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  1. Be sure to check out the 3DO controller that has no pass through for a player two, and an unnecessary battery compartment with no leads!
  2. If you didn't already know, the Retro Programming - Vectrex Academy 2021 course offered by Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Peer Johannsen through Pforzheim University (Hochschule Pforzheim) is well underway. Some students have posted work that could benefit from testing and your feedback. Below is the comment posted on by Peer on Vector Forums along with the link to the 2021 project gallery page. Make all replies to either the direct reply email link available on each project page, or by "Vectrex Academy 2021" post thread on Vector Forums. "Greetings everyone, here are the latest news of the Vectrex Academy 2021: All the projects are on track. Some have already reached what I would call a very early alpha status, which is quite amazing considering the fact that, just 7 weeks ago, none of the students had even heard of a Vectrex before. Two of the students are brave enough to have their alpha candidates already put out to the public for some very early alpha testing Alpha test binaries of projects "Frog Jump" and "Racetrex" are available for download by means of the gallery page. There are also links on the project pages for playing the games in Dr. Snuggles' online emulator in your web browser. It would be really really great if some of you guys out there find the time to take a look and try these games and voice your opinions and some early feedback here on the forum. This would be quite rewarding for the students and a great help for them while continuing their work on the projects. Many Cheers, Peer" Vectrex Academy 2021 Project Gallery Page: http://eitidaten.fh-pforzheim.de/daten/mitarbeiter/johannsen/vectrex_2021/gallery/vectrex_gallery_2021.htm Vector Gaming Forum thread about the 2021 projects General Information: https://vectorgaming.proboards.com/thread/2544/vectrex-academy-2021 Vectrex Academy 2021 Homepage: http://eitidaten.fh-pforzheim.de/daten/mitarbeiter/johannsen/vectrex_2-021/vectrex_academy_2021.htm
  3. What a way to kick off the latest round of the Retro Swap Box!
  4. Greetings folks, Just an FYI for anyone looking for reprinted out of print programming books to try Lulu.com I have used Lulu before but this time I found a book I have been desperately looking for years. I have been wanting the Compute! published books Programming the 64 and Programming the Vic by West and was able to find the 64 on Ebay, but the Vic one appears to some rare air to find. I love West's two books for the C64 and Vic and have been wanting them for many years. I even went as far to email libraries in Texas once I found out they had the Vic book to offer them to buy it, however all of them could not sell the book to me.. I visited lulu and it looks like someone just recently uploaded the PDF and Lulu has made Programming the Vic for reproduction. I am just passing this on to anyone who may be looking for this awesome Vic 20 book! The printing is done well and it is the same size of the 64 original one and the binding is excellent. I also bought another copy (I have the original) of the Butterfields Machine Language for the C64, 128 expanded editions. The Butterflied book is printed much smaller but still looks good, I was surprised they went with the small size when it should be the same size of the West book. In any case I am not connected to Lulu and do not make any money or get anything from them.. I just wanted to pass on a place for anyone who was looking for these tough to find books and do not mind a reprint. The books were very reasonable priced. I put a few screenshots here for anyone who might be interested. I hope anyone who is interested in Assembly Commodore programming can find this knowledge useful for them. If anyone here is looking for these
  5. Hello everyone, having just joined the forum I have a plea... 🙂 I'm good friends with Blazers and am a fellow CD-I collector. I'm looking for your help if that's possible please.... calling anyone on here who lives in or near Charlotte, N.C. - as on Facebook Marketplace there is a seller who has 3 portable CD-I 370's for sale @ $220.00 each and I would very much like to buy one of them!! I'd definitely recommend this machine too for anyone who wants to start their own CD-I collection, as the player is one of the very few that has a CR2032 replacement battery for the CD-I's memory. If you are able to help me buy one of these players, I'd happily pay you extra for your help 🙂 Here is a link to the Marketplace article: https://m.facebook.com/marketplace/item/425081761735382/ . I really appreciate your help and time, and look forward to hearing back (I'll check back tomorrow) 🙂 Best wishes, Al
  6. How many games can YOU get for $25... that you don't already have?
  7. I visit Ben's Game Zone in Ralston, Nebraska tonight at 8 PM ET!
  8. Thank you to everyone who is helping me get to 1K!
  9. It’s obscure, it’s hard, it’s ... got a low chance of survival! It’s Sorcerer’s Kingdom.
  10. Amazon drop kicked it all the way to my door. Literally!
  11. Another loose cart from my Genesis collection gets profiled on Genesis Does!
  12. The retro hunt returns tonight at 8 PM ET!
  13. I'm not sure why they went with classic Mega Man instead of X, but I played Mega Man 7 to make it appropriate.
  14. How protected are your valuable games? Jason from Trade-N-Games offers some frank insight.
  15. Three Drunktesting Amigos ride again!
  16. rubixcube

    Survival

    From the album: Survival

    Survival is a simple yet addictive retro style game based on games from the 70s. Objective: Eat enemies The same size or smaller than you while avoiding the bigger enemies. As you eat you will grow. Score big to level up! Each level gets a bit faster. There are 4 difficulty levels: Easy, Medium, Hard and Insane. How long will you survive? Available on Ouya, and Google Play. https://play.google....androidsurvival
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