In Episode 7, we’ll have a lip-smacking review of Food Fight and we’ll put our lives on the line for you by participating in the deadly budget game Death Race!.
Atari 5200 Podcast
– latest episode: “Star Raiders”
- Wapniak 2017
Blade Runner 2049 second trailer
(note: not for kids)
Video of Bosconian homebrew gameplay
Fragmare’s YouTube channel of video game music covers
The XL BOSS review, Analog Computing issue 25
- The A-Z of Atari 8-bit Games ebook
The Retro Show,
Sat. Sept. 9th, 2017, Luton, England
- Easy to Learn, Hard to Master – The Fate of Atari
8 Bit Weapon
(Michelle aka ComputeHer
is ½ of this band) has a new album:
“DLC the OST”
(Downloadable content, the original soundtrack)
- This episodes title graphic was created by Artist John Von Neumann. Many thanks for the use of it.
- Published by
- Atari Corp (1987)
- Developed by
- John Sanderson, General Computer Corporation (GCC)
Giant Bomb’s description of Food Fight (arcade)
American Classic Arcade Museum: interview with Jonathan Hurd,
creator of arcade Food Fight
(snapshot at Internet Archive’s “Wayback Machine”)
Retro Gamer issue 135
includes a “Making of Food Fight” article
Atari 7800 “Food Fight“, as a
for the original Atari Flashback”
Where to Buy:
High Retro Game Lord video review
Atari 7800 Game by Game podcast
No Quarter podcast
Press Continue podcast
- Published by
- Atlantis Software (1987)
- Developed by
- Simon Leck
Info and Downloads:
Atari Cave review of Atari 8-bit “Death Race”
Review of arcade “Turbo” at MobyGames
Reviews of ColecoVision “Turbo” at MobyGames
Review of Intellivision “Turbo” at MobyGames
Atari 2600 Game by Game podcast review of “Turbo” prototype
“Atari 8-bit vs Arcade – Part 13”
Source:: Review Episode 7
Next Week: Double Dribble & Blades of Steel!
This is a short episode rounding up the multitude of news that has recently been happening in the Atari 2600 world. Much later than all the other podcasters and Youtubers have done, of course. :)
As always, thank you for listening.
Hyperkin video of RetroN 77 from E3
Atari Codebreaker TM
Atari Games TM
Atari Touch Games TM
Flashback 8 Gold Activision edition (I didn’t know abnout this one)
Flashback 8 Gold
Flashback 8 Classic
Dynamite Comics Atari offerings
Intellivision Lives web site
Tribute to Keith Robinson by Kishi from Retronauts
Keith Robinson’s Making It comic strip
Hey kids! Thanks for stopping by. We have a super fun show ahead of us this week. We start off with some talk about Adam West and how great he was and then from there we move onto At The Movies where we take a look at a horror flick called It Comes At Night. It was pretty harsh…
Then for the main event we dig into what is sure to be a fun and informative as well as a bit controversial segment.. IseeRobots Radio Top 5 Simpsons Supporting Characters Of All The Times! Let me know what you think over at Facebook.com/IseeRobots !
Then we finish off with some talk about The Flea Market and a bunch of other fun stuff!
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Source:: CCCM – The Haunted
Today on GeekFest Rants Carlos will Rant about the new movie he saw, It Comes At Night. Is it a great movie? Is it confusing? Is it worth a second viewing? Are the critics right or wrong? You will find out…..maybe. And while talking about second viewings, we’ll list some very good movies that we really don’t want to re-watch.
Then we’ll take a trip to the Pandora, the World of Avatar. This new Disney – Animal Kingdom attraction might just have the best theme park ride ever. As well as very tall skinny blue inhabitants.
Plus, we take a ride back to 1984/85 to re- write a wrong in Carlos’ time traveling timeline…… a missed Hall and Oates concert. This past week we corrected that injustice in nerd 80’s pop music history.
In this episode Arkay and Willie talk about the classic diving toy that used baking powder as fuel. Norm is back as well to talk about Milton Bradleys Dark Tower board game. Plus lots of other fun!
Golden Spike Museum
Mattel Caster Master
Spare Time Hobby Shop
“>Doc’s Moviecade video
Great site on Baking Powder Subs
Dark Tower Flash Game
Baking Powder Sub patent
3d Print your own Diving Sub!