Chris, Tatton, Becky, Steve and guest Cory take a dive into the many ports and knockoffs of the Atari 2600 killer app, Space Invaders. Pew Pew
Recorded at CGE 2K14 during teardown. We talk with Rick, Will, and Paul from The Intellivisionaires Podcast. We then chat with Keith Robinson, the president of Intellivision Productions about the new Intellivision Flashback. Socal Mike from Retro Gaming Roundup makes a cameo as well.
And go download Duck Fountain for Android. We inspired it!
This is the raw audio from Ed Averett’s Q&A from CGE 2K14. Ed designed and programmed 25 games for the Odyssey 2 over a three year period.
A gigantic thank you goes to William Culver (aka Focus RS) for recording the audio and allowing us to post it.
Chris, Tatton, Becky, and Steve hang out and talk about CGE 2K14.
Chris, Tatton, Becky and Steve talk Vegas and CGE hours before the open. This episode was posted just before we walked out the door… that’s how we roll.
Playing every North American 7800 release wasn’t enough for us. So we talk about how Atari might have changed the fate of the 7800. We play some homebrew 7800 titles, then we compare and contrast the 7800 games that also appeared on the Famicom, NES, and Sega Master System.
Chris, Tatton, Becky and Steve sit down and discuss all 57 North American releases for the Atari 7800, the choice of the experts. Our palms still hurt from the ProLine joysticks.
Michael Thomasson runs Good Deal Games. He attends several classic video game conventions each year selling homebrew titles for many different systems, and he has been in business for 15 years. Michael also happens to be the man who put together the world’s largest video game collection (according to some book called the Guinness Book of World Records).
We held a panel at CORGScon 2014 with Michael and it went very well. But Michael is a type of guy that could carry a podcast hosted by a broom, so we don’t want to take too much credit.
CORGS 2014 was a huge success. We hosted a game of Video Game Jeopardy! Here it is… hopefully we won’t get sued.