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 Post subject: Atari 2600 flash cart
PostPosted: Tue Oct 19, 2004 5:07 am 
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http://vgwiz.com/ released their flash cart for the atari 2600, looks pretty cool.

Doesn't look like it would support every game, but I'd bet it runs the vast majority of them.

I don't know if anyone else here is interested in that old system. Myself, I've pretty much always had one (originally as an expansion for the Coleco), I've got about 200 carts for it now. I wrote a very simple program for it once.

I got one of vgwiz's 8kB EPROM carts a while back. Good cart, unfortunately my EPROM emulator doesn't cooperate with the system very well, it puts tons of noise in the video signal (does this on my NES too, but not as badly). Haven't tried correcting that yet.


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 23, 2004 10:18 pm 
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all it needs to do is support synthcart... then it will really drive my ambition to create custom beats :x

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I think it would support synthcart, it was a standard size I think. I dunno if a ROM is available for that, though.


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Memblers wrote:
I think it would support synthcart, it was a standard size I think. I dunno if a ROM is available for that, though.


no the rom size is too large for that cart...

you could use it for the sequncer cart and make a multicart....

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The 2600 was my first console gaming system. The NES was my second. I wish the NES-scene had as many homebrew games fully burned to carts with labels, boxes, etc.


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