This is the only one of the ten tracks that I have a 'Records screen' picture for. When choosing to save a replay, I thought the replay time would show up on the 'Records' screen, even if I shut off the game, and came back later. I found out last moment unfortunately, that even if the replay is saved, it will not show up in the 'Records' section of the Time Trial menu, if you come back to the game later. Thankfully, I have saved memory card files for the replays, which show both my initials, and my time. Sorry for the text! I just wanted to make it clear why all subsequent GT3 submissions of mine will only have the first picture! Thanks! :)
Cool! I wasn't aware that they made a silver variant of the early model.
I have always really liked those PSOne portable screens. Yes, here!
Nice job, Rob! I am doing some runs tonight! Hopefully we will have a casual competition again lol. Yes on all these GT3 posts.
Is that a custom PS2 case? It looks part black / silver. Regardless, nice job - I love Burnout 3 especially. YES here.
Yes on all these Atari scores!! :)
Yes, here! Very impressive!
Very nice job, well done!!
Well done, YES from me!
What kind of game is this? Looks kind of like Amidar, or Qix from your screenshots :)
Little bit of an unpleasant game to play - the planes manouever like glaciers. Very very tedious.
Thanks! Steve Cartwright made a lot of stellar games for Activision
Thank you, sir!
Insane. YES from me! :)
Yes here, Mark! Really entertaining version of Space Invaders, definitely plays better than the port we originally got on the system. :)
Never heard of this one! Yes here!
New PB! :)
Pictures were a little dark - the best I could do, unfortunately...
I hope everybody is well! I've had a long hiatus!
It seems my past score has been beaten 2 times in very quick succession! Nice work, bud!
Damn, Mark! Congrats - that's a great score. All my stuff is packed up for a move right now, otherwise i'd still be throwing up some Atari stuff. Truly a great run!
Updating my PB. Played on Harmony Cart. :)
Yes on all! :)
Thanks, Bamse! :)
Thank you, as always Mark!
I appreciate it!
The top screen doesn't show any enemies, because i think i took the picture just as it was converting back to the 'title screen'. I think i caught it on one of its last frames, actually.
I was able to really improve, so i reposted this score. :)
I apologize for the lower quality on the second image - it was a real pain to get a picture of the white text on the black background on my TV. I included it to show it was played on real hardware on an Everdrive N8. Thanks! :)
Its great! Although, I here that there does exist better versions of it. I've been trying to find an actual cart for quite a bit of time.
That reminds me! I still need to dig some of my carts out of storage! I love Chetiry, but I still think I like 'Edtris' slightly more - even though that's a slightly controversial opinion lol :) YES here, of course!
This one still has its original 72-pin connector working, which is a miracle as its serial number is in the 700,000s. Somehow it never saw much use, despite being a really early motherboard revision-4 model. I've had horrible luck with the 'grey box' NES consoles - I have gone through two of these prior. I'm thinking of either getting a top-loader like you mentioned, or maybe splurging on a Famicom Duo, and buying an NES adaptor.
I actually bought one partly for those reasons! I barely need to remove the cartridge anymore - puts a lot less strain on the connector, and less moisture on the pins, haha
Really simple style of gameplay, but definitely worth checking out! Its supposedly designed around the obscure arcade game 'Space Zap', but i've never had a chance to play that - so i don't know how it compares.:)
Thanks! I popped it open and found out that the main 2200uF cap had failed - very cheap repair, cost me about 1.50$ for the part. I soldered that in, and took a look at the chipset - found out that the RIOT had a really corroded PB7 pin, so I replaced that, as well as the TIA and CPU for good measure. Hopefully the dang thing is pretty future proofed now!
Played on an Everdrive N8.
Finally repaired my light-sixer! Hoping to get some more 2600 scores up after a brief hiatus!
Thank you, your score was very difficult to compete with - it took me a very long time to improve to anywhere near what you had posted. It is a very difficult game. It took me quite a long time to figure out the way to do the 'cannon stage'. I appreciate you checking in on this. Have a nice weekend!
I've had the same issue with Acid Drop - every other NTSC conversion i've seen has worked, but i've never been able to get that one to show up on screen correctly via my Harmony cart. Did you ever end up finding a way to get it to work? Sorry for late response!
