In this episode the Telstar Deluxe is examined. Released in 1977 this version of the Telstar featured a pedestal stand and a brown case. In the Canadian market it was known as Video World of Sports. Still has the same three games as the first telstar (Tennis, Hockey and Handball).
Interview with Ian Mavric, TRS-80 Recycler
This is an interview-only episode of Floppy Days. I was able to catch up with someone well-known in the TRS-80 community, Mr. Ian Mavric, or Mav for short. Mav bills himself as a TRS-80 recycler who also sells a lot of upgrades for the TRS-80 line of computers, including the FreHD, hi-res boards, the Quinnterface and others. He’s also a member of the TRS-80 Trash Talk Podcast and writes for the TRS8BIT newsletter. Mav is very active in the TRS-80 community and I was very happy to be able to sit down with him and talk about everything in which he’s involved.
- Mav’s web site – http://ianmav.customer.netspace.net.au/trs80/
- To order FreHD parts – http://ianmav.customer.netspace.net.au/trs80/emulator
- To order FreHD Clearly Superior sets – http://ianmav.customer.netspace.net.au/clearlysuperior/
- TRS-80 Model 4 Hi-Res boards – http://ianmav.customer.netspace.net.au/hires/hires.htm
- Fred Vecoven, Inventor of FreHD – http://www.vecoven.com/trs80/trs80.html
Mav can be found on the following internet Tech Forums:
- VCFEDs TRS-80 Forum – http://www.vcfed.org/forum/forumdisplay.php?46-Tandy-Radio-Shack
- Yahoo TRS-80 Group – https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/TRS-80/info
- Yahoo TRS-80 Club Group – https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/trs80club/info
- Usenet comp.sys.tandy – https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/comp.sys.tandy
- Mav writes a quarterly column in TRS8Bit Newsletter – http://trs-80.org.uk/index.html
Sites which may interest TRS-80 Purists:
- SYDTRUG – Sydney TRS-80 User’s Group – http://sydtrug.org/
- Pascal Holdry’s TRS-80 en France – http://prof-80.fr/
- Ira Goldlkang’s TRS-80.Com – http://www.trs-80.com/wordpress/
- TRS-80 Trash Talk Podcast – http://www.trs80trashtalk.com/
As Adam recovers from surgery, he has been watching a lot of TV. Get caught up on some of the latest shows like Room 104, Vice Principals, Castlevania, and Game of Thrones and some movies like The Great Lebowski, Robocop and The Kingsman.
Source:: Episode 73 – Movie/TV Reviews
Hey everyone, “Mr. Sensational” Gino Vega here, back with Episode 2 of the Summer Series Of The “Mr. Sensational” Gino Vega Podcast on the I See Robots Radio Network!
This episode I kick things off by telling a tale that I forgot to tell the last time around and then it’s on to the feature portion of the show where I compare two really off the wall Hip-Hop Ventures, One by Dee Dee Ramone the other by Hall Of Fame Wrestler/Human Randy Macho Man Savage.
Unlike that TV show Seinfeld, the MSGV Podcast really IS a show about nothing!
