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    Default Intellivisionaries Episode 13 is up!

    Las Vegas Poker & Blackjack review. Interview with programmer/designer David Rolfe. Classic Gaming Expo 2014 coverage (“IQ” competition, listener ’roundtable’ discussions, and episode recording sessions – all done in Las Vegas). Plus Feedback, News, Mentions and more.


    http://intellivisionaries.com/episod...and-blackjack/


    Episode Timeline:

    0:00:00 – Turn on that tube TV to ch.3 and play Blackjack!
    0:00:50 – The Intellivisionaries Theme by Paul ‘Nurmix’ Nurminen
    0:02:11 – Welcome and discussion
    0:18:03 – Ken Smith promo
    0:18:19 – Feedback
    0:21:14 – George! (1)
    0:21:57 – Feedback (continued)
    0:23:34 – The Odyssey 2 speaks!
    0:23:55 – Feedback (continued)
    0:24:59 – Intermission
    0:25:41 – Feedback (continued)
    0:27:14 – Luke promo (1)
    0:27:39 – Feedback (continued)
    0:27:59 – Intellivisionaries promo (1)
    0:28:05 – Feedback (continued)
    0:29:40 – RetroGaming Roundup promo
    0:29:52 – Feedback (continued)
    0:33:34 – The Odyssey 2 speaks! (to Karen Overstreet)
    0:33:52 – Feedback (continued)
    0:37:44 – Braceface (band) – “I Remember Intellivision”
    0:39:45 – Non-Intellivision Mentions of Significance…
    0:46:11 – George! (2)
    0:46:58 – News
    0:49:49 – Hal Finney – games tribute
    0:50:51 – News (continued)
    0:52:18 – Star Strike TV commercial (another Hal Finney game)
    0:52:48 – News (continued)
    0:57:12 – Robo-Ferg?
    0:57:23 – News (continued)
    0:58:05 – “We Were There” (Intellivision Flashback commercial)
    0:59:50 – News (continued)
    1:01:26 – Extra-Life charity promo
    1:03:20 – “IQ” (Intellivision Quotient) CGE competition (at our booth)
    1:22:05 – 1979 Intellivision demo video (part 1)
    1:22:54 – Luke promo (2)
    1:23:09 – Inty chip-tune break: Nils Feske – “Rectangular Waves"*
    1:24:26 – CGE Roundtable – session 1
    1:49:04 – Channel F Files promo
    1:49:20 – Intellivisionaries promo (2)
    1:49:25 – Las Vegas Poker & Blackjack game review (part 1)
    2:11:10 – Interview: David Rolfe (part 1)
    2:42:12 – 1979 Intellivision demo video (part 2)
    2:42:52 – Interview: David Rolfe (part 2)
    2:55:11 – 1979 Intellivision demo video (part 3)
    2:56:27 – Interview: David Rolfe (part 3)
    3:08:32 – 1979 Intellivision demo video (part 4)
    3:09:30 – Interview: David Rolfe (part 4)
    3:19:25 – 1979 Intellivision demo video (part 5)
    3:20:13 – RVG (UK gaming website) promo
    3:20:37 – Parker Brothers games TV commercial
    3:21:06 – CGE Roundtable – session 2
    3:57:22 – Las Vegas Poker & Blackjack game review (part 2) + wrap-up and sign off (“Treasured” by Paul ‘Nurmix’ Nurminen)

    4:13:36 – Happy Birthday Intellivisionaries!

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    Halfway through another great episode! Thanks again guys. BTW, what difficulty setting was used for Frog Bog in the competition?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck D. Head View Post
    Halfway through another great episode! Thanks again guys. BTW, what difficulty setting was used for Frog Bog in the competition?
    Hey, Chuck. Thanks for the kind words.

    In Frog Bog, everyone hit the disc to start, then were allowed to choose from the 3 control methods:

    - jumping arc and tongue automatic
    - jumping arc (height and direction) controlled by the disc, tongue automatic
    - jumping arc (height and direction) controlled by the disc, tongue controlled by side buttons

    I'm not 100% certain, but I think it was about a 50/50 split between full auto and full control.

    This began with 6 players. The 3 top players went on to a Q&A round (correct answers earned them more time), then played Night Stalker. More Q&A, then TRON Deadly Discs. The final 2 went on to play [Triple Action] Biplanes for the big prize; an Intellivision Flashback with the limited edition Blue Sky Rangers autographed sleeve.

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