Schlagwort-Archive: Atari

Der Atari auf dem Weg zum PC – BlindGerMan – RETROpulsiv 11.0 (Augsburg)

Herwig „BlindGerMan“ Solf hielt, auf der RETROpulsiv 11.0, die am 24. und 25. März 2018 in Augsburg, an der Fakultät für Informatik, stattfand, einen Vortrag zum Thema „Der Atari auf dem Weg zum PC„. Durch die 68K Verwandschaft zum Amiga findet sich auch hier einiges an Hardware, die vom XT bis zum 386er reicht.

Video: Dad Plays Atari E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial

Dad doesn’t like the Grand Theft Auto games the kids are playing, so he breaks out the old Atari 2600 and E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial.

Retro: die Bahn

Eigentlich sollte die Bahn Retrocomputing betreiben – C64 oder Atari wären genau richtig für diesen Laden. Zumindest entspräche das ihrem Zeitgeist. Denn wenn nix klappt, dann weiß auch keiner warum – so wie in den frühen Tagen des Computerentdeckens.

Retro: die Bahn weiterlesen

Rob Hubbard Kickstarter – Last Few Days!

The official Rob Hubbard Kickstarter has reached its final week. The campaign is now in stretch goal mode and heading for an exciting conclusion.

If the music of Rob Hubbard has ever made you happy then backing Project Hubbard is a great opportunity to say THANK YOU to the legendary composer!

You can pledge for the hardback book Rob Hubbard – The Official Reference, new SID and remix music, a Rob Hubbard game cartridge, and much more! The top goal is an 8bit music concert with the London Symphony Orchestra!

Dr Rob Hubbard is best known for his Commodore 64 SID work, but he also composed music for the ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, PC, NES, Mega Drive/Genesis, Amiga, ST, 3DO and SNES. He is also an orchestrator, and prolific live performer. Rob is fully involved with the Kickstarter and getting back into the studio!

Here’s a message from Rob:

For more information visit the Kickstarter page: Project Hubbard

Also on Twitter @C64audio and facebook.com/projecthubbard

The Kickstarter organiser has also created a series of blogs about Rob and his music which can be found here: https://c64audio.com/blogs/kickstarter-news

Video: Amazing Atari 8-bit Art – Part 3

This video features 100 more amazing pieces of pixel art from the Atari 8-bit range of computers. The POKEY music used in this video comes from the following games: Crypts of Egypt, Marbled, Mental Age, Megalithic Llamas and Milk Race.

Video: Amazing Atari 8-bit Art – Part 2

This video features 100 more amazing pieces of pixel art from the Atari 8-bit range of computers. The POKEY music used in this video comes from the following games: Grand Prix Simulator, H3x0r, Jet Set Willy, Lemmings, The Last V8 and Mindblast.

Video: Amazing Atari 8-bit Art – Part 1

This video features 100 amazing pieces of pixel art from the Atari 8-bit range of computers. The POKEY music used in this video comes from the following games: Helicops, Ballblazer, Draconus, The Extirpator and Loops DX.

Atari hat wohl was vor… AtariBox!!!

Mehr demnächst via AtariBox!

Review: Tempest 2000 (Angespielt! #172)

Der Retroluzzer spielt Tempest 2000 auf dem Atari Jaguar.