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  1. I am looking for good info on hacking the C64 DTV into a proper working Commodore 64 system. Ten or more years later, a lot of the old links with necessary diagrams, firmware and instructions are dead. I have owned the original joystick model for years and recently found a Hummer Offroad plug and play game in a local thrift. The Hummer game seems like a good candidate to modify, as the game-play itself isn't great and I seem to remember it being a revised version of the original Jeri Ellsworth design. What I am wanting to do, at minimum, is to solder on a ps/2 keyboard port and a serial port to use with a real 1541 floppy drive.
  2. Vasco

    Lost Party 2020

    After many questions and requests we've decided to introduce new coding compo for the 8 bit Atari: "Illegal is legal". To take part in the compo your entry needs to meet some requirements: - they may only use illegal opcodes, - they should switch OFF the OS in the very beginning, - they should work on every Atari machine located within 320 km from Licheń Stary, - they don't use addresses such as $d200-1f, $d301, $d640-$d65f, $d740-$d75f etc. [polish text: grab the teddy bear xxl]
  3. Today I was brave and after viewing tons of safety videos and obtaining 'overkill' protection (funny word for working on CRTs), I recapped my entire Commodore 1702 monitor. It sat for over a year but I still had gloves and boots, discharged, etc. I have more to do, but before I plug in for smoke tests, I hope to share pics and discuss some potential weak points. When I got the 1702 in a lot sale, it 'worked' but I heard some scary periodic power arcing and turned it off. There was a small burning smell and I waited about a year, thinking something fried. In that time, I learned the basic mechanics of a CRT, and opened my 1702 today. After recapping, my paper plate of old caps had leaking liquid but it is hard to determine which one(s) were the culprits. I hope all caps being replaced will fix any previous problems. I air sprayed the mainboard and all daughter boards and then washed all with Electronics cleaner. I will likely isoprop any white residue the cleaner left and hope to get this back up and running. *Interestingly, Commodore made an error on the silkscreen on some 1702s at capacitor C101 (like mine) as documented by Console5: https://console5.com/store/commodore-1702-cap-kit.html and their wiki: https://console5.com/wiki/Commodore_1702 where I printed my checklist and maps from. All PCBs look like the business end is only on the bottom. Questions: Should I replace anything other than the caps? Voltage regulators? What caused the arcing before? bad caps? The power switch is solid. Should I RGB mod? Replace the power cord to one with a ground? I will do a multi-meter continuity test on all fuses. Also, I may have cracked or lifted three traces/pads so advice on my repair plans is appreciated: Mainboard Problems: C201 (10uF 16v)- Negative pad lifting C204 (3.3uF 50v) - Bipolar (BP) lifting on one leg C603 (10uF 50v) - lifting pad Power Board: C905 (100uF 25v) - NOTE the red patch wire is for visual reference and can be desoldered easily. Also, I will not plug it back in the wall until I am certain all is well (and it is sealed up!) In some of these intended fixes, the plan is to use a wire if the path between points may contact unintended places. Otherwise, for a straight shot, I like the remaining clipped capacitor legs. Note I have yet to clip the legs on the spots in question so I have visual aid when finishing. Also, how precise should I consider gauge size when I use such short wire runs? My guess is the power board may matter more in this thinking. I do hope this project will fix the arcing issues (please don't be a tube problem itself), and restore this 1702 to day one original glory!
