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And yet, players were teased with a handful of astonishing games and then that was it. So, "what could have been," comes to mind for me a lot. And the phrase tragically untapped. What I'm wondering is why nobody has brought up the initiative of making new games. The last two were arcade conversations. They were not original, but they are, of course, phenomenal. I mean, two of the best titles, you know are WAR (which is a conversion of WORLORDS) and, of course, CRAZY CLIMBER. You were in charge of all the packaging and EPROM burning for those. I'm not saying... Adam: Partially. Partially. For all of one of them I was, but the other one was handled by a man name Ken Lill. I did... I came up with the package design and stuff like that, and made a lot to make it happen. But, I didn't program the games. No. Chris: Right. But I mean, somebody else did the coding, but didn't you have all the cartridge shells. And you were burning... Adam: I made sure it all happened. Chris: Okay. Adam: Yeah. I mean, I didn't do all the work though. Chris: Okay. Adam: It helped that I was there. Put it that way. Chris: We're talking about CRAZY CLIMBER, mainly, right? Because you helped with WAR as well. Adam: Yeah. I did both. Yeah. Chris. Okay. Adam: Um-hum. Chris: And you wrote some of the back of the box copy. Adam: I did all of that. Yeah. Chris: As expensive and limited as such a run would be, that's not really quite what I'm talking about. As having to go through all that to give people physical, boxes copies, I guess. Another reason why people might not have written anymore Astrocade games is that the relatively few surviving consoles could be prone to overheating themselves to death at any time. But, then there's emulation. Adam: Right. Chris: MESS is all that we have, and it's not perfect. So, wouldn't that be the first step for somebody to write a really good Astrocade emulator? I would do it, if I knew how. Adam: Yes. If there's one of you out there who's like, "Who couldn't wr... Read more↗

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