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California Extreme 2005
August 6th & 7th, 2005
San Jose, CA
Resistance is Futile!
We're glad you beamed up! We want to welcome you to the 9th episode (or
is it the 8th prequel?) of California Extreme, where you can join in our
celebration of the best of classic arcade games. Featuring examples from
the 1940's to as recent as last month, the games we present to you are a
cross-section of American History, Coin-op Arcade Division. Here you can
re-visit favorites from the past, try current popular titles and spend a little time
getting to know your competitive side. Save your quarters for the Laundromat,
all games are on free-play! All we ask is that you be respectful of aging
equipment, every machine here is a prized part of someone's collection that
has been generously brought to the show to share with you. So press a start
button and get ready to clobber an alien or two... maybe you will be inspired
to start your own collection!
Your Hosts, The Ca Extreme Team!
Left to right, Mike Louie, Chris Knight (rear), TJ Beyers (kneeling), Tom Bombaci,
Scott Evans (rear), Mark Birsching (kneeling), Ken Chaney (rear), Jonahan Koolpe,
Hey Earthling! Would you like to buy or rent a game for your home spaceship? Got
one that needs repair? Get in touch with one of the folks above, they can help!
Let the Show Begin...
See Notice Board at Registration for location of special events, and for any
changes to the schedule below. Pay attention, the times listed below may be
adjusted, depending on availability of staff/resources! Drawings will be held at
various times throughout the show, keep listening to the PA system. See pages
6 & 7 for details about the speakers and seminar topics.
Saturday, August 6
11:00 AM Doors Open to General Admission Public
12:00 Noon "Pinball Design 101" -- Seminar
12:00 Noon - 11:00 PM Qualifying Rounds, Pinball Tournament -- see pg. 15
1:45 PM "Video Game Tips'n Tricks Panel" -- Seminar
3:15 PM "Starcade" -- Seminar
3:45 PM "Professor Pac MAME! -- Seminar
4:00 PM "How to play Pinball" -- Clinic
4:45 PM "UFO Pinball" - Seminar
5:15 PM "The History of the Coin Operated Baseball Machines"
6:00 PM No Limit Pinball Tournament Begins
7:00 PM "How to play Pinball" -- Jim Belsito, Clinic
9:00 PM "Mechanical Monsters" -- Live Demo
9:00 PM - 11:00 PM More qualifying Rounds, Main Pinball Tournament
12:00 Midnight Everybody out!
Sunday, August 7
11:00 AM Doors Open to General Admission Public
11:30 AM - 3:00 PM Yet More Qualifying Rounds, Pinball Tournament!
12:00 Noon "Atari Panel Discussion and Film Festival
3:00 PM Pinball Tournament Finals Begin
3:15 PM Grand Prize Drawing
5:00 PM "Video Championship" -- Seminar
9:00 PM Everybody out! Thanks for coming, see you next year!
Speakers And Seminars
(times subject to some adjustment)
4:00 PM & 7:00 PM Saturday, 12:00 Noon Sunday
How to Play Pinball" - Clinic with pinball champs Bowen Kerins, Rick Stetta,
Jim Belsito. Learn the tricks and techniques - straight from the wizards themselves!
Note, these seminars will be held in the lobby! shots, catches, exchanges,
co-operative maneuvers (SDTM saves), bounces, etc. Know how to handle the
machine, e.g. in/outlane nudges, SDTM biasing, death saves, operating within
Tilt level, etc.
Pinball Design 101"
Greg Dunlap, Ted Estes, and Steve Ritchie. They know a thing or two about pinball
design. They brought you favorites like Black Night, High Speed, Monopoly, Star Trek:
The Next Generation and Twilight Zone.
Pinball creators Greg Dunlap, Ted Estes, and Steve Ritchie will be on hand to discuss
game design. Find out about how a rule set evolves for a game any why you're favorite
shot is so easy or impossible to hit!
1:45 PM Saturday
"Video Game Tips'n Tricks Panel"
(2005) Mark Alpiger, Jason and Anna Cram, Jonathan Koolpe, Franz Lanziger, David Nelson.
Ever wonder about how to get good... really good... at some of your favorite games?
Just how do you get all of the gems in Crystal Castles? Or how do you take out those
pesky Pulsars and Foosballs in Tempest and live to tell a out it? And what about
surviving a fireball onslaught in Warlords? Join our panel of experts from around the
country as they offer advice, tips, tricks and other strategies on how to improve
your scores and overall game play.
(2004)- Last years line-up: "Mastering Video Games" by Billy Mitchell,
Dwayne Richard, Dan Coogan & Jonathan Koolpe
Panelists will discuss many great classic video games including Tempest,
Crystal Castles, Food Fight, Pengo, and others. They will show how they have perfected
their techniques and reveal interesting tips or secrets that can help you, too, to
become a better player. Several panelists are world record holders so they know what
they're talking about!
3:15 PM Saturday
Jim Caruso from the idea inspired while laying on the sand in the Caribbean to making
the deal with Ted Turner at NATPE in 1980 - Starcade in a nutshell with the other
nuts that want to produce broadcast TV shows.
3:45 PM Saturday
"Professor Pac MAME!"
Does that sound familiar? "I have a rare game that is broken, but the cost of
complexity of fixing it is overwhelming! I don't want to use MAME to fix it because
it will lower the value of my game."
Speakers And Seminars (cont'd)
What if you could use MAME to fix your game without lowering the value? What if you
could revert back to your game's original PCBs in minutes?
In this keynote discussion, you will learn that this is all possible. Additionally, you
will be given an overview of how to duplicate custom functionality with MAME, such as
control panel lamps and LEDs. A converted Professor Pacman will be present for a
4:45 PM Saturday
Bill Ung UFO Pinball presents the Attack from Mars Mini-Saucer LED Kit and other
after market modifications. The AFM-LED kit made its premier showing at California
Extreme show in 2004. Bill Ung will talk about the overall design of the kit,
with Q&A. Bill will also be presenting the prototype board for the new Revenge
from Mars version of the kit, and possibly some other mods that are in development.
Bill Ung has been a pinball collector since 1992 and has more than a dozen pinball
machines. Bill started UFO Pinball in mid-2004 to market his invention, the Attack
from Mars LED kit.
5:15 PM Saturday
The History of the Coin Operated Baseball Machines" Rob Hawkins
Explore the golden days of arcade games by focusing on this very American form of
coin-op entertainment. It's not quite pinball, but the similarity often hides a great
deal of unique ingenuity in recreating America's most popular sport.
9:00 PM Saturday
TJ Beyer, Ken Chaney. Get a peek at the guts of some of the odd mechanical machines at
the show to see what makes 'em tick, click, buzz, bang, sing, and clang. If you have a
machine you would like to open up and discuss, let us know and we'll be happy to include
your knowledge in the presentation. Meet up in the lobby to join the group.
12:00 Noon Sunday
Atari Panel Discussion and Film Festival"
Al Alcom, Ed Logg, Ed Robert, Owen Rubin, Kelly Turner, and Scott Evans.
