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Cousin Vinnie

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    Funk City 2049
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    I slap all of the pimps and make them cry, while I take all their girlies on the sly.

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  1. Favorite: Tower Toppler Least Favorite: Realsports Baseball Best game: Rikki and Vikki Worst game: Mat Mania Challenge Does that make sense? No? Well, screw me
  2. Im glad you like it. Im sorry it took me that long to write something up about your games. Cant wait to the interview next weekend
  3. I definitely dig it. I think it was a fabrication of imagination at this point. Who knows? Whatever the case its cool af and really weird.
  4. Wow- I looked all over and couldnt find anything. It's a weird friggin belt for sure. Thanks AL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  5. Ive been making our second horror/comedy movie this last month in the Smoky Mountain Chronicles series, and this weekend I have off, so I wanted to do a bunch of Atari 7800 articles that I have back logged for www.Atari7800Forever.com before I get busy for the next month while we finish it. I already posted about this featurette about Muddyfunsters games, but its worth a second mention. Plus there's a graphic from one of his games with my name on it, so I wanted to brag: http://www.atari7800forever.com/muddyfunster.html I reviewed Space Duel after playing the arcade version and the 7800 version for an hour on break this week http://www.atari7800forever.com/spaceduelr.html I look into getting into the backstory about that mysterious Atari Championship title belt I was gifted last month. I was given a wrestling belt years ago, and it ended up being very valuable. Can lightning strike twice? http://www.atari7800forever.com/ataribelt.html Thanks for giving a crap, Love, The Funk
  6. I never knew he made 2600 games. Makes sense now. He's a pretty damn good programmer. The amount of detail in EXO is impressive
  7. The British are Coming! Muddyfunster Invades the Atari 7800 Programming Scene https://www.atari7800forever.com/muddyfunster.html
  8. Oops, i didnt realize this was 20 years old... damn
  9. In MAME, Vector games Omega Race, Battlezone, Aztarac keep glitching back and forth between the game and the in game menu (the black and white TAB menu, not the retroarch green menu), while other Vector games Major Havoc, Tempest, Black Widow, Quantum are working just fine. Is there a simple fix for this? Is this a known issue with these games? Funk
  10. Trying to dig this game, but the platforming parts are a real drag. I'm playing on a MAME fight stick. I can use the joystick, the trac ball, or a spinner. What's the best gimmick to use IYO?
  11. More importantly, there's no record of an Atari 4 day world championship in Chicago 1986, right? Since the one in 1981 was such a disaster, I can't believe there would be another 5 years later.
  12. One of the weirdest (and nicest) presents I ever received, I just got this weekend in Chicago. Some of you know that I am a wrestler, and a pro wrestling fan that knows I'm into Atari purchased and gifted me this Atari Title belt. I like it a lot... but I'm not sure what I have nor why it exists. A few weird caveats here. Making pro wrestling belts for other competitions (hot dog eating contests and fantasy football leagues) are kinda a newish thing, so one existing in 1986 for an Atari gimmick is a bit odd to me. And the guy that sold it to the fan claimed it was from a guy that won the $50,000 Atari tournament in Chicago in 1986. I can't find that there was even an Atari championship in 1986 online, and I find that odd that a competition like that existed since the video game crash and Atari was focusing on computers mainly at that point. Also, the side plates feature a Pac-Man plate (Namco- not Atari) AND an Alien Brigade plate (cool), but AB is only for the 7800 and came out in 1990. Also, for a belt that is nearing 40 years of age, it is in prestige condition. I'd like to get your thoughts on whether or not this belt is or could be a legit prize from a 1986 Atari World Championship competition in Chicago. Any help is appreciated. Funk
  13. One of the weirdest (and nicest) presents I ever received, I just got this weekend in Chicago. Some of you know that I am a wrestler, and a pro wrestling fan that knows I'm into Atari purchased and gifted me this Atari Title belt. I like it a lot... but I'm not sure what I have nor why it exists. A few weird caveats here. Making pro wrestling belts for other competitions (hot dog eating contests and fantasy football leagues) are kinda a newish thing, so one existing in 1986 for an Atari gimmick is a bit odd to me. And the guy that sold it to the fan claimed it was from a guy that won the $50,000 Atari tournament in Chicago in 1986. I can't find that there was even an Atari championship in 1986 online, and I find that odd that a competition like that existed since the video game crash and Atari was focusing on computers mainly at that point. Also, the side plates feature a Pac-Man plate (Namco- not Atari) AND an Alien Brigade plate (cool), but AB is only for the 7800 and came out in 1990. Also, for a belt that is nearing 40 years of age, it is in prestige condition. I'd like to get your thoughts on whether or not this belt is or could be a legit prize from a 1986 Atari World Championship competition in Chicago. Any help is appreciated. Funk
  14. i dont think you could hang with my sweet 14 Seriously,101? You should be a fighter pilot or surgeon with those nerves O steel
  15. You can check out over 100 Atari 7800 reviews here if you are curious about a certain game. When possible, I input other reviewers scores with mine and my other reviewers. www.atari7800forever.com
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