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New Product Announcements – 10/18/2020
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We have added some great new products for our customers to enjoy. 1st. By request, we added an Australian power adapter version of our Atari XL/XE power ...

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Fix It Felix Jr. now available for the Commodore 64!
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Fans of Wreck-It-Ralph rejoice, a Commodore 64 version Fix It Felix Jr. has been released for free though a donation that goes to Unicef is greatly appreciated ...

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Portal for the Commodore 64!
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If you are a modern gamer and love first person style games, you probably are aware of Valve's Portal and Portal 2 games. Jamie Fuller has de-made Portal into ...

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8-Bit Classics mentioned on Floppy Days Podcast!
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Randy Kindig mentioned 8-Bit Classic's site and products on the Floppy Days Podcast. Thank you for the shout out and enjoying our products. We love your ...

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Port of Super Mario Bros to the C64!
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ZeroPaige on the Lemon64 Forums has announced that after 7 years of development, they have ported Super Mario Bros over to the Commodore 64 computer! ...

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8-Bit Classics mentioned in the Antic: The Atari 8-Bit Podcast
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We would like to give a shoutout to Antic: The Atari 8-Bit Podcast who in their latest episode 58, titled Show Fever who mentioned us. If you are an Atari ...

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8-Bit Classics 20th Anniversary!
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8-Bit Classics is celebrating its 20th Anniversary this year! We have been online selling and providing support since 1999.  

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3-D Tic-Tac-Toe
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Commodore 16 Power Supply / AC Adapter
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Needing a new power supply / AC adapter for your Commodore 16? This AC adapter uses modern technology to power your Commodore computer provides 9 ...
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Apple 8-Pin Mini-DIN Serial Cable
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The 8-Pin Mini DIN Serial Cable is used to connect the Apple (IIc+, IIgs) and Mac (Pre-Intel) computers to various peripherals like printers, modems, ...
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Apple IIc Power Supply / AC Adapter
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Needing a new power supply / AC adapter for your Apple IIc? This AC adapter uses modern technology to power your Apple computer provides 15 Volts an ...
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Axlon Compatible Atari 800 512K RAM Board
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Commodore 64 PLA Replacement PLA20V8
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The PLA chip in the Commodore 64 is a common failing point today. The PLA or Programmable Logic Array is a computer chip that handles the memory map ...
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AtariMax / ABBUC USB Cartridge
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AtariMax / ABBUC USB Cartridge

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About the Atarimax Maxflash Flash Cartridge System The ABBUC USB cartridge is a professionally produced USB host adapter for the Atari 8-bit ...
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Coleco Adam Composite AV Cable
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Coleco Adam Composite AV Cable

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Connect an Coleco Adam Computers (with the 7-pin DIN AV Connector) to Composite Video RCA. It also includes left and right audio connectors. Product ...
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Atari XL/XE Universal Power Supply / AC Adapter
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Needing a new power supply / AC adapter for your Atari 600XL, 800XL, 65XE, 130XE, or XEGS? This AC adapter uses modern technology to power your ...
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Commodore 128 RGBi DB9 to 9-Pin DB9 Video Cable
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Connect your Commodore 128 and 128D computers via RGBi for 80 column goodness. This cable connects the 9-pin Dsub female connector on the Commodore ...
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TRS-80 Color Computer 4-Pin DIN to 9-Pin Dsub Serial Cable
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Connect your TRS-80 Color Computer to various peripherals using standard 9-Pin Serial Connection. Please check compatibility with your devices. These ...
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  1. Apparently this is still in development as version 1.2 has been released as of 12/30/19. Link to follow:

    https://www.lemon64.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=898195#898195

  2. Great question. This adapter is universal for the regions, ie can be used in any country with the proper power cable between the power adapter and the wall. Also, it is a higher amperage which helps if you modded your IIc where it may draw more power than originally designed for. The other adapter, while we offer different regions, each one is different and needs to be purchased separately.

  3. Yes, the Trooper controller is compatible with the Commodore VIC-20, Commodore 64, Atari 8-Bit Computers (400, 800, 1200XL, 600XL, 800XL, 65XE, 130XE, & XEGS), Atari ST (Port 1), and Amiga consoles.

  4. Thanks for the pic! Always love to see other people’s setups. It was a great version of Frogger as well.

  5. It really depends on what is compatible with EPROM programmer. You would want to look at that and what may be compatible. Here is a link to eBay though for a general search.

    https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_nkw=eprom+%282764%2C+27128%2C+27256%2C+27512%29

  6. Yes, if you are burning your own EPROMS, you will need to purchase the appropriate EPROM from a vendor. I would recommend eBay and search “EPROM 2732” for 4K EPROMs. You would also need an EPROM programmer. The GQ PRG-055 GQ-4X V4 is a good model and not expensive. It is also available on eBay.

  7. The adapter works for PAL (50 Hz) and NTSC (60 Hz). It is composite only so not S-Video compatible.

  8. Based on the pictures I have seen of the standard Famicom, it does not. This connector started with the SNES/Super Famicom generation.

  9. The cable itself displays PAL as it states in the description. I don’t know if it converts Hz so the question would be more does your TV/Display support your GameCube. PAL displays at 50Hz while NTSC is 60Hz.

  10. Glad you like it. I have tested it myself with great results. It is a lot cheaper than other mods and cables I have seen available for these systems.

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