This is my additional video presented as a support to my opponent Snakeboy, during the Gold Medal Tournament Finals at Atari Age 2600 NEW HSC Season 6.
Road #8 starts at 10:10 mark. This video shows what happens after the conclusion of Road #8.
Big ship at the bottom proves it's Difficulty A
Scores and respective settings noted on my identification paper
I won and chose this Atari cartridge as part of Atari Age 2600 NEW High Score Club, by winning the Bonus Round (an event realized on September 8 to 11, 2017).
Jr. Pac-Man for 7800 ROM available at Atari Age 7800 HSC:
To activate Plus mode on this homebrew game, hold Player two fire button + Pause button during the title screen
Low score set since it's for first trophy.
To achieve this astronomical score, I used the grouping enemy food technique on Levels 1, 3, 7, 13 and 19.
Evidences presented to the moderator NIKON at Atari Age 7800 HSC Season 2017-2018, Round 6.
"Grouping enemy food" technique used during the gameplay footage.
YES vote from me by basing on 7800 All-Time High Score Club Records at Atari Age. Check out the following reference:
Trebor is the current record-breaker on Donkey Kong Standard at Atari Age 7800 High Score Club, with a score of 251,200 points.
Reference to check out and see the current standings after round 4:
The score displayed on the title screen refers to Expert Skill.
Best 5 scores at Atari Age 7800 HSC Season 2017-2018, Round 3, Centipede Expert Bonus:
Before voting NO, Nikon (the current moderator of 7800 HSC) considered my score believable!
successful run starts after 02:30 mark in the video presented above
Evidences available at Atari Age 2600 NEW HSC Season 6, Weeks 31-32
For 2600 NEW HSC Season 6, Week 30
WINNER: NADS (Peter Nadalin), with 490,950 points
Other evidences available in the following URL
For Atari Age 2600 NEW HSC Season 6, Weeks 24-25.
Final Score 7,485,360 points, visible at the end of this video. Rollovers occur at the following marks:
0:28:26 (1 million), 0:47:07 (2 million), 1:03:38 (3 million), 1:18:21 (4 million), 1:30:55 (5 million), 1:43:22 (6 million) and 1:55:44 (7 million).
I'm missing you, Paul Kearns (Kernzy).
Keep on gaming!
Now I have a copy of 2600 Asteroids. It's one of 2 cartridges which I won and chose by participating on all rounds of Atari Age 2600 HSC Season 2017. Space Invaders is another cartridge which I won and chose by winning the 2600 HSC Bonus Round, which was realized after the ending of regular rounds.
Settings adjusted to the following parameters on Blue MSX Emulator:
For this session I chose MSX as Machine Type.
Score at the ending of this video (33:18 mark).
Settings adjusted on Blue MSX Emulator in order to follow standard rules:
PLEASE, note that the speed of this MSX game decreases at the presence of too many objects on the screen (enemies and bombs) during this gameplay.
At the starting of video above, I showed the emulation speed.
For this session, I changed emulation speed to 120% just because the Video Frequency was adjusted to 50 Hz. For the next sessions of Blue MSX Emulator, I will adjust Video Frequency to 60 Hz and emulation speed to 100%.
Try the 7800 and 5200 versions of Ms. Pac-Man.
I'm very glad to see you back at Atari Age High Score Club, JIN. YES vote from me!
TOP 5 Rankings at the ending of 7800 HSC Season 2016-2017, which started with Ms. Pac-Man and ended with Asteroids / Asteroids Deluxe:
I vote NO on your score by excessive leeching.
I based on Twin Galaxies Reference Rules for NES GUN-NAC:
"There is a time limit of 1 minute to defeat easier bosses and 1 Minute and a half for more difficult bosses. This is to permit less experienced plays a fair chance to defeat the boss, and for all players alike, prevents leeching issues from arising."
According to my own consideration, the more difficult bosses are understand as the bosses which appear at the ending of each area / stage.
Thanks very much.
Rollovers occur at the following marks: 0:28:26 (1 million), 0:47:07 (2 million), 1:03:38 (3 million), 1:18:21 (4 million), 1:30:55 (5 million), 1:43:22 (6 million) and 1:55:44 (7 million).
Rolled The Score at 12:48 mark
Best run starts at 13:33 mark
Intermediate - 00:00 to 07:53 mark - 72140 points; Advanced - 07:54 to the end of this video - 45550 points (best run starts at 10:58 mark)
Omargeddon is the GOLD MEDALIST.
You deserve a special medal by keeping your joystick intact!!
I'm one of your friends on HighScore.com and Atari Age. YES vote from me!
Game 8 (Same as Game 4, but fast speed)
Difficulty BB - 21:26 to 22:58 - 1409 points (best run begins at 21:47 mark); Difficulty AA - 22:59 to 23:17 - 216 points
Game 7 (Same as Game 3, but fast speed)
Difficulty BB - 20:19 to 21:02 - 660 points; Difficulty AA - 21:08 to 21:23 - 95 points
Game 6 (Same as Game 2, but fast speed)
Difficulty BB - 18:34 to 19:49 - 1138 points; Difficulty AA - 19:55 to 20:14 - 207 points
Game 5 (Fast speed, dogies in the standard pattern)
Difficulty BB - 16:49 to 18:08 - 1623 points; Difficulty AA - 18:11 to 18:29 - 260 points
Game 4 (Slow speed, random appearance and dogies moving up and down)
Difficulty BB - 12:30 to 14:26 - 1623 points; Difficulty AA - 14:31 to 16:45 - 2307 points
Game 3 (Slow speed, random appearance of dogies)
Difficulty BB - 5:38 to 11:00 - 2910 points (best run begins at 7:46 mark); Difficulty AA - 11:01 to 12:22 - 1352 points
Game 2 (Slow speed, dogies in the standard pattern and moving up and down)
Difficulty BB - 0:05 to 2:59 - 3269 points; Difficulty AA - 3:02 to 5:34 - 2212 points
Game 2 (Slow speed, dogies in the standard pattern and moving up and down)
The required percentage to complete a wave in 5200 QIX proves it's SKILLED variation!
Before voting NO on my score, check out the last QIX contest at Atari Age 5200 HSC:
Video and statistical table provided for this score submission.
Presented to the Moderator S.BAZ at Atari Age 2600 NEW HSC.
SOOOO CLOSE, CLOSE, CLOSE to the current world record for this game, platform and variarion!
Try again, man! You deserved my YES vote by your merit!
NOTE TO USERS BEFORE VOTING:
Right Difficulty Switch set to B due to COLOR FORMAT, which is NTSC.
I play Atari 2600 games on NTSC60 Format mostly, so attention for this!
The person who are voting NO on my last scores are being extremely COWARD!!
Thanks very much, man!
I used TANK's technique to achieve this astronomical score. Here is the extract from Atari Age 5200 Regular High Score Club Season 5 / Round 20:
"Heres what works for me--5200 pacman's monsters are the most vicious ghosts out of all pacman ports (in my opinion) so i think of it as survival pac man lol. The goal is to survive until the 7th key. The 5th key, the 7th key and beyond the ghost never turn back to normal once you eat a power pill. You can run your score till it turns over and beyond. From cherry up to 5th key Dont worry about racking up points,eating monsters or eating fruit or keys....Just get past each screen clearing all the dots the best you can while surviving the onslaught of the 5200 ghosts.(...) Dont be distracted by fruit and eating ghost for racking up points and you will make it eventually to that 7th key."
DON'T BE COWARD BY VOTING NO!
This is the worst score possible which I set for this 2600 game (and variation) since it will result on me winning one more FIRST TROPHY!
This is the lowest score which I posted for Atari Age 5200 HSC Season 10, Round 8. At my own discretion video is not necessary for low scores.
Evidences presented to the Moderator ZYLON.
At Atari Age 5200 HSC, I'm required to post more evidences for great scores and new records.
Evidences presented to the Moderator S.BAZ
WINNER: NORTHCOASTGAMER - 1,000,000 (Record Setter)
2 gameplays recorded in the video above!
Video presented to the Moderator TOILETUNES
Winner and record setter: DAUBER - 67,510 POINTS
Video presented to the Moderator S.BAZ
Winner: KAERUYOJIMBO - 72 points
My final score for 2600 NEW HSC Season 6 Week 21 is 70 points
Evidences presented to the Moderator TOILETUNES.
Statistical table included for this submission.
The score rolls at 12:48 mark in the video above.
Score for Atari Age 2600 NEW HSC Season 6, Week 20. With video presented to the Moderator S.BAZ.
WINNER: Nads - 527,160 points (new HSC record)
Successful run starts at 1:37 mark.
YES vote from me, my friend JIN!
When you resume your participation at Atari Age 2600 NEW HSC Season 6, I want to see you making your effort to finish this season at least on the TOP 5!
Successful run starts at 10:00 mark in the video above.
Ms. Pac-Man USA version, 1 coin / 1 credit, 3 lives, bonus life at 10K, HARD difficulty and normal ghost names - options at 00:10 mark and final score visible at 14:07 mark - 87,750 points
Ms. Pac-Man USA version, 1 coin / 1 credit, 3 lives, bonus life at 10K, normal difficulty and normal ghost names - options at 00:03 and 13:53 mark, best run starts at 14:00 mark and final score visible at 31:18 mark - 100,000 points
Gameplay 1: Pac-Man USA version, 1 coin / 1 credit, 3 lives, bonus life at 10K, normal difficulty and normal ghost names - starts at 00:16 mark, options at 00:06 mark, best run begins at 11:53 mark and final score visible at 25:41 mark - 84,760 points
Gameplay 2: Pac-Man USA version, 1 coin / 1 credit, 3 lives, bonus life at 10K, HARD difficulty and normal ghost names - starts at 26:20 mark, options at 26:10 mark and final score visible at 37:53 mark - 60,630 points
Thanks mi amigo!
