|Atari 2600 / VCS||Street Racer||1978||NTSC - Game 21, Difficulty B||99||1||view leader board|
|NTSC - Game 22, Difficulty B||99||1||view leader board|
|M.A.M.E.||Angler Dangler (Cassette)||Points||55,400||1||view leader board|
|Astro Fantasia (Cassette)||Points||14,080||1||view leader board|
|Burger Time [Data East Set 1]||Points||7,837,750||1||view leader board|
|Flying Ball [Cassette]||Points||104,750||1||view leader board|
|Kamikaze Cabbie||Points||65,940||1||view leader board|
|Manhattan (Cassette)||Points||16,850||1||view leader board|
|Mission-X [Cassette]||Points||24,240||1||view leader board|
|Night Star [Cassette, set 1]||Points||97,250||1||view leader board|
|Rootin' Tootin' / La-Pa-Pa [Cassette]||Points||66,620||1||view leader board|
|Skater (cassette)||Points||111,500||1||view leader board|
|Treasure Island [Cassette, set 1]||Points||34,676||1||view leader board|
|Vectrex||Bedlam||NTSC/PAL - Game 1||35,975||1||view leader board|
|Blitz||1998||NTSC/PAL - Game 1 - Biggest Blowout||42||1||view leader board|
|Pole Position||1983||NTSC/PAL - Points||77,400||1||view leader board|
|Spike Goes Skiing||NTSC/PAL - Points||5,140||1||view leader board|
|Tour De France||NTSC/PAL - Game 1 - Fastest Completion||01:10.74||1||view leader board|
|Vectrace||NTSC/PAL - Points||3,980||1||view leader board|
|M.A.M.E.||Scrum Try [Cassette, set 1]||Points||21,730||2||view leader board|
|Zeroize [Cassette]||Points||57,400||2||view leader board|
|Vectrex||Web Wars||NTSC/PAL - Points||278,647||2||view leader board|
|Atari 2600 / VCS||Skiing||1980||NTSC - Game 01, Difficulty AA [Fastest Time]||32.92||4||view leader board|
|NTSC - Game 05, Difficulty BB [Fastest Time]||27.79||4||view leader board|
|M.A.M.E.||A.D. 2083||Points||86,000||5||view leader board|
|Atari 2600 / VCS||Skiing||1980||NTSC - Game 01, Difficulty BB [Fastest Time]||32.73||6||view leader board|
|Night Driver||1978||NTSC - Game 1, Difficulty A||79||10||view leader board|
I mumble, and try to talk over a hairdryer a couple of times, but the video quality is good.
I have seen some scary videos of this process, but it can be done without damaging the controller if you are careful.
With original controllers being required for submissions, and the supply of them
Would like to see others "Wonderlands", not sure why I'm doing this, thought it may be a mildly amusing break from adjudicating(Lotta scores lately!!!)
I showed you mine, now show me yours!
Not sure why I feel like this is the moment to go here, so to speak.
I'm not a competitive person, really. I've mentioned this before.
With a lot of competitive gamers, there REALLY seems to be resentment, disrespect, and overall "uncameraderie"(?) among some players.
Found this in a small-town antique store...
75 bucks... Looks brand-new... OMGOMGOMG!!!
Armor Attack, Cosmic Chasm, Star Trek, and Blitz! carts,6 various overlays, 2 controllers.
All works perfectly, I need to take one of the controllers apart,
Not sure if it's just me, but peoples names started showing up on "likes" and "thanks".
I totally understand why that would be done, but on a site like this, I don't know if it is a good idea.
I like full-disclosure, life is easier that way. I typically say what