2600 Game by Game
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M*A*S*H by 20th Century Fox

September 11, 2019 2600 Game by Game

In this episode we take a look at the 20th Century Fox game M*A*S*H, and also do a mini Bonus Track on the TV show, sorry about that. Next up on the show will be Quest For Quintana Roo by Sunrise. If you have any feedback on this game, please

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Malagai by Answer Software

August 28, 2019 2600 Game by Game

Hi there, thanks so much for your patience for the last 6 months of my podcast drought. Today I bring you Malagai by Answer Software, and I also discuss their Personal Game Programmer. Next up on the show will be M*A*S*H by 20th Century Fox. If you have any feedback

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Crackpots by Activision

February 6, 2019 2600 Game by Game

Today’s episode is about Crackpots, the Activision game that was the first 2600 game by Dan Kitchen, who went on to make many more (and is still making them!). I hope that you enjoy the episode. Next on the podcast is Malagai, by Answer Software. If you have this game,

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Pengo by Atari

January 27, 2019 2600 Game by Game

This episode is all about the very cute Sega arcade game Pengo, as ported by Atari. Not by GCC, which is surprising for this time period. I hope that you enjoy the episode. Next up is Crackpots by Activision. If you have any thoughts on Crackpots, please get them to

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Interview – Jeff Ronne, Tron Deadly Discs

January 21, 2019 2600 Game by Game

Greetings and welcome to my hopefully new feature, interview episodes! First up is Jeff Ronne, who was the programmer for Tron Deadly Discs from M Network. I really enjoyed talking with him and I am grateful to him for his time. He’s an interesting guy and also one of the

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Tron Deadly Discs by M Network

January 9, 2019 2600 Game by Game

Happy New Year! The first episode of 2019 is all about Tron Deadly Discs, by M Network, a tiny little division of Mattel Electronics. Please stay tuned to the feed for an interview with programmer Jeff Ronne. I enjoyed talking with him and I hope that you will give it