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*The Computer Outlaw returns--- From James Alexander
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Tuesday September 12th, 2000 at 12:57:33]

  • My Favorite Games: Cybermorph, Iron Soldier, Asteroids, Berzerk, Bruce Lee (Atari 8bit), too many to mention, I have over 100 for my Atari systems alone
  • How I Found your Site: Link from the TAF user group page
  • My Favorite System: 2600 & Jaguar
  • What I Think of the Content: I love it
  • Comments:
    Hi everyone.
    I love this place. I got bit by the Atari bug at a friends place in 1980, by Christmas 1982 I had my own Atari 2600 (4 switch woodgrain model) fully loaded with 2 each of sticks & paddles, Combat & Asteroids. Within a week I was up to 5 games. Now I have over 60 games with a 2600 Jr. and a ton of controllers. I also have a Jaguar, Atari 800 & 130XE, and my daily driver, a hot rodded 4160STe. One of my oddities in my collection is a 2600 game INDY 500 I got in a surplus store about 5 years ago, except it was modified to use joysticks instead of paddles and it didn't really work right. I'd love to hear from anyone who frequents this site. C ya l8r,
    James

*--- From Florian Brich
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Friday September th, 08:14:44 at 8]

  • My Favorite Games: Asteroids, Pac Man, Missle Command, Defender
  • How I Found your Site: Link from History of Video Games
  • My Favorite System: Atari VCS
  • What I Think of the Content:
  • Comments:
    ATARI lured me into videogames. Today I am leaving COMPUTEC MEDIA Nuremberg, where I worked two years as managing editor for console-magazines. Within the next two years IŽll become a lawyer - and then IŽll return to this industry - with the passion that ATARI ignited within me when I was 8 years of age.

*ATARI TRADITION--- From Danny Baker
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Monday September th, 08:41:11 at 4]

  • My Favorite Games: Solaris, Midnight Magic and Galaga
  • How I Found your Site: Saw it next to the Hasbro Atari Site
  • My Favorite System: 7800
  • What I Think of the Content: Great content
  • Comments:
    I wish that someone could get the plans to the 2600 or the 7800 and start manufacturing them again, maybe with some improvements such as an automatic RF adapter and new games! A lot of new kids will really appreciate it. Look how long Viewmaster has been around!

*--- From Mark Radabaugh
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Thursday August 31st, 2000 at 15:03:51]

  • My Favorite Games: Anything Atari
  • How I Found your Site:
  • My Favorite System: Atari 5200
  • What I Think of the Content: Great and informative
  • Comments:
    Great site! Very well done and informative!

*Where's Chips Challange--- From Chrissy
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Wednesday August 30th, 2000 at 07:10:30]

  • My Favorite Games: Chips Challange on the PC. Spyro, and Medievil on Playstation
  • How I Found your Site: surfing
  • My Favorite System: Playstation
  • What I Think of the Content:
  • Comments:
    My PC won't let me register games online. Using modem com 5.
    To register games need com 1 after using emergency disk.
    I miss my Chips Challange. I never got to the end of the game.
    Can anyone help. Thanks, Chrissy

*--- From david
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Tuesday August 29th, 2000 at 14:21:53]

  • My Favorite Games: Galaga, Ms. Pac-Man, Super Pac-Man, Burgertime.
  • How I Found your Site: surfing
  • My Favorite System: 7800, Playstation, Dreamcast
  • What I Think of the Content: It's ok!!
  • Comments:
    Yo i have a great enhancement for a great game system. If you are interested please get with me on that!!!!!!!!!!!!

*--- From Joe Ge
[Mail Me][Friday August 25th, 2000 at 09:54:36]

  • My Favorite Games: Wild ARMS 2, Tenchu 2, Lunar SSS, Zelda (all of 'em)
  • How I Found your Site: YAHOOOOOOOO
  • My Favorite System: PlayStation
  • What I Think of the Content:
  • Comments:
    I am awaiting PS2, Chrono Cross, and Lunar EB complete. Peace Out

*--- From George Stevens
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Wednesday August 23rd, 2000 at 09:18:39]

  • My Favorite Games: Thinking games
  • How I Found your Site: Yahoo Mag
  • My Favorite System: ?
  • What I Think of the Content: so far so good
  • Comments:

