From: Marko Mäkelä (marko.makela_at_hut.fi)
Date: 2002-06-16 16:43:12
Anders Carlsson wrote: > Oh, Mikro Assembler (Audiogenic VP078 as you can see). I was aware of > this cartridge since before, but possibly nobody had dumped it. It may > have been distributed in the US by UMI, as it seems quite a deal of UMI > carts showed up in the UK/Europe under Audiogenic's Vic Pack label, but > using different serial numbers. However, I'm sure Ward et.al have > figured that out by now. Ward has "retired" from the VIC-20 digital archaeology project, but there is some work going on. The PCB scan in Micro Assembler-docs.zip, available at http://www.funet.fi/pub/cbm/vic20/roms/tools/16k/, confirms your theory, because the letters UMI appear on the circuit board. I'm including the rest of your message verbatim, for the reference of the digital archaeology project list members. (All VIC-20 enthusiasts out there are welcome to join the project!) Marko > It seems the Mikro Assembler has some graphics utilities besides a > traditional assembler? Another Vic Pack utility, Buti Plus, came with > other Basic extentions and a monitor. I think both these carts were > made by Supersoft, and possibly used the same TIM monitor in that case. > > Ask your collegue if he doesn't have any hidden Handic/Datatronic carts > as well. They may really be collectable. :-) I found these in old Handic > ads, and some might be on Ward's vaporware list: > > Turtle Bridge [Vic-7101 ?] : Odd serial number. No more information. > Space Snake [Vic-7301 ?] : Dumped, but not verified serial#. > Bridge [Vic-7302 ?] : Might be the same thing as Vic-1903. > A World at War [Vic-7303] : Dumped and verified serial# by me. > > Now, if Handic/Datatronic got permission by Commodore to use the > Vic-numbering system starting at 7300, from where would 7100 originate? > > /Anders Carlsson > > > > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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