The iconic Silicon Valley legend that was Atari, a term virtually synonymous with
video gaming, fueld the genre through a rich history with games like Asteroids,
Battlezone, Gauntlet, Major Havoc, and Super Sprint. The people who created these
games will be here to discuss them and the stories behind them.
The Atari Film Festival returns with fresh footage unearthed from the archives
featuring some great commercials, game test footage, and the height of fashion
Come re-live the golden age of video games.
(August 7, 2005)
GAME TYPE GAME NAME WORLD RECORD
1)BUTTONS: Defender Gino Yoo - 230,125
2)SHOOTING: Crossbow Donn Nauert - 9,212,500
3)TRAK BALL: Missile Command Tony Temple
4)JOYSTICK: Robotron Robert(Bonny)Griffin - 960,350
5)STEERING: Star Wars David Palmer - 31,660,614
If the above five games are agreed upon by California Extreme Gaming Commission,
and by the Gaming Referee's then these games will be played at TG Tournament mode
at all the California Extreme Annual Tournaments in order to determine a
Get Past the Classics!
Underappreciated games - is there a sleeper in the future?
Do yourself a favor and dig further than the typical "Top Ten"
--you might be surprised!
The Internet Pinball Database (www.ipbd.org) lists over 4700 pinball games, the
KLOV site ("Killer List of Video Games", www.klov.com) has details on nearly as
many arcade video games. Think they're all revered classics? Of course not,
there are certain to be some dogs in any list that large. But if you are limiting
your attention and exposure to the games that are on every discussion group's
"want-list", you may be missing out on some real gems! Don't fall into the trap
of "Classic-itis", and just seek out the games that everyone else thinks are
cool... make your own determination!
For example, in the pinball world the "Holy Top Ten" of most-desired games
would probably be something like Twilight Zone, Indiana Jones, The Addams Family,
Cirqus Voltaire, Creature from the Black Lagoon, Funhouse, Whitewater, Pin-Bot,
High Speed and Star Trek: The Next Generation. At least, to judge by the message
traffic on the rec.games.pinball newsgroup, you would think that these are the
top of the heap. These games span the period from 1986 to 1993, and are only
from one manufacturer... sure, they are all great games, but that isn't all
Fans of arcade video games are all familiar with legendary names like Tempest,
Pacman, Galaga, Defender, Centipede, ad Donkey Kong, and with good reason.
In their time they were innovative, groundbreaking and maddeningly addictive!
But a true gamer that limited his or her exposure to those titles would be
If your would of pinball begins and ends with 90's Williams dot-matrix games,
you can't call yourself a pinball wizard! Explore the world of electromechanical
("EM") Machines, there is a lot of history and innovation there for discovery.
Have a game or two on "Doodle Bug", and find out that playfield woodrail
from 1950, this was one of the first pinball games to have its flippers in
the position we are used to seeing (before that, they were "backwards" like
the ones on the "St. Louis woodrail). "Jolly Joker" is making its debut at
this show, give it a whirl and find out what an Add-A-Ball is all about.
EM's have a wonderful sound all their own, so much that the sound is what
they use in films and television when they show a pinball game being played, even
though the actual prop may be a late solid-state game with speech and music!
Get Past the Classics! (cont'd)
Some pinball games attract somewhat of a cult following amongst collectors,
so they aren't exactly underappreciated, but they weren't overly popular with
route operators, who are the industry's primary customer. See if you can find a
Dirty Harry, Safecracker, or No Good Gofers to play today, you might wonder
what the operators were thinking!
Some other "unloved classic-wannabes" you might find at the show today are:
Rollergames, Swords of Fury, Surf n Safari, High Roller Casino, Who Dunnit,
Space Jam, Baywatch, Stargate, Gilligan's Island, Street Fighter 2 and
Lethal Weapon 3. Believe us when we say there is fun to be found!
A question for the raster-crowd: What makes a great video game? Games like
Joust, Battlezone, and Burger Time are definably great games, and their
popularity through more than two decades is testament to this fact. However,
several thousand videogames have been produced through the years and when you
consider games that were ported to computers and home consoles, the number
is even higher! True, some of these might best have been kept on the drawing
board, but many more were terrific games that for one reason or another just never
caught the gaming public's eye all that much. Games such as Bosconian, Pooyan,
Mad Planets, Black Widow, Cloak & Dagger, MouseTrap, were truly good games
that were either over looked, outgunned in the marketplace, or perhaps time has
simply left them behind.
And don't forget the unclassifiable games! The history of amusement arcades is
filled with many types of skill and fun diversions... try out "Cosmo Gang", or
"Midnight Marauders", "Ringer" or "Prop-Cycle". You won't be sorry!
We at CA Extreme feel that it is time for some of these forgotten games get some
well-deserved recognition. Therefore, we are proud to feature a special section
at the show entitled "Amnesia Alley -- the home of games that you forgot were
great to play". Here you will find games that feel are well worth another look
(or maybe even a first look!). Many more will be scattered throughout the
showroom floor. You may simply have forgotten these games, or never played them
because they have been trashed in discussion groups... in either case, we invite
you to make up your own mind. Visit this section of the show and try one or more of
these unjustly forgotten gems. You may just discover (or re-discover) a new old
"classic!" Take a wander down "Amnesia Alley" and find your own Great Game
This Event was on (August 6-7, 2005) This event was Paul Dean's First Public Performance
since his Original
Record on June 28, 1985 at the Huish Family Arcade in Upland, California at the
Third Annual Video Game Masters Tournament in which this spy hunter score was
published in the Guinness Book of World Records in 1986.
Paul Drury, Retro Gamer Magazine Reporter talks to Paul Dean about his record Link
Doug Quan, Press Enterprise Reporter talks to Paul Dean about his record Link
Spy Hunter Classic High Score Player Paul Dean Speaking Out
A classic gaming rivalry has been smoldering since May 5, 2003 when Mark Little, of
Doylestown, Pennsylvania, broke the world record on the classic arcade video game
Spy Hunter with a 832,620 to become the first gamer in more than 20 years to beat an
American Guinness Book World Record of the vintage '80s spy hunter arcade game. Except
he didn't beat Paul Dean's Vintage Era spy hunter high score. As a matter of a fact,
he only got 8% of Paul Dean's 1985 High score of 9,512,590; yet Mark Little was made
a hero and Paul Dean's score was deleted from the Twin Galaxies Scoreboard.
Twin Galaxies, Official Score Keeper
A new complaint between Paul Dean, spy hunter champion and the scoreboard of
Twin Galaxies has evolved into a significant exchange on how referee's are
treating classic era gamers and their high scores. Link
A Gaming initiative needs to be set fourth that all scores must go through an
executive board with at least eight members included so that no individual
bias can be put out on the referee's part.
Paul Dean, Classic Era Spy Hunter Champion to break one million points
Paul Dean set out to do what he said he would do at the California Extreme Tournament to show
his skills against any and all current era spy hunter players to see if they can hold
their own against Paul Dean, Classic Era Champion of Spy Hunter.
