Berzerk: Game 4 (Atari 2600)

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World Ranking: 2
Scored By: RetroRob (ROB)
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Avatar, console, cartridge shown in beginning and end of the video. I show switches too but they don't have any effects in this game. Selection of game 4 shown from 0:12' to 0:16'. Closeup of final score at 13:36'. Thanks for looking!

-- Posted by RetroRob on 2019-02-10 10:13:01   Reply
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-- Posted by MisterVCS on 2019-02-10 10:16:43   Reply
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Danke! smiley

-- Posted by RetroRob on 2019-02-10 10:23:56   Reply
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Great gameplay!
-- Posted by zerooskul on 2019-02-10 17:06:09   Reply
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YES on ALL! :)

-- Posted by Mark on 2019-02-11 02:30:50   Reply
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Danke. My family lived in (West) Germany from '73 to '75. That was probably the first German word I learned. I still use it. Whenever I thank my wife (she's not German either) I say 'Danke.' She responds with 'Bitte.' smiley

-- Posted by Mark on 2019-02-11 02:34:40   Reply
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Again, this is a nice story you're tellling! ... I've never been to the USA although since childhood I was fascinated about its people, history, culture and many places in different states! This fascination was nurtured by literature, (pop) culture and especially movies. It's only equalled by my fascination about the UK (where I lived for quite a while). Maybe one day a dream comes true and I visit the USA! Only problem is there are so many interesting places that I wouldn't know where to start! ;-)

-- Posted by RetroRob on 2019-02-11 11:18:49   Reply
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Just be aware of the distances in the U.S. Just the distance from Houston, Texas to Grand Falls, Texas is over 520 miles. I find that most Europeans are shocked about just how big this country is. And there are so many regional dialects and customs. And languages. The U.S., believe it or not, doesn't have an offical language. This is because so many immigrants, legal and otherwise, have tended to settle in the same areas as one another.

I've always been interested in England and Japan personally.

-- Posted by Mark on 2019-02-12 01:04:55   Reply
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Ein  JA von mir. Bitte:)

-- Posted by Commodore72 on 2019-02-12 01:37:54   Reply
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Danke, C72! :-)

-- Posted by RetroRob on 2019-02-12 12:04:48   Reply
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Try Oregon!  laugh

-- Posted by S.BAZ on 2019-02-21 01:48:41   Reply
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Actually the Pacific Northwest is one of the regions I'm interested in! But as Mark said above it's a vast country and even this region alone is huge!

-- Posted by RetroRob on 2019-02-21 12:13:30   Reply