ROL Out: Game 2 (Atari 2600 Emulated Novice/B Mode)

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ROL Out: Game 2 418 points
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ROL out game 3 is like breakout game 3 except it allows the score to go way beyond 864

I'm using a mouse which is most difficoult. This means I will not be going beyond the limited score until I land this job and buy a new stelladapter. It is still the ROL out rom thus it is a proper listing and you can tell as such do to the opposite colored bricks.

I will contenue to do these and after the basically normal games I will get into the settings where the game gets truly unique and fun.

I reccomend all lovers of breakout to give this ROL out game a try.

-- Posted by thedarkbanshee on 2014-11-20 23:32:41   Reply
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Sorry I ment this is game 2 and as you can see in video its game 2

-- Posted by thedarkbanshee on 2014-11-20 23:33:20   Reply
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Note go to full screen so you can view that I set the settings to B/B novice

-- Posted by thedarkbanshee on 2014-11-20 23:34:54   Reply
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do you know where to buy a stelladapter?   I have failed to find one.

-- Posted by S.BAZ on 2014-12-14 12:41:27   Reply
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@S.BAZ: went to atariage to get you the link as that is where I purchessed mine. Seems it is nolonger listed.

There is a retrolink duel controller adapter it is 80% cheaper then the stelladapter with good reason even though the stelladapter only offers a single port. Here is why. The stelladapter supports controllers identical to the 2600 including paddles, driving and gensis controllers. The retrolink does not. It only supports joystick from 2600 and C64. So I recommend staying awat from this cheap product.

There is the 2600 adapter their Homepage shows it's campatibulity


I never used one and can only go by its home page info. As for further support test at your own risk. Stelladapter supposably did not support gensis yet it does or least mine did. But it was a one button support rather then the full support.

There is also a sega gensis adapter

I have no idea what it may or may not support. Reviews on several simular products tend to be unreliable when it comes to these type of prodycts. When I bought my N64/PSX adapter it had horrible reviews. I bought one anyway and thought it was garbage until I figured out how to use it. Some of these products are not straight fowered. The N64 Gaming system had various different controllers in it's line even if the controller looks identical. Original controllers insides were much different over later models. Also the centering system with the console was a on plug in setup thus if the stick is off set its off set position would be the center position. This kind of programming was not setup in the N64/PSX adapter and required a workarround when setting up as it is not as simple as plug N play but unlike the reviews it did work.

Anyhow my point is if you have the cash buy it and find out because hunting info on these things is pointless. You will either end up with a good product or a pile of crap.

-- Posted by thedarkbanshee on 2014-12-15 17:45:48   Reply
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ha nice.  thanks !

-- Posted by S.BAZ on 2014-12-15 20:17:05   Reply