Just in time for winter here in the northern hemisphere, we’re reviewing Summer Games! So grab your sunscreen, power up your
Atari, and on your mark… get set… go!
- Man vs Snake
- Ultimate Cart
- Ten Pence Arcade podcast
- Art of Atari
- Atari 5200 Podcast
- Rebooteroids for Jaguar
- 2016 ABBUC Software Contest
- Bally Alley Astrocast podcast
- Published by
- Atari Corp (1988)
- Epyx (1984, US) & US Gold (1984, UK)
- Developed by
- Scott Nelson
- Stephen Landrum
- Erin Murphy
- Jon Leupp
- Stephen Mudry
- Randy Glover
- Brian McGhie
- Epyx Inc.
- Atari Corp 1988 cart version, at AtariMania
- Epyx 1984 disk version, at AtariMania
- “Ultimate Cart User’s Thread” at AtariAge
- Disk version, hacked for AtariMax MaxFlash cart
Where to Buy:
- 2600 Game by Game Podcast – Summer & Winter Games
- 7800 Game by Game Podcast – Ep. 13 Summer Games & Super Huey
- ANTIC Podcast Interview 24 – Michael Katz (oversaw release of Summer Games & others)
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In this episode Greg and George look at the first game of the popular action puzzle series Bust a Move from Taito! Known as Puzzle Bobble outside of North America, this cute and challenging puzzle game features characters and graphics from the well known Bubble Bobble series, and has 100 levels promised to make you insane toward the end! Listen to us discuss this game and how it holds up today. Any feedback, questions, suggestions, etc. can be left for us on our FB page or e-mailed to the email@example.com and as always thanks for your support!
Source:: The SNES Podcast #66 — Bust A Move
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Scintillating Second Season Starter! Select Game kicks off 2017 with your letters and e-mails, wondering where The Art Of Odyssey is, new Select Game swag, and 2016 me plays Blockout! / Breakdown! and Out Of This World! / Helicopter Rescue! (1:00:59)
Experimental Video Segments
My recording engineer for this podcast – it’s Puck!
You know, I’d pay you $22.95 to get that box thing off my furry butt.
Links from this episode:
- Play Blockout! / Breakdown! online via Archive.org
- Play Out Of This World! / Helicopter Rescue!! online via Archive.org
- New Select Game merch at Redbubble!
- MarkWHO42 podcast: VWORP! VWORP! and Away!
- theLogBook.com Patreon
- theLogBook.com’s Facebook page (talk to us)
- Chiptune cover songs by Kasatochi (free downloads, including the Select Game Season One soundtrack)
- theLogBook.com Store (get my latest book, WARP!1!)
- Corps – everywhere, for your convenience!
Source:: 201: Feedback! Space Blocks!
In this episode we talk about the cool classic toy Vac-U-Form by Mattel and the board game The Bermuda Triangle from Milton Bradley. Also in this episode we announce the Qbert minicade giveaway and lots of other fun toy topic!
Fifty Two 80’s Retro Shop
Your Toy Connection
Rick’s Toys N Comics
Museum of Working Minatures
Qbert from Basic Fun
Qbert Giveaway on Toy Tomb Podcast Facebook Page
Maxx Traxx from Skull Duggery
Triangle Review by Board Game Museum
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Hey kids! This week we have a little something different. An All New Episode of.. This Boring Life, where every episode we will explore The Secret Origin Of IseeRobots. One Topic At A Time.
The topic for this episode? Bowling! I am a super bowling maniac. I love the game and everything connected to it. I spent many a year hanging and banging around Bowling Alleys and on this episode I will tell you all about it. We start with some stories of my youth hanging out at Holiday Bowl and then we move into my time in a Bowling League and some info about my team, The Cash Money Millionaires. There are video game stories, pinball tales and all sorts of great stuff. You do not want to miss this!
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