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  1. Nice. I wish Stinger still had the three player option that Moero Twinbee had. I realize it came out before the FourScore was developed, but still.
  2. Sort of, though it is not directly compatible with the Atari 400 software. The later XEGS was a fully compatible Atari 65XE computer that could play both cartridges and 8-bit software. The 5200 library was ports, but they were quite good ports for its time. But yeah, most of the games were rereleased on other systems since.
  3. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/georgia-becomes-third-state-to-shut-down-jandj-vaccine-site/ar-BB1furcd?li=BBnb7Kz Johnson & Johnson's coronavirus vaccine is facing a double dose of problems. Georgia is the third state to temporarily shut down a vaccine site after eight people suffered adverse reactions to the shot. Earlier this week, 18 people in North Carolina reported side effects, while 11 people in Colorado reacted to the shot with symptoms ranging from dizziness, nausea and fainting. "This is a really potent vaccine, and
  4. Yeah, the controllers had things in 1982 that we take for granted today, like analog control and a pause function.
  5. The troubled controllers and tiny library really killed this one. Otherwise, it was a pretty good "bring the arcade home" type of console for that era.
  6. The problem with a Zelda maker is that dialog is part of the Zelda games, and some enterprising gamemakers will fill it with phrases like "Link sniffs butts," or worse.
  7. No idea, but you just need something that can fit the pins on the chips. A Willem Programmer is just one example.
  8. Willem Programmers are sold through a number of outlets. KEE Electronics is one. Kazzo I think is discontinued, but I'm sure used ones are floating around on EBay. Infinite NES Lives has a new device. StoneAge Gamer has the Retrode. edit: Actually I just remembered the Retrode is only for SNES/Genesis out of the box, so an adapter is needed for NES. Retro Freaks are available through places like Play-Asia. You'll need an NES-to-Fami adapter, as they only have a 60 pin slot.
  9. Heh. Studio I was actually the prototype. That's why they called the production model the "Studio II." RCA might have had issues in their marketing department.
  10. You'll need something like a Willem Programmer with read capabilities. It's either that or using donor boards. If you go that route, you don't necessarily need an Nt Mini (unless you already have one.) A Kazzo, Retrode, or Retro Freak will also work.
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