Then there's this one..This is probably my favorite Pacman clone of all. Deluxe Pacman, on the Amiga..specifically version 1.1a.
There are later versions with several technical improvements, incuding AGA graphics, but this version is perfect, IMO.
There are people that don't like this conversion because of the cartoonishly large characters for the play field size, but to me, it's near perfection, especially in the playability department.
Meanwhile, the electron guns are active in basement...
Logging into one of the Raspberry Pis by connecting to a LAT service being hosted there, over the LAT (Local Area Transport) protocol.
* No TCP/IP packets were harmed (or even used, for that matter) in the filming of this video.
Sorry for the shaky video. Using my phone to record while typing one-handed.
BBSing with the TI99/4A tonight.
This was my first computer. It's been with me since I picked it up on closeout at K-Mart for $25. I got it new, the box, sometime in early 1984.
There aren't many other things I've ever owned that I've gotten this much mileage out of for near that price.
It's been augmented quite a bit in recent years.
It has an upgraded F18A video processor, which among other things, gives it VGA out and the ability to do perfect 80 column ANSI.
Here's a flow chart of how the fediverse works.
You don't ever see all of the fediverse from one instance. The vast majority of what you see is people followed by people on your instance.
Hashtag searches are limited to that, too.
So if you want to make your bit of the fediverse good, you have to:
1) Boost cool stuff to all your followers on other instances, especially if they contain hashtags;
2) Use hashtags.
Also..Quax approves of the Mac IIsi's CRT as a butt-heater.
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko