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  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALdFH36nF-Y Sorry - the video won't embed, but it's totally safe for work. It's like Breakout, but for two players. One controls the paddle, as in a normal Breakout game, and the other controls little men who try to rebuild the wall. There are two modes - one where the ball hits one block and rebounds, where you just have to make it through to the other side. The other mode has the ball going right through the wall and rebounding off the roof. In that mode, player one has to destroy the wall in its entirety, not just find a way through, and the little men move more quickly. After about two minutes, the game is over. This is a brilliant concept, and as far as I know, it has never been remade. Does anyone know of a similar game (similar in that the little men rebuild the wall?)
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    New Intellivision waste of time.

    The Videopac had one of the best games ever - Dambusters. What a brilliant contest - one player does the Breakout stuff, while the other tries to repair the walls. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALdFH36nF-Y
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    Super Nintendo Appreciation Thread

    Gotcha, thanks.
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    Super Nintendo Appreciation Thread

    I thought you were talking about Smash Tennis. Which game's Jp version is shite?
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    Super Nintendo Appreciation Thread

    What's wrong with the J version?
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    Super Nintendo Appreciation Thread

    Will have a gander at Smash Tennis then.
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    N64 Appreciation Thread

    I keep hearing great things about the Beetle (as in VW) racing game, but I've never played it, so I don't know if it lives up to its reputation.
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    PS1 Appreciation Thread

    That's it - thanks.
  9. I prefer physical books, but as I buy physical games rather than digital ones, I've bitten the bullet and mostly buy digital books. The exceptions are reference books. Ideally I've have both in physical form, but the space and moving costs are too much.
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    PS1 Appreciation Thread

    What game am I thinking of here - you had little soldiers like tic-tacs, and it was a real time strategy game. On the PS1, released in 1999 or 2000, I think. Any ideas?
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    Super Nintendo Appreciation Thread

    Besides Super Tennis, are there any other decent tennis games on the Super Famicom / SNES?
  12. I picked up a nice, boxed copy of Sky Kid on Famicom.
  13. Anyone know if the JP version of this has English language support?
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    Lucky finds to look out for in Japan

    You're right. I misposted. Europe is indeed second.

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