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Stay Smokin,
Hot-Toddy
Co-Founder / Pittsburgh Underground

Sunday, September 9, 2012

Fundays At 420: Retro Gaming Day!!!


Greetings programs to another pixel-ishous episode of Fundays at 420! Today, the gang from Pittsburgh Underground is feeling a little nostalgic for the days of Pac-Man, Galaga, and Donkey Kong! Remember the good ol' days when video games cost a quarter, Cyndi Lauper was on all the radio stations, and you could still drink swimming pools full of Sharkleberry Fin Kool-Aid? Ah... the days of 80's excess!!!

With that said, the name of the game for this week's Fundays At 420 is Retro-Gaming in the comfort of your own home. So sit back, drop in a virtual quarter and enjoy some classics 8bit action from they hey-days of arcade action!!!

NOTE: Just like in arcades of yore, it's gonna get LOUD so if you need to turn down your speakers, do so before continuing...

CLICK TO CONTINUE TO THE PU ARCADE!!!


Asteroids (Original by Atari, 1979)


Pac-Man (Original by Midway, 1980)


Galaga (Original by Namco/Midway, 1981)



Frogger (Original by Sega, 1981)


Donkey Kong (Original by Nintendo, 1981)

QIX (Original by Taito, 1981)



Joust (Original by Williams Electronics, 1982)


Xevious (Originaly by Namco / Atari, 1982)


Burgertime (Original by Data East, 1982)



Q*Bert (Original by Gottlieb, 1982)


HAVE A GREAT FUNDAY EVERYONE!!!

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