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  1. Has anyone tried this 35 year old method for importing Commodore PET BASIC programs into an Apple ][ series? I am a little curious, but typing in 3.5 pages of assembly code bothers me a little these days. I suppose I could type in the code in some text editor and use a cross assembler to get a program that I can upload to the Apple e.g. through ADTPro, but still it is quite a lot of work compared to detokenizing a PET program and retokenize it with whichever Apple based tools there are, since a bit of rework is required anyway. http://www.atarimagazines.com/compute/issue8/3048_1_THE_APPLE_GAZETTE.php (click on the link to Archive.org to get the scanned paper with full listing)
  2. Oil's Well - a new PET game Ultra Invaders - Space Invaders adapted to work on older PETs as well as cheat menu Space Invaders MR NOP.zip Oils Well 2013 (Commodore PET).zip
  3. Revival Studios is proud to announce that they started development and publishing for the Commodore PET home computers. Their first release is a port of their game Avalanche. The game will be the first physical release in years for the aging computer system. Avalanche is a fun action game people can just pickup and play. The player has to shoot the various gems that are falling down from the top of the screen. The gems are marked with symbols and the player has to match up the symbol of his ship with the symbol on the gems. The game will automatically increase in speed, but by strategically shooting gems you can align up to 5 gems in a row to gain points as well as slowing down the game for prolonged gameplay. Game Features: - Available on Cassette Tape and as Free Digital Download - Works on the all PET computers (except PET-2001) - Fast, flicker free, arcade gameplay - Sound support You can see the game running on a real Commodore PET system at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5BSZTqwrWb0 The game is available on Cassette tape and as free digital download. For more information about this and other upcoming releases for the Commodore PET, including screenshots and packaging photos, visit: http://cbmpet.revival-studios.com/
  4. Hello A new Commodore PET game has been released. The game is a Space Invaders shoot 'em up with a few twists including disappearing barriers and a protective shield. Available for the PET 2001, 3008, 3016, 3032, 4016 and 4032 series. PET Download Link: http://cloud.cbm8bit.com/mr.nop/Spyders%20Commodore%20PET%20-%20Mr%20NOP.D64 (2001, 3008, 3016, 3032, 4016 and 4032 series PETs) Commodore 64 version C64 Download Link: http://tnd64.unikat.sk/f_s.html#SpydersC64 Spyders Commodore PET - Mr NOP.zip
  5. Hello Atariage, I'm writing to let you know that I've finished programming a website for the front end to the Gamebase database. This website (in theory) shows every game made for the Commodore PET (and coming this week, Vic-20 games). There are download links, and you can search alphabetically, by publisher, author. Deep search option soon to be implented. There's a possibility people can soon edit the entries and submit their own games too. www.commodoregamebase.com
  6. Likely spotted in a few TV shows / movies / videos I just noticed a CBM PET in the background of Pete Shelley "Homosapien" (1981) music video. http://youtu.be/2HwmO_GZfzI * I thought I recalled a topic of computers (perhaps consoles?) in movies / music/ tv but could not find it? I really tried, if a mod knows of it feel free to please move this post to that thread, THANKS.
  7. After stocking my Atari800XL with new RAM that I had for my C64, I went on a search for some cross-references to find out what other IC's would work as a drop in replacement. I've used several of these types in various C64's (NOT the C64C) with complete success. If you find any errors or additions, please let me know! The 4164 RAM IC has been shown to work in the following computers - ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Apple IIe Apple IIc (Early - Mid production) — late models with 4464 chips, do not work with 4164's Apple Macintosh 128k Atari800XL C64 - (Early - Mid production) — late models with 4464 chips, do not work with 4164's (C64C) C128 - (Early - Mid production) — late models with 4464 chips, do not work with 4164's C PET (Replaces 4116's) - See note at bottom for modification? COCO 2 - (Early - Mid production) — late models with 4464 chips, do not work with 4164's ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4164 64K x 1 DRAM Cross Reference: Fairchild - MB8264-15 Hitachi - HYB4164P2BD, HM4864 Micron - MT4264-25 Mitsubishi - M5K4164AP-15, M5K4164 ANP-10 Mostek - MK4564N-20 Motorola - MCM4164BP15, MCM6665BP20, MCM6665AP NEC - D4164C-2, D4164C-15, uPD 4164-1 Samsung - KM4164B-15 OKI - M3764A-15 Toshiba - TMS4164-15NL, TMS4164-20NL ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I also found some information on replacing 4116 RAM with 4164/4516 RAM. Here is the info from the C64 Wiki about replacing 4116 RAM with 4164 RAM (I'm not sure if the method is the same for the 4516 RAM): Some of the systems that use 4116 RAM are the Colecovision consoles, TI 99/4A computers, and some Williams arcade PCB's like - Defender, Joust, Robotron. How to use a 4164 chip instead the original 4116: Bend pin 1 und 8 upwards so they no longer go into the socket's connectors. Connect Pin 8 and 9 with one another through a short piece of wire. Make sure pin 1 and 8 are not in contact with any other components nearby. Insert the chip like this into the socket. If you need one of the 4164 chips, you can also use a 41256 instead. You have to solder a short piece of wire between pins 1 and 16 of that chip (these are the pins just left and right of the alignment notch on the chip). This mod will make the chip look just like a '64 chip to the system. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PLEASE make sure to check my notes before you purchase or install these RAM IC's. It's always good to make double - sure! I hope this list helps you find the RAM that you need!
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