... Thanks. I know you've been around, but today's post seems to be your first ... or am I hallucinating again?ekoblentz
I've been on the Yahoo Group for the last couple of years. I've been to the last two VCF East events and even had an Atari display at the last VCF East. Mybilllange1968
... Yes it does! That will be part of it. The part about how Commodore 64 games were (and are) designed. I want to expand that to other systems such as Applearkaxow
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