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  1. This is just a press release teaser, but I'll answer whatever limited questions I can! Press release: https://armchairarcade.com/perspectives/2018/10/17/atgames-and-the-tetris-company-announce-iconic-puzzle-game-tetris-featured-in-legends-flashback-console-and-upcoming-legends-ultimate-home-arcade/ Value-Priced High Definition Console and Upcoming Home Arcade Machine Will Feature Legendary Video Games, Including Tetris® Los Angeles – October 17, 2018 - AtGames® Digital Media Inc., a leader in interactive entertainment products, and The Tetris Company, LLC, purveyors of one of the leading and most distinctive video game brands and franchises in the world, today announced that they have expanded their agreement to include the iconic puzzle game Tetris® as one of the featured games in the new, full-size Legends Ultimate Home Arcade machine, which comes with an unprecedented 400 built-in games. This product will join the Legends Flashback console, which is available at major retailers everywhere, and features 50 built-in games, including Tetris. “These new products offer families and gamers everywhere a selection of the best classic games from the top publishers and brands,” says Dr. Ping-Kang Hsiung, CEO of AtGames. “We’re thrilled that The Tetris Company and their iconic game, Tetris, are a key part of these exciting products.” The Legends Ultimate Home Arcade features 400 built-in arcade and home games, including Tetris and other legends from iconic publishers. As a full-sized home arcade machine, the Legends Ultimate Home Arcade offers a gameplay experience like no other. Each game plays just like at the arcade thanks to an authentic control panel that features a matching set of premium joysticks and six buttons for two player fun, as well as a professional trackball controller. The built-in, low latency, high definition 21.5” LCD monitor features HDMI inputs so you can display content from other consoles and media players on the same great machine. The built-in software is similarly impressive, with scan line filtering, an intuitive menu system, save and resume game functionality, and the ability to rewind a game in progress to recover from a play misstep. The Legends Flashback console features Tetris as one of 50 built-in arcade and home games, which have become legendary thanks to their timeless fun and endless replay value. Other games include such hits as Galaga, 1942, BurgerTime, Dig Dug, Ghouls ‘n Ghosts, Mega Man, Street Fighter II: Champion Edition, and so much more! Other impressive features of the Legends Flashback include high definition 720p video output with scan line filtering, an intuitive menu system, save and resume game functionality, and the ability to rewind a game in progress to recover from a play misstep. Two ergonomic six button gamepads are included for one or two player action. “We’re excited to have the iconic game of Tetris included in the incredible classic games lineups showcased in the Legends Flashback console and upcoming Legends Ultimate Home Arcade,” says Maya Rogers, President and CEO of Blue Planet Software, Inc., sole agent for the Tetris brand. “We think the intense, addictive gameplay that Tetris is known for by fans worldwide will be a great fit for these premium console and home arcade offerings.” About AtGames: AtGames Digital Media Inc. (http://www.atgames.net) is a leader in innovative consumer-oriented interactive entertainment products. The company leverages the latest technology to develop and publish its best-selling classic videogame products for worldwide distribution. AtGames is based in Los Angeles, with international offices in Taipei and Shenzhen. About the Tetris® Brand: The Tetris® brand is one of the leading and most distinctive video game brands and franchises in the world. Now entering its 35th anniversary year, the brand continues to be loved globally by people of all ages and all cultures. Billions of Tetris games are played online every year, and over 500 million Tetris mobile games have been downloaded to date. The Tetris brand’s global licensee network includes major video game publishers, including Electronic Arts, Ubisoft, Sega, and Sony/GSN Games, as well as many partners in electronics, toys, apparel, lifestyle goods, entertainment and more. Tetris Holding, LLC is the owner of Tetris rights worldwide, and The Tetris Company, LLC is its exclusive licensee. For the latest information about the Tetris® brand and Tetris® products, please visit www.tetris.com. Become a fan of Tetris on Facebook (www.facebook.com/Tetris) and follow Tetris on Twitter (@Tetris_Official) and Instagram (@Tetris_Official). Media Contacts [email protected] (AtGames) Andrea Sausedo Piotraszewski (on behalf of the Tetris brand) [email protected]
  2. FINAL PRICE: $97 Incl. standard shipping. Registered shipping is US$11 extra. Actually looks good in widescreen, it corrects building blocks to more square ones. You're paying for one Tetris Videocart with custom labels and dito box. PayPal: [email protected] ************************************************************* ************************************************************* Three IMPORTANT details: Make sure you pay in US$ (not automatic SEK by PayPal) Make sure I receive the full amount, add the whole cost of fees to your payment or use the friends-option. (this is a very difficult task) Please make sure I know who's paying and your address, add your alias and/or send me an email about it ************************************************************* ************************************************************* Swedish guys (and gals - ha ha, sure...) can pay via banktransfer or Swish as well. (It's a pay via a cell phone service - who uses cash anymore?) Feel free to ask any questions in this thread or to the e-mail address above and I'll answer. First mockup box: Buyers (shipping order): 1. George E. 2. Ronald P. 3. Blazing Lazers 4. cvga 5. cjherr (reg) 6. atarirx 7. masschamber 8. Jason K. 9. stupus A. VectrexRoli (reg) B. eebuckeye C. retrogmr D. E. F. Rick Reynolds 10. Kelseya 11. HoshiChiri 12. 13. 14.
  3. A new channel is on YouTube called Video Game Stars. Anyway, this video is about the first video game in space. Packed a lot of stuff in just a minute long video.
  4. Hi guys, For sale: rare unlicensed NES game Price: 49 Euro + shipping (10 Euro) If interested, reply or message me.
  5. Enig

    Tetris on 7800?

    I've wondered, why is it that there seems to be no port of Tetris for the Atari 7800 yet? I mean, even the 2600 has had a ton of them of varying quality, yet nobody has thought to do it on the more powerful and graphically capable 7800. Personally, I'd enjoy seeing that happen someday, as the 7800 is one of my little gaming-related obsessions.
  6. UPDATES: 11/16/2018 - New 1P kernel design is almost complete. Playable prototypes coming soon. 11/07/2018 - The SRS (Super Rotation System) is in place, and piece rotations are almost finished. 11/02/2018 - An unfinished 2-player joystick prototype is now available. (See page 6.) Here's the original post:
  7. Selling my Tengen Tetris for NES. This is the unlicensed version. Tengen was an off-shoot of Atari. It is way better than the Nintendo one. Has more game modes (vs CPU, etc.) Initial price is $99. Offers are welcome. Will shipping for free world-wide. Game overview: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tetris_(Atari)
  8. During the open house at the Personal Computer Museum http://www.pcmuseum.ca Saturday March 15, 2014 we will be demonstrating a couple of the recent FLAPPY BIRD conversions on REAL hardware. For example, the Commodore 64 version will be playable as well as at least one of the Atari 2600 versions. We will also be showing the Tetris documentary "Ecstasy of Order" at 2:00 PM EST for those interested in seeing it (on our 122" theater screen with great sound). If you haven't been to the museum please come and check it out - admission is free/donation and you can also get a tour of the largest collection of video games in Canada (over 15,000)
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