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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Yet another Bob DeCrescenzo arcade conversion. Yet another vector-style graphics game. Yet another Asteroids sequel. Yet another Saturday of fun-filled podcast listening!
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This time around Sean examines one brilliant homebrew developer's answer to the charming, endearing cacophony that was the Atari 7800 Donkey Kong. (MMmmmmm.....piiiiiiieeeeee.....)
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What better way to go crazy for the weekend than to listen to the dulcet sounds of a crazy Atarian talk about a 7800 spin on a classic?
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Unfortunately, despite things that actually were under Sean's control, this episode is not live from Midwest Gaming Classic. But you can listen to some thoughts on Super Pac-Man, yet another classic from Bob "PacManPlus" DeCrescenzo.
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In this episode we take a look at one of the earliest homebrew game releases on the Atari 7800 and its developer, who is arguably the father of homebrewing on many consoles.
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