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  1. 🎬 STUN Runner drops today on Lynx Lounge. 2nd new Ep. for the summer! Make sure you’re subscribed. New episodes coming all summer long. Lynx Lounge - STUN Runner Atari Lynx 1991
  2. 🎬 STUN Runner drops today on Lynx Lounge. 2nd new Ep. for the summer! Make sure you’re subscribed. New episodes coming all summer long: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLl1jIPOUCE

  3. 🎬 New episodes coming all summer long! Make sure you’re subscribed. Check out my 1st new episode, we play Hard Drivin’ on Atari Lynx:

     

  4. Lynx Lounge - Hard Drivin' Atari Lynx 1991 Super ambitious arcade port for the Atari Lynx.
  5. I remember this well. My uncle - Uncle Bud, owned the Melody Lane Roller Rink in Hookstown PA. On summers there we spent a lot of time in the rink, in the arcade and at the snack bar. His house was on the same lot as the rink and downstairs in the den/bar room was one of these projectors. I thought it was the coolest thing to see an image that big on the wall. But if memory serves me the picture was not that great and there was a lot of futzing in order to get it just right - plus a dark room was needed.
  6. Love my Road Blasters cabinet, but wouldn’t mind another just to switch out Indiana and Marble Madness. Such great memories with this game, from the music, to the digitized speech, and the chance to be Indy... wow.
  7. Marble Madness, Road Runner, Peter Packrat, Road Blasters and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom all were Atari System 1 cabinet games. Which one was your favorite? Another Live! Arcade play from your old pal BTB
  8. Hey there! Glad you found the article here as this information is spread out all over the place and I wanted to highlight the work I was attempting to do, and keep it all on one sight. As for your questions. - Leave out the V & H Sync solder the rest just like in the pic. - old monitor plugs wont be needed -re wire the NEW power converter as stated on the front lable, it gets the power from another converter on the board. And the monitor s its own power supply, plunging the cabinet and monitor into one cable - I believe its a 19” dell any 19” or 20” 4X3 monitor will work - I used some cheap metal strips from Home Depot to make the bracket, most monitors have screw holes in the back for the stand or mounting, just use those, with a few washers you should be set. Good luck! Bring your machine back from the brink and give it some life. I will try to find some time to post some more pice soon.
  9. Rick this is awesome news! Welcome to the club - 2 player challenges coming soon!
  10. Thank you Kid A! Merry Christmas to you and I will most definitely put this to good use in the game room!
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