Intermediate (Skill 2) means level 5 as FIRST WAVE
Best run starts at 7:12 mark and best score visible at 11:48 mark
Wall Jump Ninja, Lead and Oystron ROMS are available at Atari Age 2600 High Score Club (Homebrew Contests are in progress, and will end on May 28th, 2017).
They're Homebrews for Atari 2600 to omargeddon try!
Settings, framerate and difficulty switches visible at the start of video above.
Best run starts at 3:02 mark and best score visible at 6:32 mark
Hard Play means 3 lives to start and bonus life every 14,000 points
Jr. Pac-Man Plus for Atari 7800 added on HighScore.com database (Skateboard level)
URL to find this ROM:
Requires right controller to activate PLUS mode - hold right player (Player 2) fire button + Pause button during the title screen.
Low score. YES vote from me mi amigo!
Users who voted NO are being extremely COWARD!!
Many Atari games I'm playing on NTSC Format (Framerate 60 which is the standard in North America). In my country (Brazil), the standard Framerate is 60 FPS (frequency 60 Hz).
Note to users before voting NO and choosing Rules:
Although the rules say "Both difficulty switches must be set to A position", I had to set Right Difficulty switch to B position due to Color Format (the Oystron Cartridge opened on Stella Emulator is NTSC FORMAT), and I usually set to NTSC Color to play Atari 2600 games. To set both difficulty switches to A position, I have to change Color Format to PAL (European Standard).
Gameplay 1 - Easy mode (5 starting lives and extra man every 10,000 points), starts at 00:09 mark, best run begins at 13:14 mark, and best score 43,825 points visible at 19:00 mark
Gameplay 2 - Standard mode (4 starting lives and extra man every 12,000 points), starts at 24:45 mark, final score 34,892 points visible at 28:17 mark
I'm trying to destroy your scores on ColecoVision games (COLEM Emulator).
Just to let you know, I'm using COLEM Emulator for Windows PC to play ColecoVision games.
I feel your pain about your Atari 2600 / VCS Console by reading your statement at Atari Age 2600 HSC (Crystal Castles contest).
Have you ever used your Coleco Gemini Console, which you won in 2015 from HighScore.com Official Contest?
Skill 1 means 5 starting lives and Easy Play.
Rolled The Score 2 times - at 33:42 and 55:00 marks
Game 2 means 4 starting lives - 1 in action and 3 in reserve
Game 1 means 5 starting lives - 1 in action and 4 in reserve
Game 3 means 3 starting lives - 1 in action and 2 in reserve
IN THE VIDEO ABOVE:
Gameplay 1 - Skill 1 (Sector 01), final score 53,976 points, starts at 00:03 mark and game over at 27:03
Gameplay 2 - Skill 2 (Sector 05), final score 25,300 points, starts at 27:22 mark and game over at 42:05
Gameplay 3 - Skill 3 (Sector 10), final score 12,862 points, starts at 42:17 mark and game over at 47:57
USERS WHO VOTE NO AND CHOSE VIDEO DESIRED WILL BE CONSIDERED VERY COWARD!
This is the LOWEST SCORE which I posted at Atari Age 5200 High Score Club Season 10, Round 7, moderated by Zylon.
413,715 Northcoastgamer (RECORD SETTER AND WINNER) +11
249,747 sdamon +10
220,382 eegt97 +9
133,473 jblenkle +8
17,801 atariron82 +7
1,850 RangerG +6
195 oyamafamily +5
Score posted at Atari Age 2600 NEW HSC Season 6, Week 16 (Crystal Castles Contest).
Before voting NO on my score and choosing video desired, here is the official leaderboard updated by S.BAZ, from the top until my final score. With my bad performance on this 2600 game, I decreased my amount of points away from the 2nd place (JIN) on Season 6 Rankings after the Crystal Castles contest.
1. 228,783 RJ +25
2. 152,016 Vocelli +24+1
3. 138,560 Jin +23+5
4. 127,770 nads +22
5. 110,790 classicgamer_27330 +21
6. 86,632 Mister-VCS +20
7. 78,039 TheHoboInYourRoom +19+1
8. 28,765 S.BAZ +18+1
9. 68,426 KaeruYojimbo +17+1
10. 59,253 darthkur +16+1
11. 58,339 snakeboy +15+1
12. 55,773 oyamafamily +14+3
Score posted at Atari Age 2600 NEW HSC Season 6, Week 16 (Crystal Castle Contest).
With video presented to the Moderator S.BAZ.
Score posted at Atari Age 2600 NEW HSC Season 6, Weeks 14 and 15 (Cartoon Weeks).
Score posted at Atari Age 2600 NEW HSC Season 6, Weeks 14 and 15 (Cartoon Weeks). The score registered for this submission here is the peak score presented at the end of video above.
DETAILS OF GAMEPLAY FOOTAGE, PRESENTED TO THE MODERATOR S.BAZ:
00:00 to 07:36 - Unsuccessful performances
07:36 - Opening of Level 1. At this point, the 1-Million successful run starts
09:57 - Opening of Level 2 at the score 004900
14:23 - Opening of Level 3 at the score 037500
17:03 - Opening of Level 4 at the score 061800
20:02 - Opening of Level 5 at the score 098200
25:55 - Opening of Level 6 at the score 204200
31:50 - Opening of Level 7 at the score 332000
39:26 - Opening of Level 8 (passage 1) at the score 513300
42:59 - Opening of Level 8 (passage 2) at the score 597300
46:22 - Opening of Level 8 (passage 3) at the score 676500
49:32 - Opening of Level 8 (passage 4) at the score 759700
52:36 - Opening of Level 8 (passage 5) at the score 850100
55:32 - Opening of Level 8 (passage 6) at the score 927700
Final score posted at Atari Age 7800 High Score Club 2017 (Bonus Game on Pole Position II Contest), played via CONSOLE (in one of 2 photos you see my 2600 Pole Position cartridge). Check out this thread for more infos:
WINNER: NORTHCOASTGAMER (74,100 on Seaside Track for 7800, and 60,860 on 2600 Bonus)
From the top to bottom:
Score, settings and date achieved noted on my identification paper.
Now I have a copy of Kangaroo for 2600, made in Brazil by POLYVOX in Silver Label (with the title "CANGURU" in Portuguese). I inserted this cartridge on my 7800 ProSystem Console to play a little, using my Edladdin Super 78 Joystick.
POLYVOX was a Gradiente subsidiary company which manufactured electronic equipments, including sound system (radio / cassette recorder / vinyl player) and Atari 2600 console.
OH NO! The trolls are hungry
But I reserved a YES vote to JIN.
7800 HSC Record for Centipede Standard at Atari Age: 296,330 by Shawn Sr.
YES vote from me, JIN.
At 7800 HSC 2017, I decided to get closer to your score on Xevious Advanced (approximately 210,000) and then DIE, letting you win therefore.
I'm missing you!!
I tried to score more than my previous one (3,111), but because of my "mental blocking" (situations which I cannot avoid, like cheap deaths), I decided to concede the highest score to YOU at 2600 NEW HSC Season 6 / Week 13!
You deserve your own victory on this Paddle Game!
Gameplay 1 - Game 1BB, final score 15,075 (starts at 00:13 mark and game over at 05:00 mark)
Gameplay 2 - Game 1AA, final score 12,775 (starts at 05:14 mark and game over at 09:51 mark)
Framerate changed to 60 FPS on Stella Emulator although this game is on PAL Format. The framerates which I CAN USE for emulators in general are 50 and 60 FPS, which correspond to nominal frequencies (50/60 Hz, depending on the country / region of the world).
As atari2600forever (our German member on this site) said, "Space Robot is the same as Robot Fight...(like Missile Command)"
Check out my current rankings at Atari Age High Score Clubs 2017:
5200 - http://atariage.com/forums/topic/261895-5200-hsc-season-10-standings/
2600 - http://atariage.com/forums/topic/264548-season-6-the-new-hsc-week-13-encounter-at-l-5/
7800 - http://atariage.com/forums/topic/264448-2017hsc-round-9-xevious/
Because in some occasions, I prefer posting small scores here without worring with my World Ranking.
But this year my goal is to finish the Season 2017 on the 1st place at Atari Age High Score Club, at least in one of two categories - 2600 and 7800.
And for Atari Age High Score Club, category 5200, I'm not worring with my current Ranking.
I set the lowest score possible for this 5200 game since it will result on me winning the FIRST TROPHY.
I set the extremely low score for this 5200 game since it will result on me winning the FIRST TROPHY.
Low score since it will result on me winning the FIRST TROPHY for this game and category, so I avoided videos.
This is the worst score possible which I set for this 5200 game (and variation) since it will result on me winning the FIRST TROPHY.
Final score visible at 10:53 mark
Used Altirra Emulator for 5200
Best run starts at 06:00 mark and final score visible at 22:32 mark
Used Altirra Emulator for this gameplay.
Used Altirra Emulator for 5200.
Final score visible at 07:46 mark
USERS WHO VOTE NO AGAINST THIS SCORE WILL BE CONSIDERED COWARD!