Yes, on all - bud!!
Yes from me! I have been told that the Atari Flashback 2 is better to get than the first one, because it has exclusives. Is it still worth trying to pick up the original flashback too?
I've done a Novice/B run - but I won't be able to do any Expert/A stuff until I get an external camera haha. Once I can figure that out, i'd be happy to! Currently waiting on a new chipset for the light-sixer too, hoping to get that up and running again!! Cheers!
Yes, here - Rob!!!
Yes, here! :)
Crazy good score! Yes, here!
Much appreciated, Mark!
Its kind of like a weird combination of Frogger + Q*bert, that's the only way I can think of describing it lol. You should definitely get your hands on a copy!!
Updating my PB - probably my favorite game on the console!
Yes on this, I have always been curious about this cart!
Hey Mark, I think this might be in the wrong category!
I think I might have to give this a shot soon!
Yes from me!
Nice! That's a hard game, even on Novice! Yes, here!
Updating PB - this is a super-old homebrew, ROM is available via Atariage's 2600 homebrew list.
I can back that up - the computer can be very difficult. Yes on all!
The ROM for this one is available on this thread on the Atariage forum:
The final release is titled 'antsfinal.bas.bin'.
Many of these more 'obscure' titles I have discovered through a resource called 'The Most Comprehensive Atari 2600 Homebrew List'. It was posted by a well known Atariage member, and can be found here :
This list is a giant excel document, and there are links with every title on there to where the ROM is available for the games. The ones that did have a commercial release often include the original release's price next to them, and if the item is still available on the site, the link should direct you to where you can buy them. Keep in mind that a lot of the games that were originally sold commercially on that list, are now available for free download provided by the author - Chunkout 2600 is a good example.
A final version of this one was released in full on the Atariage forums by the same author as Bifrost. The link to that discussion is:
The final release is titled '1775_v2.bin'
I will start including the link on where to find these!
The author of this one recently released a final version of the ROM of this one on the recently edited first post of this thread:
The score on the right is the correct score - when a game over happens, the game immediately reverts to a demo mode. This is the same for all 3 UA Limited protos.
The score on the left is the score generated by the demo that plays immediately after the game over. The right score is the correct one.
Its always such a pain taking pictures of scores on all-black CRT screens - had to mess around with the brightness settings for like 15 minutes before it became legible haha
Not the best of games.
Awesome - I'll see about setting up an account on there soon, when i see a game that I think warrants being added to the list, i'll try to throw it on there, when I can. I imagine that we are only adding 100% original games, and not protos or repros?
That's the same thing that happened with me - I randomly stumbled across his podcast when looking up video footage of homebrews, and I came across the show! Wall-Jump Ninja is so fluid - it really does feel like a modern flash game.
I had found it in Atarimania's 2600 game database:
It is also in Romhunter's 'complete' ROM collection on the same site:
Atarimania is a great resource for this type of thing! Their site is truly as comprehensive as it gets!
Yes, here! Welcome to HS!
Yes here, bud!
Difficulty switches do no effect gameplay in this title. A difficulty is selected via the Select switch before the game starts. The default is 'Normal'. Thanks!
Looks like I seem to have cut the very top inch of my TV off. Thankfully, there is no info on the screen there. This game was played with B/B settings, as that was what I saw all prior submissions use. If an 'A' setting is used the white text 'LAVA' or 'HARD' will be in green. Great game, has an awesome speed to it.
Oh wow, I had no idea that was the case! I had always thought Klax was the last commerical release on he console. Its a shame that this isn't that good of a game - it tried a neat concept though! Thanks for the yes vote, Mark!
Voting yes for all!
Thanks very much, Mark!
I had originally heard of this game in reference to 'FlapPing' - I think it was called that ... FlapPing and this game are pretty much Atari 2600 versions of the popular mobile games 'Copter Command' and 'Flappy Bird'.
I didn't find this rom on atariage, and only was able to find a copy at this obscure homebrew site:
Luckily, when i searched it here to see if anybody had added it, they already had!
Fun little game!
Yes, from me!