  4. Hello friends, I've got a new project that I'm going to be working on and I wanted to get the word out. I am a big fan of the arcade game Gauntlet: ...and who wouldn't be, its big, its beautiful, and its fun for up to 4 players! Hands down, the single best port of this arcade classic is Tengen's Gauntlet IV for the SEGA Genesis/MegaDrive: With a title like Gauntlet IV, one would assume that this is a sequel of some sort, which could never be as good as the original, but that's where you're wrong. Gauntlet IV has 4 modes of play, 1 being a pixel-perfect port of the arcade classic (including 4-player support), then a few other variants with some cool RPG and battle elements. As I recently picked up a MIB complete copy of this game (replacing my previous cartridge only version), I started playing it again, and realized that a Genesis control pad just doesn't do it justice. So with my new found skills at creating arcade-like controllers I had the idea of creating a proper joystick controller to further my enjoyment of this game. After a bit of research regarding the original controls hardware used in the arcade cabinets, I realized that the linchpin to this endeavor would be to source an original Atari logo'ed ball-knob, 8-way leafswitch joystick, like this one (most of these pics "borrowed" from the internet): So for a little while now I've been on the hunt for one of these little beauties on ebay and over at the Arcade Forums. There were a few variants of this general/similar style of stick by Atari, including analog/digital, leafswitch/microswitch, and 4-way/8-way, but I need a very specific model, only used in a handful of Atari arcade games. Most of those on ebay are of the the wrong type (in 1 way or another), beat up pretty bad, or just really high priced. But last night, I was finally able to strike a deal for exactly what I was looking for, the only caveat being, was that the seller was selling a set of (4) of these controllers, not the "single one" that I needed. But we worked out a "decent" per-stick price for the overall package, so now I am patiently waiting for my (4) slightly used Atari logo'ed ball-knob, 8-way leafswitch joysticks. I will basically have 3 options of what to do with the extra 3 joysticks: 1) resell the unneeded 3 joysticks as arcade replacement parts 2) create and keep 4 Gauntlet Edition - VVG Experience Controllers 3) create 4, and sell 2 or 3 Gauntlet Edition - VVG Experience Controllers If I had 3 local friends that played video games with any regularity/proficiency, I would consider option 2, but that's not the case for me unfortunately (my friends suck). If there is interest from anybody here for such a creation (besides me obviously), some combination of options 3 & 1 are possible. If no one has any interest, then option 1 is my best bet. With all that being said, this will basically end up being built as a SEGA Genesis/MegaDrive 3-button arcade stick, with the arcade-correct Gauntlet joystick and pushbuttons. So why would I ever post this here, for this reason: Team Pixelboy's published, MSX conversion of Gauntlet for the ColecoVision, so it technically falls into the ColecoVision realm! Fortunately this port doesn't require the keypad, and with a little bit of wiring trickery by me, I will be able to make what will be a 3-button SEGA Genesis/MegaDrive controller, also work as a 2-button ColecoVision controller for this fine port. And obviously while this controller will be able to be used for any system and/or game that can make use of a SEGA Genesis/MegaDrive 3-button controller, I'm touting that this will be the ultimate controller for the following Gauntlet-esque games: Dandy - the original that started it all as an Atari Program Exchange game, which inspired the Gauntlet arcade franchise: available on: Atari 8-Bit / Commodore 64 / Amstrad CPC Dark Chambers - Atari's "commercial" release of Dandy: available on: Atari 2600 / 8-Bit / 7800 Gauntlet - home port: available on: Amstrad CPC / Atari ST / Commodore 64 / SEGA Master System / ColecoVision Gauntlet II - home port: available on: Amstrad CPC / Atari ST / Commodore 64 Gauntlet III - home game: available on: Amstrad CPC / Atari ST / Commodore 64 Gauntlet IV - home port/game available on: SEGA Genesis/MegaDrive (as noted above) Additionally I believe that it may be possible to to allow this controller to also