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10 best tips for playing Arkanoid vs Space Invaders


PCB Repair of a 1978 Midway Space Invaders Arcade Game!

We got in this legendary Space Invaders arcade game that was inoperable, and set about fixing the gameboard. Check out how we tracked down the problems.... we talk a little about reading schematics, how to use a logic probe and more.

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Top 10 Android Mobile Games of 2017 | Games of the Year

A ranking of the best mobile Android games of 2017. These are the top-rated titles released in 2017 that are now available on the Google PlayStore. Get these games by clicking the links below:
A ranking of the best mobile Android games of 2017. These are the top-rated titles released in 2017 that are now available on the Google PlayStore. Get these games by clicking the links below:

Flipping Legend
Invert - A Minimal Puzzle Game
Iron Marines
Mushroom 11
Thimbleweed Park
Through the Ages
Warlock's Tower: Retro Puzzler

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Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together-SNES Longplay-Part 9 - Solid Nate 2019 Live Stream #54

Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together-SNES Longplay-Part 9 - Solid Nate 2019 Live Stream #54

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Let's Compare ( Space Invaders )

Video Locations:

1. Arcade 0:35
2. RCA Studio 2 1:54
3. Chip 8 2:53
4. Dragon 32/64 3:54
5. Apple 2 5:00
6. Amstrad 5:56
7. ZX Spectrum ( Space Intruders ) 6:57
8. ZX Spectrum ( Space Raiders ) 7:58
9. Oric 1 ( Space Intruders ) 8:58
10. BBC Micro 9:58
11. Atari 2600 11:00
12. Atari 800 12:00
13. Atari 5200 13:00
14. Intellivision ( Space Armada ) 14:00
15. Bally Astrocade ( Astro Battle ) 15:02
16. Amiga ( INTRO ) 16:03 ( GAME ) 17:11
17. TI99 ( TI Invaders ) 18:35
18. Sega Master System 19:36
19. Game Gear 20:45
20. Colecovision 21:45
( Space Invaders Collection Pack )
21. MSX 22:45
22. Gameboy 23:48
23. Wonderswan 24:49 ( INTRO ) 25:12 ( GAME )
24. Sega SG 1000 26:18
25. Gameboy Color 27:18
26. Atari 7800 ( Home Brew ) 28:18
27. Atari ST 29:12
28. DOS 30:23
29. Commodore Vic 20 ( Avengers ) 31:22
30. Sharp X68000 32:23
31. Commodore 64 ( Avengers ) 33:24
32. Famicom 34:26
33. Gameboy Color / Super Gameboy 35:23
34. FLASH 36:25
35. Virtual boy 37:27
36. TG16 CD 38:32
37. Super Nintendo 40:32 ( INTRO ) 40:56 ( GAME )
38. Gameboy Advance 42:26
39. Sega Genesis ( Space Invaders 91 ) 43:26
40. Sega Saturn 44:27
41. Nintendo DS 45:37

Video Description Source:

Space Invaders (スペースインベーダー Supēsu Inbēdā?) is an arcade video game designed by Tomohiro Nishikado and released in 1978. It was originally manufactured and sold by Taito in Japan, and was later licensed for production in the United States by the Midway division of Bally. Space Invaders is one of the earliest shooting games and the aim is to defeat waves of aliens with a laser cannon to earn as many points as possible. In designing the game, Nishikado drew inspiration from popular media: Breakout, The War of the Worlds, and Star Wars. To complete it, he had to design custom hardware and development tools.

It was one of the forerunners of modern video gaming and helped expand the video game industry from a novelty to a global industry (see golden age of video arcade games). When first released, Space Invaders was very successful.

The game has been the inspiration for other video games, re-released on numerous platforms, and led to several sequels. The 1980 Atari 2600 version quadrupled the system's sales and became the first killer app for video game consoles. Space Invaders has been referenced and parodied in multiple television shows, and been a part of several video game and cultural exhibitions. The pixelated enemy alien has become a pop culture icon, often used as a synecdoche representing video games as a whole.

Game Play:

Space Invaders is a two-dimensional fixed shooter game in which the player controls a laser cannon by moving it horizontally across the bottom of the screen and firing at descending aliens. The aim is to defeat five rows of eleven aliens—some versions feature different numbers—that move horizontally back and forth across the screen as they advance towards the bottom of the screen. The player defeats an alien, and earns points, by shooting it with the laser cannon. As more aliens are defeated, the aliens' movement and the game's music both speed up. Defeating the aliens brings another wave that is more difficult, a loop which can continue indefinitely.[1][2][3][4]

The aliens attempt to destroy the cannon by firing at it while they approach the bottom of the screen. If they reach the bottom, the alien invasion is successful and the game ends. A special mystery ship will occasionally move across the top of the screen and award bonus points if destroyed. The laser cannon is partially protected by several stationary defense bunkers—the number varies by version—that are gradually destroyed by projectiles from the aliens and player.

