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  1. #21
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    Re: Classic Arcade Games

    You can play a lot of the flash ones here at the Xchange too **motions to 'arcade' link in the welcome panel**

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    Re: Classic Arcade Games

    Oh! That is totally awesome!

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    Re: Classic Arcade Games

    I love Outrun and AfterburnerII.

    Afterburner had force-feedback! It's a thrill to play the arcade version.
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    Thumbs up Re: Classic Arcade Games

    I miss the old Apple ][ games as well,
    anyone remember the q-bert rip off?
    aztec, wolfenstien, wizardry,ultima I-IV,
    Lode Runner, Moon Patrol, karateka,
    I hacked robotron to skip levels and change the graphics and enemies

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    Re: Classic Arcade Games

    Anyone actually collect any original arcade games?

    here is my personal website:
    http://www.arcade-classics.com

    eXidy

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    Re: Classic Arcade Games

    I liked Tempest & Star Castle on the big ol arcades.

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    Re: Classic Arcade Games

    Hey Roem, I know where to get hold of Space Invaders and asteroids for Php.

    This place HAD Pacman too until the "nice" folks at namco threatened a lawsuit if he didn't pull the plug on it.

    Aw What the heck! Here's the link Roem:
    http://www.neave.com/games/

    Click the Download Flash MX Source links
    Last edited by Diofan; 5-02-05 at 10:22 PM.

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    Re: Classic Arcade Games

    Very Cool!! Man that pac-man is hard using the arrows

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    Re: Classic Arcade Games

    my roomates and i have a full street fighter II arcade and tmnt arcade setup...they are missing some panels on the side, but for the most part they run great!

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    Re: Classic Arcade Games

    man I wish somebody would update these links. None of the games work!

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    Re: Classic Arcade Games

    Quote Originally Posted by spicytuna View Post
    man I wish somebody would update these links. None of the games work!
    You still can find most of them here: http://www.tripletsandus.com/80s/80s_games/arcade.htm

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    Re: Classic Arcade Games

    thanks!

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    Re: Classic Arcade Games

    Xcellent games

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    Re: Classic Arcade Games

    i always thought galaga was a good one

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    Re: Classic Arcade Games

    I'd have thought Donkey Kong would have been your favorite!!

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    Re: Classic Arcade Games

    well i never really played donkey kong all that much... wait....who's there....oh nooooooooo vampires ...zombies... heeeeeeeeeeeeelp....someone save me.

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    Oh NO YOU DON't get back here you @ss!!!

    "Good" Catholic Girl, Vampire Queen
    Forever Stalkee/ing Princess of Tempest Frost (who's stalking who?!?!)
    Actively stalking Diofan and my dear DJDaffy!!
    Sweetest with WOWthe80s (NO, we AREN'T gay!!!)
    Top Cat's Partner in Crime!
    Corrupting Torchwood ... and anyone else I can brainwash!!!
    No more secrets but I still have a naughty side!!
    BlackDragon's everything HAWT!!


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    Re: Classic Arcade Games

    There's an online store that sells both TV Plug & Play versions and full arcade size versions of '80s classic games. The Plug & Play versions are pretty sweet - I have one for Ms. Pac-Man. They're only like $25.00 or something, but they have the arcade graphics and sounds of the original games. Plus, the joystick has the games programmed in, so you just plug it into your TV, and you're set. I just saw they have Pac-Man and the Atari joystick, which has 10 of the Atari 2600 classics programmed in. This site also sells full size version of Ms. Pac-Man and Donkey Kong. They even had Air Hockey! Wish I could afford that one. Anyway, the site is www.awesomeavenue.biz.

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    $3500 for MSpacman/Galaga combo??

    Talk about taking advantage of how GOOD these games are and charging as much as possible!!

    I am wondering why a C64 version of Midways "Ms Pacman" didnt ever come out.. (I have an Atari version on my C64 and its 98% the same as Midways (Some sounds are slightly different and the high scores dont save))

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    It's funny, I know the owner of that site. Those games are actually brand new. They're not old systems that have been refurbished. They're fresh from the factory. Plus, what I like is that they have other games in them. That combo I think comes with regular and Jr. Pac-Man too. Plus I know they'll ship the unit for free. Considering that thing is so big, it needs to be trucked, that's at least $400 I don't have to pay. I was thinking about getting one, but then the gas prices...well you know. But if I had the money, I would definitely pick one up. Did you see those Plug & Plays? Those are pretty cool.

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