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  1. Game story: You are defenders of the brixirb armada, who battle evil across the faces of the multiverses, and are currently on leave, playing xirbnekorb, as usual. Use your omni-multiversal wormholes to release the nlui into the force shields to ensure they stay safe. Don't lose the nlui, as you only have four! Lose all your nlui and you lose the game. Maximize your points. Darby bet against you. How to play: Press the joystick button to release the nlui. Move your joystick to move yourself and your mirrorself to rebound the nlui through the force shields. You get a point each time you receive the nlui. Don't lose the nlui! You may press the joystick button to start a new round or the reset button to restart the game. Good luck and doogkcul! xirbnekorb_0.4.bas.bin xirbnekorb_0.4.bas
  2. LIVE every Tuesday & Friday Your BEST source for the NEWEST Atari games, LIVE on Twitch! SUBSCRIBE & WATCH: Twitch Livestream | YouTube Archive _________________________________________________________________________________ WATCH THE NEWEST STREAM (Click on Date to Watch / Set to 1080P60 for Full Quality) 20220812 Let's Play: C64 40th Anniversary: Galencia (Retail | C64), Soul Force (Retail | C64), ZetaWing (Retail | C64) 20220812 Let's Play After Dark: C64 40th Anniversary: Impossible Mission (C64) _________________________________________________________________________________ UPCOMING LIVESTREAMS on TWITCH (Click Time Listing for Your Local Time) 20220816 Let's Play: Lineman! (WIP | 2600), TBD (LIVE @ 6PM PT | 9PM ET | 1AM GMT+1Day) 20220819 Let's Play: Atari Lynx Special: A Bug's Trip Redux (Final Demo | Lynx), Odynexus (Demo | Lynx), Timeloop (Lynx), Z.A.P. (Lynx), RED (Lynx), Silas Adventure (Lynx) (LIVE @ 12PM PT | 3PM ET | 7PM GMT) 20220823 Let's Play: TBD (LIVE @ 6PM PT | 9PM ET | 1AM GMT+1Day) 202208XX Let's Play After Dark: Atari 2600 45th Anniversary Classic Gaming Countdown (Day 10): 1983 - Part 4 202208XX Let's Play After Dark: Atari 2600 45th Anniversary Classic Gaming Countdown (Day 11): 1983 - Part 5 202208XX Let's Play After Dark: Atari 2600 45th Anniversary Classic Gaming Countdown (Day 12): 1983 - Part 6 20220826 NO SHOW 20220830 NO SHOW 20220902 NO SHOW 20220906 NO SHOW 20220909 Let's Play: TBD (LIVE @ 6PM PT | 9PM ET | 1AM GMT+1Day) 20220910 Let's Play After Dark: Atari 2600 45th Anniversary Classic Gaming Countdown (Day 13): 1984-1985 (LIVE @ 10AM PT | 1PM ET | 5PM GMT) 20220911 Let's Play After Dark: Atari 2600 45th Anniversary Classic Gaming Countdown (FINAL DAY): 1986-1992 (LIVE @ 10AM PT | 1PM ET | 5PM GMT) 20220913 Let's Play: TBD (LIVE @ 6PM PT | 9PM ET | 1AM GMT+1Day) 20220916 Let's Play: TBD (LIVE @ 6PM PT | 9PM ET | 1AM GMT+1Day) Coming Soon to ZPH: ARCHIVED STREAMS (Click on Date to Watch / Set to 1080P60 for Full Quality): 20220810 Let's Play After Dark: Atari 2600 45th Anniversary Classic Gaming Countdown (Day 9): 1983 - Part 3 20220809 Let's Play After Dark: Wall Jump Ninja World Record Attempt (Score: 66/70+) 20220809 Let's Play: Brawn and Brains (Retail | Jaguar), Dr. Typo Collection (Retail | Jaguar) 20220808 Let's Play After Dark: Atari 2600 45th Anniversary Classic Gaming Countdown (Day 8): 1983 - Part 2 20220803 Let's Play After Dark: Atari 2600 45th Anniversary Classic Gaming Countdown (Day 6): 1982 - Part 3 20220802 Let's Play: Zoltrix (Exclusive World Premiere | 2600), Secret Collect (WIP | 2600), LioLa (WIP | 2600), Atomic Disco (2600) 20220805 Let's Play After Dark: Atari 2600 45th Anniversary Classic Gaming Countdown (Day 7): 1983 - Part 1 20220731 Let's Play After Dark: Atari 2600 45th Anniversary Classic Gaming Countdown (Day 5): 1982 - Part 2 20220729 Let's Play: Penta (Pengo) (Exclusive Final Version | 7800), Jacks or Better (WIP | 7800), Oozy the Goo - Gaiden (WIP Update | 7800) 20220729 Let's Play After Dark: Pressure Gauge (The 2600 High Score Showdown S6 | 2600) 20220727 Let's Play After Dark: Atari 2600 45th Anniversary Classic Gaming Countdown (Day 4): 1982 - Part 1 20220726 Let's Play: Chaos Engine (Exclusive World Premiere | Jaguar), Gods (Exclusive World Premiere | Jaguar) MORE ARCHIVED STREAMS (2018-2022) HOMEBREW, IMAGIC & ACTIVISION PATCH CHALLENGES Maintained Lists of Released, Completed & WIP Games: Atari 2600: 2022, 2021, 2020, 2019 Atari 7800: 2022, 2021, 2020, 2019 Atari 8-Bit/5200: 2022, 2021, 2020, 2019 Atari Lynx: 2022, 2021 Atari Jaguar: 2022
  3. Lego Atari 2600 Item # 10306 "Coming Soon on August 1, 2022" https://www.lego.com/en-us/product/atari-2600-10306 $239.99 seems pretty high for a set like this.
