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  1. Boulder Dash was a great game back in the day, and one of the most enduring franchises. Now, there is a gorgeous looking modern update released on the new VCS, as exclusive. The developer web-site is here: https://www.boulder-dash.com/ It's surely one of the big name titles we all wanted to see on the new VCS console.
  2. A while back, Atari announced that the developer of this game planned to bring it to the Atari VCS. As usual, it was announced on their blog. https://atarivcs.medium.com/the-spirit-of-the-samurai-b7c8704a4d29 It looks very interesting, and despite a failed Kickstarter, the project seems to be going ahead. It has not yet been shown on the new Atari VCS, but they're only a newly signed-up developer. Their Facebook page is here. https://www.facebook.com/KittyQuestgame * I am not connected to the Atari company, this project, or the developer.
  3. Atari announced it here, but not everybody reads Medium. https://atarivcs.medium.com/thrustlander-is-a-luxurious-modern-take-on-the-classic-cave-flyer-and-it-is-coming-to-the-atari-56923e4205fc Later in this thread, the developer gives additional information and a game hints. The video looks great, but you need to see the video close-up to appreciate it's beauty. 🙂 * I have no connection with the Atari company, the game, or the developer.
  4. https://fullsync.co.uk/jetboard-joust-rockets-onto-nintendo-switch/ For the Atari VCS, too Later in this thread, the developer gives additional information and a game hints.
  5. I am excited that Indie developers are quickly jumping on the Atari VCS. The very experienced developer just posted a link on Facebook about his new game. https://www.facebook.com/groups/atarivcsfans/ If you don't use Facebook, here is the link to the most recent video of (pre-Alpha) game, only in development for a couple of weeks, here is the teaser video he added for the game. There are many links under the video, to follow his project. https://www.retroninja.com/ * I have no connection with the Atari company, this project, or with the developer.
  6. From Medium feed https://atarivcs.medium.com/danger-scavenger-coming-to-the-vcs-994fbbb12425 Again, a nice video on YouTube for this. * I have no connection with the Atari company, this project, or the developers.
  7. Just got my hands on a VCS. Been combing through these forums a bit and doing a lot of (not very fruitful) googling for info on developing for the device. I am using Unreal Engine. I signed up for the dev program late last week, but haven't heard back yet. A few questions: Atari says "Any Atari VCS device can be a development kit." Thus far, I haven't come across any info regarding putting the machine into a developer mode under which one could install their builds into a sandboxed Launcher UI of the AtariOS. Does a developer mode or similar exist? As a test, I have packaged one of the default Unreal Engine template projects on PC for Linux using the engine's cross compiling features. I can run it on the device by booting into Ubuntu off of another USB stick. In the absence of a developer mode, is Ubuntu the best/closest/most accurate Linux distro to run on? Based on the info I've come across thus far, it doesn't seem like there is a way to install an OS directly to the onboard storage. Is booting from a USB stick how devs are creating games for the device thus far? As a test, I have packaged one of the default Unreal Engine template projects on PC for Linux using the engine's cross compiling features. I can manually copy this to a USB stick, copy it to the instance of Ubuntu running off of another USB stick, but this is very time consuming and I am not sure this provides the best indication of performance on the device. I am working on getting UE's Project Manager to be able to deploy direct to the machine, but have hit a few roadblocks. Any other Unreal VCS devs out there? How are you deploying efficiently? General: I thought saw mention of an Atari Discord that is disseminating information. Anyone have a link to VCS specific or official Discord servers? General: with just a small nudge or tug on the cord, my VCS loses power. Has anyone found the power supply to be flakey?
  8. On Discord, @West Coast Software just announced he plans to bring a game to the VCS. It's a retro version of an even more retro original, which was a classic game, apparently. It was released for the Switch previously, but it was created first for the Apple II! D/Generation : The Original for Nintendo Switch - Nintendo Game Details Obviously this game is not about the graphics, it's about the gameplay, and puzzles. The developer web-site is here. The first VCS game from Wales, anyway. Home | West Coast Software (west-coast.wales)
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