work with the Nintendo NES ports of Gauntlet and Gauntlet II as well (in addition to all NES games), more info on this to come. So while right now I have no fabulous pictures of a completed example to show off, I'm just looking to see if there is any interest, from anybody here for such a controller. No matter what anybody else thinks/feels regarding this project, I will be building 1 for myself. The main reason I bring this up here, is mainly due to the fact that I had to purchase 4 of the Atari joysticks, to get the 1 that I needed/wanted. As they are fairly expensive and hard to come by, I would hate to re-sell all 3 joysticks, then have one or more people speak up asking to buy this controller (that I wouldn't be able to build). On the other hand if there is no interest here at all for such a thing, I would probably list the joysticks for sale sooner-than-later to recoup their cost. At this point I don't have a firm selling price, or time-frame. I can only estimate that the finished Gauntlet Edition - VVG Experience Contollers would sell for somewhere in the $300-$400 range, and could be ready as soon as late January, or after. So again, I don't need any sort of "firm commitment" or "down-payment" money at this time (and obviously final decision to purchase would be after the 1st one is built so that you could see what it will be like), I'm just checking to see if knowing all of this info, if there is any interest. As I deal with ColecoVision hardware more than anything else, and there is a ColecoVision port of Gauntlet, I thought I would offer the "idea" of these here first before checking Sega/Atari collectors for their interest. Last note, due to the limited availability of the vintage Atari Joysticks, I can't say that any more than these potential 4 could/would ever be made. If a group of buyers "speak" up with interest in this project, and all agreed they would like to see these limited to only 4 total examples ever built, I'd be fine with that too. So just a little food for thought, and I look forward to any thought/comments/feedback. Thanks.
  5. Hi everyone, I'have VIC20 that I bought in 80's. During this days I tried to turn on it, after 20 years well-deserved rest. If I try to lauch a game, I don't hear any sound, except like "pc speacker". Reading the manual, I found POKE comand, so If I try to digit POKE 36878,15 (volume max) and than POKE 36874,222 or 36875,222 or 36876,222 I don't hear any sound (with the tv audio volume set to max), but with 36877,222 I hear a noise like "pc speacker" Also, only once, the VIC20 connected to TV via RF modulator, the screen became grey color e it began to flicker, so I tried to connect the VIC via scart cable e TV said "no signal". Now this trouble never appereance again. I would to replace the MOS 6561-101, but I want to learn your opinion first or any suggestion is much appreciated. Thanks
  6. What see is what you get. $10 or trade for 8bit atari, 7800 or Colecovision stuff.
  7. NEVERMIND. Going to sell the 128... Admin please delete this thread.
  8. RetroElectroDad

    Commodore SX-64

    From the album: RetroElectroDad Computer Collection

    Commodore SX-64, the first colour portable.
  9. Here we will have a look at the good old Commodore VIC-20: And here the same video in 3D:
  10. Need a working C64 PS. Shipping would be to 78640, or I can pick up in the Austin/San Antonio area. Thanks.
  11. Controller board for the 1581. Tested and working. $70 or best offer. eBay shipping to US and Canada, only, but open to other countries if contacted. eBay Auction -- Item Number: 122962109588
  12. Hi all, Just to let you know, I've done a video of me attempting to play the insanely mad, Phantom Attack, on the Commodore Vic 20. Please leave a comment and tell me what you think or share your memories of this game. Steve. Video: http://Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A_KYHT55ywA
  13. Hello all, I just posted some Ebay auctions - one for a Jaguar Alien vs. Predator boxed. It comes with everything except the marine overlay. eBay Auction -- Item Number: 120923686145 I also have a couple of nice C64 disk drives for auction. One is a Commodore brand 1541-II, the other is a Blue Chip drive. eBay Auction -- Item Number: 120923929693 eBay Auction -- Item Number: 120923710115 There's no reserve - bidding starts at $0.01. Thanks for looking!
