Wednesday, September 19, 2018

EPISODE 09: Chip's Challenge

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#PA2028, Published by Atari

Here I cover one of the best-known games of all time, Chip's Challenge, released in September of 1989; it is one of the five launch titles for the original Atari Lynx. In this episode I've included a complete survey of the credits, gameplay, music, and sound effects for Chip's Challenge. Plus, as usual, I have reviews, listener feedback, current prices, some trivia, and some fun facts about the game. So grab a bag of chips and munch down while you listen; this game is a real puzzler!

CHIP'S CHALLENGE VITAL STATISTICS

Release Date: September of 1989
Initial retail price: $34.95
Cartridge: 128kb stereo cartridge available in all three styles (flat, ridged, and curved lip)

Genre: Puzzle/maze game for one player.
Screen/playfield orientation: landscape (horizontal).
Other Ports: The Amstrad CPC (1990), Atari ST (1990), The Commodore Amiga (1990), The Commodore 64 (1990), DOS (1990), The ZX Spectrum (1990), Windows 3.x (1991) and Windows (2015).
Sequels: Chip's Challenge 2 for Windows (2015), Chuck's Challenge 3D for Linux (2014), Macintosh (2014), Windows (2014), Android (2016), iPad (2016), and iPhone (2016)
Levels: 144, plus 4 undocumented special levels.
Carton:  Full-color standard-tab regular-size carton (5 3/8" by 4 3/8" by 7/8"). There were two styles: one with the gray vertical band of Lynx font faux embossed broken x's along the right side of the carton, and one without the band.
Manual: A 24-page (including front and back covers) stapled regular-sized booklet manual in monochrome, measuring the usual 4 7/8” high by 3 ¾” wide.
Languages: As far as I can determine, the manual was available in the U.S. in an English version only.

CHIP'S CHALLENGE  CREDITS
Developer: 
Epyx, Inc.
Original Design: Chuck Sommerville
Art: Paul Vernon
Sound and Music: Alex (LX) Rudis

Level Design: Bill Darrah, James Donald, Peter Engelbrite, Victoria Hanson, R.G. Gowdy, Stephen Jungels, Scott NelsonChuck Sommerville, Pete Wierzbicki
Testing: Dung Dang, Bob Friesen, John McGowan, Tom Schumacher, Cynthia Sommerville, Glen Yamakawa, Robert Zalot

Additional Art: Arthur Koch
Special Thanks: Steve Landrum, Robert J. (RJ) Mical, Dave Needle


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New Podcast for the Atari 8-Bit Computers!
There’s another Atari podcast in town, and that town is actually in New Zealand. The XLXE Podcast covers Atari 8-bit computers and other shenanigans. It is hosted by Adam and Bob, and they’re very informative and a lot of fun to listen to, especially with those funny accents. It really is great to hear a podcast about Atari from someplace other than the USA. Plus they’ve already got two episodes up on the feeds already. But be warned: it’s not NSFW. So plug in your earbuds and give this wonderful podcast a try. You can find the podcast at their Twitter page here.


Let's All Give the Retro Video Gamer Forums Some Love!
The administrators of The Retro Video Gamer forums has sent out a call to arms to all of the retro video gaming community: I would like to appeal to those who are real retro supporters. Surely a retro forum is now a rare breed. Unless we continue to use the site [and] strike up convos, then sadly the RVG forums will continue to decline and I want to stop that. Once its gone that will be too late. So please take a moment, as I can't simply allow constant promo threads of your YouTube channels or podcast feeds (but you’re more than welcome to bump them). Please put your expertise into the site; there are a million and one topics for you all to participate in so please come and keep a retro forum about your retro gaming hobby alive. P.S.: Along with the above we will be performing a zero poster cull, so any new members who have yet to do an intro thread please pop on and post one now to avoid the cull. Cheers all. So to all of my listeners, please consider supporting Eugenio, Jamie, and others at the Retro Video Gamer website at www.retrovideogamer.co.uk. Thank you!