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Arkanoid vs Space Invaders

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Lowlander II: Lowerlander

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Galaxy of Pen & Paper

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Street Fighter IV Champion Edition

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Motorsport Manager Mobile 2

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Retro Reviews - Super Breakout

Today I'll be looking back at Super Breakout. Released by Atari in 1978, Super Breakout expanded on the original Breakout formula by introducing new game modes, and running off microprocessor instead of just mechanical components. The object of the game is to move your paddle left and right, and try to hit the ball into the blocks, eliminating as much as possible. There are 3 game modes. Cavity contains two balls in the middle you can free. Double gives your two paddles and two balls to start with, making this the easiest and quickest to clear the entire screen. And progressive pushes down layers of blocks that continue to spawn.
The original arcade cabinet used a dial, and the PS4 version on Atari Flashback classics allows you to use the d-pad, touchpad and analog stick. I recommend using the stick as a dial for the best precision. And using one of the shoulder buttons to launch the ball. The angle the ball bounces off the paddle depends on the point of contact. I like to imagine the bar as a little arc.
Super Breakout requires complete concentration. A good strategy is to get your ball on top of the bricks so you can eliminate them from the top. The ball speeds up when you first hit the upper layers, which also increases the scoring. Sometimes the bricks don't break from the sides or even the top, which totally throws me off. The paddle shrinks as you approach clearing all of the blocks, which was probably added to keeps even the best players from hogging the machine. If you're playing an emulated version I recommend turning on scan lines. It's easier on the eyes and allows you to measure distance a bit better. Overall, Super Breakout is an all time classic and is still more compelling than most breakout clones today. I challenge any Call of Duty player to try clearing just one screen. I bet they can't do it. Think modern gamers can handle Super Breakout without breaking their controller? Start a dialogue in the comments, and share this video with the 70s.
#retro #gaming #retrogaming


198-in-1 Real Game - Part 8 / 13 [Famicom Multicarts]

The description:

The games, covered in this part:
00:18 Gradius
03:20 Donkey Kong
04:10 Donkey Kong Jr.
04:53 Donkey Kong 3
05:43 Donkey Kong Jr. Math (US version)
07:12 Aquarium [NiceCode]
07:41 Arena [NiceCode]
08:15 Air Alert [NiceCode] - one-screen vertical shooter
08:50 Awful Rushing [NiceCode] - bad racing game
09:33 Aimless [NiceCode] - shitty 1st person shooter
10:08 Burbles [NiceCode] (*) - another one-screen vertical shooter, that will be repeated several times on this multicart
10:49 Burrow Explorer [NiceCode]
11:29 Bug's War [NiceCode] - weird clone of Battleship
12:16 Bomb King [NiceCode] - yet another Battleship clone. better than Bug's War, but the music is bad
15:49 Baseball New [NiceCode] - Intellivison port
16:18 Bubble [NiceCode] - SAME as Burbles, different graphics =REPEAT=
16:48 Cannonade [NiceCode] - SAME as Air Alert, different graphics =REPEAT=
17:12 Hitmouse [NiceCode] - Whack-a-Mole, using D-pad to defeat enemies
18:18 Coast Guard [NiceCode]
18:47 Cub Adventure [NiceCode]
19:33 Depth Bomb [NiceCode] - SAME as Bomb King, different graphics =REPEAT=
20:42 Devildom Doom [NiceCode]
21:15 Diamond [NiceCode] - bad Arkanoid/Breakout clone
23:03 Dune War [NiceCode]
23:39 Firebase [NiceCode] - another fucking one-screen vertical shooter!
24:08 First Defender [NiceCode] - Space Invaders clone, surprisingly playable, and one of the better games by NiceCode
25:22 Five Days [NiceCode]
26:03 Frantic Mouse [NiceCode] - bad parody for the platformer, where you jump up the clouds
27:02 Fruit Dish [NiceCode] - you change the fruit to whatever one that's on the pipe, and get points. BORING!!
27:35 Gallagant [NiceCode] - yet another fucking one-screen vertical shooter!
28:04 Garden War [NiceCode] - SAME as Gallagant, different graphics =REPEAT=
28:24 Gate [NiceCode]
29:12 Hallihod [NiceCode] - plays kinda the same as aforementioned game
30:15 Hexapod New [NiceCode] - Buzz Bombers clone
31:00 Hexapod War [NiceCode] - plays similar to Aquarium
31:26 Labyrinth [NiceCode]
32:09 Lunarian [NiceCode] - SAME as Gallagant, different graphics =REPEAT=
32:30 Mad Xmas [NiceCode]
33:00 Motoboat [NiceCode] - plays similar to Awful Rushing, except, when you die, you start all over the again
33:33 Panzer Attack [NiceCode] - you just defeat the tanks and that's it
34:27 Pobble [NiceCode] - SAME as Motoboat, different graphics =REPEAT=
34:47 Polar Bat [NiceCode]
35:24 Ruralgoblin [NiceCode] - another Whack a Pole, but with bad music as in Mad Xmas
35:50 Robot [NiceCode] - SAME as Labyrinth, different graphics =REPEAT=
36:14 Season Garden [NiceCode] - yet another Whack a Pole clone
36:52 Shrew Mouse [NiceCode]
37:20 Snowball [NiceCode] - Sokoban clone with Frere Jacques music
38:10 Star Fighter [NiceCode] - SAME as Air Alert, different graphics =REPEAT=
38:52 Strafe [NiceCode]
39:20 Small Dinosaur [NiceCode] - SAME as Mad Xmas, different graphics =REPEAT=
39:36 Silent Hunter [NiceCode]
40:35 The Archer [NiceCode] - plays similar to Polar Bat (I made the fail here, but after that everything played fine)
41:47 Twin Cards [NiceCode]
42:23 Undersea Arena [NiceCode] - SAME as Bug's War, different graphics =REPEAT=
43:17 Warrior [NiceCode]
43:52 Abscondee [NiceCode]
45:35 Aether Cruiser [NiceCode]
46:08 Aim Cruise [NiceCode]

