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miner2049er
30-09-16, 05:04
Well, we lost the Live News segment but we gave you a bonus interview in its place.

Soz.

TOPICS COVERED IN THE SHOW
Hardware Flashback - (00:00)
Dinosaur Pie - (16:13)
Guinness Gaming Records - (1:11:54)
Electric Dragon: Legion Black - (1:16:44)
Bruce Sheffer Interview - (1:21:44)
Top Ten Budget Arcade Games - (2:11:18)
Gaming Trivia - (3:39:50)
Pixeliser: Tetris A (Game Boy) - (3:41:43)
All Aboard The Ali Express - (3:43:53)
Live News And Listener Views - (3:55:25)
Abari Game Bar Interview - (4:19:53)
URLs And EMails - (5:15:56)

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Leathco
01-10-16, 07:33
Pulling it down now, going to give it a listen at work tomorrow. Looking forward to the budget arcade top ten.

spinal
10-10-16, 06:55
Another good one, shame the news got lost.
Why keep a backup only until one side is saved? surely it would be best to keep hold of it until the podcast has gone out?

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Another good one, shame the news got lost.
Why keep a backup only until one side is saved? surely it would be best to keep hold of it until the podcast has gone out?

miner2049er
12-10-16, 10:35
Yeah, we live and learn.

Vipp
29-10-16, 06:58
I don't use facebook so you guys will have to let Mr Butler know he has feedback here. After listening to Dinosaur pie this episode i was quite happy to hear the idea of Butler working on a pixel art book. He mentions asking people on friendface for suggestions but i don;t use it so im buggered. Anyway the games i'd love to see covered are -

Blood Money (Amiga)
Time Bandit (Amiga)
Axel's Magic Hammer (Amiga)
The Plague (Amiga)
Shadow of the beast (Amiga)
Venus the Flytrap (Amiga)

Any of these games would secure my money Mr Butler, I have no idea how these games were made and i'd LOVE more infomation on The Plague and Axels magic hammer - the internet seems to be quite shy of info!

here are some images of the games (With the exzception of Shadow of the beast, we all know that one quite well!) -

1813 1814 1815 1816 1817

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I don't use facebook so you guys will have to let Mr Butler know he has feedback here. After listening to Dinosaur pie this episode i was quite happy to hear the idea of Butler working on a pixel art book. He mentions asking people on friendface for suggestions but i don;t use it so im buggered. Anyway the games i'd love to see covered are -

Blood Money (Amiga)
Time Bandit (Amiga)
Axel's Magic Hammer (Amiga)
The Plague (Amiga)
Shadow of the beast (Amiga)
Venus the Flytrap (Amiga)

Any of these games would secure my money Mr Butler, I have no idea how these games were made and i'd LOVE more infomation on The Plague and Axels magic hammer - the internet seems to be quite shy of info!

here are some images of the games (With the exzception of Shadow of the beast, we all know that one quite well!) -

1813 1814 1815 1816 1817