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Everything posted by nosweargamer

  1. Mario Bros. Atari 7800 Difficulty: Standard High Score: 104,340 December 5th, 2015
  2. Pitfall Atari 2600 Difficulty: None High Score: 113,332 May 16, 2015
  3. I'm pretty content with my collection, but there are games I wouldn't mind getting via trades: For all games: NTSC Only, No repros Atari 2600 Assault Asterix Cakewalk Condor Attack Death Trap Dice Puzzle Earth Dies Screaming Eli's Ladder Espial Exocet Gamma-Attack Gauntlet Glacier Patrol Great Escape Harbor Escape Inca Gold Malagai Mangia Maruader Mines of Minos Mr. Postman Music Machine Out of Control Red Sea Crossing Rescue Terra 1 Shuttle Orbiter Spider Maze Stronghold Stuntman Tank Brigade Tapeworm Tooth Protectors Universal Chaos Atari 5200 System with all the hook ups and working controller Atari 7800 Any game, box and/or manual from 1984, except Pole Position II Atari Jaguar Jaguar CD System with plug Atari Lynx Double Dragon Ninja Gaiden III Pac Land A Battery Cover for the Model 1 System Colecovision System with all the hookups and controller Intellivision Music Synthesizer Keyboard Spiker Super Pro Volleyball NES Godzilla Godzilla 2 Plug n Play Systems Sega Genesis Menacer Sega Genesis Outrun 2019 Sega Master System Alf Sega 32X Spider-Man: Web of Fire Sega Saturn Die Hard Arcade Turbo Grafx A Turbo Duo System with all the hookups and controller Vectrex A working system with controller Would be willing to work out a trade. You can use my ebay page for possible ideas, but I have other stuff too. http://www.ebay.com/sch/integritygames/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_from=&_ipg=25&_trksid=p3692 You can also check out my shop here: http://forums.atari.io/index.php/topic/1793-nsgs-ye-olde-video-game-shoppe/?view=getnewpost
  4. I'm trying something new. I'm going to make a thread with just my 2600 reviews, starting with the oldest and working my way to the newest (btw, I think I've gotten better with practice, so my newer reviews may be better than the oldest ones). I will update this thread as a go through my reviews. (I'm also updating the thumbnails and titles of the old videos to better match my current style)
  5. Here's another one that I posted to my facebook and twitter. M-Network game cartridges are my least favorite design due to the tiny labels and the difficulty in storing them due to their Intellivison cartridge shell Frankensteined to fit in a 2600.
  6. If you listen to my podcast, you should know who Shinto is. Well, Shinto has started The Atari Jaguar Game By Game Podcast! Episode 0 is already out! Feed: http://atarijaguargamebygame.libsyn.com/rss Webpage: http://jaguar.gamebygamepodcast.com/
  7. Hi guys! In case you didn't know, I sell games on the side as part of a very small business on eBay. My seller name is integritygames and I've been on eBay for over 16 years and have sold over 2000 auctions. I take the time to clean the contacts, test every game and pack well when shipping. I try to keep competitive prices and fair shipping (I often have several 99 cent games for sale like common 2600 games). Now I am a real small business and have paid for my licenses and collect sales tax for buyers from Florida. And btw, for trusted, long term forum members, if you ever see a game you want to trade for, just message me and I will see if we can work something out. Here's my link to see what I am selling today! http://www.ebay.com/sch/integritygames/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_ipg=&_from=
  8. While researching for the next episode of The Atari 7800 Game By Game Podcast, I found this video where the original creator discusses how to pronounce Karateka:
  9. So are there any games you wanted to see come out when the 2600 was in production? I think it would have been cool to see a game based on Voltron, Thundercats or Transformers. Of course I also would have been cool with Pitfall 3 or Adventure 2 (don't dare call the Swordquest series real sequels) or even a Haunted House follow up. Arcade wise, I think Qix could've been ported well.
  10. For those of you who didn't know, before starting The Atari 7800 Game By Game Podcast, I started a retro reviews show on Youtube called the No Swear Gamer. I keep it clean, so it's safe for work and family. I'm over 100 episodes and still going. You can find my channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChtJuo040EOCTVziObIgVcg Some of my favorites include Reviews of Sewer Shark, The Colecovision and Intellivision Flashbacks (with footage from all 61 games!) and my big Atari 7800 lot unboxing.
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