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Tag: Atari

HxC SD Card Drive Emulates 3.5″ Floppy Disks

HxC SD Card Drive Emulates 3.5″ Floppy Disks
If you ever wanted a better way to get tons of data onto an old gadget that used floppy drives, I might just have the trick. This nifty little gadget replaces old 3.5″ floppy drives with…
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Atari ST2 Retro Computer Sings the Blues

Atari ST2 Retro Computer Sings the Blues
I’m totally dating myself, but back in the day, I owned an Atari 520ST computer. Under the hood of this powerhouse of its time was the same processor you’d find in the more expensive early Macintosh…
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3D Printed MicroSD Reader Poses as Micro Atari 810 Floppy Drive

3D Printed MicroSD Reader Poses as Micro Atari 810 Floppy Drive
There’s something so forgettable about microSD readers. That’s why I think that this little hack is awesome. It makes a microSD card reader look like a tiny Atari 810 Floppy drive. Rossum made this miniature using…
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Atari iPhone App Offers 100 Classic Games

Atari iPhone App Offers 100 Classic Games
If you are an old school gamer that was around back when the Atari was the game console to have you will appreciate this app. I really didn’t have any idea that back in the Atari…
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Atari Joystick Jewelry Box: 8-Bit Fashion

Atari Joystick Jewelry Box: 8-Bit Fashion
While I don’t really need a jewelry box, I have to say that this one does look pretty awesome. It’s perfect for the retro gamer geek or geekette to store jewelry and other stuff that needs…
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A Little Bit World: Classic Video Game Characters Make The World Their Stage

A Little Bit World: Classic Video Game Characters Make The World Their Stage
Made by Jonas and Simon Schwarzer, A Little Bit World sees classic video game characters emerge from a question mark block. It’s practically the low-budget version of Pixels by onemoreprod and Patrick Jean, though I wouldn’t…
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Asteroids Blik Vinyl Wall Decals Turn Your Space into a Hyper-Space

Asteroids Blik Vinyl Wall Decals Turn Your Space into a Hyper-Space
There’s nothing like decorating your own place, especially the walls. This usually entails wallpaper or paint of some kind. Thankfully, that’s not your only recourse, especially if you love retro gaming. These Blik Asteroids Wall Stickers…
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Jason Brockert’s American Icon Paintings: Geek Icons

Jason Brockert’s American Icon Paintings: Geek Icons
Jason Brockert’s American Icon is a series of still life paintings of his childhood toys. Brockert says he chose his subjects “with a twinge of nostalgia”, and that “these paintings indulge in a mix of whimsy…
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Controlbot4000 T-Shirt: Atari Legs and Nintendo Arms

Controlbot4000 T-Shirt: Atari Legs and Nintendo Arms
The funny thing about this t-shirt design is that I actually think I’ve owned every single one of these video game controllers at some point in my life. Frankly, I was never a big fan of…
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Long Lost Atari Systens

Long Lost Atari Systens
Now I was always a big Atari fanboy back in the day, with one of my first computers being an Atari 800, followed later by an Atari 5200. But one of the things Atari was notorious…
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Old School Game Geek Gets $31k for Rare Atari 2600 Game

Old School Game Geek Gets $31k for Rare Atari 2600 Game
I am not big on saving things. Typically, once I get tired of something or bored with it I throw it away or give it away. For years, I carried my Atari 2600 from my youth…
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Asteroid Cookies: Hyperspace Into My Stomach, Please

Asteroid Cookies: Hyperspace Into My Stomach, Please
I can’t think of a more delicious way to spend an afternoon in the kitchen than making a batch of these most excellent Asteroids cookies. The guys at Evil Mad Scientist Labs have managed to faithfully…
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Atari Shot Glasses Perfect for a Game of Quarters

Atari Shot Glasses Perfect for a Game of Quarters
These Atari-themed shot glasses manage to combine two of my favorite pastimes addictions – one from my childhood (playing Battle Zone), and one from my adulthood (sipping shots of Pappy Van Winkel’s.) The set of 6…
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Modern Movies Get the Atari 2600 Treatment

Modern Movies Get the Atari 2600 Treatment
Penney Design has put a really cool spin on movie poster art. It’s kind of cool to see how these movie concepts are just reduced to a few simple pixels on an Atari old video game…
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Atari.Com Adds Classic Games to Their Website [Timekillers]

Atari.Com Adds Classic Games to Their Website [Timekillers]
Atari fans rejoice! The Atari.com website has just gotten a facelift, and one of the great new features of the site is an arcade with a number of classic Atari game for you to play in…
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R2-D2 8 Console Hack Proves Casemods Don’t have to Make Sense to be Cool

R2-D2 8 Console Hack Proves Casemods Don’t have to Make Sense to be Cool
I’m not sure why this R2-D2 has 8 video game consoles built into its innards, but I still like it. Maybe it’s just the very fact that I’ve never seen an R2 unit with more than…
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