Lately one of my goals has been to collect some of the less common computers and consoles from the early 1980s. Recently I picked up a boxed Dick Smith Wizzard/ Creativision console. The box was a bit beat up, but inside the console itself was in excellent condition. I didn’t manage to
A fellow retro enthusiast picked up a whole bunch of stuff recently, and in it were some Spectravideo bits and pieces. I am looking for this type of gear, so took it off his hands. Unfortunately no computers or games themselves, but a 903 Tape drive, RF modulator, 318 user
There are many very good options to transfer Atari ST images to an actual Atari ST using devices like a HXC Floppy Disk Emulator or an Ultrasatan. However I wanted to transfer a few games to floppy disk using items I had on hand. This post explains how I achieved this.
Almost obsessively I try to ensure that I can get the best output from all of my micro computers & consoles. More often than not this involves an RGB connection. The CoCo3 has an RGB output via a connector, although some effort is required to use it. As indicated, the
I recently picked up a BBC Micro to go along with my BBC Master Compact. The success rate for working floppy disks was quite low, so a much better modern option is the use of a flash drive. A seller on eBay, ctorwy31 sells some MMC Flash drive kit on eBay.