This is the worst score possible which I set for this 5200 game since it will result on me winning the FIRST TROPHY. Even less experienced players can crack my 5200 Xevious score easily, on Default Settings (Intermediate Skill).
Background graphics proves it's FUJI TRACK.
Score 200 points lower than I set recently on real system (72,650).
Warming-up gameplay before my participation at Atari Age 2600 NEW HSC Season 6, Week 13.
Score posted for Atari Age 2600 NEW HSC Season 6, Weeks 7 and 8 (Activision Sports Weeks). Please, check out this HSC thread:
Bonus score for Atari Age 7800 HSC 2017, Round 8. Please, check out this thread:
In the video performance presented for Atari Age 2600 NEW HSC Season 6 / Week 9, I lost the FIRST LIFE at the score of 6,900 points and 01:02 mark.
Score for Atari Age 2600 NEW HSC Season 6, Week 9 (Bronze Medalist Pick).
Tied the score of 999,999 points: me (oyamafamily), Nads, CapitanClassic, Vocelli and TheHoboInYourRoom
For this 2600 HSC Contest I was required to post the great package of evidences - picture, video and statistical tables (details of entire gameplay footage recorded in the video above).
Score posted at Atari Age 5200 Regular HSC Season 10 Round 5.
Please, check out this thread to see the best scores:
Also this score is lower than my own score obtained on real Atari 7800 - 70,850 points (HSC 2017).
Background graphics proves it's SEASIDE TRACK.
Before voting NO, this score is lower than the best ones for 7800 Pole Position 2 Seaside Track at Atari Age 7800 High Score Club:
This score was posted for Atari Age 7800 HSC 2017, Round 8 (NEW 7800 HSC Season 1). Before voting, the best score for 7800 Pole Posision 2 Seaside Track is now 74,100 points by NorthCoastGamer (Jeff Adkins), who will appear at 7800 HSC Records.
Score not difficult to someone surpass (including DB Cooper), so I avoided videos.
This is the worst score possible which I set for this 2600 game since it will result on me winning the FIRST TROPHY.
My best score obtained at Atari Age 2600 HSC Season 6 / Week 10 is 83,580 points. The winner was KEILBACA, with 114,280 points.
But be glad the valid TOP score is 1,356,200 by Shahbaz.
SOOOO CLOOOOSE to crack the TOP Worldwide score for this game and category, and earn the significant amount of bonus points therefore!
By looking at the graphics, you started at STRAWBERRY level.
Awesome score JIN!
Just to let you know, I play the original version of 2600 Centipede (1982) with the following controllers:
Try also GAME 16, Difficulty A on this game - it's more exciting!
Difficulty B on 2600 Asteroids makes this game more tedious due to the abscence of enemy ships. So, cracking the current TOP Worldwide score for this game, variation and category by a narrow margin is the best solution.
I want to see you playing 2600 Asteroids on Game 4, Difficulty A!
TOP 3 scores on Asteroids Game 4-AA, played at Atari Age 2600 NEW HSC Season 6, Weeks 5-6 (Arcade Space Shooters)
And one more challenge for you - crack some of my Missile Command scores, obtained from emulation and console.
Now, I want to see you trying the 1-life modes on 2600 Chopper Command. These variations were added on this site database!
And just to be honest - on recent Moon Patrol Contest for Atari Age 2600 High Score Club, I played on Medium Skill Level and set both Difficulty Switches to A POSITION on Stella (Music ON and 3 moving speeds).
On my Stella Emulator, the Difficulty Switches have the following effects:
The Right Difficulty switch on 2600 Moon Patrol MUST be set before pressing "Reset Game" button to start a new game.
Settings and the respective score noted on my identification paper. Remember that Game 2 is the DEFAULT GAME MODE.
For this submission, I considered the score immediately before 1 million. And to reach this score, I used Gleen Case's trick after I scored 150,000 points in order to kill the Swirl in mid-air easily. If you want to review Gleen Case's tricks for Yars' Revenge, check out his evidences:
Settings and the respective score noted on my identification paper. On the same paper I made notes of my partial scores at the ending of every 10th wave (Waves 10, 20, 30 etc.).
POINTS TO CONSIDER:
OLD Season 6, Week 1 (ignore the Game variation): http://atariage.com/forums/topic/131107-hsc-season-6-week-1-defender/
NEW Season 3, Week 2 (Game 1-BB, advance to the page 6): http://atariage.com/forums/topic/222935-season-3-week-2-the-new-hsc-defender-game-1/
Omargeddon, NEVER turn on your console without a cartridge in order to conserve your 2600 system.
Since you are an Atari Age High Score Club Moderator (7800 category) and your legit rating is low for this score submission, what you should do is to show your system used with identification paper on your console (at Atari Age HSC, idenfication is optional, BUT recommended). My suggestion is to write the following:
Your username (MisterVCS)
Your settings used (Game 1-AA in this case)
Your final score (15,260 in this case)
Fat Axl is similar to 2600 Fast Food. Fire button is used to start a game only.
Use the joystick to move Axl across the screen eating burgers, tacos, pizza, etc. Avoid Slash and poodles. As you progress, the message "You're getting fatter" will appear across the screen.
I won this 7800 cartridge together with my last prize - Edladdin Super 78 joystick, which can also be used on Atari 2600-VCS console.
Settings and respective scores noted on my identification paper.
Presence of Teddy Bear near the score proves it's GAME 2 (Easy Skill, 5-digit score).
Abscence of Teddy Bear near the score proves it's GAME 1 (Normal Skill as Default, 6-digit score).
Used a POLYVOX cartridge to play this Activision game.
Thanks very much for your positive considerations
(Muito obrigado por suas considerações positivas)
Added a photo of my Enduro cartridge (Silver Label, manufactured in Manaus, Brazil), with Activision signature.
Difficulty AA (HARDEST Skill - only 10 shots collected on 1st screen, fastest speed of evil chopping mummy on 2nd screen, lamp turned OFF and fast moving wall on screens 3 and 4, and fast Dracula chasing you)
Video attached at Atari Age Forums:
Difficulty BB (Easy Skill - 25 shots required to complete the 1st screen, slowest speed of evil chopping mummy on 2nd screen, lamp turned ON and slow moving wall on screens 3 and 4, and slow Dracula chasing you on final screen)
Final score visible at 28:25 mark.
Added a photo which shows my Pole Position cartridges: the 7800 Pole Position Label and the 2600 Silver Label. For the 2600 version I used a POLYVOX product (one more cartridge working on my ProSystem VCS Console).
Settings at the starting of video above (running time 3:24).
Used Altirra Emulator for Atari 5200.
After I surpassed ED1475 score (103) for this variation, I decided to commit suicide immediately.
Looks like I surpassed S.BAZ by 1 POINT!
Omargeddon my friend - try Moon Patrol for the Atari 2600 (Difficulty A)
Try to crack all my scores on Activision Anthology for GBA Emulated!
Gameplay 1 - Medium and Difficulty BB (music OFF and 2 moving speeds), starts at 00:00 mark and game over at 04:28 mark, score 28,000 points
Gameplay 2 - Medium and Difficulty AA (music ON and 3 moving speeds), starts at 04:43 mark and game over at 11:47 mark, score 48,900 points
At my own discretion, video is necessary specially for scores which are enough to get 1st place World Ranking, or which are more difficult to someone reach. For scores which are easy to surpass (example - 4,000 points on Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man and Jr. Pac-Man for Arcade / MAME, normal difficulty), only picture is needed.
In some occasions, I'm forced to include statistical tables (details of gameplay which give extra clues for less experienced players) associated with gameply video footage. As an example, check out my 2-million Millipede score for 2600 emulated:
This score which I'm posting is just to pay tribute to Masaya Nakamura, who died on January 22nd, 2017. He was considered the "Pac-Man Dad".
I'm missing you, Adam!
Default game mode - NO options available on this 7800 game.
Fat Axl is the 7800 version of Fast Food. Score noted on my identification paper.
Statistical tables (details of gameplay recorded in the video above) included for this submission.
Yes vote from me. Laser Blast is boring and tedious at my own discretion.
I believe it's a troll. But what I want to say is each user is a fan of certain games. Omargeddon loves playing Mortal Kombat and Street Fighter, and I am a great fan of Pac-Man triology (Pac-Man / Ms. Pac-Man and Jr. Pac-Man). I don't resist on playing Pac-Man games.
2 gameplays in the video above:
Gameplay 1 - Apple, starts at 00:00 mark and game over at 11:41 mark, score 100,000 points
Gameplay 2 - Pretzel, starts at 11:55 mark and game over at 22:55 mark, score 92,820 points
YES from me. You are a supreme fan of Mortal Kombat!
YES from me JES.
YES vote from me.
I beat your Spider Fighter score (GBA Activision Anthology) by an extremely narrow margin (40 points) just to let you play this game again and crack my worldwide trophy.
Because my intention is to reserve opportunities to other users crack my worldwide scores like this, and consequently accumulate more user points on this site. In the case of Game 4 / Difficulty B on this 2600 title, I decided to post a reduced score here because I was the first person to post score and it will result on winning my FIRST trophy.
What would I mean to preserve the integrity of this site?
Provide more detailed evidences showing the hardware / emulator used, game variations chosen, complete gameplay videos and, eventually, statistical tables for scores which are extremely difficult to reach. Also, provide infos which describe the evidences (picture / video) and best tips for players who are not familiar with certain games.
