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Kyphus by Apollo

October 20, 2020 2600 Game by Game

Hi everyone, today we are looking at an unfinished prototype by Apollo called Kyphus. It’s not really playable, but there is some interesting stuff to go into. And I apologize for posting the wrong date for feedback on Facebook and Twitter, if you didn’t get your feedback in for Kyphus …


Ep. 24: Jul 1982: Typo Attack

October 20, 2020 Wade Ripowski

Just a regular ol’ episode talking about magazines, learning typing during the pandemic, and if we’ve finally seen the end of creepy William Shatner ads for the VIC-20. Magazines Atari 8-bit magazines iCompute! Compute #26 Fred D’Ignazio interview on the ANTIC Podcast Inverse …


Episode 182 – updates, acquisitions , games, and news

October 18, 2020 CoCoTALK!

Episode 182 – updates,  acquisitions , games, and news Episode 182 of CoCoTalk! brings us updates and acquisitions from the panel, game on results for the week playing Shock Trooper, Game On news, more regular news, and so much more!   …

Retro Computing Roundtable

RCR Episode 222: Second Computers

October 18, 2020 Retro Computing Roundtable

Panelists: Paul Hagstrom (hosting), Quinn Dunki, Jack Nutting, Carrington Vanston… and (eventually) Michael Mulhern Topic: Second computers What was your second computer? How did lessons learned with your first affect your choice of second? Topic/Feedback links: Cool-Retro-Term C64 mini monitor 3D printed Building a 3270 terminal controller Intel MDS …


RMC Episode 546: PandeMacs

October 17, 2020 retromaccast

James and John discuss eBay finds: first Macworld issue, Macintosh Classic, and prototype PowerBook. They trace the history of Widgets through DAs, and news includes the 9th anniversary of Steve Jobs’ death, Apple Event announced, pandemic uses for old Macs, and more NanoRaptor creations. To see all …


S6E01 Broderbund Bank Street Writer

October 11, 2020 Inverse ATASCII

Podcast: Download This episode features Bank Street Writer, originally released in 1982 by Broderbund. It was a beginners word processor.  It was developed by Intentional Software, Bank Street College of Education and Franklin E. Smith, with the Atari version being credited to Charles Olson Jr. Intro music is an excerpt …


Video episode 181

October 11, 2020 CoCoTALK!

We’re back with the world’s leading live Color Computer talk show, and this week we’ll talk about the C-64, just kidding! This… is… CoCoTALK! …