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hi!,

 

I have seen that atari lynx is more populair here in netherlands than atari jaguar.

 

I went to the atariage shop to look how new games looked. However the only tihng i saw was the jewel case.

 

Does anybody know if new atari lynx games are still developed on cartridges? if so. where can i find more information about?

 

 

Best regards,

 

Vyeyendra Ramnares

Dragonforce

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Most "homebrews" come on PCB style boards. Songbird has the best looking ones.

 

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but most are on Green PCBs

 

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Hope this was what you were looking for.

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hi,

 

I now know that there are new atary lynx cartridge made. but who makes them? and with what price?

 

 

best regards,

 

Vyeyendra Ramnares

Dragonforce

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hi,

 

I now know that there are new atary lynx cartridge made. but who makes them? and with what price?  

 

 

best regards,

 

Vyeyendra Ramnares

Dragonforce

 

One is songbird as mentioned above (atari.songbird.net). There are a couple more who still work on new games. Any released game you should find in the database on this site.

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8) You know what would be a good idea? If there was website

that totally dedicated to posting screenshots of new games made for the Atari just to keep the whole new development thing going.

Think about it... I know that there are a lot of development going

on, but I don't know the full extent of it. Chances are if people

knew the extent of the new Atari Lynx developments that art

taking place it just might encourage more people to become active

if they actually saw some any form of evidence of new Atari Lynx

development(s).

 

 

God Bless;

 

P.T.W. :D

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