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Retrochallenge 2016/01: Final Post

(This is part six of the chronicle of my Retrochallenge 2016/01 submission, which is to port some classic Star Trek text games to the Mattel Aquarius. 260 more words

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Study on Video Signals

Last week I bring a visit to a friend of my who have a Textronic 2225 Scoop. I want to study the signals of the composite video so I borrow this scoop. 267 more words

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Retrochallenge In A Day, Sort Of

I began this day intending to start and finish my Retrochallenge for Winter 2016.  Of course given the on-going saga of my working and then not so much working Epson PF-10 portable floppy disk drive units, it would have fallen to virgin readers only to be amazed by my expeditious achievements. 469 more words

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Retrochallenge 2016/01: Post 5

(This is part five of the chronicle of my Retrochallenge 2016/01 submission, which is to port some classic Star Trek text games to the Mattel Aquarius. 177 more words

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Finding a good working old (Game)Computer.

Last week a search at the attick to find some nice and working old style computers. I know I have some stuff like the NewBrain, Commandore-64, ZX-Timex, Oric-1, and some TV-Tennis Game console’s like the Tokyo, Radotin, Conic and the Videopac-G7000. 127 more words

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Retrochallenge 2016/01: Post 4

(This is part four of the chronicle of my Retrochallenge 2016/01 submission, which is to port some classic Star Trek text games to the Mattel Aquarius. 785 more words

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Retrochallenge 2016/01: Post 3

(This is part three of the chronicle of my Retrochallenge 2016/01 submission, which is to port some classic Star Trek text games to the Mattel Aquarius. 830 more words

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