This week I discuss one of the two religious games released for the 2600, Music Machine by Sparrow. It's an expensive game but worth your time if you use emulators or Harmony cartridges. Next, uh, time on the show, I will be talking about Crazy Climber by Atari, one of the Atari Age magazine mailaway exclusive games. So yeah, another rare game, I promise I did not plan that! If you have feedback for Crazy Climber, you can send it to me at 2600gamebygame@gmail.com. Please be sure to join me this weekend for Extra Life, and if you can donate, there are plenty of people to choose from in the links! Thanks to all who donated, and I thank you all for listening. I hope you had a Happy Halloween!

Pertinent Links

Palmtex/Super Micro Cartridge based system
Sparrow Records today
Peter Engelbrite's Music Machine page
2009 Kotaku article about sealed copy on eBay
2013 eBay auction for sealed copy
Video from above auction
Stella at 20 on Internet Archive
Art of Atari by Tim Lapetino
My Extra Life donation page
Rick's Extra Life donation page
Wade's Extra Life donation page
Bill's Atari Party Extra Life donation page
Marc Allie's Extra Life donation page

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Direct download: 128_-_Music_Machine_by_Sparrow.mp3
Category:Video Games -- posted at: 8:23am EDT

Finally, Part 2 of episode 127 is now available, featuring Sword of Saros by Starpath. From now on, each episode will feature one game and hopefully sometime in the future will be released weekly! I'm sure I'm going to regret that. Next time I'll be looking at Music Machine by Sparrow. Afert that, it will be Crazy Climber by Atari; Keystone Kapers by Activision; Mr. Do! by Coleco; Space Attack by M Network; Q8Bert by Parker Brothers; and Glib by Selchow and Wrighter. Any thoughts or comments on these games can be sent to me at 2600gamebygame@gmail.com. Don't forget to check out the forums! Another great idea. Thanks so much for listening!

Pertinent Links

Sword of Saros description in Arcadia catalog
Atari Age thread - Homemade cassette liner by Dan Skelton
Late Starpath Flyer - front
Late Starpath Flyer - back
Starpath Internal Docs thread on Atari.IO
Stephen Landrum interview by James Hague
No Swear Gamer 269 - Sword of Saros!
My Extra Life donation page
Rick's Extra Life donation page
Wade's Extra Life donation page
Bill's Atari Party Extra Life donation page
Get the Lego Atari 2600 by Chris McVeigh here!
McIntyre Musings on Facebook
BOSS! for the Atari 2600 IndieGoGo page


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Direct download: 127_Part_2_-_Sword_of_Saros_by_Starpath.mp3
Category:Video Games -- posted at: 7:29am EDT

So yeah, putting both games into this episode didn't work out, so you're only getting Escape From The Mindmaster this time. The next show will contain Sword of Saros and the feedback for both games. After that it will be one game per episode including feedback. Sorry about that. Speaking of feedback, if you have some for either or both of these games, please send it to me at 2600gamebygame@gmail.com. Thanks so much for listening!

Pertinent Links

Interview with Dennis Caswell by Mat Allen
Dennis Caswell's web site
Escape From The Mindmaster on Atari Protos (Labyrinth page link at bottom)
Complete Playthrough by Spolan
No Swear Gamer 270 - Escape From The Mindmaster!
Scott Stilphen's Easter egg page for Escape From The Mindmaster


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Direct download: 127_Part_1_-_Escape_From_The_Mindmaster_by_Starpath.mp3
Category:Video Games -- posted at: 6:10am EDT

This is a special episode featuring Phil from the No Swear Gamer channel on Youtube and the Atari 7800 Game by Game podcast. Phil was nice enough to send me a large audio submission talking about all of the games since his last submission, so I made it into its own episode. Huge thanks to Phil for doing this, please help me say thank you by checking out his stuff. I also explain a little about what is next for this podcast. Thank you all very much for listening, I hope you enjoyed your summer!

Classic Gaming Bookcast by Chris Federico (RGR Forum post, has all the links where you can buy the book)
Bally Alley Astrocast
Omega Race controller hack by Thomas Jentzsch

Direct download: Atari_10400_Game_by_Game_Podcast_featuring_the_No_Swear_Gamer.mp3
Category:Video Games -- posted at: 6:02am EDT

Part 2 of episode 126 is all about Krull by Atari. Thanks for your continued patience with me, I wasn't feeling great this week. The next episode will hopefully have 2 games, those being Sword of Saros and Escape From The Mindmaster by Starpath. Like I mentioned in the show, I am shooting to publish this 2 weeks from this past Wednesday, but if it does get delayed, it should be the last time that happens for awhile. Again, thank you for your patience and for listening, it really means a lot to me.

Atari In-House Promo film, featuring 1983 new releases
The No Swear Gamer 262 - Krull!
Web page on Dave Staugas' NeoChrome
Krull on Atari Protos
Krull on KLOV
Krull on Internet Pinball Database
Ian's Risk of Rain video
Wade's 1632 ATARI podcaST
My friend Bill's website
Bill's Youtube page
Mr. Moribund's Theater of Terror!

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Direct download: 126_Part_2_-_Krull_by_Atari.mp3
Category:Video Games -- posted at: 12:36am EDT

Yes, another split episode. I just wanted to get something out there, this is the best way for me to do that right now. Maybe it's the way I should be doing this, who knows? That was the original plan. At any rate, this episode is all about Battlezone by Atari, and next time I will cover Krull and the feedback for both games. So if you have any thoughts on either game, you still have time to send it to me at 2600gamebygame@gmail.com. Thank you so much for listening!

