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Skippy B. Coyote

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Skippy B. Coyote last won the day on February 6 2017

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About Skippy B. Coyote

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  • Birthday 02/18/1985

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    Twin Cities, MN
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    I mainly collect for the Sega Genesis and original Game Boy, but I also enjoy quite a few other systems more casually.

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  1. Thank you as always for running the trackers @carlsson, you do an awesome job of it and I always enjoy reading the weekly summaries, though in a rare slip up I think you forgot to include my household's 234 minutes in Ristar for the Sega Genesis from the previous page this week.
  2. Heya @Vocelli, it looks like when you were doing the final score updates for the round you missed my last City Defence score. Just thought I'd let you know!
  3. A pretty excellent week for gaming around here this past week! While continuing my play through of the latest Doom II expansion on the Switch (and as a note to @carlsson apparently the Switch version is not called "Back to Saturn X" as I logged it last week, it's simply "BTSX Episode 1") I also spent quite a bit of time on Atari 2600 HSC games. I really enjoyed all 3 of the new homebrew games last round, and I've always loved paddle controller games so this current round is proving to be tons of fun and I'm sure next week's will be as well! For the spousal unit's gaming time this past week she did a full play through of Ristar on the Genesis for the first time and really enjoyed it. Ristar is definitely one of those often overlooked classics that any fan of the 16-bit era of gaming should check out, and now I'm thinking I might have to do a play through of it myself next week. Ineligible City Defence (Atari 2600) - 27 minutes Circus Atari (Atari 2600) - 119 minutes Ms. Galactopus (Atari 2600)- 20 minutes Ristar (Sega Genesis) - 234 minutes Warlords (Atari 2600) - 38 minutes Nintendo Switch Doom II: BTSX Episode 1 - 370 minutes Total Video Game Play Time This Week 808 minutes (13 hours 28 minutes) [370 minutes eligible] Individual System Play Times This Week Nintendo Switch: 370 minutes Sega Genesis: 234 minutes Atari 2600: 204 minutes
  4. A pretty excellent week for gaming around here this past week! While continuing my play through of the latest Doom II expansion on the Switch (and as a note to Carlsson apparently the Switch version is not called "Back to Saturn X" as I logged it last week, it's simply "BTSX Episode 1") I also spent quite a bit of time on Atari 2600 HSC games. I really enjoyed all 3 of the new homebrew games last round, and I've always loved paddle controller games so this current round is proving to be tons of fun and I'm sure next week's will be as well! For the spousal unit's gaming time this past week she did a full play through of Ristar on the Genesis for the first time and really enjoyed it. Ristar is definitely one of those often overlooked classics that any fan of the 16-bit era of gaming should check out, and now I'm thinking I might have to do a play through of it myself next week. Ineligible Doom II: BTSX Episode 1 (Nintendo Switch) - 370 minutes Atari 2600 City Defence - 27 minutes Circus Atari - 119 minutes Ms. Galactopus - 20 minutes Warlords - 38 minutes Sega Genesis Ristar - 234 minutes Total Video Game Play Time This Week 808 minutes (13 hours 28 minutes) [438 minutes eligible] Individual System Play Times This Week Nintendo Switch: 370 minutes Sega Genesis: 234 minutes Atari 2600: 204 minutes
  5. A little score update for Ms. Galactopus and City Defence before the end of the round. Ms. Galactopus [Fixed Version] (Game 1, B/B Difficulty): 19,750 City Defence (Expert Game, B/B Difficulty): 16,605
  6. Oh heck yes, I finally achieved my goal of topping 2,000 points! I'm sure at least a few of the super skilled players around here will roll the score, but I'm pretty darn happy with my score for someone who's not particularly awesome at this game. Circus Atari (Game 6, A/B Difficulty): 2,575 P.S.: Best Electronics gold upgraded paddle controllers are seriously fantastic and worth every penny if you like paddle games! 👍
  7. Man do I ever love paddle controller games! I remember not liking Circus Atari very much when I last played it probably 4 or 5 years ago, but I actually had a lot of fun playing it for an hour or so tonight. It wasn't quite as brutally difficult as I remembered it being, though it did feel like a lot of scoring well came down to just getting lucky timed bounces when it gets down to just a few balloons left on screen. In any case, it was a really good time and I'll look forward to playing it more as the week goes on and hopefully breaking 2,000 points eventually. For now though, 1982 wasn't a bad year Circus Atari (Game 6, A/B Difficulty): 1,982 Bonus Warlords (Game 14, B/B Difficulty): 5 x 2 - 0 = 10
  8. Woo hoo! The new round starts early this week! I absolutely suck at Circus Atari, but I enjoy pretty much any game that uses paddle controllers so it'll be fun anyway. I'm definitely looking forward to the Warlords bonus game too, since I've played that one a ton. P.S. - Am I correct in thinking that there's going to be another paddle games round after this one or is this the only paddle round this season @Vocelli?
  9. Finally some modern gaming time logged this week! In addition to my usual Atari 2600 HSC time logged and an hour or so of Alien 3 on the Game Boy (I didn't beat it but got pretty far into it), I spent a nice leisurely bit of time with the newest expansion for Doom II on the Switch. Ineligible Alien 3 (Game Boy) - 69 minutes Doggone It! (Atari 2600) - 102 minutes Ms. Galactopus (Atari 2600) - 40 minutes Nintendo Switch Doom II: Back to Saturn X - 335 minutes Total Video Game Play Time This Week 546 minutes (9 hours 6 minutes) [335 minutes eligible] Individual System Play Times This Week Nintendo Switch: 335 minutes Atari 2600: 142 minutes Game Boy: 69 minutes
  10. A little more gaming time logged this week, with some more Atari 2600 HSC time logged, an hour or so of Alien 3 on the Game Boy (I didn't beat it but got pretty far into it), and a nice leisurely bit of time with the newest expansion for Doom II on the Switch. Ineligible Doom II: Back to Saturn X (Nintendo Switch) - 335 minutes Atari 2600 Doggone It! - 102 minutes Ms. Galactopus - 40 minutes Game Boy Alien 3 - 69 minutes Total Video Game Play Time This Week 546 minutes (9 hours 6 minutes) [211 minutes eligible] Individual System Play Times This Week Nintendo Switch: 335 minutes Atari 2600: 142 minutes Game Boy: 69 minutes
  11. Final score update for Doggone It! I think, I had a pretty lucky run and I can't see myself doing much better than this. Doggone It! (Game 1, B/B Difficulty): 43,417
  12. A little score update for Galactopussy and UPS Man Ms. Glactopus (Game 1, B/B Difficulty): 16,665 Doggone It! (Game 1, B/B Difficulty): 31,682
  13. No modern gaming in my household once again this past week. In fact, the only thing I played at all was a few Atari 2600 games for the High Score Club. Ah well, it's still some time logged for the classic tracker
  14. It was a super tiny week for gaming in my household this week, with the only games played being some Atari 2600 High Score Club games. Still, it was good to get in some Atari time Atari 2600 City Defence - 25 minutes Doggone It! - 17 minutes Ms. Galactopus - 36 minutes Spider-Man - 55 minutes Spiderdroid - 32 minutes Total Video Game Play Time This Week 165 minutes (2 hours 45 minutes) [165 minutes eligible] Individual System Play Times This Week Atari 2600: 165 minutes
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