Wow, I can't believe that, guys!
We've come to some of the worst games in existence that I can possibly imagine!! Those are the games developed by NiceCode for their plug and play devices, which for some odd reason, got put on this cart, and a few other Real Game multicarts.
Basically, these are the poor-man's versions of Action 52 games.
Most of those games have really dull and boring gameplay that you can possibly imagine. The music in most of those is also really terrible, and unbearable to your ears. The graphics are kinda alright, but good graphics don't make a better gameplay.
In some of the games, I don't even understand what you are supposed to do. Or the enemies can simply be the cheap bastards, than can get your ass kicked really easily!!
In this part, I covered quite a few of those games, but...
I am not 100% done with this, sadly! I still have more NiceCode games left, when I get to 400-in-1 Real Game or SuperGame 500-in-1...
I bloody hope I can finish it off as soon as possible, and we won't go back to NiceCode shit anymore!

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Mini Joystick (Famiclone): Games 1-20

I had a better description than this, but I lost it. Might do a review of this soon if I can be bothered.

Basic info:
80 games made by Nice Code and Cube Tech.
Design is a blue miniature joystick, or sutin.
Made by ABL in 2006.
Batteries not included.
VT03 hardware. (AKA Famiclone hardware with better graphics)
4 Battle City clones, which is ridiculous by any standards.
The menu looks suspiciously similar to the one that the 150 in 1 Real Game has.
Some of the music is ripped off, but not in this video from what I noticed.
Jim Davidson is a twat.
If you mess up a Pong clone, you probably shouldn't be programming video games.
Kit Kat Chunky Peanut Butter is the best chocolate.
I spent too much time writing this description.

1. Desert Storm (Or Desert Strom as it's called on the menu) - Contra clone.
2. F22 - Vertical scrolling shooter.
3. Little Blackmask - Hack of that awful Felix the Cat game by Dragon Co.
4. Galaxy Killer (Or Galaxy Kille[insert glitchy graphic here]) - Poor man's Spy Hunter.
5. Five Kids - Really awful platformer.
6. Super Fight I - Hack of Super Contra 7 which removes everything after level 2.
7. Highway Racing - Road Fighter clone which seems to only have 1 level.
8. Over Speed Racing - Same thing except from different perspective.
9. Tank - Battle City hack.
10. Square - Surprisingly playable Tetris clone.
11. Boxes World - Sokoban clone.
12. Table Tennis - Poor man's Pong. (When you can screw up a Pong clone, you just fail at programming)
13. Shooting Ballons (sic) - Exactly what it says on the tin.
14. Diamond - A potentially decent Arkanoid clone ruined by the fact that it only has 1 level.
15. Archer - Buzz Bombers clone.
16. Baseball - Baseball (Intellivision) clone.
17. Xmas Gift - Poor man's Kaboom.
18. Trooper - Basic shooter thingy.
19. Water Fire - Some weird game where you have to destroy dinghies with water balloons or something.
20. Cat Vs Dog - A bit like Worms without the fun.

