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Jace Hall
11-04-2019 at 08:11 PM
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Took some time to go through the offline archives.....

When I took over Twin Galaxies, I received a lot of materials - much more data than there has been time to fully examine every inch of.

With the discovery of that 2006 poster regarding the Donkey Kong score, I wondered if I had access to that original material somewhere so I started casually looking.

Well I found it, along with a whole bunch of other historic stuff.

It will take me a long time to go through it all and structure what to do with it, but I figured I'd post some various items from time to time.

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  1. Snowflake's Avatar

    i love this old stuff. www.ataricompendium.com has a lot of old magazines scanned in, and not just atari stuff, intelliviosn stuff do, anything from that time period. so much to go through.

    as much as i jump on the drama train, i hope people can appreciate the old articles for more than just the drama.

  2. Jace Hall's Avatar

    I have basically found everything that Walter made for TG, as well as everything he ever scanned in... as far as I can tell...

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  3. Snowflake's Avatar

    my comment seemed not to go through, hopefully this wont be a duplicate...


    have you considred mass uploading everything to its own section no organization needed so we can help you go through it?

  4. Jace Hall's Avatar

    Quote Originally Posted by Snowflake

    my comment seemed not to go through, hopefully this wont be a duplicate...


    have you considred mass uploading everything to its own section no organization needed so we can help you go through it?

    Haven't thought that far. Just want to go through it all first and see what is there....

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  5. datagod's Avatar

    Speaking of history, I just played Bloood: Fresh Supply. I can't un-hear your voice Jace. :)

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    Do you have the poster of posters?

  7. The Evener's Avatar

    Quote Originally Posted by Jace Hall

    I have basically found everything that Walter made for TG, as well as everything he ever scanned in... as far as I can tell...

    That's great news - you've inherited the makings of an incredible archive of TG and video game history material. Organizing and cataloguing the material will be a huge step in getting control over what you have and how to find it. If you're looking for some archival/library guidance after you've taken a pass through everything, let me know. Looking forward to seeing more material on your wall!

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