#LotusSTE: FINAL RELEASE 1.0 DOWNLOAD COMING THIS WEEKEND!. We'd be grateful for RT's, FB posts, blog posts, forum posts etc so that we can get this game into the hands of as many STE fans as possible! Thanks for your support!
We're shipping a large batch of @TheRetroHQ#AtariJaguar GameDrives today! Pictured below is the boxed version, but you can also purchase the Jaguar GameDrive without a box. Get on our waiting list here:
I had an absolute blast hanging out with @TheRetroHQ! We talked about his storied history in the game world, his GameDrives and tons of other nerdiness. It's available as a video and everywhere audio podcasts are found:
It's finally here! My very first instructional video on how you can make your own game boxes. Please bear with mumbling me, I hope the content gets across anyway and isn't too boring. #retrogaming#commodore
I've been helping to test the upcoming JagCD support for the RetroHQ JaguarGD flashcart. Now it's at the point where it's mostly working @TheRetroHQ very kindly gave me permission to put a video together. So here it is.
Contributing to the #MiSTerFPGA can feel daunting, but there are many files that require little technical knowledge. Particularly, MRA files. Once you have your edit done, you need to make a pull request in GitHub. Here's how:
Today I'm talking about my EVERDRIVE & Flash Cart Collection (SNES, N64, SegaCD, Game Boy, NEOGEO, Genesis, etc) - WATCH >> youtu.be/TmIQe3kqG8w - What Everdrive / Flash carts do you use in your game room?
More fun with CD emulation on the JagGD today. More games now *beginning* to boot. Still plenty of issues to iron out, but things are progressing. CD audio still being weird, even though it's sortof working....
I've done some handy things on the JagGD in the last few days. I now have a virtual com port which spews out debug logs from the cart in real-time. Bloody awesome! And I now have Blue Lightening running on CD as well, although not entirely stable and without CD audio!
want to support DIY semiconductor fab efforts? I’m selling a homemade chip from the first batch. I gave a few to close friends & family, you will have 1 of <10 out there. Lots of tools and parts to buy, your money will be well spent!!