  4. Game story: While swimming the loch, Nesi, daughter of Nessie, finds out that humans have started a war. Nesi must eat leafy greens off the lake floor and come up for air while avoiding submarines, nuclear blasts, and a warship dropping depth charges. How to play: Left joystick controls Nesi, who can eat greens off the lake floor for points, come up for breath to restore life, and who must attempt to avoid danger. Nesi wants to get as many points as possible before losing all lives. Right joystick controls the ship that continuously drops depth charges/shoots and has light control over the up and down control of the submaries. The player controlling the right joystick wants to limit Nesi's points. If no second player is available the single player can play Nesi and avoid subs. nesi_0.2.bas.bin nesi_0.2.bas
  5. Hi everyone, its finally happened, I'm at the point where I'm ready to start unloading my collection. I wanted to give you guys the good folks at AA first crack at anything you might be interested in. This list contains something like 350 games, so unfortunately I'm going to start if off as a list with no pictures. These games are in various states of conditions, but assume the vast majority of them are working, have been played by me personally, and are usually in PAL UK version where applicable. Some of the older stuff like the master system might be Japanese or US copies, but generally is not an issue. If I own it, I can play it on a European console, as that's my near exclusive limit (outside a neo geo AES - not being sold!). Some are boxed, some are not. Some have instructions, some do not. They are all unsealed, there is no Wata level quality here. I'm a gamer, and these games were played. Please PM for interest in items, I can send prices for those games with images of boxes, manuals and state of disk/cart. Use this topic for general queries. I might be able to do pictures of specific collections of things, but nothing is in an easy to view format right now other than this list. Some things I can do prices now, but the lists are far too big. I'll try and update with time if I can. Hopefully obvious, but my native country is England, United Kingdom, prices will be in GBP £££ but will happily convert to your local currency, and give you potential postage to your country - just let me know where you live! Big orders I will try to do free postage, but all orders will be tracked shipping. If you live in Manchester/Liverpool, Cheshire, Birmingham area, Gloucestershire or Wiltshire we can discuss potential dropping off/meet instead, but note I live in Cheshire. About 6 months ago I started this topic: This was me processing letting go of significant number of games. Soon after I put my house on the market, and bought my next one up. In the process this took a backseat - and initially I had boxed about 100 games I was "ready" in mind to sell. This has now increased to something like 350, including PC games (hence why I'm going to start with lists, then will do pictures as requested). A few other things have happened, the work on the house has cost us considerably more than we planned, and the profit from the first house has already emptied to 0. We also had our car break down on moving day, and this caused issues with our buyers which cost us more money. The car has now fully broken down and we have had to borrow money to buy a 'new' (and by new, I mean 15 year old!) car. This is a bit of a boo-hoo story I know, but it leads to me realising that I have boxes full of cash I just need to get rid of, and I might be able to pay off the debt at least. I would also like to make sure I can manufacture some more Odyssey 1 multicards which I was planning on doing this month, but due to car - needs potentially delaying. Anyway... onto the list. I think there will be another cull at some point, but this is "second wave" culling and includes games like Zelda that I thought I would never get rid of. I've decided to get rid of my entire collection of N64 games, but don't get excited most are unboxed and all are relatively common-uncommon. PC: I need to form a list of PC games but I have already divided some up into prices, these are mostly "big box" games, though a mix of CD and floppy disk. If anyone is interested I'll try and develop a list asap. DOUBLES: These are just doubles I have for sale, I won't be selling any other games for these systems (1st, 2nd and selected 3rd gen consoles) Magnavox Odyssey: Volleyball boxed and complete. I'll take £90 for it as someone on ebay is going for that much. Atari 2600: Would probably sell both these games for a £5 to get rid of it. Both loose. Pac Man (double) Pitfall (double, I don't think this works on all 2600 machines... rubbish label before you ask) Voltmace Database (This is a 1292 alternative system, there is an adapter to use it in more common formats like the acetronic system, but I'm not selling it!): Various games, many boxed with instructions £10 each, 2 loose with instructions, £5 each. Collections being sold off: These are 1st and 2nd wave removals from my collections, other than the N64 which I'm selling fully there may be other games on these systems I'm selling in the future. Stuff like Neo Geo, Atari, Amiga and Philips alongside 32x, Mega CD, 3DO and TG16 etc are currently intending to be kept. NES: Adventures of Bayou Billy, The Bubble Bobble Donkey Kong Double Dragon III - The Sacred Stones Dr. Mario Duck Hunt Excitebike Golf Iron Sword: Wizards and Warriors 2 Jack Nicklaus 18 holes Kickle Cubicle Lemmings Mission: Impossible Pac-Man Super Off Road (Ivan Ironman Stewarts) Super Mario Bros. - Duck Hunt Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles Zelda II - The Adventure of Link Sega Master System: Note some of