Yes from me, bud!
haha true, every time I thought I had the power-up symbols memorized, I would slip up and misuse them
Cool! I love Pengo, i've only ever played the 2600 version, and the arcade version via MAME. Never played the C64 version! Yes, here!
Updating my PB! One of the best homebrews i've played! Super challenging, but just challenging enough!
This was a lot more difficult of a game than I had expected - a lot of fun, though!
The first of many more this year, I hope! I hope you had a nice New Years, Rob! Thanks!
Appreciated, Mark! Happy New Years to you , too!
Thanks so much, bud! I hope you have a happy New Year as well!
I've never even heard of this 'Atari Vault' until today! I imagine it is some kind of compilation? Yes, btw!
Thanks, as always, Rob! Really awesome game.
This one was actually a recently discovered prototype, from what I understand - there was an Odyssey 2 version that was actually released, which i think has an extra screen. If you have a Harmony Cartridge, or are able to get one of the limited released cartridges that were re-produced, i'd recommend it. Its a lot of fun!
Ignore the 'Novice B' designation on the card - difficulty switches do not have an effect, and it was added out of force of habit! Thanks!
Nice! I found this game to have quite a steep difficulty curve. Yes on all!
Thank you very much, Rob!
Appreciated, thank you!
Haha - i think that may be a running theme with many of Jeff's 8-bit computer games
Yes, here! I don't understand the 'no' vote - everything that should be here, is here.
I've never seen this particular LCD handheld before. Yes from a fellow canuck!
I love that TV / monitor - very unique design. Yes from me!
I've been wanting to get that for a while now! I've played most of the versions available for PC, but i've never had a chance to grab that one yet!
Thank you, Bamse!
Definitely - I like the look and overall selection of the N64's racing games than a lot of the other earlier 3D consoles. Thank you for the votes!
I still can't decide if I like this game or not haha - its an okay enough little time-killer though! Yes from me!
That is an interesting little TV - what are its dimensions? Reminds me of a small portable DVD player I had a while back. Yes, on all btw!
Yes from me! Kind of reminds me of Sin and Punishment. This one has a nice aesthetic to it, i've always appreciated scrolling shooters, but i can't play them very well, haha
Difficulty settings are at beginning of video.
Thank you, Bamse!!
Thank you! To you and your family as well!
Part 1 - 62,100 (First Clear, Stage 27, 16 Lives) [58:13]Part 2 - 118,900 (First Clear, Stage 41, 18 Lives) [56:55]Part 3 - 172,600 (First Clear, Stage 57, 17 Lives) [55:12]FIRST end screen visible at: [36:45] of Part 4.Part 4 - 229,600 (1st/2nd Clear, Stage 11, 12 Lives) [53:55]Part 5 - 284,400 (Second Clear, Stage 34, 14 Lives) [56:27]SECOND end screen visible at: [53:35] of Part 6.Part 6 - 348,000 (FINAL SCORE, 15 Lives) [56:08]
Yes, here - no doubt!
Phenomenal job! Yes on all from me!
Yes on all!
SUPER good score - yes, here!
This is a great score! Voted yes in all. I hope you have a nice Christmas as well!
Final score visible at 5:30 .
Final score visible at 12:45 .
Oh, wow - I didn't even notice that, i'm going to have to do runs for 'Easy' and 'Lethal' category now.
I use an old CRT tv that has a built in VCR. It has video-in / video-out, so I plug my Nintendo in, and then plug another AV cord in that goes to my Elgato Game Capture HD.
If you can find an old tv with a VCR player built in, it makes recording the really old games a whole lot easier!
How many are there, even? I have Nintendo's 'Pinball', and this one - but i've heard there was also a cartridge called 'High Speed', which I think is a similar kind of thing to this one, being a conversion of a real machine.
Final score visible at 8:30 .Run was on 'Hard' difficulty, which in this game is the default setting.
You should give it a go! You'd definitely blow me out of the water haha - i don't usually play pinball type stuff, but this one was really fun - i picked it up for a couple dollars a while back!
Hey Mark, it is a super fun game - really addictive puzzle game. :)
Final score at 28:30 .
Yes on this!
Can't say I've played that port, but I can definitely attest to the sluggishness. I hate how Karnov takes forever to get back to earth when he jumps. He has waaaaaaay too much hang-time.
