An archive of phreak programs for Atari, Commodore, Tandy and more.
A company that makes and sells components, new hardware, and software for classic 8-bit computers.
27 year old Atari company. Specializing in replacement parts and accessories for all consumer based Atari game systems and computers.
Someone fed ROM dumps from a couple of Atari games into distellamap and generated maps of function calls, with sprite dumps. Amazing, how simple games were back then...
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A website at which you can register the serial number and any notes about your Commodore 64. Geek fun at its greatest.
An archive of chiptunes ripped from keygen software, cracks, game trainers, demos, and intros. Sometimes this music is better than that of the game itself.
A wiki dedicated to the Commodore-64 home computer.
The archive of 80's and 90's computer magazines of all sorts and kinds, brought to you by archive.org. Including some you've probably never heard of but might want to peruse out of curiosity or a sense of nostalgia.
A public archive of Atari history, including games, documentation, and user magazines from days gone by.
Piskel is an online, opensource (https://github.com/juliandescottes/piskel) pixel art and animated game sprite editor in the 8bit style. By manipulating discrete pixels in your web browser you can draw and animate c64 and nintendo style sprites, preview the animation, export them to animated gif files, and download them to incorporate into your own games.
An /*duino/i shield which emulates an MOS 6581... the SID chip.
A website which is an online 8-bit art studio. Draw pixel art in your web browser, and download it as image files for later!
A blog about classic games and science fiction, with a fair amount of interactive fiction stuff thrown in.
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