Re: [stella] Homebrew cart distributors

Subject: Re: [stella] Homebrew cart distributors
From: John Redant <johnredant01@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 5 Jan 2003 09:38:31 -0800 (PST)
Hey Adam!

Making the actual PC board for the Atari games isn't
very hard to do, I would imagine. I read somewhere
that the required EPROM chips are relatively cheap and
getting an EPROM burner won't put a huge dent in your long as you can find one.

I imagine the hardest part would be making the plastic
casing for the cart. I don't think anyone does that

I think the standard practice that homebrewers use is
gutting and re-using old carts.

I could be wrong.


--- Adam Thornton <adam@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> The distributor for my cartridge in cart form
> has--as I am sure most of
> you are not surprised to hear--vanished from the
> face of the earth.
> My question is, who else provides cart-building
> services?  I've got
> cover and label art for it, and the ROM.  However, I
> am not personally a
> candidate for burning and assembling the carts
> myself; my soldering
> skills are pretty crappy, and my time is
> nonexistent.
> I'm not asking for any royalties on the carts.
> Is there anyone who produces made-to-order carts
> anymore?
> Adam
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