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  1. 2018 ATARI AWARDS WINNERS! BEST WIP HOMEBREW: Aardvark by Oscar Toledo Gutiérrez aka nanochess, Thomas Jentzsch (coding), Nathan Strum (graphics) BEST DEMO: Alpha Cucks by Dentifrice BEST PACKAGING: Mappy by John W. Champeau aka johnnywc of Champ Games, packaging by Nathan Strum BEST GAME HACK: Miner 2049er Faster (Miner 2049er hack) by Thomas Jentzsch (speed up hack), OmegaMatrix (reset bug fix), and doctorclu (sprite hack) BEST PROGRAMMING: Mappy by John W. Champeau aka johnnywc of Champ Games and Thomas Jentzsch TECHNICAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD: Mappy by John Champeau: Player and Enemy anti-flicker code BEST MUSIC & SOUND: Mappy by Mike Haas aka iesposta and Darrell Spice Jr. BEST GRAPHICS: Mappy by John W. Champeau aka johnnywc of Champ Games & Nathan Strum BEST BATARI BASIC (bB) HOMEBREW: Space Game (bB) by Karl Garrison aka Karl G & Maggie Vogel BEST HOMEBREW: Mappy by John W. Champeau aka johnnywc of Champ Games YOUR FEEDBACK: CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE WINNERS AND NOMINEES! Here are the results of yesterday's 2018 Atari Awards! There were so many amazing games released in 2018 and we were so happy to honour all the hard work that the developers put into the games, demos and hacks. Thank you to Brian Matherne and Albert Yarusso for co-sponsoring the event and to everyone who watched the show live yesterday on our Twitch channel! Also I want to thank my co-presenters Darcy, Aerlan and Tanya and also Corey who ran the audio/video mixer during the show! We would love to hear YOUR thoughts on the Awards show!! - What did you think of the categories? (more? less? separate some? consolidate some?) - What did you think of the results? - What did you think of the voting process? - What did you think of the nomination results? - What did you think of the awards presentation? - Other thoughts?
  2. As a way to gather feedback for future versions of the Blast! products, and to not muddy up the other threads, I wanted to start a dedicated topic for the Blast! family of products. While this year the focus for these low-cost products is on the mainstream market and fun for the average consumer/families versus something that specifically meets the needs of the retro gaming crowd, we hope to incorporate more features in the future that will appeal to that group at the same low price point. While we want to hear even the obvious stuff that we're already targeting for the future (perfect emulation, increased resolution and sharpness, etc.), we also want to hear any of the less obvious feedback. So let it fly! Also, please use this as an opportunity to discuss the current products, even though again, we realize they're not being targeted to the retro gaming crowd for this year. The official Website is here: https://blast.atgames.net/ (includes manuals and game lists) The current Blast! products announced so far (https://blast.atgames.net/blast_family): Bandai Namco Flashback Blast! Bandai Namco Flashback Blast! (Walmart exclusive) Atari Flashback Blast! vol. 1 Atari Flashback Blast! vol. 2 Atari Flashback Blast! vol. 3 (Walmart exclusive) Activision Flashback Blast! Player 2 Blast! Controller
  3. My first transaction with AtariAge'r ACML went flawlessly and he was communicative throughout the process. He has my recommendation, and I look forward to any future purchases from him! --Tim
  4. Bought a small lot of TI-99/4a carts from him. Great communicator, quick shipper, carts arrived in excellent shape. Would gladly do business with again!
  5. He gave me a fantastic deal on an Intellivision lot, a great way to start my collection for the system! The communication was great, it was packaged very well and arrived fast! Would highly recommend!
  6. v666 - a totally honest and helpful guy who went out of his way to seek out some games for me in the dusty warehouses of Mexico! Many thanks! Tom
  7. Bought a NGPC and some games from him. Shipped quickly and the items arrived working and in good condition. Great communications as well. Thanks much!
  8. Was a pleasure doing business with Keith (Mephitblue). He was very responsive to PMs, sent payment quickly, and was an all around affable guy. Enjoy the joysticks!
  9. I had a great purchasing experience from Chris (Rhomaios). I bought 2 7800 joysticks and 1 2600 joystick from him. He responded to my IMs quickly, gave me a couple options on packaging, and sent the joysticks out the day after I sent payment. After receiving the joysticks I tested them out and all three were in good working order. I would be glad to do business with Chris again! Keith
  10. Hello, I have just finished up my first game using Batari basic. This game is very minimal because my knowledge is minimal. I'm looking for feedback on what I should add or if there is anything to fix. I added the .bas so you can mess with the code if you want. I plan to have this put on a cartridge when it's polished up. Thanks in advance. tiefighter.bas tiefighter.bas.bin
  11. Jimmy's a great guy to deal with. I bought a nice-quality bootleg MVS game off him for a fair price. Package showed up super quick and Thanks man!
  12. I just completed a flawless transaction with Sek. He purchased a Turbo Gfx console and some games from me. He made fast payment and communicated well throughout the transaction. I would not hesitate to sell to him, or buy from him, again. Great member of AA.
  13. +1 for ColecoGamer He bought an Atari Jaguar system bundle off me. Decently sized purchase that went very smooth. Great communication. He also gave me references from 4 previous purchases here on AA. I just happen to be the first creating his feedback thread. AA user zetastrike confirmed a smooth transaction as well.
  14. Hi there, in the course of developing WUDSN IDE, I came across the question how I could include a proper hex editor for real editing. The one that ships with the IDE is rather a file analysis tool for the different Atari formats. So I found a open source project that offered such an editor as additional plugin that could fit well. Yet the project was a bit outdated and needed more structure and cross-platform support. So I decided to contribute and now the first updated version is available. http://sourceforge.net/projects/javahexeditor A Java based hex editor. Available as stand-alone application on multiple platforms and as Eclipse plugin. Support for very large files. Hex, ASCII and Unicode find. Overwrite/insert modes. Binary and text cut/copy/paste. Undo/redo. For now, there is a stand-alone executable for Linux and Windows 32/64 bit. Eclipse plugin is about to follow. I'd be happy to get some feedback / bug reports.
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