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Hi dudes,

The website Allgamers.fr made an article about the creation of Pong and Computer Space on the good old Colecovision. It's pretty expensive, but for the people who seeks for some exclusive games for their Colecovision, it could worth the deal.

110$ until 7th of December, 150$ after this date. Ouch...

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Arcade Lifestyle / Pac to the Future
« on: October 25, 2013, 02:23:29 PM »
Today, I ordered my first t-shirt at Qwertee (this one for the curious) and I have seen that there is a t-shirt design contest, here is a particulary cool one that you should like, vote and order soon if it passes in production:

Pac to the Future

Come on big boy, you know you want me...  ;D

By the way, where do you buy your geek t-shirts? I was at the FACTS fair in Genk last week-end, and most of the resellers displayed no less than 25€ per t-shirt, it's damn too expensive for what it is!  :shock:

EDIT: dude, I reeeeaaaaaaly hope they will print this one too:


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Arcade Lifestyle / The 90's Arcade Racer
« on: January 30, 2013, 02:41:22 PM »
Hello guys,

Did you noticed this new Kickstarter project?
Maybe its already have been discussed here?
By the way, like its title says, it's a 90's arcade racing game which lets you run with current graphics but in an old fashioned way.
As usual, pics are worth a thousand words:












All this for 10£, will you resist?  ;D

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Meetings, Exhibition, Events... / Nolan Bushnell at Neo Legend
« on: September 30, 2010, 11:35:49 AM »
Hello guys,

I think that some of you already know the french shop "Neo Legend" in Paris.
On the website of Misteriddler, the administrator of Gamoover, you can find the pics, some vids and footage of the visit of Nohan Bushnell for an interview for the french TV channel "Game One". The guy seems pretty cool, likes to talk with people never seen before, and was accompanied by Jeff Lapin, the big boss of Atari.

Even if you don't understand french, the pictures are very interesting, it's a one-life time meeting in the life of a true gamer!  :o


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