This weekend's haul

From: steve <>
Date: Sun Jun 8 17:43:14 1997

At 17:50 08/06/97 -0700, you wrote:
>This weekend was pretty quiet, though I did pick up a couple
>ColecoVision cartridges, including 'Turbo' with the 'Expansion Module
>#2' steering wheel and gas pedal, a set of Commodore 1312 paddles for
>the VIC-20 and a boxed 'Road Race' cartridge for the VIC-20. I also
>recieved the TRS-80 Mod. 4P from Barry. Thanks Barry! The weekend has
>basically been spent fooling with both the 4P and the ADAM. Does anyone
>have a spare data drive or 160k floppy for the ADAM?
> This next thing really doesn't fit into the group, but it is likely
>something that a good many of you may be interested in. I found an
>emulator on the web which takes actual ROM images from the coin-op
>arcade games, and plays them on either a PC, UNIX, Amiga, or Mac. There
>are quite a few games supported by the emulator at this point, and it
>seems to work quite well. I've play Q^bert, Zaxxon, and Donkey Kong on
>it. You even get to see the coin-op startup tests, if there were any.
>For the emulator as well as ROM's, check out:
> Http://
> Jeff
>Collector of Classic Computers: Amiga 1000, Apple II+, Atari 800,
>800XL, MegaST-2, XE System, Coleco Adam, Commodore 128D, 16, Plus/4,
>VIC-20, IBM 5155, Kaypro 2X, Mattel Aquarius, Osbourne Executive,
>Radofin Aquarius, TI-99/4A, Sinclair ZX-81, Timex-Sinclair 1000, TRS-80
>Color Computer 3, Model 4, and Model 4P. Also Odyssey2, Atari SuperPong
>and Atari 2600VCS game consoles
>Well all i got in the UK was MArio Game & Watch, ZX81 and a Oric 1!!!
btw great to see a list devoted to my Hobby.
Emulator BBS
01284 760851
Keeping 8-Bit ALIVE
Received on Sun Jun 08 1997 - 17:43:14 BST

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