RE: [stella] River Raid disassembled /CGE

Subject: RE: [stella] River Raid disassembled /CGE
From: "Bob Colbert" <rcolbert1@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 13 Aug 2001 16:47:18 -0500
	First, let me remind everyone that the Solaris source is available on my
website, with the original author's comments.

Next, let me give a very brief recap of the parts of CGE that are
semi-relevant to this mailing list:

	Atari programmers keynote speech - kicked butt!  Rob Fulop, Bob Polaro and
John Seghers spoke about the good ol' times. (There was a 4th person there,
can't remember off hand who).

	Homebrew keynote - dominated by Joe Decuir, this was pretty much an
infomercial for this mailing list.  It presented an introduction how 2600
games were programmed in the 70's as well as now.  Chad Schell was nice
enough to demonstrate the Cuttle Cart (do you have yours yet????)  We also
heard from John Harris, Joe Grand and Brian Prescott.

	Got to meet some peole from this group too.  It was a great time!

> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-stella@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:owner-stella@xxxxxxxxxxx]On
> Behalf Of Piero Cavina
> Sent: Monday, August 13, 2001 1:16 PM
> To: stella@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Re: [stella] River Raid disassembled
> At 14:14 +0200 13-08-2001, Thomas Jentzsch wrote:
> >When i did this, I was feeling a bit like an
> >archeological explorer, but without getting dirty :)
> That's a great work! Commented source programs for the 2600 (not homebrew)
> are still rather scarce.
> >I want to do some more games (any suggestions are
> >welcome!) to add some more pieces to the puzzle and
> >maybe some people want to join my task.
> River Raid II? ;-)
> More seriously, I think that a classic title like Pitfall would be a good
> (and challenging) choice.
> Ciao,
>  P.
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