  14. Prices do not include shipping. Vic20 Lot (Non-working Console, 14 Boxed Games, Unused printer) - $150 The console doesn't appear to be fully working. The red light turns on and I get a flicker in the video signal but no other activity. Boxed Cartridges (untested since I don't have a working console): Cosmic cruncher, Jupiter Lander, Mole Attack, Number Nabber/Shape Grabber, Omega Race, Pinball Spectacular, Raid On Ford Knox, Road Race, Seawolf, Speed / Bingo Math, Super Alien And what appears to be two copies of: The Sky Is Falling, Vic Avenger and Radar Ratrace Commodore MPS-801 Printer APPEARS TO BE UNUSED! I got this in trade along with my C128 but I don't need it and am including it with this lot. The box is falling apart but can be included or left out at the buyers request. I wasn't told that it was unused but it appears to be as far as I can tell and is further evidenced by the tag pictured below attached to a tube that is meant to be removed before use. Pentium Pro server parts $100 I believe these came from a Compaq Proliant server I used to have. I have no way to test them but I believe they were working when removed. 3 Pentium Pro processors (two SL22z 512K and one STB32 256K) 8 32MB EDO memory sticks (compaq part # 228468-001) 6 Processor Voltage Regulators Vintage Pocket Computers Compaq 2015C C-Series Pocket Computer (Complete in box!) $10 This was my wife's computer, bought new and barely used. When I checked it out it looks like one of the hinge covers has cracked so the lid doesn't stay in place. I saved the other half in a ziplock back inside the box so it can be repaired. Doesn't boot off batter but that may be due to dead button cell battery (usually Cr2032). It does boot on AC. Compaq Aero 2180 (Complete in box) $20 I bought this brand new around 1999 when I was working for Compaq and got a deal good enough to make me upgrade from my Palm Pilot. It was the first color pocket computer of this form factor if I believe. This was the deluxe top of the line package that included a spare battery, largest storage capacity, and charging base with spare battery charging port. I used the pretty regularly and even used it as a music player storing MP3 on a CompactFlash. I charged both batteries and was able to boot to the setup screen from battery. Sharp CE-125 $40 I got this in trade a while back and haven't used it much so I can't speak much on its functions. I was able to test powering it on and running a few simple basic commands. Boxed Atari 7800 Baseball (no manual) and Chiplifter! (with manual) $9 For more pictures see my previous sale thread: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/262562-choplifter-and-realsports-baseball-for-7800-boxed-12 Star Wars Toys $14 Jabba Glob and Chocolate Empire figures VHS Tapes $13 Just a couple I still have hanging around that I thought might be of interest here. Blade Runner Director's Cut, Ghost In The Shell (English dubbed), Pink Floyd The Wall, Stargate, Highlander 10th Anniversary Director's Cut, Highlander 2 Renegade Version Samsonite Palm Pilot Case $5 Brand new, never used, still with store tag. Travelstar 8E external hard drive (untested) $7 Apple II or Apple Macintosh "Open Me Third" folder with decals, Registration Card, Warranty card, etc. $10 SOLD -Atari 2600 Game Lot $29 Boxed with manual: Amidar & Moon Patrol Manual & Cart: Chopper Command, Donkey Kong, Super Challenge Baseball Loose Games: Battlezone, Bowling, Centipede, Combat, Football, Keystone Kapers, Ms. Pac-Man, Pitfall, Starmaster, Super Challenge Football, Tennis
  15. Oil's Well - a new PET game Ultra Invaders - Space Invaders adapted to work on older PETs as well as cheat menu Space Invaders MR NOP.zip Oils Well 2013 (Commodore PET).zip
