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SubjectIf you bought one or more of the USB Atari joysticks... new Reply to this message
Posted byitchyNADZ
Posted on01/04/09 01:19 PM



I received this email this morning:


>> When can I expect the 4 joysticks I ordered to be shipped?

Hi,

I'll be speaking with the factory tomorrow PM, but if all is on track, they
should ship to arrive within the US around the mid of January so I can start
processing and packing orders and getting them shipped to buyers.

Curt








SubjectRe: If you bought one or more of the USB Atari joysticks... new Reply to this message
Posted byjumpmanjr
Posted on01/06/09 11:10 PM



i bought two of them... just in time to play games during super bowl i suppose

> I received this email this morning:
>
>
> >> When can I expect the 4 joysticks I ordered to be shipped?
>
> Hi,
>
> I'll be speaking with the factory tomorrow PM, but if all is on track, they
> should ship to arrive within the US around the mid of January so I can start
> processing and packing orders and getting them shipped to buyers.
>
> Curt
>
>
>
>
>



Subjectstill haven't got mine :( new Reply to this message
Posted byjumpmanjr
Posted on01/18/09 12:29 PM



> I received this email this morning:
>
>
> >> When can I expect the 4 joysticks I ordered to be shipped?
>
> Hi,
>
> I'll be speaking with the factory tomorrow PM, but if all is on track, they
> should ship to arrive within the US around the mid of January so I can start
> processing and packing orders and getting them shipped to buyers.
>
> Curt
>
>
>
>
>





SubjectRe: still haven't got mine :( new Reply to this message
Posted byTrebor
Posted on01/19/09 11:47 AM



"Thanks everyone...

Surgery is scheduled for Thursday, I'm on a mega antibotic cocktail to try and nuke out any residual infection I may have before the surgery, gonna be a lot more then I had originally thought, I have a psuedoanuerism on the root of my aorta and the surgeon is considering replacing the original mitral valve he put in back in June and is going to examine the aortic valve for a 1-3mm "possible" infection they see, but can't determine yet until they go in.

Marty, Albert and Karl are all in the loop and will get updates as things going along, I've got limited wifi here at the hospital so at least I can post on AA, outbound smtp is a big no-no so answering emails is not an easy process, but I've got the beginnings of a decent work around forming.

I'm coding Adventure II on windows right now, so that is keeping me busy and I've made the decision that once I get home, get well enough and get the joystick shipments on track, have decided that I will go forward with doing the paddle controllers in the late Spring, a lot of people have asked for them and I think they will be well received.

So I'm staying positive, looking forward to recovering and getting back on track with the classic gaming products. Thank you to everyone for you support and kind words.


Curt"

http://www.atariage.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=131503&st=200&p=1657510&#entry1657510

-Trebor


SubjectThanks for the update Trebor new Reply to this message
Posted byitchyNADZ
Posted on01/21/09 03:22 AM



Nice to know what's going on.


> "Thanks everyone...
>
> Surgery is scheduled for Thursday, I'm on a mega antibotic cocktail to try and
> nuke out any residual infection I may have before the surgery, gonna be a lot
> more then I had originally thought, I have a psuedoanuerism on the root of my
> aorta and the surgeon is considering replacing the original mitral valve he put
> in back in June and is going to examine the aortic valve for a 1-3mm "possible"
> infection they see, but can't determine yet until they go in.
>
> Marty, Albert and Karl are all in the loop and will get updates as things going
> along, I've got limited wifi here at the hospital so at least I can post on AA,
> outbound smtp is a big no-no so answering emails is not an easy process, but
> I've got the beginnings of a decent work around forming.
>
> I'm coding Adventure II on windows right now, so that is keeping me busy and
> I've made the decision that once I get home, get well enough and get the
> joystick shipments on track, have decided that I will go forward with doing the
> paddle controllers in the late Spring, a lot of people have asked for them and I
> think they will be well received.
>
> So I'm staying positive, looking forward to recovering and getting back on track
> with the classic gaming products. Thank you to everyone for you support and kind
> words.
>
>
> Curt"
>
http://w> ww.atariage.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=131503&st=200&p=1657510&#entry1657510
>
> -Trebor
>







SubjectAnother Update... new Reply to this message
Posted byTrebor
Posted on02/13/09 06:13 AM



"We are now SOLD OUT of the first 10,000 units. All September pre-orders have been shipped, October orders are starting to be shipped next week, and by March 2009 all orders will be shipped and at this time we will get in another 10,000 pcs and open up the store again, but we need to get these current orders out the door first...

Also on this next shipment, due to so many inquiries, yes we will wholesale to retailers looking to sell our controllers, so email if you'd like to be contacted in March to place orders, 25pcs minimum wholesaler quantities."

http://www.legacyengineer.com/store.html

-Trebor





SubjectRe: still haven't got mine :( Reply to this message
Posted byjumpmanjr
Posted on03/12/09 02:45 AM



ordered mine in the first 10k batch and still haven't received mine or heard an update. can't wait to receive it! :)

> "Thanks everyone...
>
> Surgery is scheduled for Thursday, I'm on a mega antibotic cocktail to try and
> nuke out any residual infection I may have before the surgery, gonna be a lot
> more then I had originally thought, I have a psuedoanuerism on the root of my
> aorta and the surgeon is considering replacing the original mitral valve he put
> in back in June and is going to examine the aortic valve for a 1-3mm "possible"
> infection they see, but can't determine yet until they go in.
>
> Marty, Albert and Karl are all in the loop and will get updates as things going
> along, I've got limited wifi here at the hospital so at least I can post on AA,
> outbound smtp is a big no-no so answering emails is not an easy process, but
> I've got the beginnings of a decent work around forming.
>
> I'm coding Adventure II on windows right now, so that is keeping me busy and
> I've made the decision that once I get home, get well enough and get the
> joystick shipments on track, have decided that I will go forward with doing the
> paddle controllers in the late Spring, a lot of people have asked for them and I
> think they will be well received.
>
> So I'm staying positive, looking forward to recovering and getting back on track
> with the classic gaming products. Thank you to everyone for you support and kind
> words.
>
>
> Curt"
>
http://w> ww.atariage.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=131503&st=200&p=1657510&#entry1657510
>
> -Trebor
>





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