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  1. A much needed distraction today.
  2. Happy holidays everyone!
  3. Hello fellow Atari enthusiasts! I just started my retro gaming journey with a console I have loved since I was a kid. I decided that I would share my retro gaming experience with the world through my new YouTube channel. My first video is up and it is an unboxing of the 2600 Vader console and some games I have picked up so far. If you’re interested, please check it out. And constructive criticism is very welcomed. Thanks! Unboxing Atari 2600 Vader Console
  4. Hi Guys, Just wanted to let you know my new switch SHMUP, Horizon Shift '81 was just launched on the Switch eShop. It's basically a mix of all my favorite 80's arcade games squashed into one, to make something that hopefully feels a bit fresh. Here's the trailer: It's been reviewing surprisingly well so far too. Defunct just reviewed it and had this to say "This is one of the best shoot 'em ups available on the Nintendo Switch"! Here's his video review: I also knocked up an Atari 2600 version of Horizon Shift, you can grab the off my website www.flumpstudios.co.uk
  5. It’s obscure, it’s hard, it’s ... got a low chance of survival! It’s Sorcerer’s Kingdom.
  6. I think a doctor will need to surgically remove me from the place! Tonight at 8 PM ET.
  7. The title says it all!
  8. I think they were pricing it like it was loose, not complete!
  9. Anyone else going out to Classic Game Fest 2019 in Austin next week (July 27 & 28)? https://classicgamefest.com/ Rob and I will be there. In fact, we are going to have a booth this year as an indy game developer. We aren't selling anything, just showing our existing homebrew games to let people play them on real Atari 8-bit computer hardware and proper CRT monitors. We'll be demo'ing a few sneak peeks of things we've been working on too. Pretty cool stuff I think. And of course, more than anything else we'll be spreading the word about the amazingly active Atari 8-bit computer community and sharing info like how/where to get emulators, ROMs, classic games, new homebrews, and where to chat with others interested in this great hobby (like AtariAge.com of course !). Anyway, if you come out to Classic Game Fest next weekend, be sure to look for us... bitgod - "back in the good old days" -Eric
  10. A shrinkydink C64! https://youtu.be/sDoEAI8WGPI
  11. Amazon drop kicked it all the way to my door. Literally!
  12. Alright, so I broke my NES a couple of months ago (it's a long story) and I've been looking for a NES to play my games on and I found this thing on ebay for $25 (including shipping) and i said "what the heck i might as well check it out". After waiting about 4 days, it came into the mail today and I was pretty excited to see what a $25 NES would have in store. So In the box you get: 1. System 1. A/V Cable 1. Power Adapter 2. Controllers So I hook it up to my CRT and pop in Super Mario Bros and already there's a huge problem, it sounds like nesticle. Everything was in a different pitch and Sounded like Mario ate one too many mushrooms, after I was done with that vaporwave version of Super Mario Bros I decided to play some Ninja Gaiden 2 on the system and guess what? There was little to no difference between playing on an original NES and playing it on this NOAC system! After being happy my $25 NOAC system wasn't nesticle in a box I played every game I have in my collection and they all worked, except one and that was Ninja Gaiden 1. So out of all 8 of my games 6 work (seemingly) perfectly, 1 has bad sound and 1 doesn't work at all. The controllers are really above average. They're like if Nintendo made brand new NES controllers but rounded. Overall I give this system an 8/10. This system is a decent NOAC Clone System and it's perfect for someone who just started collecting for the NES but doesn't want to spend $60-$80+ for an original NES. even though it has poor sound quality on some games and May have some terrible compatibility issues it still gets the job done and plays most of the essentials. Basically its like McDonalds, its not the best but it gets the job done.
  13. Hey folks, Jason Messer here, Editor-in-Chief of Cheat Code Central and full-time retro lover! I have been on a quest for years to find just the right emulation front-end for my collection. After experimenting with just about every theme and program you can think of over the last decade, I set out to create my own that suited my needs. After discovering the perfect storm of EmulationStation and TMNTturtleguy’s comic theme while browsing YouTube a while back, I knew with some redesigning and coding, I could finally create the setup I’ve been looking for for so long. Below are a few screenshots from my redesign, which has been completely overhauled. As you can see, this puts more of an emphasis on the covers and art work of the games themselves, which I feel most themes lack. It was also important to me to accommodate all the different layouts you find in the varying systems. It’s been a huge source of frustration that most themes look really cool visually, but rarely pay attention to this detail and lack this basic concept covering all the possible art. If released, I’m planning to do as many layouts for consoles as I can, so everything is covered. The screenshots here feature the designs for the “basic” view (for those looking for a minimalist approach), the “detailed” view (for folks who just want a nice screenshot) and the “video” view (which has all the bells and whistles like cover art, video preview, cart scans, etc). It’s all tied together with more of an old, damaged comic book look to add to the nostalgia. The console screens have all been updated with new cover art and half-tone coloring, to give it a print feel. I have used some art from Maximus Arcade, which I still have to get approved before release. I have also included a snap of the Marvel-style video intro I’m working on. I welcome any feedback, as this is a labor of love and is the culmination of various front-end design ideas I've been toying with for the last 10+ years. I hope to make this my definitive front-end for the future, maybe even porting it to various platforms (if the community likes it). SPECIAL THANKS to TMNTturtleguy for creating a great base theme that I started with. He provided ALL his original files and made my life 100% easier! I really appreciate that, can’t thank him enough.
  14. Hi, I am happy to have this console, but wanna know if anybody tested hack that was present from 2017-2018. I not speak Japanese and not wanna brick console or sth. Just wanna know if there is possibility to reflash stock fw. Saw some videos on Twitch where Mupen64 was used, there is also possibility to use other emulators/cores. Link to GitHub page of project https://github.com/hissorii/retrofd Link to some blog posts http://blog.livedoor.jp/akira2005/ Nintendo 64 on Retro Freak https://www.twitch.tv/videos/169903803?filter=highlights&sort=time
  15. Another loose cart from my Genesis collection gets profiled on Genesis Does!
  16. The retro hunt returns tonight at 8 PM ET!
  17. Hi. My name is Rich and I have a small VR channel on YouTube. I invite you to see my retro console collection on YouTube. I'm about to get to 900subs and I'm doing something special.
  18. I freely admit this episode is all over the place.
  19. This game SHOULD have been fun and COULD have been fun... but it's not. 8 PM ET!!
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