Sorry! No show this week. We've gone fishin'...
Just kidding! In episode 112, we've gone fishin' AND we're doing a show.
How is this possible? Well, obviously we're playing the 1980 Activision (squee!) game FISHING DERBY. So is playing this game like landing a lunker or is it the one that got away? And why, we wonder, are these fish derby-izing?
Unlike the typical fish story, we actually check the facts on this one. Pull up a bucket of chum and join us!
Thanks to Kevin McLeod at Incompetech.com for creative commons use of his songs "Take a Chance", "Pinball Spring" and "Reformat".
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We could have phoned in this week's episode, #111 to be specific.
We could have tossed Encounter at L-1 at you.
Maybe even L-2 with nary a thought.
Encounters L-3 and 4? Probably good enough.
But we here at ATARI BYTES believe that any encounters below L-5 are for chumps, which is why we've got for you:
ENCOUNTER AT L-5 from Data Age, 1982.
No need to thank me. But what do we find on our Encounter at L-5? Tune in to find out...
Thanks to Kevin McLeod at Incompetech.com for creative commons use of his songs "Reformat", "Take a Chance", "Pinball Spring, "Gustav Sting" and "No Frills Salsa".
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Episode 110 of the podcast is silent...but DEADLY.
That is to say, we're playing DEADLY DUCK, the 1982 20th Century Fox game. It's sort of like waterfowl nested inside a Space Invaders game and QUACKED everything up. Also, there are brick-wielding crabs and dragonflies armed with bombs. Because why not?
What story could I possibly make out of this? Hope I don't lay a (duck) egg on this one. Listen to find out if I do.
Thanks to Kevin McLeod at Incompetech.com for creative commons use of his songs "Take a Chance", "Reformat" and "Pinball Spring".