*Where's Atari?--- From J Baker
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Wednesday August 16th, 2000 at 13:52:47]

  • My Favorite Games: Exodus, strategy graphic
  • How I Found your Site: looked for it, webcrawler
  • My Favorite System: coding a 1600 back in '80's
  • What I Think of the Content: yet to see
  • Comments:
    Missed having the ST series in school, rather then the Apple.
    Thinking about how to enter the code field after a 16 year break.
    Playing Space Invaders and Asteriod rocked.
    Redesigned the joystick and used the bread board for control about the time of Pole Position.
    The Atari software and hardware innovations were on the edge of the tech boundry for common consumers. Is it now? I need a system to machine an OS for communication with yet to be built main frames using physic and biological cycle rates. The units fastest rate would have to be fast enough to match the main frames slower input, just make it super fast within reliable limits - the 1980's Amega crashed too often for our video work. I'd like to have a system that's fast enoung to "speak" in the lower rhelm of the langauge of these new main frames going commercial from IBM - within broadband.
    Aside from the typical ports, an attachable specialty port would be nice, with a variety pack of plug-in jacks, for managing home made hardware projects for both strip wire (hardwired robots with multiple movements, audio/visual) and microprocessor input/output (robots using microprocessor with multiple movements, audio/visual, and an array of data sensors). Maybe multiple ports on this device for multiple robots to perhaps "box", not that it's commercially viable. I want to help evolve new graphic boundries, computational projects, and play with hardware. If possible, I want to do it on Atari. This why I'm here at this site, to find information on Atari and maybe leave a foot print in the ever change sands, ashore the sea of technology.

*Great Games 5200 !--- From Gilbert Gonzalez
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Sunday August 13th, 2000 at 20:41:38]

  • My Favorite Games: Star Raiders, Pengo, Moon Patrol, Montezuma's Revenge, Jungle Hunt, Pac-Man (with good joysticks lol)
  • How I Found your Site: internet
  • My Favorite System: Atari 5200
  • What I Think of the Content: great !!
  • Comments:
    I wish these games would continue on today's systems. They were great! Where did those good programers go too? Wish Star Raiders would be re-introduced back again today.

*cool as shit!!!--- From manu
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Wednesday August th, 10:12:20 at 9]

  • My Favorite Games: codename-viper, p.o.w., mega man
  • How I Found your Site: link
  • My Favorite System: NES and all the other Nintendo stuff
  • What I Think of the Content: excellent work boys!!!
  • Comments:
    your page is excellent, you peeps are doing a great job. keep it up man
    manu

*--- From Tasha
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Tuesday August th, 18:55:48 at 8]

  • My Favorite Games: asteroids
  • How I Found your Site: looking for games
  • My Favorite System: atari
  • What I Think of the Content:
  • Comments:

*hello--- From annette fresa
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Sunday August th, 04:32:02 at 6]

  • My Favorite Games: kirby's pinball dreamland... is so good, bust a move is also an addiction of mine...
  • How I Found your Site: i looked for it
  • My Favorite System: game boy is pretty sweet
  • What I Think of the Content: nice
  • Comments:
    rock and roll

*Am crazy 4 old games!!!--- From Leonardo A. Cortes Bejarano
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Wednesday August th, 10:16:18 at 2]

  • My Favorite Games: River Raid
  • How I Found your Site: with Yahoo!
  • My Favorite System: ATARI 2600
  • What I Think of the Content: X-citable...
  • Comments:
    I canŽt find how to unload some game to my P.C., You can
    tell me how? Saludos de Mexico, mis web-locos!!!

*It's great--- From Cheerkiller
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Friday July 28th, 2000 at 23:36:39]

  • My Favorite Games: Lots. Qbert's Qubes, H.E.R.O., etc.
  • How I Found your Site: It was long ago. I can't remember.
  • My Favorite System: Atari 2600
  • What I Think of the Content: I really like it.
  • Comments:
    I've visited this site for a while now. I never signed here I just wanted to express my appreciation for what you've created here. This is the best Atari site on the net. I really believe that. Keep doing what you're doing.
    Cheerkiller

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