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About Wally1

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  • Birthday 06/25/1970

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    Believe in Jesus.
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    Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A.
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    Reading the Holy Bible
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    My two favorite Atari ST games that I set aside are Llamatron and G-DS (The 4 A.M. Mix)
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    Atari ST "Battleship"

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  1. In the future, we will all have 3D printers, and they will all be hooked up to eBay, so 'Buy it Now' will become CREATE it now, and Presto!, you got your product!

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    2. Andrew Davie

      Andrew Davie

      The printers will be biological/organic and you'll choose "grow it now"

    3. DragonGrafx-16


      "The printers will be biological/organic and you'll choose "grow it now" Hey I could finally get a girlfriend!

    4. GoldLeader


      Now that'd be some Weird Science!  (Sign me up :)

  2. Does anybody have a version of Joust where the high scores are actually saved to disk? Mine doesn't work. Thanks 😁
  3. yea, the movie from 2 years ago i guess i am out of the loop as it were
  4. Have you guys seen the trailer for this flick? Unbelievably, there is a huge, neon Atari symbol in the beginning! Wow, man I'm speechless Thank G-D for Harrison Ford.
  5. well, anypoop, I believe I merely overlooked and taken for granted the so-called 'real-time star-trek type game' ive been looking for: STAR RAIDERS, its own bad self! flying around in an unoccupied quadrant leads to Zylon enemies moving of their own accord, surrounding bases and what not. btw, does anybody know how to restart the game, after dying? and how do i abort a mission? please somebuddy.
  6. Yea, I see your point. Guild Wars 2 looks pretty amazing. To Zogging H., thanks. Times of Lore may just be the game.
  7. thanks much, Wrathchild! I was very impressed by this Warhead on youtube.
  8. DarkLord, the last person to tell me I'm 'wasting my time' was my father. In reference to my hanging out with my American Indian friends. I realize this may be inconsequential and of no import to you, but alas, this is how my mind works. So, that said, I like Quake better than Dungeon Master. No offense taken, and hopefully none given. W 🐶
  9. Ayreon, can you point me to a working download of Ishar? Merci.
  10. Ever notice how PCB (printed circuit board) kinda looks like a satellite map photograph?

    Me and my father used to have talks like this!


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    2. rockdoc2010


      anyone Beuller ?    

      looking for a part number for the atari SIO crimp connector  


      I have KK 2510 or KK 254





    3. GoldLeader


      Ya know, Wally when I read your comment I couldn't help but think of this...


    4. Wally1


      wow that was flippin' cool


      my father loved that movie


      and i loved my father


  11. Thanks, D.L. for some reason my mind immediately compares something like Dungeon Master to the game that set the bar for me - PC Quake and decides that I probably would be having more fun playing said game. oh well
  12. well I'd settle for a top-down 'Rogue' type game (also like Temple of Apshai) and I just viewed Diablo for the very first time on Youtube and my jaw dropped open! it's amazing what computers can do nowadays! (I guess you can probably tell that I just turned 49!) and to Christos,'Ishar' is in French sad to say. hey while we're talking PCs, is Alienware still a formidable force for gaming?
  13. hi does anybody know of a dungeon crawler (ala Temple of Apshai) or a Star Trek type game that offers REAL-TIME combat; that is not turn-based combat? I hope you know what I am talking about! thanks 🐺
  14. "I dunno, I'm making this up as I go!"


    1. jaybird3rd


      "It's not the years, honey, it's the mileage."

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