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About datagod
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I am a database architect who specializes in building and maintaining enterprise class database systems. I have always had a passion for gaming, and recently have fallen back in love with arcade gaming in particular. I have taken the odd photo here and there.
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William McEvoy - Number of Rankings: 20
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Platform Game Version Variation Scores/Time Rank
Arcade 1942 - Bootleg / Multigame points 204,010 1 view leader board
M.A.M.E. Space Tactics Points 211,900 1 view leader board
PC Shadow of Mordor Trials of War - Test of Speed - Fastest Time 12:09.0 1 view leader board
M.A.M.E. 1943: The Battle of Midway [US] Single player - NO special codes allowed - First Level Only 232,200 2 view leader board
Donkey Kong 1982 Most Wall Jumps on a Rivet Board 31 2 view leader board
Nova 2001 Points, Hardest Difficulty 277,960 2 view leader board
Robotron: 2084 ROBO-Novice Training Camp (NOOB) 234,425 2 view leader board
PC Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved Points, full screen, 1920 x 1080 resolution 160,100 2 view leader board
M.A.M.E. Exerion Points 503,400 3 view leader board
Nova 2001 [Japan] Points 357,640 3 view leader board
1943: The Battle of Midway [US] Single player max points NO special codes allowed 1,041,540 4 view leader board
Green Beret Highest Score Completing Stage 1 on 1st Life 42,300 5 view leader board
Arcade Twin Cobra Points [Single Player Only] 446,450 9 view leader board
M.A.M.E. Robotron: 2084 [Solid Blue label] Points [Marathon Settings] 266,775 11 view leader board
1943: The Battle of Midway [US] Points [Single Player Only] 1,100,810 13 view leader board
Green Beret Points [1st Life Only] 75,900 14 view leader board
Jail Break Points [Tournament Settings] 37,800 22 view leader board
Green Beret Points 87,850 23 view leader board
Zoo Keeper [Set 1] Points 306,000 27 view leader board
1942 [Set 1] Points [Single Player Only] 151,300 64 view leader board

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Lots of money being made

by datagod on 03-01-2017 at 07:53 PM
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Check out the earnings of the top 10 console players! I am proud to see that 20% of the players are from Canada. :)


ArPiCade Awesomenes!

by datagod on 02-22-2017 at 02:10 PM
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So I bought the ArPiCade for my birthday from High Score Saves. Installing it was a piece of cake. I first made a backup of the memory card (came pre-loaded and configured with Attract Mode). I then dropped the pi onto the jamma board,

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Updated 02-22-2017 at 04:55 PM by datagod

Congratulations to Twin Galaxies members

by datagod on 02-20-2017 at 04:24 PM


I just wanted to take a minute to congratulate the newest members of the "I am on a trading card!" club.

As part of Walter Day's Superstars of 2017, big congratulations go out to Aaron

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Updated 02-22-2017 at 04:48 PM by datagod

Commanding Missiles

by datagod on 02-17-2017 at 04:15 PM
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This is Bill Carlton. I met him at the Kong Off 3 in Denver. He is the star of the movie High Score. Good little movie. Great magazine cover.

CD games in a cereal box?

by datagod on 02-16-2017 at 02:30 PM
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While digging through my treasure chests, I found this CD. It is a Toy Story game that my company distributed via cereal boxes.

In 1999 I worked as a data warehouse developer for a company called Netactive. We were pioneering Digital Rights Management and were the first company to distribute

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Updated 02-16-2017 at 02:42 PM by datagod

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