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Crimefighter

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  1. Most likely it's for the Intellivision as Dreadnaught Factor was not released for the C64. The Beamrider cart is probably for the Intellivision as well. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Dreadnaught_Factor You're not the first one to find these however...
  2. Unveiling -- https://twitch.tv/videos/620301469 Unfortunately the video stream freezes a lot.
  3. Given its a 3D0 game technically, it would probably work best on a 3D0 emulator and not a laserdisc emulator. MAME supposedly has arcade drivers for it.
  4. I need to come back over there - there are two prototype versions of the game code. The second proto the starting level is different and the bonus stages allow you to do them over and over. GGA has swapped discs and is running the other version now, which the difficulty is harder.
  5. Wasn't there a forum rule against begging people for ROMs?
  6. Proto #1 - is http://www.atariprotos.com/2600/software/moonpatrol/136.htm Proto #2 - is http://www.atariprotos.com/2600/software/moonpatrol/16606.htm
  7. Well...someone did max out the score last year, however...it was done like 35 years after release. And it was done at Galloping Ghost Arcade in about 12 hours.
  8. Unfortunate, actually a decent arcade game.
  9. It's actually a CD-ROM on modded 3DO hardware.
  10. The Atari 2600 clone of Punch Out!. Interesting.
  11. Since this is a big thing among classic gaming this week -- https://kryptonradio.com/2019/04/18/zork-source-code-presumed-lost-forever-has-been-uploaded-to-github/?fbclid=IwAR1YozP7hQ-aCuGII2obVaSyDwWCKkXM6FftOiKr_bd1PArwC8qMIw0gVx0
  12. Kickman for the 2600 is quite a simple barebones version - balloon stacking is half the arcade game and seems to only be able to do four rows instead of eight.
  13. Someone made the video private. I'm guessing it's from Tipster's channel, he made everything on it private. Ugh. He's been very unhappy with how Youtube has treated creators of late and is wanting to move out.
  14. I doubt that's what it is, but it resembles the obscure arcade game Zzyzzyxx by Cinematronics after seeing footage of it today.
  15. There's three sites - http://www.aurcade.com/locations/view.aspx?id=6142- Arlington http://www.aurcade.com/locations/view.aspx?id=3062- Richardson http://www.aurcade.com/locations/view.aspx?id=6144- Denton
  16. So when shall Tempest review this one ?
  17. National Videogame Museum in Frisco, TX is wondering about a white case 2600 that was found and is being displayed. Since the 2600 jr. was in a black case, this has to be a proto. They are looking for info on it.
  18. For the initial visit - you need two full days, but now that it's over 700 games you may need three.
  19. My advice - visit the Galloping Ghost Arcade in Brookfield, IL - 705 arcade games on the floor from the 70s to the 2010s. It's the best place to go if you're a longtime arcade junkie.
  20. Well I wanted to do mazes based on the arcade PROTOTYPE of Wizard of Wor - Invisible Monsters....alas, easier said than done...due to the maze being shrunken...
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