As an example, I'm going to share my tips provided at Atari Age 2600 OLD High Score Club, Season 7 / Week 39 (Gopher), and resulted on winning 2 bonus points:
NOTE FROM ME BEFORE VOTING: My best score obtained for Game 16-BB at Atari Age 2600 NEW High Score Club (Season 6, Week 1), with my console, is 219,580 by me (oyamafamily). In order to preserve the integrity of this site, I AVOIDED posting my best personal score here (I decided to set my new score which is between 60,000 and 70,000 points for this submission here). Please, check out the following URL:
Background graphics on the screen proves it's FUJI TRACK.
Best score at Atari Age 7800 HSC: 74,400 points by Aftermac.
URL to check: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/140117-atari-7800-hsc-reloaded-round-12-pole-position-ii/
Background graphics on the screen proves it's SEASIDE TRACK.
NEW RECORD - 73,500 points by NORTHCOASTGAMER!
Check out the following URL, at Atari Age 7800 HSC:
Background graphics on the screen proves it's SUZUKA TRACK.
Current 7800 HSC Record: 54,560 points by Northcoastgamer
Check out the URL: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/210776-7800-hsc-season-6-game-1-pole-position-ii/
Background graphics on the screen proves it's TEST TRACK.
Current 7800 HSC Record: 74,750 points by me, Northcoastgamer and Aftermac
OF NOTE (2): For 2600 NEW HSC, I set Atardi's current record as a goal to beat this (almost 210,000 points), and I reached this objective. My 77,930-point score which I posted (and obtained when I was trying to break Atardi's record) is exclusive for this site.
This is the first score submitted for this game, variation and category, so I avoided videos.
This score is just to give a chance to other users crack my worldwide trophy.
OF NOTE: Since this score will result on winning one more FIRST trophy for Missile Command Game 4-BB via console, I AVOIDED entering my 339,605-point score which was destinated for Atari Age 2600 NEW High Score Club, Season 6 / Week 1, and enough to break the current record (almost 210,000 points by Atardi). I entered my lower score than I was able to do this in order to save the integrity of this site.
Score not difficult to someone beat, so I avoided videos.
Surpassed Bernard Larquey's score by a margin of 40 POINTS!
Score to give a chance to other users crack my worldwide trophy.
Although we are playing Missile Command at Atari Age for the new season of 2600 High Score Club, this score is exclusive for this site.
Settings and the respective score noted on my identification paper.
BEFORE VOTING NO:
1) For this submission I set lower score in order to give an opportunity to other users crack my worldwide trophy. This score will result on winning one more FIRST trophy.
2) The score registered on TEAM PLAY variation is the GREEN one located at the TOP center of screen (the sum of left player and right player scores).
Settings and the respective scores noted on my identification paper.
Statistical tables included for this submission.
I'm not a fan of Animes. I prefer Tokusatsu.
My TOP favorite Japanese series are Jaspion and Changeman.
And when the subject is Japanese music, I like ENKA songs (Yashiro Aki, Kawanaka Miyuki, Takamine Mieko, Misora Hibari etc.)
Check out my 2600 Dark Chambers gameplay video, recorded in 2013.
In the video above, I entered the following levels of interest (to omargeddon kill the curiosity):
Y (first passage) - 24:43
Z (first passage) - 25:19 - After you complete Level Z on Standard Course (Medium Skill), you will return to Level H, but the difficulty will increase to Advanced
H (second passage, advanced course) - 26:51
Y (second passage, advanced course) - 46:55
Z (second passage, advanced course) - 47:25
Your clues convinced me to vote YES on your score!
Great job, mi amigo!
After I surpassed Gleen Sampson (gsampson35) score for this variation (241,800 points), I comitted suicide immediately in order to give an opportunity to other users crack my score, which is now the new record.
I used the Defender cartridge made in Brazil by POLYVOX in Silver Label.
Dick Moreland, check out the topic dedicated to Atari 7800 Homebrews and Hacks at Atari Age:
With this reference, you can collect more and more ROMS for use on your Atari 7800 Emulation, including PacManPlus (Robert Decrescenzo) titles!
Hahaha, you beat my score! I want to see you and your family having fun together!
Bowling and Yars' Revenge were the last 2 cartridges which I bought in 2016 at Sydnei Games in Curitiba just to have more fun with my ProSystem Console.
Another Atari 2600 cartridge made in Brazil by POLYVOX in Silver Label, which is working fine on my 7800 ProSystem VCS Console and I used to play this game.
Score not difficult to beat, so minimum evidence posted.
Settings and respective scores noted on my identification paper. I decided to set my score during the gameplay in progress.
Used an Atari 2600 cartridge made in Brazil by POLYVOX in Silver Label, which is working fine on my 7800 ProSystem VCS Console
Added a photo of Easter Egg Screen - Hidden Programmer Credits (HSWWSH).
Settings and respective scores noted on my identification paper. Remember that Game 2 is DEFAULT SETTING.
Used an Atari 2600 cartridge made in Brazil by POLYVOX in Silver Label, which is working fine on my 7800 ProSystem VCS Console (by the way, Scottithgames guessed wrong - Brazilian cartridges made by POLYVOX are NTSC Color Format!)
Settings and respective scores noted on my identification paper. I decided to set my score during the gameplay in progress (Remember that Game 2 is DEFAULT SETTING).
Nice score. Try also Expert Skill for this 7800 title!
Just to let you know:
I always use KEYBOARD for emulation sessions (Mouse for Paddle Games).
For console sessions, Edladdin Super 78 Joystick mostly (Sega Master System for Pac-Man).
ATTENTION TO THE SPECIFIC RULES FOR THIS SUBMISSION:
While you are awarded an extra life every 20,000 points, your score attempt ENDS after you lose the first life. At this point, PAUSING IS MANDATORY unless your evidence is a video as presented above. If you submit a photo, pause the game and then take a screenshot of your score on the FIRST LIFE. [You pause gameplay through TV type switch on Atari 2600 VCS Console and Emulator, or PAUSE button on Atari 7800 ProSystem Console.]
If your evidence is a video, just provide infos as described above!
You don't need to collect all the presents (you are ALLOWED to skip the Hidden Bonus Stages just because presents are OPTIONAL). Also, you don't need to collect all remaining ice blocks to complete a stage.
Best score on the first life displayed at 0:03:15 mark.
First death occurs at 0:03:17 mark, on Level 9 and the score of 10,296 points.
The video above shows my Fastest Completion performance (Fastest Time to complete 128 levels and rescue Santa Claus). I rescued Santa in 2 hours, 13 minutes and 36 seconds (gameplay started at 0:00:04 mark and ended at 2:13:40 mark).
Score rolls at 17:56 mark.
Rollovers at the approximate times (I'm giving a clue to others):
100,000 - 0:12:37
200,000 - 0:26:57
300,000 - 0:40:18
400,000 - 0:54:24
500,000 - 1:08:40
600,000 - 1:24:33
Added a picture of my controller used for my 911,235-point session.
TIP: It's easier to protect 1 or 2 cities which are intact in the same side of screen and the antiballistic missiles, specially cities which are near the center. For me, the most confortable side to protect intact cities on later levels is RIGHT.
Settings and score written on my identification paper.
Controller used for this Prosystem VCS Console session: Sega Master System.
What controller are you using to play this 2600 game (just for curious), JES?
Currently I'm playing this game very well with my Edladdin Super 78 Joystick for my ProSystem VCS Console sessions (I won this joystick on 2016 Summer Contest realized here). And the 2600 Pac-Man I'm still playing very well with my Sega Master System controller.
Ih, my bad - I didn't explored the Twin Galaxies World Record for this title, variation and category.
177,480 by John P McAllister
Lower score: 31,300 by Rodrigo Lopes
Thanks very much, Bernard Larquey!
Each time DBCooper post a score which will result on winning the FIRST TROPHY, a good strategy is to set LOW scores and give a chance to others crack a worldwide, national, state or city trophy (JES, ILLSeaBass, pathebert, Larquey etc. for the case of Asteroids 1 Life for M.A.M.E.)
See some recent examples of low scores which resulted or will result on winning the FIRST Trophies:
1) Defender - Game 8 for Atari 2600 Emulated
2) Xmas Time for Atari 7800 Emulated
3) Ms. Pac-Man for SNES Emulated
Star of Honor Patch is almost impossible for me. The difficulty is brutal!
I'm able to unlock the Medal of Merit and Cross of Excellence patches.
An excellent reason to set your SUPER LOW score.
On Asteroids (One Life Only) for Arcade Emulation / M.A.M.E., your score is TOO HIGH for the FIRST TROPHY. What you should do for First Trophies is to set SUPER LOW scores - cncfreak set LOW scores to win a significant number of FIRST Trophies. Based on this consideration, I voted NO on your Asteroids score.
Final score at 4:33 mark. Let's celebrate Christmas with Stay Frosty 2!
I saved Santa Claus and now Mrs. Claus just to bring more happiness for us!
FIRST score for this game, category and variation, so I avoided videos.
Score to give a chance to others crack my worldwide trophies.
I saw the super low score set by ED1475, so I just passed 12,000 and immediately I comitted suicide to let other users crack my worldwide trophy. Sometimes I set scores which are lower than I am able to reach.
Evidences dedicated to all High Score users, all the children of the entire world, and Anthony Cabello / Lupita Cabello in special.
CHRISTMAS IS AWESOME!
Score for 1 bonus point at Atari Age LYNX HSC 2016-2017, Round 4.
