Good morrow gentle Swain! Alright, enough of that. This week we are looking at Sir Lancelot by Xonox, maybe a Joust tipoff but it's a lot of fun! Next month is October already, sheesh. We'll be celebrating all month with S C A R Y games! First up will be the Homebrew game Skeleton+ by Eric Ball, followed by the wonderful Frankenstein's Monster by Data Age. I'm really looking forward to these games, and I hope you are too! iIf you have feedback for either game, please send it to me at 2600gamebygame@gmail.com. I will need feedback for Skeleton+ by October $th, and October 18th for Frankenstein's Monster. Thanks so much for listening!

Sir Lancelot on Random Terrain

Xonox Press Kit on Atarimania

Xonox on GDRI

Gordon Martin and Associates on GDRI

Sir Lancelot manual on Atari Compendium

Kurt Howe Memorial thread on Atari Age

 

Direct download: Sir_Lancelot_by_Xonox.mp3
Category:Video Games -- posted at: 11:36am EST

Long time no see doc! *smak* This week we are discussing the prototype/reproduction game Bugs Bunny, originally from Atari. This Bob Polaro/Alan Murphy collaboration was shelved in the 80s and finally saw limited release at the late, lamented Philly Classic in 2002. It's a beautiful game that I hope you will seek out and try. Coming up next is Sir Lancelot by Xonox. If you have feedback for this guy, please send it to me at 2600gamebygame@gmail.com by September 21st at 10 PM EST. You get a smidge more time for this one, then hopefully I'll get back on track and stay that way. HA HA HA HA. Thank you again for all the kind words about the Space Shuttle episode, and thank you so much for listening.

Bugs Bunny on Atari Protos

Bob Polaro's web page

Bob Polaro interview by Sarah Szefer

Bob Polaro interview by Al Backiel

Alan Murphy on Artstation

Atari Promo Video 1983 Bugs Bunny Footage

Photos from Philly Classic 3/Bugs Bunny release

Atari2600.com Bugs Bunny Press Release

Atari Compendium Easter Egg page

Easter egg thread on Atari Age

Video Dames 0 by Kate Willaert

Porno Hustlers of the Atari Age by Kate Willaert on Kotaku

Direct download: Bugs_Bunny_by_Atari.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:14am EST

The day many of you have been waiting for (and waiting and waiting, sorry about that) is finally here. Today is the finale of the Summer of Shuttles, and I am covering Space Shuttle by Activision. I'm not a simulator fan at all, so I hope I have done this game justice and I hope you enjoy the episode. Coming up pretty quick since I want to keep my schedule is the prototype game Bugs Bunny by Atari. I said in the episode to get me your feedback by the 10th, but let's change that to the 11th at 10PM EST, because when I recorded the episode I thought it would go out on the same day. You can send your feedback to me at 2600gamebygame@gmail.com. Thank you again for your patience, and as always, thank you for listening.

Space Shuttle on Random Terrain

Space Shuttle on Atari Protos

Electronic Fun article February 1984

Video and Computer Gaming Illustrated article January 1984 (yes, there is no page 75)

Video Game Update article November 1983 (Atari Compendium)

Computer Chronicles episode February 1984

Space Shuttle manual on Atari Age

Space Shuttle Pilot patch on Digital Press

Space Shuttle Commander patch on Digital Press

STS 3 page on Spacefacts

AA thread with Nukey Shay's fuel and docking hacks

Barbara Morgan watches the Challenger 1986

Space Shuttle Operator's Manual by Kerry Mark Joels

Antic Interview 420 with Brenda Laurel

Space Camp home page

Space Camp Movie on Youtube

Direct download: Space_Shuttle_by_Activision.mp3
Category:Video Games -- posted at: 4:23am EST

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