Nadav Caine, Mathematic-Tac-Toe

Nadav Caine, Mathematic-Tac-Toe

Nadav Caine published one program for the Atari computer: Mathematic-Tac-Toe. This educational program first appeared in the winter 1982-1983 APX catalog.

This interview took place on March 17, 2017.

Teaser quotes:

“Look, my game’s lousy. I’m embarrassed even to have a conversation about it.”

“All education is self-education. I don’t think teachers put knowledge in your head.”

Mathematic-Tac-Toe at AtariMania

Mathematic-Tac-Toe in the winter 1982-1983 APX catalog

Source:: Nadav Caine, Mathematic-Tac-Toe

      

S02E06: The A’s Have It

Brought to you by the letter A, this episode will focus on the theme music to seven series, each from a different decade from the 1950s up to the present, and all of them with titles beginning with A. Here are the series included in this episode:

THE ABBOTT AND COSTELLO SHOW
(1952-1954)
[1952-1953 opening titles]
[1953-1954 opening titles]

ADAM-12
(1968-1975)
[1968-1969 opening titles]
[1969-1970 opening titles]

-Commercial Break-

ALL IN THE FAMILY
(1971-1979)
[January 1971-September 1971 opening titles]
[September 1971-1975 opening titles]
[1975-1978 opening titles]
[1978-1979 opening titles]
[1971-1979 closing titles]

ALF
(1986-1990)
[1986-1988 opening titles]
[1988-1990 opening titles]

ALLY McBEAL
(1997-2002)
[1997-2002 opening titles]

-Commercial Break-

ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT
(2003-2006; 2013)
[2003-2005/2013 opening titles]
[2003-2006/2013 closing titles]

THE AMERICANS
(2013-present)
[2013-present opening and closing titles]

Also included is bonus theme music to FRACTURED FAIRY TALE and PEABODY’S IMPROBABLE HISTORY (both segments of ROCKY & HIS FRIENDS/THE BULLWINKLE SHOW), DRAGNET ’67-’70, MAUDE, THE JEFFERSONS, ARCHIE BUNKER’S PLACE, GLORIA, THE CRITIC, NORTHERN EXPOSURE, and DEADWOOD. And I’ve included vintage promos for many of the series featured in this episode, as well as some ads that my podcasting friends provided to me to promote their own great podcasts; be sure to check them out.

Many, many thanks to Zerbinator for his continued support. His encouragement and expertise are very much appreciated by me. You can find all of his fun-to-listen-to podcasts here, including my favorite, “Please Stand By.” And I’d also like especially to thank him for providing the opening and closing theme music for Tube Tunes; all of his fantastic music can be found here. And, again, thanks are in order for him for providing TUBE TUNES with the “We’ll Be Right Back” drops heard during the podcast. Thanks, Burford.

I would also like to again thank Rob “Flack” O’Hara and Sean Johnson for adding TUBE TUNES to The Throwback Network. It’s a great place to find just about any retro-themed podcast you can think of. Please check out the network here.

I also need to thank the Free Music Archive for the following musical artists and songs that were used in this episode under the Creative Commons License: “Jingle Time” and “Smiling Cars” by David Szestay, “Maybe” and “So Far So Close” by Jahzzer, and “Little Tomcat (Instrumental Version)” by Josh Woodward.

Finally, my thanks to Ferg of The Atari 2600 Game by Game Podcast. His inspiration and dedication to covering every game cartridge ever made for the Atari 2600 (I think over 1000 of them!) is what gave me the courage to begin this podcast. And his continued support and promotion of TUBE TUNES on his excellent podcast is greatly appreciated by yours truly. Please, check out his podcast, even if you’re not an Atari 2600 collector; or at least visit his website here.

Next Episode: “S02E07: Please ‘B’ Mine” (available March 2017)

Source:: S02E06: The A’s Have It

      

Amigos Podcast Episode 86 – Sid Meier’s Pirates!

Download Mp3 (right-click and Save As)

“>Watch us play it!

