Anybody who follows this space regularly and/or listens to my podcasts know of my particular fascination with discrete logic projects, especially video games. Well, a very interesting opportunity presented itself recently when a lot of 10 arcade boards came up for auction, most of which were the TTL variety. Some pretty big names of the… Read More A Terrific TTL Treasure Trove!
Hoo boy. Building this one was a doozy. This is probably the game in the book that intrigued me most as a nine year old when I first borrowed this book from the LaGrange Public Library. It’s the one that most resembled a game I was familiar with, in this case, Space Invaders. An interesting… Read More Stormtrooper Attack – Making Your Own Video Games, 1970’s Style (Part 3)
Years ago, at the tender age of 10, I found an intriguing, thick, old red book at my local library (the LaGrange Memorial Library in LaGrange, GA, where I lived for a brief period of my life). Festooned in gold lettering on the cover was the thrilling title: How to Design and Build Your Own… Read More Making Your Own Video Games, 1970’s Style