Score visible at 22:25 .
Addendum: I've noticed it is a little difficult to see the writing on my name tags. If you open the images in a new page, it makes it much easier to view the text. My account name is also always on the top left corner of my TV.
Final score at 13:45 . I used a similar strategy to the previous top score submission. This is almost exclusively a point-pressing run, but seeing as the game has a timer - I believe this to be okay. Thanks!
Thanks a bunch!
Thanks Rob, the only time you see the main score is upon beating bosses, and when you get a game-over. This is why I think it was decided to go with the 'coin score'. Unfortunately, from what I can tell, it was not released in PAL - which is a shame, because its really quite a well put together game. I think the graphics / cutscenes are especially nice. I would say its even worth giving it a chance via emulator, if you're into that!
Final score is visible during last minute of the video - I forgot the game didn't display the score on the title screen, so i had to go scramble for a camera, haha
Really fun game!
Hi! The scoring on this is a little unorthodox compared to some other NES games. It was chosen that the 'coin score' (score in bottom left of gameplay video -45:00) was to be used instead of the 'high score' (the one at the end of the video - 47:00). The picture I included of my set-up shows the 'high score' and not the 'coin score' because the coin score is not shown at the end of the video. The score of 140,300 was only provided to correlate my external pictures with my gameplay recording. I just wanted to clarify that, as I want to make clear that this is NOT a matter of mismatched scores. I'm sure if S.BAZ comes across this, that he would be able to confirm my above information. Thanks for reading this novel of a comment!
Nice! I had no idea this was on Game Boy! I was just playing the NES version the other day haha
Yes here, Mark!
Great job, Bamse!!!
I've got all the Wisdom Tree games, with the exception of Sunday Funday - I've found some Camerica stuff like 'Micro Machines' and the Quattro carts, but there's still a lot i'm missing from them. I find the AVE stuff pretty hard to find - although i've managed to come across stuff like Dudes with Attitude, Pyramid, Shock Wave, and Tiles of Fate without spending too much. Probably the rarest unlicensed cart I have currently is Master Chu and the Drunkard Hu, but its not like that's super rare. Did they re-release the other 2 Panesian adult games on NES, or just BBB?
Thanks, Mark! I only have a few right now - Skull and Crossbones, Klax, Alien Syndrome, Vindicators, and Rolling Thunder.
Didn't Mindscape publish a whole bunch of Tengen games under license? I remember there being a Pac-man and 720 Degrees cartridge too, although, I don't own those.
I've had a small focus on unlicensed carts for a little while now - I tend to pick them up whenever they come across my path.
Final score visible at 27:10
Agreed, as far as pre-built stuff goes MSI has always treated me great. This GX70 has been running over 15 hours a day for the last 6 years, and I've never had an issue!
True, I didn't even think of that haha
Amazing score! Yes here, Pearl!
Thanks Rob! I should be able to record most of the consoles I own now - only thing I can't get to consistantly work is Atari 2600, but I'm hoping to find a solution to that soon!
Final score is visible at 1:05:55 .
This game gets a bad rap in some circles - its really quite fun.
No idea why it is deciding to start playing at the 8 minute mark
Final score visible at 21:15 . Thanks!
Hahaha - thank you, Zero
Yes on all, Rob! Grand Prix is a super fun game
Nice going! Yes, here!!
YES from me - watched the whole vid. I see no reason to downvote this! Nice!
Thanks, Rob! I'm finding it harder than ever to find time recently haha
Yes from me!
Thanks, Darryl - i forgot to mention that!
Thanks! - I'm not quite sure if that applies the same way to difficulty 'B' or not, I know that in 'A' there can be differing time periods between control being given to the player, and the actual in-game timer counting down - from what I understand it can take as long as 5.5 seconds sometimes, but sometimes less. I imagine the same variable exists between both difficulties, I just don't think i've hit the sweet spot yet. I think the 54 in 'B' is probably easier to get than the 81 in 'A' - judging by the thread I saw on TG about it.
I appreciate the vote!
Very impressive, as always! Yes from me!
Killin' it! Yes from me!
YES on all, from me!
I look forward to what you will post next! Thank you for the vote, Rob!
