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Hyper_Eye last won the day on January 14 2012

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  1. I goofed and played Tempest 2000 mode before I read the directions. I was about to post my best T2K score ever. It takes a lot longer to rack up score in Tempest Plus mode. 146,967
  2. I like this game. It was one of the high score club games within the last few months. I think the biggest flaw of the game is that it can be difficult to navigate especially after the first couple of levels.
  3. I believe that even at retail these were sold in a cartridge box with a CD sticker on it and a jewel case inside. They were never sold in a longbox.
  4. You can get both Worms and Zero 5 directly from Telegames. Worms: http://www.telegames.co.uk/shop/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=5436 Zero 5: http://www.telegames.co.uk/shop/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=5437 Zero 5 is also available from Songbird: https://www.songbird-productions.com/catalog.shtml As madman said Telegames has been making these all along and their labels have changed many times over the years.
  5. I will let @CyranoJ correct me if I'm wrong but I think the CD image that you can download from his site is the same as the CD release with an initial splash screen added that suggests that you should consider purchasing the game. It is available in the same list of links as the ROM that would be loaded into the skunkboard.
  6. Even with that criteria I would exclude AirCars because Zero 5 and Worms were released in complete retail packaging and were readily available. AirCars was only available in a limited quantity by mail order and it came in a shrink-wrapped tray insert. Atari certainly never would have allowed the game to go to retail shelves in that packaging. My contention is that, should you include AirCars, only the original run counts. All subsequent releases were not produced by ICD and weren't necessarily based on the version of the game released by ICD. I have K-A AirCars but I don't feel that it can count as owning AirCars as would be considered part of a complete collection if it is included. Only that limited, rarely sold, and expensive original AirCars would do.
  7. I define a complete set as all cart and CD games that were available at retail. Personally I consider that to exclude Aircars but some will disagree. I think most would agree that Battlesphere would be considered "aftermarket" as well as any Songbird or other titles that were finished and released after the retail life of the console. I felt that I had to have the Songbird and Telegames (many of which were available at retail) titles. For me the last game that I purchased to "complete" my collection was Braindead 13 in the long box. Braindead 13 is not hard or expensive to get. Getting it in the longbox is another story.
  8. I assume that the CD image available at the Reboot site (promo version) is suitable for score submissions? Unfortunately I missed out on purchasing the CD version of this game but I will definitely get the new cart when it is available. This game is a blast.
  9. Your GC games need to be in ISO form. Then you want Nintendont.
  10. I honestly don't know how many have gone through my hands over the years but I have 3 right now. Only one CD unit. If I saw one for a reasonable price I would buy it. That's just not likely to happen.
  11. I don't see anything about it in the manual. It says the throw strength does vary.
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