure of the function of this joystick either and could use some direction on that. I can only test that it is partially functional on 2600.
  11. okay, I saw this Amiga lightgun by actionware on ebay. It's still live: http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-Commodore-Amiga-Actionware-Light-Gun-Gray-Phaser-/272807926381?hash=item3f849e9a6d:g:NrAAAOSwutpZlGZK The gun looks exactly the same as my xg-1 lightgun. It even looks like there is red left from a peeled Atari sticker. Also, note the insane price (dunno... seller may just be delirious). I read somewhere that Actionware often repurposed and resold nintendo zappers with their lightgun games. I haven't seen evidence of this, but it sure as heck looks like that is what they did with the xg1 here. Now I'm wondering if the xg1 works on the Amiga and C64 or if there is some mod done to the guns. I have a c64 and I love lightgun games so having it work on another computer would be a plus. I'm also thinking... heck... maybe I should just do the mod and sell my xg1 for 120 bucks on ebay lol (okay not really but there may be others that might want to).
  12. On the Retro Hour podcast this week, they are visited by Scottish musician Barry Leitch. Fast forward to about 30 minutes into the podcast if you only care about that part. Among the interesting bits Barry talks about, he mentions that when he moved to the US, he was given Amigas from people who didn't know what to do with them, some kind of strange combination of a computer that is both rare and obscure at the same time. http://www.theretrohour.com/the-retro-hour-episode-23-lotus-2-and-top-gear-with-barry-leitch/
  13. For sale Commodore 1701 Commodore 1702a Commodore 75bm13 Commodore cm141 Commodore 1902A Commodore 1084 Commodore 1084s Amiga 1080 Magnavox rgb80 Magnavox Professional Zenith zvm-123 Atari SM124
  14. The bitmap brothers in action with XENON II They are one of the biggest heroes of the 16-bit gamescene on atari st/amiga (and then snes) in those time with XENON, SPEEDBALL, XENON II, CADAVER, GODS, CHAOS ENGINE, Z etc. and now they are collecting money for a book about the bitmap brothers. You can see preview on the kickstarter site. Time to support them and bring the bitmap brothers to print. Make it possible on kickstarter! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/darrenwall/the-bitmap-brothers-universe > The book cover: You don't know them? than it is time to jump into their fantastic worlds: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Bitmap_Brothers
  15. Top 10 AMIGA games. Well, certainly such lists are subjective and I am not saying all or any were exclusives, indeed some may have been better or more popular elsewhere but my fond memories of them originated on AMIGA so simply I will name 10 games that I highly enjoyed going back to those may years ago when I had original Amiga hardware. I will go with - 1. Lemmings 2. Stunt car Racer 3. SkidMarks 4. Turrican 5. The Chaos Engine 6. Battle Squadron 7. Zany Golf 8. Zenon II Megablast 9. The Secret of Monkey Island 10. Flashback To be clear, this was literally the first things that sprang to mind off the top of my head and could likely change dramatically from moment to moment and I could literally think of dozens if not hundreds more and that is not even including various PD / Shareware / Demos and well if I am honest tons and tons of pirated titles I traded for back in the day. Was such a wonderful platform.
  16. Obsoleted in my systems. Works perfectly. Short listing as I will be heading out of town next week and will not be able to ship after Tuesday. eBay Auction -- Item Number: 122402101557 Sold, thanks
  17. From the album: Amiga 30

    At least I am pretty certain no one else was videoing. Once the monitor issue is sorted, we discover the AA prototype has indeed booted to Workbench, and Peter Cherna runs us through the presentation he gave at Orlando DevCon of the AA chipset, including HAM (hold-and-modify) in a window (the "256,000 color" demo,) attached screens, various pointers and gadgets, and so on. Absolutely wonderful! Peter also comments how Commodore did not allow for prototypes to be placed in production cases, but he ignored the rule to build this machine. (Video is in 320x240... get over it.)

    © Attribution required -- contact for information

  18. Papa

    SegAmiga cabinet

    From the album: Custom Arcade

    This cabinet used to house an Amiga 2500 with special wired keyboard to allow for the front panel to use the space bar and the left and right amiga keys. It has since been equipped with a powerful PC and a Japanese Sega Master System. It uses a VGA adapter and USB converted Sega 6-button pad PCBs!!

    © Jay "Papa" Caraway 2015

  19. Being a Commodore freak this game will be mine when it arrives: http://blog.eu.plays...-coming-to-ps4/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kirF5SplD60
  20. Hi folks, my first post on this venerable forum. My teenage self from ~3 decades ago would probably be dismayed by knowing I've joined something with "Atari" in its name - I was a die hard ZX Spectrum/Commodore fan - but hey, times, they're a-changin' Anyway, I was wondering if anybody else here has experience with using CRT TVs for emulated micros. I'm using mostly libretro versions of assorted emus (Retropie on RPi 3B+) and it's a bit puzzling getting the display right - I'm confined to composite (I also do have an RGB mod but no compatible TV at the moment), and also to add to the problem, it's a NTSC set. I'm not 100% sure what are correct resolutions to use in the configs. I'm aiming for 1:1 pixels and artifact-free display - so far using these... Atari 800 - 640x480- native libretro setting: this looks pretty good actually Amstrad: 768x544 - it works fairly well despite being bigger than RPi 720x480 output, the border is sacrificed C64: lr-vice same as Amstrad: 768x544. Seems ok. ZX Spectrum: 640x480: this resolution kicks in when I disable border (to get rid of heavy NTSC artifacting) While these look reasonably good, they do not really match the resolutions from real machines I read about, eg C64 displaying 402x292 (or 320x200 with no border) http://codebase64.org/doku.php?id=base:visible_area Could this be improved somehow? Or are these really real resolutions? Is there any sort of way to display these without problems on NTSC as well? Games are either too fast in NTSC or jerky in PAL, plus on some micros the colours are out of whack. Even though some of the emus have option for NTSC machines.
  21. From the album: RetroElectroDad Game Collection

    Wing Commander for the Amiga.

    © Trevor Briscoe

  22. From the album: RetroElectroDad Game Collection

    Moonstone for the Commodore Amiga. I loved this game but at the time only had a buggy pirated copy. Now I have a real copy!

    © Trevor Briscoe

  23. From the album: RetroElectroDad Computer Collection

    The machine I upgraded to from my beloved 8-bit Atari. The Commodore Amiga A500.

    © Trevor Briscoe

  24. Anyone else looking forward to learning more about this upcoming plug in play? Seems pretty cool to bring classic PC gaming into the livingroom. I, for one, am looking forward to see what all they do with this as the YouTubers Amigos Retro Gaming have speculated that other platforms (such as Amiga, Amstrad, ZX Spectrum, etc.) could be represented. Thoughts?
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