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About 7800Lover

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  • Birthday 01/04/1980

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  1. Someone told me onions made you cry. So I threw a coconut at him.

    1. GoldLeader

      GoldLeader

      Then I threw some onions at him too...just to be sure!

    2. DZ-Jay

      DZ-Jay

      You know what they say... it's not the onion that makes you cry. It's the insensitive words they use!

  2. Barbers are rich. Once the scissors and the comb are paid for, the rest is all profit!

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    2. Atarian7

      Atarian7

      I don't think my barber is getting rich at $12 a haircut.

    3. DZ-Jay

      DZ-Jay

      Are you the only client?

    4. TheTIGuy

      TheTIGuy

      Um, Rent, Shampoo, Conditioner, Water, Barba-Sol, Electricity, hair dryers, maintenance....

  3. Bubly is a great sparkling water. Lemon is the best flavor.

    1. atari2600land

      atari2600land

      lemons are evil tasting.

    2. TheTIGuy

      TheTIGuy

      I-It TaStEs LiKe PuRe EvIl!

  4. Watching the 1950s & 1960s Gumby shorts - as an adult, they look surreal or even freaky!

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    2. save2600

      save2600

      Never liked them. Gumby's weird dammit! lol

    3. frankodragon

      frankodragon

      There's a Gumby bit in Freddie's Nightmare's "End of the World where he melts during a nuclear war nightmare bit with terrible acting.

    4. LaserCat

      LaserCat

      Everyone should watch the doc GUMBY DHARMA which is on youtube. All will be answered.

  5. Doom (PS1) Qix (Arcade) Ninja Kids (Arcade)
  6. Doom (PS1) Operation Wolf (Arcade) Qix (Arcade)
  7. I feel like I'm made out of gingerbread...

  8. Doom (PS1) Ghosts'n Goblins (Arcade) The Ninja Kids (Arcade)
  9. A game that never made it to the NES was one featuring the California Raisins. The game was specifically titled The California Raisins: The Grape Escape. Before we go on, my fellow 80s children should remember the Raisins. If not, I'll explain. Back around 1986, the California Raisins were created by the California Raisin Advisory Board (yes, such an entity existed!) to raise awareness and sales of raisins. Many commercials ran that featured anthropomorpized raisins singing and dancing to old Motown hits like "I Heard It Through The Grapevine". The irony was that the California Raisins completely failed at boosting sales of raisins but became a merchandising phenomenon. There were comic books, toys, assorted merchandise, hit recordings and even a Saturday morning cartoon that ran for a single season in 1989. There was going to be a video game released in 1990 for the NES. It was developed by Radiance and to be published by Capcom. It was a side-scroller similar to Mega Man; you could choose to take any of the first four levels in any order but had to complete each one to advance to the fifth (and final) level. You played the raisins and had to collect music notes while shooting grape jelly beans at your enemies. This game was advertised and even reviewed in magazines so it was nearly complete. I even owned one magazine and one NES strategy guide mentioning the California Raisins game. It is a shame that the plug was pulled; this looks like a fun game. Anyone else familiar with this title?
  10. I found a little more information but sadly no ROM dump still... https://www.pastemagazine.com/articles/2016/10/8-nes-games-that-were-never-released.html It looks like it was going to be based more on the short-lived Police Academy cartoon. The plot involved alternating between the various characters to rescue the commandant's missing goldfish. No, I am not making that up.
  11. I guess the game didn't get made because they couldn't find a cartridge strong enough to hold Chuck Norris. Sorry...I couldn't resist that joke.
  12. Wow! I heard about this. It's too bad we don't have any idea about the backstory. Was Harry Hooligan back in this game too?
  13. I like the Family Circus. The mom was quite a fox. I never heard of this Family Circus game; if I had been responsible for the making such a game, I'd have made it a platformer.
  14. Anyone like the classic first person shooter, Doom? I remember my brother and I getting the first episode on diskette when the game first hit shelves years ago. Shooting demons, imps, sergeants, etc. with a shotgun, pistol, Gatling gun and so on - that was quite a thrill. I managed to get a copy of the PS1 edition of Doom for cheap at a Gamestop; the PS1 port has Doom 1 and 2 as well as extra levels. It is quite a rush to play this and get surprised by the imps chucking fireballs at you; those guys sneak up on you.
  15. Doom (PS1) Super Mario Bros. Wii (Wii) Startropics (NES)
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