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  1. My UnoCart arrived yesterday! (Thanks @MacRorie!) The first thing I did was install a bunch of roms on an 8gb card and sort them into sub folders. I put the card in the cart and put the cart into my rev14 4 switch woody, fired it up and tested a few games. Pitfall II works great and I am also able to play the starpath Frogger. This thing is awesome! It’s like a RetroPi, but on original hardware! Best of both worlds! i am going to try out a few Homebrews next. How did I live without this thing before?
  2. Hi AtariAge, I just was recently introduced to Atari 2600 development and wanted to share a few things I came up with... BitQuest An adventure-type game with a fairly large over-world along with some randomly placed dungeons to explore. Fishy A simple two-player competition to collect points and power-ups NanoWing A random "don't crash into things" space type game. PotHole Basically, driving in New England. In any case, the games are attached and ready to go, along with some "labels" I made up. I'd also be happy to share any source code with anyone who's interested! Have fun and let me know what you think. Thanks for letting me join in the fun on AtariAge. bitquest.bin fishy.bin nanowing.bin pothole.bin
  3. Its time to announce the 2019 Harmony Games Tournament, Unlike the past HSC where the winner of of each round picks the game starting this this games used are the winners from the 2018 Atari Awards which was held by ZeroPage HomeBrew, AtariAge.com and The 2600 Homebrew Companion. the Following is the schedule of games: Aardvark (Best Work in Progress): starts March 11th at noon central ends April 2nd at 2:00pm central Miner 2049 (Best Game Hack) starts April 11th at noon central ends May 2nd at 2:00pm central Space Game (Best bB(batari Basic) Game) starts May 11th at noon central ends June 2nd at 2:00pm central Mappy (Best Homebrew Game,Programing,Technical Achievement ,Music and sound and Graphics) Starts June 11th at Noon Central Rnds on July 13th at 6:00pm Central Mappy will be used as well at Video Game Summit as well (which is July 13th and show ends at 6pm) All these games can be found in the 2018 Atari Awards post. will be posting the first HSC thread in while
  4. In this episode I discuss the homebrews nominated for this year's Atari Awards. After watching the video, please make sure and vote for your favorite homebrews, hacks, demos and more. Thanks!!
  5. After few years hiatus I'm happy to announce the restart of Harmony Games HSC. one small change though: instead of doing it here like before we moving it to our new forum at http://avconline.freeforums.net in the harmony games section (I'll post information there shortly how to sign up) Also we're going to use some new games games that been done lately instead doing some of the older ones.. the old harmony games page will be deleted as soon as the games start and new page will be added to the AVC Online Website (you need to register to post on forum, but you can view any topic or section)
  6. Hey guys, I just thought I would try to clear something up with you since the people in this forum probably know more than anyone about this subject. There has been some discussion lately within a certain group (I promised them that I would not say who) that are claiming some higher-profile programmer is working on a Resident Evil-type game for the 7800. I'm fully aware of the limitations of the system, but have heard this over and over again. Is it possible? I mean, we have games like Midnight Mutants and such, so maybe a Resident Evil is not too far off? What do you think? Have you heard anything about a project like this? I asked Al, and he hasn't heard about anyone attempting this. It would be cool just because of the title (like Halo 2600, and a well-made game I might add) What do you all think?
  7. Here are the winners for the Haromony Games: RainBow Invaders Steve Lucas: 109,280 won at VGS (harmony cart award certifate and a 25 e-cert to AVC News Stand to be e-mailed to him) Conquest of Mars Lidario (online winner) 70,080 (I will pm you asking for e-mail so I can e-mail you the award certificate and e-cert to news stand) SeaWeed Assault: Liduario(online winner)-80,340 (see above) Good games guys maybe next year I'll do this from AVC Online website only all season instead od one time)
  8. We've just added three new Atari 2600 homebrew games to the AtariAge Store! The new games are: Omicron Pinata Flappy More details below, as well as in the store: Omicron A team of four agents, each a specialist in one of the four elements - water, fire, air and earth - have been miniaturized to microscopic size in order to investigate a mysterious new virus that appears to be of alien origin. The virus mutates rapidly, mimicking each of the four elements. But something went horribly wrong, and contact with the team was lost. Now the virus threatens to grow out-of-control. You are the last hope to stop it. Having been miniaturized yourself, you now board the Omicron - a microscopic vessel designed specifically to counter the alien virus and stop it from spreading. Can you battle your way through each iteration of the virus and destroy the threat? Piñata Whatʼs your kind of game? Do you prefer action or arcade? One player or two player? Challenging or extra hard? With Piñata, you have it all! Piñata is a collection of five challenging games packed into a 32K cartridge. Each game in this collection is unique and will have you coming back for more! Select which game you want to play from the colorful main menu, where you can view your high scores for each game. The five games include in Piñata are Heartbreak, Ping, Joyride, Fixer Fenix, Sr., and Flipside. Heartbreak, Joyride, and Flipside include a two player competitive mode. Flappy If you thought flying to nowhere was hard...now they've placed perilous pipes in your path! In Flappy, your challenge is to attend to your avian ally at an altitude avoiding alloy aerial aqueducts. How far will you fare? Flappy is an Atari 2600 take on the popular (and somewhat infamous at this point) Flappy Bird game that first appeared on the iPhone. The game was unceremoniously removed from the App Store by its author, resulting in a large number of "copycat" games being released to capitalize on the sudden vacuum of the game's disappearance. You can read more about Flappy Bird's history over on Wikipedia. You can also read about Atari 2600 version of Flappy in the AtariAge Forums. How high can you score? And will you play "just one more time" to see if you can beat your previous best? But wait, there's more! While many classic gamers enjoy buying boxed copies of homebrew games when available, others don't care about the boxes and simply want to play homebrew games in cartridge form on their console. To that end, we've added "manual/cart" versions of several homebrews released in 2013 to the store. These copies are $20 less than their boxed equivalent, so if you've been holding off on some of these games because you didn't wan't to pay for a box, now's your chance to pick them up! Here's a list of the games you can now buy without a box: Blinky Goes Up (Atari 2600) Seaweed Assault (Atari 2600) Space Rocks (Atari 2600) Armor Attack II (Atari 7800) Frenzy (Atari 7800) Power Off! - $25 Boxed And finally, we've lowered the price of Power Off! to only $25, which includes a professionally offset printed box, manual and label! That is all... ...for now!
