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TCPoke
TCPoke is a collection of projects that allow you to connect your Game Boy, Game Boy Pocket, Game Boy Color, or Game Boy Advance to the internet and trade or battle with the first(Red, Blue, Yellow) and second(Silver, Gold, Crystal) generation Pokemon games.
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5 days ago
GBFlasher Micro 1.6
The worlds smallest Game Boy cart flasher!

A clone of J.Rodrigo’s flasher
diy  gameboy  flashcart  romhack 
5 days ago
GAME LIST
List of PCB + chips for Gameboy games
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5 days ago
The Gay Gamer: Ten questions with Christophe Galati, maker of Save me Mr Tako
To put it another way, I drooled over this adorable, octopus-starring platformer back when it was still a Wii U title. And when it was being considered for the New 3DS, too. In the end, neither of those now-defunct systems were blessed with Save me Mr Tako. Why? Sadly, I don't know. via Pocket
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8 days ago
Get To Know The Physics Behind Soldering And The Packaging Of ICs | Hackaday
Often it feels as if soldering is deemed to be more of an art form than something that’s underpinned by the cold, hard reality of physics and chemistry. via Pocket
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11 days ago
How to Preserve Vintage Electronics | PCMag.com
My name is Benj Edwards, and I am a journalist who specializes in technology history. To inform me in my quest to understand and preserve historical electronic devices, I have been collecting computers and video game consoles for almost a quarter century. via Pocket
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12 days ago
How an iOS developer built an alternative App Store for the iPhone - The Verge
Riley Testut has spent the better part of the last decade trying to sneak in through the side door of the iPhone. via Pocket
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13 days ago
How to build apps for everyone using VoiceOver on iOS
There’s always those topics that people don’t talk about enough. Sometimes, those topics happen to be the most important ones. Accessibility is one of those topics. This article talks about why accessibility is important and how you can step into the shoes of a VoiceOver user. via Pocket
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15 days ago
How a 14-Year-Old Designer Became Part of Apple's Splashy New Gaming Service - VICE
Apple Arcade’s launch was a mixture of well-known franchises (Frogger, Rayman), new games from designers during the App Store’s creative heights (Card of Darkness, Overland), and releases from high-profile publishers (Square Enix, Capcom). via Pocket
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15 days ago
A Story About Two Tiny, Fuzzy Photos of a 'PlayStation 5 Prototype'
Short of the annual iPhone, few future devices get fans chatting like the next generation of consoles from Sony and Microsoft. via Pocket
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17 days ago
We Stand on the Shoulders of Giants | byuu.net
byuu.netemulator development resourcesWe Stand on the Shoulders of Giants2019-10-01Written by: byuu I believe the advice in this article applies much more broadly than just emulation, but nonetheless I am going to present this article from said vantage point. via Pocket
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18 days ago
How to bypass Android certificate pinning and intercept SSL traffic ~ Kamil Vavra
Over the last few months, I had a quite luck finding IDOR vulnerabilities in mobile API of Android applications. Nowadays most of the apps are obfuscated and using certificate pinning to prevent MiTMs. I’m myself using an older rooted phone with Burp Suite and tools mentioned bellow. via Pocket
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22 days ago
Steve Purcell (Sam & Max creator/Pixar) - Interview - Arcade Attack
This guy is the real deal! The Sam & Max creator, LucasArts cover artist and Pixar legend Steve Purcell for some reason agreed to answer a lot of questions from little old us and we’re stoked! I guess there’s nothing else to say other than enjoy… via Pocket
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25 days ago
Why Do Some People Love Reading? - The Atlantic
They can be identified by their independent-bookstore tote bags, their “Book Lover” mugs, or—most reliably—by the bound, printed stacks of paper they flip through on their lap. They are, for lack of a more specific term, readers. via Pocket
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27 days ago
'Inside Bill's Brain' Calls BS on Malcolm Gladwell's 'Outliers' Theory | WIRED
If there was ever an outlier, it was Bill Gates. Netflix has just released a three-part documentary called Inside Bill's Brain that, as the title promises, digs deep into the Microsoft cofounder's cranium. Once ensconced, we find him as unusual as we expected. via Pocket
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27 days ago
Swift.org - Swift 5.1 Released!
