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  1. Season greetings! The preparations for the first lustrum edition of our annual 'Atari Invasion' are in full swing: #5 is alive! The take-over of the HCC Commodore Club meeting has 'Systems with guides' as working title and as details are still under wraps -in fact they are so secret we do not even know them yet- all we know is that each invader will present his/her system of choice to the crowd. With new additions to the crew, we seem to have all bases covered. As every year, the museum rack and display cabinet will be present, filled with new/different content. The info-beamer presentation is being updated with new code and content. Support has been added for dynamic updates so we can add and update content during the invasion. Hopefully the cameras for the live stream and time-lapse will stay put during this event, we ordered some new stands to ensure they do. There will be games, demonstrations and lots of time for socializing. Want to join in on the fun as part of the crew, let us known. If you just want to take a look around, we will be in 'het Trefpunt' all day on February 15 2020. Doors open at 10.00 and close at 16.00. Hope to see you in Maarssen! The Atari Invasion team
  2. Hi Everyone, Just a reminder there's only two weeks left to register for GORF! I've been organising some Skype calls for GORF to go along with our two keynotes (the Microbee's Owen Hill and retro-gaming researcher Dr Melanie Slalwell) and assorted attendee presentations; so far we have: Atari 2600 game designer and Imagic co-founder Rob Fulop Commodore 64 music composer Jeroen Tel Softdisk and Commander Keen developer Lane Roathe Disk-cracker extraordinaire qkumba and Applesauce hardware developer John Morris Some of the attendee presentations proposed so far include sessions about the ZX Spectrum, Apple II and Commodore 64 For more information or to register, visit https://gorf.org.au
  3. VCF East 8.0 will be held on May 5 and 6, 2012 at the InfoAge Science Center in Wall, New Jersey. Keynote speakers will be: Dr. Thomas Kurtz, co-inventor of the BASIC programming language and Daniel Kottke, Apple employee #12. Two days of working(!) vintage computer exhibits, workshops, panel discussion, consignment table, book sale, door prizes and more! Sponsored by MARCH, the Mid-Atlantic Retro-Computing Hobbyists, http://midatlanticretro.org and VintageTech http://www.vintagetech.com/ For more information, visit http://www.vintage.org/2012/east/ Some photos of last year's event, http://www.vintagecomputer.net/vcf7/
  4. So, this week-end, the Pixel Anthology 2 will take place, at La Bazoge, near Le Mans. In France, indeed. Organized by the non-profit association Rétrotaku, it will host about 40 machines from every era, all playable, and will host games, guests and stuff. Why am I talking about this here? I am a member of Retrotaku, and so I though you might like to see what it's like to set up that kind of event. I'll be posting pictures and comments about the event, but also of the setup, the after, and the result of this adventure. First step was to decide the machines we will display, and to associate them with the televisions. All of our TVs are donations, and mreo than often, they came with no remote control. and on a lot of those late TV, there is a serious lack of buttons that allow us to switch on A/V. So it was important to sort out TV with no remote controls with consoel with SCART out that switched on the A/V, and console with composite output that didn't. And sole older SCART specs are finiscky with modern TV too so that had to be done. And also, printing posters and putting them on cardboard to indicate where the fun is going to take place, and pointing out things we had and things we don't so we know what's good or not. And all of this in a good, joyful atmosphere. Stay tuned!
  5. http://www.seattleretro.org/ Seattle Retro Gaming expo 2013, July 13th & 14th in in the Northwest Rooms at the Seattle Center Seattle Center 305 Harrison Street Seattle,WA 98109 Saturday 10AM -6PM Sunday 10AM - 5PM Pre-Registration gets you in an hour early.
  6. The European Atari Jaguar Festival, “ejagfest” in short, takes place on November 5th and 6th of this year in Kleinenbroich (between Düsseldorf and Mönchengladbach), Germany. We celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Atari 7800 which has been released 30 years ago in 1986. You will find more detailed information at the ejagfest.de website soon. If you plan to show something please write me a short email to “info at ejagfest.de”. You can find Flyer in printable resolution here. best regards, Björn
  7. I just got word from the fun ministers at Intv Prime that they have provided another sign-up sheet for Intellivision Day: http://go.pkg.cc/ipd2018 The idea of Intellivision Day is to get as many community members playing any one game in the Intellivision catalog for an hour, to celebrate the "birthday" of the console on December 3rd. No strings attached, just know that you are taking part in a community effort dedicated to (retro) video game fun. The sign-up sheet allows any one person to sign-up on a first come, first serve basis. If one person signs up for a game before you, just find another, to make sure we get coverage of every game. There are 10 "Independent" spots for people to sign-up for a game released in the last several years that is not part of the original 125. Let's do this!
  8. A new retro event is being started up at Wolverhampton Racecourse in May this year. I've just bought a weekend ticket for £20. It will be very much retro compared to that of the other UK events. http://www.revivalretroevents.com/ Anyone fancy going?
  9. Hi everyone, Next month on Saturday the 26th of October there will be a huge retro event in The Netherlands: RetroEvent What's happening there? A meetup of a lot of homebrew developers for various platforms, ranging from Atari VCS, Sinclair ZX Spectrum to Philips Videopac and ... Atari Lynx. Vendors from The Netherlands, Germany, Austria and the UK Special guests, such as Jeroen Tel and Boys without Brains A Retro machine museum There are going to be 3 large halls with the vendors, homebrew heroes and the museum. The event is held in Elst in The Netherlands, which is very close to Nijmegen, which again is very close to Oberhausen, Germany (as a reference) and it is also very doable from Belgium. I really think this is going to be a great event, organized by Martijn Wenting of Revival Studios fame. My aim is to get as many Atari Lynx developers there as well. If more than one (I'll be there) is going to show up, we can organize a meetup or something to learn, celebrate and whatever. Der Luchs is trying to be there, and I hope that more German Lynx devs and fans (108Stars, Sage, Matashen, Mathias, Bernd, GroovyBee, ...) will be able to make it. If you were ever able to go to JagFest in Bochum, this is only a short hour away from the Bochum location. So, please check if you can make it to this event. It should be really, really good fun. Check out the website yourself: http://www.retroevent.org. If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, go right ahead. Alex
  10. Plans are underway for this year's annual Atari Party, being held once again in Davis, California (near Sacramento, and a 2-ish hour drive from the greater San Francisco Bay Area & Silicon Valley) -- Atari Party 2016! We haven't picked a date yet, but I wanted to get a thread started here on Atari Age, in case anyone here on the forum is local*, and wants to help out at the show. It will be on a Saturday, from 12pm-5pm (with setup starting at 10am). Atari Party is a free event, open to the public. There's no selling/trading/vendors at the event (it's typically held at my local public library). I've held it every year since 2009 (a few times were in Sunnyvale), with great turnout from the general public -- not just Atari geeks. * Though admittedly, folks have been coming from as far as Oregon to help run (& exhibit at) the show, and it sounds like some will be doing so again this year!
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