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  1. Hi Everyone, For those of you that missed the Kickstarter , the book is in limited supply due to the amount of copies that where produced during the kickstarter and the book can be purchased from the website linked in my signature and resumes in January 2020 for the remainder stock, if you need a reason to get this book, I've included a small video below. Have a great Xmas and new year everyone...lots more in the pipeline.
  2. Hi everyone, Hope you had a wonderful weekend..just wanted to pop by and mention that the -=Atari: a Visual History=- book I funded back in May of this year is now available on the Greyfox Books website : www.greyfoxbooks.com for €29.99 and comes as a full colour hardback only 420 pages book covering over 150 vintage third party Atari 8-bit games as well as interviews and software house profiles as well as other amazing content. This post is for those that missed the Kickstarter and stock is of a very small amount of books I have to sell if the book. It is getting great praise at the mome
  3. Hi Rick, that is correct it is all or nothing. If the book funds I get started straight away in get the book printed and shipped to all supporters asap. I took a massive risk of actually producing and finishing the book before hand, so its a case of simply delivering to all you awesome Atari Fans 👊
  4. Many thanks for the awesome support!!. Sorry I've not been about, I'm out campaigning for the project. Again you guys are awesome. Thank you so much! 😊
  5. We are now 50% funded and only 23days left. So if you haven't jumped on board..plesse do as I feel we need this book to make it out there, its a fun nostalgic trip through the gaming world of the Atari 8-bit and is a visual feast of what was the spirit of the Atari 8-bit now in book form. Please check us out and if you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask.
  6. Many thanks. I believe in Atari as the Worlds number 1 🍻
  7. A nice little electric 80's to kickstart your interest 🤩
  8. Many thanks, Scott, this was awesome to receive an acknowledgement like this, this book is one of a kind and something I feel very strongly about and relevant to the Atari communities as with other computers getting books made for their fanbase, why not the Atari 8-bit? Hope you sign up :). All the best
  9. Many thanks, Justin, truly appreciate the support the project has received so far, this needs to happen if we are to save humanity from dreaded Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum books appearing in the future, this is our last stand 🤣 we had this, this morning from an awesome Atari 8-bit legend. Very nice to see it!
  10. The Kickstarter project is now live, please head over to visit http://kck.st/2VWXiNo and let's make some magic!
  11. Hello everybody, It's been months in the making and now has come to big day, well tomorrow actually 😊. I am extremely proud to announce that the Kickstarter crowdfunding for the Atari: a Visual History start at 10am CET - 20th of April 2019I am extremely proud of the achievement and work on this first book under the "Greyfox Books" first debut publication and especially proud of this fantastic achievement and I will update this post tomorrow with the link to it's page and hopefully will have some of you along for the trip with me as I venture into the the world of bringing something special to
  12. Hello everybody, Many of you may know me and many of you may not, I was the creator of a couple of Atari digital publications a few years back. The Atari Gamer Magazine and the Atari ST Gamer Series found over @ http://www.Atarigamer.co.uk and the AtariCrypt Atari ST Magazine which can be found for free here: https://ataricrypt.b...t-magazine.html I had decided that I had given the Atari community some great product to enjoy and decided I wouldn't produce any more Atari content in the near future, but recently had seen some products that completely fit the bill in a direct
  13. Hi Guys, I was meant to post this a while back, but when I'm not out saving the world and preaching religion of all things Atari, I get the opportunity to write book reviews that have been sent to me via the Retro Video Gamer Portal and forum to which I never knew I had a talent for and probably still don't lol but I wanted if it was okay to post direct links to them here for those that may have never seen or heard about these books. So with that, I hope you enjoy reading the reviews and if you are all interested in considering in getting them for you Retro book collections. first up
  14. Yeah Joy of sticks does great game reviews and for that exact reason was why I had him commissioned to do huge majority of the reviews for the ST Gamer magazines I loved his style of writing and when you read them you knew he was passionate about what he was writing about, a great guy!! With secret cloak and dagger stuff on the go, I'll be tieing it all up shortly and getting back to doing another of these compilation vids, but I think with some background information, something I didn't do with the driving games video, so fingers crossed I can get it done.
  15. I'm gonna be looking into some of these ideas of yours this week fella, so I'll be doing some research and possibly be putting another one together , but I think I'll limit the selection to 3-5 titles, maybe 3, allowing me to get a but more out there about the tiles, I'll let you know what's cooking via an email
  16. Dually noted fella, thanks man. There is no doubt there is a lot of stuff that needs to be covered watch the stars .
  17. That could be a goer fella, I might do them individually giving a lot more scope of the games in a sorta of game history tour as well as a review or play test, that Aazohm Krypht your list there I haven't heard of myself before and love uncovering this sort of stuff, makes for great viewing for those that themselves never played outside the the famous ones. I'll have to see how I'll run that game as it looks to be a big St title install wise.
  18. I hear ya pal..lol..At then of the day doesn't it come straight down to talent and not so good talent? Three were some many crumb bum titles for the ST all competing for your money, I believe half that were shit were pushed through to good marketing and advertisement that got your cash until you loaded it up to find out how you were screwed out of your hard earned cash lol, disk swapping and mail trading with pen pal was a massive saver of avoiding this lol. But yes a serious amount of games claimed to be the next best thing or written about by my opinion somebody writing any old tat for a
  19. Oohhh no........think....of.......dee.......children......... No problems with you pal, putting you the DVD extras as it were I always love the read if possible extended information on these game Devs, the video really just consists of me ramping on about these games, some great and some major turds it was all ad-libbed too no script, to hell with that lol. I'll be mailing you short, this were I've being missing from
  20. Hi all Hope all is good with you all and just wanted to give a heads up on a new Atari ST game play video I've just finished a couple of days ago and though fans of the ST would appreciate it, so I hope it's okay to post it here. My channel "Flashback Gamer" https://www.YouTube.com/ddgreyfox which covers the Atari 8bit, atari st and amiga content, so plz check it out... Now on with link to my latest video, please enjoy it, it was all for fun. Have a good one peeps
  21. I cam across this fantastic video thanks to my friends on Twitter from a you tuber by the name "Games of Gears" this looks to be the first of many hopefully ST videos showing again how great the ST is as a games machine, highly polished production values, this guy knows how to present them. So please show your support by giving it a watch and start a little topic on your favorite ST shooters that wheren't on the listed. Check out the video here For me FTL's "Oids" ERE's "Trauma" Nexus Information Systems's "Hades Nebula" Firebird's "Mr.Heli" Thalamus 's "Armalyte - The
  22. Got my vote too Rob, best of luck, your a lot popular than you think ehh?
  23. Yes, agreed, a very well put together interview , some great insight to ED's work
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