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- July 27th, 2015, 5:01 pm
- Forum: Review Feedback
- Topic: 2015/1/15: Atari 2600: Glacier Patrol, Byte Before Christmas, The, Stay Frosty 2
- Replies: 15
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Thanks! Having the two continues allows for extra practice on levels that are tough to figure out the first (or seventh) time around. There's an Easter Egg to enable the level selector we used during testing, I posted how to trigger it in the SF2 HSC topic over at AtariAge, it's hidden behind a SPOI...
- July 14th, 2015, 3:22 pm
- Forum: Classic Gaming
- Topic: Stay Frosty 2 ROM now available
- Replies: 0
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Stay Frosty 2 is the game of the week for the 2600 High Score Club over at AtariAge. We've made the ROM available at the bottom of the first post. If you'd like a physical copy of the game, the limited numbered release of Stay Frosty 2 will only be available through the end of July. A box is now an ...
Agreed, this is very cool. Rev, have you heard of Pac-Man Battle Royale? FOUR players at once...no ghosts, instead you can eat the other Pac-Mans. I played it at the Houston Arcade Expo a few years ago. Is this on the internet or something? It sounds cool! It's an arcade game from 2011 that's also ...
Ms Pacman Twin is a bootleg of Ms. Pacman from Argentina that's been modified for 2 player concurrent play. MsPacTwin03.jpg Bob DeCrescenzo (PacManPlus) has been working on a version for the 7800 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6rZW_0t5Wzs Current WIP can be found in reply 230 of the topic How to C...
- May 11th, 2015, 3:02 pm
- Forum: Video Games General
- Topic: What ever happened to arcade games?
- Replies: 22
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They failed to stay ahead. It used to be that arcade games were significantly better than what you could play at home - higher resolutions, more colors, better sound, etc. That hasn't been true for a long time - sometime in the mid to late 90s I realized that new arcade games were looking significan...