these are US or Japanese carts, but work on PAL machines too. Most are boxed, but no instructions, so I'm cutting down the price on most of them. Alien 3 Castle of Illusion starring Mickey Mouse Choplifter Dynamite Duke Enduro Race Gangster Town Global Defense Golfamania Great Baseball Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade James Pond II: Codename: Robocod Jungle Book Lemmings The Lucky Dime Caper starring Donald Duck Marble Madness Pacmania Parlour Games Rastan Shanghai Shinobi Shooting Gallery The Simpsons: Bart vs. The Space Mutants Spider-Man Vs. The Kingpin Super Kick Off Super Monaco GP Tecmo World Cup '93 Taz The Terminator World Soccer Xenon 2: Megablast Gameboy: Alleyway Double Dragon 2 Dr Mario FIFA: Road to World Cup 98 Golf Jurassic Park Midway Arcade Hits (Joust / Defender) Nintendo World Cup Tennis Worms Mario & Yoshi Mega Drive (Genesis): Mostly boxed with instructions Beavis and Butt-head ESWAT: City Under Siege FIFA International Soccer FIFA Soccer 95 Galaxy Force II James "Buster" Douglas Knock Out Boxing Jimmy White's Whirlwind Snooker Lemmings Lotus Turbo Challenge 2 Menacer 6-game cartridge Mortal Kombat NHLPA Hockey '93 Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure Quackshot starring Donald Duck The Revenge of Shinobi Rock N' Roll Racing Speedball 2: Brutal Deluxe Super Monaco GP Sylvester and Tweety in Cagey Capers T2: The Arcade Game Theme Park Ultimate Soccer Winter Challenge Wiz 'n' Liz: The Frantic Wabbit Wescue World Cup Italia '90 Gamegear: All loose, one or two might have instructions Batman Returns Chessmaster (The) G Loc Air Battle Joe Montana Football Olympic Gold Pengo PGA Tour Golf Putt and Putter Sega Game Pack 4 in 1 Slider Solitaire Poker Spiderman Super Kick Off Super Monaco GP Tail Spin Tazmania The GG Shinobi Wimbledon Tennis World Class Leader Board Golf SNES: Battletoads in Battlemaniacs Beware the Ultimate Evil of Warlock Cannon Fodder Mario's Time Machine Pilotwings - this is a NTSC copy, but my adapter doesn't work, sorry I don't know if this works or not. Street Fighter II – The World Warrior Theme Park Young Merlin Sega Saturn: Alien Trilogy Battle Arena Toshinden Remix Command and Conquer Daytona USA Die Hard Trilogy Doom Exhumed Fifa 96 Fighters Megamix Fighting Vipers Firestorm: Thunderhawk 2 Hi-Octane International Victory Goal Johnny Bazookatone Lemmings 3D Loaded Magic Carpet Olympic Soccer Robot Pit SEGA Worldwide Soccer 97 SEGA Worldwide Soccer 98: Club Edition Steep Slope Sliders Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors' Dreams Theme Park Tunnel B1 Victory Boxing Warcraft 2 Wing Arms WWF In the House X-Men Children of the Atom Playstation 1 / PS1 / PSX: All boxed, I believe almost all have instructions too. BLAZE & BLADE - ETERNAL QUEST CIVILIZATION II COMMAND & CONQUER - [ 2 DISCS ] Includes: GDI Disc + NOD Disc COMMAND & CONQUER - RED ALERT - [ 2 DISCS ] Includes: Allies Disc + Soviet Disc Destruction Derby 2 DRIVER - YOU'RE THE WHEELMAN DRIVER 2 - BACK ON THE STREETS - [ 2 DISCS ] Fifa 98 Road to world cup 98 FINAL DOOM GALAGA - DESTINATION EARTH INTERNATIONAL SUPERSTAR SOCCER PRO JIMMY WHITE'S 2 - CUEBALL MAGIC CARPET MECHWARRIOR 2 Populous The Beginning PREMIER MANAGER 98 QUAKE II SOVIET STRIKE Star Sweep STREET FIGHTER EX 2 PLUS TEKKEN 2 Test Drive 4 THEME PARK WORLD TOCA - TOURING CAR CHAMPIONSHIP [PLATINUM VERSION] TOMB RAIDER TOMB RAIDER III - ADVENTURES OF LARA CROFT TOMB RAIDER V - CHRONICLES TONY HAWK'S PRO SKATER 2 WARHAMMER - DARK OMEN WARHAMMER - SHADOW OF THE HORNED RAT WING OVER 2 Who wants to be a millionaire 2nd edition WORMS ARMAGEDDON Nintendo 64: This is my entire collection, there is no more N64 games from me other than this. Only about 6 are boxed. 007 Goldeneye Banjo Kazooie Blast Corps Body Harvest Bomberman 64 Bomberman Hero Bust a Move 2 arcade edition Clay Fighter 63 1/3 Command & Conquer Diddy Kong Racing Donkey Kong 64 Doom 64 Extreme G Extreme G 2 F-1 World Grand Prix F Zero Hexen Holy Magic Century Lylatwars Mario Kart 64 Mischief Makers Perfect Dark Pokemon Snap Star Wars: Episode 1 - Racer Super Mario 64 Top Gear Rally Turok: Dinosaur Hunter Turok 2 Seeds of Evil Turok Rage Wars - I couldn't get this to start up, I have tried cleaning it with no luck V-Rally 99 Wetrix Wipeout 64 Yoshi's Story Zelda, The Legend of - Majora's Mask Zelda, The Legend of - Ocarina of Time Gameboy colour: F1 World Grand Prix Micro Machines 1+2 Twin Turbo Missile Command Tiny Toon Adventures: Dizzy's Candy Quest Dreamcast: This is about half my collection, I probably won't have much more left to sell from this system - I never really got a chance to collect for it Hydro Thunder Test Drive V-Rally (V Rally Expert Edition 2) Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation Toy Racer Virtua Striker 2 Virtua Tennis Playstation 2 / PS2: Almost all are complete with instructions 4x4 Evo Arsenal Football Club Battlefield 2 - Modern Combat CALL OF DUTY 2 - BIG RED ONE CALL OF DUTY 3 Driver - Parallel Lines Endgame Extermination Fifa Football 2003 Fifa Football 2004 Fifa Football 2005 Fifa Street Fifa Street 2 Formula One 2001 Formula One 2002 God of War God of War 2 Jak & Daxter - The Precursor Legacy Jak X LARA CROFT - TOMB RAIDER - THE ANGEL OF DARKNESS Naval Ops - Warship Gunner Need for Speed: Most Wanted Primal Pro Evolution Soccer 5 Pro Evolution Soccer 6 Quake III Revolution Ratchet and Clank Ratchet and Clank 2 Ratchet and Clank 3 Smash Cars SSX Summoner 2 Super Bust-a-Move 2 Tekken Tag Tournament Tetris Worlds Theme Park World Gameboy Advance / GBA The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past and Four Swords - battery never worked, needs replacing. I have replaced a pokemon battery, so I might be able to do this for you. The Simpsons: Road Rage