Refers to SIDE CHALLENGE - play another version on KLAX (Atari 2600, Atari 7800, Arcade/MAME, NES etc.)
Maze layout proves it's MAZE 1. Voted YES!
Glad to see you posting scores here from your ProSystem VCS Console.
First Score for this game, variation and category. I'm setting low score because it will result on winning my FIRST TROPHY.
At my own discretion, video is necessary only for scores which are more difficult to beat / enough to get World Ranking Number 1.
Have you ever played Atari games on your Video Computer System Console?
Do you have any consoles in your house (just for curiosity)? I have 1 console which I won this year - Atari 7800 ProSystem VCS Console (2 systems in 1 - 2600 and 7800).
What emulator are you using for 2600? I'm using Stella as "default" emulator.
I voted YES on impulse without checking your evidence.
The reason - you TIED the TOP score of 53 by The Trickster.
Great score, Christian Keilback!
Try to beat at least one of my TOP scores on 2600 Pac-Man, obtained from my Atari Console:
For Jabato (Parts 1 and 2), I and other users need clues to find the completion time.
ED1475 is the person who obtained the 16,230-point score for this title, variation and category, using ColecoVision Expansion Module and Harmony Cartridge.
Settings for the respective score noted on my identification paper.
YES, it's right. For this title all the means of earning points are ACCEPTABLE.
Awesome score, Christian Keilback.
Try to surpass my scores on Missile Command, obtained from my Atari Console:
TIP: On later levels, protect at least 1 city on the right side, NEAR the center of screen, and the launching missile base (bottom center).
Best run starts at 4:06 mark in the video above.
Twin Galaxies TOP scores which I'm viewing for 7800 Pole Position II:
Test Track (easy): 74,750 (Frankie Cardulla et al.)
Fuji Track (medium): 75,000 (Frankie Cardulla)
Seaside Track (hard): 73,350 (Frankie Cardulla)
Suzuka Track (brutal): 42,660 (Brandon Y Y LeCroy)
Thanks very much, Peter Nadalin!
As a result of winning Bronze Medal Tournament, I won one more Atari cartridge to play on my Prosystem Console - DOUBLE DUNK.
MINIMUM DIFFERENCE between me and omargeddon (current record) - 100 points
Ah, you MUST collect a Raj Diamond for this variation.
Fat Axl is one of 2 cartridges for 7800 which I won in addition to Super 78 Edladdin Joystick, from the last competition realized here (2016 Summer Contests).
This score is to give a chance to others crack my Worldwide Trophy for future contests.
This video was presented for the First Edition of Activision Patches Summer Quest Contest, realized in 2015 at Atari Age.
Starting time (the moment I took control of Pitfall Harry): 00:09 mark
Ending time (the moment I finished this game): 13:18 mark
TOTAL TIME: 13:18 - 00:09 = 13 minutes and 9 seconds
SPECIAL RULES FOR SPEED RUN VARIATION:
(This variarion DOESN'T refer to Fastest Time to the perfect score of 199,000 points)
Time is measured in whole seconds. You can use the shortest path to complete this game, and ignore some Gold Bars.You must finish the game with the score LOWER than 199,000. To finish this game you MUST rescue Rhonda and Quickclaw.Timing begins the moment you take control of Harry and ends the moment you complete this game successfully.
Background graphics proves it's TEST TRACK.
Background graphics proves it's SUZUKA TRACK.
Video presented for Atari Age Bronze Medal Tournaments (Round 2) on NEW 2600 HSC Season 5 (submission format for HSC was POINTS).
SPECIAL RULES FOR 100% SPEED RUN VARIATION:
(Using Twin Galaxies Specific Rules as elementary reference)
Time is measured in whole seconds.You must finish the game with the perfect score of 199,000 (this variation is understood as FASTEST TIME TO 199,000 points).Timing begins the moment you take control of Harry and ends the moment you reach 199,000 points.
Starting time (the moment I took control of Pitfall Harry): 00:05 mark
Ending time (the moment Quickclaw is rescued and the score of 199,000 is displayed): 12:46 mark
TOTAL TIME: 12:46 - 00:05 = 12 minutes and 41 seconds
I want to see you respecting the following scores at the end of Levels listed below to prevent the point leeching for the next submission here on Default Variation (No Point Leeching as Default Rules):
WORLD 1-3: 75,000 (maximum score)
WORLD 2-3: 190,000 (maximum score)
WORLD 3-3: 315,000 (maximum score)
WORLD 4-3 (Final Stage): 500,000 (maximum score)
This order is to give a chance to other users beat the current record.
This is the first score submitted for this game, settings and category, so I avoided videos.
This score is just to give a chance to other players crack my worldwide trophy for future contests.
Before voting NO and video desired, I avoided posting my gameplay video on YouTube as part of Bronze Medal Tournament at Atari Age just to respect the copyright (Columbia Pictures), which is one of my responsibilities.
Score posted for Atari Age 7800 NEW HSC Season 1, Round 2.
With evidences presented to the Moderator MISTER-VCS.
7800 HSC TOP SCORE on Ninja Golf Normal: 201,030 points by atomickneedrop.
Try to beat my scores on NES Mario Bros. (Game A and Game B).
IN THIS OPTION a 999,999-point score can be posted freely, so MatthewFelix is allowed to submit this value.
Since this is Any Settings / Any Tactics, point-leeching / sit and shoot is allowed.
"Any Tactics" means you can leech the score, or sit and shoot freely.
On 7800 Desert Falcon, for example, you can shoot in the same place to score more points.
This score should be posted under "Any Settings / Any Tactics".
On this site database, there is a variation mentioned above.
It's Sears Video Arcade II console. Difficulty positions are visible via indicator lights.
Christian Keilback, congratulations on winning the Silver Medal at Atari Age 2600 NEW HSC Season 5!
While Season 6 of the NEW 2600 HSC doesn't start, post your scores here on many 2600 games. With your Harmony Cartridge, have fun much more!
I understood. For other Arcade/MAME scores I voted YES on your submissions.
IH, wrong evidence (it's NOT Reavers Run)!
I and other users need clues to see your final score.
I voted YES impulsively on your last submissions!
In the video above:
0:41:07 - 1 million
1:15:12 - 2 million
1:51:02 - 3 million
As you said at 2:11:05 mark, you score is 3,499,980 points.
I got closer to your score, man!
And SOOO CLOOOSE to the ending!
Because I'm the greatest Atari fan and lover - the games in general are more interesting than other systems.
Since I'm a retrogamer, I don't like modern videogame consoles (XBOX, WII etc.). Atari is my greatest preference.
My 2600 Pac-Man cartridge which I bought is black label with picture, model CX-2646.
The Sega Master System Controller I bought at Super Games (Center of Curitiba) on May 7th, 2016. Price: approximately R$ 50,00 (Real / R$ is the current monetary unit in Brazil).
And I bought on the same date 2600 Pac-Man original cartridge at Sebomania store (also in the center of Curitiba). Price: R$ 100,00.
These were minimum items to test my Atari 7800 Prosystem Console, which arrived at home on May 2nd, 2016.
Maybe on the next month, I will be more active to post more scores from Atari Console, which is more preferrable than emulation.
STRATEGY: To defend one of 2 buildings easily in this game and score more points therefore, try to let the enemies drop bombs in one of these buildings until the total destruction. I used this tactic to score more and more points.
Congratulations to Mister-VCS on being the new moderator of 7800 High Score Club at Atari Age, now 7800 NEW HSC!
Videos I will provide at Atari Age 7800 NEW HSC only for great scores, specially in case of victory or breaking a new record on MESS, EMU7800 or Prosystem Emulator.
For scores obtained on my Atari 7800 Prosystem Console, I will provide video only for new 7800 HSC Records (or tieing the current record).
Atari 2600 Hardwares can be:
I was just curious to see your machine. I Voted YES on all your Atari scores.
When I post new scores on 2600 Ghostbusters, I will submit picture only!
And I will avoid posting gameplay videos on YouTube just to respect the copyright, whose owner is Columbia Pictures Corporation for Ghostbusters.
GHOSTBUSTERS is my game for the First Round of Atari Age 2600 NEW HSC Season 5 Medal Bracket Tournament (Bronze Challenge).
I'm just trying to learn the mechanics of this game, which I NEVER played!
Before voting NO on my score, check out Ghostbusters Contest with closest attention at 2600 NEW HSC Regular Rounds (Season 5, Movie Weeks):
The specific variation of this game allows the use of cart-frying, so I used this feature exceptionally. By default on Stella Emulator, Backspace is the key to fry cartridge. On Atari Console, turn power off and on more rapidly!
Score to give chances to other users crack my worldwide trophy!
Small score to give chances to other users crack my Worldwide Trophy for the future Atari Contests.
Easy score to give a chance to other users crack my worldwide trophy for the future Atari Contests, so I avoided videos.
Score for Bonus at Atari Age 2600 NEW HSC Season 5, Week 33 (not 32 in the picture).
Final Scores for Atlantis II Bonus (points earned between parenthesis):
1. 364 Scrabbler15 (+6)
2. 320 KaeruYojimbo (+5)
3. 291 darthkur (+4)
4. 262 Lauren Tyler (+3)
4. 262 S.BAZ (+3)
6. 255 oyamafamily (+1)
7. 251 karokoenig (+1)
8. 248 Vocelli (+1)
9. 238 Ramses (+1)
For more infos:
YES, I do (for both questions).