Correct me if I'm wrong, but a 5.57 is the lowest time possible, right? I've heard that Activision originally estimated a lowest time of 5.54, but as far as I know that has never been replicated. Anyway, very impressive time! Definite yes from me!
Yes here, dude!
Already voted Yes!
Thanks for your votes!
What an insane time! Love it! YES vote here!
I know! When I bought it used, the previous owner had lost the disc, I had to hunt it down separately - it seems so superfluous haha
Difficulty switches have no effect in this game, the difficulty is instead manually selected prior to gameplay. Thanks!
It really is nice to be able to play on a big screen - makes it easier to document the scores, too! I probably play more GB/GBA stuff than GameCube stuff, so it was worth the little extra cash! Thanks for your vote, Rob!
Played on a Gamecube GameBoy Player. Thanks!
Yes for me!
Thank you, Evandro!
Hello, this game maxes out at 9,999 just like the Mythicon game Fire Fly. This is the max score, and the games does not roll over. The difficulty switches in this game have no effect. This was much more difficult to max-out than Fire Fly, but I found it to be a little less monotonous. Thanks!
Yes on all, bud!
Thank you, Rob!
I know, I was just a couple steps away! :P Thanks for your yes vote!
Yes on all!
That's right - as far as I know they are perfectly identical. I had used the Canadian Zellers release - this is a YES from me! Looks like i might have to get back to it in the future now!
Thank you all!
Yes here! I've only ever played the 2600 version - nice one!
Looks good to me! Yes of course, Rob!
Haha - certainly can't argue there!
Haven't even heard of this one! Yes from me!
Thanks so much!
I really like that game! Yes, here!
Apologies for the hideous couch haha - really fun game. Played on Harmony Encore.
Nice score! Yes on all for me!
That is a nice Gameboy model - Yes from me!
Thanks very much!!
I can't seem to get my pictures to orient reliably - they seem to be sporadically changing their angle upon photo submission! Apologies!
Thank you for the vote, Rob!
Played on a new Harmony Encore cart.
Nice one! Yes vote from me!
Yes vote, S.BAZ!
I give this a yes - I keep hoping i'll come across an Odyssey 2 at the flea market soon haha
Thank you - its one of my favorite games on the console!
Thank you, AA and omargeddon!
Hello! I have included multiple shots with a different background colour. In this game, when the controller stops receiving input for a short period of time, the background colour will change. I included a picture featuring the next enemy, (these will still spawn each screen even after maxing the score) - to further indicate active gameplay. The game stops counting score at 9,999 and does not roll over. Thanks!
I was surprised at the learning curve for it - definitely one of the more complicated games on the system! Thanks for checking in!
Many thanks, Bamse!
Thank you S.BAZ, it is quite the finicky game!
Thanks, I will take a look!
Thank you for the yes vote!
I currently have two of them - this one I found at a flea market - think I picked it up for $10. I think it is the easiest one to find, I also have the Chuck Norris Superkicks / Artillery Duel cart, and I think that one is a bit rarer! Ghost Manor is a super fun game though, very well made in my opinion! Thanks for the YES, Mark!
Thank you very much!
Yes by me, Bamse!
I appreciate the clarification S.Baz! I think the only chance I'll have of playing 2600 Gauntlet is on my Harmony cart. I doubt I'll come across one in the wild any time soon. Doesn't help the confusion that Dark Chambers was released later as the original Intellivision name 'Night Stalker' by Telegames haha. I will have to maybe grab a copy of 2600 Dark Chambers sometime! :)
Thank you, Mark!
Yes here! :)
Definitely a yes here, Mark! :)
I'm not sure that my message really constitutes 'begging', I certainly did not intend for it to appear as so. I am also very new here, so I will actually keep your point in mind.
YES from me!
YES from me! If you have some time, could you review my current VCS scores? Thanks!
Thank you both!
Thank you for the support Evandro, AA and Mark!
Yes from me! :)
Many thanks, AA!
There is a Dark Chambers released for Atari 2600 as well - I don't know if it is the 'same' game as the 7800 port though! Thank you for your vote! :)
Thank you to Rob and Bamse!
A yes from me! ?
Yes to all, Mark!
