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I enjoyed the Developer Spotlight as well, and I am looking forward to the next one. 🙂 

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1 hour ago, sramirez2008 said:

@Nathan Strum My Sears heavy sixer just died. After seeing what your doing with James’ light sixer, I may have to send you my heavy. 

James' 2600 isn't out of the woods, yet.

 

Or is it? Time for Chapter 11! (No, not that one.)

 

 

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Thanks for showing my game!! It's really hard when the cat can beat your game 😂

 

EDIT: Sorry I don't understand English. What did the cat do?, I thought it won the game 😂

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It's not the final chapter... but it's almost the final chapter! The final chapter will be posted later tonight!! Can you stand the suspense?? I can. I know how it ends. But I can experience it vicariously through others, I suppose.

 

 

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Anyone who liked the picture binaries of James and Tanya on today's show who wants to put their own portraits (or friend/family) onto a cart - 

The BYO instructions are at...

https://atariage.com/forums/topic/22242-build-your-own-greeting-cart-can-you-type-make/

Anyone struggling, I'll do it for you for $1

 

 

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THE END!! Did it work? Did it blow up? Did I fake its death and keep it for myself? Well, why not click the thing below and go read it or whatever.

 

 

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13 hours ago, gfvh said:

Thanks for showing my game!! It's really hard when the cat can beat your game 😂

 

EDIT: Sorry I don't understand English. What did the cat do?, I thought it won the game 😂

You're very welcome, thank you for making your game Prince of Indiana! It had extremely unique concept and style.

 

Sometimes our cats do want to play the games on the show but their paws don't work well with the controllers. 🙂

 

- James

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1 hour ago, hizzy said:

If I can ask, do you use the Sony PVM-14M2U as your main monitor for playing atari?

Nope. The PVM is actually one I'm borrowing from my office at work. Once things resume more normally there it'll go back (it's still in use as a production monitor, from time-to-time). I wouldn't mind having one here permanently, because the picture on it is excellent. But it's hard to justify the space it takes up. Plus, you have to be pretty close to it to see anything, so I can't kick back on the couch to play games on it.

 

I play most of the time on a 46" Sony Bravia LCD HDTV.

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53 minutes ago, Nathan Strum said:

Nope. The PVM is actually one I'm borrowing from my office at work. Once things resume more normally there it'll go back (it's still in use as a production monitor, from time-to-time). I wouldn't mind having one here permanently, because the picture on it is excellent. But it's hard to justify the space it takes up. Plus, you have to be pretty close to it to see anything, so I can't kick back on the couch to play games on it.

 

I play most of the time on a 46" Sony Bravia LCD HDTV.

 

When you play is it on a modded system or through RF? I ask because I get a slight screen roll with my modded vader on a samsung LCD tv.

 

Thanks!

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I use a Cybertech S-Video modded heavy sixer. My TV is old enough to have an S-Video input, fortunately.

 

When I use RF, I go through a demodulator (a tuner, basically). A Sony TU-1041U. They're great. They show up on eBay pretty frequently. There are at least a dozen on there right now, some pretty cheap.

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My TV has an S-Video and RF input. Rf gives me a steady picture. S-video & composite give me screen a tiny bit of screen roll. I am using the longhorn mod on my vader. I will look to see if I can find the cybertech mod. I would love to get rid of the screen roll. Thanks!

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1 hour ago, hizzy said:

My TV has an S-Video and RF input. Rf gives me a steady picture. S-video & composite give me screen a tiny bit of screen roll. I am using the longhorn mod on my vader. I will look to see if I can find the cybertech mod. I would love to get rid of the screen roll. Thanks!

Unfortunately, the Cybertech mod hasn't been made/sold in years. Atari2600.com used to carry them.

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