|Nick H, - 02/07/2009|
If you have an APE interface i can send you something that will let you turn cartridges into disk images contact me at NickH93@aim.com
|Ken Miller - 20/10/2008|
Way back in the day, I wrote a little game called Midas Maze. If it wasn't for Action I wouldnt have even tried. I knew 6502 Assemble langauge, even had/have Mac/65. But Action allowed me the freedom to create, not worry about making sure all my code was correct the first time. I still own both carts and own 3 Ataris and an Indus GT disk drive. And once in a while for fun I boot up Action and just play.
|Chaz Antonelli - 11/07/2008|
The creator/author of Action was from Rochester, New York, USA. He came to my computer store (It's a MicroWorld) to one of our IMAUG (It's a Microworld Atari Users Group) meetings to demo it long before it came out commercially.
The OSS spanner logo is the official release.
|syntax - 10/06/2008|
I have an original Action cartridge by OSS dated 1984 but mine has a picture of a hexagonal nut with a spanner ? Seems to be different from the pictures shown.
|Missing original disk and cartridge images!
The first two scans are of the box; the others are of two label variants on actual cartridges.