Episode 2 – Combat

This week’s episode is all about Combat, the first game developed for the Atari 2600 and the first pack in game for the system.

Next week’s games will be Air-Sea Battle and Star Ship, so please send your stories and memories of those games to 2600gamebygame@comcast.net

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Episode 125: The Video Game Crash of 1983

On this episode of You Don’t Know Flack I talk about the Video Game Crash of 1983: what caused it, and why Imissed it.

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The worst arcade conversion I’ve ever seen.
A couple of other converted cabinets I’ve owned.
A quick plug for the book Racing the Beam

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Episode 1 – Introduction

The 2600 Game By Game Podcast is a somewhat weekly podcast that will give the synopsis, history, and personal memories of each game cartridge for the Atari 2600. Join your host Ferg as he goes back in time to rediscover the intimidatingly large Atari 2600 game library!

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Episode 124: Arkadia Retrocade

This week’s show is about the Arkadia Retrocade in Fayetteville, Arkansas. I spent several hours at the Arkadia arcade yesterday. Here’s what I found!

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The Mindcandy Demo DVDs.
My old review site, review-o-matic.com
Here are all the pictures I took during during our trip to the arcade/a>.

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RCR Episode #45

Panelists: Carrington Vanston (hosting), David Greelish and Earl Evans

Topics:

Vintage Computer Commercial:

Retro Computing Gift Idea:

Auction Picks:

Closing Discussions

Intro / Closing Song: Back to Oz by John X – link
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Episode 123: The CFFA 3000

Leaping from moderately mainstream to moderately obscure, this week’s episode of You Don’t Know Flack is dedicated to the CFFA 3000, a relatively new card that plugs into vintage Apple II computers and allows retro hobbyists to load virtual disk images and convert physical disks to virtual disk images (and back). I also coin the word “floppycentric” in this episode.

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The CFFA 3000 homepage
Get yer Apple II DIsk Images here!
What the heck. Here’s a play through of for the Apple II

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