An obscure arcade shoot-em-up gets the 7800 homebrew treatment from one of the system's most highly respected developers.
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Another homebrew just recently released by AtariAge! (And of course, another Bob DeCrescenzo instant classic!) Is the game worth it even if you hate clowns? Only Sean knows. (Well...and maybe others who have played it.)
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A Cinematronics vector graphics game gets a 7800 sequel, and someone wins a prize!
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Some chitchat about Ken Siders' onomatopoeically renamed 7800 version of Gottlieb's Q*bert graces your podcast player for this last episode of meteorological summer! JUST FOUND OUT: Ken Siders died suddenly on August 12. Thoughts & prayers to his family.
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Jeffrey Lee is a talented artist who is the brains behind Q*Bert. In preparation for the upcoming episode on b*nQ, this crossover episode with Pie Factory Podcast features a talk with Jeff about Q*Bert and other games and works featuring his creativity.
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We're such mavericks here at the Atari 7800 Homebrew Podcast: after promising one game per episode, we present you with two games. (You're welcome.) We might throw around that word "contest" now and then, by the by.
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The trend of Bob DeCrescenzo vector graphics arcade conversions continues with an obscure Cinematronics shooter.
Filetype: MP3 - Size: 46.02MB - Duration: 49:24 m (128 kbps 44100 Hz)