I challenge anybody to break a million -- And I will do it right in front of you
at California Extreme on August 6-7, 2005!
Paul Dean says, "Nobody has ever gotten over a million except me, and that was
20 years ago.
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Paul Dean to Come out of Retirement
for one last play of Spy Hunter
Paul Dean has come out of retirement for one last Spy Hunter Game after 20 years
of being away from gaming and extensive injuries in order to beat Mark Little's
Spy Hunter score of 832,620 points.
This beats Mark Little's high score of 832,620 on Spy Hunter.
Paul Dean's High Score at the California Extreme event was recorded by
Mark Alpiger. On August 7th, 2005 Paul Dean was at the Highest Score recorded
since his high score on June 28, 1985 with a current 922,000 total game score at
California Extreme on August 7, 2005, until the machine reset itself from being
to tired and old to keep up with such an unbelievable one in a half hour feat.
August 6-7, 2005 (California Extreme, San Jose, California)
I showed up and had no challengers and still beat Mark Little's current
modern era high score for spy hunter.
I haven't seen the game in over 20 years and I can still beat the best current
modern era high score players.
Mark Little's performance lasted almost 90 minutes and beat his
previous verified personal best by almost 400K. Link
A Mark Little Interview Link
Compilation of Mark Little Articles Link
Spy Hunter High Score Table Link
Steven Spielberg leans on a Missile Command Arcade Machine
Modern Era Donkey Kong
Champion Steve Wiebe to break
one million points
Donkey Kong Champion, Steve Wiebe
Steve Wiebe from Redmond, Washington will be going for the first ever public
one million point game on Donkey Kong. He has already done this at home but
will now do it for the public to see at California Extreme on August 6, 2005.
GAME C.A.N.D.Y. PART B
World Champion, Steve Wiebe at California Extreme, trying for 1 million on
Donkey Kong on August 7, 2005.
Steve Wiebe played Donkey Kong on August 6-7, 2005 and already challenged
Steve Wiebe in a dual with Billy Mitchell, but Billy did not show up, announced that
Steve Wiebe was the best player on Donkey Kong by
Billy Mitchell's Default. Billy Mitchell did not show up because he is
flying to England for the Second Annual
(cgeuk) United Kingdom Classic Gaming Expo event.
Scheduled for Saturday, August 13, 2005, the event, titled: Crowning the
Classic Video Game Champions of Europe.
CGEUK Classic Gaming Expo UK
Perfect Pacman Billy Mitchell at CGEUK August 13, 2005
Here is a one review from a modern era gamer Kropotkin, Radio Online weekly UK news
of the event of the (2005 United Kingdom CGE Event (UKCGE): Link and a video review: link
CGEUK Photo links of the 2005 event.
David Hawksett, Science & Technology Editor of the Guinness World Records will
be coming to CGEUK to meet some of the current World Record Holders as well as
to oversee some of the record attempts and the award ceremony. This event
takes place on the 13th of August, 2005 at the Fairfield Halls in
Croydon, London, England.
Gary Whelan who is the best player in the world at Galaxian, the coin-operated
cocktail table arcade game with a score of 399,290 points will be unavailable
for the tournament do to a nose bleed that put him in the hospital. Perry Rodgers
didn't get his challenge this year, but Gary promises he will see him next year
as Gary is trying as hard as he can to break the Billy Mitchell 1 million point
$1000.00 dollar Twin Galaxies bounty challenge.
Gary Whelan, the new UK Galaxian Champion will be there
as well as Billy Mitchell of Fort Lauderdale, FL, considered by many to be
the world's most famous video game player, having achieved the first "perfect"
game on Pac-Man in 1999. Link
Classic Retro Gaming Competitions at Fairfield Halls in Croydon, London Event Link
Gary Whelan, Galaxian Champion talks about the CGEUK Event and Retro Gamer Magazine
Paul Drury CGEUK/Twin Galaxies Forms: Link
August 13, 2005
Tony 'TT' Temple:
Tony Temple - Missile Command, 1,539,150
Nick Hutt - Space Harrier, 35,774,750 Link
Year Released: 1985
Space Harrier Description:
Run along the ground or fly through the air using the gun under your arm
to blast away at waves of oncoming creatures. Dodge the enemy's projectiles
and destroy the boss creatures at the end of each level.
Manufacturer: Atari, Year: 1980
Missile Command Description:
Using three atomic missile launching bases you defend your cities against
incoming missiles. Enemy missiles may seperate into several missiles so shoot
them down early because you only have a limited number of missiles.
The great players of the UK have turned in some very high scores on the games
Space Harrier and Missile Command at the CGEUK August 13, 2005 at the Fairfield
Halls in Croydon, London, England Event.
Tony "TT" Temple
Tony Temple and Nick Hutt did a good job in competing against the Americans
with some great score results for the United Kingdom. Nick Hutt scored
35,774,750 points on Space Harrier for the World Record, beating Matthew Preece's
high score which was done on November 24, 1985. Tony (TT) Temple ranked in second
place in the world with a Missile Command score of 1,539,150, beating his
personal best of 1.4 million points.
UPDATE: April 1, 2006 See the New Results of Tony Temple's Brand New Missile
Command World Record Link
Nick Hutt, Space Harrier Champion (CGEUK)
The world has just been awakened by the new champions, 'Nick and Tony'
who's successes have really put the UK on the map in the retro classic gaming world.
says Chris and Christine Millard, co-founders of the CGEUK.
Next year's CGEUK is scheduled for the weekend of July 29-30, 2006, which will
be great, because there is one extra day to enjoy classic gaming and to beat
the American's Guinness Book World Records from the early 1980's.
California Extreme Event, San Jose, California, August 6-7, 2005
Steve Wiebe did get some great scores in the high 900,000 points while at
California Extreme August 6-7, 2005 event.
Other Video Game champions present were Jonahan Koope, "Tempest", Jason Cram,
"Zoo Keeper" and "Congo Bongo", speaker, Anna Cram "Wonderboy" Speaker and
David Nelson - "Player of the Year 2004" and "Track N Field" Speaker -
Twin Galaxies Referee.
Mark Alpiger and Franz Lanzinger were the speakers for Mark's favorite
championship game, "Crystal Castles".
Mark Robichek, "Frogger Champion" and Champion Gary Hatt and Twin Galaxies,
"Donkey Kong Expert" were also there wondering the convention floor.
Let's not forget
There were many other big names there but these above names are the ones that
I remember meeting. Many Pinball Champions were there as well like Jim Belsito
and Keith Elwin. There was a Pinball tournament this year in which Jim Belsito
took second place in the A Division. No Video game tournament was held.
The people who could not attend the California Extreme Event of 2005:
Jeff Peters, Billy Mitchell, Perry Rodgers, Dwayne Richards, Walter Day and
Robert Mruczek. Neither could Doris Self, Qbert Champion or Brian Kuh,
Donkey Kong Pro.
Getting ready to play Galaxian
Qbert's Doris Self to try for High Score
Doris Self is the first Champion Octoogenarian Gamer (80 years old!)
Doris Self trying to beat Qbert World Record in June of 2005 at Funspot Arcade, NH.
