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Marty 4h
Plus/4. Dead board, trying RAM chips using piggyback method.
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ᄃӨᄂӨПΣᄂ FΛᄂᄃӨП 8h
ᕼIᔕTOᖇY Oᖴ ᐯIᗪEO GᗩᗰIᑎG It was 1993 when released their Amiga CD32. Did you know it was code-named "Spellbound"?! Who wants this or has one?
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svenpetersen1965 Jul 19
Something for the user port...
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Brendan Smith 1h
Great to see artifacts incl Pet microcomputer from Computer&Communications Museum at Insight ⁦⁩,feature on ’s great documentary ‘50 years-To the Moon & Back’ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Mark Jul 19
I bought and fitted a new keyboard membrane for my amiga 500. It fixed most keys except these. Any ideas?
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C64 Timeline 12h
Rampage (1987) Published by Activision/Bally Midway Developed by Software Studios, Catalyst Coders
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8bit Jul 17
make great again
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Nick Jenkin 13h
AMIGA : Cabal - with Commentary !! - It's open warfare yet again... with a silly walk thrown in for good measure. 😃🕹
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VG RetroDeals UK 10h
THEC64 Mini Console 64 built-in games included 🔥🔗
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Mark Wall 🇮🇪 Jul 12
The 80s are calling: Commodore 64 gets a remake - -
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Ed Murdoch Jul 12
Watching the 65 minute load bar to play Choplifter.
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Sean Harrington Jul 18
keyboard wedge & Kernal switcher combo board with breakaway tabs, all through-hole components for DIY users. Still in rev 0.2 for testing, but hoping to use it to toggle our VIC-II2 NTSC/PAL switcher through keyboard.
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Brandkloud Jul 16
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Mingo Jul 20
C64 Graphic - The Mighty Hunter Mistress by Facet of Genesis Project released at Solskogen 2019 -
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C64 Timeline Jul 20
The Staff of Karnath (1984) Published by Ultimate Developed by Dave Thomas
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South West Retro Computing Archive Jul 20
Today’s is a set of consoles originating from micros ... but which will you keep, which will you gift to a friend and which will you delete from history?
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Boris Kretzinger Jul 20
On my way to HQ, listening to music like it's 2004 with this player. It sports some meager 256 MB of storage, but that's enough for one and a half hour of music. Maybe more if you don't care for quality.
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RetroCompStuff Jul 19
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Rod Hull - www.tfw8b.com Jul 19
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Marty Jul 19
Replying to @KutilDomaci
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