Pertinent Links

Battlezone on Atari Protos
Battlezone on KLOV
Michael Feinstein blog post about GCC and Atari
Voice Commander unit picture in AA thread (Post 19)
Voice Commander unit drawing in 1983 Atari catalog on AA
Brown label Battlezone cartridge
Brown Battlezone box
Battlezone Tank Control hack by Thomas Jentzsch
The No Swear Gamer 261 - Battlezone
I was wrong, new VR version of Battlezone will be released by Rebellion in October. Bad podcaster!

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Direct download: 126_Part_1_-_Battlezone_by_Atari.mp3
Category:Video Games -- posted at: 7:23am EDT

This is part 2 of episode 125, where I discuss California Games by Epyx, and read and listen to your feedback on all the Epyx games. Next up is Battlezone and Krull, both by Atari. I am hoping to watch the Krull movie before the episode since it is available on YouTube. If you have any feedback on these games, as always you can send it to me at 2600gamebygame@gmail.com. Please be sure to check out Geekade's Twitch channel on August 20th for their Pain in the Ass-a-thon, which is a charity benefit for the Colon Cancer Alliance. You can donate during the 24 stream at the Twitch site. Thanks for listening!

Pertinent Links

Epyx on C64 Wiki
History of Epyx on the Dot Eaters
Peter Engelbrite's web site
Peter Engelbrite interview by Gregory George
Inspired Idea web site
Fuddy Duddy Games
Steve Baker's web site from 2008
Steve Baker's Pachinko game
Steve Baker interview by Scott Stilphen
Steve Baker interview by Randy Kindig, Antic podcast
Steve Baker interview by Willie, ArKay and Captain Bob, Atari 5200 Super Podcast
Tod Frye interview by Randy Kindig, Antic Podcast
No Swear Gamer 175 - Summer Games
No Swear Gamer 259 - Winter Games
No Swear Gamer 260 - California Games
1997 Online Telegames Atari 2600 catalog
Atari Bytes Podcast
Atari Kong Podcast
Tupacast!
Geekade Pain In The Ass-a-thon Facebook page
Sing's nutty eBay auction find for Stellar Track
Devin's Pac-Man creepy pasta on AA

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Direct download: 125_Part_2_-_California_Games_by_Epyx.mp3
Category:Video Games -- posted at: 7:13am EDT

Hello all, long time no see! Last night I knew that I wouldn't be able to get the whole show done. So instead of waiting until probably next week, I split the episode into 2 parts. Part 1 deals with Summer and Winter Games, and Part 2 will be about California Games and all of the feedback for all three. So you still have until Saturday to get feedback in if you'd like. Thank you as ever for your patience and for listening, I wouldn't be here without you!

Pertinent Links

No Swear Gamer Flashback Portable Announcement
Wade's Inverse Atascii podcast
Epyx on C64 Wiki
History of Epyx on the Dot Eaters
Peter Engelbrite's web site
Peter Engelbrite interview by Gregory George
Inspired Idea web site
Fuddy Duddy Games
Steve Baker's web site from 2008
Steve Baker's Pachinko game
Steve Baker interview by Scott Stilphen
Steve Baker interview by Randy Kindig, Antic podcast
Steve Baker interview by Willie, ArKay and Captain Bob, Atari 5200 Super Podcast
Tod Frye interview by Randy Kindig, Antic Podcast
No Swear Gamer 175 - Summer Games
No Swear Gamer 259 - Winter Games
No Swear Gamer 260 - California Games

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Direct download: 125_Part_1_-_Summer_Games_and_Winter_Games_by_Epyx.mp3
Category:Video Games -- posted at: 9:35am EDT

In this episode I talk with Bill Kendrick, founder and host of the Atari Party, which is an annual event held in Davis CA (this year on July 30th). Bill is also a co-host of the Atari XEGS Cart by Cart podcast, and also contributes a segment to the Antic Podcast. Thank you to Bill for talking with me, and thank you for listening!

Pertinent Links

New Breed Software
Atari Party 2016
Atari XEGS Cart by Cart Podcast
Antic, the Atari 8 Bit Podcast



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Direct download: Interview_with_Bill_Kendrick.mp3
Category:Video Games -- posted at: 3:06am EDT

After quite a long delay, episode 124 featuring Lost Luggage and Shark Attack is finally available. Thank you once again for your patience. Coming up in July will be an all-Epyx episode featuring Winter, Summer, and California Games. You can send your thoughts on these games or any others that I've done to me at 2600gamebygame@gmail.com. I sincerely hope you are all enjoying your summer, thanks for listening and I will see you all soon!

Ernie Runyon interview by Scott Stilphen
Ed Salvo interview by Scott Stilphen
Lochjaw Easter Eggs on 2600 Connection (Shark Attack Easter Eggs are about the same)
How to Beat the Home Video Games: Shark Attack
Lost Luggage jingle by Byron Parks
PM Magazine Games by Apollo piece
No Swear Gamer 250 - Shark Attack (Phil LOOOOOVES sharks)
No Swear Gamer 254 - Lost Luggage
Rama's Youtube channel
Easy To Learn, Hard To Master: The Fate of Atari Kickstarter campaign by 8bit generation
Super Podcast Bros. Podcast
Bill's Atari 8 bit Ads blog post about buying his Atari 400
Atari 2600 vs Channel F Chess on AA
Atari Party 2016!



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Direct download: 124_-_Lost_Luggage_and_Shark_Attack_by_Apollo.mp3
Category:Video Games -- posted at: 11:13am EDT



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