  16. Revival Studios is proud to announce that they started development and publishing for the Commodore PET home computers. Their first release is a port of their game Avalanche. The game will be the first physical release in years for the aging computer system. Avalanche is a fun action game people can just pickup and play. The player has to shoot the various gems that are falling down from the top of the screen. The gems are marked with symbols and the player has to match up the symbol of his ship with the symbol on the gems. The game will automatically increase in speed, but by strategically shooting gems you can align up to 5 gems in a row to gain points as well as slowing down the game for prolonged gameplay. Game Features: - Available on Cassette Tape and as Free Digital Download - Works on the all PET computers (except PET-2001) - Fast, flicker free, arcade gameplay - Sound support You can see the game running on a real Commodore PET system at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5BSZTqwrWb0 The game is available on Cassette tape and as free digital download. For more information about this and other upcoming releases for the Commodore PET, including screenshots and packaging photos, visit: http://cbmpet.revival-studios.com/
  17. I'm forwarding this on behalf of the SRCS admin because I think some people here could find this interesting. Come one, come all, to the Seattle Retro-Computing Society's regular monthly meeting! It will be held Saturday, August 25th from 11:30 AM to 5:00 PM. Do you do any of the following with old computers? Will you be near Seattle on Saturday? + Use, collect, and/or restore them + Play games on them + Write programs for them + Develop new hardware for them + Help other people do any of the above If your answer was "yes," then the SRCS is for you! We exist so you can show off your awesome stuff, bounce ideas off of fellow enthusiasts, and be inspired by one another's achievements, plans and aspirations. No idea is too big or too small, and we're not picky about what flavor of vintage machine you prefer! Come on down and tell us about it! The meetings are graciously hosted by the Living Computer Museum, which is gradually fitting out a computer museum in Seattle's SODO neighborhood. There will be refreshments, a Buy-Sell-Free-Trade table, and enough table space & power to set up anything you may want to show off! For further details, please see our web page at http://www.seattleretrocomputing.com/ and our mailing list at http://groups.google...attle-retrocomp . Hope to see you there! Gordon "gsteemso" Steemson SRCS agitator-in-chief
  18. Recently, one of my coworkers gave me this diamond in the rough. I thought it would be neat to try to clean it up and see if it was still working.
  19. Will Start Adding Pics That Paint Picture Of Magnitude Of Product I Have....Give Me A Bit - Thanks!! Hi, I am new to this site and bought a massive collection of games recently, roughly (6k-7k games)...I've sold a lot but have a bunch more to help with growing collections....I've never sold on here before but I wanna start and my buddy said it's a great place to do it...I know what the games are worth but would always prefer offer first for any purchases you'd like to make that I have that you may need...I am very fair and been selling things a long time so I always tend to come to a fair middle ground whenever selling items in good faith that people will come back and tell others as well...Thanks For Your Interest And Don't Hesitate To Ask Questions Or Make Requests....And As Far As Trades Go, I Am Only Really Open To Rare Games I Can Sell Quickly That Are Equal In Value I’m Giving Up, Atari 5200 4-Port Video Switch Box, ColecoVision Power Adapter & Empty Game Boxes I Could Use TO Complete Some Games **Lots Of My New Games Are In Gradable Top Notch Collector Condition** Items I have available include The Following (Also Have Some Consoles, Controllers, Manuals & Accessories Available).... Atari 2600 Games - Cartridge Only, Cartridge w/ Manual, Complete In Box & New In Box Atari 5200 Games - Cartridge Only, Cartridge w/ Manual, Cartridge w/ Manual & Overlays, Complete In Box & New In Box Atari 7800 Games - Cartridge Only, Cartridge w/ Manual, Complete In Box & New In Box Intellivision Games - Cartridge Only, Cartridge w/ Manual & Overlays, Complete In Box & New In Box ColecoVision - Cartridge Only, Cartridge & Manual, Cartridge w/ Manual & Overlays, Complete In Box & New In Box Commodore 64 - Cartridge Only, Cassette Only, Cartridge & Manual, Complete In Box (Cartridge, Cassette & Floppy Disc) & New In Box (Cartridge) Commodore Vic-20 - Cartridge Only, Cassette Only, Cartridge & Manual, Complete In Box (Cartridge & Cassette) & New In Box (Cassette) Sears Tele-games (Atari 