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  1. Up for grabs is a pair of tested working Wico "The Boss" joysticks that will work with most db9 pin game systems including all pre 90s Atari consoles and Commodore 64/ Vic 20. Only selling as a set. Asking $34 shipped to anywhere in the US. If elsewhere you'll have to pay extra for shipping.
  2. There has been many threads and topics devoted to the colors of WinVice on a variety of forums; particularly for the NTSC region. The developers have certainly done tremendous work with the emulator and it is commendable. Even relatively recently, the following was performed respecting the video display: http://www.lemon64.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=596300#596300 It brought contrast and saturation to a default value of 1.250. It makes the current NTSC default display appear as follows: While indeed appreciated as a rather 'dull/muted' look is part of the issue with the way the NTSC display appears, there is another issue which was brought up previously that cannot be corrected properly through the video options offered via WinVice. The default red and blue ratios are not what many NTSC users experience. The worst and most evident being the amount of red applied to blue as noticed on the boot screen, but there are other issues as well. The testimony of many NTSC users on these boards as well as numerous online examples of the actual NTSC hardware running on official Commodore equipment (I.E. 1702) as well as other CRT displays makes this clearly evident: A shift of the tint value (More green/less red) will correct this (improperly) to a degree, but it also impacts the entire palette and will cause greys to look greenish as well as a slew of other undesired adjustments. Again, the main issue is red and blue ratio values, not something a tint/hue control can address the right way. So here is hopefully something to assist those NTSC users. This is not hand-picked or manually manipulated palette colors. Rather we take the default.vpl file values from WinVice and offer up the following comparison: Quickly looking over the chart especially the first three (Default, Default15, Default30) one may not notice much if any difference, but there is as we compare the various boot screens with the default and variety of ratio adjustments using the default user adjustable video option values of WinVice. *Note: All screen captures going forward are in the following order: default.vpl default15.vpl --> default30.vpl --> default15-15.vpl --> default30-30.vpl. Once an individual can figure approximately where their display falls in the spectrum, then other adjustments can be applied (Contrast, Brightness, Saturation, Tint). Here is what further difference the boot screen can appear with just contrast bumped up: You'll notice from the boot screen that the default15 and default15-15 does not appear to look different; ditto with the default30 and default 30-30. To truly notice the full range of what has changed and not changed (Or hardly changed) let's take two popular titles utilizing again the default user video option values: Bruce Lee G.I. Joe The differences from default and the four new default values should hopefully be much clearer. The issue (red/blue portions) is not unique to the C64 under the NTSC region. All three Atari systems (2600/5200/7800) and the NES (Both with vastly different ways of how their palettes are generated) experience a similar phenomenon. The only proper way to address it is with the option of modifying red, green, and blue ratio proportions, once a set of default values are obtained from the appropriate performed calculations. You'll notice that the percentage of 15% and 30% were utilized. Every 15% is where a very significant difference becomes apparent as highlighted in the captures. A higher percentage is possible but evidence of any online examples or personal experience of the ratios within a range greater than 30% is lacking. How to apply the different palettes: Copy the palette files to the C64 sub-folder found within the main folder where the main executable resides. (I.E. C:\WinVICE\C64) After copying the files you normally should be able to select them via the GUI interface: 'Settings' --> 'Video Settings' --> 'VICII Palette' tab. However, that appears not to work. An easy method is to just open the vice.ini file (Found in the main directory where the executable resides - i.e. C:\WinVICE) with Notepad and about a third of the way down you will find two lines: VICIIPaletteFile="default" VICIIExternalPalette=0 Change "default" to one of the new default files and change the 0 to 1. So for example if you wanted to try the "default15-15.vpl" file, the lines would be modified to: VICIIPaletteFile="default15-15" VICIIExternalPalette=1 Please make sure you save the file. Proceed then to launch WinVice and make whatever additional video changes you desire - contrast, brightness, saturation, etc. It would be wonderful to perhaps see these options/values incorporated and included in the WinVice distribution. To assist further and in aiding any who believe or desire to make manual adjustments to the default calculations here is the complete chart of palette values: Download the chart in Excel format here: CHARTDELTAS.zip Finally, the four new default palette files for WinVice can be downloaded here: WinVice_Default_Palettes_20131207.zip
  3. I'm back to cleaning out my storage and I have a couple of items to sell. Since I'm not equipped to ship out dozens of things at a time I will post them one at a time so I can stagger shipping. Up for sale today: Individual Computers Keyrah (8-bit US layout) $40 $35 shipped* Keyrah USB converter for Commodore computer keyboards (C64, C64C, C128, C16, VIC-20). See http://wiki.icomp.de/wiki/Keyrah for more information. Includes Keyrah (8-bit, US layout), internal USB cable, C64 ports plate (needed if using with C16 or VIC-20), original box, and documentation. * Shipping is included for continental US only. Others ask and I'll get a quote. Always interested in PS1, PS2, and PSP game trades. Thanks for looking! Previous (sold) items:
