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Anschuetz/Weisgerber/Anschuetz Atari BASIC Game Development v2.0

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Hello Atari 8-Bit Community!   

 

We were inspired by the many kind responses about our Atari BASIC game development document, our newly posted 1980's Anschuetz/Weisgerber/Anschuetz Atari BASIC games, and our Antic Atari Podcast.

 

For those that missed it, here are the links:

 

Forum post with Atari BASIC game development document and 1980's Atari BASIC games:

http://atariage.com/forums/topic/268424-1980s-anschuetzweisgerberanschuetz-basic-games-release/

 

Antic Atari Podcast:

http://ataripodcast.libsyn.com/antic-interview-297-robert-anschuetz-eric-anschuetz-john-weisgberber-antic-magazine-games

 

In this post, we are uploading version 2.0 of the Atari BASIC game development document.  This version enhances the original document in many paragraphs, and also adds some new and very interesting sections to the document.   This version includes our original 1980's type-written (we didn't have a printer) instructions and programming notes that were submitted along with our BASIC games to Antic, COMPUTE!, and A.N.A.L.O.G.   Perhaps even more interesting, we have also scanned the correspondence letters from these magazines for programs that were accepted and rejected for publication.

 

The table of contents indicates these new sections (Development Notes pages 46-71, and Magazine Correspondence 75-91).   These are scans from documents that hadn't seen the light of day since the 1980's!  Thanks go out to John Weisgerber for saving all of this information for the past 30 years!   We are still trying to dig up the old design notes and the graph paper that we used for character bitmaps!  They are probably in the attic, closet, or basement somewhere.

 

We hope you enjoy these new additions.

 

Robert Anschuetz

Eric Anschuetz

John Weisgerber

 

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