Wow. Only 128 Bytes of RAM?? They must have used some sort
generator chip that could store and move images.
Hehe. No. The Atari can't do that. The playfield must be drawn one scanline at a time. There is a TIA register that holds 20 bits of data. This controls half the playfield. It's automagically mirrored on the other half. If you want the playfield to change and not be vertical lines, you must change the register in the retrace time between the scan lines.
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