Yes here! If possible, would you be able to review my current VCS scores? Thanks!
Thank you! Much appreciated!
Yes for all!
Thanks for your support, Mark and Evandro!
Thank you! :)
2nd edit - so the difficulty switches do have an effect (whoops) but it looks as if the other submissions used Novice B settings, as that is at least what I see from the video for the highest score. I am surprised that this game has no Expert A category.
Please pardon the line on the card that says 'Novice B'. I added it out og habit - the difficulty switches have no effect in this game. Thanks!
I am voting yes! Nice score!
Yes to all!
Much appreciated, Evandro! :)
It is a French-Canadian bilingual cartridge - I think there are also versions for Boxing, Tennis, and Ice Hockey - although I have never seen those. There was a thread on Atariage a while back about adding them as another Activision cartridge style, but I don't think it ever got done.
Anyways, thanks for checking out my score nads!
Have you ever played it 2-player? I used to play it 2-player with a buddy of mine - definitely a great time! :) Thank you for the vote, Mark!
Yes! Me too- I was lost on how to work the trajectory at first, but once you get used to it, its pretty intuitive! I think it was one of the first releases after the original launch titles? And I agree - that wall seems quite intimidating, haha
Right on! How did you end up liking the game? Definitely a YES vote from me, haha
I think it is definitely the rarest the company put out - I believe I bought it online 3-4 years ago for around $20 canadian - its one of those quite rare games that are not very expensive. There's supposedly an even rarer cartridge shape variation, but other than the scan on Atariage, I have yet to see one. Thank you for the vote, btw!
Thank you, AA!
It is a fun little title! Thank you for the support, Rob! :)
Thank you! It is something special!
Very good score! And a very cool Sega product I have not seen before! Yes from me!
Thank you for the vote! I would recommend checking it out, it is quite a unique game on the VCS.
ooh very nice - I have been wanting one of those little screens for a while now! Nice score! YES here.
Nice job, a YES from me!
Yes, to all!
Yes here, Mike!
Repetitive! And very very much so! In my opinion, it may be the only 'bad' Activision game on 2600 - 3 enemies spawn per screen - but you start moving prior to them being able to attack. They always spawn evenly spaced so there is no change in strategy throughout the run. Basically, each time you start a new screen - f you shoot down, move right, shoot down, and then shoot diagonally right, you should be able to beat each successive screen without ever being hit. Don't get me wrong, it must take a lot of dedication to get the '!!!!!!!' score, you just might not have the most fun doing it haha
Haha - I barely scraped by! Thank you for the yes vote!
This game on this difficulty is probably the only thing other than Laser Blast that I'd have a chance at rolling right now, but I'm not sure I would want to sit for 7 hours to do that haha. Definitely some crazy endurance required with that one! :)
Appreciated, Mark! :)
You're right! I think it definitely could be something one could play indefinitely on this difficulty! Maybe one of these days I'll put some more practice in, and see if I can roll it over - i'm surprised the score rolls at only 9999. I appreciate your comment, thanks Rob! :)
Great score!! The stage music kind of reminds me of Super Monkey Ball's music! Anyways, YES from me! :)
Great score, great game! YES from me!
Thank you, AA! :)
YES from me! :)
YES for me! :)
Got you covered! Took a look at it a little earlier - and it was a YES!
Very nice! Looks like quite the peculiar game haha - YES from me!
Only ever played the N64 version of this - YES for me :)
YES to all! :)
Thank you, Mark and Bamse!
Yes to all, Ed!
That super nintendo looks like its seen a lot of use haha - great score, YES from me!
Very nice!!! YES for me!
Yeah, its definitely a peculiar one - I might just have to chock this one up to bit-goblins. :)
Thanks, Mark! I'm probably going to try to pick up another console soon myself - maybe a vader, or maybe i'll splurge a little bit and pick up a sunnyvale 6.