[NT] Space Invaders Extreme Review

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Let's Compare ( Arkanoid 2 Revenge of DOH )

1. Arcade 0:50
2. ZX Spectrum 2:33
3. Amstrad 4:17
4. MS DOS 6:00
5. Commodore 64 7:59
6. MSX2 9:42
7. Nintendo Entertainment System 12:26
8. Atari ST 15:10
9. Amiga 16:53
10. Sharp X68000 18:37
11. Apple 2 GS 20:20

Video Description Source:

Arkanoid - Revenge of Doh (a.k.a. Arkanoid 2) is an arcade game released by Taito Corporation in 1987 as a sequel to Arkanoid

The mysterious enemy known as DOH has returned to seek vengeance on the Vaus space vessel. The player must once again take control of the Vaus (paddle) and overcome many challenges in order to destroy DOH once and for all. Revenge of Doh sees the player battle through 34 rounds, taken from a grand total of 64.

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Short Play #241 Battle Squadron ONE Android

If you like games like 1942, 1943, SWIV, Sky Force, Air Strike, AirAttack, DoDonPachi, Espgaluda, Hybris, Dangar, Space Invaders, Galaga, Raiden, Xenon, R-Type, or Gradius... you will love Battle Squadron !!
In 1989 it received an amazing 109% rating... in 2012 this legendary Commodore Amiga shooter finally arrives on on Android !!
** World's first: simultaneous 2-player on tablets !!
** Full original version !!
4/5 @ AndroidZoom
4.5/5 @
8/10 Xperia Play Silver Award @ Pocket Gamer
5/5 @
Top App @
App der Woche @
5/5 @
3/4 @ slide to Play
4/5 @
9/10 @ PushStart
Android version:
Unique retro gaming experience on Android,
World's first split-screen shooter,
A classic in history as it entered the gaming scene,
Grab it TODAY, you won’t be disappointed, Reboot Reviews
iOS version:
A fantastic shooter which beats the vast majority of its modern day equivalents hands down!,
Battle Squadron ONE is excellent gaming, folks. Do not miss it,
I had a smile on my face a mile wide while I played the game,
The split screen adaptation of this game is a fabulous addition,
Those that love retro shooters will also enjoy this game incredibly,
Can honestly say that Battle Squadron is probably my favorite 2D shooter of them all,
Amiga version:
109% - Now Battle Squadron is the best, Amiga Computing (2:10)
90% - It's expert execution and addictive playability, Info (31)
87% - It's rapid-fire animation, coupled with effective sound and a long running music track, The Games Machine (25)
90% - Battle Squadron is so addictive that you just can't stop playing, The One Amiga (56)
Your mission: Earth has been long at war with the evil alien Barrax empire, with extensive losses on both sides. Your two fellow commanders, Mayers and Bergin, have been taken hostage by a Barrax Nova Cruiser and are held hostage on the alien Barrax home world, Planet Terrainia. You must destroy the Barrax home world to rescue your fellow commanders !!
- (World Premiere) 2-player split-screen on large screen Android tablets: play with, or against your friends
- Several control options, including new 2x direct touch
- 4 fantastically detailed levels to fight your way through
- Scores of different enemies... watch out for the predator-like ones...
- 4 highly diverse bosses to defeat
- 24 different weapons (4 types of 6 grades each) + Nova Missile
- 4 different difficulties (Squadron Leader is exactly like on Amiga)
- New über-difficulty mode: Air Commodore… with surprise ending
- Plays on Android 2.1 to 4.x
- And loads more...
So engage and destroy... Welcome to Battle Squadron !!

