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Squad Challenge - Xevious (Atari 7800)

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Wow...so 81,060 is the current high score.  Gee...I better drink lots of caffeine-induced sodas or LOTS of coffee.

 

I'm going to try to capture video for this one.  My setup is kinda crude and something I believe Frankenstein himself would be proud of  :rofl:

 

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7800 is hiding in a small cubby hole, just big enough for it.  This was a LOT of work to setup but I'm going to give it a shot.  The only sounds heard will be coming from the game itself.  

 

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I hope this works. 

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Well...game play footage is not of the quality I was after but it works.  

Came close.  79,280.  I'll try again but might just take a screenshot.  Not sure yet.  Making the videos are fun.  

 

And in case you are wondering, yes the video is too far to the left.  I was going to try out a new program that BB introduced me too.  I was going to have the box art remain present on the right side.  But the program kept crashing while exporting the final video work so that idea never happened.  I resorted back to Windows Movie Maker until I can figure out why the other program keeps crashing.

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Wow...so 81,060 is the current high score.  Gee...I better drink lots of caffeine-induced sodas or LOTS of coffee.

 

I'm going to try to capture video for this one.  My setup is kinda crude and something I believe Frankenstein himself would be proud of  :rofl:

 

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7800 is hiding in a small cubby hole, just big enough for it.  This was a LOT of work to setup but I'm going to give it a shot.  The only sounds heard will be coming from the game itself.  

 

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I hope this works. 

wow all that looks like something out of a Mad-Max movie !!! .... I :wub: it !!!

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18790 The best I got, for now!!!!!!! B)

 

:mac_alert: STRONG LANGUAGE!

 

I noticed you have separate controls for bombs & missiles , assuredly a more civilized and ECO-friendly way of playing 

 

you would THINK with 2 button capability on the 7800 you would need to use the 2 buttons but you don't

 

basically I run through the levels with trigger down. a more scorched-Earth approach. if you read the backstory and you know the enemy eventually wins they takes the planet back, so HAMMER -DOWN !!!!!

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Great video Atari Creep!!

 

 

awesome score and video, Atari Creep  :beer: It's all about having fun.  Could you imagine all of us in the same room doing this?

 

 

I noticed you have separate controls for bombs & missiles , assuredly a more civilized and ECO-friendly way of playing 

 

you would THINK with 2 button capability on the 7800 you would need to use the 2 buttons but you don't

 

basically I run through the levels with trigger down. a more scorched-Earth approach. if you read the backstory and you know the enemy eventually wins they takes the planet back, so HAMMER -DOWN !!!!!

Thanks a ton guys!!!!!

 

Ya chas10e I thought about doing that but it never came naturally o me in THIS game. Other shooters will spew a hail storm of rounds where this one is slower that way, to me anyway. I love smashing the button the rapid fire as fast as I can.

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:pole_position_blimp_big:  Congratulations nosweargamer!

 

 

GREAT SHOWING GUYS! Congratulations on your win nosweargamer! NSG won with 81,060 points! kamakazi20012 placed 2nd with a score of 79,280 points! We had a lot of Atari I/O Members join in for this Squad Challenge and all of you showed a great game. It was awesome to have everybody join in!! I encourage nosweargamer to post his winning Xevious high score on the Scoreboard! Way to go guys!

 

:commodore_joystick: We invite all future Squad Challenge winners to share their winning scores on the Scoreboard and keep the game going!   :commodore_joystick:  

 

 

 

:pow: FINAL STANDINGS  :pow:

 

 

1       nosweargamer          81,060

 

2       kamakazi20012         79,280

 

3       chas10e                     26,360

 

4       dauber                       25,550

 

5       RickR                         22,770

 

6       Atari Creep                18,790

 

7       greenween                17,130

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:pole_position_blimp_big:  Congratulations nosweargamer!

 

 

GREAT SHOWING GUYS! Congratulations on your win nosweargamer! NSG won with 81,060 points! kamakazi20012 placed 2nd with a score of 79,280 points! We had a lot of Atari I/O Members join in for this Squad Challenge and all of you showed a great game. It was awesome to have everybody join in!! I encourage nosweargamer to post his winning Xevious high score on the Scoreboard! Way to go guys!

 

:commodore_joystick: We invite all future Squad Challenge winners to share their winning scores on the Scoreboard and keep the game going!   :commodore_joystick:  

 

 

 

:pow: FINAL STANDINGS  :pow:

 

 

1       nosweargamer          81,060

 

2       kamakazi20012         79,280

 

3       chas10e                     26,360

 

4       dauber                       25,550

 

5       RickR                         22,770

 

6       Atari Creep                18,790

 

7       greenween                17,130

 

WOW! I wasn't last????? Strange things a a foot!!!!!! HAHAHA

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