Willie! visits Arkay and they record a impromptu episode :P The Ataribox is discussed, along with the SNES mini, Bridge direct minicades and other random toy discussions!
So sit right back and let the Ramblin’ begin!
Dan Pinal: Alternate Reality – The Dungeon, Atari Graphics and Arcade Game Design Dan Pinal contributed to the book Atari Graphics and Arcade Game Design, with Jeff Stanton, a book published by Arrays in 1984. He was one of the programmers of Alternate Reality – The Dungeon, which was published by Datasoft in 1987. He also created the game Stargate Courier, published by COSMI; and worked on the Atari port of Goonies for Datasoft. This interview took place on September 1, 2017. “They said, ‘How long?’ and we said ’18 months.’ And they said ‘We can’t wait that long to put something out.'” AtariMania’s list of Dan Pinal software Atari Graphics and Arcade Game Design at at Atari Archives Atari Graphics and Arcade Game Design at Internet Archive
Monopoly Gamer takes an old board game that everybody hates and adds a new twist that everybody loves. Ashlee joins the show again to talk about this fun for all ages game.
There is a lot of new TV we discovered with Channel Zero: No End House on the SYFY Network, Seth Mcfarlane’s The Orvile, and Vice Principals on HBO.
NHL 94 is still going strong with the NHL 94 Kings tournament is Las Vegas and a new documentary on the way called Pixelated Heroes.
Music in this episode is brought to you by Phillip Gross. Listen to the entire album at http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Phillip_Gross/Katerstimmung/
Source:: e77 – Monopoly Gamer
Hey kids! Thanks for stopping by. We have a super fun show ahead of us this week. We start off with some talk about my foot injury and then we move onto The Moon-Rats and give good old Iceberg a call and see how he’s handling it up there with out me.
After the we move onto At The Movies where we look at Kingsman: The Golden Circle and for the main event of the show we take a super indepth look at one of the coolest toy lines there ever was.. Remco Mini-Monsters!
For the ending bit we talk some TV, Star Trek, Halt and Catch Fire and some more about Remco Mini-Monsters as well as a WWE Figure I bought.
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It’s a heart-wrenching tale of two mothers separated from their children, and I totally abuse everyone involved. Trail of Tears on CCCM. Listen, right click and download, or find us on Itunes or Stitcher.
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One of us is well versed in Thundercade. A shmup. A very good shmup. The best shmup. I don’t know of a better shmup, do you? I mean, really. It’s a shmup. God save the shmup.
The other has been away. A long way away. Probably a lot of miles. To the best place. Have you seen the donuts over there? I like donuts. Who doesn’t? God save the donuts.
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Interview With Clay Cowgill – 1h 49m 47s
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Romstar Art Kit
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Nintendo Developed Arcade Games
Pac Man Headstone – GAME OVER
MAME Devs Literally Crack Chips
First 2018 Revival Date
Antic Atari 8 Bit Podcast
Eaten By A Grue Text Adventure Podcast
John ‘Retro Reloader’
Victor’ MURICA SPECIAL BIT!!!
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Source:: Podcast 95 – Thundercade
Next Week: R-Type!
Source:: Amigos Episode 114 – Road Rash
Paul Lynde did a Halloween Special. It has the Wicked Witch of the West! Witchiepoo! AND KISS!!
Hey everyone, Gino Vega here, back with Episode 8 of the “Mr. Sensational” Gino Vega Podcast on the I See Robots Radio Network!
This episodes kicks off season 2 of the show with a look back at what I did during my summer vacation—dudes freaking out on PCP, sushi conveyor belts, and New Japan Pro Wrestling…it’s all here!
Then it’s on to a look back at my memories watching Saturday Morning Cartoons as a youth, some thoughts on the institution, and even a few acapela renditions of Cartoon themes. Don’t say I never did anything for you!
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In this episode Greg and George discuss a RPG that didn’t get much love when it first came out but has since become a cult classic — the quirky, strange, and charming game Earthbound! A whimsical take on how the Japanese see American culture, we go into depth on this on the gameplay, graphics, what this game does right, and if it’s worth all the praise. Any questions, comments, feedback, etc. can be left on our Facebook page or sent via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and as always thanks for your support!
Source:: The SNES Podcast #83 — Earthbound