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  1. DoctorSpuds

    Dig Dug (Atari)

    From the album: My Collection

  2. Hey Everyone, I've partnered with www.HoldSquare.com, a global PlayStation community, to provide a weekly video podcast covering everything from Atari to PlayStation 4, plus some general pop culture topics. We have some laughs while informing (and hopefully entertaining) the modern and retro gaming community. Each episode is hosted by outlawcurtis, a hardcore PS4 gamer who grew up playing the Atari 2600 and NES, and myself, Brett Weiss, a longtime gaming author, collector, and industry advocate. Sometimes the lovely Jordan, a child of the 80s and 90s, will sit in and make sure we behave. In our latest episode, we cover such topics as Darth Vader, Dark Souls 3, Doom, Dig Dug, the Intellivision, The Rolling Stones, Uncharted 4, and Hot Pockets. And, as usual, a bring out a rarity from my collection at the end of the episode in our weekly "show and tell segment." This time, I show off an Atari item that you may have never seen before (at least in this condition). (Sorry I had a senior moment with the RF switch, calling it a UHF switch--yikes!) If you enjoy the video (click on the link below to watch), please like and subscribe, and help us get the word out on social media. Thanks!
  3. Intellivision Dig Dug Complete In Reproduction Box and Tested Game comes complete with reproduction box and reproduction manual. Actual items shown, tested and working but sold as is. Packed in plastic game protector and mailed in a shipping box, NO PADDED ENVELOPES! Bid with confidence. eBay Auction -- Item Number: 283808849412
  4. Announcing the release of Dig Dug 37th Anniversary Edition to the AtariAge community!   This hack started as a graphics update to a fine hack known as Dig Dug Arcade.   What I changed:   1) All of Dig Dug's animation frames.   2) All of the animation frames for the falling rock.   3) All of the fruit/vegetable bonus items.   Things that I'd still like to see done with the hack (but are beyond my capabilities):   1) Static (unloosened) rocks using the first frame of the falling rock animation instead of the ball sprite.   2) Terrain (strata) divisions made wavy instead of straight.   3) Terrain having a dotted pattern instead of lined.   4) Tops of some of the fruit/vegetable bonuses (carrot, turnip, tomato, pineapple) made a different color than the main body.   5) The mushroom and garlic bonus items changed to colors that better match the arcade.   Please enjoy the new version! Dig_Dug_37th_Anniv_Ed.bin
  5. So close to 100K. Rotate video to watch full vertical.
  6. DoctorSpuds

    Dig Dug (Atari)

    From the album: My Collection

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