  4. Yep, Stuart K Reilly just released an Amiga review: It's a shame he never covered Lemmings.
  5. 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!
  6. ----------- EDIT: Thanks for all the sales so far, guys. I'm hoping to move a few more things in larger lots, so for the next while I'm running sale: Spend at least $100 (any combination of games, without shipping) and get 30% off. Any amount over between $100 and $200 gets 40% off. Any amount over $200 gets 50% off!!! e.g. you pick out $210 worth of games. You'll get $30 off for the first $100, $40 for the next $100, and $5 for the final $10, and have to only pay $135! Again, shipping costs are always extra of course. ----------- After a year long hiatus, I'm back to selling off much of my boxed 8-bit collection (as well as some Atari ST, Amiga, and classic PC games). At least the pandemic gave me some time to organize. Instead of listing everything here, I put together a Google Sites page with lots of pictures and suggested prices. https://sites.google.com/view/game-sale-list/home A few things: 1) Prices are in US dollars. They tend to be on the higher side for individual titles, but that's because I take into account the hassle of shipping out individual games. I'm always open to offers, but especially willing to move on price for multiple titles. 2) Shipping is extra. I'm in Canada, so shipping within Canada is preferred and likely cheaper too. Shipping to the US is usually not too bad, but shipping to Europe is expensive - be warned. 3) Payment by Paypal Gift/Friends&Family only please (or, if you're in Canada, e-transfer works too) 4) I will update the site as titles sell. I'll try to answer quickly to questions, but life is busy and it may be a day or so before I can reply. Hopefully less, but just so you know. Thanks for looking. Hoping to find some good new homes for these titles.
  7. Hi everyone. I'm putting together vintage computer and console related items which I hope to sell. Please click below to see the current items I'm listing. Items For Sale I'll be adding more as I test, and package the items. Thanks, John
  8. Hey guys, as you may well know, the fantastic Reset64 http://reset.cbm8bit.com/ threw a Commodore 64 4k game coding competition in which 37 entries were creating, and put forth for enjoyment, and scrutiny! Our Podcast, Pixel Gaiden, just released an episode in which we played and reviewed every single one! (unofficially of course) Please take time to check out the games themselves, as well as give our show a listen. You can find it wherever you currently listen to podcasts, or check the link below. Of course we would love it if you could like and subscribe as well! Thanks in advance! https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9waXhlbGdhaWRlbi5wb2RiZWFuLmNvbS9mZWVkLnhtbA/episode/cGl4ZWxnYWlkZW4ucG9kYmVhbi5jb20vMTYwZGNmYmItMzY1NS01M2NjLWFiOGUtZDE1OTdkMWFlOTc5 You can try all of the games yourself by going here... https://reset64-magazine.itch.io/2020-reset64-4kb-craptastic-game-compo
  9. What see is what you get. $10 or trade for 8bit atari, 7800 or Colecovision stuff.
  10. 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
  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. Need a working C64 PS. Shipping would be to 78640, or I can pick up in the Austin/San Antonio area. Thanks.
  13. Here we will have a look at the good old Commodore VIC-20: And here the same video in 3D:
  14. 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!
  15. NEVERMIND. Going to sell the 128... Admin please delete this thread.
  16. 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
  17. Hello to all, In a video on the YouTube channel of "8-bit show and tell" Glitch World In Commodore 64 Ninja - YouTube I discovered a floppy disk version of Ninja (Mastertronics) where the Atari and Commodore versions are on the same side of the disk. Floppy disks with Atari on one side and Commodore on the other side are very common. But I don't understand at all how to fit two versions for two very different computers on the same side of a floppy disk... Can someone explain to me how this is possible? I don't know anything about the Commodore floppy disk format, but I doubt that it is organized like the Atari one. Apart from the fact that they share the physical format 5"1/4 and 48 TPI, the rest must be very different, right? Or is it a common formatting that can be read on both? I'm really curious to know the answer. Thanks in advance,
  18. If anyone is looking for a nostalgic Amiga drinks coaster or two to brighten up a desk, game room, living room etc.. take a look at our Etsy shop: https://etsy.me/3fYeUVI just search Amiga on my shop listings.😊 all the best, Liam, Pixel Games
  19. RetroElectroDad

    Commodore SX-64

    From the album: RetroElectroDad Computer Collection

    Commodore SX-64, the first colour portable.
  20. 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]
  21. 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].com 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)
  22. Prices do not include shipping. SOLD! 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 SOLD! 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. SOLD! 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 SOLD! Vintage Pocket Computers SOLD! 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. SOLD! 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. SOLD! 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
  23. 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.
  24. 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
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