Anything C64 related on your XMAS list?

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Anything C64 related on your XMAS list?

Post by Melon » Fri Dec 12, 2014 7:49 pm

So with Christmas creeping up on us, do you have anything C64 related on your Santa list?


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Re: Anything C64 related on your XMAS list?

Post by TMR » Sat Dec 13, 2014 1:33 pm

Melon wrote:So with Christmas creeping up on us, do you have anything C64 related on your Santa list?
Nah, all i'm worried about from the "festive" season are some specials on telly and a big dinner. Might get some code written, though... =-)
Disclaimer: a message board post from this person shouldn't be seen as any kind of indication that a project has been started or is ongoing because as a programmer he has the attention span of... oh look, a squirrel!

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Re: Anything C64 related on your XMAS list?

Post by bjonte » Sat Dec 13, 2014 8:06 pm

A 64NIC+ is on mine.

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Re: Anything C64 related on your XMAS list?

Post by merman » Sun Dec 14, 2014 5:30 pm

Nothing on the list, one or two computer-related books on my Amazon wish list. Might spend some Christmas money on retro stuff though.

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Re: Anything C64 related on your XMAS list?

Post by yaztromo » Thu Dec 18, 2014 8:26 pm

Nothing this year. I'm not starting my new job till January so money will be very tight till I get my first wage at the end of that month. All nice things will have to wait.

There's a UK website advertising NTSC/PAL modding for SNES consoles, which I'd love to have done eventually. Managed to mod the Megadrive myself but the SNES is a bit more involved than just soldering a few wires and a switch to the board.

And there are still many original Saturn and PS1 games I want to grab off ebay. So hopefully next Christmas I'll treat myself.

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