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In Topic: Homebrew War! Name your top 2 must own Homebrew games

Thu Mar 15, 2018 8:56 AM

Medieval Mayhem

  • 3 fireballs 
  • fireballs have 7 speeds
  • fireballs travel in 32 directions
  • each player can release the fireball in 1 of 9 directions. 
  • while a player could hold a captured fireball forever, it will flare up and take out bricks from their own castle which exposes them to attack by the other players with the other fireballs.



This is the first home brew I ever bought. Back when my son was a single digit midget and playing 8-bit consoles we played the crap out of this one. He would always ask to play it. Now he's a teenager and all he cares about is Xbox One. icon_sad.gif

In Topic: Homebrew War! Name your top 2 must own Homebrew games

Tue Mar 13, 2018 7:37 AM

I want Scramble and Squish 'Em. 


I was disappointed in Squish 'Em. There are a lot of cheap deaths.


For me I'll go with Scramble and Space Rocks. It's hard to narrow it down to just 2.

In Topic: Arcade Expo 4.0

Mon Mar 12, 2018 2:46 PM

It's on the other side of the country for me. I already have my vacation time spent for the year so maybe next year I'll be able to go.

In Topic: I'm going to Philadelphia next week, anything retro to see?

Mon Mar 12, 2018 7:57 AM

Check Aurcade for list of arcades in Philadelphia with Barcade being one of them.


If you like pinball, check out the pinball map on Pinside.com.

In Topic: Donkey Kong Arcade (ColecoVision)

Thu Mar 8, 2018 4:21 PM

If I recall, isn't Opcode an exception in that they do do it for a living? Also, the Color line started development way after DKA and yet three games in it have already been released.


Dude has a full-time job. He does the Opcode stuff on the side.