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    Video 61

    choplifter 7800 version vs. xe version

    hi everyone, now here is where the 7800 really shines. the programmer knew his/her stuff, and most likely the choplifter is a double sprite. music good to. now the xe version, i will include the original 16k apple port also. it will show you why this one is so bad and choppy. the apple port is a port of apple basic with machine code, its why its pink. the 1988 atari version just updated the lousy apple port. its obvious its not a complete rewrite in atari machine code. 16k apple port. choplifter was released originally as a 16k game on cart., 48k disk. by broderbund. thanks, lance www.atarisales.com
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    Video 61

    atari 7800 xenophobe vs. xe version

    hi everyone, i think the xe version is better. no reason for it, except a proper sized 7800 board was not used 7800 version, its colorful, but seems a bit baron, and doors are a little bit sluggish. overall though, still a good version. thanks, lance www.atarisales.com
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    BlackCatz40

    atari 7800 xenophobe vs. xe version

    Not at all. I don't see it as negative. It's all good.
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    BlackCatz40

    atari 7800 xenophobe vs. xe version

    As an Atari collector, I like the idea of variation between game systems. I have the A2600 and A7800 versions of Xenophobe, and I want to get the XE and Lynx versions as well. No one would want to get the game if it was exactly the same on all the systems. There are things that could be improved in the A2600 and A7800 versions. But, the XE version really shines, and the Lynx version has differences from the arcade, which I frown on sometimes. But, the Lynx version, with its enhancements, is the best in my opinion. Great games, and the differences in them make each version unique and worth collecting.
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    Coming Soon!! Here is my video I made using the emulator to clearly show the game clearly. Putt Eighteen Miniature Golf for the Atari 7800. This game has 6 different courses and an Random Course option that random plays a set of 18 screens from the six courses. All the sprites are multicolored graphics on the 7800. Other feature it has above the Atari 8-bit version is it also has tunnels, represented by what looks like extra holes, but trapezoid shaped. If the ball connects, it will disappear for a second, and appear where the tunnel ends on the screen. One or Two Players. Can turn off the obstacles and hills. Can play the cross hair, ball will shoot toward where you point at, hold the fire button down depending on how hard you want to shoot it. Also has the option to play the 2600 putting style, the further your "club" or square is from the ball, the harder you hit it in the opposite direction.
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