Hi, On 2013-07-12 19:27, Peter Rittwage wrote: > There is also a C64 "slowdown" cart which attached the IRQ line to a > timer and potentiometer. It would inject IRQ's to slow down, or pause, > the running program. > > It was a simple cart circuit, and it had really odd effects on different > games. > > FYI: another C64 slowdown product was the: "Slomo" "Micro VDU Screen Controller" made by Nidd Valley in England See picture: http://i.imgur.com/WpB3KFp.jpg Googl'ing for "slomo nidd valley" reveals that this product was available for BBC Acorn, Spectrum and Amstrad CPC. There seems to be no information about the C64 edition on Google - but the picture proves that such product did exist for C64 PS: the "Slomo" on the picture belongs to a friend of mine - and I forgot to take a closer look at it the last time I visited him. /Uffe Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2013-07-28 17:00:06
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