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  2. Not knowing adds to your legendary-ness.
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  5. This was quite fun indeed and we should certainly do more homebrew games in the future! Congrats, RickR for that awesome score! By the way, I didn't know I was legendary. 😉
  6. Ms. Pac-Man episode on 7800 Ave. 


  7. Top shelf gaming right here! Nothing better then Ms. Pac-Man on the Atari 7800, that and a beautiful woman playing next to you - Life is good.
  8. This game is excellent, but it doesn't quite live up to Shark Shark. Mostly because it starts too slow. The real fun and points start to rack up only when your fish is bigger, and that takes a while. It's really fun though, and thank you for doing this challenge! It's so awesome to try new games.
  9. Congratulations RickR! Congratulations @RickR! What a fantastic score! I hope this was a fun challenge, we don't often get to play homebrew games in Squad Challenge, I think that's something we can do move of in the future. Shark! Shark! was always one of my favorite games on Intellivision and it was interesting to see a Shark! Shark! inspired homebrew hit the Atari 2600. A simple but fun concept. Thanks everyone for turning out to play a homebrew Squad Challenge. How do you think Go Fish! compares to other homebrew games on the Atari 2600? Does it live up to the fun of Shark! Shark! on the Intellivision? @RickR posted an impressive score of 2,649 points! The legendary @TrekMD ranked 2nd on the leaderboard with 1,717 points, and @RadioPoultry was right behind him with 1,488 points. @chas10e rounds things out with a solid showing of 831 points. Congrats to RickR for his top ranking and to everyone who jumped in this squad challenge and shared a score! I'd like to encourage RickR to post his new high score on the Scoreboard, and let's make sure this Challenge continues on! NOTE: Our next High Score Squad Challenge will be a special challenge celebrating National Pac-Man Day. Be there!
  10. Happy April! It's always a sunshine day when the Pie Factory Podcast brings you a new episode! This time, kick back with a couple of relaxing video games from the '80s, following Jim and Sean through their adventures. (Note: even though we at least twice mentioned the date we recorded this episode, we know that it's easy to forget or not even notice, but...this episode was recorded before the stay-at-home orders were issued! We assure you we practice social distancing. Then again, it's not much of a change of pace for either of us, given our social skills.) https://www.fab4it.com/piefactory/audio/PFP_Episode109.mp3
  11. Received a cool surprise package from The Atari Creep!
  12. Dang, that's an amazing score! I tried to improve mine further but just couldn't.
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  14. 2649! Quarantine time makes for good fishin'
  15. 🤣 Spin Doctors jokes will always be funny 

    1. RickR


      You're gonna have to provide an example. 


    2. kamakazi20012
  16. Time for a new Willie!'s ABC's of Favorite Sega Dreamcast Games!
  17. Fight! Fight! Fight!! 😄 Food Fight should be seen as a 7800 exclusive. I don't think it was on any other game console and it is a blast to play. I looks good with the vibrant colors and sounds really good considering it is only using TIA for the sounds. Imagine if that much work and effort in the sound and music department went into TIA on the 2600 games. Nice 2-player battle, Justin and Creeper! Sounds like you guys had fun even if you have a technical issue.
  18. WINNER: Justin Food Fight Atari 7800 March 30, 2020 ROUND 1: @Justin ROUND 2: @Atari Creep ROUND 3: @Justin Atari Creep and I played Food Fight on the 7800 over the weekend. We completed the first two rounds, and then Atari Creep went live on his Instagram to finish the 3rd round. My recollection is his best score for the 3rd round beat me by a few thousand points. He wasn't able to save the stream though so we didn't have the record of the final round that we thought we would. Chris insists he didn't top my score and that I won the 3rd round so I'll take the Win only begrudgingly. We're gonna go for a rematch again pretty soon.
  19. I need one.


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    2. Justin


      What would be cool is if O'Reilly actually stocked the replicas so you could complete your order. I remember this going around like 5 years ago and thinking you could actually order a replica and being disappointed when you couldn't. I'm sure they'd sell plenty.

    3. RickR


      I smell a business opportunity.  How hard would it be to create one with LED lights and a simple power connector?  We could call it a "Clux Fapacitor" to avoid litigation issues.  🙂  


    4. Justin
  20. Freddy would get his butt whipped...if I know Watson. If she's got the balls to punch Malfoy then Krueger doesn't stand a chance.
  21. Final day to get your scores in for this Squad Challenge! Good luck everybody! 🙌
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  23. Clue had a competitor called Whodunit? I had both. I liked them both but favored Whodunit? better. The player pieces were wood. https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/1691/whodunit My wife and I have board games but rarely play them. I get board (see how I did that?) with them quickly. I'll play board games on a game machine all day long because you can have more than two players. During my young adult years I would visit my cousin often. Her house was grand central station for fun. And she had a ton of board games. She also had a few for the NES and SuperNES. Clue was one she had on the Super which was a lot of fun but you had to have the game's manual because your "scratch" sheet was on two center pages. She would take it to work with her and make copies using their Xerox machine. I got the Genesis port and, yep, same thing. I went to the post office to get mine copied. Fun game but make sure you have the manual.
  24. Did anyone ever play "Clue: The Great Museum Caper"? That game was indeed great! They ought to re-release that one.
  25. There's a Gameboy version of Clue that's pretty good if you want to play but can't find two extra people. Also on other systems too. NES, for example. I've got a couple of board game GBA carts that I like to take with me on airplane trips. Usually three games per cart, and the computer makes a good opponent.
  26. Nope...Mr. Body did it. Mr Green worked for the F.B.I. 😉
  27. And if you want to know who killed Mr. Boddy, it was Mr. Green who did it. In the hall. With the revolver.
  28. I've really been into Clue lately. My brother got me this board game for Christmas a few months ago. The only problem is trying to find a time when my family actually wants to play it with me.
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