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Information about 
Chip's Challenge:

Atari Age title info/rarity guide for Chip's Challenge
Atari Gamer title info/rarity guide for Chip's Challenge
Digital Press title info/rarity guide for Chip's Challenge
Wikipedia article about Chip's Challenge
Moby Games article about Chip's Challenge
GameFAQs article for Chip's Challenge
Blogpage/map of the Final Level of Chip's Challenge at Diary of an Atari Lynx Developer
Chip's Challenge Notes, published in 1990 by Jaime Villacorte on Atari Age
“Atari Lynx Hint Book”, published by Atari in 1993 for Lynx game developers (the fractal generator program cheat for Chip's Challenge can be found on pages 18-19; the codes each of the 148 levels can be found on pages 20-23)

Reviews and ratings for Chip's Challenge:

Review by Keita Iida at AtariHQ
Review by Robert A. Jung at IGN (1999)
Review by Dorsola at JoseQ'sEmuViews (2000)
Review by The Video Game Critic (2004)
Review by Avery Score at GameSpot (2004)
Review by Josh Dollins at DefunctGames (2007)
Review by Dusty Old Games (2013)
Review by Jon Mc at Atari Gamer (2018)

YouTube videos about Chip's Challenge:

Lynx Lounge Review (Brian Thomas Barnhart)
Playthrough (Atari7800com)
Playthrough and Review (Fred Rojas)
Playthrough/Easter Egg (Laird's Lair)
Playthrough/Final Level (ZoneLynx Atari)

Retailers Selling Chip's Challenge:

B & C ComputerVisions: The price lists systems at B &C crashed on 8/3/18; I will update the info here once they've been restored.
Best Electronics (last updated May 31, 2018; check website for availability): US$14.95 (CIB); US$9.95 (loose cart)
The Gamesmen (Australia): Not Available
The Goat StoreUS$14.94 (NIB)
Telegames (UK): £8.33 or US$10.72
Video 61 & Atari SalesUS$24.95 (NIB)

Resources for Atari Lynx Console/Game-Related Collecting Materials/Tools:

Resource: Game Boy Color cases for Atari Lynx cartridges from Joom
Resource:
2 1/2" coin storage sheets from Amazon
Resource:
Atari Lynx regular-size game carton sleeves from RetroGameFreak

Resource: Atari Lynx large-size game carton sleeves from CollectnProtect
Resource: 
Building a custom Atari Lynx game carton shelving unit from AtariGamer

ResourceAtari Lynx II display stand from Etsy

Other Lynks:

AtariGamer.com (Thanks to Igor for incorporating The HandyCast into his excellent website!)
Retro Video Gamer Forums (Thanks to TrekMD for helping to promote The HandyCast on his wonderful forums!)
Antic: The Atari 8-Bit Podcast (Thanks to Brad Arnold, Randy Kindig, and Kevin Zavitz for the shoutout about The HandyCast in Episode 50!)
The Atari 2600 Game By Game Podcast (Thanks to The Podfather himself, Ferg, for encouraging his listeners to check out The HandyCast in both Episode 151 and Episode 154!)
The Atari Jaguar Game By Game Podcast (Thanks to Shinto for encouraging his listeners to check out The HandyCast in Episode 22!)
Please Stand By (Thanks to Zerbe and Ferg for helping to promote The  HandyCast on several episodes of this fun-to-listen-to show, starting with Episode 60!)
The RCR Podcast (Thanks to the Retro Computing Roundtable: Paul Hagstrom, Quinn Dunki, Jack Nutting, and Carrington Vance, for highlighting The HandyCast in Episode 167!)

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
Thanks go to everyone who contributed feedback about Xenophobe for this episode; I really appreciate it!

Also, I would like to thank the Free Music Archive for the following musical artists and songs that were used in this episode under the Creative Commons License: “8-Bit Core” by Tagirijus (opening and closing theme music), along with "Worm War," by Podington Bear.


I would especially like to thank Shinto for submitting his memories of various Atari Lynx games he's owned in the past to The Atari Lynx HandyCast...they are greatly appreciated. And you should all check out Shinto's wonderful Atari Jaguar Game by Game Podcast; it's definitely worth listening to, even if you don't own or have never even seen a Jaguar console. You can find it here.


Many, many thanks also go to Zerbinator for his continued support. His encouragement and expertise are very much appreciated by me. You can find all of his fun-to-listen-to podcasts here, including my favorite, Please Stand By.


Finally, my thanks to Ferg of The Atari 2600 Game by Game Podcast. His inspiration and dedication to covering every game cartridge ever made for the Atari 2600 (I think over 1000 of them!) is what gave me the courage to begin this podcast. Please, check out his don't-miss podcast, even if you're not an Atari 2600 collector; or at least visit his website here.


