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  1. I'm after any reasonably priced good or better condition Hit Squad games for the C64. I'm open to Spectrum or Amstrad versions also. Or any other system as long as it is a Hit Squad I'd be interested. Also have an interest in Atlantis , Players and Hi-Tec games also... Feel free to email me a list of what you have and what you want. Thanks
  2. From the album: RetroElectroDad Computer Collection

    A tricked-out Sinclair ZX Spectrum with interface 1 and 2 and a couple of micro drives running Jetpac from a cartridge.

    © Trevor Briscoe.

  3. From the album: RetroElectroDad Computer Collection

    Sinclair ZX Spectrum running Lords of Midnight.

    © Trevor Briscoe

  4. From the album: Uh, retro stuff

  5. Spectrum audio from After Burner Nt Mini (@Great Hierophant at FPGA Based Videogame System thread). Software (Windows): - foobar2000 - foobar2000 VST Wrapper plugin - Voxengo SPAN

    © http://atariage.com/forums/topic/242970-fpga-based-videogame-system/page-384#entry3985849

  6. Would love to pick up a Zed-Ex Spectrum 48k or 128k personal computer. It needn't have been modified to work on NTSC TVs as I have an LCD projector that can successfully process the PAL signal. Having the box with it would be a bonus that I'd be willing to pay a bit extra for, but I'll settle for just the system itself if someone has one. Very curious about this system since it's such a popular and still-common system in the Euro-zone. PM if you have one that you're willing to sell for a reasonable price, or if you're looking for something in trade, I might have something you'd be interested in as well. Thanks!
  7. Spectrum audio from After Burner JSMS (@Great Hierophant at FPGA Based Videogame System thread). Software (Windows): - foobar2000 - foobar2000 VST Wrapper plugin - Voxengo SPAN

    © http://atariage.com/forums/topic/242970-fpga-based-videogame-system/page-384#entry3985849

  8. Hi folks, my first post on this venerable forum. My teenage self from ~3 decades ago would probably be dismayed by knowing I've joined something with "Atari" in its name - I was a die hard ZX Spectrum/Commodore fan - but hey, times, they're a-changin' Anyway, I was wondering if anybody else here has experience with using CRT TVs for emulated micros. I'm using mostly libretro versions of assorted emus (Retropie on RPi 3B+) and it's a bit puzzling getting the display right - I'm confined to composite (I also do have an RGB mod but no compatible TV at the moment), and also to add to the problem, it's a NTSC set. I'm not 100% sure what are correct resolutions to use in the configs. I'm aiming for 1:1 pixels and artifact-free display - so far using these... Atari 800 - 640x480- native libretro setting: this looks pretty good actually Amstrad: 768x544 - it works fairly well despite being bigger than RPi 720x480 output, the border is sacrificed C64: lr-vice same as Amstrad: 768x544. Seems ok. ZX Spectrum: 640x480: this resolution kicks in when I disable border (to get rid of heavy NTSC artifacting) While these look reasonably good, they do not really match the resolutions from real machines I read about, eg C64 displaying 402x292 (or 320x200 with no border) http://codebase64.org/doku.php?id=base:visible_area Could this be improved somehow? Or are these really real resolutions? Is there any sort of way to display these without problems on NTSC as well? Games are either too fast in NTSC or jerky in PAL, plus on some micros the colours are out of whack. Even though some of the emus have option for NTSC machines.
  9. This new pop video from a band called 'robberie' is a bit of a retro gaming feast, including Atari STs, Spectrums, Gameboys and an Atari Lynx! The Gameboy and Lynx are modded, too...
  10. I'm new to classic computing since I've only been collecting video games and haven't gotten into the computer game craze yet. The Qs: Q1# What are some of the best spectrum games to buy at first and how much should I pay for each? Q2# How much should I pay for a Commadore 64 with all the hook ups or complete in box? Q3# What are some of the best C64 games to buy at first and how much should I pay for each? Q4# What are some of the best Apple ][ games to buy at first and how much should I pay for each? Q5# How much should I pay for an Apple ][ with hook ups? Q6# How much should I buy a spectrum at with hook ups? Q7# How much should I pay for a: with (keyboard mouse and ac power at least or hook ups) all I did is copy the words off wikipedia Macintosh 128K Macintosh 512K Macintosh 512Ke Macintosh Plus Macintosh SE Macintosh SE FDHD Macintosh SE/30 Macintosh Classic Macintosh Classic II Mac. Color Classic Mac. Color Classic II eMac iMac G4 Macintosh 2 Power Mac G4 Cube Macintosh Portable Mac Mini G4
  11. From the album: RetroElectroDad Computer Collection

    This Sinclair ZX Spectrum 128 needs some work on the case to clean it up and bring back the shine.

    © Trevor Briscoe

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