Depending on the reputation level, I vote NO directly without checking carefully their scores and evidences (BlondeSurferGirl / FASHIONLANDGAL in special). And I believe fake users can vote against and attack users in the trust zone like you (Anthony), S.BAZ, Nads, Larcen Tyler and Mantalow.
For users in the trust zone, I vote YES and, in some occasions, type my comments / observations / considerations.
I'm playing by the standard rules (High Score and Atari Age High Score Clubs). At Atari Age HSCs, I'm using in the present the standard etiquette based on High Score (Identification in the picture / video).
I have the highest sense of humour!
Although my proficience level in Japanese is very low, I can understand by looking at the graphics of game!
You know I'm one of your friends!
Settings and scores written on a piece of identification paper.
For this submission, I avoided surpassing iamthefallen1's score just because I played only for fun and I had to turn on my console periodically.
Settings and new personal scores written on the piece of identification paper.
And see the example of more detailed evidences - my 7800 Dark Chambers score with video and statistical tables (details of gameplay recorded in the respective video).
With only photos submitted for this game, I think 99,900 is the valid score.
Video is the most effective evidence if you want to enter scores over the rollover. See 3 examples of valid scores over the rollover:
1) Journey Escape, 1,085,301 points by NorthCoastGamer (Difficulty B)
2) Spitfire Attack, 1,101,500 points by gsampson35 (Difficulty B)
3) Video Pinball, more than 3 million points by NorthCoastGamer (Difficulty B)
Are you Christophe your real name, Mantalow?
By the way, I vote YES on all your scores, except when you make mistakes (score doesn't match / incorrect categorization, variation or game title).
In the upper photo which shows your NES machine and cartridge, I can see your Atari console!
One of save states which I used on emulators are the savegames attached and provided by MORD on Post #13 from the topic "7800 HSC Season 4 - Game 14 Midnight Mutants". I did just to know the bosses, in special Boss 2 (Intermediate - aim at the skull's eye) and Final Boss (Doctor Evil), and find the clues to finish the game (rescue Grampa in the Pumpkins Area).
URL to check out and read with attention Mord's infos and clues for 7800 Midnight Mutants:
CLUE: Score 330,500 points at 33:40 mark. Life lost at 34:11 mark
SOOOOO CLOSE to get a new world record on this game / setting / category.
Have you ever seen Yars' Revenge gameplay video by Gleen Case?
Use Gleen Case's technique to identify the number of rollovers when you play Asteroids (Game 1) and Space Invaders (Game 1).
Great job, man!
Do you have your 2600 Missile Command cartridge? If yes, try to beat some of my scores obtained from my Atari 7800 Console.
Have you ever read the Atari 7800 Manuals?
Available at Atari Age:
According to the manual:
When the "Earth Shield" bar reaches zero status (totally black), all your reserve ships are automatically destroyed, and you will go to the last life consequently. So, it's the mechanics of this game.
I have the 2600 Pac-Man cartridge. It was the first game which I played with my Atari 7800 Prosystem Console which I won.
YES vote from me!
Continue playing much more Atari 7800 on your Prosystem, even after the end of these Summer Contests, specially Pac-Man Collection!
Score to give a chance to others crack my worldwide trophy during this Summer Contest and future Atari 2600 contests (The Trickster, S.BAZ, Peter Nadalin etc.)
ROM available at Atarimania website!
Speed up feature (Frameskip) used on VirtuaNES Emulator at the starting of gameplay and at the instant I completed a stage (transitions between levels) and I lost a Mr. Happyface (trasition between lives). Also I pressed Start button (Enter key) to skip the intermissions because I was in a hurry!
3 gameplays in one video, with Pac Booster OFF, Normal Difficulty and Arcade Maze:
Gameplay 1 - Cherries / Level 1, score 101,200 points, starts at 00:00 mark and game over at 13:14 mark
Gameplay 2 - Strawberry / Level 2, score 76,260 points, starts at 13:30 mark and game over at 23:54 mark
Gameplay 3 - Orange / Level 3, score 59,720 points, starts at 24:02 mark and game over at 32:23 mark
Speed up feature (Frameskip) used on VirtuaNES Emulator at the moment I completed a stage (transitions between levels) and I lost a Mr. Happyface (trasition between lives). Also I pressed Start button (Enter key) to skip the intermissions because I was in a hurry!
New score obtained on August 10th, 2016.
Setting AA (both difficulty switches on RIGHT position).
Default game variation (no smart cruise missiles).
Summer games is an excellent suggestion to play because of Olympic Games in progress (Rio de Janeiro 2016). If you have a cartridge, play it and post your score, doing your best on all events (swimming, platform diving, gymnastics etc.).
For the next time you post your scores on 7800 Dungeon Stalker, include a photo which shows the High Score Table screen, as presented below:
SOOOO CLOOOOOSE to surpass the current hi-score - 14,700!
Try Asteroids and Space Invaders Difficulty A/Expert - I set low scores on most game variations.
Play 2600 Kangaroo Advanced - 10,000 points is already enough to crack my worldwide trophy!
More 3 gameplays in one video, for Summer Contests:
Gameplay 1 - Game 10-BB, score 2890 points, starts at 00:00 mark and game over at 03:39 mark
Gameplay 2 - Game 11-BB, score 4350 points, starts at 03:46 mark and game over at 08:10 mark
Gameplay 3 - Game 12-BB, score 2535 points, starts at 08:15 mark, best run begins at 09:29 mark and game over at 12:15 mark
Video posted on Facebook:
2 gameplays in one video, which is VERY SHORT:
Gameplay 1 - Game 1-BB, score 670 points, starts at 0:00 mark and game over at 1:16 mark
Gameplay 2 - Game 1-AA, score 280 points, starts at 1:19 mark and game over at 2:08 mark
It's a TECHNOVISION product for Atari 2600!
Score to give a chance to others crack my worldwide trophy during this Summer Contest (The Trickster, S.BAZ, Peter Nadalin etc.)
2 gameplays in one video:
Gameplay 1 - Game 1, Difficulty BB (you can abort the current shoot and launch a new missile), score 55,000 points, starts at 00:00 mark and game over at 12:30 mark
Gameplay 2 - Game 1, Difficulty AA (you MUST wait the disappearance of current shot to launch a new missile), score 32,900 points, starts at 12:37 mark and game over at 19:20 mark
Score immediately before the Easter Egg Screen - Hidden Programmer Credits - visible at 41:30 mark
No, it's an Atari Age topic in which members can list the games played currently, and eventually present their evidences (photos / videos).
Short videos whose size is less than the 50 MB current limit per single file I'm posting directly at Atari Age Forums.
Atlantis II ROM for use on Stella Emulator and Harmony Cartridge available in the following URL:
Try to beay my score on 7800 Pole Position II Suzuka Track. It's the most difficult of 4 tracks - 44,000 points is already enough to crack my worldwide trophy.
I have the 2600 Pac-Man original cartridge!
Video of 2600 Forest gameplay available at Atari Age Forums, in the topic "What 2600 games are you playing right now?"
This score is just to give an opportunity to other players crack my worldwide trophy!
2 gameplays in one video
Gameplay 1 - Game 1BB, score 19,000 points, starts at 0:00 mark and final score visible at 6:28 mark
Gameplay 2 - Game 1AA, score 2,000 points, starts at 6:40 mark and final score visible at 7:48 mark (difficulty switches changed at 6:35 mark)
I'm very glad to see you in action!
GO, RYAN GENNO!
Fight bravely for Nintendo prize!
Have you ever watched The Three Stooges (series and films) on TV?
Good score. Try to beat my scores on other 5200 games.
By seeing the "Waiting on Votes" / "Highest Scores" section and choosing Atari Emulated Systems, you will find more opportunities to crack my worldwide trophies. If you have an Atari 2600 or 7800 console, DON'T miss these opportunities.
YES vote from me (you are NOT the leader on High Scores table)
After I finished successfully the Seaside race, I used Fast Forward feature on MESS Emulator because I was in a hurry to see the final score after the Time and Passing Bonus.
Successful run starts at 07:35 mark
5200 Countermeasure gameplay videos attached directly at Atari Age Forums, in the topic "What 5200 games are you playing right now?"
Battlezone, 0:03 to 3:32 mark, score 10,000 points obtained at 03:08 mark
Centipede, 3:33 to 8:17 mark, score 32,908 points obtained at 07:51 mark (sorry for entering the wrong letters as my initials - PFA instead of OYA)
Tempest, 8:22 mark until the end of this video, score 14,598 points obtained at 16:18 mark
For those of you who want a video, there's a complementary evidence attached directly at Atari Age Forums, in the topic "What 2600 games are you playing right now?":
Before voting NO, this score is just to give a chance to other players crack my worldwide trophy.
Nice score, Peter Nadalin!
I'm glad to see you playing Atari 7800 games for this Summer Competition. And I want to see you playing 7800 games much more!
By the way, Pole Position II Contest is open at Atari Age 7800 High Score Club. Since you are a member, take this opportunity to post your score (setting SEASIDE / TRACK 3) to earn a participation point at least. Contest will end on July 31st at 10.00 PM Eastern Time. Remember: post your score firstly at Atari Age High Score Clubs.
URL to visit: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/255010-7800-hsc-season-8-game-1718-pole-position-ii-astro-fighter/
Great job. I played this Colecovision game just to try to give an extra opportunity to crack my worldwide trophy for this Summer Contest.
