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Rick Dangerous

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About Rick Dangerous

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    Quadrunner
  • Birthday 10/24/1983

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  • Custom Status
    Do the math!
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    Male
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    Burlington, Vermont
  • Interests
    Retro Video Games, Collecting: Atari, Nintendo, Sega. Reading, Boating(power and sail,) Skiing, Motorcycling, Tennis, Golf, Hiking, Camping, Snowmobiling, Beach lounging (basking.)
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    Atari, Nintendo, Sega, and many others.
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    More of the same I suspect.

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  1. Forget about a gorf re-release. The art/manual/DVD insert/files are out there, just make yourself a really nice collection grade copy and okay it and enjoy it. That's what I did.
  2. Need to play it more. Hard as nails as many games of the era were.
  3. If anyone can do it these guys can. I'm going to pick one up for sure and if it can do even half of what they are promising it will be well worth it.
  4. The Blue Marlin (NES) Adventure Island series Rad Racer for sure....if that were on there i'd sign back up
  5. XL for me please. Heck yes...this is awesome.
  6. 1'33"75 Only making incremental progress on this one. I try to get the rabbits. Do you guys brake around corners or just go wide? Anyone attempt to hit all the arrows?
  7. Hell i'll get a reprint of the game probably if you make it. There are certainly 100+ Jag CDs in the wild and this WILL sell. Trouble is the game was pretty common so i think anyone with a Jag CD has it already. A cart will be the big seller.
  8. Craigslist is a great place to go to find OTHER people who are looking for old computers and video games 🤦‍♂️

    1. Keatah

      Keatah

      Or for those looking for YOU.

       

  9. Ugh just noticed I didn't need to do the math, much better...lol
  10. Have the strange urge to buy an Apple Newton and try to use it as a PDA daily for a few months in 2020. 

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    2. Rick Dangerous

      Rick Dangerous

      Probably the original Message Pad 100 from 1993. Does the Einstein project run on Android?

    3. AAA177

      AAA177

      That actually would be pretty cool. I recently found some old generic PDA electronics down in my basement. Actually might not be bad as a back-up for data storage of addresses/etc. (Not sure how the batteries work on that, as in, if they die, does all the data die with it, or is there some sort of back-up.) But using the Newton would be a lot more fun than generic stuff. Good luck...

    4. doctorclu

      doctorclu

      Einstein runs a few platforms including Android.  There are a few sites for it, but this is a good start.

      https://github.com/pguyot/Einstein/wiki/Einstein-On-Android

       

  11. Why was being a nerd cool in the early 80's but not the late 80's?

    1. Stephen

      Stephen

      Conversely, when did playing an instrument make you a "band geek", vs being a cool guy in a band and getting laid?

    2. JeremiahK

      JeremiahK

      The great video game crash

    3. ClassicGMR

      ClassicGMR

      Because they were NERDS... 🤣

  12. 15 year old thread bump. Add me to the list for when these are mass produced!
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