Eighty-Year-Old Doris Self Going to Fairfield Halls in Croydon, London to Re-Claim
Title of "World's Oldest Video Game Champion." She states, "@!#?@!" after losing
her 1984 Championship game to another gamer. Link
Doris Self, Age 80, at CGEUK, on August 13, 2005
Trying for the World Record in QBert.
Doris Self was wearing a special edition Twin Galaxies
Polo shirt which read on the back:
CGEUK London England
Limited Edition 1 of 7
Update: CGEUK 2006 has been cancelled. Here are those results and the
results of the CGEUK 2006 Event. Link
Update: October 3, 2006: Doris Self
Doris Self, Q*bert expert, has passed away at age 81.
Plantation, Florida, October 3, 2006
Doris Self, what a great lady, and a wonderful inspiration, Q*bert world
Champion in 1983 and oldest competitor, friend to Perfect Pac-man, Billy
Mitchell, has passed away at the age of 81. Link
Doris Self never did get a new Q*bert World Record after 1983, yet was made
the oldest gamer and made the Matriarch of the video game world in 2007. Link
CGEUK was the last event International Event that Doris Self competed in,
representing the USA. Link
October 6, 2006 -- Doris Self, the world's oldest video game competitor, has
passed on, dying from injuries suffered in an automobile accident in Plantation,
Florida on October 3, 2006.
Her memorial services will be held at the Plantation United Methodist Church, 1001
Northwest 70th Avenue, Plantation, FL 33313 at 11:00 AM Saturday, October 7th.
Cards and flowers are welcome. At her request, she will be cremated and her ashes
will be taken out on a casino boat and dropped into the ocean. For more informatio
n on the services, please call the Plantation United Methodist Church at (954)584-7500.
Doris Self was the World Record holder of Q*bert in 1983 with a World Record
of 1,112,300 points on Q*bert and had reached this fame at the age of 58.
In the Summer of 2005, Doris Self competed at the Classic Gaming Expo in London,
on the Q*Bert title, but did not break the standing world record.
Doris Self was also the first female Easter Airlines flight attendant at age 19, and
was one of the founders of the ‘The Silver Liners,’ in 1954.
In her retirement she was very active with her poker club and bridge club as well as
playing Q*bert 5 days a week in order to achieve her personal best.
Her Q*bert game will be outfitted with a special memorial plaque created by the
Twin Galaxies Intergalactic Scoreboard, that will identify the game as Doris' Q*Bert
machine, commemorating its role in video game history.
"Work is for people who can't play video games!"
(with the Billy Mitchell Thumb Up Pacman Call Sign)
Gary Whelan from Duckinfield, Greater Manchester, England
did not make it to the California Extreme show on
August 6, 2005 nor did he make the CGEUK event do to injuries,
but says he will definitely make it to the Funspot Tournament
in New Hampshire in 2006. Link
CGEUK/Twin Galaxies Tournament Forms Link
Results of the Triple hitter High Score Attempts:
So there you have it, a triple hitter for one million points per game
to be done on August 6-7, 2005 at California Extreme, San Jose, California.
This has never been attempted before. Two players coming out of retirement
to get one million points which only they have performed, Paul Dean - Spy Hunter
and Roy S
Paul Dean's Comments on a replay of spy hunter after 20 years of hiatus and injury:
The Spy Hunter Controversy Part A: Link Part B: Link
My goal is to get to a million point game without to much sciatica pain from my
previous disabling injuries from a fall in 2001.
The million point mark beats the second place world record score of Mark Little
and it shows the one million mark for the first time ever at a large public
event so it would be quite impressive to do it while the referees are there
and can watch it happen.
I still don't know what will happen given that I haven't played more than a few
times so far in more than 20 years. But I am competitive, so here we go!
My right leg is affected by sciatica when I sit to long or stretch to much,
so I am surprised that I am doing half hour sessions without to much pain as
long as I rest between sessions.
I have decided to go to California Extreme in San Jose California this August 6th
and 7th, 2005, and meet Walter Day, Twin Galaxies referee and try to play
spy hunter at that event. He may not show up because this event is back
to back with the CGEUK Event at Fairfield Halls in Croydon, London, England.
Other players who will be at the CGEUK event are Doris Self, Donald Hayes,
Billy Mitchell, Perfect Pacman, and Shawn Cram.
August 13, 2005 CGEUK
Walter Day, Shawn Cram, ?, Donald Hayes, Nick Hutt, Billy Mitchell
High Score Players receiving there certificates from Walter Day, Twin Galaxies
Donald Hayes at CGEUK Event playing Kung Fu Master on August 13, 2005
CGEUK EVENT SCHEDULE, AUGUST 13, 2005
You are invited to come and spend a fantastic day playing on arcade machines
and pinball tables from as early as the 1970's.
Show Hours: 10:00am - 7:00pm
At 6:00 PM, the champions of the tournament will receive their prizes
and certificates of recognition from the Official Video Game & Pinball
Book of World Records. Do to illness; Gary Whelan will not be able to
be honored in person for his Galaxian achievement, which, coincidentally,
was scored exactly one year earlier on August 13, 2004. However, Gary
Whelan will be at the Funspot Tournament in New Hampshire next year to
be honored and to finally play head on head against Perry Rodgers, previous
Schedule for Saturday, August 13, 2005:
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM - Competition Hours.
2:00 - 3:00 - Panel Discussion with British and US Champions.
6:00 - 7:00 PM - Awards ceremony.
7:00 PM - Exposition Closes.
A New Retro Video Game Team World Contest in the Brew... Like that of the Olympics.
The British vs the French!
A Classic Gaming rivalry erupts between England and France
"Tea and crumpets vs. wine and cheese"
This is British determination vs. French confidence. The hotly contested race to
win the 2006 CGEUK World Retro Gaming Contest came down to an Old World battle
of rival cities separated for centuries by culture and Channel.
Surprise. London won. (Maybe not... It isn't 2006 yet!)
This is our moment," said London bid leader Galaxian Champion.
"It's massive. It's huge. This is the biggest prize in sport."
It will be a victory laced with political significance, with Prime Minister
Tony Blair getting the better of French President Jacques Chirac, over
gaming abilities. (Tongue in cheek with the above statements) Retro Gaming
is done all in fun and it will be delightful to see which team comes out ahead.
The English Video Gaming Proclamation to be signed: (annotated notes below)
London vs. Paris, London Signed Proclamation at CGEUK, August 13, 2005
Paris Recognized the Proclamation on August 15, 2005
A Declaration of Public Gaming Proclamation and Initiative
Whereas, on the fifteenth day of August, in the year of our Lord two
thousand and five, a proclamation was signed between representatives
of England and France to enter a video game challenge issued by the President
of the Referees, Walter Day, Jr. of the United States, containing, among other
things, the following:
A proclamation to the people of the Country of France and recognized by the
U.S. National Video Team and Head Referee of video Games, Walter Day, of the
world famous Twin Galaxies International Scoreboard authorizing Chris & Christine
Milliard of the CGEUK Event to uphold the challenge issued by the English
Video Game Team to the French to settle an 650 year arguement as to who is
the best in the land in video games. The French team is invited to participate
in the world's first International CGEUK Video Gaming Team Event which will
be held in Croyden, England in the summer of 2006.