  9. The eighth and Final Round of the 2014 Harmony Games is Stay Frosty chosen by Oyamafamily Description: You were just chilling out at the North Pole, when a short-circuiting string of Christmas lights on Santa's barn set the reindeer dust on fire. Now magic fireballs are threatening to melt everything. It's up to you to put them out so you can keep your cool, however that's not an easy task for someone made of frozen water! This game was made part of the Atari Age Stella Stuffer cart in 2007, if you don't have the cart you can get the rom here (I know it can be played on via java version of stella, but I rather you use an emulator real hardware(via cart, or flash cart like harmony cart) this game was played on season 6 week 4 of the original HSC with Zero with the following settings (were using the same settings as well) Game Name: Stay Frosty Released By: Darrel Spice Jr, 2008 Left Difficulty: N / A Right Difficulty: N / A Game Mode: Default This round starts on July 21st at 3pm and ends on August 4th at 2pm CDT good luck Point scoring: top 10: 10 (for first) to 2(for tenth) 1 for everybody after 10 ***Bonus Point Challenge: Play the Demo Version of Stay Frosty 2, which has been released recently here: Top 5 scores will get bonus points according to the following example: 1) Player 1 - 15,000 - (+5) 2) Player 2 - 14,000 - (+4) 3) Player 3 - 12,000 - (+3) 4) Player 4 - 10,000 - (+2) 5) Player 5 - 8,500 - (+1) get 1 bonus point more for finishing the game( 7 lelvels) plus an addition point for doing without loosing a life (AKA perfect game) (if your playing in this round we ask you to take a video of the game for proof as this a special addition) **** post your scores here (ranks will posted at the AVC Online forum and on the harmony games web page (see signature)
  10. In my latest episode I discuss some of my favorite Atari 2600 Homebrews. I know there are A LOT of them, probably in the hundreds, but these are just some of them. I give all the credit in the world to the programmers who make these games, as I can't even imagine the amount of time and effort that goes into making the simplest games. I have a lot of ideas for games myself, but I lack the patience to do it! There are so many talented programmers out there, and I know that someday I'll have to do a followup. If you have any suggestions for homebrews that I missed, please let me know. Also, please don't forget to subscribe to my channel if you haven't already. Thank you.
  11. Looking to buy full CIB copies of any/all hacks, roms, and homebrews that had limited releases and are no longer availabe in the store CIB.
  12. I was wondering if anyone knew of anyway to put an atari rom on to a cartridge. I'm not looking for a flashcart or any emulation systems or programs. I have heard about things that you can plug a cartridge into and load it from a computer, if anyone has information about anything like this or anything else that would work please let me know.
  13. Hi Guys, I am pretty new to Intellivision. Thanks to some recent Craigslist scores, I now have an original Intellivision, two Intellivision 2's, 2 voice synths, and about 50 games. I am really enjoying the system so far and I'm having a blast with it! I feel like i've "clicked" with it much faster than with some other retro systems i've picked up. At any rate, though I have plenty of the regular library I need to enjoy still, I am interested in picking up some of the home-brew titles for the system. I know the AA store has a few. I also realize that a flash cart is in development but not quite available yet. That being said, i'd love to know if any of the following titles are available ANYWHERE other than ebay for like $150; which I cannot abide. -Christmas Carol -D2k Arcade -Space Patrol -Ms. Pac Man -Ms. Night Stalker -Donkey Kong Arcade -Stonix -Super Chef BT -Super Pro Tennis Any other good homebrews out there I am missing? Thanks, and if these are all out of print and unavailable I suppose I can wait for an SD cart Thanks!
  14. Hi guys, I'm new is this forum and I've searching around to find some homebrews for Genesis/MegaDrive but I had no success. Could anyone please help me?
  15. I know your most of you are wondering about the next harmony games for the 2600. we will be starting it next month. few new rules first: we will only be using homebrews this time around,(hacks might be accepted if its functional and graphical only(graphical won't be allowed,which means laserman 2k3 won't be included this year) also the first 5 rounds will be chosen by our top 5 players from last year,then it will go back to suggestions. we will still have two special rounds for Atarimania (in May)and VGS (in July). so with that said will the the top 5 players from last year post there games in this thread(I will start the game thread around april 14th) a round is 2 weeks for those who dont recall,but at times I might extend it. See you in April!!
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