leech wrote:Yeah, I downloaded them all to my phone last night as I was laying in bed reading this post! Very excellent. I should probably link this post to my post of the 'still being developed' post.
Actually we really should put these things in a wiki. I've actually bought Atari software recently to show my support for those which still will develop for our beloved platform. Though not so much that I can afford the full Calamus package, which is like 999...
My phone got so hot had to dip it in Genesolv!
A few months back purchased all new manuals and disk for the complete ExtenDos suite from Anodyne (Roger is awesome!).
Think for Christmas will drop the wife a hint for the full Calamus package (she thinks I'm special, as well as crazy!).
Most of these downloads I've purchased in the glory days, missing some of the updates, and ones that were hard to get in the US.
Must say there a bit of underlying guilt though. So many programmers freely commit their time to our platform. The hardware developers are putting out so many great options for Atari's, it's darn near mandatory to purchase as much as you can afford to enjoy (figure most like me are well past gray!), and pass on legacy hardware to those in upcoming generations that wish to do more with computing than walking through a VR world with the biggest stick
Oh yea, keep paying up for those Falcons, when they become as cheap as a C64, then that's all they'll ever be.