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 Post subject: Wonderful Atari 8-Bit Games, Vol. 3
PostPosted: Tue Nov 11, 2014 12:55 pm 

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Wonderful Atari 8-Bit Games, Vol. 3
November 11, 2014

I'm finished with my third compilation of games for the AtariMax 8Mbit flashcart. The last two compilations (Wonderful Atari 8-Bit Games, Vol. 1 and Vol. 2) were released on July 7, 2010 and January 22, 2014, respectively.

"Wonderful Atari 8-Bit Games, Vol. 1" is available here:

http://www.atarimax.com/flashcart/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=973

"Wonderful Atari 8-Bit Games, Vol. 2" is available here:

http://www.atarimax.com/flashcart/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=1466

Like the first two compilations, this third compilation has been created for use with my unmodified NTSC Atari 130XE. It has been tested to work with that hardware, but most (all?) games should work with a machine with less memory. A few of these games are PAL, but they work fine on NTSC hardware except for the normal faster play speed. There is only one game, "Batty Builders," that some may find too fast to play. I like this game at this faster speed, but some people find it too hard to play on NTSC machines.

Although this is the first time I've released Volume 3, I have two previous incarnations of this volume that were for personal use during testing purposes. For this reason, this is actually released at Volume 3.2. Don't let that confuse you, as you didn't miss version 3.0 and 3.1-- they each had some non-working games on them.

This compilation has the following 52 games on it:

Wonderful Atari 8-Bit Games, Vol. 3.2
Compiled February 10, 2014
Mod to 3.1 on Oct. 21, 2014, Mod to 3.2 on Oct. 24, 2014
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01) 3D Tic-Tac-Toe (1979)(Atari)

02) Alpha Shield (1983)(Sirius Software)

03) Asteroids (1981)(Atari)

04) Batty Builders (1983)(English Software Company)

05) Blueprint (1982)(CBS Software) - 5200 Version

06) Boulder Dash II (1985)(First Star Software)

07) Clowns and Balloons (1982)(Datamost) - Joystick or Paddles

08) Crossfire (1981)(Sierra On-Line)

09) Cubico (2005)(Flop Magazine #49)

10) Diamond Mine (1983)(Roklan Corp.)

11) Dimension X (1984)(Synapse Software)

12) Drol (1983)(Brøderbund Software)

13) Electrician (1984)(Synapse Software)

14) Fantastic Voyage (1982)(Sirius Software)

15) Food Fight (1987)(Atari)

16) Fort Apocalypse (1982)(Synapse Software)

17) Ghostbusters (1984)(Activision)

18) Gunfight (1983)(Epyx)

19) Hot Lips (1982)(London Software)

20) Hover Bovver (1984)(Llamasoft)

21) Juice! (1983)(Tronix Software)

22) Jr. Pac-Man (1984)(Atari) - 5200 Version

23) Marauder, Stage 1:Stratos (1982)(Sierra On-Line)

24) Marauder, Stage 2:Marauder(1982)(Sierra On-Line)

25) Master of the Lamps (1985)(Activision)

26) Midnight Magic (2012)(Glenn Axworthy and Avery Lee) [VCS Port]

27) Moon Shuttle (1983)(Datamost)

28) Mountain King (1983)(CBS Software)

29) Mr. Do! (1983)(Datasoft)

30) Mr. Do's Castle (1984)(Parker Bros.)

31) Ms. Pac-Man (1983)(Atari)

32) Necromancer (1982)(Synapse Software)

33) O'riley's Mine (1983)(Datasoft)

34) Orc Attack (1983)(Thorn EMI)

35) Pac-Man (1982)(Atari)

36) Pac-Man "Arcade" (2012)("tep392")

37) Picnic Paranoia (1982)(Synapse Software)

38) Preppie! II (1983)(Adventure International)

39) Protector (1981)(Synapse Software)

40) Protector II (1982)(Synapse Software)

41) Q*Bert (1983)(Parker Brothers)

42) Repton (1983)(Sirius Software)

43) Satan's Hollow (1982)(CBS Software) - Finished Proto

44) Serpentine (1982)(Brøderbund Software)

45) Shamus: Case II (1983)(Synapse Software)

46) Space Invaders (1980)(Atari)

47) Super Pac-Man (1984)(Atari) - 5200 Version

48) Tree Surgeon (1982)(Western Technologies)

49) Up Up and Away (1983)(Starcade Software)

50) Up'n Down (1984)(Sega)

51) Xagon (1983)(David Pentecost)

52) YOOMP! (2008)(Zukowski, Sychowicz, et all) - NTSC/PAL Version


I've attached a file to this posting called "Wonderful Atari 8-Bit Games, Vol 3-2 (AtariMax 8Mb FlashCart).zip." The files included in the archive are:

1) Read Me.txt - A file describing the contents of the archive.

2) Wonderful Atari 8-Bit Games, Vol 3-2.atr - ATR image suitable for use with an Atari MaxFlash 8Mbit cartridge.

3) Wonderful Atari 8-Bit Games, Vol 3-2.mcw - Maxflash Cartridge Sudio workbook suitable for use with an Atari MaxFlash 8Mbit cartridge. This is included in case the user wants to modify the games included in this compilation.

4) Wonderful Atari 8-Bit Games, Vol 3-2.rtf - A listing of the 52 games included on the cartridge.

5) Directory called "All Games in this Compilation" - All 52 of the files that are included on this AtariMax 8Mbit FlashCart games compilation are available in this directory as separate files of various sorts, including ATR, ROM, and XEX files. These files will allow the user to use just a few of the files in their own compilation if they choose to make their own ATR or workbook.

I'd be interested to hear any feedback about trouble that anyone may encounter.

Thanks for looking... and...

Enjoy!


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 Post subject: Re: Wonderful Atari 8-Bit Games, Vol. 3
PostPosted: Thu Jun 30, 2016 8:58 am 

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Thanks for these! Saves me a lot of time!


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rockymtnbri wrote:
Thanks for these! Saves me a lot of time!


Same here! Thanks atrionfo.


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 Post subject: Re: Wonderful Atari 8-Bit Games, Vol. 3
PostPosted: Wed Aug 09, 2017 9:35 am 

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Rozier wrote:
rockymtnbri wrote:
Thanks for these! Saves me a lot of time!


Same here! Thanks atrionfo.


I'm glad other people get to use these compilations of games. They were fun to create, and they're even more fun to use!

Adam


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