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About knievel1

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  1. Looks great! Been on a Lock N' Chase kick lately, playing the Intellivision / Coleco / Arcade & Atari 2600 versions. The 2600 version is quite different but one could argue it's the most fun.... Very much looking forward to this & thanks for your dedication.
  2. Didn't know that. Looking forward to the new version.
  3. Money Hungry was a good 8-bit version of Lock N' Chase - could this be converted to 5200? Getting back into that game lately, the 2600 version is better than arcade \ Intellivision or Coleco, to me at least.
  4. About blinking: as in many VCS games I tried to reduce at minimum flickering, generally it works nice because objects are vertically spaced. And I added an option to completely remove flickering on cube sides, so if you prefer you can have lower "resolution" with no flicker. That blinking: fantastic job. I didn't say it right. When Sam turns your blocks back it seems pretty random as to when you can jump on them again. Am I forgetting a rule from the original? Sometimes I have to evade Coily a very long time before I can change them back from Sam's sabotage. Again, awesome job!
  5. Incredible & much appreciated. I'm hooked! Looking forward to the update -- I agree with the above - the colors are hard to see on some levels. And when reversed they blink for a very long time occasionally? Love love love this remake.
  6. Watched several YouTube reviews of Legends Pinball & still unsure of VPX / FP status - anyone tried this out? I did see that Zaccaria Pinball would be available but that's certainly not the allure of the VP catalog or TPA tables from Steam. One YouTuber did mention the FX nix.
  7. Great hacks for the 2600 Megamania exist -- but what about for the superior 5200 version? Played this game again today. Those dice!
  8. Venture Reloaded for 2600 is even better than the Colecovision version, I think. I had heard the 8-bit had gameplay additions that were unique to that version. Be pretty cool to play extra Venture stuff, you know?
  9. This is pretty cool. We'll hope for 2600/5200 versions.....
  10. Did anyone ever port this to the 5200? Seems I remember the 8-bit had quite a bit of stuff that wasn't even in the arcade version. It was super cool.
  11. The Sears Kiosk was always hoarded by older kids so all we could do was watch. Was the Sears video game kiosk a standard? Seems the one I saw always had four sides - Atari on one & Intellivision on the other with accessories, I think, on the other two sides. Might be remembering that wrong. I do remember getting a crack at the Intellivision late one Tuesday night when my mom had to shop washers. "This sucks," I said, after fiddling with that gold disc controller latched to the kiosk by a curly phone cord. "Cosmic Ark" was demoing on the Atari side so I blasted ships awhile. Much better.
  12. My neighbor had this console growing up & we loved this version of Stunt Cycle. Is this conversion possible? I know we've got the Dukes of Hazzard hack and the 2600 version with the blocks for buses -- but is this version possible?
  13. I do not have the diving helmet! I've got a key. Is it in that chest?
  14. Holy Cow! Just now getting into this. This game is awesome! Best in ages. Gotta admit though, I'm stuck at the big chain that lets you into the water on Room 47. Hints?
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