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About classicgamer74

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  • Birthday 09/22/1974

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    Northwest Indiana
  • Interests
    Classic Gaming, Classic Rock, Writing
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    Any and all 2600 games, originals, rares, hacks, homebrews, etc.
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    NES, Famicom, everything up to Genesis.

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  1. Thank you. I have several of them all around the house. Most of them are quiet observers.
  2. No it's not a haunted doll. It's actually a Kabuki Lion Dancer doll. My wife loves all things Asian. it's too tall for her cabinet so it's taken residence in mine. She needs a new cabinet but she hasn't found one she likes. BTW...the haunted dolls are kept elsewhere. Thanks for your viewing!
  3. In this week's episode I discuss some rare and valuable Intellivision games. Many of these are late releases or homebrews. Any surprises? Let me know.
  4. Here is my latest hack. I collaborated with the great Scott Dayton, the master of Atari 2600 hacks. Being a fan of Agust D (Suga from BTS) I wanted to make a hack about him. I loved the song and its video "Daechwita". And that become the inspiration for this hack. In this game you take on the role of Agust D and you are trying to defend your kingdom from an Imugi (Korean Dragon) who wants to become a full-fledged dragon. The only way he can do that is to destroy the kingdom. In order to stop Agust D from stopping him, he builds a force field and throws a magic ball at him. As Agust D you must destroy the force field by reflecting the magic ball back at the Imugi using your sword. As time goes on the Imugi enlists the help of an evil eagle. Can you be the king and the boss and save your kingdom from certain destruction? For checking out my game, check out this music video I made combining the official video and game footage. Let me know what you think. Thank you lots! Daechwita (Hack of Off the Wall).bin
  5. Yes. Send me a PM and we can talk about it.
  6. I got it working. Thank you for all your help.
  7. One more question...how do you emulate the keyboard on this emulator?
  8. That worked great. Thank you for all your help.
  9. I get what you're saying. Here is a screenshot of the emulator and the command line.
  10. Nope. I just launch the emulator and choose the rom from the list by clicking on it.
  11. Can you tell me how I do the command line? I've never done that before.
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