I hope you enjoy this episode of The Atari Lynx HandyCast. And please don't forget to visit the official Atari Lynx HandyCast website by clicking here!

-Mark


Next Episode: "EPISODE 10: Todd's Adventures in Slime World" (available September 2018)

Friday, August 10, 2018

INTERVIEW EPISODE 01: Chuck Sommerville and LX Rudis

LISTEN TO INTERVIEW EPISODE 01 HERE
WATCH INTERVIEW EPISODE 01 ON YOUTUBE HERE
Recorded August 9, 2018
Many, many thanks go to Chuck Sommerville and Alex (LX) Rudis, who both graciously agreed to be interviewed for The HandyCast. The willingness of two such Atari Lynx legends to help flesh out some of their personal and professional experiences with the Lynx console and its games (especially Chip's Challenge) is a testament to their strong devotion to their craft, to their fans, and to the Atari Lynx community. Cheers to you, Chuck and LX!

As usual, I would also like to thank the Free Music Archive for “8-Bit Core” by Tagirijus used in this episode under the Creative Commons License as the opening and closing theme music for The HandyCast.


I really hope you enjoy this special interview episode of The Atari Lynx HandyCast. Also, keep an eye (and ear) out for other interview-only episodes coming down the pike in the near future.


-Mark


Next Episode: "EPISODE 09: Chip's Challenge" (available August 2018)

Friday, August 3, 2018

EPISODE 08: Xenophobe


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#PA2026, Published by Atari
In this episode , I cover one of the most popular games for the Atari Lynx, Xenophobe, released by Atari in August of 1990. Included is a complete rundown of the gameplay, music, and sound effects for Xenophobe. I also highlight a few reviews of the game, some information about the prices that collectors can expect to pay for a Xenophobe cartridge on eBay and other retailers, some trivia and fun facts about the game, and some very welcome feedback about the game from some of my loyal listeners. So charge up your fists and phazers and lets kick some Xeno butt!


XENOPHOBE VITAL STATISTICS
Release Date: August of 1990
Initial retail price: $34.95
Cartridge: Stereo curved lip-style cartridge. I think it is 128k, but I cannot find confirmation of that.
Genre: Side-scrolling/platform multi-level action shooter for 1 to 4 players using the ComLynx cable.
Screen/playfield orientation: landscape (horizontal).
Based On: Xenophobe arcade cabinet (1987) by Bally Manufacturing Corp.
Other Ports: The Commodore Amiga, the Amstrad CPC, the Atari VCS (2600), the Atari 7800, the Atari ST, the Commodore 64, the Nintendo Entertainment System, and the ZX Spectrum.
Levels: 23 single or multi-floor space stations.
Carton:  Full-color standard-tab regular-size carton (5 3/8" by 4 3/8" by 7/8")
Manual: A 24-page (including front and back covers) stapled regular-sized booklet manual in monochrome, measuring the usual 4 7/8” high by 3 ¾” wide.
Languages: As far as I can determine, the manual was available in the U.S. in an English version only.


XENOPHOBE  CREDITS
Developer: 
Epyx, Inc.
Licensee: Midway Manufacturing Co.
Programming: 
Gil Colgate
Art: 
Phillip Vaughan
Sound: 
Christopher Grigg
Testing: 
Thomas MacDevittTom Schumacher



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Collection Tracker Now Available!
Igor at Atari Gamer has done a fantastic job at creating and implementing a new tool for us collectors: The Collection Tracker will record, track and complete your Atari Lynx collection. All of the game database entries are available for tracking your carts, boxes, manuals, and posters, or whether you have a given game new in the box (NIB). You can also track the health/condition of the boxes, manuals, and posters. It's a really cool tool for knowing what you have (or still need to get) in your collection. And it provides a handy (see what I did there?) stats-at-a-glance box. Best of all, it doesn't require any logins or passwords to use it. Please be sure to check it out here.