The Urbz: Sims in the City X-Men: The Official Game Gamecube: 1080 Avalanche Agent Under Fire Bloody Roar: Primal Fury - no cover on box Die Hard: Vendetta - no cover on box Gauntlet Dark Legacy James Bond 007: Nightfire - no cover on box Mario Party 4 Mario Party 5 Star Fox Adventures Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 Tony Hawk's Underground Turok: Evolution Wario World - this doesn't work. needs a cleanup but never got round to it X box / Xbox original: Beat Down: Fists of Vengeance Capcom Fighting Jam (PAL) / Capcom Fighting Evolution DRIV3R Far Cry Instincts: Evolution FireBlade Getting Up Gun Lord of the Rings, The: The Return of the King NBA 2k3 NBA Live 2005 - US copy, does NOT work on PAL systems Spartan: Total Warrior Toca Race Driver 2 Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon 2 Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter True Crime: New York City True Crime: Streets of LA World Snooker Championship 2005 Nintendo DS: Farm life Playstation Portable / PSP: Archer Maclean's Mercury Daxter Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition Star Wars Battle Front 2 Star Wars Lethal Alliance Yu Gi Oh GX Tag Force X box 360: Aliens vs. Predator Batman Arkham City Battlestations: Midway Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII Chromehounds Destiny Fifa 13 - no cover on box Ghost Recon Future Soldier Golden Compass Medal of Honor Airborne Medal of Honor Warfighter Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Need for Speed Carbon Need for Speed Prostreet Project Gotham Racing 3 Skate 3 Shrek the Third Tomb Raider World Championship Off Road Racing - this is listed as a different name sometimes I believe Nintendo Wii: Game Party Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Mario Party 8 Playstation 3 / PS3: Ashes Cricket 2009 Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood Deadpool Fifa 11 Fifa 14 NBA 2k11 Syndicate Turok X COM Nintendo Wii U: NBA 2013 Pikmin 3 Rise of the Guardians Splinter Cell Playstation 4 / PS4: Batman Arkham Knight Call of Duty Modern Warfare Friday the 13th the Game Need for Speed Plants vs Zombies GW2
  6. I've been donated a nice device from 1983, which seems to be multi-ROMs device with switcher for demonstration in gaming shops ? Have you ever saw one of these ? I've been trying to make it work but didn't succeed for now ? So I need your help Do you think the empty chip slot on the cartridge board, which is actually empty, need to be populated? If so, with what ? The only trace connected to it seems to be the A12 rail which, if I understand well, is used to tell the VCS to use external ROMs... Thanks for any help !
  7. This just to let you know the date of The 2022 Harmony Games will start on on March 14th,2022. based on the categories of The 4th Annual Atari Homebrew Awards we will be using the following categories. Original Games for normal scoring points (10pts for 1st place ends with 1pt for 10th place) Round 1: Best Work in Progress: Tobers nightmare Round 2: Best Graphics: Game of the Bear Round 3: Best Homebrew <4k Game: K-Jo Chases the Cheese Round 4: Best Original: Mr. Yo Yo -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- with the addition of Port games to the Awards we added them as scoring taking the same time as the orignal games round, Scoring for bonus points start at 9pts for first place and ends with 1pt for 9th place Round 1: Best work in Progress: Turbo Arcade Round 2: Best Graphics: Lady Bug Arcade Round 3: Best Homebrew <4k: Dodge It Round 4 : Best Game:Robotwar 2684 -------------------------------------------------- Leader Board After Round 4( Best Games) Name: Points @ZeroPage Homebrew James O: 76 @cwieland Charles W: 66 @ZeroPage Homebrew Tanya O: 49 @Dan Iacovelli Dan I : 36 @Arenafoot Brian M: 13 @Thomas Jentzsch Thomas J: 10 @ZeroPage Homebrew Darcy : 7 Thank you Congrats to our top 3 winners: James O. Charles W and Tanya O Check out this post for changes to next years season
  8. Thanks to all who participated in the 2022 Harmony Games as it was a slow season compared to previous seasons. and I'm sad to say its the official end of the Harmony Games as we know it. With new 7800 games being included into the Atari Homebrew Awards starting next season(which takes place a month after the Awards ends) I will be adding 7800 games to the HSC, with that we can no longer call it the Harmony Games,as it was called that after the harmony cart by @batari (Fred Quimby). So before I go into other changes for the new season I'm looking for an idea of names for it. So if you have any ideas for a new name for this High Score Club post bellow and around Feb before the Awards start I'll do a poll (here on Atari age, on Facebook and on AVC Online website(it will also be mentioned in mailchimp newsletter as well) the winning name will be announced at the start of the season. Now on to the Changes: First Change: Divisions Harmony Games Division- 2600 Hombrew games Concerto Games Division -7800 Homebrew games As normal the Harmony Division will start on the second Monday of the month after Atari Homebrew Awards show After the Harmony Division ends the HSC will take a month off. and then it returns with the Concerto Division also on the second Monday of the month Second change: Graphic Round dropped After major consideration we have decided to to eliminate the Graphics round this was because many times the winner of best graphics was also winner of best game(or didn't have a scoring system) and then we would have either go with second place or vote. By removing this round we can do more work with the winners. Third Change: rounds in Divisions Harmony Division will have 3 rounds: Round 1: Work in Progress (same as past Harmony games (Original games