Game 16, Setting BB - Difficulty Switches on LEFT position on Atari 7800 ProSystem Console.
New score obtained on July 27th, 2016.
Game 16, Setting AA - Difficulty Switches on RIGHT position on Atari 7800 ProSystem Console.
For the next scores, if accousticguitar don't follow our HighScore standard etiquette (identification in special), I will vote NO and choose Identification.
I want to see accousticguitar following my own standard etiquette to post scores from hardwares, based on the following example - Missile Command on Atari Console:
This score is just to give a chance to other players crack my worldwide trophy, including S.BAZ and Larquey!
TIP: Only green score is considered for this special submission.
More opportunities to Larquey crack my worldwide trophies on 7800 Astro Fighter!
Astro Fighter ROM for Atari 7800 Emulator is available at Atari Age 7800 HSC Contest:
Also available: Astro Fighter Manual on PDF file
This score is just to give a chance to other players crack my worldwide trophy!
Remember: for games whose score submission is NORMAL POINTS, I can use Speed UP/Fast Forward feature on emulators.
Level 1: 0:12 - 1:52 - 10560 points
Level 2: 2:00 - 3:33 - 12950 points
Level 3: 3:40 - 4:54 - 11800 points
Level 4: 4:59 - 6:08 - 11100 points
Level 5: 6:15 - 7:28 - 10240 points
Level 6: 7:31 - 8:22 - 10550 points
Level 7: 8:25 - 9:00 - 12090 points
"PACMANPLUS - The Arcade Experience"
Yes, it's true to the Original Arcade games. Robert Decrescenzo (aka PacManPlus) is the person who is programming many homebrews for Atari 7800 based on the original games from Arcade Platform.
Learn more PacManPlus titles for Atari 7800, visiting the following reference:
This score is just to give a chance to other players crack my worldwide trophy, including S.BAZ
This score is just to give a chance to other players crack my worldwide trophy, including S.BAZ!
Preliminary score for Atari Age 7800 High Score Club.
Low score to give chances to crack my worldwide trophy for this game and settings, including our High Score King (S.BAZ).
Your score is 67,180 points as I verified in the video above.
At 1,150 points, I decided to die and then try to give a chance to other players crack my worldwide trophy for this game and setting (S.BAZ, Peter Nadalin etc.).
Statistical table included for this submission (details of gameplay recorded in the video above).
At 1:04:44 mark in the video above, I hit F5 accidentally (Open ColEm Emulator Menu) when my intention is to press 5 key to turn the mouse into a dog.
And UNDERSTAND there are 2 versions of this game, according to Atarimania site:
"The later version (packaged with a b&w manual) fixes the infamous pole vault bug."
You exploited the Pole Vault glitch by exceeding 5.6 meters (Higher Pole Vaulting).
According to Twin Galaxies Official Rules for the 2600 Decathlon, the maximum entry for this event is 5.6 meters. Based on these rules, I voted NO.
Once you clear successfully a 5.6-meter height on Pole Vault event, PLEASE: miss the subsequent height all times until you enter the next event (Javelin).
00:00 - game starts (cats at slow speed, which mean Difficulty Switches on B Posision)
04:00 - score 1183
08:00 - score 2435
12:00 - score 3796
16:00 - score 5113
20:00 - score 6336
25:00 - score 7831
30:00 - score 9524
31:33 - score rolls over at 10,000 points
35:00 - score 10,953 (953 displayed)
40:00 - score 12,599 (2599 displayed)
44:50 - score 14,100 (4100 displayed). At this point, I decided to stop playing - this game is tedious for me with visible maze.
3 gameplays in one video presented above:
Game 3BB (Slow and Zig-Zagging Bombs, Fixed Shields and Small Player's Ship), score 5100 points, starts at 00:00 mark and game over at 05:25 mark
Game 4BB (Slow and Zig-Zagging Bombs, Moving Shields and Small Player's Ship), score 5200 points, starts at 05:31 mark, successful run starts at 06:33 mark and game over at 12:17 mark
Game 5BB (Fast and Vertical Bombs, Fixed Shields and Small Player's Ship), score 3260 points, starts at 12:21 mark, successful run starts at 17:27 mark and game over at 20:43 mark
Game 9BB (Invisible Invaders, Slow and Vertical Bombs, Fixed Shields and Small Player's Ship), score 4520 points, starts at 00:00 mark, successful run starts at 01:13 mark and game over at 05:42 mark
Game 8BB (Fast and Zig-Zagging Bombs, Moving Shields and Small Player's Ship), score 2180 points, starts at 05:52 mark, successful run starts at 20:21 mark and game over at 22:50 mark
Game 7BB (Fast and Zig-Zagging Bombs, Fixed Shields and Small Player's Ship), score 2465 points, starts at 22:56 mark, successful run starts at 39:36 mark and game over at 42:20 mark
Game 9BB (Invisible Invaders, Slow and Vertical Bombs, Fixed Shields and Small Player's Ship), score 4520 points, starts at 00:00 mark, successful run starts at 01:13 mark and game over at 05:42 markGame 8BB (Fast and Zig-Zagging Bombs, Moving Shields and Small Player's Ship), score 2180 points, starts at 05:52 mark, successful run starts at 20:21 mark and game over at 22:50 markGame 7BB (Fast and Zig-Zagging Bombs, Fixed Shields and Small Player's Ship), score 2465 points, starts at 22:56 mark, successful run starts at 39:36 mark and game over at 42:20 mar
The only tip which I'm able to give is watch my 2 Grand Prix gameplay videos (To unlock a patch for this game easily, I chose Game 4 - Monaco with 3 bridges, 2min30sec or less as required performance).
1) Grand Prix for Silver Medal Finals at Atari Age 2600 NEW HSC Season 3:
2) Grand Prix for the Activision Patches Summer Quest Contest 2015 at Atari Age (First Edition):
Of course I would NOT vote against your score. I would vote NO in the following situations:
Took me many attempts and resets to reach this score on Game 9, the most difficult variation of all.
Since this score resulted on the "FIRST" trophy, you should submit scores below 1,000 points for this Atari 2600 title, in order to let other users crack your worldwide trophy for special occasions, like 2016 Summer Contests in progress - Atary Systems.
Each time you post scores which will result on winning the "FIRST TROPHY" - please, post super low scores for games whose scoring format is points from highest to lowest. For times (lowest to higest), post the worst times as possible; otherwise I will vote NO on impulse.
Tied Peter Nadalin's score for this game and settings!
Default Skill Level is NOVICE.
Difficulty Switches on DEFAULT position (B/Novice) - cannons don't fire at player's ship.
Try to beat my scores on 2600 Missile Command (Console and Emulator)!
In this Summer Contest in progress, I cracked the first Worldwide Trophy from the game Missile Command on my Atari 7800 Prosystem Console.
And good to see you participating in this Summer Contest. Our prize will be a 2-button joystick (Edladdin Controller), for Atari 7800 Platform.
For the next time I post a new score on Bumper Bash (minimum of 55,230), I will provide a video.
To reach this score, I changed control scheme on Stella 4.7.2 Emulator for Windows PC:
There are easy scores which you can beat on Atari 2600 Emulated category and therefore crack my worldwide trophy:
To reach this score, I used the "extra car and special bonus points" technique: I avoided destroying any other cars on the first 4 levels.
Forgot to mention in the video above: successful run starts at 07:07 mark.
Score to give a chance to others crack my worldwide trophy during this Summer Contest (The Trickster, S.BAZ, Peter Nadalin etc.) for this game, variation and category.
Rolled The Score at 19:11 mark (100,000 points) and game stopped at 23:23 mark.
I decided to stop this gameplay without losing all my remaining lives just to give opportunities to other users crack my Worldwide Trophy during this Summer Contest (The Trickster, Peter Nadalin, S.BAZ etc.).
Successful run starts at 07:28 mark in the video above.
Rolled The Score at 17:03 mark (10,000 points) and game over at 17:07 mark
Gameplay 1 - Game 2BB, score 20,000 points, starts at 00:00 mark, game over at 15:13 mark and rollovers occur at 07:53 (10000 points) and 15:07 marks (20000 points)
Gameplay 2 - Game 1BB, score 20,000 points, starts at 15:20 mark, game over at 29:48 mark and rollovers occur at 22:25 (10000 points) and 29:47 marks (20000 points)
Reference to find the Galaxian Arcade ROM at Atari Age:
Score to give a chance to others crack my worldwide trophy during this Summer Contest.
Improvement, but this score is not enough to crack S.BAZ's Worldwide Trophy for this game, variation and category.
Thanks for your positive consideration!
3 gameplays in one video:
Gameplay 1 - Game 6, score 19,130 points, starts at 00:00 mark and game over at 12:50 mark
Gameplay 2 - Game 5, score 13,730 points, starts at 12:55 mark and game over at 21:44 mark
Gameplay 3 - Game 4, score 16,100 points, starts at 21:50 mark and game over at 32:14 mark
2 more gameplays in one video:
Gameplay 1 - Game 8, score 12,570 points, starts at 00:00 mark and game over at 08:14 mark
Gameplay 2 - Game 7, score 10,000 points, starts at 08:21 mark and game over at 14:41 mark
An opportunity which I gave specially to Peter Nadalin!
Before voting NO / Settings or video desired, I am avoiding videos for scores which are not enough to get a new World Record per game / variation / category.
Sorry for the flickering at the presence of EVIL OTTO; I forgot to enable Phosphor Mode on Stella 4.7.2 Emulator, and use Analog TV Effects feature!
