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 Post subject: A bunch of California Extreme Pics
PostPosted: Sun Aug 22, 2004 5:08 pm 
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http://www.mameworld.net/mrdo/caex2004/index.html

Had a good time. Check it out.
Nice selection of laser games.

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 22, 2004 8:47 pm 
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Nice pics! Thanks for the heads-up.

One correction: The games on your EM page are actually 'discrete logic' games, not electromechanical. EM games are made with just lights, switches, motors, relays, etc.

There were a couple of EM games there, but they weren't in operation.

That volleyball pong game (Rebound) was actually pretty cool.

BTW, Steve Hertz brought all the laser games. He would have been the one to bring the Star Rider, but it wasn't working. (Given how complicated the electronics are in the beast, I'm surprised they ever worked at all.)

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One correction: The games on your EM page are actually 'discrete logic' games, not electromechanical. EM games are made with just lights, switches, motors, relays, etc.


Duh. I must have been in pinball mode when I was writing that :P Fixed. Thanks.

Too bad about Star Rider. I used to play that at Bally's Great Escape YEARS ago. I had actually forgotten about it until a couple weeks before the show, where I saw it mentioned again.

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Great pics :D

I'd love to see a dedicated Badlands, I only ever seen a DL conversion here in Australia.

I almost forgot about the Start and Prologue Start buttons on the conversion.

How I miss arcade LD games :cry:

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Those are probably the worst quality pics I've seen in awhile, lol.
Amazing what 'knowing how a camera' works can accomplish.

Of course, for extremely rare games like laserdisc, I guess even a child's crayon rendering of the cabinet would be useful.


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