How to take apart an Atari 5200 cartridge.
An online retailer that sells hard to find parts, upgrades, new peripherals, and software for 8-bit computers, including Commodore, Atari, Apple, and some consoles.
Welcome to the Atari FTP Archive! We're glad to see you enjoy the best computer ever. We are striving to archive as much atari/8bit/demoscene related material as possible and we're doing it since 2002 (previously known as ftp.atari.art.pl). The archive is around 845GB in 938689 files at the moment (11.12.2018).
Another online vendor that sells retrocomputing stuff. Upgrades, addons, and replacements for Amiga, Atari, Commodore, and Sinclair.
Sells recap kits for everything. New keyboard springs, too.
No, I don't know why this has an IP address. It used to be part of bombjack.org.
A collection of free homebrew games for a number of (emulated) systems, packaged for easily running on a Retropie.
They sell replacement parts, refurb kits, and some upgrades for classic computers. Their official documentation is in a wiki: https://console5.com/wiki/
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...
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.
FloppyDays is a podcast for and by retrocomputing enthusiasts. If it's old enough to drink it's old enough to be considered retrotech.
A public archive of Atari history, including games, documentation, and user magazines from days gone by.
The Atari software and magazine collection at the Internet Archive.
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