We dare to enter the depths of hell and the twisted mind of a delusional and insane woman to search for her beloved. This unique game has benn praised by many and we are definitly with that group. Find out what makes Hellbalde such a wonderful trip into Sanua’s psyche.
Adam revisits the old Adam Sandler movie Waterboy, finishes off the Regular Show series, and gets back into Suthpark. Toys R Us may be filing bankruptcy and be gone forever and nintendo switch has a hidden game.
Hey kids! Thanks for stopping by. We have a super fun show ahead of us this week. We start off with some talk about what I’d do if I were rich and stuff. Oh ya, there is also another phone message from that creep A.B Silver the leader of the space pirates. This one is a bit more threatening..
Then we talk about a movie I saw and you guys also prolly saw. It’s called IT and it was pretty scary and I’ll tell you my thoughts on that as well as what to do when someone is talking in the theater..
Onto the main event my blow by blow look at the 5th annual Santa Rosa Toy Con. We saw Walter Koenig, we saw Michelle Nichols, that’s Chekov and Uhura from The Original Star Trek.. Total fun. I bought toys, I saw toys and I’m gonna tell you all about it!
For the ending bit we talk some TV and the Toys R Us bankruptcy news. It’s a sad day but man, it could be way worse!
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Source:: CCCM – Ravagers
Thanks for your patience this week everyone! This episode is about the Data Age game Bermuda Triangle, I hope that you enjoy it. Congratulations to John Sturgis, he won the Ladybug cart provided by David at the Atari 5200 Podcast. Thanks to everyone who entered the contest. Next up will be Time Pilot by Coleco. Have any thoughts on this game? Send them to me at email@example.com. Thank you so much for listening! Bermuda Triangle on Random Terrain J Ray Dettling interview by Phil Wiswell Marc Erickesen’s blog Marc Ericksen’s illustrations site Marc Ericksen prints for sale (includes Galaga) Yellow Submarine hack by Kyle Pittman Tangentg’s Atari 2600 remakes Swear Gamer 350 – Bermuda Triangle Ed’s Tunnels of Doom page Atari 5200 Podcast Check out Jose’s awesome spreadsheet for the list of games I’ve already done, with links to the episodes! Thank you Jose! Proud member of the Throwback Network! Proud member of the Retro Junkies Network! Facebook page Twitter page Google + page My YouTube channel, for whatever reason Blog page WHAT A FORUM TOO Listen to the show on Stitcher! Subscribe to the show on iTunes, and leave a review! Reviews are nice! Listen to the show on Tune In! Please check out my other shows: Intarivisions Podcast Please Stand By! The League of Extraordinary Podcasters
Source:: 143 – Bermuda Triangle by Data Age
Next Week: Bad Dudes!
Source:: Amigos Episode 112 – Sly Spy
David Seuss, co-founder of Spinnaker Software This interview is with David Seuss, co-founder of Spinnaker Software. Spinnaker was one of the first companies to focus exclusively on educational software. Spinnaker’s software line-up included Snooper Troops, Delta Drawing, FaceMaker, Adventure Creator, In Search of the Most Amazing Thing, KinderComp, and many other titles. This interview took place on September 11, 2017. Teaser quotes: “We invented the educational software market. It really didn’t exist until we came along.” “We were making out first packaging run, we’re just so excited, and all the packages melted! Oh no.” Interview with Bill Bowman, Spinnaker CEO
In this episode Greg and George discuss the obscure port of the Capcom arcade game King of Dragons, one of many ‘hack and slash’ games that were in the arcades at the time. We discuss the gameplay and the unique things about it, the graphics and the music, how the game plays and why it’s so expensive! As always we welcome all questions, comments, feedback, etc. and you can contact us on our FB page or via e-mail to the firstname.lastname@example.org and as always thanks for your support!
This is a podcast about joy. The joy of nipple bandages. The joy of a facial angle. The joy of sweat. The joys of worldwide fame. The joy of cruising for girls. The joy of penetrating the couch. The joy of the poof. The joy of rescuing lab rabbits. The joy of murder. The joy of putting your balls to the wall. The joy of it.
Other mentioned artists: The Smiths, Spandau Ballet, David Bowie, The Beatles, Depeche Mode, Accept, Genesis, Lush, Pet Shop Boys, Oasis, Blur, Suede, Pulp, Simple Minds, Tears for Fears, and Kraftwerk (of course).
Hal Glicksman, Datamost Hal Glicksman was head of the book division at Datamost. In two years from 1982 to 1984, Datamost was one of largest publishers of computer books. In 1983 alone, Datamost published over 40 titles and shipped 100,000 books per month. Their Atari books included Atari Roots, Kids and the Atari, ABCs of Atari Computers, and The Elementary Atari. Hal himself wrote The Musical Atari, Games Ataris Play, and The Musical Commodore. Datamost also published software: the company’s Atari software titles included Cohen’s Towers, Cosmic Tunnels, Jet Boot Jack, Mr. Robot and His Robot Factory, and The Tail of Beta Lyrae. This interview took place on April 7, 2017 for me; April 8 for him in France. “It was a second career for me. I was the oldest person there, older than the boss by 10 years, almost. And for me to be able to get in with all these young people and learn — I mean, I wasn’t as fast as any of them but, just to hold up my own.” A video version of this interview is available. Otis Art Institute Interview with Gary Koffler, VP at Datasoft and Datamost