Twin Galaxies' scorekeepers join CGEUK organizers Chris & Christine Milliard
to lead a contingent of British gamers over to Paris to challenge France to a
"London vs. Paris" contest - billed as "a video game championship to settle a
650-year-old rivalry." This type of event has never happened before, and may
be a way of spreading good will in this friendly tournament.
On Friday, August 12th, at 1:00 PM, the 8-foot tall proclamation, printed on vinyl,
will be unveiled during a CGEUK press conference in Fairfield Hall, in the London
suburb of Croydon. The actual signing of the petition will take place in Fairfield
Hall the next day, Saturday, August 13th, during the course of the one day 2005
Classic Gaming Expo-UK. British Gamers Gamers attending the CGEUK will be
invited to sign this proclamation. This formal public statement gives the French
time to arrange for a retro gaming team to practice in order to play against the
Brit's gaming team at Croyden, England in the 2006 CGEUK event next year.
"The completed proclamation will be hand-delivered to Paris on August 15th,
on the Monday following the CGEUK event. Officials, Walter Day, Chief of Referees
and Billy Mitchell, Perfect Pacman, and his friend Steve Sanders with Twin Galaxies,
the player who was team captain at the 1982 Electronic Circus Video Game
Team Event, will be present for the official signing ceremony. Representatives
from Twin Galaxies' book of world records will join CGEUK's Chris & Christine
Milliard in leading a contingent of players over to France to issue the challenge.
United States Representatives: Walter Day, Billy Mitchell, Doris Self, Brian Kuh,
Shawn Kram, Donald Hayes, Perry Rodgers, Steve Sanders
"The 'London vs. Paris' event will be conducted in a spirit of fun and friendship,"
explains Chris & Christine Milliard, co-founders of the CGEUK. "The difficult years of
past Anglo-Franco conflicts," Chris Milliard says, "are now long behind us and we can
now use the fun and entertaining medium of the video game as a way to create positive
cultural ties between our two nations."
The contest will be conducted on 10 different games representing all eras of video game
history, including maze games from the coin-op arcade era to modern console and PC
titles. The event will be organized by the editorial staff of Twin Galaxies' Official
Video Game & Pinball Book of World Records, the official record book for the worldwide
electronic gaming industry. Link
The contest will be conducted on 10 different games representing all eras of video
The CGEUK English throw down the gauntlet to the French!
London Brit's VS France (2006 Competition)
Classic Gamers Rivalry
Classic Video Game Team contest with the British video game
team to compete against the French video Game team to see
who has the best Retro Classic Gaming Skills in (2006) at
the Croydon, England CGEUK Tournament.
London vs France
The Croydon Proclamation will be signed this August 13, 2005. You'll be able
to take part in gaming history as CGEUK, the Classic Gaming Expo, in signing
a petition to challenge France in a gaming session to finally decide who's the
The petition, described as 'settling a 650 year old rivalry', is 8 feet tall and
anyone attending the CGEUK event on Saturday August 13, 2005 will be invited to
sign it. According to Chris and Christine Millard, co-founders of CGEUK, the petition
will be handed over in the spirit of "fun and friendship, the difficult years of
past Anglo-Franco conflicts, are now long behind us and we can now use the fun and
entertaining medium of the video game as a way to create positive cultural ties
between our two nations."
The petition will be delivered to France on Monday 15th August by a select band
of representatives under a flag of truce, with Walter Day, Twin Galaxies Referee
and many of his entourage including Billy Mitchell, "Perfect Pac man", inviting
members of the French videogame industry to sort themselves out with a team to
take on the English at the next CGEUK in 2006.
Donald Hayes at CGEUK Awards Ceremony receiving a World Record
Certificate for being the 5th person ever to get a Perfect Pacman Game.
The Five Perfect Pacman World Heroes
Pac-Masters, in the order of accomplishment Date:
Billy Mitchell, Hollywood, Florida, USA, July 3, 1999
Rick Fothergill, Toronto, Canada, July 31, 1999
Chris Ayra, Miami, Florida, USA, February 16, 2000
Tim Balderramos, West St. Paul, MN, USA, August 8, 2004
Donald Hayes, Windham, New Hampshire, USA, July 21, 2005 - 12:30am Link
A perfect game has a High Score of 3,333,360 points.
Donald Hayes, High Score Certificate, Pacman -
and Winner of European Championship Event
British vs Americans Croyden, England Tournament (August 13, 2005)
Donald Hayes - Winner, "European Championship"
Donald Hayes, from Windham, New Hampshire, USA won the "European Championship"
held in London at the 2005 Classic Gaming Expo - UK, August 13, 2005
Donald Hayes won player of the year at the CGEUK event at Croydon, London,
England, and he holds the most prestigious High scores possible, including
the recent perfect pacman which only four others in the world have done. Link
Donald Hayes Designated Gamer of the Year for 2004-2005 by officials at
Twin Galaxies for all of his major accomplishments in these current years
and for supremacy on the most sought after coin-operated video game titles.
San Jose, CA, USA
California Extreme Classic Retro Arcade Game Event
and Tournaments Results
(August 6-7, 2005)
Walter Day (www.twingalaxies.com) did not show up but luckily, Mark Alpiger,
"Crystal Castles Champion", (www.classicarcadegaming.com), was there to witness
my (Paul Dean, from Riverside, CA., www.spyhunter007.com), spy hunter high score.
I took the game all the way up to 922,000 when the game suddenly turned off. I
beat Mark Little, from (Doylestown, Pennsylvania), spy hunter current era
champion by over 90,000 points and was still going, after only five days of
practice in over 20 years. I thought I had a pretty good go of it. Mark Alpiger
will have this feat and some video of my game on his web site later in the week.
Steve Wiebe, from Redmond, Washington put in an impressive Donkey Kong Score
in the high 900,000 point range at California Extreme. There was a large crowd
around him, and it was impressive to speak to him and watch his game play.
Steve Wiebe has stated to me that he does not think his wife will let him play
for much longer in these long distance events.
The five event games permanent Pentathlon record
contest games are the following:
1) BUTTONS: Defender - Gino Yoo - 230,125
Pentathlon record:- TBA
2) SHOOTING: Crossbow - Donn Nauert - 9,212,500
Pentathlon record:- TBA
3) TRAK BALL:Missile Command - Tony Temple
4) JOYSTICK: Robotron - Robert (Bonny) Griffin - 960,350
Pentathlon record: - TBA
5) STEERING: Star Wars - David Palmer - 31,660,614
David Nelson, NH Captain is going to California Extreme Link
Twin Galaxies Forums: David Nelson
Location: Derry, NH
Posted: Thu Aug 04, 2005 8:57 pm Post subject: going to California Extreme
I will be unavailable until Tuesday of next week... heading out to California
Extreme (my first time there).
