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#1 2020-09-14 07:08:24

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Here’s a tiny pinch of TR2N info from AICN

I’ve got a heart on.
February 8th, 2009                          Nothing says I love you like a large  piece  of hard candy in the shape of a NES cartridge.
These cartridge/controller combos.

Offered up on video gaming auction site ChasetheChuckWagon.com

are from the same guy that made the chocolate cart a couple years ago.
Strawberry pictured, but also  available  in tropical punch, grape, mixed berry, orange, and lime flavors.
Filed under indie gaming, , ,    |  Comment (0)                                                     Craft Day for the arcade cabinet owner.
October 24th, .

2008                          1) Buy a handful of acrylic photo keychains
I went with the Lifestyles Photo Keytags that Walgreens sells

two for three bucks.

2) Download flyers for your cabinet
The Arcade Flyer Archive is a perfect resource

and you’ll want to find two good pages, for both the front and back sides of the keychain.

3) Clean up and resize the artwork

Some of the scans can be pretty rough, so if you’ve got the knowhow, now is the part where you’ll want to do any color  correction  and blemish removal from the flyer artwork, otherwise don’t worry about it, they’ll turn out fine enough.
Once  everything  looks good, size ’em down.

If you’re using the Walgreens keytags

you’ll want the print size to be 2×2.875 inches.
4) Create a printing template.
If you have  Photoshop , feel free to use  the one I made, formatted roughly to size and for 4×6 glossy photo paper.
5) Print  your artwork .
Let your printouts dry for a bit, then trim as needed.
Place the front and back flyer  images  in the keytag, snap in the acrylic cover, loop in your cabinet keys and you’re good to go.
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October 8th.

2008                          A Wii Ware Cave Story makes me very happy

because a) it’s a wonderful game, and b) I’ll have a reason to turn on the Wii again.
More details here.
Danc’s Rules of  Productivity .

Good stuff as usual from Lost Garden

Here’s a tiny pinch of TR2N info from AICN.
You know those  Star Wars  geeks that lined up for Phantom Menace like two weeks before the movie started.
Yeah, I’d be that guy with this one, if it weren’t for the whole job thing.
Guinsoo, the creator of DotA-Allstars, is entering the  commercial  game arena with League of Legends.
This is gonna be huge.
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August 22nd, 2008                          Alongside the very kick ass Bionic Commando Rearmed OST, Sumthing has also released the original NES soundtrack.
It’s three bucks, go get it.
Retro Space, the newest entry into the pre-built MAME cabinet scene.
These things are supposed to sell for around 5000-6000 Euros (I think that’s like $40,000 or something these days).
Kinda nice, but not that nice.
Speaking of paying lots of money for your games, here is Rotheblog’s writeup on the 15 most valuable classic arcade games.
And finally, Multiple:Option has released the newest version of Game Trivia Catechism DS (the iPhone version we’re working on is an expanded branch of this).
It’s one of two apps he’s entering into the NeoFlash Summer Coding Compo, so wish him luck.
Filed under , indie gaming, ,    |  Comments (2)                                                     Game Trivia Catechism: iPhone teaser.
August 2nd, 2008                          Here are a few shots from Catechism Mode, one of the game types in the upcoming Game Trivia Catechism for iPhone.
Based on GTC DS, this new iPhone version will feature expanded gameplay, multiplayer modes, and even more trivia questions.
Developed by Thuyen Nguyen, Josh Martin, and me, GTC will be a free appstore release sometime this fall.
We’re looking for a talented chiptunes-style musician or two to contribute original music for the project, if that’s you or someone you know, please let us know.
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