2600) - Cartridge Only, Cartridge w/ Manual & Complete In Box Sears Super Video Arcade (Intellivision) - Complete In Box & New In Box ...... And Of Course Other Consoles As Well (Also Sell Old Toys, Figures & Board Games) But Figure I Would Stay With Classic 80's Cartridge Games As Far As Details **One Last Thing...I Don't Have A List Because I Haven't Had Time And There Is Just Way To Many, But Odds Are I Will Always Have Something You Probably Need** My Personal Contact Info: Name: Andre (Dre) Number: 401-954-3295 Email: [email protected] Etsy Storefront URL (Overhauling Storefront This Coming Week): https://www.etsy.com/shop/TimelessToyStore?ref=hdr_shop_menu **Try To Sell Through Etsy Because I Can Give Better Deals - They Only Take 3%, We Come To Agreement Of What You Want And I Set Up Custom Sale For You - No PayPal Either..You Can Pay Direct With Card To Avoid Even More Fees - Which Means Better Prices** Ebay User ID/Name: TimelessToyStore Location: Rhode Island, USA (In Case Your Near Me And Local Pick Up Is Possible Or You Wanna Check Out Items In Person)
  20. EDIT: ALL GONE. THANKS! EDIT: LOWER PRICES Hello all, I have the following items for sale. Shipping will be extra and at cost and I use priority mail in the US. PM me if you want anything, and thanks for looking. [Atari 2600] Boxed and Signed Stunt Cycle from Philly Classic 3 #10/50 BEST OFFER ON HOLD [XBox One] Halo 5 sealed $20 SOLD [Vectrex] Vectopia complete $20 SOLD -------- Everything below is NOW $4 Each -------- [Atari 2600] Slik Stik Joystick Slik Stik Joystick Wico Command Controller [Commodore 64] Access The LipStik Plus Headset - Voice Activated Fire Button Suncom Animation Station Graphics Tablet (untested, was working when last used) Commodore 1530 C2N Datasette Tape Drive (untested, was working when last used) SOLD [sega Genesis] Sega Four Player Multi-tap [Atari 5200] Atari Trackball (non working) Most of the buttons work, but the trackball itself, while moving fine, doesn't send any data to the console. SOLD [Amiga] 520 TV Adapter SOLD Master 3A1 3rd Party External Floppy Drive (presumed not working, the light came on but my Amiga 2000 could not see the drive last time I checked) SOLD [Xbox 360] Akai Katana (complete) - US version SOLD DoDonPachi SaiDaiOuJou (complete) - Japan Version but region free SOLD
  21. I used Google to translate the text to the obscure German game "F**k commodore" Does anyone here speak German? There are a few sentences below that don't make sense. Original german is on the left hand side. Google translated text on the right. druecke start um das spiel zu beginnen press start to begin the game wollen sie eine anleitung do you want instructions? sie sind ein einsamer ATARI-besitzer you are a lonely atari-owners auf der reise on a journey und weit weit von zu hause entfernt and far far away from home ploetzlich erfahren sie, suddenly you learn that dass eine commodore-gang ihre a commodore gang has atari kammeraden gefangen genommen haben captured your atari gear versuchen sie die kameraden try to free your comrades zu befreien ohne dabei ihr leben zu verlieren without losing your life viel glueck good luck ----------------------------------------------------------------------- sie stehen mitten im urwald. you are in the middle of a jungle man hat ihnen mitgeteilt, we told you dass hier in der naehe that here in the vinity der commdore-unter-schlupf sein muss of the commodore under slip must be? sie sehen einen mann you see a man mit einem commodore t-shirt with a commodore T-shirt sie haben eine pistole you have a pistol und einen knueppel in der hand and a stick in your hand A mann erschiessen shoot the man B mann erknueppeln hit the man with a stick C das wc aufsuchen visit the wc (toilet) A die kugel ist viel zu schade a bullet is too good fuer einen commdore besitzer. for a commodore owner. sie sind tot (druecke start) they are dead (press start) B eine sehr gute entscheidung a very good decision C hier ist weit und breit kein wc! here is far and wide no toilet! sie sind tot und ausserdem schwul! they are dead and also gay! (druecke start) (press start) ----------------------------------------------------------------------- sie sehen hinter einen baum you see behind a tree eine 16jaehrige, a 