Subject: Re: [stella] [definitely-OT] porting Oystron|
Date: Wed, 11 Feb 1998 19:26:21 EST
In a message dated 98-02-11 07:28:15 EST, you write: > Don't you think that a Lynx port of Oystron would be very cool? If I > remember correctly, the Lynx has a 6502 so it would mostly be a matter of > rewriting the kernel. Do you know any Lynx developer?? > > Also, I was thinking that an Intellivision port would be almost impossible. > There are too many sprites in Oystron for the Inty, so probably one would > have to use the background slots to do the moving objects, but how to > handle the board of pearls...? Nah, the 2600 was definitely the best for > fast, arcade-action games... :-)) > I realize that this is an ATARI newsgroup, not one for strange calculators, but I think that a TI port of Oystron would be pretty cool. While I've hit the subject, has anyone given any thought to a Z80 calculator (ie., entire TI series) port of Stella, or a calculator 2600 emulator at all? I realize that it would be (ahem) more difficult to do, but if anyone is willing to collaborate on development, get in touch with me. (JArti1@xxxxxxx) Glenn: How about a gameboy version of Adventure? -- Archives (includes files) at http://www.biglist.com/lists/stella/archives/ Unsub & more at http://www.biglist.com/lists/stella/stella.html Don't post pirate BINs to Stellalist. Be a programmer, not a pirate. Write the best game, win framed autographs of famous Atari alumni!!