Atari 8-bit

One cannot deny his humble IT beginnings. The Atari 130XE was the very first computer I had access to. In a way, that particular machine pointed me to the (right) direction of IT and computer science.

Here, you can find my solo or group creations either for the Atari 8-bit computers themselves or closely related PC utilities.
My areas of interest are: 1. storing data on cassettes, 2. programming using the CC65 toolkit.


TURGEN is the main application of a small ecosystem of powerful tools and utilities that allow you to create tapes with software for 8-bit Atari computers. This is my primary spare-time project for practicing programming, especially in the Java programming language.

BAHA Software

Review productions of now defunct software group, collaborative efforts of BAKTRA Software and HardCore.

Lost Miner Games

Simple platformers for 8-bit Atari computers created using the CC65 toolkit.

Turbo 2000

Information on usage of the Turbo 2000 system in the 21st century. In Czech.


A tool for dumping .ATR disk images. Heavily inspired by the IBM DSN1PRNT utility.