Remember those arcade games you played as a kid? They are still out there. Come with us and we will tell you all about what it is like to find, restore, maintain and play these old games. Interested in acquiring games and starting a collection or just hearing some stories and reminiscing about the arcades and games of the past? This is the podcast you've been looking for.
This month we play "Bally's answer to Pac-Man", The Adventures of Robby Roto! We have a thought provoking email regarding Fake BS, talk about cleaning games and Ian has a surprise new pickup. Enjoy!
In this episode, we MAME it up with Taito's classic, KRAM. We field some voicemail, give a little dust washer PSA and learn how to soothe the savage beast. All this and our, always enlightening, gameroom updates. Enjoy!
The Meatball on the Horizon
This month we gather together to play Juno First as our MAME of the Episode. We field a voicemail on MAME frontends and games in rental properties. We also talk about pinball licensing and official repro parts/patches for Williams games and a new FPGA cat box project. All this and our gameroom updates. Enjoy!
In this episode we visit the construction zone known as Exidy's Hard Hat. Discuss high score documentaries and their 'celebrity' subjects, FPGA vs MAME and our favorite multi-player games. We also talk about setting up a basic PCB test bench and update you on our gamerooms. Enjoy!
Doe Mino Man
In this episode we dive into a discussion on regional game availablity from back in the day, is Gyruss really just a knock-off of Galaga and, which is better, a low serial number game or a numbers matching game? We play and discuss the Midway classic, Domino Man. All this and gameroom updates too. Enjoy!
Meat Is Murder
In this episode, we chucked all the meat to save the baby pigs in Konami's Pooyan. We do a little beer tasting courtesy of Pretentious Barrel House. Talk about the finer points of desoldering and more. Enjoy!
Good podcast. The only thing stopping it from getting a 7-star rating is the language. Not enough cursing.
Not a family friendly show
I know I'll get a lot of grief for saying this. The latest show started of with a string of bar talk Nothing against that but if they want to go mainstream it needs to be presentable to a general audience I share my love for classic arcades with my family. I can't play this with my teens in the car
~ Meh ~
~ Low Energy ~ sort of like CSPAN for arcade collectors.