Includes 8 megabit MaxFlash Cartridge!
About the Atarimax Maxflash Flash Cartridge System
The Atarimax Maxflash Flash Cartridge System for Atari 8-bit Computers is a high quality, professionally produced cartridge creation suite for the Atari 400/800/XL/XE series computers.
This suite consists of these products:
- Atarimax Maxflash 1mbit and 8mbit Flash Cartridges.
- NewAtarimax Maxflash USB Cartridge Programmer.
- NewMaxflash Studio for Windows Multi-Cart Creation Software.
- Maxflash open-source software kit and tools.
The Maxflash Flash Cartridges, combined with the powerful new Maxflash Studio software and USB Cartridge Programmer are the easiest way to design and produce working, tested and ready to use flash multi-carts for your Atari Computer in just minutes!
The new easy to use Maxflash Studio Suite includes a built-in recognition database of over 1200 of the most popular games, letting you drag and drop nearly any game program file into your cartridge workbook and have it work the first time, every time, without fussing with advanced configuration settings.
The new USB Cartridge Programmer allows you program your multi-cart creations to a real cartridge in just seconds! No more messing with in-system programming via SIO2PC, just plug, program and go!
Please review the extensive Maxflash Studio Documentation at the bottom of this page for a complete listing of features for both the Maxflash Studio Software and the USB Cartridge Programmer. Installation instructions for the USB Cartridge Programmer are also contained in these documents.
Please note: The original Maxflash open-source programming kit, documentation and ISP programming tools are still available and supported for those who wish to delve deeper into the cartridge internals.
Please note: No commercial ROM images are included with these products. Flash cartridges are shipped blank. Any commercial product names seen on software screenshots are for demonstration purposes only and are not included with this product.
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