You brought up the PCS game machine. Carl built a prototype in 1998 and we
showed it at the blind convention.
It was a stripped down DOS computer with a 200 mhz processor CD drive, no
hard drive and two speakers.
We were going to sell it for about $300 including the 8 CD games we had
produced, but the plan fell through. Carl's supplier only had a few of the
boxes and parts left and
wanted too much for the next higher speed processor.
You put the game CD in the drive and it booted off a floppy which contained
all your high score files and game saved files.
The eight games were,
Red Dragon Kick Boxing Challenge,
A 2 Z Key Search
Pac Man, the DOS version,
and Mobius Mountain.
At the time we wer charging thirty dollars for the CD versions, which would
be $240 if purchased separately.
This is what I remember, but I may have gotten some of the details wrong.
----- Original Message -----
From: "shaun everiss" <sm.ever...@gmail.com>
Sent: Monday, February 14, 2011 6:55 PM
Subject: [Audyssey] 2 birds
This message is in reply to a couple things.
1 licencing for things.
Not sure how much it would cost if at all for someone to licence stuff for
a console or so.
ON the subject of our standard console, I am not sure if it would go ok or
pcs tried to make something called a game station ages back and nothing
happened with that.
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