Well, I went to try to play CBS's Solar Fox cartridge - and my screen began to roll very rapidly - which isn't too unusual in itself - this kind of thing happens when you stumble across the occasional PAL cartridge, of course - but this was definitely an NTSC cart. So, I thought I might have a corrupted ROM or something, went to load Berzerk up, (which was working fine immediately before hand) and now none of my other cartridges work on that machine. Not only are they rolling hard, they're also extremely garbled up. This might sound ridiculously ignorant - but its almost as if i've somehow corrupted something in my machine -or, coincidentally something has just failed now. I am worried to pop that cartridge into my Model 1 Jr. now, haha. That's the gist of it, I've poked around Atariage, but wasn't able to find any info on this particular kind of scenario. Apologies for the wall of text. :)
Very nice! Yes for me! :)
My light-sixer crapped out on me the other day - faulty capacitor I think. Gonna have to pop it open this weekend. Nothing wrong with a model 1 junior though! :)
Very nice score! I vote YES - I wish I could find that cartridge myself :)
Thank you, Rob! :)
Thank you, Mark! :)
Great game, great score - YES for me :)
Yes, Mark! I felt it took forever haha. It was about 5 AM when I decided to call it quits. :)
No worries - YES for me!
Nice one! :) yes for me!
YES for all! :)
You really should! Its such a fun title - only thing it even remotely compares to gameplay-wise (that I can think of) is 'Reactor.' Thanks for checking out the score! :)
Thank you, AA and atari2600forever, appreciated!! :)
Nice score! YES for me! :)
Nice job, Mark! Yes for me! :)
Wow - thank you kindly for the very detailed response. Certainly points me in the right direction! Thanks so much! :)
Thanks, Mark!! :)
Thank you very much! :)
YES vote for me - only ever played the Intellivision Flashback and the Atari Flashback 2 - any 'hidden' games on the original Atari Flashback? I remember you had to enter some kind of code to access Warlords and Super Breakout on the 2nd flashback console. haha I'll stop rambling, good job!
Many thanks, Ivan! :)
I am voting YES! :)
Thank you, yes that's right - I'm very green still haha :)
YES on all - if you have time, could you take a look at my recent VCS scores? Many thanks! :)
Nice to see someone still rocking the first model DS! YES on all! :)
ditto - YES on all from me!
Yes on all Darrin :)
This is a YES, good sir
Whoa! Nice kiosk rig! Good score too, played this one on PS2 a while ago! YES for me
YES for all SBAZ!!
Yes for all!
You're getting a YES! :)
Here, have a YES vote! :)
This is a YES indeed!
Good job, Rob! YES from me! :)
YES - all!
I am giving a YES! :)
Really great arcade game - this is a YES vote! :)
YES for all! If you have a sec, could you vote on my recent VCS scores? Thanks!
I am voting YES - nice run!
Easily some of my favorite sound design in an 80s arcade game. This is YES for me!
Never even heard of this one, kind of looks like a more hectic Dig-Dug! Nice run, though! YES for me - check out my recent VCS scores if you have some time! Thanks! :)
Is it bad that I had no idea that Dizzy games were on the Spectrum? Nice score though, YES for me! :)
Will be a YES to all, good sir!
Oh wow, I love that display you have! Really hectic bullet-hell game, was enjoyable watch! If you have a moment, would you mind checking out my recent VCS scores? This is YES for me!
Nice job! :) YES for me! If you have a chance, could you take a glance at my current VCS scores? Thanks!
Good job, Mike! YES from me - if you get a chance could you take a look at my current VCS scores? Thanks!
YESSIR - that's a yes from me!
Is a YES for me - if you have a chance, could you take a look at my current VCS scores? Thanks! :)
Hey Mark, what's the best overall PC pinball collection out there? I was thinking about getting into some pinball casually. YES for me, btw!
Looks like a nice run! YES for me.
As others stated, it looks like the game can't perform math. Looks good to me, checks out. YES.
This is a YES
Yes for all, Mark!
YES - for me. Have you ever played 'Pure Pinball' on the original Xbox? One of the only pinball video games i've played. I think its an Xbox exclusive!
This is a YES for me! Good going.
Thank you, Mark!
For those not familiar with this title, the reason the temperature gauge and 'life counter' change between photos, is that the game reverts to a demo mode shortly after all lives are depleted. Thanks! :)
Nice score, i vote yes! :)
Very underrated cartridge - good job! Yes, for me.
Very nice - quite an achievment to roll H.E.R.O. YES for me!
Thanks for the support, everybody! :)