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  1. 2 points
    Great score! I tried my hardest and when I got to score that I did. I think I did clear three times. That was really hard to do. it sucks that when you don't even take a shot that it counts as a missed shot too.
  2. 2 points
    jmjustin6

    Atari I/O Secret Santa 2018!

    My want list Anything 90s cartoon network or Nick Any nes games I dont have already Any boxed atari games I dont have already. But really i dont have a specific want list of specific games I can think of. I just got my first ps4 and I've been playing it like crazy
  3. 2 points
    Absolutely! We want High Score Squad to be accessible to as many people as possible. You can always play on SNES Classic 👍 This was an issue we spent a lot of time discussing when we were developing what High Score Squad would be. Some of my friends, long-time Atari people, felt that it wouldn't be a level playing field to play on emulation or dedicated consoles and that we should only be playing on real hardware. I totally get where they're coming from, and if we were playing at a super serious level or for a world record, I would agree. We're only playing for fun though, and we want as many people to participate as can! So I see it as pick your "weapon of choice", if a player thinks there's some significant advantage to playing on emulation or a dedicated console, go for it. We all have that option and are free to choose what works best for us. Much like picking which air car works best for you in F-ZERO. The whole idea is to get people playing and rediscovering these old games. More and more that means on a dedicated console like NES Mini or Atari Flashback. We want High Score Squad to be a good reason to play and enjoy these games. The key here is that you are: Playing the original game ROM, not an altered or hacked version Not using cheats, hacks, cartridge frying, emulation enhancements,, subterfuge, or any other unfair advantage Playing the correct release of the game. Atari 2600 Dig Dug is not Atari 7800 Dig Dug, etc. If you look at the top left of every Squad Challenge you will see we lay out what controllers, difficulty level etc. we are playing on. The sixth line almost always says: Play on: Real Hardware / Dedicated Console / MAME / Emulation OK! ✔ I think you'll do just fine here ☺️ If you have any questions feel free to ask, or check out this page with more detailed rules:
  4. 2 points
    I hope this is OK. If not, I'll do it again with a video file.
  5. 1 point
    F-ZERO Super Nintendo Entertainment System Controller: PLAYER'S CHOICE Difficulty Level: Grand Prix > King League > Standard Class > Mute City III Achieve best time to win challenge Play on: Real Hardware / Dedicated Console / MAME / Emulation OK! ✔ Squad Challenge ends 11:59 pm PST December 14th, 2018 Objective: Play for the best possible time using the difficulty settings defined in the challenge. Post a photo or video of your score in this thread. Scores must be achieved between December 1st through December 14th, 2018. Screen captures are not allowed as they are easily manipulated for falsified scores. Multiple submissions are permitted. The player with the best time at the end of the competition is the victor! Eligibility: Anyone can join in. All players are welcome! Play Rules: Games may be played on real hardware or emulation, using any controller or keyboard, following rules and game settings as delineated in the Squad Challenge. Enhancements and hacked versions of this game are not allowed. Difficulty Level: Grand Prix > King League > Standard Class > Mute City III. We are playing for the best overall time to complete the course at Mute City III. At the title screen select Grand Prix. Players may select any air car they wish. Next, select the League and Class in which you wish to race. Players will select King League, Standard Class. This will start you at Mute City III. You do not have to play the rest of the courses. We are only playing for the best overall time to complete the course at Mute City III. Fair Play: Players should play fairly, be honest, and have fun! Falsified scores will result in your immediate removal from the site. It goes without saying that no use of cheats, hacks, cartridge frying, enhancements, Photoshop, subterfuge, or any other unfair advantage is allowed. Everybody hates a cheater. More: To review detailed rules on how to play, please visit the High Score Squad page here: http://forums.atari.io/index.php/topic/1219-high-score-squad-how-to-play/ Message: Welcome to our 48th Squad Challenge! This time we're playing our first Super Nintendo Squad Challenge, a true SNES classic! F-ZERO is one of the iconic titles on Super Nintendo and was a good demonstration of the Super Nintendo's Mode 7 graphics. F-ZERO was a predecessor to anti-gravity racing league games such as Wipeout that would come in following generations. PDF F-ZERO Instruction Booklet is attached below. Good luck! Note: This is our first Super Nintendo Squad Challenge! F-ZERO.pdf
  6. 1 point
    I like all of the courses but Silence was my favorite. Mute City III was a challenging course for sure. I'd always get those dumb drivers, about to blow up, get in front of me.
  7. 1 point
    atarifan95

    Faygo - Reviews & More

    Surprised I missed this thread all the times I've been here. I live in Michigan, and Faygo is a great drink. The shop at my college had a bunch of them when I was there too.
  8. 1 point
    You know it saddens me that SEGA has never matched the quality / quantity / fun that they generated back in the 8-16 bit era. 😐
  9. 1 point
    nosweargamer

    The No Swear Gamer

    In my latest video, I go over some recent pickups, including a surprise gift from Willie!
  10. 1 point
    The worst was when you shot landed right on the edge on the side in-between two blocks😞
  11. 1 point
    I believe it would be acceptable. I used a NES Classic Mini in another score challenge not too long ago. Real hardware, dedicated consoles, MAME and emulation are OK.
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  13. 1 point
    I'll see you out there in Mute City III
  14. 1 point
    Let's rock!
  15. 1 point
    I actually have this! I haven't played in at least 20 years! Let's rock!
  16. 1 point
    I'll start us off with our first time: 2' 27" 10
  17. 1 point
    Justin

    Star Trek Continues

    Sounds about right to me!
  18. 1 point
    Hat Trick! It took many, many, many, many, many....tries, but I finally cleared the canyon 3 times within a game. KidA, you really pushed me to my limit! 1517
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