Linked by Jordan Spencer Cunningham on Tue 31st Mar 2009 02:59 UTC
Games Not only can this nifty old-school 8-bit computer play all of your old NES games (with a converter, of course), but you can also program your own mind-challenging games, stimulating chiptune music, and "circuit-bending art" with this affordable keyboard, mouse, and controller combination. The package includes the keybaord, mouse, two game controllers, an OS cartridge (containing a GUI in Madarin Chinese as well as an English DOS prompt, BASIC programming language and sprite manipulator, and an 8-bit music composer), RCA cables, and a nine-volt power supply. What's more is that it ships in 3-5 business days, so you can relive the golden days of Saturday mornings with the NES before the week is out.
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RE[3]: Mmmm C64
by WereCatf on Wed 1st Apr 2009 12:20 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Mmmm C64"
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Starting with BASIC didn't do hundreds of 80s kids any harm.

I, too, started with BASIC on C64. Then I moved on to assembly, C, C++ and PHP. Never bothered with any BASICs, even Visual Basic, after C64 though ;)

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