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  1. Hello everyone! To celebrate the end of the year (and there are reasons to be happy this year in particular), we have decided not only to release a special edition of RED, but also to organize a small competition to give you a chance to win a unique edition of the alpha version of RED on a physical cartridge! This alpha version will never be released elsewhere, not even digitally.. So how does this competition work? Well it's fairly simple: Download RED - Green Edition from this devlog post or the main itch.io page and play it on your Lynx or in your favourite emulator. Finish the game: The goal is to finish with as least deaths as possible. This version has 24 levels only but you will die a lot eventually. Note that compared to the jam, this GREEN version features slightly modified graphics, bug fixes, and faster loading/transition between levels. Winner Once you are satisfied with a run, report your final score along with the validation code to this thread on AtariAge. Note that you can update your entry if needed. The winner will be the player with the least amount of deaths. In case of identical scores, the first poster will be the winner. End of the competition The competition ends on Sunday, the 17th of January, Pacific Time. I will reach out to the winner and send him the latest version of RED, on a physical cartridge with a certificate of authenticity. Enjoy and a Happy New Year! Alex
  2. Please use this post only for final entry submissions. You may enter as many programs as you want. Please do not post comments here! Rules Games should be programmed in either TI BASIC or any version of Extended Basic currently available. Maximum total length of the program cannot exceed 10 lines, including DATA statements Disk or other storage access is NOT allowed. You must only use the facilities available within TI BASIC or the particular XB cartridge you chose. Entry format: Programs should be submitted as a disk image for ease of access by all. Make sure to state the running environment (TI BASIC, TIXB, RXB etc...). Also include the name or AA handle you wish to use for credit. Submission deadline: July 31st, 2019 midnight GMT Judging: A public poll will be created on this forum with all the eligible entries at the end of the contest, separated into 2 categories: TI BASIC and Extended Basic. The winning entry in each category will be the one with the highest number of votes. Prizes: 1x NIB Atari Flashback Blast! Volume 1 and 1x NIB Activision Flashback Blast! (winners will decide who gets what among themselves). Most of all, have fun!!!
  3. 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
  4. http://youtu.be/7N0NNHMMeA8 Metal Jesus & Drunken Master Paul are joined by the Immortal John Hancock (swlovinst on AtariAge) for an epic battle of wits, skill and the ability to hold their liquor as they play some of the best and worst games ever made. The biggest loser gets the Trophy of Shame. This will not end well...
  5. Metal Jesus invites his podcast buddies Gamester81 & Jason Heine over to the Game Room in Seattle to play some bad games and learn to twerk, all while trying to avoid the dreaded Trophy of Shame! Drunken Master Paul puts on his best monkey suit & cheap sunglasses to host the event. What bad games should we play in the future?
  6. If any of you missed SvOlli's post, there is a 512 byte demo competition at the Nordlicht DemoParty this year. I have been working on an entry for the past couple weeks, and it is very close to being finished. The original plan was to have colorful dots slowly raining down the screen with some peaceful sounding music, but I needed something a little more interesting, so I added text as well. As of now, there is no music, but I have 45 bytes of ROM left to work with, plus plenty of unused bits from another table. I will do my best to add a 2-voice soundtrack, and if I have a few bytes leftover, I will try to fix the "R" character. (That might give you a hint to how I am doing the character graphics). I am posting the current .bin here, but I won't be posting any source code until after the contest is over. Any feedback is appreciated! If you have a PAL system and a Harmony cart, please test it out for me, since I don't have a PAL setup. I specifically am curious about whether or not the top of the kernel is aligned properly. demo2018.bin
  7. Hi. A new creative programming challenge has launched that should be within the reach of most here. Only 10 lines of TI BASIC or Extended Basic (any flavor)! Details here: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/291836-official-10-liner-program-competition-thread/ Looking forward to what we can come up with!