16 year old, die auf einem commdore spielt playing on a commodore A 16jaehrige voegeln shag the 16-year-old B ein fuck van achteren aft a fuck van? C nichts wei weg... get the hell out? A leider hatte sie kraetze, unfortunately she had scabies, aids, pest usw usw... aids, plague, etc, etc... sie sind tot. (druecke start) they are dead. (press start) B schwein!! sie sind tot. pig! they are dead (druecke start) (press start) C das war knapp a narrow escape ----------------------------------------------------------------------- als sie weitergehen entdecken as you go sie ein grosses gebaeude discover a large building A) gebaeude betreten A) building access B) vorbeigehen B) go past it C) schweine fuettern C) pigs fuettern? A) sie betreten das gebaeude you will enter the building B) sie sind vorbeigegangen und sind tot. they have passed and are dead (warum nicht?) (druecke start) (why not?) (press start) C) sie wollten die they wanted the commodore-user fuettern. commdore-user fuettern. dabei sterben sie an pest! while they die of fever! (druecke start) (press start) ----------------------------------------------------------------------- sie sehen ein gitter. You see a grid. daneben steht ein commdore-computer. here is a commodore computer auf dem bildschirm steht: on the screen is: insert password insert password A) 'apfel' eingeben A) enter "apples" B) umkehren B) go back C) computer zertreten C) stomp on the computer A) das war zu hoch fuer den that was too high for the computer under stuerzt ab! computer under crashes! (uebrigens sind sie tot) (by the way they are dead) (druecke start) (press start) B) als sie umkehren wollen faellt ihnen when they want to reverse them der halleysche komet auf den kopf. falls halley's comet on the head (druecke start) (press start) C) das ist die einzige sprache This is the only language die commodore-computer verstehen the commodore computer understands! ----------------------------------------------------------------------- sie stehen in der grossen eingangs halle. they are located in the large entrance hall. In welche richtung wollen sie gehen in which direction do you want to go A) Richtung forschungszentrum A) direction of research center B) richtung C 128-raum B) direction of C 128 room C) richtung C 64-spiele raum C) direction of C-64 games room A) als sie das forschungszentrum as they enter the research center betreten erblicken sie ein paar bekloppte they see a few batty trying 2 kloetze to ask ????? die versuchen 2 kloetze so zu stellen dass sie nicht umfallen. so they do not fall over. ploetzlich bekommen sie einen klotz suddenly they get a chunk auf den kopf und sind tot. of the head and are dead (druecke start) (press start) B) leider gibt es keinen C128 raum. unfortunately, there is no C128 room fuer sowas lohnt sich kaum ein eimer! for something hardly worth a bucket! -> tot (druecke start) -> dead (press start) C) als sie den C 64 spiele raum in the C64 games room betreten sehen sie nichts you do not see anything ----------------------------------------------------------------------- A) licht anmachen A) turn on the light B) sekretaerin anmachen B) turn on the secretary C) licht anschalten C) turn on the lights A) als sie das licht anmachen kommt when they turn on the light der freund des lichts is the friend of light und schlaegt sie tot and beats them to death (druecke start) (press start) B) ooooh, mann du voegelst oh, man you do shagging sie so lange bis du stirbst! until you die! (druecke start) (press start) C) das licht is nun an the light is now on ----------------------------------------------------------------------- im lichtschein erkennen sie schreckliches. in the light you recognize terrible. es stehen 5 C-64 im raum! There are 5 C64s in the room! Einer ist angeschaltet. One is connected. es besteht die moeglichkeit there is a possibility WINTER GAMES III zu spielen. to play WINTER GAMES III A) computer lieben A) computer love? B) aus dem fenster springen B) jump out the window C) winter game III speilen C) play WINTER GAMES III A) ich glaube sie spielen das spiel I think they play the game nicht mit dem noetigen ernst! not with the necessary seriousness! sie sind tot. they are dead. (druecke start) (press start) B) Bravo-sie