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Information about
Xenophobe:
Atari Age title info/rarity guide for Xenophobe
Atari Gamer title info/rarity guide for Xenophobe
Digital Press title info/rarity guide for Xenophobe
Wikipedia article about Xenophobe
Moby Games article and hint guide about Xenophobe
Giant Bomb article about Xenophobe
GameFAQs article for Xenophobe
Preview by Electronic Gaming Monthly Issue #10/Atari Adventure insert (March 1990)
Preview by Electronic Gaming Monthly Issue #12/Atari Adventure insert (May 1990)
Preview by Electronic Gaming Monthly Issue #14/Atari Adventure insert (July 1990)
“Atari Lynx Hint Book”, published by Atari in 1993 for Lynx game developers (game strategies for Xenophobe can be found on page 67)


Reviews and ratings for Xenophobe:
Review by Electronic Gaming Monthly (Issue #14, July 1990)
Review by Computer and Video Games Magazine (January 1991)
Review by Les Ellis at Raze Magazine (February 1991)
Review by Keita Iida at AtariHQ
Review by Robert A. Jung at IGN (1999)
Review by Trixter at MobyGames (2003)
Review by Patrick O'Connor at DefunctGames (2005)
Review by DANIEL Thomas at Vol. 4 (2006)
Review by Darran Jones at RetroGamer (2008)
Review by Pluvius at GameFAQs (2008)
Review by Brian Thomas Barnhart at Atari.io (2016)
Review by Jon Mc at Atari Gamer (2018)


YouTube videos about Xenophobe:
Lynx Lounge Review (Brian Thomas Barnhart)
Playthrough (187 Productions)
Playthrough (StaxX28)
Playthrough (TotallyRadicalRetroGames)
Playthrough (World of Longplays)
Playthrough and Review (Louis Gorenfeld)
Playthrough/Final Boss (Zonelynx Atari)


Retailers Selling Xenophobe:
None Available


Resources for Atari Lynx Console/Game-Related Collecting Materials/Tools:
Resource: Game Boy Color cases for Atari Lynx cartridges from Joom
Resource:
2 1/2" coin storage sheets from Amazon
Resource:
Atari Lynx regular-size game carton sleeves from RetroGameFreak
Resource: Atari Lynx large-size game carton sleeves from CollectnProtect
Resource: 
Building a custom Atari Lynx game carton shelving unit from AtariGamer
ResourceAtari Lynx II display stand from Etsy


Other Lynks:
AtariGamer.com (Thanks to Igor for incorporating The HandyCast into his excellent website!)
Retro Video Gamer Forums (Thanks to TrekMD for helping to promote The HandyCast on his wonderful forums!)
Antic: The Atari 8-Bit Podcast (Thanks to Brad Arnold, Randy Kindig, and Kevin Zavitz for the shoutout about The HandyCast in Episode 50!)
The Atari 2600 Game By Game Podcast (Thanks to The Podfather himself, Ferg, for encouraging his listeners to check out The HandyCast in both Episode 151 and Episode 154!)
The Atari Jaguar Game By Game Podcast (Thanks to Shinto for encouraging his listeners to check out The HandyCast in Episode 22!)
Please Stand By (Thanks to Zerbe and Ferg for helping to promote The  HandyCast on several episodes of this fun-to-listen-to show, starting with Episode 60!)
The RCR Podcast (Thanks to the Retro Computing Roundtable: Paul Hagstrom, Quinn Dunki, Jack Nutting, and Carrington Vance, for highlighting The Atari Lynx HandyCast in Episode 167!)
Interview with LX (Alex) Rudis at The Atari Times (2002)


ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
Thanks go to everyone who contributed feedback about Xenophobe for this episode; I really appreciate it!


Also, I would like to thank the Free Music Archive for the following musical artists and songs that were used in this episode under the Creative Commons License: "8-Bit Core" by Tagirijus (opening and closing theme music), along with “Catching Rays," "Starlight," "The Dead of Night," “Sleep Tight, Sweet Dreams (Don’t Have Nightmares)," and "Into the Ether," all by Psychadelik Pedestrian.

I would especially like to thank Shinto for submitting his memories of various Atari Lynx games he's owned in the past to The Atari Lynx HandyCast...they are greatly appreciated. And you should all check out Shinto's wonderful Atari Jaguar Game by Game Podcast; it's definitely worth listening to, even if you don't own or have never even seen a Jaguar console. You can find it here.

Many, many thanks also go to Zerbinator for his continued support. His encouragement and expertise are very much appreciated by me. You can find all of his fun-to-listen-to podcasts here, including my favorite, Please Stand By.

