quattro wrote:secondly, lets play guess the woman.....
RetroGamerUK wrote: If that's your Mum then can I be your friend?
Well what a forum for a trip down memory lane
well i have seen some very bad old photos but very funny to boot
i will have to see whats is in my volt i am sure i had a new device at the time yes it was a camera that recordered video yes it was very new for the late 80s ..!! mmmmmmmmm
YES!carmel_andrews wrote:Marl...you mentioned 'Rob', is that or was that the infamous 'Rob C' from the famous Atari 8bit boot menu's (nice and colourful)
Both True!carmel_andrews wrote:I was told that was not was is the same person as rob c, apparently he worked in a postal sorting office in manchester
You'd have to ask him that, that was before we met (as the story somewhere on this site explains)carmel_andrews wrote:Did he ever use omnimon or ultimon (A8 again) to crack the games for his rob c menu's
Don't recall George. As for John, I always liked the Star wars theme musiccarmel_andrews wrote:Also, i remember 'george' from blackpool and 'john williams'
carmel_andrews wrote:Is the person behind the JW (john williams) and multiboot menus the same person that used to program games for the A8 (Atari 8bit) through English software (birmingham)
3ll wrote:Wow just stumbled across this thread after spending all last night enjoying all my old automation disks on the atari st! Yes i have lots, and the majority still work!
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