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Hi, Well with AtariVox+ support on hold, I am interested in knowing how you would like me to proceed. There are 2 types of game types I would like to use for my game. Read the descriptions below and vote on the poll on your favorite. The winner will be considered as a possibility for the game's new type. Strategy: In this genre type, you control the president via the keypad controller. You enter commands via the keypad buttons in the order you would like to execute them. After entering the desired commands you press another button and the commands are run in the order they are entered until they are all executed. Your goal is the reach the goal in the least amount of commands. You will be able to hear speech and save your high score via the AtariVox+ when available. The Atarivox+ is not necessary and would be optional. Having one would add additional features. Simulation: In this genre type, you take care of the president via feeding and training him(think Tamagotchi). Over time he will become stronger and fight the invading creatures. There is the possibility of having different carts with different creatures you can train. One thing I was thinking was having presidents fight each other via a special "tournament" cart. You will be able to hear speech and save your stats via the AtariVox+ when available. The Atarivox+ is not optional and not having it would make the game incompletable. Regards, Heroes & Shadow
i want to play mario bros on my android phone. retroarch WORKS but i cant press the buttons on the background. i can only press the buttons on the overlay. are there lcd handheld emulators for android available online?
This is timely - http://goo.gl/cXWd0h - a new Truckin' game/simulation was just reviewed, shortly after The Intellivisionaries put out their show. Coincidence? Hmm.... In the Disqus comments section of the page, it looks like 2 people already mentioned Intellivision Truckin'. It would be cool if all of us AA forum hardheads added a comment too, give credit where it's due to Intellivision OG Rick Levine.