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SubjectAtari: 80 classic games at Amazon for 1 cent! Reply to this message
Posted byitchyNADZ
Posted on10/30/10 11:01 AM



Go over to Amazon and get yours!









SubjectWhoa thanks! new Reply to this message
Posted byParatech
Posted on10/30/10 11:16 AM



I purchased a copy.

The new and improved King of Lamers 2003!


SubjectBTW new Reply to this message
Posted byParatech
Posted on10/30/10 11:44 AM



Apparently it doesn't support Win 7 64 bit mode!



The new and improved King of Lamers 2003!


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Posted byBryzian
Posted on10/30/10 01:40 PM



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Subjectprogram is broke as a joke -nt- new Reply to this message
Posted byBryzian
Posted on10/30/10 02:14 PM



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Subjectonly to us residents, if my money ain't good to your country new Reply to this message
Posted byTi-BOne
Posted on10/30/10 07:51 PM



then i don't want your products.

maybe, i do.. but i can't have it.
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SubjectHere's the solution new Reply to this message
Posted byitchyNADZ
Posted on10/31/10 10:16 AM



Enjoy your 2600 goodness, 5200 goodness, and 7800 goodness.

You'll need some emulators to help you, such as Stella (and of course there are Mac and Linux versions too).




I took a look at it and discovered the damn thing is around 700MB in size! For 80 (yes e-i-g-h-t-y) Atari 2600 games!

At least you can spend your 1 cent then find the ROMs on a website and download them along with Stella or PC Atari. You conscience will be satisfied.



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SubjectRe: only to us residents, if my money ain't good to your country new Reply to this message
Posted byitchyNADZ
Posted on10/31/10 10:17 AM



Actually you're lucky :) It's not worth it... 700 megs in size.


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SubjectDon't Forget... new Reply to this message
Posted byMr. Do
Posted on10/31/10 08:03 PM



> Enjoy your 2600 goodness, 5200 goodness, and 7800 goodness.
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There's 18 arcade games in there two, complete with animated artwork.

In which case, go here and grab the files in the "Atari 80 Games" section, then run in MAME, to get the same effects.

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RELAX and just have fun.
Remember, it's all about the games.
Mr. Do!'s Arcade


SubjectAtari is too retro for me new Reply to this message
Posted bySnowball 2
Posted on10/31/10 08:40 PM



I find limited amusement in pushing squares around a screen. Not trying to be a douche but there's not much for me to love there.

pixel-eight.com



SubjectRe: Atari is too retro for me new Reply to this message
Posted byitchyNADZ
Posted on10/31/10 08:41 PM



I like Dark Caverns, Adventure, Haunted House, Yars Revenge, and Video Pinball.


> I find limited amusement in pushing squares around a screen. Not trying to be a
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Subjectpushing squares can be fun new Reply to this message
Posted byTi-BOne
Posted on11/01/10 06:33 PM



http://www.kongregate.com/games/mikebithell/thomas-was-alone?acomplete=thomas+was+alone


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