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doctorclu last won the day on January 7 2017

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About doctorclu

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  • Birthday 06/06/1969

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    2021 -Zool: Ninja of the Nth Dimension collecting/fandom, Bubsy Bobcat, play testing games, & BBSs!!
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    Zool 2 - Atari Jaguar
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    Zool - Genesis

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  1. What do they look like? Got a picture? Had multiple 400's, used one of them exclusively for years, the membrane keyboard was rock solid.
  2. Looking forward to the soundtrack at least.
  3. Yep, just need to to hack a good A/V connection, about all it lacks. Hmmm... an Atari 400 with 1 meg of XL/XE ram... I am totally there. Atari 400 was my jam back in the 80s.
  4. Right? Wouldn't mind finally seeing this one.
  5. Also would suggest the variations of Tube by Dr. Typo. Great tunnel like game. No shooting enemies, but still good.
  6. doctorclu


    A Gremlin graphics game, that would have been cool. Also explains a lot about ST Zool (also Gremlin graphics) and some of their other titles. All I can say is, if they sent a "don't do that" if they would have just made a Jaguar port to begin with...
  7. Oh cool, I get to mention American Hero... oh, that would have been by Atari if it were released. Looking for unlicensed. So ... none that I know of.
  8. Now that is awesome. How about the jelly fish?
  9. How do you get the lobster and crab? Any way to take out the jellyfish also?
  10. Yeh kinda like you, though it's been a while, I use Jaglink 2 and Jaglinks for networked Doom (two console) and Battlesphere (three console) games.
  11. Showed Shark! Shark! on the Intellivision to a friend's kid and we had round after round of great two player fun.

    1. IntelliMission


      I think you should buy a Switch instead. I play Switch everyday and it's great. If you want a home console, buy a Switch. It's cheaper than most and only a bit more expensive than others. If you want a handheld, buy a Switch. You can play anywhere, unlike the Intellivision. You can program a missile launch with the Switch. I play Switch with my son, my grandson and the son of my grandson. Did you know you can use the Switch as a frisbee? All in all (and sorry for the offtopic), the Switch in unavoidable. I'm having a great time with the Switch right now, just looking at it. Buy a Switch now and get a free "I play the switch instead of the ______" certificate that you can fill up with the name of your favorite, inferior console. Switch!


      (Just kidding, folks).


      I've never played Shark! Shark!, but it looks fun to play with non gamers.

    2. retrorussell


      Good game for the Intellivision.

    3. doctorclu


      Yeh Retrorussell, Shark! Shark! is a very basic game, simple to learn, and addicting.  :D

  12. You mean Double Dragon V didn't scratch that itch?
  13. I remember running Magic Mac which essentially ran the gem based stuff of the ST and not much else at the time. Got that running on my Macintosh Performa 575 68040 machine. I believe it ran a good game of NetHack ST which was entirely gem based. I think also a game of solitaire. There was other gem based things that would work (like the movie player, CAB the web browser, and other apps) but I remember that NetHack ST was one of the better games I got working.
  14. I loved the JagTOS project. Now days I could get that going and play Zool. Read that webpage, looks like Matthias and all them had a 120 mb drive going. I wonder how well it did run a lot of games. Also not seeing a keyboard solution? Mentions mouse but that is all I saw.
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