Cebus Capucinis, on Thu Apr 26, 2012 3:06 PM, said:
I need to buy a full set to complement my original ones!
Perhaps tomorrow, since it's payday....
Always down for trades if your light on cash
I do need another atari 2600 lampshade.....?
wood_jl, on Thu Apr 26, 2012 3:33 PM, said:
These are totally awesome!
Question: How to mount these to wall? I'm thinking 2-sided sticky foam tape (3M-type stuff) or stick-on velcro.
Big vote of confidence for Crazy Climber!!!!
Hoping for an "Adventure-inspired" set next, with the blocks and dragons from that 2600 game. While this would require a few colors, they'd be standardized to the dragons (etc) and if he was to pre-order, could possibly size this out. I think this would be a real hit with the retro-Atari community, and the square shapes of the "Aventure" characters would lend themselves nicely to this kind of metal cutting.
Yeah, 3M double sided tape is the way to go but as save2600 said, it's a messy removal, make sure you have them where you want them
Hmmmm....Adventure....I think that is very possible. Berzerk wall sets are up next but I'll start drafting up an Adventure set and see how it looks
save2600, on Thu Apr 26, 2012 3:40 PM, said:
Yep, works like a charm on drywall anyway. Haven't tried it yet, but seems to me if you were to try to remove them from the wall, you'd make a total mess - that's how strong the double-sided foam tape is.
Yeah, gutting my basement right now and had to remove some...yes, it is a messy removal from drywall. That tape is STRONG!!
BadHornet, on Thu Apr 26, 2012 5:33 PM, said:
thanatos, on Thu Apr 26, 2012 5:55 PM, said:
I would highly recommend getting a set, Crazy Climber makes an excellent product!
Still waiting on a pic of these next to that awesome Jurrasic park pinball machine! Have you got system failure yet? Very cool pin