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intangybles

2023 Dec 03 18:01:16
Sadly.. GOTHEM has.... For the present!
 

intangybles

2023 Nov 29 19:04:54
Last chance! Get those GOTHEM's in!
 

NinjaKat

2023 Nov 01 21:48:53
November GOTHEM now live!  Have fun!  ;D
 

intangybles

2023 Oct 19 20:43:06
Don't forget the October GOTHEM Games are live! Come and join the fun!  :)
 

NinjaKat

2023 Sep 01 07:21:02
September games are live!  This month we have 2 NEW games to the Amiga - I am keen to try Xevious 1200 - an accurate conversion from the Arcade, released this year!!  ;D

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TPUG (Toronto PET Users Group) is pleased to reconnect you with one of the most intriguing entrepreneurs of the mid-1980’s home computing era.  Brian Dougherty was the founder of Berkeley Softworks, the company that developed GEOS (Graphic Environment Operating System) for the Commodore 64, C128, Plus/4, and the Apple II series of computers.

In addition to GEOS, the company also released complementary software and hardware such as geoPublish and geoRAM.  GEOS and its ecosystem of products granted 8-bit computers the type of functionality previously only seen on more powerful computers, an ambitious feat that continues to be admired by retrocomputing fans worldwide.


Brian Dougherty will be interviewed by Toronto-based UI Designer Lucas Gramajo.


Mark your calendars!  As usual, you can also watch the event later - just subscribe to TPUG's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@TorontoPETUsersGroup

Date:  Thursday, April 18, 2024.

Time:  7:30PM ET.  (Toronto, Canada).

Zoom details:  https://www.tpug.ca


Thanks for attending !
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Public Gallery Posts / Train and Hobby Show Sandown 2024
« Last post by intangybles on March 18, 2024, 11:37:06 am »
Retro Computers, Retro Gaming, Retro computer gaming at the Train and Hobby Show Sandown 2024

A Selection of images from the Show!









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He's the music composer on classic games such as R-Type, Katakis, the Turrican series, and many others.  Join the Toronto PET Users Group (TPUG) for a delightful evening of conversation with Chris Huelsbeck, where you get to interact and ask questions alongside his many adoring fans.


Mark your calendars:

Date / time:  Thursday, March 21, 2024 - 7:30PM ET (Toronto).

Zoom info:  https://www.tpug.ca


If you're unable to attend the meeting, please watch it on TPUG's YouTube channel by subscribing to be notified:

https://www.youtube.com/@TorontoPETUsersGroup


See you at the meeting!
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NABU PC / Re: NABU Adventure away!
« Last post by intangybles on March 18, 2024, 07:37:51 am »
Posts Updated 18/3/2024 to reflect recent developments in the community.
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NABU PC / Re: NABU PC - My summary - Info & Resourses (Updated)
« Last post by intangybles on March 18, 2024, 07:34:35 am »
Posts Updated 18/3/2024 to reflect recent developments in the community.

Links:

The NABU Forum

NABU MAME

Essential Tools "An Adaptor" to get you connected!

NABUNetSim works a treat for a headless option

The NABU Network on discord!
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Public Gallery Posts / Amiga 1000 Phoenix Board and Display Case
« Last post by intangybles on January 20, 2024, 01:16:00 pm »
Amiga 1000 Phoenix Board and Display Case

As displayed at the 2023 Canberra Vintage Computer Exhibition.













Full Gallery can be found here: A1000 Phoenix Board in display case


The full story can be found here: Amiga 1000 Phoenix Board and Display Case


And the Video Presentation: Benjamin's Bench



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Working example to be found here: TRS-80 Gallery Highlights
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New Location (Board) to post pictorials from the Gallery!

A place you can create public posts / information / articles that include contents from the Gallery.

Sorry, this has been a long time coming!
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