Swift 5.1 is now officially released! Swift 5.1 builds on the strengths of Swift 5 by extending the stable features of the language to compile time with the introduction of module stability. via Pocket
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28 days ago
How Digital Eclipse preserved a classic in Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection | Shacknews
The following excerpt comes from Arcade Perfect: How Pac-Man, Mortal Kombat, and Other Coin-Op Classics Invaded the Living Room by David L. Craddock, available in paperback and Kindle formats. DANIEL FILNER COULDN’T believe this was happening. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago
Determining the Build Quality of a Game Cartridge | RetroRGB
There are many important aspects to consider when assessing the quality of a reproduction or modern release game cartridge. Shell, label, beveled edge, chamfer, surface finish, etc… are all important things to consider. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago
Grumpy Gamer - Why Adventure Games Suck
I wrote this back in 1989 while I was designing Monkey Island. It is now the futuristic year of 2004 and we are all driving around in flying cars and wearing sliver jumps suits. A lot has changed for Adventure Games as well, but unfortunately not in the right direction. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago
Julia Computing & MIT Introduce Differentiable Programming System Bridging AI and Science
Scientific computing — loosely defined as the use of computational models to solve science and engineering problems — has benefited greatly in recent years from the rapid development of machine learning technologies in artificial intelligence. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago
Differentiable Programming Mega-Proposal - Pitches - Swift Forums
We have completed a comprehensive proposal for the differentiable programming feature we’ve been incubating over the last 1.5 years. We’ve gone over many iterations on the feature design, and have partially completed the implementation. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago
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6 weeks ago
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4gamer spoke to the team responsible for the Mega Drive Mini's brand-new port of Darius: Sega's Yosuke Okunari, M2's Naoki Horii, Taito's Yuichi Toyama and homebrew creator Hideki Konishi a.k.a. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago
Batman 1989: Why the iconic movie logo still resonates 30 years on - Features - Digital Arts
To celebrate 30 years of the Tim Burton classic, Jason Fabok, Chip Kidd, Tom Muller and other artists and designers discuss their love for the movie's logo and look. Close your eyes and think of the Batman symbol for a second. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago
Carl Sagan on Moving Beyond Us vs. Them, Bridging Conviction with Compassion, and Meeting Ignorance with Kindness
“In the course of looking deeply within ourselves, we may challenge notions that give comfort before the terrors of the world. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago
Founders of Successful Tech Companies Are Mostly Middle-Aged - The New York Times
It took an entrepreneur to reimagine the mundane home thermostat as an object of beauty — and then to make a fortune based on that vision. The entrepreneur was Tony Fadell, who had that thermostat epiphany after decades in the tech industry, including at companies like Apple. Mr. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago
0xabad1dea — ROMs and Mappers: Why NES Games Can Be So...
The Nintendo Entertainment System, as all gaming fans know, was a hugely successful console despite not being especially powerful even when it was new. Its popularity endures decades later. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago
bellingcat - Suspected Assassin In The Berlin Killing Used Fake Identity Documents - bellingcat
Last Friday, 23 August 2019, Zelimkhan Khangoshvili, a Georgian citizen living in Germany, was assassinated in downtown Berlin while having lunch on the way to a mosque for Friday prayer. Khangoshvili was assassinated with three bullets, two of them fired at close range at his head. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago
Sega is becoming its weird and wonderful self again
Sega is in an unexpectedly good place right now. The company was never on top of the industry; it's been beaten by Nintendo, by Sony, by the decline of the arcade. via Pocket
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8 weeks ago
What Glassdoor interview reviews reveal about tech hiring cultures
During the process of working on my book on machine learning interviews, one question that I’ve been asked many times by candidates is the onsite-to-offer ratio, e.g. what percentage of people who interview at a company eventually get an offer. via Pocket
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8 weeks ago
Retro-Gaming-Club in Hamburg: Hier wird gezockt wie in den 80ern | MOPO.de
Die Inhaber des Retro-Spiele-Clubs Robin Lösch und Patrick Becher (v.l.n.r.). Retro-Games feiern ihr Comeback: Viele große Hersteller wie Nintendo oder Playstation geben Neuauflagen ihrer beliebten Konsolen- und Spiele-Klassiker heraus. via Pocket
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8 weeks ago
RetroCollect Forum • View topic - PAL Zero Wing on NTSC?
