Fire Fighter (Atari 2600)

Score: 0:00:09
World Ranking: 4
Scored By: RetroRob (ROB)
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Yes on all Rob :)
-- Posted by Bamse on 2018-12-27 09:23:28   Reply
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Many thanks, Bamse! smiley

-- Posted by RetroRob on 2018-12-27 11:03:38   Reply
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YES on ALL! :)

Nice 2600 Jr. It looks almost brand new. Oh, and I love Imagic games. :)

-- Posted by Mark on 2018-12-28 02:03:49   Reply
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@Mark:

Many thanks, Mark! ... Yeah, I always found Imagic games great! I don't know how to say it, but they were a bit different and innovative. Think about the marvellous Riddle of the Sphinx, Demon Attack or Atlantis. Trick Shot is another game I like! ... Whenever I buy a used console they get a real thorough clean on the outside and if necessary on the inside! Maintaining and repairing vintage consoles is another aspect of my video gaming hobby! :-)

-- Posted by RetroRob on 2018-12-28 02:56:39   Reply
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I got this game for Christmas of 1987 because my mom found it at a Laneco for like 5 bucks. I really enjoy this game. Yes for me.

-- Posted by slonda828 on 2018-12-28 12:12:34   Reply
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Thanks for your vote! ... I like your story about the game! Good memory that you remember the exact year you got it! smiley

-- Posted by RetroRob on 2018-12-28 12:29:05   Reply
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I think it's kind of funny that the video game crash of 1983 basically allowed poor kids to play Atari well into the 90s. I remember bins of games for a couple of bucks. Froggo games, in particular, were everywhere then. I got Task Force in 1988 and at some point I blew it up with an M80. So many crappy Atari games lol.

-- Posted by slonda828 on 2018-12-28 12:38:34   Reply
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I heard of masses of video games being dumped on landfills after the video game crash as the were excess production! I saw a documentary where they recently excavated a few of them! I think it was Pacman and ET games!

-- Posted by RetroRob on 2018-12-28 16:20:08   Reply
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But what a waste to have dumped all those games!  Especially considering Atari Corp. went on reproducing Pac-Man & E.T. in 1985 & 1986 !  

-- Posted by S.BAZ on 2018-12-29 01:04:53   Reply
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The history of video games is full of twists and turns that's for sure! ;-)

-- Posted by RetroRob on 2018-12-29 01:51:48   Reply