Catch you later!
-David Nelson : captain Video Warriors (NH's Pro Video Game Team)
MDARULZ - Mark Alpiger
Location: Louisville, KY
Posted: Tue Aug 09, 2005 4:42 pm Post subject:
A quick note for everyone on the boards. I too attended CE, and was proud to have
Dave, along with Jason and Anna Cram, and Franz Lanzinger,(FXL) agree to be speakers
for one of the biggest side events at the show - the 'Video Game Tips'n'Tricks
Panel'. I served as 'headhunter' for CE co-organizer Jonathan Koolpe, and was
fortunate to help him assemble a panel of great gamers, all of whom were excellent
at relating how to play their game titles of choice with the audience.
Other than the usual incredible collection of rare (and more common) classic
arcade titles, the other main thing of interest would be the superb performances
of two 80's (and, today !) gamers on their favorite (and current) world record
coin-op titles. Because there's some controversy associated with both, I'll keep
the names out of this post, but suffice it to say that it was worth some observation
time to check out their current abilities, along with all of the games and seminars
that CE offers each and every year ! I'll try to have news and pics up on my site
by early next week, if anyone wants to get a feel for the event, both in specific
(this year), and in general (since the game lineup is somewhat similar every year).
Here's hoping that all classic arcade gamers will attend the event next year,
which is usually the first weekend in August, in San Jose. Mark your calendars,
and check it out for yourself next year ! - Mark Alpiger / MDA
Mark Alpiger's Classic Gaming site Link
I am not up to my old skill level but would like to get back to
my old game skill set.
Paul Dean, Spy Hunter Champion, June 28, 1985
How California Extreme Began:
California Extreme 2005
August 6-7, 2005
San Jose, California
It's like the 1980's all over again with all the old retro games, except that we are
all a bit older this time, with jobs to boot.
The retro scene is a new thing here in the states. It seems to be picking up steam.
Home owners are collecting games for their game rooms causing the prices of old games
like pacman and galaga to be very expensive. Pinball's are also very collectible and now
very expensive to buy.
Papa 8 Pinball World Championships
Professional and Amateur Pinball Association
Papa 8 World Pinball Championships Flyer - August 11-14, 2005
Papa 8 World Pinball Championships
Papa 8 Pinball has the seeds in line and the best players are planning on arriving
in Pittsburg. These players are the following:
A Division, Papa 8, Rank, Before Start of Contest: Link
1 Paul Madison
2 Lyman Sheats
3 Bowen Kerins
4 Jason Werdrick
5 Keith Elwin
6 Stefan Andersson
7 Zach Sharpe
8 Allan Vrooman
9 Neil Shatz
10 Roy Wils
11 Jim Belsito
12 Mats Runsten
13 Dave Stewart
14 Andrei Massenkoff
15 Trent Augenstein
16 Sean Grant
Papa 8 - Before Tournament Start Time
PAPA 8 World Pinball Championships
August 11-14, 2005
Papa 8 - Results
Pinball has also become a big deal with competitions. The Papa 9 Pinball contest has
$10,000 in cash money for the winner and $2,500.00 for second place.
Pinball $10,000 Cash Prize to the Winner
Papa 8 Pinball contest Link
PAPA 8 - Final Results Link
PAPA 8: World Pinball Championships
PAPA 8 PAPA 8 was held August 11-14, 2005!
It was the triumphant re-return of the World Pinball Championships, a worthy
sequel to PAPA 7 and many years of Pinburgh tournaments. Despite the devastating
flood shortly after PAPA 7 and total loss of all the pins, the facility and
pinball collection were completely rebuilt, and PAPA 8 was the largest and best
pinball tournament yet with $33,000 in cash prizes. Link
Bowen Kerins - (2005) WORLD PINBALL CHAMPION
An Coin-Op Pinball Interview with Bowen KerinsLink
A Division Papa 8 Pinball Championship Results:
1st Place - Bowen Kerins
2nd Place - Neil Shatz
3rd Place - Lyman Sheats
4th Place - Zach Sharpe
What is California Extreme?
California Extreme is the "Classic Arcade Games Show". In a nutshell, it's an
annual celebration of coin operated pinball machines, video games and other
novelties you once found in game arcades. It's two days that celebrate this
exceptional entertainment medium, featuring tournaments, speakers, parts vendors,
and an opportunity to play games you may have not seen for years. All the games on
display are set for free play, so leave your quarters in the ash tray in your car.
Last Weeks Post:
Perry Rodgers - Galaxian Champion / Mark Alpiger - Crystal Castle Champion
I might even see Perry Rodgers, a past Galaxian Champion who was beat by a man
from England by the name of Gary Whelan, and I might see Mark Alpiger, a past
Crystal Castles Champion who was beat by Frank Saey. If they show up at
California Extreme next week, I am sure to meet them.
A lot of classic era player's show up for this event and it should be quite interesting.
They do make a claim of over 400 games including 100 pinballs.
Jim belsito, an all time great pinball champion will be attending this event.
He flies all over the country winning prize money on his pinball skills. Pretty good
to be paid for your hobby!
Performance is based on many Factors:
The performance issue is based on alot of outside factors you cannot control.
You have press and outside noises as well as a game that isn't exactly like your own,
and who knows how well the other games have been shopped out. There is also the age
of the game. Some are really on there last leg because of years of abuse. Lastly,
you have luck, sometimes it is with you and sometimes not.
My nerve condition continues to improve at its own rate and hopefully one day
this will all be behind me.
Paul Dean, Spy Hunter Champion, June 28, 1985
Rules: Difficulty = 3, First extra base awarded at 30K, Extra base every 30K (maximum 3),
Starting timer - 1.5 minutes of play (90 seconds). Technically, based on speed of completing
the initial time allotment, it is possible to get an extra car at 14K and another at 18K
if you reach these thresholds before the starting timer expires.
Rank % Score Player Date Verified Scoring Method
1 100.00 % 9,512,590 Paul Dean 06/28/1985 Referee
2 8.75 % 832,620 Mark E Little 05/05/2003 Video
3 8.35 % 794,495 Brent McDowell 06/30/1984 Referee
3 8.35 % 794,495 Brian McDowell 06/11/2004 Referee
4 6.31 % 599,925 Ugo Lodigiani 09/03/1985 Referee
5 4.35 % 413,510 Sal Luiso 06/11/2004 Referee
6 3.98 % 378,335 Ryan Coulter 06/05/2004 Video
7 3.65 % 346,980 Phil Britt 06/11/2004 Referee
8 3.03 % 288,535 Pat Laffaye 05/09/2001 Referee
9 2.37 % 224,980 David Nelson 06/27/2002 Referee
Guinness Book of World Records (1986)
Missile Command Challenge: Link
Robert T. Mruczek - Chief Referee Announcement (Twin Galaxies Scoreboard)
ROBERT T. MRUCZEK - (Special TG Announcement) Link
Posted: Mon Aug 01, 2005 12:52 am Post subject: Special TG Announcement
Robert Mruczek - Chief Referee
Robert T. Mruczek Reports breaking news regarding his postion at Twin Galaxies:
BREAKING NEWS FOR TWIN GALAXIES Link
Please be advised that effective December 31st, 2005, my recently submitted
resignation as "chief referee" and Board of Directors member for Twin Galaxies
will go into effect.
