Posts Tagged ‘Atari’

No Emulators, just REAL Hardware!
This is a game that I had not played before, it was surprisingly intuitive without having seen the manual nor having played it before. Combine that with the fact that it has multiple level screens it is a rare Atari game indeed 🙂
The little bit of jerkiness in the video isn’t the camera, that is actually the game doing it. Generally it happened when there was a “boom” sound effect or something on the screen moved fast. They were really pushing some limits of the Atari base hardware.
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No Emulators, just REAL Hardware!
This game started out slow, but a few levels up was a lot of fun 🙂
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No Emulators, just REAL Hardware!
One of the simpler games on the Atari 2600 Starpath Supercharger, this little game can get extremely difficult.
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No Emulators, just REAL Hardware!
A question and one of the best atari 2600 games ever made 🙂 Rabbit Transit!

Who would have ever thought making baby rabbits could be so much fun 😉
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No Emulators, just REAL Hardware!

This one has a lot of nostalgia for me 🙂

This is “The Official Frogger by Sega” for the atari 2600. The graphics are almost near arcade quality for the time. I hope you enjoy this as much as I did remembering sitting next to my Mother playing frogger with her when I was about 4 years old 🙂

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No capture card, no Emulators, just REAL Hardware!

Someone asked for this one the other night, so here it is in all of it’s horribly jagged polygon glory! About half way through the flight I also show a secondary mode of Flight Sim II, the WWI combat mode. Not the most exciting combat to say the least 😉

This cartridge will not work on the 800 XL or other 8 bit Atari computers as it requires the XE graphics chipsets to function, hence why I said it was only released on that cartridge for those two systems.

Also try not to count how many times I said “Actually” in the video LOL

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An overview and demonstration of my custom Atari 5200 controller.  This video goes with

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