Finally, my thanks to Ferg of The Atari 2600 Game by Game Podcast. His inspiration and dedication to covering every game cartridge ever made for the Atari 2600 (I think over 1000 of them!) is what gave me the courage to begin this podcast. Please, check out his don't-miss podcast, even if you're not an Atari 2600 collector; or at least visit his website here.

I hope you enjoy this episode of The Atari Lynx HandyCast.

-Mark

Next Episode: "EPISODE 09: Chip's Challenge" (available August 2018)

Sunday, July 8, 2018

EPISODE 07: The Fidelity Ultimate Chess Challenge

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#LX101 (L402), Published by Telegames
In this episode (which is very late…sorry about that, Chief), I cover the first third-party game in this podcast, The Fidelity Ultimate Chess Challenge, released by publisher Telegames in 1991. Included is a complete rundown of the gameplay, music (what little there is), and sound effects for The Fidelity Ultimate Chess Challenge. I also highlight a few reviews of the game, some information about the prices that collectors can expect to pay for a The Fidelity Ultimate Chess Challenge cartridge on eBay and other retailers, some trivia and fun facts about the game, and some very welcome feedback about the game from some of my loyal listeners.
THE FIDELITY ULTIMATE CHESS CHALLENGE VITAL STATISTICS
Release Date: By March of 1991
Initial retail price: $39.99
Cartridge: The Fidelity Ultimate Chess Challenge is a stereo curved lip-style cartridge. I think it is 128k, but I cannot find confirmation of that.

Genre: Isometric or top-down strategy/tactics game for one or two players; the ComLynx cable is not used in this game.
Based On: The classic board game of Chess, utilizing the experience of Fidelity Electronics, makers of various stand-alone chess computers of the day.
Screen/playfield orientation: landscape (horizontal)
Levels: There are 17 levels of play: Levels 1 through 8 are time-based in which the response time can be set from 5 seconds at Level 1 to 4 minutes at Level 8; Levels 9 through 16 restrict the use of lookahead abilities; and Level 17 is an infinite level.
Carton:  Full-color standard-tab regular-size carton (5 3/8″ by 4 3/8″ by 7/8″)
Manual: A 40-page (including front and back covers) stapled regular-sized booklet manual in monochrome, measuring the usual 4 7/8” high by 3 ¾” wide.
Languages: Available in an English version only.
THE FIDELITY ULTIMATE CHESS CHALLENGE  CREDITS
Developer/Licensee:
 Telegames

No other individuals credited or known
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The Atari Lynx HandyCast is Now Part of The Throwback Network
Thanks to the hosts of The Throwback Review Podcast, (Sean Johnson, also of The Average Runner Podcast, and Rob “Flack” O’Hara, also of the You Don’t Know Flack Podcast), The Atari Lynx HandyCast has been added to The Throwback Network. Many retro-themed podcasts are included on the network (both gaming- and non-gaming-related). I myself subscribe and listen to most of them, and I would highly recommend that you check out all of the great podcasts listed there. You can find the network here.

New Podcast: Into the Vertical Blank
There is a new Atari podcast in town; it’s called Into the Vertical Blank, and it is hosted by twin brothers, Steve Fulton and Jeff “8BitRocket” Fulton, who grew up “Atari,” or as they call it, in The Vertical Blank. The Vertical Blank is space between the lines; it’s the where work occurs that you never see on screen. In their podcast they discuss Atari computers and systems, new and old, review new games that they collect, talk about all the systems, and the significance they had in their lives and in the lives of others, and they even talk about them in a historical context, and how they are being used now. They do all this in an effort to finally understand the answer to this existential question: what does it mean to have grown up Atari in the generation of the Vertical Blank? I’ve been listening to this podcast lately, and it’s a lot of fun to hear two brothers relate their own experiences “growing up Atari.” Check it out here.

