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    The Shah of Atari
  • Birthday November 20

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    PM Dawn - Set Adrift on Memory Bliss
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    Rochester, MI
  • First Console
    Atari 7800
  • Favorite Arcade to Visit
    Lost Ark Video Games
  • Favorite Arcade Game
    Out Run
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    Back To The Future
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  • What I got at Toys R Us
    Everything I could ever find with a Fuji on it
  • Favorite Comic Hero
    Atari Force
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    Faded Out Podcast
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    BTB, NSG, Atari Creep, Willie, Maximum RD

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  1. That is so cool! What a fantastic game. Can you imagine if this had been released back in the day?
  2. Happy Birthday to @Arenafoot too!

  3. Tim Conway was a master. I'm going to miss him. What a guy. I've been seeing a lot of classic Tim Conway clips popping up on YouTube this week and thought I'd share a few:
  4. Nothing says nostalgia like vintage McDonaldland commercials
  5. 🎉 Happy Birthday to @StormSurge!!

  6. VERY COOL photos @RickR!! I thought the "Pixar In Concert" photo was especially cool I love when others share photos of their vacations, road trips etc. with us and take us along on their adventures! We're a smaller community here and cool things like this help us get to know each other better. I hope you had a fun time and enjoyed time with your son ☺️
  7. I caught that, THANK YOU @nosweargamer!! 💥🙌
  8. Absolutely can! One of the first games I played on Sega Master System at my friend's house was F-16 Fighting Falcon. It was my first time seeing a Sega Card. I thought it was one of the coolest things I had ever seen! This was before the TurboGrafx-16 came out. The Sega Cards were less expensive than regular game cartridges and F-16 Fighting Falcon wasn't that impressive of a game, honestly this is one example where the XEGS may have outshined the SMS with Flight Simulator II. But playing video games on something the size of a credit card seemed really impressive. The other thing that stood out to me was using dual controllers to play F-16 Fighting Falcon. My friend and I (we were kids at the time) made a really cool "cockpit" out of cardboard boxes and magic marker. We taped the two Sega Master System controllers to our cardboard cockpit and flew what we thought were the coolest missions. Our cardboard controller beat Nintendo Labo by 30 years.
  9. Shinobi is what introduced me to the Sega Master System. It was the first game I played. I was at a friend's house, and he and his older brother were Shinobi ninja masters. I really loved the Sega Master System, there are a lot of really awesome games on there. I wish we could do a Phantasy Star Squad Challenge. SMS is what opened me up to other systems and made me realize I had a passion for 8-Bit gaming outside of just Atari. It's hard to imagine 1986-1989 without enjoying all of these systems to the max. Dude that is incredible.
  10. Smack dab in the middle @Atari Creep nice performance!
  11. 👉 Shinobi Single Life Run is up! be sure to check it out: 


  12. SINGLE LIFE RUN: This Squad Challenge allows ONE LIFE to achieve your high score.
  13. Shinobi Sega Master System Controller: CONTROLLER / KEYBOARD / PLAYER'S CHOICE Difficulty Level: Default SINGLE LIFE: Achieve high score using only one life to win challenge Play on: Real Hardware / Dedicated Console / MAME / Emulation OK! ✔ Squad Challenge ends 11:59 pm PST May 31st, 2019 OBJECTIVE: Play for the highest possible score using the difficulty settings defined in the challenge. Post a photo or video of your score in this thread. Scores must be achieved between May 15th through May 31st, 2019. Screen captures are not allowed as they are easily manipulated for falsified scores. Multiple submissions are permitted. The player with the highest score 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, Flashback or emulation, using any controller or keyboard, following rules and game settings as delineated in the Squad Challenge. Enhancements, rewinds and hacked versions of this game are not allowed. DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Default. There are no difficulty options in Shinobi. Press Start to play. SINGLE LIFE RUN: You are only allowed ONE LIFE to achieve your high score in this Squad Challenge. 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, rewinds, 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: https://forums.atari.io/topic/1219-high-score-squad-how-to-play/ MESSAGE: Welcome to our 60th Squad Challenge! This will be our FIRST Squad Challenge for the Sega Master System and for one of the system's pillar titles: Shinobi! This is a SINGLE LIFE RUN Challenge, and you are only allowed ONE LIFE to achieve your high score in this Squad Challenge. ROM and Instruction Manual are provided below. Good luck to everyone playing! NOTE: Our next High Score Squad Challenge will be for Atari Lynx. Be there! Shinobi.pdf Shinobi.sms
  14. Congratulations RadioPoultry! Congratulations @RadioPoultry on an awesome score! Night Stalker was our 3rd Intellivision Squad Challenge, and our second "Single Life Run" challenge. RadioPoultry achieved the High Score for this Squad Challenge with a score of 28,400. @chas10e took 2nd Place with 20,900 points, and @Atari Creep scored 10,800 points to take 3rd. @RickR scored 5,900 points, and @atarilbc rounds things out with 5,600 points. Great showing guys! Congrats to everyone who played! I'd like to encourage Radio Poultry to post his new high score on the Scoreboard, and maybe this Challenge can continue on! Our next High Score Squad Challenge will be another Single Life Run, and our FIRST for the Sega Master System! See you there! NIGHT STALKER SINGLE LIFE RUN FINAL STANDINGS 1 RADIO POULTRY 28,400 2 CHAS10E 20,900 3 ATARI CREEP 10,800 4 RICKR 5,900 5 ATARILBC 5,600
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