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  1. Working on improving my High Score 62,900
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  3. I paid for my Jason Vec Multicart like 3 weeks ago and still waiting on it. Not that I need it as I own 2 other multicarts for the Vectrex already LOL. Still anything Vectrex is cool and always worthy of owning.
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  4. 🔥 I've lost 70 lbs since the middle of May!
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  5. That's how I feel and this one was was cheap enough. 🙂 I waited longer for mine as I never received it when I originally ordered it. He sent me a replacement that I got last week.
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  6. Star Raiders, Tempest, Blaster, The Last Starfighter, Galaxian, Centipede, Star Wars: TAG, just to name a few. Course some of them really shine with the trakball instead, but most of the games I really like on the system pretty much play best with an analog controller. I have an old AA redemption adapter for use with 7800 or Sega controllers but rarely use it.
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  7. LeeJ07

    eBay Finds

    I mentioned this before a couple weeks ago on my profile, but I've just now got around to photographing it. This is my first ever boxed NES game, Time Lord.
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  8. He contacted me about 3 weeks back to pay him for it which, I did pretty much immediately. I won't have a case for it and I will need to create a sticker for the eprom window as I don't believe they arrive with that covered already. And yes, I saw the video on the 8-bit version and the limitation they ran into. But I also think that if they could have gotten a few more interested people to help in creating it in btimap mode, it would also sell quite a few copies. There aren't that many new Atari 8-bit releases and you know how we are in the Atari world, we always hunger for more games! If some cool Pokey tunes could have been made that would have helped as well. David didn't mention it, but in composite you kinda get some colored effects as well. You can even see it in his video when he is showing it playing on a CRT. You can see that the floor titles have a red hue to them. The air conditioner cooling fans will also have some blue on the lines that make up the outlines and such. If anything, when I get my s-video cable in for using with these systems, I might be more saddened by the lack of color! LOL! I would like to see them make a 5200 port though. The keypad would act to select the items without scrolling through them with the one button using your selected item and the other being used to fire in the direction you have your controller. But I don't think that will happen unless he gets quite a lot of interested and sales in the current Atari 8-bit version.
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  9. I also purchased this and I think mine came in around the same time. I do wish they could have found a way to put some color into it as we know the Atari 8-bits could pull it off and the sounds are good but the music... well, I don't listen to it and I guess that is the reason it is turned off by default. Still the game is a lot of fun and I'm still trying to find the best way to get through the first map. I don't have any working disk drives for my 130xe so I've been playing the digital ATR of the game Dave includes on my Uno. Also, why didn't they are least have the game support standard joystick controls for at least moving around and have the button double so that a single press could activate whatever item you are holding, but press and hold the button plus a control would fire the weapons? I've not had an instance where we needed to shoot on the move yet although I'm sure that could be a thing on later maps. I saw on FB where Dave mentioned someone is thinking of porting this to the 5200 but they aren't sure there is enough demand for it with cartridges needing to be made. Although I think many 5200 gamers also have the Atarimax carts they could use to play it as well. Still though, if the game requires 48k on the Atari, they would have to be pretty creative with porting it over to the 5200 and its 16k RAM limitation.
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  10. My brother who recently died of the second Moderna shot left a lot for me to go through, but I found he kept some of his TI-99/4A stuff in a box after all those years. I wonder if he knew he even had them? I remember those disks I made for him, I'm amazed the labels are still attached. Anyway is was a bright spot to remember the TI times I spent with my brother.
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  11. OK, played a bit and improved on my score...
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  12. I had a much better experience with the wireless Retron controller. 32,000. I will try again later.
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  13. OK, I just played a quick game. Here is my score...
    1 point
  14. Going live with my attempt Best from the stream: 49,000, which you can see around the 25 minute mark.
    1 point
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