Flea86 Retro Gaming System Project

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Valentin Angelovski
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Setting up a project blog
Bill Loguidice wrote:

Great post, Valentin, thanks! I'm going to promote this to the front page, but in the future we'd love for these to be blog posts, so please, when you do your next update, do it as a blog post. It will be easier for people to follow your progress.

Hey Bill, thanks for the reply! Apologies for not blog posting my intro - I will endeavor to setup a project blog (my first) for the Flea' in the following days, including all the updates going forward (with AA's approval, of course :-D).

Cheers Valentin

Rob Daviau
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Excellent!

Thanks so much for your post, great project! Always great to have more options for retro gaming, your work is appreciated.

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Chip Hageman
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Excellent work Valentin! I

Excellent work Valentin!

I recently got done throwing together a 386/SX-16 with 4gig CF drive running PhysTechSoft PTS-DOS 2000.. Mainly, for playing some old DOS games on actual hardware. Of course, it gets cluttered fast when you want to have actual machines instead of emulation. However, hardware emulation, such as the MCC-216, are becoming better options for taking these games off of the computer and getting them into a living room environment.

Any ideas about bringing this to market after you complete it?

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Bill Loguidice
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Great post, Valentin, thanks!

Great post, Valentin, thanks! I'm going to promote this to the front page, but in the future we'd love for these to be blog posts, so please, when you do your next update, do it as a blog post. It will be easier for people to follow your progress.

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