for normal points and Port games for bonus points) Round 2: Completed Original Games ( above 4k games for normal points and 4k and below for bonus points) Final Round :Completed Port Games (same scoring for Completed Original Games round) We decided to split the Original and Ports games to make it more simple for players to play instead having it together but still keeping the bonus play included as well. Concerto Division will have 2 rounds: Round 1: Work in Progress (same scoring as the Harmony division) Final Round: Completed Games ( same scoring for first round) Final Change: Submissions Besides submitting via Atari age, starting next year submissions can be done the following: Atari age via the topic as normal Facebook at the AVC Online facebook group (on the associated post for the the rounds) and via the form at AVC Online website. we added the two new submissions to bring in more players as there are probably not a lot of people who do Atari Age and it makes it more open and give more competition. As of now this HSC will only focus on 2600 and 7800 homebrews. and games can still be played either emulator or via a flash cart (Harmony for 2600, Concerto for 7800(or which ever one is available as there are few more coming out) on actual system. All games are based on winners of Atari Homebrew Awards and must have a scoring system to be used. if winning game doesn't have a scoring system poll for voting will be set up using the following: the game I vote for (I always look for the game that will be good in HSC) and second place winner. See you in 2023 (don't forget to post below what name you want to call the HSC) * btw I will start a second category for concerto division and keep this topic (Harmony games for harmony division)
  9. Just wanted to make a post in which I can share my channel with others. I cover a ton classic consoles, oddball items, as well as newer games. Come check it out! https://www.youtube.com/user/swlovinist
  10. You're banned from this topic. You can't read it.
  11. Relive the mid-20th century race to the moon with Moonshoot for the Atari 2600! (DPC+ 32K) Moonshoot is an attempt to roughly simulate the original great wooden home carnival game called Shoot the Moon (*- see footnote.) The point system simulates the original: Earth: -250 First Stage: +250 Second Stage: +500 Third Stage: +1000 Fourth Stage: +2000 Moon: +5000 I've not seen the original's instructions, but I had to have some sort of game ending, so I made up my own getting 3 tries to keep it on the board. Controls: Joystick right: open rails more quickly Joystick left: close rails more quickly Joystick down: open rails very slightly Joystick up: close rails very slightly Use button to start another round or start a new game if game over Use reset switch to start another game *- there have been other versions of the physical game- some more recent. This attempts to emulate the original. You should try it out in physical form, either the older or newer version, if you can, because it's a great game, and it'll give more context to what's going on in the 2600 version. Can involve basic level of skill. Skill requirement could improve in future release. Thanks to @KevKelley, @Dave C, and @Karl G for their feedback as I was trying to develop the rail system. It may continue to evolve, but I think it's more rail-like than it was in early development. moonshoot_0.4.bas.bin moonshoot_0.4.bas
  12. 8 Tanks: a DPC+ (32K) game for the 2600 with Quadtari and four sets of Tennis paddles. (In theory, it should work with a Harmony cart, etc., and it works in Stella, but not in Javatari.) Important note: the Quadtari only supports the paddle buttons, not the knobs. (see Quadtari thread) This is a work-in-progress, and for now is just the tanks moving around and shooting without blowing anything up, so it's more of a demo until one of the next few releases. To configure game to play in Stella 6.7 (you may have to do this for each release): Highlight the game in Stella Options -> Game Properties -> Controllers -> Quadtari button Select Paddles for each of the four controllers Click Ok, Ok, then Close Start game and use these default keys to emulate paddle buttons to control the tanks via the default key mappings: space, 4, F, 6, shift-space, shift-4, shift-F, shift-6. Done: Can control and move 8 tanks If you leave the button unpressed, the tank spins slowly clockwise. If you press the button, the tank moves forward and fires. (Using alternating frames using alt coords swapping through temp vars, ball is shared between player0-1, missile0 is shared between player2-3, missile1 is shared between player4-5, player9 dot is shared between player6-7.) Sound when tanks shoot Colors, playfield, and tank placement similar to Tank 8 Planned: Fix bugs around shots. Sometimes projectiles initiate in wrong spot, go in wrong direction, may have multiple shots from same location going in different directions, shots get left on screen unmoving, shots don't fire or don't fire in every direction well, shot stays left of playfield and tracks similar to player's y coordinate. Collision detection for missiles hitting another player. Less open playfield and playfield either blocks shots or shots bounce off playfield. 8 player scores. Alternating 4-player scores with color matching tank color. Blow up tanks when shot. Sound when a tank blows up and game is over. Not sure yet whether I should try to add: Slowing down (trudging) each tank when it moves over the playfield. (info on DPC+ colllisions) Note: If you want to compile it, DPCplus_kernel.asm in same directory extracted from bb-qt-DPCplus.zip in Karl's post with sample code for Quadtari support. 8tanks_0.4.bas.bin 8tanks_0.4.bas
