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  1. 3 points
    kamakazi20012

    Harry Potter vs Freddy Krueger ?

    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.
  2. 3 points
    Willie!

    Arcade USA

    Interesting game from the early 80's by CinemaTronics!
  3. 3 points
    TrekMD

    Squad Challenge - Go Fish! (Atari 2600)

    I have a new score! And I got it with the sound off! LOL
  4. 2 points
    MaximumRD

    Harry Potter vs Freddy Krueger ?

    Just a fun fan mashup! 😆
  5. 2 points
    Did anyone ever play "Clue: The Great Museum Caper"? That game was indeed great! They ought to re-release that one.
  6. 2 points
    atarifan95

    How Often Do You Play Board Games?

    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.
  7. 2 points
    WINNER: Justin Xevious Atari 7800 March 30, 2020 ROUND 1: @RadioPoultry ROUND 2: @Justin ROUND 3: @Justin RadioPoultry is a SERIOUS contender and this was a great game to play! He's a gentleman and a great guy to play against. The Atari 7800 really shines with Xevious as @kamakazi20012 was just saying, it feels like legit arcade action with a ton of stuff moving around the screen and zero slowdown. This match was particularly fun because Radio and I both got farther in Xevious than either of us ever had. Radio always posts incredible scores, when I sat down to play this morning I thought I was done for. I barely squeaked by, and RadioPoultry and I had a very close game. Hope to play again!
  8. 2 points
    kamakazi20012

    Game Development Guide

    You're welcome but I won't be teaching programming this time around. What I'm after is those interested in making video games to have the basic knowledge and understanding of what it takes to make a game. I'm also going to be expressing what making a game should be all about. I don't want people coming in full force and making games just to make money. Money should never be the reason behind making games. Those that do that don't and never will care about the video game community and we don't want that. I want people that want to make a game because of their passion for video games and the machines whether it be one or many. If people coming here because they want to make a game but they haven't got a clue on where to begin then I hope this guide will point them in the right direction to having all of their ducks in a row. It is soo much easier to come to the programming stage after spending time putting together everything conceptual on paper from the story to character designs to world appearances that are to be put in the game. There is a reason to my madness for doing it this way that will all come together in the end.
  9. 2 points
    dauber

    Autobiography of a Schnook

    How about a new episode? Stay safe, everybody! In this chapter: ∙ How to Do a Podcast - perhaps something to do during your quarantine? ∙ Yes, And - tales of an improv dropout ∙ Music for Schnooks: "Going" - arguably the most significant lyric in The Beatles' entire discography https://www.schnookpodcast.com/audio/Schnook_Chapter19.mp3
  10. 2 points
    Here's the other one. This one is the sole reason why I wanted a LaserDisc player. Wal-Mart in Branson, Missouri had a Pioneer LD setup and playing a demo disc. This clip from The Mind's Eye was playing when I discovered the setup in the store one visit my Mother and I made. I repeated that clip about 4 times on the machine. Something about was just mesmerizing to me. I loved the music especially and I thought the animation did a very good job of getting the story across without any dialog. See what you think? On a side note, I had this on Radio Shack's version of the Mind's Eye on VHS. I never got the LD or the LD version of the Mind's Eye which I wish I could find now that I have a LD player. I absolutely LOVE the music in The Mind's Eye and Beyond The Mind's Eye videos. I would sometimes just put these in to go to sleep on.
  11. 2 points
    chas10e

    How Often Do You Play Board Games?

    took this pic awhile ago ...figgered it'd make good wall paper every once inawhile they will fall off the little ledger I have there I look for 'em at thrifts open 'em up the instructions usually have a parts list so I'll take the time too see if it's complete I try and find stuff from the earliest patent of the game (like first editions I guess) ... IMHO ... if it looks old its pretty cool ... my family doesn't alway agree ... I still haven't played my 1934 Monopoly yet ;"( for family gatherings I usually take 4 or 5 games with me. they also have favorites of their own. some winners I brought were "The Amazing Race", "Score Four", "Trouble", "Dynamite Shack" ... they always have a "scabble-off" "Settlers of Catan" ( or just Catan ) is wildly popular the card games like D&D ain't my thing I would like to learn how to play "Go" I have one with the stones & all .... one of these days I guess
  12. 2 points
    btbfilms76

    7800 Avenue

    SNK / Atari Ikari Warriors
  13. 2 points
    RickR

    Squad Challenge - Go Fish! (Atari 2600)

    A nice silent 1844
  14. 2 points
    RickR

    Squad Challenge - Go Fish! (Atari 2600)

    Great score @TrekMD! I'm not sure I can beat that one, but I'll try. I also prefer no sound. It's just a little less distracting.
  15. 2 points
    Jennifer Connelly is also in the movie "Phenomena." It is like a horror-suspense movie.
  16. 1 point
    RickR

    Squad Challenge - Go Fish! (Atari 2600)

    2649! Quarantine time makes for good fishin'
  17. 1 point
    Willie!

    Arcade USA

    Time for a new Willie!'s ABC's of Favorite Sega Dreamcast Games!
  18. 1 point
    RickR

    How Often Do You Play Board Games?

    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.
  19. 1 point
    kamakazi20012

    How Often Do You Play Board Games?

    Nope...Mr. Body did it. Mr Green worked for the F.B.I. 😉
  20. 1 point
    atarifan95

    How Often Do You Play Board Games?

