Buck Rogers: Planet of Zoom (Atari 2600 Novice/B)

Score: 1,424,085
World Ranking: 2
Scored By: toymailman (JLR)
84% Legit
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Buck Rogers: Planet of Zoom 1,424,085 points
Buck Rogers: Planet of Zoom 1,424,085 points
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The two black vertical bars across the screen indicate a score greater than 1,000,000.

-- Posted by toymailman on 2015-11-01 22:47:04   Reply
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My previous best score is also the top on TwinGalaxies (1,371,536) that I got during the original season 6 - week 20 of the AtariAge High Score Club.  I will submit that photo of additional evidence.

-- Posted by toymailman on 2015-11-01 22:52:45   Reply
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-- Posted by toymailman on 2015-11-01 23:13:06   Reply
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And the score in yellow means your score is greater than 1,000,000.

Check out my Buck Rogers Score to see my evidences:


In some occasions I'm forced to include statistical tables (details of gameplay recorded in the video).

-- Posted by oyamafamily on 2015-11-02 02:32:24   Reply
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That is an awesome score Wilson, but I know you've got >1.5M on this one.  yes

-- Posted by toymailman on 2015-11-02 06:36:34   Reply
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I dont think its your highscore-there is no name in the photo. In my opinion the highscore is not legit!

-- Posted by atari2600forever on 2015-11-02 08:09:21   Reply
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Please start including your screenname and/or initials with your scores. I've had trouble in the past getting my initials to showup well due to contrast issues but it's obvious even then that I tried to show them. If all else fails use stick-It notes.

-- Posted by Mark on 2015-11-02 11:11:31   Reply
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being old scores from honor system contests, it's understandable to give some leniency to new members.  one can see it's the same TV in all the photos, and the TG reference adds a lot of credibility.

still in cases like this where the score is really great & takes 1st place it is also reasonable for users to vote NO to maintain integrity of the site.  we're only asked to judge by the evidence provided here and no video is available.

some of these may have a hard time going through.

i have no doubt toymailman's scores are done legitimately but this one is a hard decision to make so I'm RESERVING my vote.

-- Posted by S.BAZ on 2015-11-02 14:33:29   Reply