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  1. Dakar [Off-Road Rally] Games Overview - It's a Pixel THING - Ep.#33

    Happy New Year!!

    Dakar [Off-Road Rally] Games Overview - It's a Pixel THING - Ep.#33
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  2. Installing and running Kermit under CP/M on a Northstar Advantage

    Hi,

    Following are my notes explaining how to install Kermit from scratch, using a PC running Windows.

    The Advantage must have a serial (or SIO) board fitted, set up with the default DIL configuration headers (one sets port as a modem, other sets async mode).

    The Advantage has 6 slots for I/O boards, numbered from 1 (nearest to floppy) to 6. The default assignments in Advantage CP/M for serial devices are:

    LST: - board in slot 1, 9600 baud ...

    Updated December 27th, 2014 at 02:50 PM by 1980s_john (Added Set Binary mode)

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  3. 10 Arcade Games for Xmas - It's a Pixel THING

    Merry Xmas!!

    10 Arcade Games for Xmas - It's a Pixel THING:
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  4. When does a computer become "Vintage?"

    Quote Originally Posted by gnallkoff View Post
    Vintage Cars or Motorcycles are clearly defined by the Age. pre war manufactured vehicles are considered as Vintage, most of the postwar vehicles are Oldtimers; but on Computers ? there is only very view pre war.
    The Punch Card Reader was invented during the 1920ies (ist that to consider as Computer?) The Germans made the ENIGMA coding machine wich was an elktromechanical machine but not a Computer (or was it?)
    The british Counter intelligence invited a machine to decipher the enigma
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  5. WolfChild [1992, Amiga / SNES] Review - It's a Pixel THING

    From the creative mind of Simon Phipps, the designer of Rick Dangerous, came, in 1992, WolfChild, a frenetic action platformer with super detailed graphics and pretty cool music from Martin Iveson, creator of the original Tomb Raider musical score:

    WolfChild [1992, Amiga / SNES] Review - It's a Pixel THING:
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