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Super Monaco GP (Coin-Op)

 

Big Run (Coin-Op)

 

A Nightmare On Elm Street (DOS) ... An old DOS game from 1990. Sucks imo lol

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Tried:

Challenging Lolo

Rockman 4: Minus Infinity

Castlevania: Chorus of Mysteries

 

The first two.... toooooouuuugh! Like absurdly so.

The Castlevania hack is pretty fun, and looks nice to boot.

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Joy Mech Fight. Very fun, kind of cutesy/silly, but you get to play robots, and beat up on other robots.

Holy Diver. I can't get past the 2nd stage... but Holy Diver.

Over Horizon. Really cool shmup that I need to spend more time with.

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Star wars (Famicom).

Simon's Quest: Redacted (Hey, the English makes sense).

Gradius 3. Almost beat it. First time in a few years. Out of practice. Died at the boss gauntlet. But only juuuuust so.

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Tugboat (Coin-op) ... They had it at Chuck E Cheese lol. Personally I think this game would be a good port for the 2600.

 

Ms. Pac-Man (Atari 5200)

 

Joust (Atari 5200) ... Made it to Wave 16 and scored 113500!!! :love:

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Dance Dance Revolution GB2 (Game Boy Color)

Dance Dance Revolution GB3 (Game Boy Color)

Red Steel (Nintendo Wii)

Just curious... why would they make DDR for the gameboy???

 

Don't get me wrong, I LOVE DDR... but for a handheld that just seems pointless...

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Just curious... why would they make DDR for the gameboy???

Don't get me wrong, I LOVE DDR... but for a handheld that just seems pointless...

What you can do with your feet you can do with your thumbs! Just think of it like Beatmania or any other rhythm game that you'd normally operate with a controller in your hands rather than under your feet, only with 8-bit chiptune renditions of DDR songs for the music. :)

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What you can do with your feet you can do with your thumbs! Just think of it like Beatmania or any other rhythm game that you'd normally operate with a controller in your hands rather than under your feet, only with 8-bit chiptune renditions of DDR songs for the music. :)

Fair enough.

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Went to the arcades again right up the road from my residence.

 

Played some Pole Position and scored 47,180, Mario Bros with a 140,980 performance, and Castlevania on the Nintendo Playchoice-10 with a 229,190 performance.

 

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Nice Mario Bros. score! That beats mine, which is just over 120K.

 

Lately:

Rampart

Super Space Invaders

G-LOC: Air Battle

 

all arcade

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Nice Mario Bros. score! That beats mine, which is just over 120K.

 

Lately:

Rampart

Super Space Invaders

G-LOC: Air Battle

 

all arcade

Thanks!! :) Mario Bros is one of my all time favorite classic arcade games from the 80's. My best score is around 210,000. I got to Phase 18 in this go round and that is when icycles are falling off the pipes and floors. The fireballs go insane as well. Have it on mame for the modded xboxs but love to get the original 1983 cabinet for it to put in my man cave.

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