I wish that the store had not taken my money then, if they no longer sell the adapter...
At least, I would have expected a reply to my emails. But if you got your items within 10 days, then something has gone seriously wrong, for sure.
I'll check out that adapter you suggested.
> ...and honestly, no complaints. I ordered from them ~4-6 months ago. Within
> 7-10 days I had the two Atari 2600 and the two NES adapters I ordered from
> RetroZone's RetroUSB line. All four adapters work flawlessly. I'm sorry though
> to read of your experience.
> Edit/update: Interesting...Just visited their website and I saw they are no
> longer selling the Atari/C64 adapters, just the parts to build your own.
> Perhaps they're short inventory now (?)
> As for another place for a similar product try here:
> I have never purchased one myself, but many others have and it works perfectly
> as well. It will cost you more because you need to purchase a USB cable as well
> (As opposed to RetroZone's all-in-one adapter and cable design).