Vic Sage, Claymation Werewolf, and Phishbon3s are back to talk about the next episode of Twilight Zone, which includes “Little Boy Lost”, “Wish Bank”, and “Nightcrawlers”. Listen, right click and download, or find us on Itunes.
On this weeks episode Sean, Door & Rob talk about toys from their childhood. Some good, some bad & some secrets.
Thanks to Pixel8 for the intro & closing music. Find more of his work at soundcloud.com/retropeachy
The next episode will be on the 1986 film Thrashin’ which can be found target=”_blank”>here in it’s entirety on youtube
Links to Toys mentioned
Source: Childhood Toys, Take 1
Welcome back! This week’s episode deals with M Network and two of its games, Star Strike and Adventures of Tron. Special thanks this week to Star Strike programmer David Akers for offering us insight into his game! Also thanks to Strudders for sending the only email this week, I edited out the thank you by mistake. I got distracted by my ingenious M Network stacking solution. Sorry Rob! :(
Next week I’ll be looking at the Starpath Supercharger and two of the games released for it, Phaser Patrol and Communist Mutants From Space. In two weeks, it’s Pele’s Soccer and Backgammon by Atari. If you have any stories or comments for these games, please send them to me at email@example.com. Thank you for listening!
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Panelists: David Greelish (hosting), Earl Evans, Paul Hagstrom (twitter.com/yesterbits) and Carrington Vanston
- Host topic: Reproduction vs. The Real Thing?
- Interview with Mike Douglas, creator of the new Altair 8800 Clone
- Steve Wozniak test-drives Apple 1 computers
- Steve Jobs video from 1994 – he expected to be forgotten by history
- KansasFest and OZ KFest
- KansasFest 2013
- Retrochallenge 2013
- New podcast! ANTIC: The Atari 8-Bit Podcast
- The Turbo Entabulator (3D printed mechanical computer)
- Prince Of Persia source code in depth examination
- Terry Ritter’s memoir of building a Mark-8 in 1974
- Early Apple II A2S1-0047 sells for $23,099
- First Apple computer could fetch $500,000 or more
- Vintage Apple-1 Sells for $671,000
Vintage Computer Commercials:
Retro Computing Gift Idea:
- Carrington: Mark 8 computer kit
- Earl: IBM C/2 development language
- Paul: Compaq Portable III
- Alt: Open House H650
- David: Poqet PC model PQ0164
Source: RCR Episode #53
Mike and Carrington discuss the classic arcade game Bubbles
Source: No Quarter 37: Bubbles
In this episode of CCCM, we take on the pod people of 1978′s Invasion of the Body Snatchers. Listen, right click and download, or find us on Itunes.
Johannes is back for another episode of Never Seen It. In this one, we tackle the original Fright Night. Listen, right click and save as, or find us on Itunes.
Source: Never Seen It – Fright Night
Vic Sage and I reunite after a week off to talk about the third episode of Twilight Zone, which includes “Healer”, “Children’s Zoo”, and “Kentucky Rye”. Listen, right click and download, or find us on Itunes.
Where did the time go? After a couple of weeks off, You Don’t Know Flack is back with episode 136. In this episode I talk a bit about Funspot Arcade, the classic arcade in Laconia, New Hampshire. Last week on vacation I got to drop more than a few tokens into classic arcade machines at Funspot. How was it? Tune in and find out!
Please note that the voice mailbox number has changed. The new number is 405-486-YDKF. That’s 405 (as in Oklahoma City), 486 (as in the processor), YDKF (as in YOU DON’T KNOW FLACK).
A mirror copy of this episode is located at the Internet Archive.
Source: Episode 136: Funspot Arcade