  13. Tank combat games. Standard kernel version (8K) (Standard 0.1-0.4 were 4K, Standard 0.5 and later are 8K): Find the radio to send a drone after the other player. Tanks are fast, similar to modern tanks. Curve your shots. If you shoot without pulling back the joystick, it often will remove the playfield pixel where the missile lands. If you shoot while pulling back the joystick, it attempts to draw playfield pixels as you go backwards. Maximum distance of missile varies some. Unlike most tank battle games, shooting the other player doesn't win points. Instead, you must capture the other player's base. Each player has four bases. Each round (and select/reset). you get a random map along with random colors and tanks may be invisible/same color as playfield until it shoots. DPC+ kernel version (All DPC+ are 32K): Is similar to but varies substantially from the other version. (discussion) The DPC+ 0.2 version was tested by alex_79 and confirmed working. I'm assuming 0.3 and any later versions work on Harmony cart, but if not, please let me know! (Note: DPC+ version doesn't work in Javatari, because Javatari doesn't support DPC+ yet. Each version works in Stella 6.7 for me in developer and player modes.) The differences in the DPC+ version (compared to standard version) are: Better playfield graphics. Only one map for now. Can't select different colors for now. No tank invisibility for now. tanks_2022_dpc_0.3.bas.bin tanks_2022_dpc_0.3.bas tanks_2022_0.8.bas.bin tanks_2022_0.8.bas
  14. Time to announce the Forth and Final Game for the 2022 Harmony Games which is Mr. Yo Yo by David Marli which came in third for Best Original* For the 4th Annual Atari Homebrew Awards Download the game here: Link *Mr Yo You was chosen by a poll we had for best orignal due to the fact that we did a poll for best graphics in originals which included Game Of The Bear that won which also included in this poll (Mr. Yo Yo(the one I voted for) , Game of the Bear(the winner) and Slide boy) Mr. Yo Yo won the poll with 3 votes, Game of the Bear got 2 votes, Slide Boy got no votes. Post your Scores in this thread only I will update the Scores in this post and at Atari video Club website Harmony games Page Rules: Start on Level 3 set difficulty switch on A as the game ends on level 9, scores up to Level 9 will be counted(it resets back on level 9 once completed) This round starts on June 13th,2022 at Noon CT and is scheduled to end on July 26th,2022 at 2pm CT Scoring: 10 points for first and 1 points for tenth place and for each after Name: Scores:Points ---------------------------- @cwieland Charles W : 46,100 :10 pts @ZeroPage Homebrew James 0:24,250 : 9 pts @ZeroPage Homebrew Tanya O: 5,500 :8 pts @Dan Iacovelli Dan I: 2,800 :7 pts
  15. Time to announce the Forth and Final Game of the 2022 Harmony Games Tournament which is RobotWar 2684 by Champ Games which won for Best Port in the 4th annual Atari Homebrew Awards. you can download the game at Champs Games Download Page. Rules for the round: Play on standard, set your difficulty setting on B-fire when button is pressed or *for use of duel controller if you can * I will give 2 extra points for those who use duel controller (for those who are play with duel controller post a picture of the controller that you are using for verification the bonus point will be added at end of the round) This round starts on June 13th,2022 at Noon CT and is scheduled to end on July26th,2022 at 2pm CT the game returns to wave 1 after wave 6 so scores up to wave 6 will be counted. coring for bonus points start at 9pts for first place and ends with 1pt for 9th place and each place after. Post your Scores in this thread only I will update the Scores in this post and at Atari video Club website Harmony games Page. Name: Score: Points ---------------------------------- @ZeroPage Homebrew James O: 91,025:9pts @ZeroPage Homebrew Tanya O:78875 :8pts @cwielandCharles W: 28,775 : 7 pts @Dan Iacovelli Dan I: 7,400: 6 pts
  16. Sometime in the 80s... The King of Pop found a time machine. He went back in time to the old wild west to teach dogs how to moonwalk. You are a moonwalking dog of the wild west! Choose between doing a hat dance while being shot at, walking the dangerous streets of the town, hopping a train while being shot at, or trying your paw at a shootout! Note: the shootout can be imagined to be with a wood cutout of an outlaw, held at gunpoint by an outlaw, who will shoot if you're slow or draw too early. Instructions: At the title screen use the selection button to select a dog if you wish, then press fire or reset to go to the selection screen. Move the joystick in the direction of the game to play. Town (left): stay away from the outlaws and don't run into the buildings. Dance (up): dance around a dangerously large hat as you're shot at by the outlaws. Shootout (right): center the aim then pull up and fire only when the background turns yellow. Train (down): an outlaw is shooting bullets at you, so jump or stay low to avoid the bullets. moonwalking_dogs_of_the_wild_west_0.6.bas.bin moonwalking_dogs_of_the_wild_west_0.6.bas
  17. Hi everyone. Browsing my local Craigslist I noticed a less than generous individual is selling what appears to be a prototype of Sabotuer, the originally unreleased 2600 game. I don't know the history of this game but is this of some significance to the community? Had this been found and dumped already? Here is their listing. If this isn't allowed on the forums my sincerest apologies. This is not my game and I am not the seller advertising it. On a side note, $5k is an insane asking price, yeah? https://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/clt/d/hayward-ultra-rare-atari-prototype-game/7482181201.html
