Ep. 21: May 1982: Fujirun

The hiatus is over. With my new slimmed-down post-production, I now plan to get back to regular episodes. For this one, it’s back to the usual magazine coverage and talk about what’s I’ve been doing in the last year.

Introduction

Source:: Ep. 21: May 1982: Fujirun

      

ANTIC Episode 46 – Tinkle and Poo

In this episode of ANTIC The Atari 8-bit Computer Podcast: Victor Marlin of the Ten Pence Arcade Podcast joins us over Kevin’s pancake breakfast, Bill Kendrick reviews Tempest Elite, and we discuss Tinkle Pit and Uncle Poo. Plus all the Atari news we could find.

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Recurring Links

Floppy Days Podcast

AtariArchives.org

AtariMagazines.com

Kevin’s Book “Terrible Nerd”

New Atari books scans at archive.org

ANTIC feedback at AtariAge

Atari interview discussion thread on AtariAge

ANTIC Facebook Page

AHCS

Eaten By a Grue

What we’ve been up to

News

YouTube videos this month

New at Archive.org

Bill’s Modern Segment

Of the Month

Commercial

Feedback

Possible side effects of listening to the Antic podcast include stuffy nose, sneezing, sore throat; drowsiness, dizziness, feeling nervous; mild nausea, upset stomach, constipation; increased appetite, weight changes; insomnia, decreased sex drive, impotence, or difficulty having an orgasm; dry mouth, intense hate of Commodore, and Amiga lust. Certain conditions apply. Offer good for those with approved credit. Member FDIC. An equal housing lender.

Source:: ANTIC Episode 46 – Tinkle and Poo

      

RCR Episode 159 – Retro Gaming Evolution

Panelists: Paul Hagstrom (hosting), Mark Lemmert, Michael Mulhern, and Carrington Vanston

Host’s Topic: Retro Gaming Evolution

What changes are there in game development with old hardware in a new context? Use modern hardware enhancements? Modern advancements in computer science, user interface, programming environments? To what extent is there still something left to squeeze out of these machines?

Retro Computing News:

Vintage Computer Commercial

Retro Computing Gift Idea:

Auction Picks:

Closing notes:

Feedback/Discussion:

Intro / Closing Song: Back to Oz by John X – link
Show audio files hosted by CyberEars

Listen/Download:

Source:: RCR Episode 159 – Retro Gaming Evolution

      

Amigos Episode 113 – Bad Dudes

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Next Week: Road Rash!

Source:: Amigos Episode 113 – Bad Dudes

      

ANTIC Interview 306 – Dan Reinhart, Yahtman

Dan Reinhart, Yahtman Dan Reinhart published one program for the Atari 8-bit computers: Yahtman, a Yahtzee-style game that was published by Atari Program Exchange. Yahtman first appeared in the winter 1982-1983 APX catalog. This interview took place on August 28, 2017. In it, we discuss Paul Cubbage, whom I previously interviewed. “Paul [Cubbage] had said, ‘You know, you have good potential at this sort of thing but you really need to choose: are you going to keep building earth movers and equipment? Or do you want to live in programming and doing games?’ … And as it turns out, I chickened out.” Download Yahtman from Atarimania Yahtman in the winter 1982-1983 APX catalog Paul Cubbage interview

Source:: ANTIC Interview 306 – Dan Reinhart, Yahtman

      

Geekfest Rants Ep.319: Making of Back to the Future – V – Visitors Figure – Star Wars Disney Comic Adaptation

It’s about time we go Back to the Future with the making of that classic trilogy. Today at GeekFest Rants, Carlos reviews a book all about the Back to the Future Trilogy. From the writing of the script, to the Eric Stoltz casting fiasco, to the groundbreaking special effects and much more.

For our collectibles segment we’ll examine the 12 inch V, Visitors alien doll, a personal Holy Grail in Carlos’ Re-Collecting wish list. And finally we’ll review the latest in the growing line of Star Wars comic book movie adaptations with Disney’s version of the Original Trilogy, the Prequel Trilogy, and The Force Awakens.

Source:: Geekfest Rants Ep.319: Making of Back to the Future – V – Visitors Figure – Star Wars Disney Comic Adaptation

      

Floppy Days 77 – The Commodore Vic-20, Part II

The Commodore Vic-20, Part II

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Links Mentioned in the Show:

New Acquisitions

News

Feedback

Magazines

Books

Software

User Groups and Shows

Modern Upgrades

Connectivity to Modern Computers

Emulation

Community

Web Sites

References

Source:: Floppy Days 77 – The Commodore Vic-20, Part II