Mr. Scrabble and a couple of kids fall into a giant pumpkin to find an illiterate town within. Can they rescue these people from the evil Muddler?
In this episode we talk about what we’ve been up to, and what we’re planning. Rick has a Homebrew Highlight segment on the upcoming Jr. Pac-Man release from Intellivision Revolution. Rick also introduces a new segment called “Rick’s Hobby Projects”, this time discussing the Raspiboy. Cmart does a rundown / preview of all the Intellivision action that will be at the Portland Retro Gaming Expo 2017. And of course we have Feedback, News and plenty of George. If you’re an Intellivision fan and going to PRGE 2017 (and even if you’re not going), this is a must listen!
0:00:00 – TV on/off + George episode rundown
0:01:27 – Intellivisionaries Theme (Alternate Halloween Remix)
0:02:57 – Welcome
0:27:37 – George 1
0:28:42 – Dave Rolfe promo
0:28:54 – Feedback
0:50:30 – Forgotten Feedback?
0:55:39 – UK Mike promo
0:55:58 – George 2
0:56:55 – Naberhood promo
0:57:59 – Homebrew Highlight: Jr. Pac-Man
1:10:59 – RGR promo
1:11:16 – George 3
1:13:09 – The Channel F Files promo
1:13:28 – Rick’s Hobby Projects: Raspiboy
1:26:59 – Holiday Special Podcast – Halloween promo
1:29:12 – ’80 of the ’80s promo
1:30:08 – Ultimate Flashback promo
1:31:25 – News
2:03:26 – Activision for Intellivision TV commercial
2:03:55 – Intellivisionaries promo
2:04:03 – Ten Pence Arcade promo
2:04:18 – Ray Kaestner promo
2:04:28 – Intellivision Burgertime TV commercial
2:04:58 – PRGE 2017 rundown
2:16:29 – [vintage] McDonald’s Halloween TV commercial
2:16:59 – George 4 (extended)
2:19:00 – Portland robot talk?
2:19:43 – Wrap Up / “Treasured” by Paul ‘Nurmix’ Nurminen
2:31:00 – Outtakes
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Source:: CCCM – Clearinghouse
What’s it like to be “More Human Than Human”? It’s not just a company logo, it’s the plot of Blade Runner 2049. Join Carlos today at GeekFest Rants as he goes down the rabbit hole that is the world of Blade Runner.
The key players are all back including some unexpected surprises. How does Ryan Gosling measure up against Harrison Ford? Is this a worthy sequel?
Then we go shot by shot into the newest Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer. How much more new information can we gather from this latest infusion of Star Wars goodness?
Why hello! In this episode I discuss the Coleco game Time Pilot, based on the Konami arcade game of the same name. I hope that you enjoy it. Next time I’ll be talking about Armor Ambush by M Network. Have any thoughts on that game, or any others I’ve already covered? Please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. As always, thank you so much for listening. Please donate to Extra Life Charity if you can, Game Day is November 3-4! Time Pilot on Random Terrain Time Pilot on KLOV Video Games article about the Coleco Gemini Dec. 1983 Swear Gamer Time Pilot gameplay video 347 – Time Pilot review Brian’s Noise From The Basement web site Willie’s AtariCade 2600 series on Arcade USA Willie’s ABCs of Favorite Atari 2600 Games on Arcade USA Portland Retro Gaming Expo Charity Navigator site Holiday Special Podcast Our Brooklyn Bytes Podcast File Under Water 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:: 144 – Time Pilot by Coleco
Jim Schuyler, Founder of DesignWare Jim Schuyler was Founder of DesignWare. Founded in 1980, Designware created educational software that was published by other companies — including SRA, Xerox, and Spinnaker — as well as software that it published under its own label. Designware’s titles included Creature Creator, Grammar Examiner, Mission: Algebra, Spellicopter, and Trap-a-Zoid, among others. Jim programmed Story Machine himself, which was published by Spinnaker Software. Designware was acquired by PeachTree in 1984. In preparation for this interview, Jim wrote a seven-part article on his blog about DesignWare’s pre-history, story, and legacy. This interview took place on September 11, 2017. In it, we discuss Peter Rosenthal, David Seuss, and Bill Bowman, all of whom I previously interviewed. The intro and outro music is Confusion Reigns, composed by Jim Schuyler. “>A video version of this interview is also available. Peter Rosenthal interview David Seuss interview Bill Bowman interview AtariMania’s list of Designware software 1982 InfoWorld article about DesignWare 1983 InfoWorld interview with Jim 1984 PC Magazine Profile on Jim Jim on Twitter Jim’s compositions on SoundCloud
Next Week: Zool 2!
I was lucky enough to get away from it all for a bit and talk with my good pal Kevin Zerbe about the giant fire that’s currently giving us major trouble here in good old Santa Rosa. Usually the PP is fairly funny or at least we try to be but this time around we took it a bit more serious. This is basically a boots on the ground news report of what’s going on. I hope this helps to keep you a informed from a 1st hand perspective. My personal tale of escape is to follow on this week’s TRU RPT. This is just a more general “What’s going on over there” type thing..
Source:: PP Ep. 13 “Tubbs Fire”
There is a ghost haunting Centerville Chase. Will it drive the new owners from the home? Will it be feared at all? Does he actually need something from them?
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!