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A good shootist will get to shoot bottles over Gramps' head and then move on to the barn scene. scenes — the barnyard fence, cornfield, and barn — alternating with Grandpa's bo- nus round. You'll see how to set the color values for these registers in a fu- ture column on bit-mapped graphics. ), and you should hopefully have a good grasp of what screen memory is and how it works for each of the 12 graphics modes. Flippies (diskettes containing both Commodore and Atari versions, one on each side) have decreased, with games be- ing produced for only one machine (usually the Commodore). And manufacturers avoid supporting the machines, fearful that they'll be stuck with excess inventory. Enough of this pleading; let's get on to this month's games. These very specialized games are the easiest to buy and the easi- est to review. While each may feature a differ- ent battle in a different era, their basic programming structure is typically the same.
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