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  1. Brilliant. You won't regret it - they're awesome! 👍
  2. You can add and delete as many as you like - every available game in theory. Emulators use rom files for each game and there are lots of websites that allow you to download them, though from a legality point of view, you should only really download rom files of games you already own physical copies of (cough cough). I'm sure there must be threads on here explaining how emulators work and the best sites to find game files.
  3. @Rickster8 As Mr_me said, my Flashback's no longer really a Flashback. It's just the shell with a Raspberry Pi computer inside running the jzintv emulator. I don't have my old Flashback innards any more, but someone like Byte Knight probably has lots of spares as he takes them out and replaces them.
  4. That's what I use - an Intellivision Flashback housing a Raspberry Pi emulator. I have my original console too, but use the emulator for the games I don't have physical carts of. I think it's an easy job to do but I'm not very techy, so bought my Raspberry Pi ready-made. Byte Knight (a member of Atariage) built mine. I'm not sure if he's still doing them, @Rickster8but you could try messaging him. He's very helpful.
  5. All sounds good Jacob! Thanks for all your work on this. If you need any suggestions for games, just let us know. I'm sure we've all got some we'd like to see on the list (Pacman's a game I've never been good at, but that's a good shout by IntyFanMatt).
  6. I'm so sorry to hear that Jacob. That must have been quite a shock. I know it's a cliche, but stories like these do remind you how important it is to make the most of the time we have. You just never know what's round the corner. 😔 Hang in there and thanks again for all your work on the HSC. A bit of light hearted (and often competitive!) nostalgia definitely helps us all get through the mess of 2020!
  7. Wow, it was even closer than I thought! I hadn't realized there was a 2 point difference between 3rd and 4th. Doh! 😁
  8. Thanks. 👍 I was trying for one last big score on pinball too (I think I could have just drawn level with you if I'd leapfrogged Rickster and Ace's scores), but it was never going to happen. That 353k score of Ace's in particular was phenomenal! To be honest, you were easily the most consistent over the whole HSC. I would have felt I'd been very lucky if I had managed to catch you! Congrats on being a worthy winner, BiffMan. That was a lot of fun! 🙂
  9. He'd have to announce himself as the winner though! It seems a bit wrong for him to have to do that!
  10. +2 This has been a really great HSC. I've enjoyed trying out games I've never played before and revisiting some of the old favourites. It's been fun playing with you all - there's some great people on this forum! A big thank you especially to Jacob for running it all and for choosing such great games (even the Coleco ones 😜!). It's been a welcome distraction during these strange times. Looking forward to the next one, once I've given my thumbs a rest! 🙂
  11. I'm still not consistent enough at this game. It was only on my 5th ball that I managed to rack up any sort of decent score - I had two that just went straight through the flippers. Still, quite pleased with that. 210,020
  12. I finally managed to get the golden ball! It didn't seem to help me a huge amount score-wise, but it was nice to experience another feature of the game anyway. I got the moving target on the second table too, but as usual, couldn't hit it! 132,980
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