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93: It’s Not Pretty

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September 2020

As the “year of strange” marches on, we try to get back a sense of normalcy with this month’s show and and spend some quality time with our listeners.  To that end, we embark on our first ever “mailbag” show and respond to some long-waiting feedback and answer questions posted to both our Facebook page and our Twitter account.  Somewhere along the line, we lost count as to just how many we read on-air (20?) and we’ve easily got that many still in queue for “mailbag vol. 2″ so let us know if you enjoyed the format and would like to hear us do this again!

We also cover off on our normal gameroom and hobby updates (shattered pinball glass, anyone?) and catch up on just a little bit of news and give our thoughts on the upcoming Avengers: Infinity Quest from Stern Pinball, the DeepRoot (non)reveal and the upcoming C64

We also feature another panel discussion from the 2019 Portland Retro Gaming Expo as we hear from the legendary Howard Scott Warshaw as he talks about his time at Atari and developing some of the most beloved (and one ridiculed – unfairly, IMHO) Atari 2600 titles.

Lest we forget, we also announce the winner of our LitFrame contest!

Wherever you are in the world – we thank you for listening and hope that you and your family are safe and continue to be in good health.

We hope you enjoy the episode – thanks for listening and GAME ON!

 

92: Wakanda Forever

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August 2020 - it took a lot from us. 

The news of losing both Chadwick Boseman and Curt Vendell hurt and hurt badly as their contributions to the collective community are as meaningful in both number as they are in prolific and lasting impact.

With that, we reflect on the respective contributions from both and pay our due respects, then it’s back to business as usual with gameroom updates, spending some of Brent’s money, discussion on the new Pixel Planet Arcade that is opening soon in TN and we speculate a bit on the newest game release by Stern Pinball (Avengers: Infinity Quest).  Add to all of that and we feature a panel discussion (entitled “Dan Kitchen’s Goldrush”) from the 2019 Portland Retro Gaming Expo where Dan Kitchen talks about his upcoming game for the Atari 2600 (it’s a sequel to Activision’s Keystone Kapers) and is joined by his brother Garry Kitchen and prolific game designer David Crane.

Also – don’t forget to enter the Lit Frame’s contest giveaway!  We’re taking submissions until Midnight EST on Sept. 15th!

Wherever you are in the world – we thank you for listening and hope that you and your family are safe and continue to be in good health.

We hope you enjoy the episode!

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