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  1. People's choice! Power to the people! A special thank you to Shawn for showing me how to set up polls
  2. When I first found the dot, I thought the game was going bad, like bitrot or something. Didn't know about the room until years later, reading online.
  3. I miss you, Ax. You were always friendly, and I bought a bunch of goodies over the years. Hope you're doing alright
  4. There is a rumor of an undumped Burgertime with improved collision detection, in the regular game sprites can sometimes kill you from certain lower platforms because they're too tall.
  5. Most surprising: Canyon Bomber. It always seemed like a cheap 2K early generic shovelware, until I played it here, read the manual, and found out what you're supposed to do.
  6. I do alphabetical, with a few exceptions- Paddle and keypad games have their own list. Unplayable demos (care bears, McDonald's etc) have their own folder. There are too many homebrews to keep track, so I just keep my favorites in a folder. I've tried sorting by company, prototypes together, and sorting by genre (sports, kids, space etc) but it gets too confusing. Simple is best, you want to spend time playing, not hunting for a game.
  7. Thank you for the input, I'm willing to try less games/longer rounds, depending on what other feedback comes in this month. It's all about the fun, trying something new here and there, and a touch of friendly competition.
  8. Why I love the 7800: I grew up playing the 2600. Then came the NES. They were both fun, but in different ways. To me, 2600 was good for 5 minute games and beating your high score. NES was good for longer games like Zelda or Metal Gear. I didn't learn about other consoles until much later. When I discovered the 7800, it was the best of both worlds- NES quality graphics and gameplay, but with that quirky 2600 style. While my friends were doing Genesis, Gamecube, PS1 or XBox, I was the only person I knew who knew about the 7800, and it was fun discovering every game- the good, the bad, and the downright bizarre. Unfortunately, the library is relatively small, especially compared to my 2600 and NES roots. While I loved the 7800, I wanted more. Thankfully, the homebrewers came to my rescue. The 2020 Homebrew high score club pays tribute to those homebrewers. There will be ten rounds, lasting ten days each. I realize some of us won't have every game- feel free to use emulation if you're so inclined, and have fun with whichever rounds you play. Top score each round gets ten points. Top scores for bonus games (every third round) will be five points. Set a high score record for one bonus point. Break a record for two bonus points. If I make a mistake somewhere, the first person to catch it gets a bonus point. This thread is for discussion. If you have any game suggestions, please list them below.
  9. Scores updated, starting new post for 2020 HSC
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