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  1. Ok folks, Update. I moved nearly 3 years ago... bigger home. No longer in the log Home... I really miss that place. Long story as to why I moved. But... Finally got most of my game room unpacked. Here are some pics of the main area. I also have an area that I call the library. Basically, the library is the museum type place where I have all my classics on display. However, I find more and more that everyone congregates in the main area. If you see the pics, I think you'll understand why. Of course it's always a work in progress. It has changed a bit since these pics. I have more posters up and new monitors and more systems setup. Trying to find space for my Atari Kiosk.
  2. Made Zero 5 fun, but too easy. Poor game design IMHO. I have to check Trevor.
  3. Nice!. Can't beat the price!! They have them in smaller sizes? I'm looking for something 5 in deep as opposed to 8.5in.
  4. Actually, the xbox chair is not too bad. Hard to get up out of it. But, that may be age catching up to me. We all retire. It's just a matter of when and on what terms. 😀
  5. Hi gang, Great to see this thread again. Sure, I will get you those dimensions. I have moved 3 times since then and its currently packed away Sadly, in my current place, I have not re-built it. Nor do I have my Imagic Kiosk up. But I have tons of other kiosks and "trinkets" to play with 🙂 Unfortunately, too little time to play. Awe, 5 more years to retirement. Then I will have time. Maybe... too many hobbies, so little time.
  6. This is my 3rd favorite SC game right behind Dragon Stomper and Escape from the Mind Master. It is in my top 10 of all time favorite VCS games. I still have my hand drawn maps for the island and the maze from back in the 80's. Replay value goes down after you solved it and mapped it. But damn, back in the day, this was an amazing game, best of breed. To bad this was at the time of the crash. One could only imagine the games that the SC cold have produced. 99 multi-load levels of Adventure, Superman, Raiders of the Lost Ark type games... They could have done the Swordquest series better.
  7. I have some protos and atari test equipment, dev stuff ( including Surfs up , off your rocker, etc...). PM if interested. I'm looking for cash and I won't be giving it away cheap. I'll be clearing out a lot of my collection over the next couple of years as I am preparing for retirement.
  8. Same here... Never tried the pin hold trick...
  9. Ok gang... picked up my copy at Portland... played all the games at Als booth. BtW, The AA booth was by far my favorite booth. (Note, the intellivision booth was a close second.) Love playing the new games on classic systems. They both had multiple systems setup with the new game to play. Now at home and playing my new games. Galagon, Wizard of Wor... what can i say.... better than sex !! These new 2600/7800 games are beyond anything dreamed possible when I was growing up.
  10. Would love to have a paddle for BitTrip games. Anyone know if it would work? Right now it works on motion (rotation of the controller). A paddle would be killer for that.
  11. In multiple directions with the seams in tact. Unlikely.
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