  8. http://youtu.be/RDGoSGu_kAo Pete Dorr, Gamester81, Jason Heine & Metal Jesus from the All Gen Gamers podcast battle for gaming bragging rights while trying to avoid receiving the dreaded Trophy of Shame this week on I Hate U. Drunken Master Paul puts on his best monkey suit & cheap sunglasses to MC the event. Enjoy the silliness!
  9. Hello! BITS presents the fine demostration BITS 0060 sine waves, raster graphics equalizer, big vertical scroll, little bouncing scroll, waving sprites, bars graphic equalizer, sine dots. Download: http://thebitsclub.tripod.com/demo/BITS0060-ST-20140611.ZIP Goodbye, BITS Visit: http://thebitsclub.tripod.com/index.html
  10. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jfobm3BZ9Xc Metal Jesus once again breaks out his unjustified wrath against the completely innocent Drunken Master Paul in a classic bait and switch I Hate U episode. A double serving of hate gravy for DMP as he is punished further for his last Hate failure and then for his incredible gaming prowess. Beer, Balls and Boy Bands; the hate just keeps on a comin'.
  11. I just recently started playing centipede on MAME using a trackball and figured I would check around and see if anyone else was still playing this and what kinda scores people are getting. I think i'm doing alright and improving quickly so though maybe a bit of friendly competition would be fun. Post your high scores here if you're interested or feel free to share some tips if you have any. My current high score is 53,500
  12. I came across this site today https://gkanold.wixsite.com/homeputerium/kopie-von-basic-10liners-2019. I know we've done a similar contest in the past, but it allowed for DATA statements. It would be fun to launch a new contest for games programmed with only 10 lines of XB and nothing else and see what we can come up with. Any interest? We could submit them to the 2020 entries.
  13. Planetvb is hosting a Virtual Boy coding competition. The compo will run from Sept 1st until Dec 31st 2013. The winner will get their project released on 20 physical cartridges, complete-in-box. The VB has been extremely well documented. You can find everything you want to know about the hardware over at planetvb. There also exists code examples, tutorials, documentation, a coding environment, and more. Developers can use emulation to work on their projects. I am sure planetvb members would be happy to test on actual hardware using their Flash Boy linkers. The Virtual Boy is a really fun system to use and has a lot of potential. All it needs are some creative coders to release some new games and applications for the system. For more info: http://www.planetvb.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=373 *News borrowed from the Neo Flash off-topic forum and posted here by permission.
  14. Recently I got hold of a batch of Atari games from my uncle in the US, one of those turned out to be Atlantis II! That actually quite surprised me, such a rare game in such an unusual place. Anyway, I want the game to end up in the hands of a caring collector so I put it on eBay. This way everybody gets a fair chance to win the item. Click to go to the eBay ad eBay Auction -- Item Number: 281990017109 ! There are pictures showing the weight of the cart, bare PCB and the game plugged in an Atari. It was quite a hassle to convince the whiners ( ) over at the Atari 2600 section of AtariAge that this was real, you can read through the whole topic via this link.
  15. I Hate U Episode 6 starring our friend from the old Sierra On-Line days: Beau. We play good & bad games while trying to avoid the dreaded Trophy of Shame. The games we play are: NFS Hot Pursuit 2 (PS2) Dead or Alive Xtreme Beach Volleyball (Xbox) Mars Matrix (Dreamcast) A steering wheel, bouncy boobs & the N-Gage?! This will not end well...
  16. Hey guys, I'm starting a friendly competition. If you don't have the game you can play the computer version. Just make sure it's the same as the rest of us play. Rules 1. When you are done post your score, pictures would be great but they are not required. 2. No unnecessary posts (Fighting, double posts, spamming, etc.) 3. Once you enter a score you can not try for a higher one and then post it. 4. Go by the time duration of the posts. 5. Feel free to make some recommendations of the titles we will play in the future. 6. Play fair & have fun! Game: Video Pinball Game Select #: 01 Difficulty: A on the left switch Time Duration: Now to July 3rd.
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