The code for Sonic 1 for example is the same for the US / EU version. However, it was designed to run in NTSC, so it runs 20% slower in PAL. So using a EU cartridge of Sonic 1 on a US Machine will run at the intended speed.

Sonic 2, Quackshot, and Streets of Rage check to see if the console is set to 50Hz or 60Hz. Depending on the setting used, the game will run at similar speeds. Some games like Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine & Thunder Force IV support 50Hz or 60Hz, but the game won't boot if the the wrong region is used (you can bypass that with cheat codes).

Some PAL Mega Drive games like Earthworm 1 & 2 were optimised to run in 50Hz. Playing them in NTSC will cause the game to run too fast / have sprite flicker issues.

Micro Machines: Military Madness and Worms were designed to run in PAL. Running the game in NTSC will cause the game to run too fast / have sprite flicker issues.
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9 weeks ago
LATAM Linhas Aéreas Brasil
Compras realizadas no site da LATAM Airlines Brasil não estão sujeitas ao “Adicional de Emissão”. via Pocket
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9 weeks ago
How Friendships Change in Adulthood
In the hierarchy of relationships, friendships are at the bottom. Romantic partners, parents, children—all these come first. via Pocket
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9 weeks ago
Where to Download the Millions of Free eBooks that Secretly Entered the Public Domain - VICE
Everyone is paying for books when they don’t have to. There’s so many ways to read almost anything ever published, for free, that it borders on the obscene. via Pocket
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9 weeks ago
The Man Who Invented Modern Probability
Chance encounters in the life of Andrei Kolmogorov. If two statisticians were to lose each other in an infinite forest, the first thing they would do is get drunk. That way, they would walk more or less randomly, which would give them the best chance of finding each other. via Pocket
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9 weeks ago
Chill out! The 10 rules for a perfect fridge – from egg storage to deep cleaning | Food | The Guardian
With a smile and a bin liner, Marie Kondo is about to descend on your fridge. An Instagram story from her lifestyle brand KonMari.com yesterday ruled that you should always keep your fridge 30% empty – or 70% full, if that means more to you – for shopping and leftovers. via Pocket
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9 weeks ago
“Blast processing” in 2019: How an SNES emulator solved overclocking | Ars Technica
When it comes to emulator design, there's something to be said for trying to capture the workings of the original system as accurately as possible, warts and all. via Pocket
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9 weeks ago
One More Awesome Thing About Wario Land 2 | Retronauts
In case you couldn't tell from our most recent episode, I've been a little obsessed with the Wario Land series -- no surprises there. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago
"Tokyo Storefronts"「東京店構え」 · Mateusz Urbanowicz
A continuation of the "Tokyo Storefronts" illustrations series portraying fronts of retro-themed shops of Tokyo. Painted in 2016 this popular watercolor paintings series picked up by newspapers and TV shows became a full-fledged art album! via Pocket
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11 weeks ago
The Expurgation of <i>Maniac Mansion</i> forthe Nintendo Entertainment System
I was the on-the-edge new-media/technology guy at the LucasArts Entertainment Company, a spin-off of George Lucas's Lucasfilm Ltd. in Marin County, California. Most of my work was (if I may say so myself) "out there", but sometimes I would take on more mundane projects to help out. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago
Don't ask if a monorepo is good for you – ask if you're good enough for a monorepo
This is inspired by Dan Luu's post on the advantages of a single big repository over many small ones. That post is fairly old, and I confess that I'm hardly up to date on the state of tooling, both for managing multiple repos and for dealing with one big one. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago
John Carmack on Parallel Implementations
I used to Code Fearlessly all the time, tearing up everything whenever I had a thought about a better way of doing something. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago
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