8Bit, 16bit, Atari, Commodore, Apple, Spectrum, Acorn, TSR. All now defunked computer systems.
There are certain things that are somewhat hidden in your trusty C64, that sometimes only after many years surface and lead to great new things to do with your breadbox.
One of these is the strange “EXT IN” pin on the Commodore’s 6581 SID chip.
Great article and how to hook your iPod to a C=64.http://www.mos6502.com/friday-commodore ... -to-a-c64/
YouTube : http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pl ... Jcjj4Tn8Ps
"It has to be well timed. It needs to have the right components that maybe contain emerging technologies or something like, say, when Doom came out -- the Network play -- there weren't many games like that. There was a really great 3D world that a lot of people hadn't seen. It was light-years ahead of Wolfenstein. It was shareware, so it had Internet distribution. We used the Internet to get it all over the place. So it used a lot of stuff that was just becoming popular at that time. id just capitalized on it."
-- John Romero, in response to, "What makes a classic game?"
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