Thanks to our supporters: Alan Kebab, David McCrandles, Gary Hucker, Will Williams, Ravi Abbott, Kim Tommy Humbortstad, Josh Nan, Jason Warnes, Lane, Eric Nelson, Graham W Wöbcke, Paul Harrington, Rob O’Hara,, Laurent Giroud, Jonas Rullo, Kolbjørn Barmen, Tapes From the Crypt, Adam Bradley,Chris Foulds, Daniel Bengston, O’Brien’s Retro and Vintage, Chad Halstead, and Brent Doughty!
Special thanks to Zeusdaz, World of Longplays, and Retro Gameplay Channel for in-game footage!
Much more at EverythingAmiga.com.

Next Week: Amiga Arcade Spectacular 2!

Source:: Amigos Podcast Episode 86 – Sid Meier’s Pirates!

      

ANTIC Interview 273 – Bob Woolley, Atari 1200XL hardware hacker

Bob Woolley, Atari 1200XL hardware hacker

Bob Woolley has been upgrading and modifying Atari 8-bit computers — primarily the 1200XL — since it was released. His hardware products include video output improvements, keyboard repairs, built-in CompactFlash cards, a dual-ANTIC computer, and a parallel bus interface for the 1200XL. Bob was editor of Atari Classics magazine from approximately 1994-1997. He is still active in the San Leandro Computer Club and on the AtariAge forums.

This interview took place on March 14, 2017.

“I actually use the Atari as my computer. I couldn’t write any code on one of my PCs. Whereas if I’m going to write code, I do it on the Atari.”

Bob on AtariAge

San Leandro Computer Club

Atari Classics Magazine

A Parallel Bus Interface for your 1200XL

1200XL Keyboard Tune-up

Source:: ANTIC Interview 273 – Bob Woolley, Atari 1200XL hardware hacker

      

The Toys R Us Report Ep.112: Who’s Who In The DC Comics Universe: Killer Frost plus King Kong

Hey kids! Thanks for stopping by. We have a super fun show ahead of us this week. We start off with a neat scene where me and Iceberg 13 play Burger-Time on The Jupiter Bases’ new Multicade. You don’t want to miss Iceberg’s tips for success at the game. Dude is a great video gamer.

From there we move onto At The Movies where I share my thoughts on King-Kong: Skull Island and right after that it’s the meat and potatoes of the show.. Who’s Who In The DC Comics Universe: Killer Frost. In that segment you learn everything you’d want to know about Firestorm Villian and CW’s The Flash team Doctor, Killer Frost. It’s both fun and informative..

In the final segment I breakdown a fun giveaway we’re doing where you can retweet the link to this episode over on the official IseeRobots Radio Twitter account for a chance to win a sweet pair of Walking Dead Minimates!

Make sure to hop on over to Support The Report and check out how you can get the ISR Supertape VHS Tape! While helping to support the show. Man, we need all the help that we can get.

Also hop on over to VirtualDirtmall.com The ISR Superstore and take care of some of your Retro Junk Shopping needs while also supporting The Toys R Us Report.

Source:: The Toys R Us Report Ep.112: Who’s Who In The DC Comics Universe: Killer Frost plus King Kong

      

Podcast 81.5: Timewarp Arcade Visit

TIMESTAMP:
What we’ve been up to since the last podcast – 0m 0s
Timewarp Arcade Walkround – 03m 7s
More of what we’ve been up to – 23m 10s
Arcade News – 36m 33s


LINKS:
“>Arcade Club Floor 2 video
Timewarp Arcade Facebook Page
Museum of Games and Gaming
Monaco GP TTL game reprogrammed on FPGA board. Amazing.
Tamba arcade opens on the isle of Jersey.
Vertigo Arcade opens in the Trocadero 5D World.
Eugene Jarvis waxes lyrical about the current arcade scene.
Soviet Union Arcade vid
Arcade Expo 3, 17 – 19th March, Museum of Pinball, Banning CA.
RGDS Podcast – Best Game of 1981
Retro Games Night at The Batcave


Check the 10p High Score League Table


(STILL) NEXT SHOW’S GAME:
Metal Slug X, 1999 SNK.
Default settings, which are Lives: 3, Difficulty: 4, Time: 60, Play Manual: On. NO CONTINUES!

Submit your score on Twitter with #10pScore, or on Facebook as a comment on our podcast post. Pictures please!

Source:: Podcast 81.5: Timewarp Arcade Visit