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  1. Wonderful work! We need more of this and less of the mini arcade movement. Let’s keep these machines alive and kicking.
  2. Think you’re a few hours too late 😜 But glad you’re getting more points cute guy 😘
  3. 15700 played on Retro pi, USB controller... in my classroom 😜
  4. Loved seeing you do your thing. This at one time was given life, then it sat in a box In pieces. You now have given it new life and a new home. You are a great artist, love watching you work. From one kindred spirt to another... keep that shit up.
  5. I’m guessing where Gauntlet really shines is when all your buds are Lynked together and you’re all playing together. That would have been a super cool scene back in the day.
  6. 264200 Turbo Duo real controller, real hardware
  7. 🎬 Atari Lynx Arcade Oddities drops today on Lynx Lounge. We come to the end of our arcade port block, but three very strange games remain. Gauntlet the Third Encounter (1990), Turbo Sub (1991) and Super Asteroids and Missile Command (1995) are indeed arcade titles, but are they ports, or something different? Let's find out:

     

  8. To my knowledge we don't use flash on the website. It shouldn't be doing that. I think it has a lot to do with Wordpress updating their software every other week.
  9. 🎬 Atari Lynx Arcade Oddities drops today on Lynx Lounge. We come to the end of our arcade port block, but three very strange games remain. Gauntlet the Third Encounter (1990), Turbo Sub (1991) and Super Asteroids and Missile Command (1995) are indeed arcade titles, but are they ports, or something different? Let's find out:
  10. 🎬 Tournament Cyberball drops today on Lynx Lounge. Do you like Football - American Football? Do you like robots? Would you like to see those Robots playing Football In the year 2072? Would you like to take it on the go? Well have I got a game for you.... New episodes coming all summer long: Lynx Lounge - Tournament Cyberball Atari Lynx 1991
  11. 🎬 Tournament Cyberball drops today on Lynx Lounge. Do you like Football - American Football? Do you like robots? Would you like to see those Robots playing Football In the year 2072? Would you like to take it on the go? Well have I got a game for you.... New episodes coming all summer long:

     

  12. Thanks for tuning in 💯 I always fly outside the cockpit, but how awesome that all these years later we can dust these games off and get some enjoyment out of them. Ive been really enjoying sharing all my games with you all, especially knowing that theses were all the games I worked my butt off mowing lawns to buy with my own money back in the early 90’s. Ill get to Battlewheels soon 😎 And thanks for watching.
  13. GCC were responsible for the amazing arcade games on the 7800. If things would have worked out - the big IF, the 7800 would have came to market in 1984. The arcade titles on the 7800, like Food Fight, Ms. Pac Man, Dig Dug would have blown anything out of the water back then. I pictured it like this - Remember when we had our NES at home, then the Neo Geo home system showed up and you could actually play arcade perfect games in your living room... If the 7800 came out in 84, thats what it would have been like. Atari’s Arcade division came out with some of the best arcade experiences of my life time, I loved playing them back in the day, and love playing them now.
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