sind genau auf bravo they jumped einen amiga gesprungen exactly one amiga? C) bis sie die 1.disziplin geladen until they have loaded the first discipline haben sterben sie an altersschwaeche. they die of senility (druecke start) (press start) ----------------------------------------------------------------------- sie sind genau in den C 128 raum gesprungen. You are exactly in the C128 room jump sie sehen 2 moebeltraeger die gerade einen You will see 2 furniture remover C 128 ins zimmer tragen. of the just a C 128 in the room. was tun? what to do? A) moebeltraeger ein bein stellen A) mobeltraeger hiring leg B) moebeltraeger anschwulen B) mobeltraeger look at C) lego spielen C) play with legos A) als die moebeltraeger stolpern stumble as the moebeltraeger them faellt ihnen der c128 auf den kopf. falls the c128 on the head. sie sind tot (druecke start) they are dead (press start) B) als sie die moebeltraeger anschwulen as you look at the furniture remover sind diese so begeistert, so enthusiastically, dass sie den C 128 fallen lassen. the cases fall? sehr gut! very good! aufgrund des aufpralls der kiste stuerzt due to the impact of the cases falling, das ganeze gebauede zusammmen. wooowww.. the whole building collapses C) happo-happo-happo... (druecke start) Happo happo happo....(press start) ----------------------------------------------------------------------- sie haben es geschafft! they did it! Ihre ATARI-kameraden stehen vor ihnen your atari-mates stand before them VICTORY CODE: Bitte einsenden an please send to Lyoner Str.38 6000 Frankfurt 71 Fortzsetzungen folgen demnaescht sequels will follow soon DIE SUCHE NACH SUMMER GAMES II und ATARI 8-BIT BEST FUCK THE REST Demnaechst auf ihren bildschirm soon on your screen (druecke start) (press start)
  22. Looking for a Commodore 1581 drive.
  23. Hey guys, I'm new here, but I recently saved a load of stuff from the garbage. A lot of this stuff I have no idea on the value, so I'm posting it here in hopes that people will find it interesting and make fair offers. I don't expect to get "ebay prices", I'd just like this to go to people who will enjoy it. Pictures are below. I realize most of them are inadequate, so if you'd like to see something in more detail, let me know and I'll post more pictures! I ship from Provo, UT. Local pickup is totally acceptable! Not pictured: 7x 1541 Commodore disk drives. Probably not worth their shipping weight, but if you can think of something let me know!
  24. What Is It? Hayesduino is an Arduino sketch that provides a bridge between the world of the Internet and small devices that do not have built-in ethernet capabilities. Old computers, such as the Commodore 64, Apple II and Atari 800 have serial ports, but do not have readily available Internet solutions with wide software support. While specialized solutions do exist for these platforms, they all require specialized software to use them and do not lend themselves to more general usage such as simply opening a socket, sending some data, and/or receiving some data. Hayesduino bridges this gap by emulating a Hayes compatible modem. This allows users to initiate Internet communications via sockets that are opened by "dialing" to a hostname and port. An example would be initiating a telnet session with a host by simply typing atdt hostname:23 and waiting for the host to respond. Using this technique, any online socket can be reached and communicated with. Hayesduino could have accomplished this without emulating a modem, but there needed to be a good way to allow the small machine to receive incoming connections. The three platforms listed above were all very popular systems for hosting BBS (bulletin board systems) which would accept calls over a telephone line via modem. Hayesduino simulates the incoming phone call whenever the software receives an inbound connection on port 23 (this is changeable in the code). When an incoming connection is detected, the Hayesduino will toggle the DCE-DCD line to trigger the remote software to answer the incoming "call". In this way a classic BBS can be hooked up directly to the Internet. http://hayesduino.codeplex.com
  25. 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.
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