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Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s SNOKIE, the 1983 action-packed platform game from FunSoft, Inc. Link: Forum 64/Protovision Game Competition Link: Rescuing Orc Download ringtones from the game HERE. iTunes | RSS | Facebook | Twitter […]
Source:: Sprite Castle 038: Snokie
Robert Anschuetz, Eric Anschuetz, John Weisgberber, Antic magazine games Robert Anschuetz, Eric Anschuetz, and John Weisgberber are childhood friends who published three games in Antic magazine: Kooky’s Quest was published in the February 1985 issue; Overflow in July 1985; and Robot Dungeon was the “disk bonus” in the November 1985 issue. They also wrote several other games in Atari BASIC — some of which they submitted to Compute! and A.N.A.L.O.G. Computing magazines – that went unpublished. Fast forward to August 2017, when the three posted on the AtariAge forum: “We are now releasing all of these games to the Public Domain … These are not new games, but they are new to the Atari 8-Bit community. Many of these games really pushed the envelope at the time for what could be done in Atari BASIC, including bi-directional smooth scrolling, assembly language subroutines, parallax scrolling, cut scenes, attract modes, display-list tricks, interleaved-displays, etc.” In addition to releasing their games — some for the first time — the group wrote a new article describing how they got together as a team to write these programs, along with game instructions and development notes. I wanted to find out more, so we got together for a four-way interview over Skype. If you want to see our talking heads, there’s a “>video version of this interview. This interview took place on August 4, 2017. The first voice you’ll hear after mine is Robert Anschuetz. Teaser quotes: “It was just a small little corner of the page that says ‘Disk Bonus — Robot Dungeon’. We didn’t subscribe to the disk bonus of Antic. So luckily we saw that or else we never would have known it was published.” “One thing about this experience of working together on these games, it’s very multi-disciplinary, and it’s all about collaboration.” “>Video of this interview Anschuetz/Weisgberber games and article
Hey kids! Thanks for stopping by. We have a super fun show ahead of us this week. We start off with some talk about the summer heat and the Schulz Ice Arena here in Santa Rosa and then we listen to a answering machine message that A.B Silver left for me. It’s super weird and then me and Emily talk about the call
From there we talk about a movie I saw called Atomic Blonde, I’ll tell you what I liked and what I didn’t like. It’s more like than dislike. There is a lot of fun stuff in here..
For the final segment we talk a bit about Archie and The Three Coolest People In Santa Rosa as well as some Comic Book Speculation. I’ll tell you a book that I think you should pick up..
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“One of the best time travel movies you’ve never seen”? Yeah, I’d say that’s about right. It’s Timescape or Grand Tour: Disaster in Time. Listen, right click and download, or find us on Itunes or Stitcher.
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Source:: CCCM – Grand Tour: Disaster In Time
Next Week: AMIGATHON 2017!
Source:: Amigos Episode 107 – Qwak
Well, well – we’re back after a summer holiday (of sorts) Has the evil Dr Micro poisoned the test tubes with cranberry juice and have the annoyed looking tomatoes cheered up yet? Flop, float and jump your way thru this simple platformer to absolute boredom! Yay. Hmmm.
What We’ve Been Up To Since The Last Podcast – 0m 0s
Arcade News – 18m 20s
Pickups – 35m 4s
French Biscuit Mini Review – 36m 14s
Victorian Insults – 40m 14s
Feedback – 42m 27s
Shout Outs! – 48m 15s
Tech Tips – 54m 5s
Top 100 Games List – 59m 12s
Double Dragon Intro Theme On Cool Stringy Instruments! – 1h 4m 7s
Featured Game Review – 1h 6m 39s
Arcade Ports – 1h 31m 43s
Next Show’s Game – 1h 39m 19s
Info On Upcoming Top 50 Best Arcade Games Podcast – 1h 41m 6s
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Dr Micro Flyer (front)
Dr Micro Flyer (back)
HCG 101 Dr MIcro
Rcade Radio Podcast
rel=”noopener noreferrer”>Darksoft Taito F3 Multi Board Video
Raiders Of The Lost Arcades Article
Williams Predators Prototype At CAX
Walking Dead Acade Cabinet Unboxing
rel=”noopener noreferrer”>Namco Museum For Nintendo Switch
More Polybius Nonsense
Game Music Gaiden Podcast
RGDS Do 1984 With Our Shaun
Arcade Event 2nd Sept Cambridge Computer Museum
DR MICRO SCOREBOARD:
Chris MoonCrestaBootleg 672,530
Ian Cullen 374,350
Nik Silver Smurfer 315,140
Ben of Steel 227,510
Sal Bugliarisi 178,000
Mark Happydude 498,120
Neil 20to5 139,570
Steve Tyke 134,000
Brian Hambo 131,980
Tactical Genius 131,510
Paul Guy 84,550
Ross Ross 64,410
Stacey King 38,760
Mark Clayton 19,650
Edd Horse 13,710
Karl Parry 11,780
Silver Smurfette 3,300
NEXT SHOW’S GAME:
Mega Twins, by Capcom 1990
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Lives = 2
Difficulty = 4
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Source:: Podcast 91 – Dr Micro