Dumping PC Engine HuCards / TurboGrafx TurboChips with the SSDS3

As part of the Super SD System 3 (SSDS3) firmware, TerraOnion baked-in a ROM dumper. Unfortunately, they decided to remove the online support forum (and all posts) in favour of helping users via email and Discord. That’s great, as you can sometimes get help quicker, but it means a lot of resources are now gone. … More Dumping PC Engine HuCards / TurboGrafx TurboChips with the SSDS3

Adding authentic(ish) labels to Atari SDrive Max cases

I recently built two SDrive Max devices for the Atari 8-bit line of computers. I used the excellent tutorial by Steve Boswell. Additionally, Steve had created some beautiful 3D printed cases to put them in. He made a range, but as the devices I had as a kid (and have the real thing again now … More Adding authentic(ish) labels to Atari SDrive Max cases

Dumping and preserving Atari 8-bit cassettes

There’s been a concerted move toward digital distribution of games for the last few years, and now – with the introduction of Stadia – Google are pushing streaming only (not withstanding the technical hurdles of ‘the last mile’). It means having physical versions of games, or even long-term playing ability, is becoming a thing of … More Dumping and preserving Atari 8-bit cassettes

Flashing ODroid Go firmware on a Mac

Originally published: 20th July 2018. Updated: 8th September 2018. Updated again: 29th November 2018. The ODroid Go is a great little handheld that requires minimal building, and runs a variety of emulators (at the time of writing: NES, GameBoy, GameBoy Color, Master System, Game Gear and ColecoVision from the built-in Springboard app, and separate Atari … More Flashing ODroid Go firmware on a Mac