  18. Six month update! Pictures forthcoming. If you want to inquire about a particular item, I can probably get a picture within a day or two. If you want to make a trade, or take off a large number of lower priced items, I’m far more flexible on prices. I tried to price everything below ebay, but if any prices are way off base (possible!), feel free to let me know, even if you’re not buying. Shipping is from 02141 or 02116. International shipping has gone off the rails, so US is preferred. CIB = Cart, Instructions, Box CIC = CD/card, Instructions, Case Any other extras will be noted. Free with purchase stipulation: minimum purchase is $15 or any 3 items to get a freebie. Starting from August 2022, I'd consider exceptions to that to include any purchases at all or perhaps even just pay shipping. Check my old feedback and new feedback. ************************* **ATARI** ************************* Atari 2600 Pictures for 2600 & 7800 games: https://postimg.cc/gallery/506L48Q I also have some CX40s available for cheap or free with purchase. Astroblast (manual only): $2 Demons to Diamonds (manual only): $2 Endless Snow (original 2013 run, no manual): $14 Spider-Man (w/ manual): $8 Stampede (manual only): $2 Take it all for $22 Atari 7800 I have a loose + manual and a CIB version of Ballblazer. Not sure how much these go for these days, but I'm willing to part with them. Anyone need Pokeys? ************************* **COLECO** ************************* ColecoVision Gone for now, but if someone is interested in a boxed ColecoVision with games, let me know. Finding it hard to justify keeping it. ************************* **NEC** ************************* Pictures: https://postimg.cc/gallery/gJvGCcm Final Lap Twin (CIC): $10 Neutopia (JP, card only): $15 Neutopia II (JP): $10 Take all three for $30. ************************* **NINTENDO** ************************* Nintendo/Famicom Pictures: https://postimg.cc/gallery/vgsFmny NES Advantage (CIB, some styrofoam stuck to the cords): $28 NES Four Score: $15 Alpha Mission manual: $3 Skate or Die: free with purchase Super Nintendo Bomberman (torn top part of label, “Valerie McKinney”’s name written on the back): $19 Super Mario World: Return to Dinosaur Land (could never get this to work): free with purchase Super Castlevania IV (JP): $26 Potentially interested in selling Super Mario World 2 or Super Mario RPG. Hit me up if you want to work out a deal. Nintendo 64 Pilotwings 64: $9 GameCube/Wii HUGE Wii and GameCube lot available. Basically getting rid of it all. Console, a dozen games, a few GCN games, a half dozen controllers (including a Wavebird) and a half dozen Wii motes (including the Zelda gold one) and a balancing board if I can ever find a box to fit it. Might send that one to UPS. Inquire within if you’re looking for an instant Wii collection. All good games, no trash included. Game Boy Pictures: https://postimg.cc/gallery/RhF9QBy Green Game Boy (needs replacement screen and cover; otherwise it's in great shape): free with purchase Final Fantasy Legend w/ clamshell: $11 Heiankyo Alien: $4 Star Hawk: $89 Game Boy Color Pictures: https://postimg.cc/gallery/YGnkmD8 Atomic Purple GBC (needs repair: screen scratched, missing screws): free with purchase Alice in Wonderland: $11 Bust-a-Move 4: $4 Mario Golf: $9 Pocket Bomberman: $2 Wendy Every Witch Way: make offer? Game Boy Advance Pictures: https://postimg.cc/gallery/CgYfSyG Advance Wars (box only): $30? or make offer Final Fight One: $15 Golden Sun: $25 Klonoa (initials JF written on the label in sharpie): $33 Samurai Jack: $7 Shining Soul: $40 I’m potentially up for letting go of Pocky & Rocky with Becky. I’ll entertain serious offers. ************************* **SEGA** ************************* Master System Zapper (bulky plastic part separated from gun): $9 Genesis https://postimg.cc/gallery/ykYLqgm Alien Soldier (repro w/ manual): $25 Beggar Prince (anniversary edition, still in plastic): reasonable offer? Road Rash (cardboard version): $20 Spider-Man/X-Men: Arcade's Revenge (missing manual): $10 Game Gear Pictures: https://postimg.cc/gallery/MR6WTnP Baku Baku: $10 Bust-a-Move: $9 Earthworm Jim: $30 [hold] Enter the Dragon: $4 Halley Wars: $20 Itchy & Scratchy Game: $10 Jungle Book: free with purchase Mortal Kombat: free with purchase Super Column: free with purchase Tempo Jr: $40 [hold] Saturn Game Shark: $5 All games are Japanese. Pictures of Bomberman/controllers: https://i.postimg.cc/yd1ZBcwr/20210613-175035.jpg Pictures of the other games: https://postimg.cc/gallery/Zy0JsLg Azel: Panzer Dragoon RPG: $15 Magic Knight Rayearth: $10 Tactics Ogre: $8 Bomberman bundle: It comes with the game, the Saturn Multi Tap MK 80102, two SS Horip Pads, a model 1 controller, and a 3D controller that I'd like to sell all together: $170 for the lot. ************************* **SONY** ************************* PlayStation SCPH-1010 controller (Start button sticks a bit): free with purchase Legend of Legaia: $40 PlayStation 2 Pictures (more forthcoming): https://postimg.cc/gallery/CFLsXcG Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance: $5 (disc looks like it might need resurfacing, but I was able to play the first few levels while testing it - not sure if or where it might skip) Burnout 3: Takedown: $10 Gradius V: $45 Gran Turismo 3 A Spec (red NFR edition): $2 Ico: $10 NBA Street: $4 Samurai Shodown Anthology: $28 Shadow of the Colossus (no manual): $5 XGRA: Extreme G Racing Association: $4 OEM Multitap: $10 ************************* **SNK** ************************* Neo Geo A Neo Geo arcade stick: $85 Neo Geo CD NGCD top loader (needs repair): $50 * It powers on just fine, but it doesn’t read any discs. Inquire about work done. Crossed Swords: $75 Ghost Pilots: $50 Last Blade: $40 Sonic Wings 2: $45 Sonic Wings 3: $65 Neo Geo Pocket Color Dark Arms: $28 ************************* **PC** ************************* Jade Empire: $? Rise of Nations: Rise of Legends: free with purchase Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2: free with purchase ************************* **OTHER** ************************* S-video selector x2: free with purchase ************************* **WANT LIST** ************************* Manuals for any games I own that don't have manuals: https://rfgeneration.com/cgi-bin/collection.pl?action=profile&name=o.pwuaioc&folder=Collection NES Akumajou Densetsu (JP) Lickle (repro?) PC Engine Bomberman 93 or 94 Neutopia II (US) PC Engine CD Sylphia Genesis Blades of Vengeance Contra: Hard Corps (JP only; I have the US version if you want to make a trade deal) Crusader of Centy (repro?) Elemental Master Ex-Mutants Fire Shark Mega Turrican Phantasy Star IV Shining Force II Super Nintendo Pocky & Rocky 2 PlayStation Grandia Suikoden II Valkyrie Profile
  19. Story: You are a mouse who is in love with a fish. A bear has come to the stream of your love and is starting to try to eat all of the fish! Defend your love, and slap the bear! Warning: do not slap a real bear! That would be bad for you and the bear, and could get you killed. Instructions: At the title screen control the bear to get the mouse's attention if you'd like, then press the reset or fire button to play. For extra coolness points: have the bear sing a song or recite a speech! Press up to jump as you are running. You can jump off of birds or fish to try to land on the bear's head and press the joystick button to try to slap the bear in the face. A good job may get you applause from the wildlife! When the score is higher, you may be able to play as 2 to 3 mice, Ernie the capybara, or the rat. When you crawl on the bear, it will attempt to brush you off, which may cause you to lose some control over your movement. Don't crawl on the bear too long, or it may accidentally slam you into the ground as it tries to brush you off. If this happens, press the joystick button to start over as a new mouse. slap_the_bear_1.2.bas slap_the_bear_1.2.bas.bin
  20. Chuckle_The_Doll_v1.0 (1).a26Im calling the game "Chuckle the killer doll" (Keep in mind this is a WIP and may apear more flickery because of the videos frame rate). You play as Chuckles the killer doll and must throw knives at the running people to earn points, watch out for the obstacles being thrown at you by the people. There is no way of winning at the moment you just see how many points you can get without getting hit and losing. the crowd of people will get smaller each time they're hit but more will come depending on how many points you have. Gameplay: Chuckle_The_Doll_v1.0 (1).a26
  21. [edited: link to PDF added] Hot news: the book Atari 2600 Programming for Newbies - Revised Edition by Andrew Davie is now available on Lulu.com for only $4.69. Order your copy here: http://www.lulu.com/shop/andrew-davie/atari-2600-programming-for-newbies-revised-edition/paperback/product-23644281.html Basically this book is the printed version of the Atari 2600 programming tutorials by Andrew Davie that he originally posted on these forums between 2003 and 2004 (and one extra session posted in 2012). Editing and formatting was done by yours truly. Note that in 2011 someone already bundled these tutorials into a book and published it on Lulu.com, but IMO there are a lot of issues with that version (e.g. no page numbers, missing session no. 25, images cut off on the end of the page, outlining issues, code samples hard to read because of wrapping). That's why I decided to call my version the "Revised Edition" ? I formatted all code samples to make them readable in print-format, fixed a few spelling errors and also did some editing where the original text was clearly assuming the reader is reading the text online. Note that I'm not making a single dollar-cent on this; you only pay for the printing of the booklet. The consequence is that Andrew Davie is also not making any money from this, but knowing that in 2011 he was OK with the other published book on Lulu.com, I hope he's also OK with this new "Revised Edition". The binding and printing of this book is really nice. The pages are black & white, but the cover is full color (see attached images). I also added Andrew's avatar on the back of the book ? And Lulu.com regularly has these promotions where they offer free shipping, making this a real bargain! Here is a link to the PDF for your convenience: Atari_2600_Programming_for_Newbies_Revised_Edition.pdf You might also like these other 2600-related books on Lulu: Stella Programmer's Guide 6502 Instruction Set Guide Cheers, Dion
  22. Today at a game store I found a possibly rare Othello cartridge for the 2600. Problem is, I cant find it on eBay or on Image Searches. I looked around to compare the cartridges and the "rare" one had the * for CBS replaced with a "TM". Is this rare? If so I would like to know in the case that I could find a new variant, this might just be a 1986 liquidation cartridge, though. If anyone knows if this is rare please let me know.
  23. An interesting article from the BBC on the maze generation of the game Entombed. It seems the researchers just don't understand how it works. I wonder if anyone here has looked into the code for this game? BBC Article here: http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20190919-the-maze-puzzle-hidden-within-an-early-video-game The publication from John Aycock and Tara Copplestone https://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/1811/1811.02035.pdf Entombed - An archaeological examination of an Atari 2600 game.pdf
  24. I need a NTSC TIA chip for my old and I cant find any anywhere! Please help!
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