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  1. #1
    REALLY?
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    Who still plays 80's arcade games?

    I found a killer site that has them all, and I've downloaded the Mame32rom and played a couple fravorites already, including Galaga and Pole Position.

    Check it out if you still dig those games and play them...

    Mame32 roms download featuring new version Mame32 v103b

    Here are the games.

    After Burner 2

    Air wolf

    Alien syndrome

    Altered Beast

    Asteroids

    Asteroids Deluxe

    A Tetris

    Battle 19422

    Battle 1943

    Batman

    Battlezone

    Bezerk

    Blade Master

    Black Panther

    Black Tiger

    Blaster

    Blockade

    Breakthrouh

    Cadillac's &Dinosaurs

    Cable

    Centipede

    Contra

    Crystal Castels

    Cruisin USA

    Defender

    Dig Dug

    Dig Dug 2

    Donkey Kong

    Donkey Kong jr.

    Frogger

    Galaga

    Galaga 88

    Galaxian

    Ghost Busters

    Gridelee

    Gorf

    Inferno

    Invaders

    Joust

    Karate Champ

    Kung fu Master

    Marble Madness

    Mario Brothers

    Mega attack

    Mega Man

    Mega zone

    Millipede

    Missile command

    Miss Pac man

    Mortal Kombat-v1

    Moon Patrol

    Pac land

    Pac Man

    Pac Mania

    Pac-n-Pal

    Pheonix

    Pin Ball

    Pittfall 2

    Pole Position

    Popeye

    Punch out

    Q-Bert

    Rambo 3

    Rampage

    Renegade

    Robo cop

    Rob Kid

    Sinbad

    Sea Cross

    Star wars

    Super breakout

    Super Pac man

    Swat

    Tasmania

    Tempest

    wheel of Fortune

    X-Men
    DJ, "Because I'm sure the world need's more dudes stalking the woods stoned out of their mind carrying a deadly weapon."

  2. #2
    M8 M12 M15 deez nuts
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    I’ve been using MAME since the 1990s for all my vintage coin-op fixes. All-time favourites include: Pac-Man, Moon Patrol, Sinistar, Tron (not the Discs of Tron, just the original), Xevious, Krull, Super Cobra, Star Wars, Crystal Castles, Pengo, Kangaroo, Qix, Burgertime, Tapper, Crazy Climber, Gyruss, Dig Dug, etc. Not quite the same as having the actual cabinets in your house. I used to own an upright Tron and an upright Dig Dug, it was great fun until I got married… then the cabinets had to go buh-bye.
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    I just found this stuff recently, I loved those games back in the day, untill I did a little research I knew it was theorectically possible to play these on PC but I didnt know the who, what, how, where, that I could get these on my PC. I'm lov'in it now.
    DJ, "Because I'm sure the world need's more dudes stalking the woods stoned out of their mind carrying a deadly weapon."

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    Suckin wind like a boss
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    I dont play much anymore, but I have been an avid gamer since the late 70s. Im about to go play some black ops actually (or BF3 if that crowd is online). i have a hard time regressing with games because the gameplay is so much stiffer, and the graphics are abysmal.

    i get it from a retro point of view, but it is more of a cheap fix for 15 minutes than actually getting into them for any length of time.
    If you arent bleeding, you arent riding hard enough.
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    I love these and have the full 19gig version on my pc at home. The joystick is plugged in permanent and never out of reach.

    Moon Cresta is my favourite. Pac Man, Space Invaders, Galaga and Galaxian all rate pretty highly with me.

    Be careful before you dive in, people. Once you do, it's all over - no turning back.

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