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arcadeshopper

Member Since 16 Feb 2010
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About Me

Computers:

Texas Instruments: multiple Ti-99/4a systems, Myarc Geneve

Commodore: Amiga 500,1000, 1200, 2000, 3000; SX-64, 128

TRS-80: Models I III,4, 4p. Model 100, Model 102, Model 200, Coco, Coco2 64k, Coco3 512k

Atari: Atari 800xl, 400

Apple: Apple II+ clone, Apple IIe, IIc, IIgs,  Laser 128, Laser 128ex,, Mac SE, Mac Classic, Mac Quadra 660av, various other PowerPC based Macs,Emacs, a flower imac and a mac mini G4 with morphos

Coleco: Adam

Mattel: Aquarius 

Kaypro II, Kaypro I

Osborne Exec

Lots of Intel chip PC's latest is a I7 based gaming box.
Consoles:
Atari: 2600, JR, 5200,7800,Video Pinball 

Mattel: Intellivision,

Coleco: Colecovison

Nintendo: NES, SNES, Gamecube, NES Classic, SNES Classic

Sega: Genesis/Sega CD, Saturn*, Dreamcast

Microsoft: Xbox*, Xbox 360, Xbox One

Sony: PS1, PS2, PS3

Vectrex

Odessey II

Ouya

 

Handhelds:
Nintendo: Gameboy, Gameboy Advanced, DSXL

Sega: Game Gear

Sony: PSP 3000*, PSP Go, PSP Vita

 

Arcade Games:
http://www.arcade-mu...ember_id=381324

 

Pinball Machines:

Atari: Middle Earth
Williams: Pinbot, Black Knight, Hyperball, Gorgar, Flash, Hokus Pokus, Space Shuttle, Contact, 8ball

Bally: Space Invaders, Joust, Xenon, Paragon, Lost World, Galahad, Future Spa, Fireball Classic

Data East: Secret Service

Gottlieb: Haunted House, Black Hole, Magnotron

 


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  • Group +AtariAge Subscriber
  • Active Posts 3,708
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  • Member Title River Patroller
  • Age 50 years old
  • Birthday July 29, 1968
  • Gender
    Male Male
  • Location
    Portland, Oregon USA
  • Interests
    Arcade Games, Pinball, Console games, Handheld games, movies, 80's "culture" aircraft and midieval/renassance era
  • Currently Playing
    ti-99/4a games or one of my pinballs

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