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Information about
 The Fidelity Ultimate Chess Challenge:

Atari Age title info/rarity guide for The Fidelity  Ultimate Chess Challenge
Atari Gamer title info/rarity guide for The Fidelity Ultimate Chess Challenge
Wikipedia article about The Fidelity Ultimate Chess Challenge
Moby Games article about The Fidelity Ultimate Chess Challenge
Giant Bomb article about The Fidelity Ultimate Chess Challenge
GameFAQs article for The Fidelity Ultimate Chess Challenge
Reviews and ratings for The Fidelity Ultimate Chess Challenge:
Review by Keita Iida at AtariHQ
Review by Robert A. Jung at IGN (1999)
Review by Jon Mc at Atari Gamer (2018)
YouTube videos about The Fidelity Ultimate Chess Challenge:
Playthrough (janatri73)
Playthrough (VGBDbr)
Playthrough (last true boss) (ZoneLynx Atari)
1979 TV commercial for Fidelity Electronics Chess Game (Bionic Disco)
Retailers Selling The Fidelity Ultimate Chess Challenge:
The Gamesmen (Australia): US$18.31 (new in box)
The Goat Store: US$59.94 (new) or US$29.99 (used)
Telegames (UK): £14.99 or US$19.59
Video 61 & Atari SalesUS$99.99 (new in box)
Resources for Atari Lynx Console/Game-Related Collecting Materials/Tools:
Resource: Game Boy Color cases for Atari Lynx cartridges from Joom
Resource: 
2 1/2″ coin storage sheets from Amazon
Resource: 
Atari Lynx regular-size game carton sleeves from RetroGameFreak

Resource: Atari Lynx large-size game carton sleeves from CollectnProtect
Resource: 
Building a custom Atari Lynx game carton shelving unit from AtariGamer

ResourceAtari Lynx II display stand from Etsy
Other Lynks:
AtariGamer.com (Thanks to Igor for incorporating The HandyCast into his excellent website!)
Retro Video Gamer Forums (Thanks to TrekMD for helping to promote The HandyCast on his wonderful forums!)
Antic: The Atari 8-Bit Podcast (Thanks to Brad Arnold, Randy Kindig, and Kevin Zavitz for the shoutout about The HandyCast in Episode 50!)
The Atari 2600 Game By Game Podcast (Thanks to The Podfather himself, Ferg, for encouraging his listeners to check out The HandyCast in both Episode 151 and Episode 154!)
The Atari Jaguar Game By Game Podcast (Thanks to Shinto for encouraging his listeners to check out The HandyCast in Episode 22!)
Please Stand By (Thanks to Zerbe and Ferg for helping to promote The  HandyCast on several episodes of this fun-to-listen-to show, starting with Episode 60!)
The RCR Podcast (Thanks to the Retro Computing Roundtable: Paul Hagstrom, Quinn Dunki, Jack Nutting, and Carrington Vance, for highlighting The Atari Lynx HandyCast in Episode 167!)
Interview with LX (Alex) Rudis at The Atari Times (2002)

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
Thanks go to everyone who contributed feedback about The Fidelity Ultimate Chess Challenge for this episode; I really appreciate it!
Also, I would like to thank the Free Music Archive for the following musical artists and songs that were used in this episode under the Creative Commons License: “8-Bit Core” by Tagirijus (opening and closing theme music), “To Eris-Social Blast” by To Eris, “The True Entity of Life” by Daniel Birch and Ben Pegley, “Fields and Strings” by Ian Sutherland, “Oui” by Simon Mathewson, and “Elements (Psychadelik Pedestrian-Chillout Edit)” by Marc Burt.
I would especially like to thank Shinto for submitting his memories of various Atari Lynx games he’s owned in the past to The Atari Lynx HandyCast…they are greatly appreciated. And you should all check out Shinto’s wonderful Atari Jaguar Game by Game Podcast; it’s definitely worth listening to, even if you don’t own or have never even seen a Jaguar console. You can find it here.
Many, many thanks also go to Zerbinator for his continued support. His encouragement and expertise are very much appreciated by me. You can find all of his fun-to-listen-to podcasts here, including my favorite, Please Stand By.
Finally, my thanks to Ferg of The Atari 2600 Game by Game Podcast. His inspiration and dedication to covering every game cartridge ever made for the Atari 2600 (I think over 1000 of them!) is what gave me the courage to begin this podcast. Please, check out his don’t-miss podcast, even if you’re not an Atari 2600 collector; or at least visit his website here.
I hope you enjoy this episode of The Atari Lynx HandyCast.
-Mark
Next Episode: “EPISODE 08: Xenophobe” (available July 2018)

EPISODE 09: Chip's Challenge

PLAY EPISODE 09   HERE #PA2028, Published by Atari Here I cover one of the best-known games of all time, Chip's Challenge , ...