The FujiNet is a very cool peripheral available for 8-bit Atari systems.
Somewhere along the way, I learned of the ability to telnet over the FujiNet.
The requirements are simple:
For the first requirement, I have a FujiNet device.
For …Continue reading
As I mentioned in my previous update, my Vizio TV does not like the UAV's composite output: the 5200's output is very jumpy. The 2600's output is not solid either, but it acts differently from the 5200.
Since completing the UAV & power mods on my 5200, I have noticed that the 5200's video output is very jumpy on my Vizio D43fx-F4 TV. I took a slow-motion-video that demonstrates the problem.
I have learned that Vizio TVs often have trouble with the composite output produced by the UAV …Continue reading
Recently, a friend came over and we modified his spare 4-port 5200 with both the power mod and UAV (composite only), and the only thing we didn't finish was soldering the UAV onto the 4050. The results on his system were pretty good, and they gave me the confidence to …Continue reading
A while ago, I bought the excellent Incognito for my 800 and installed it into my system. I have used it mostly for cartridge emulation, but recently my children have started to program the 800 in Atari BASIC, so I needed to come up with a better way to save …Continue reading
The Atari 2600 and 5200 game systems are my all-time favorites -- the 2600 because the games are so simple, and it is simply amazing what developers have done with the meager resources available on that system. The 5200 because those are the games I remember. To me, the 5200 versions …Continue reading
My journey started 10-15 years ago, when I bought an XEGS from an eBay seller. I have used that XEGS as a cartridge console gamine system, with classic favorites such as Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man, Defender, Joust, and of course Missile Command. Until recently, this was my only Atari system.