June PlayScores for Android | 12 New Android Games of June 2017

Presenting all newly-released Android mobile games that just received PlayScores; latest Android games on Google Play Store for your Android smartphones and tablets. Get these games by clicking the links below.
Asphalt Street Storm Racing
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Chroma Squad
Farming Simulator 18
Flipping Legend
Jaipur: A Card Game of Duels
Guns of Boom
Lode Runner 1
Old Man's Journey
SUP Multiplayer Racing
The Mummy Dark Universe Stories

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Air force X - Warfare Shooting Games (Android)

Air force X - Warfare Shooting Games By OneSoft Studio. (Android/iOS/iPhone/iPad)

Airforce X - the hottest aircraft shooting game 2017 is now coming!
The world is hanging on a thin thread! Our lovely Earth is under attack of mysterious alien space instruders. Enormous Bosses and evil enemies are threating our peace. We have no choice but to stand up and fight this relentless warfare.

Hurry up, galaxy warriors! The safety of ordinary human beings all depends on you. Get on your stunning jet, travel through the bullet hell & join fierce galaxy war. Let's knock out all the alien invaders and save the world!

AirforceX is a cool adventure - aircraft shooting game with diverse missions to complete. Getting bored with familiar classic shooting games? Airforce X brings you a whole new shooting experience with a broad range of fighter planes and upgrades to select.
Various maps, numerous characters, breathtaking battles and you'll surely never get bored! Aircraft war is full of excitement! Squadron attacks, rocket army or figher pilots make this space shooter game highly addictive.

- Unique characters with plenty of strength points: dame main, dame sub, hp, attack speed, skill...
- Customize and upgrade airplane at your disposal.
- Various mode with attractive gameplay and thrilling flight lines.
- Deadly alien Bosses and enemies.
- 13 achievements with hundreds of challenging sky force mission.
- Great HD graphics and lively shooting effects.
- Giant items collection such as shield, health, ammunation... to choose from.
- Rewards giveaway based on playing time.

- Touch screen to move the fighter jet up, down, right and left
- Upgrade the aircraft with coin, bullet, rocket, and plane types.
- Choose co-op multiplayer mode to join the battles with your squadron.

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????【Bass Invaders by Vexus Starquake】〖Mega Maker Showcase〗(Viewer-Submitted Mega Man Maker Levels)

Hey friends, are you running a little late? You must have gotten stuck in traffic or something again. They really need to do something about that light, it holds up everything around it. I have this route you should check out sometime, if you just take the back roads around the mill you'll see---

What? No, it can't be me... I've been here for a while now. It must be you that's wasn't here on time. There's no way I did everything that goes into getting a video recorded, edited and uploaded on time just to accidentally set the date wrong on the upload time, that would just be foolish.

Haha, sorry friends, I might have too much fun with this. I don't know why I'm re-writing this description after realizing the video didn't go out on time, because that's only delaying it further, but in all honesty I don't think the time of upload matters that much. I've been trying to keep it consistently around the same time (about two hours before this went up, because that's easier than doing timezones), but I don't have a great reason why.

A long time ago I read that YouTube videos take a few hours to get integrated into the algorithm, so you should upload a few hours before the time you think your audience would be mostly available. So if I thought all y'all would be free around midnight, I should upload my video at 10 PM.

But the thing is, people that watch this channel are from everywhere in the world. Some of you have told me about your lives in Ireland, Brazil, Japan, Sweden, England, Malaysia, Russia, Spain... the list goes on. That covers most timezones right there in just the first few examples, hahah. So I just do it when I think I would be around to watch videos (in the US), which is sometime in the afternoon.

I should probably try and figure out how all that stuff works, but I just don't care enough. I think it's interesting, the whole science behind search engine optimization (which I'm sure would have a few negative words to whatever this unrelated rant is that I guess will now take up this entire description, hahah), but it's a lot of work for not a lot of fun. I like doing YouTube because I like playing people's games and making videos and sharing them and talking about my hobbies with people from all over the world. I didn't get into this to be some soulless accountant nerd that pores over long tail search relevance and peak hours and thumbnail color palettes, I just wanted to play some video games and share it with people. But at the same time, if I took time to really try on that, I could probably reach more people that might enjoy this kind of stuff, which would make me really happy. So I guess I'm torn between some weird cop-out version of artistic laziness and an attempt at greater success that involves basic effort, and if I know me, success can wait a bit while we suss it all out.

I just took the AC out of my room today and it's still absolutely freezing in here, but at least I can shut that window now. Why leave an AC in your room well into winter? Well lets hope it's artistic because otherwise it's just lazy, hahah. I didn't mean for these two stories to connect when I wrote that, I was just lamenting over my freezing room for a minute, but here we are. Someday I'm going to move somewhere where it never snows again and I'll probably grow to hate it.

