Remember when you and your friends took that epic adventure through the woods behind your house? Or when you went as C3PO for Halloween, snuck into a movie, or went to the Grand Canyon? Post photos and share your greatest Adventures & Memories!
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Simple High Score Challenges - High Score Squad is a semi-monthly competition comprised of high score contests called "Squad Challenges". Players compete individually for the highest score possible. Squad Challenges are posted on the 1st and 15th of every month.
2 players battle each other for high score, best of 3 wins. Your classic console won't connect to Xbox Live? Here's the answer. Play three short runs against a friend in the forums, best of 3 wins! When you're finished, post your scores here!
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After years of using computers in various forms, various platforms, assembling my own rig, well before competing platforms like Windows / MacOS even existed, I am of the opinion that this is definitely the answer of AT LEAST 98% of computer related issues 😛
All of the non-gaming stuff in my life ramped up significantly to where I postponed my Twitch show on a few occasions.
While work was rather hectic, it was still going well. However, it remained hectic throughout these summer months; I had to do a double-take when I realized it was the 2nd half of August.
Unrelated, but no less important: I went for a Wellness Visit (Physical) for the first time in far too long. I went for the proverbial full tune-up including a tetanus shot. (Wow, that part really sucked. I'm not going to sugarcoat it at all. You feel it for 2-3 days, and my body sure felt it.) The good news is that all of my vitals are normal and test results were negative. So let this serve as a reminder: Be sure to get a check-up especially if you're getting up there in age like I am.
I was hoping to stream an episode before an upcoming trip but that won't happen, unfortunately. I realized that I really hadn't kept up on any retro gaming news and world records, and I'd rather get back into the swing of things before getting back on Twitch. I had to put the MGL aside (I started off well but would have likely faded given the list of games chosen for this quarter, but I was having a lot of fun).
I'm glad to see that atari.io is still up and running smoothly and that the community here remains positive. I look forward to joining a Wednesday night chat in the near future.
Man with TV on head terrorizes neighborhood by leaving old CRTs on their front porches:
Here's a great title for #cibsunday in terms of gameplay and packaging. Control the mother kangaroo by hopping over platforms and climbing ladders to save her baby while avoiding apple throwing monkeys. I played this in arcades as a kid and really enjoyed it although I didn't get very far. It was one of those games with so many different sounds, bright colors, and lots of things going on at once. This 2600 port does a really good job of delivering the same sort of action and looks pretty good, I think, although it's far from the arcade. I really like the artwork and fold out instructions too. 🍎🍓🥊
I had a tooth extracted today. Goodbye tooth number 16. I'll try to be more focused on number 3 over the weekend. Stranger Things 3, Dragon's Lair III, and Day of the Dead, the third film in George A. Romero's trilogy. These show up in Stranger Things in case you missed it. Weekend's looking better. 👍👍👍