Up to that point, I will continue to operarate in the capacity of "chief referee",
while my Board of Directors status and authority is terminated effective immediately.
One reason a TG Official Would leave TG: Link
A Person found to be using at-work computer time and resources for TG purposes;
given an ultimatum by superiors, gamer chose work over TG
Robert Mruczek - Chief Referee Link
Posted: Fri Aug 26, 2005 4:24 am Post subject: Please Welcome the Newest TG Staff !!
Robert Mruczek writes:
That brings me to the final matter. After discussing with Walter, I will be remaining
on board on January first BUT will operate in a more focused capacity as "MAME referee",
which will give me a chance to cultivate the platform the way I started to after porting
over Mark Longridge's years of data.
BREAKING NEWS FOR CALIFORNIA EXTREME Link
Last updated July 22, 2005
(7/22/05) Attention Arcade Enthusiasts!
Video games and pinball machines are set to invade San Jose ... soon!
The CA Extreme arcade collectors' show is just two weeks away, and the show is
forming up to be a great weekend of play, discovery, competition, and camaraderie.
Updates: T-Shirt, Speakers, Pre-registration and PAPA combo specials
The T-Shirt design is finally done, and several options are to be offered. You
can check out the artwork mockups at:
Several shirt colors
will be available, and there is an option for a cool retro monochrome screening
or a more friendly color printing. Give us feedback on your preference, and if
you pre-register we'll hold the shirt of your preference. Drop us a note if you
already pre-registered and we'll make sure you get the shirt you want!
The Atari Film Festival returns with fresh footage unearthed from the archives
featuring some great Commercials, game test footage, and the height of fashion
sensibilities! Al Alcorn, "Pong Inventor" Ed Rotberg, Owen Rubin, and Kelly Turner are scheduled
to help you fully appreciate what you'll be watching. (Hey Atari alum ... let us
know if you'd like to get involved!)
Pinball creators Williams Electronics Greg Dunlap, Ted Estes, and Steve Ritchie will be on hand to
discuss game design. Find out about how a rule set evolves for a game and why
your favorite shot is so easy or impossible to hit!
We've got a full lineup of speakers on topics from history to restoration
techniques, and expert players to reveal the tricks to getting phenomenal
scores on both video and pinball machines.
PRE-REGISTRATION DEADLINE EXTENDED The deadline to get in your pre-registration
has been extended to August 1st. There are a number of benefits to pre-registration.
-Shorter line to get in to the show. -Half hour early admission to the show floor
both days. -Five bucks off the price of T-shirts. -Slick graphic laminated ID badge.
-Free Stuff! Get a free handheld video game compliments of Classic Arcade Grafix.com,
"I Got Next" show token, etc.
In addition, this year we have teamed up with PAPA (www.papa.org) to offer free
drawing tickets at the show for those who pre-register for BOTH shows. How cool
would it be to win a FREE Pinball Machine or Ultracade Arcade Legends Video Game
just for registering to be places you'll want to be anyway?
There will also be parts and complete machines for sale, including Marco Specialties
(www.marcospec.com), Mario VanCleave (Pinthetic), and Don Mueting and Rob Hawkins
from Pinball Collectors Resource. Also, a number of different pinball tournaments
along with some world record score attempts will be featured.
Spread the word - the show is coming up August 6 & 7.
If you have a game you'd like to show off or share, your participation is greatly
appreciated - bringing games gets you discounted or free admission - let us know
what you've got.
We are looking to rent a large (approximately 54') trailer with a liftgate. If
anyone has a trailer we can rent or has an account to rent a trailer, please
contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Extreme Team
A list of some of the Video Games on Free Play at California Extreme
for August 6-7, 2005
Video Games on Free Play:
Accelerator (Atari Proto) Scott Evans
Akka Arrh (Atari Proto) Scott Evans
Akka Arrh Panos Koutsoyannis
Afterburner Dennis Towne
Alpine Surfer Ken/TJ
Asteroids Brett Pulliam
Astron Belt Steve Hertz
Atari Arcade Classics Scott Evans
Ataxx Chris Kuntz
Badlands (atari) Ken/TJ
Badlands (laserdisc) Steve Hertz
Battlezone Frank Autenreith
Battlezone Mini Eric
Beatmania Complete Mix Ken/TJ
Beavis & Butthead (Atari Proto) Ken/TJ
Begas Battle Steve
Berzerk Dale Luck
Biofreaks Tim Paule
Black Widow Kevin Rhinehart
Blaster (Duramold w/30 Level ROMs) Josh Furman
Blueprint Mini Ken/TJ
Bosconian Mini Jonathan
Bubbles Brett Pulliam
Bump N Jump Aaron Arutunian
Centipede Mini Tom Bazzano
Championship Sprint Tom Bombaci
Choplifter Tom Bombaci
Cliff Hanger Steve Hertz
Cloak & Dagger Jonathan Koolpe
Cobra Command Steve Hertz
Cosmic Chasm Panos Kousoyannis
Cosmo Gang Ken/TJ
Crazy Climber Frank Autenreith
Crystal Castles (Proto Scott Evans
Crystal Castles Andrew Pascual
Cyberstorm (Atari Proto) Scott Evans
Dance Dance Revolution (2 player) Chris Kuntz
Dance Dance Revolution (Solo) Ken/TJ
(prototype) Pete Ashdown
Defender Tom Bombaci
Demon Pete Ashdown
Dig Dug (cocktail) Joel Steffen
Discs of Tron (Upright) Brett Pulliam
Donkey Kong Steve Lin
Donkey Kong (w/ foundry level) Aaron Arutunian