I'm having a weird day but not in a bad way, I'm kind of looking forward to it. Hope you're feeling well as hell as well, hahah. Thanks for stopping by friend, it's always nice to see you! Try that new back road around the mill on the way home.

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Level Name: Bass Invaders
Creator: Vexus Starquake
Level ID: 290320

---[ Series Information ]---------------

Have you ever said to yourself Shucks, I sure wish there was someone on the internet who had nothing better to do all day than play my Mega Man Maker levels? Well today's your lucky day friend!

Mega Maker Showcase is a series where I play viewer-submitted Mega Man Maker levels. If you've made a level and want to see someone play it, leave me the Level ID down in the comments and I'll be sure to add it to my list! I am up for anything -- old levels, new levels, puzzle levels, romps, exploration adventures, weapon challenges, boss rushes, glitch levels, or even kaizo -- so don't be shy!

Seriously, I love playing this kind of amateur level design stuff and you're doing me a favour by letting me play your level, so give me those level IDs now my friends!

#MegaManMaker #MegaMan #SpaceInvaders

If you want more Mega Maker Showcase, the series playlist can be found here:

Space Invaders Infinity Gene Android X-27

I don't own anything in the video, except my skills. If you could even call those skills.

A Chip Off The Old Pixel - Joust & Balloon Fight

Here is the first edition of A Chip Off The Old Pixel, where we look at a popular game, along with an in-depth look at a game released afterwards, that was inspired by the previous title. Today, those games are the Williams arcade hit Joust and the Nintendo classic Balloon Fight. Enjoy!

20 Games That Defined the Apple II

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20 Games That Defined the Apple II (aka Apple ][)

1981 Ultima I (California Pacific Computer)
1981 Castle Wolfenstein (Muse Software)
1981 Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord (Sir-Tech Software)
1982 Swashbuckler (Datamost)
1982 Choplifter (Broderbund)
1983 Lode Runner (Broderbund)
1983 Cavern Creatures (Datamost)
1984 King's Quest (Sierra)
1984 Impossible Mission (Epyx)
1984 Karateka (Broderbund)
1985 The Oregon Trail (MECC)
1985 The Bard's Tale (Interplay)
1985 Elite (Firebird Software)
1986 Might and Magic (New World Computing)
1987 Pirates! (MicroProse)
1987 California Games (Epyx)
1987 Maniac Mansion (LucasArts)
1988 Wasteland (Interplay)
1989 Prince of Persia (Broderbund)
1990 Battle Chess (Interplay)

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Super Buster Bros Arcade Resurrection (Suicided PCB repair) & Gameplay

At long last, I am posting the resurrection process of a suicided Capcom game called Super Buster Bros. From start to finish, I show the entire process. We bring a dead board to life!

My Hakko 888D soldering station: (I love this thing!)

Credit goes to Tim @ for his great write-up on the resurrection process of pre-CPS PCBs.
For more info go to: (Alt link in case site is down: The chips you need to order are: One of the 27C512 (28 pin) EPROMS and Two of the 27C020 (32 pin) EPROMS. Found these cheap on e-Bay.

A big thank you goes out to Steve T. who allowed me to borrow the Super Buster Bros. PCB. Enjoy the resurrected game Steve!

Alternatively, you can also use a Kabuki Programmer to de-suicide the PCB. Simply swap out the dead battery with a new one, then perform the steps shown here:

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K4900 Cap Kit Install (Gyruss cocktail)

In this video, I install a cap kit in the K4900 monitor in my Gyruss cocktail cabinet, and show the results.

Игра - Арканоид - Победа !!! Game - Arkanoid - Victory !!! 2020.05.09 12-45

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Не утратившая своего очарования старинная аркада, цель которой - очистить игровое поле от разноцветных кубиков, ударив по ним металлическим шариком. Многочисленные бонусы, иногда выпадающие с исчезающих элементов, добавляют Арканоиду новые возможности. Мяч может лететь все медленнее и быстрее, «ракетка», которой его бьют, становится длиннее, теперь уже. При этом вы можете выполнять задание как в свое удовольствие, так и сравнивая свои успехи с успехами других игроков.

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An old arcade game that has not lost its fascination, the purpose of which is to clear the playing field of colorful dice by hitting them with a metal ball. Numerous bonuses, sometimes falling from disappearing elements, add Arkanoid new opportunities. The ball can fly slower and faster, the racket with which it is beaten, it becomes longer, now narrower. At the same time, you can perform the task both for your own pleasure, and comparing your successes with the progress of other players.



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