Panelists: Earl Evans (hosting), Paul Hagstrom, Jack Nutting, and Carrington Vanston
Topic: Which old games are truly timeless?
What might a kid of today (truly) enjoy? What games hold up?
Topic and Feedback links:
- Apl2bits: Which Apple II Games are Timeless?
- Zylon Defenders
- RetroManCave: Software on Vinyl
- Bytecellar post: How I got started in vintage computing
- Octojam 6
- Making a new Adam power supply
- Turbo Rascal Syntax error, “;” expected but “BEGIN”. C64 development environment.
Retro Computing News:
- Co Co Co! Merry Christmas!
- FujiNet code on Github
- Strange origin of a 1990s computer game font
- Prince of Persia on A8
- Non-HTTPS sites for testing vintage computer connections
- VCF Pacific Northwest. March 21-22, Seattle. Living Computer Museum + Labs.
- The 29th Annual “Last” Chicago CoCoFest. April 18-19, 2020. Elk Grove Village, IL
- VCF East. April 24-26, 2020. InfoAge. Wall, NJ..
Vintage Computer-related Commercials:
Retro Computing Gift Idea:
- Carrington: Sperry-Univac technician’s case
- Earl: IBM 3476 Infowindow Monitor,1395660 keyboard
- Paul: IBM PCjr
- Stumpy //c monitor
- Apple //c MultiPack
- IBM printer stand
- 17 minutes of the Empire Strikes Back on Super 8
- TS-2068 update
- See also: TS-2068 update on the Internet Archive
- Urgent C64 case
- Amiga DCTV
- See also (Carrington’s contribution, thanks Carrington): Canadian Version
- Sinclair ZX-81 kit
- See also: Zebra Systems Timex-Sinclair page
- Minstrel Issue 3
- @rcrpodcast on Twitter
- Vintage Computer Forum
- RCR Podcast on Facebook
- Throwback Network
- Throwback Network on Facebook