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  1. The Tenth Round of the 2013 Harmony Games is Princess Rescue (this was chosen by me, since crimefighter didn't get to me in time) Breif Description: Princess Rescue is in all fairness a 2600 clone/tribute game of Super Mario Bothers that was done for the NES. gameplay is the same as it would be for nes as well. this game was slated to be sold on Atari Age and at PRGE 2013,but the big shot at Nintendo got wind of it and put a kabosh on it(only the lucky people who put the preorder in before the time) Chris Sprybug who made this game did a great job on it.. lucky the rom is available to d/l and play here scoring is simlar to what it is on the Nes *bonus points: 10 bonus points to any one who finishes the game and rescues the princess This round ends on Novenber 12th Good Luck!! Any scores for Backfire posted (for those who are not listed) will now count as one point until nov 6th then no more won't be accepted The Next game will be chosen by Liduario (we are only doing strictly homebrew games no hacks from this point on,toward the end of this round if I don't hear back from Liduario I will choose the game) as always scores will only be updated on the webpage and AVC Forum(since I have no editing feature here) (you can also post scores on the AVC Forum as well just follow the instructions posted on the harmony games web page)
  2. The Eighth round of the 2013 Harmony Games as suggested by roadrunner is Hell-o-ween. This is Graphical Hack of Pitfall for 2600 so we will basicaly use the rules from Zero's 2600 HSC http://atariage.com/forums/topic/133058-hsc-season-6-week-7-pitfall Game Description: Halloween Pitfall! style! Things look very different in this Nightmarish Pitfall! Hack. All of the sprites have been changed to resemble "spooky" themed objects including bouncing Jack-o-lanterns, tombstones and chomping skulls. Even Pitfall Harry gets a horror make-over. you can d/l the game here in case of tie scores: best time left on the on clock determines ranking Bonus Points: Explorers club: Score 20,000 or more get 10 bonus points ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Perfect Game: score 114,000 get 20 bonus points (plus the Explorers club points) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- this round ends September 21st Good luck (at the end of the round points will be awarded(10 (for first) to 2(for tenth) 1 for everybody after 10 (any scores submitted after this round ends will be given 1 point) any scores for Ultra SScide posted (for those who are not listed) will now count as one point until Sept 7 then no more won't be accepted Next Game is to be chosen by Gorfy as always scores will only be updated on the webpage and AVC Forum(since I have no editing feature here) (you can also post scores on the AVC Forum as well just follow the instructions posted on the harmony games web page)
  3. Here are some vintage Atari 5200 I currently have up for sale, as I am unloading almost all of my cartridges since I already have ROMs of them. $15.00 each including free CONUS shipping, complete with instruction manuals and original overlays where applicable. Here are the ones from Activision: ones from CBS Electronics: some from Sega: and a couple more here: PM me if interested, PayPal only please Note to Albert: More cartridges will be uploaded to this one topic soon, I will be selling them in salvos, but for now, I am just selling these.
  4. As a follow up to this thread: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/230410-how-did-the-jaguar-possibly-sell-so-poorly/ I ask the question, how did Jaguar lose the battle but win the war? That is to say, all the consoles that Jaguar "lost" to are long dead and buried, the realm of collectors only. Each may have a handful of home-brews, but the Jaguar seems to have won out in its continued relevance to retro gamers, programmers and collectors. There doesn't seem to be another system out there with as active a development community (2600, and NES maybe), by sheer volume and ease of programming. So what qualities made the Jag go the distance? It supposedly not easy to program for. The 3DO was and there were only a couple of lackluster home-brews. The N64 was amazing, but it's longs dead and gone, no skunk board for that puppy. The Jag is a survivor, and the library and system are more attractive than ever. Is it the rarity, the Atari name, the fact that is was Ataris last system, The fact that the source code and rights were released? What has given Jaguar the staying power and passionate collector, home-brew, and fan base that it has enjoyed since it's early demise in the mid 90's?
  5. Time to announce the first round of the 2014 Harmony Games : INV+ NV+ is an original take of the arcade classic Space Invaders for the 2600 and was a collaborative effort between Erik Mooney and Piero Cavina. This is the only version of Space Invaders for the 2600 to feature 11 invaders per row, matching the arcade game in this regards. use the the following settings: right settings set on A non-rapid fire left settings doesn't matter (if its on A it will be simular to space invaders arcade) this round starts April 15th,2014 at 3pm CDT and ends April 28th 2pm CDT good luck!!! Point scoring: top 10: 10 (for first) to 2(for tenth) 1 for everybody after 10 any scores submitted after the round ends will get 1point you can d/l the rom here post your scrores here (ranks will posted at the AVC Online forum and on the harmony games web page (see signature))
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