One of easy scores which you can beat on Atari Systems to crack my Worldwide Trophy is 2600 Kangaroo Advanced Difficulty on Stella Emulator - 9,700 points. Just score 10,000 points which is enough.
Score for the 2016 Activision Patches Summer Quest Contest at Atari Age, with evidences presented to Retrogamer81081 (Keith Carlson).
Nice to see you, Ryan Genno!
I always write my real name in the evidences submitted here and at Atari Age High Score Clubs (picture / video).
Score for the 2016 Activision Patches Summer Quest Contest at Atari Age. At least I won the Chicken Foundation Patch, but since this score is not enough to crack NADS's worldwide trophy, I avoided videos just to save my time.
Huge score run starts at 0:01:12 mark in the video above.
I used my patterns based on Gleen Sampson's method to reach this astronomical score!
Score for the Activision Patches Summer Quest Contest Second Edition 2016 at Atari Age, with evidences presented to Retrogamer81081 (Keith Carlson).
I thought you played Pac-Man Collection for the Atari 7800!!
Voted YES - your potential to win a prize on Colecovision Contest is significant!
The High Score screen on the GBA Activision Anthology reads 300,000 points, so I entered as displayed on the bottom picture.
Remember that PAUSING IS MANDATORY just to show the current position of Difficulty Switches, which was adjusted to B for this gameplay - 4 seconds to touch Squid.
Score is 52,459 points, NOT 52,549 as I verified.
Game 16, Setting AA - Both difficulty switches on the RIGHT position (POS. " II ")
Fast Target Control, Wave 15, Slow Shots from the base and Smart Cruise Missiles
Game 16, Setting BB - Both difficulty switches on the LEFT position (POS. " I ")
Fast Target Control, Wave 15, Slow Shots from the base and Smart Cruise Missiles.
Fast Target Control, Wave 15 and Smart Cruise Missiles.
CORRECTION in the picture above: it's KITE start.
More 2 gameplays in the video above:
Game 1: Kite Start, score 45,790 points, starts at 00:00 mark and game over at 09:28 mark
Game 2: Drum Start, score 37,680 points, starts at 09:38 mark and game over at 17:19 mark
Sorry for the absence of audio on Balloon Run in the video above due to the sound out of synchronism.
More 3 gameplays in the video above:
Game 1: Train Start, score 32,830 points, starts at 00:00 mark and game over at 05:56 mark
Game 2: Cat Start, score 25,830 points, starts at 06:08 mark and game over at 10:52 mark
Game 3: Balloon Start, score 31,500 points, starts at 11:08 mark and game over at 17:37 mark
Arenafoot, there is an EASY score to crack my worldwide trophy - 1000 points on Chopper Command, Game 3 / Difficulty A (Atari 2600 Emulated). Beat this score immediately!!
Thanks. Do you have any Atari consoles at home (2600, 5200, 7800 etc.)?
I have an Atari 7800 Prosystem Console which I won from High Score Contest at the starting of April 2016. Currently I'm playing Pac-Man and Missile Command with original cartridges.
At least once a week, I'm turning on my 7800 Console.
Game 1: Teddy Bear Start, score 123,630 points, starts at 00:00 mark and game over at 19:11 mark
Game 2: Strawberry Start, score 51,460 points, starts at 19:23 mark and game over at 28:04 mark
Game 1: Orange Start, score 81,640 points, starts at 00:00 mark and game over at 11:01 mark
Game 2: Pretzel Start, score 67,550 points, starts at 11:11 mark and game over at 20:27 mark
At 100,000+ points, I decided to stop playing, and try to give an opportunity to other users to crack my worldwide trophy.
I used Glenn Sampson's method to reach this score.
Correction - crack a worldwide trophy
SOOOOO CLOOOOSE to track a Worldwide Trophy on 2600 Zaxxon!
Remember the Atari Contest on High Score has begun - Trophy Cracking Contest for many Atari Systems.
Wrong score by 100 POINTS.
The performance required for World Class Dragster Club patch is 6.00 seconds or less!
Voted YES by 2 special reasons:
- Performance not enough to get an Activision Patch for Dragster.
- Score not enough to crack a Worldwide Trophy.
BY THE WAY, the Activision Patches Summer Quest Contest (Second Edition - 2016) at Atari Age is in progress. You are invited to join us on this special competition.
This is the first score for this game, category and variation, so before voting NO and video desired / settings, I'm giving a chance to other participants crack my Worldwide Trophy, including Deteacher, S.BAZ and other Atari fans
This is the first score for this game, category and variation, so before voting NO and video desired, I'm giving a chance to other participants crack my Worldwide Trophy, including Deteacher, S.BAZ and other Atari fans.
Score posted on June 25th, 2016 for Atari Age Special Contest - The Activision Patches Summer Quest Second Edition - with evidences presented to Retrogamer81081 (Keith Carlson).
My TIP for you on Atari Trophy Cracking: start with games and scores which are easier to crack worldwide trophies.
Score entered on the wrong value by 10 POINTS!
Anyways I voted YES just because you are on Atari Age Moderator.
Score in whole miles - 967
For the 2016 Activision Patches Summer Quest Contest at Atari Age. The use of Activision Anthology game is also allowed on this thread.
Thanks. Play Colecovision games harder - new competition has begun!!
One trophy I already cracked on the new Atari Competition!
Missile Command Game 1-AA from my Atari 7800 Prosystem Console.
New contest includes Arcade/MAME, Atari, Colecovision and Nintendo!
Since this score is not enough to crack NADS's Worldwide Trophy, I submitted minimum evidence (one picture).
Score for the 2016 Activision Patches Summer Quest Contest at Atari Age.
Played on Atari 7800 Console - minimum evidences only!
Gameplay video I only record when I use emulators.
Setting BB - Both Difficulty Switches on the LEFT position (POS. " I ")
Game 1: 1 player, Wave 1, No Smart Cruise Missiles and Normal Target Control.
ATTENTION FOR THE EXCEPTION on the 2016 Activision Patches Summer Quest Contest at Atari Age:
"Save states can be used for one exception. You can use it only for Laser Blast if you want to go for the 1,000,000 point special patch. Since it takes many hours to get it so you can use that as the pause feature and come back to the game at another time. It will be too greuling in one sitting."
For more infos, check out in the following URL:
Score posted on June 21st, 2016 for Atari Age Special Contest - The Activision Patches Summer Quest Second Edition - with evidences presented to Retrogamer81081 (Keith Carlson).
Score posted on June 19th, 2016 for Atari Age Special Contest - The 2016 Activision Patches Summer Quest Challenge, with evidences presented to retrogamer81081 (Keith Carlson).
Voted YES impulsively by low score and your considerations!
Score posted on June 14th, 2016 for Atari Age 7800 High Score Club Season 8, Game 15.
With evidences presented to the Moderator JacobZu7zu7.
2 matches in ONE VIDEO (Fast Target Control, Starting Wave 15 and Smart Cruise Missiles)
Gameplay 1: Game 16, Difficulty B - Score 127,140 points, starts at 00:00 mark and game over at 10:03 mark
Gameplay 2: Game 16, Difficulty A - Score 15,720 points, starts at 10:11 mark and game over at 11:52 mark
Just click on "Remove This Score" button if you posted your scores on the wrong setting (or scores which are not in accordance to standard rules). Normal / Medium / Standard / Intermediate is usually the default difficulty setting on many games and many platforms.
For example, on Atari 7800 Asteroids, Intermediate and One Player are the factory default settings.
Game 1, Setting AA (Difficulty Switches on the RIGHT / " II " position on Atari 7800 Prosystem Console), achieved on June 15th, 2016.
Thank you very much for your positive considerations, guys!
I reached another feat on 5200 Pac-Man: I became this game as a new member of 1,000-minute club at Atari Age, in the topic "What have you actually PLAYED tracker for 2016 (Season 9)". Check out the numbers in the following URL:
Best run starts at 08:41 in the video presented above.
Score posted for Atari Age 5200 High Score Club Season 9, Round 8.
With evidences presented to the Moderator ZYLON.
WINNER: sdamon (5,894 points on Game 3).
Took me many and many attempts and resets to reach this feat: tie Tank's score (999,990+ points), obtained on Atari Age 5200 High Score Club Season 5, Round 20. To score 1 million points in this game, I used Tank's strategies.
Check out the following references:
I'm reserving "YES" votes to you just because of solid evidences.
Good run, Pete Jalbert!
One more "easy score" you can beat on Atari 5200 Emulated, and crack my trophy!
"Space Invaders Game 3"
IH, Paul Kearns - wrong video evidence submitted.
Fullscreen mode ("1/2" icon) enabled to avoid "bad surprises", as I did on Game Boy category.
Number at the lower left corner of the screen represents the Framerate, enabled and adjusted to INTEGRAL value on Fusion Emulator (60 FPS).
Sorry to Deteacher and S.BAZ!
5200 Ms. Pac-Man on Pear Variation is more irresistible to play and break one more record!
Difficulty Switches on Left Position, equivalent to B / Novice (POS. "I").
Controller used: Sega Master System.
Ms. Pac-Man on Banana Level is more irresistible to play and break a new record on Atari 5200 Emulated.
In my real life, Banana is my favorite fruit - I often eat it!
Concerto Cart is a "Harmony" cartridge for Atari 7800. It was mentioned by Deteacher in the topic:
"Jan 30 2016: New contests: PC, iOS, Atari consoles, top voters!"