    And if you want to know who killed Mr. Boddy, it was Mr. Green who did it. In the hall. With the revolver.
  21. 1 point
    kamakazi20012

    Samus Ragequits Metroid Vid

    I got stuck while playing Metroid Other M on the Wii today. While I was hunting anything on Google to help me out I found this video and I thought it was funny. LOL.
  22. 1 point
    kamakazi20012

    Samus Ragequits Metroid Vid

    Hehe...here's another Metroid related one.
  23. 1 point
    "Where did YOU learn to fly?"
  24. 1 point
    Willie!

    Arcade USA

    Thanks to all who attended the 8000 sub livestream last night 🙂 Congrats to the winner RB1033 as well!
  25. 1 point
    kamakazi20012

    Coronaville Song

    I couldn't help but share this when my wife found it. Enjoy!
  26. 1 point
    I had a lot of fun playing against you today. Looking forward to playing Xevious!
  27. 1 point
    WINNER: RadioPoultry Ms. Pac-Man Atari 7800 March 27, 2020 ROUND 1: @RadioPoultry ROUND 2: @Justin ROUND 3: @RadioPoultry It took us a little while to find a game we both had available, but we settled on Ms. Pac-Man, which might be my favorite game for the 7800. The top score of the battle was 55,310 on the final round. Thank you Justin, let's do this again soon! And if anyone else would like to challenge me to a game, just send me a message!
  28. 1 point
    kamakazi20012

    The Toy Tomb Podcast Videos

    I just now seen this but I couldn't help but notice how the area where Snoopy's dog house sits looks a lot like a baseball field. This actually looks like a cool game.
  29. 1 point
    btbfilms76

    7800 Avenue

    We also filmed Commando that night too. Episode coming soon
  30. 1 point
    kamakazi20012

    7800 Avenue

    I have Commando and like it better than the NES version. I have not played the 7800 port of Ikari...but it looks like fun.
  31. 1 point
    kamakazi20012

    Game Development Guide

    I'm getting material gathered up for the next segment. It's taking me a bit to get everything together.
  32. 1 point
    It's not 80's but still fun to watch. I had two VHS tapes (remember those?) titled Beyond The Mind's Eye and one from Radio Shack titled The Mind's Eye. Both were compilations of early computer generated visuals set to some of the most creative music I've ever heard. This clip I'm sharing was one of my favorites from Beyond The Mind's Eye titled "Too Far". It might be from the 1990's but it retains that 1980's flare. It's also a time where computers were transitioning from being a luxury item into being a common place item in everything we do. Enjoy the short clip.
  33. 1 point
    hi everyone, lance www.atarisales.com
  34. 1 point
    hi everyone, lance www.atarisales.com
  35. 1 point
    yep, its a fun machine. lance www.atarisales.com
  36. 1 point
    kamakazi20012

    How Often Do You Play Board Games?

    I would love one of these if they were not expensive.
  37. 1 point
    Justin

    7800 Avenue

    GREAT to see new episodes of 7800 Avenue! It's been a while. Best 7800 show out there bud!
  38. 1 point
    RickR

    How Often Do You Play Board Games?

    Great topic! I still have most of the classic board games from childhood: Life, Monopoly, Yahtzee, Risk, etc. Inside the box, you'll find hand-written "records" my brother created when he creamed us. This week at home, my family has so far played: Scrabble (RickR the Dad won in a surprise victory), and Scattergories (oldest son won in a close 4-way battle).
  39. 1 point
    I have never seen Krull. I'm going to have to find a way to see that movie once and for all. And I'd love to get my hands on a CED player again. I loved those machines. Last Starfighter is good but I think it was already mentioned.
  40. 1 point
    hi everyone, lance www.atarisales.com
  41. 1 point
    hi everyone, by far, the best of the three. lance www.atarisales.com
  42. 1 point
    Streets of Fire???
  43. 1 point
    hi everyone, to many to list, but i will start out with streets of fire, the Philadelphia experiment, and into the night. lance www.atarisales.com
  44. 1 point
    Willie!

    The Toy Tomb Podcast Videos

    Viewer of the show, Greg, sent me some 3d printed battery covers to try on my Mattel Soccer Two I picked up earlier that came with none 🙂
  45. 1 point
    Willie!

    Arcade USA

    Time for a new Ramblin's N Pickup video!
  46. 1 point
    Mike, from Gamer Logic, found a folder full of Press Release materials for the Atari Jaguar from the years 1992 and 1994 at a store that was closing. Check out the video below...
  47. 1 point
    Willie!

    Arcade USA

    A old Atari 8 bit favorite now playable on the Atari 5200!
  48. 1 point
    PS - Richard Dreyfuss has looked 60 years old for the past 30 years 🤔
  49. 1 point
    dauber

    Autobiography of a Schnook

    Chapter 18 is out...this episode is all about...a schnook's life with beagles! You'll hear about: ・Snoopy and Spot ・Ruthie ・Lola ・Music for Schnooks: "Belly Rub" https://www.schnookpodcast.com/audio/Schnook_Chapter018.mp3
  50. 1 point
    I totally get what you're saying Justin. I remember not really trying Mario 64 until after some of the 3D computer classics like Descent, Wolfenstein, Doom, Magic Carpet, etc. So I'm kind of in the same boat. The game itself is a technical marvel, but the gameplay seems a little dry and maybe even tired. Still, it's the presentation that makes the game a masterpiece. The opening screen with Mario's giant 3D head and voice is still amazing to see. Nintendo knew how to dress-up their games, that's for sure.
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