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  1. I like arcade games. I like the 1980s. I like movies. So one day in class, I thought, "What if I made a movie about 1980s arcade games?" And thus, High Score was born. It is set in 1982 and follows a preteen girl, Tiffany Willis, and her best friend, Dave Bryant, who live in uptown NYC and are both huge video game fanatics. Tiffany gets tons of scores on games both at the arcade at the mall and the local arcade down the street. She's a legend at the latter, always gathering up a crowd of people watching her play. She gets her Atari 2600, ColecoVision, and Intellivision fix at the game store nearby. When the arcade is holding a tournament at the end of the year, Tiffany is determined to win. So she and Dave prove they're the best by setting the high score on every arcade across their country. I am setting up my basement to be the Meril Valley Mall's arcade, and Flash Forward Arcade will be shot at, of course, Funspot. I'm writing the script and playing Tiffany! Follow the progress at PlotBot! http://www.plotbot.com/screenplays/high_score/ Questions about the film can be put in the replies! See you soon!
  2. Hi Everyone! This is my first post to this site, even though I've visited in the past. Thanks for all you do for the gaming community and the valuable information you all provide! I'm here because I recently found an interesting trio of items, and I'm hoping to learn more if anyone knows more. These are Atari employee pay stubs from '82-'83, which include a regular pay stub, severance package stub and a "sick bonus" stub which I'm assuming was a PTO payout of some kind. These are interesting enough on their own, but what makes them even more unusual is the fact that they came from right around the time of the crash. Even more unusual is that the "severance" stub was from '82 and the others from '83, possibly meaning that this employee was terminated in '82 and brought back to work in '83 only to be met again with termination most likely due to the crash. That's about as much as I know about these, hence my reason for starting this post. I can't find any information on the employee (name is in the photo). I don't know anything on the timeline of this person's employment besides the tale the stubs tell. Did/Do any of you possibly know her, or recognize these? Any information you all may know would be appreciated. I'd love to know more about this person's story if it's out there. Thanks in advance! OldStuffJunkie
  3. Hi together, There are those who say, that the Atari Liberator from 1982 coin-up game was ported to the 8bit-system. Well, if someone has that very special above rarity 10 game, the community would be very glad, if you can upload it. Any hint, any fragment of source code or development step is very welcome at any time. In case you don't know the game, please see 3 images below and all images I have in the attached zip file. Thank you very much for your support, we really appreciate your help. :-))) References: Set 1: https://www.emuparadise.me/M.A.M.E._-_Multiple_Arcade_Machine_Emulator_ROMs/Liberator_(set_1)/14238 Set 2: https://www.emuparadise.me/M.A.M.E._-_Multiple_Arcade_Machine_Emulator_ROMs/Liberator_(set_2)/97741 Liberator.zip
  4. Here's a little article I ran into at "archive.org" from an 1980 "Byte" magazine... A link to the web-link is below. I haven't read it fully, but I do understand that those interrupts can be pretty fast when used properly, especially on the TI-99 with it's limitations. I've attached a PDF file to this post to specific article discussing an "Interrupt Driven Real Time Clock" with source code. I bet there's all sorts of useful things that can come from the article for anyone who's interested. https://archive.org/details/byte-magazine-1980-09 An Interrupt-Driven Real-Time Clock for the TMS 9900.pdf
  5. I thought that maybe some of you would like to see the GCE Arcade-Time Watch from 1982 in action:
  6. From the album: Lord Innit's Collection

    My first ever video game book which I bought way back in 1982.
  7. I've recently discovered these posters were a thing when I bought six of them on eBay and did research to discover there are a total of 10 of them, meaning I now really want the last four. I'm looking to buy the ones for Warlords, Centipede, Missile Command, and Star Raiders. I'd like them to to be in like new condition, preferred if tags still attached. Heres photos of the ones I have already and how I'm framing them-
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