Donkey Kong, Jr. Tom Bazzano
Dr Sparks (Atari Proto) Scott Evans
Dragon's Lair Steve Hertz
Dragon's Lair 2 Steve Hertz
Fire Fox (Maybe) Steve Hertz
Fire Truck Steve Lin
FishLife (Sega Proto) Ken/TJ
Food Fight Jonathan Koolpe
Freeze (Atari Proto) Ken/TJ
Frenzy Dale Luck
Front Line Brett Pulliam
Galaga Jonathan Koolpe
Galaga Joel Steffen
Galaga 88 Ken/TJ
Galaxian Tom Bombaci
Galaxy Ranger Steve Hertz
Galaxy Rescue Tom Bombaci
Gallagher (Laserdisc) Ken/TJ
Gauntlet Chris Kuntz
Gauntlet II (4p) Jude Kelley
Gorf Steve Lin
Gravitar Jonathan Koolpe
* The Grid (5) Ken/TJ
Gyruss Kevin Rhinehart
Hard Drivin's Airborne (Atari Proto) Ken/TJ
Hot Rod Rebels (Atari Proto) Staff
I Robot Jonathan Koolpe
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Jonathan Koolpe
Interstellar Steve Hertz
Irritating Maze Tom Bazzano
Journey Brett Pulliam
Joust Joel Steffen
Joust Cocktail Tom Bazzano
Joust 2 Jonathan Koolpe
Kick Mike Louie
Killer Instinct (dedicated) Ken/TJ
Klax Mini Proto Ken/TJ
Kram Pete Ashdown
Liberator Mike Louie
Lunar LanderEric Von Bastian
Mach 3 Steve Hertz
Mad Planets Jonathan Koolpe
Major Havoc (dedicated) Panos Kousoyannis
Make TraxBill Esquivel
Make Trax Mini Ken/TJ
Mappy Chris Parks
Marble Man (Atari Proto) Staff
Mario Bros Aaron Arutunian
Marvel Superheroes Tom Bombaci
Marvel vs Capcom Ken/TJ
Metal Maniacs (Atari Proto) Scott Evans
Millipede Aaron Arutunian
Missile Command Aaron Arutunian
Missile CommandBill Esquivel
Monkey Ball Ken/TJ
MK3 Ultimate (dedicated) Ken/TJ
Mouse Trap Eric C
Mystic Marathon (he promises to have it working this time:))Bill Esquivel
Ms Pac Man Mini Tom Bazzano
Ms Pac Man Dennis Towne
Namco classics (cocktail w/Rally X, Dig Dug, & Pac-Man) Elijah Jones
Neo Geo 2-Slot (w/Metal Slug and Puzzle Bobble) Andrew
Neo Geo 2-slot Ken/TJ
Neo Geo 4-slot Ken/TJ
Neo Geo 6-slot Ken/TJ
NFL Blitz Ken/TJ
NFL Football (laserdisc) (Maybe) Steve Hertz
Omega Race (cabaret) Steve Lin
PacMan Tom Bombaci
PacMan (cocktail w/96-in-one kit)Eric Von Bastian
Paperboy Kevin Rhinehart
Peter Packrat Ken/TJ
Point Blank Ken/TJ
Point Blank 2 Ken/TJ
Police Trainer Ken/TJ
Popeye Brett Pulliam
Professor Pac Man Steve Hertz
Puzz Loop Ken/TJ
Qbert Bill Esquivel
Quantum Jonathan Koolpe
Race Drivin Mini Ken/TJ
Radikal Bikers Ken/TJ
Road Burners Upright Ken/TJ
Road Burners Upright Ken/TJ
Robotron 2084 Joel
Rush 2049 Tournament Edition (4-8 LINKED!) Staff
Sarge Chris Parks
Sinistar Tom Bombaci
Smash TV Tom Bombaci
Space Ace Steve Hertz
Space Duel Aaron Arutunian
Space Fury Mike Rhinehart
Space Harrier Tom Bombaci
Space Invaders Deluxe Brett Pulliam
Space War Ken/TJ
Space War (cocktail prototype) Panos Kousoyannis
Spy Hunter Mike Louie
Star Rider Steve Hertz
Star Trek Jonathan Koolpe
Star Wars (Cockpit) Frank Autenreith
Star Wars (Upright w/ ESB) Tom Bazzano
Stargate Frank Autenreit
Street Fighter 2 CE HF Tom Bombaci
Stun Runner Steve Lin
Super Don Quix-ote Steve
Super Puzzle Fighter II Tom Bombaci
Super Strike Ken/TJ
Super Zaxxon Frank Autenreith
T-Mek Upright Ken/TJ
Tailgunner 2 Ken/TJ
Tapper Frank Autenreith
Teeter Torture Ken/TJ
Tekken 3 Ken/TJ
Tempest Jonathan Koolpe
Tempest (multigame) Eric
Tempest Mini Tom Bazzano
Thayer's Quest Steve Hertz
The Electric Yo-Yo Pete Ashdown
Tail Gunner 2 Ken/TJ
Tetris Tim Paule
Timber Kevin Rhinehart
Time Pilot Tom Bombaci
Toobin' Aaron Arutunian
Top Skater Ken/TJ
Tournament Cyberball (4 player) Mike Louie
Track & Field Kevin Rhinehart
Tron Steve Lin
Tron Joel Steffen
Tron (cocktail) Eric
Turkey ShootBill Esquivel
Ultracade with just fighting games (Darkstalkers, SF1, SF2, SF2CE,SF2CE-Hyper) Ken/TJ
Uo Poko Tom Bombaci
Venture Jonathan Koolpe
Videobox Laserdisc Video Jukebox Ken/TJ
Wacko Chris Parks
Warlords (2 player upright)Bill Esquivel
Warlords (Cocktail) Brett Pulliam
Warlords (Cocktail) Kevin Rhinehart
Warlords (Cocktail) Ken/TJ
Warrior Frank Autenreith
War of the Worlds Panos Koutsoyannis
Williams Multigame Tom
Wizard Of Wor Mark B
Xevious Mike Louie
Zeke's Peak Kevin Rhinehart
Zektor (yes!!) Panos Koutsoyannis
Zookeeper Jonathan Koolpe
Addams Family Ken/TJ
Apollo 13 Ken/TJ
Arabian Nights Mark B
Arabian Nights Ken/TJ
Arabian Nights Walter Hurwitz
Austin Powers Ken/TJ
Bank-a-Ball (1950) Bob Ellingson
Bank-a-Ball (1965) Bob Ellingson
Big Bang Bar John Casiday
Black Hole Mark B
Black Knight Mark B
Black Knight 2000 Chris Parks
* Black Knight 2000 Mark B
Blackwater 100 Bob Ellingson
Cactus Canyon G. James Cabibi
Centaur Mark B
Creature/Black Lagoon Ken/TJ
Cue Ball WizardDennis Towne
Doodle Bug Mark B
Dr. Dude Mark B
Earthshaker Greg Ong
Earthshaker (prototype) Tim Paule
Eight Ball Deluxe Mark B
Eight Ball Deluxe Chris Kuntz
Elvira & the Party Monsters G. James Cabibi
F-14 Tomcat Mark B
Fast Draw EM Dennis Towne
Fathom Chris Kuntz
Fireball II Chris Kuntz
Firepower Mark B
Firepower (prototype)Eric Von Bastian
Fish Tales Ken/TJ
Flight 2000 Mark B
Flip Flop Mark B
Flipper Football Walter Hurwitz
FunHouse Bob Ellingson
Future Spa Chris Kuntz
Gottlieb Soccer Chris Erskine/Dan
Galaxy Mark B
Getaway Greg Ong
High Speed Mark B
Hyperball Mark B
Independence Day Ken/TJ
Jacks Open Helmut Jordt
Jolly Jokers Ken/TJ
Jolly Park Ken/TJ
Kingpin (Capcom) Ken/TJ
Laser War (pin) JPeter Holley
Lightning Mark B
Meteor Mark B
Medievil Madness Mark
Medusa Chris Kuntz
Monster Bash Ken/TJ
Mushroom World Ken/TJ
Mustang (Gottlieb) Dale Garbutt
Nitro Groundshaker Bob
Orbitor 1 Bob Ellingson
Pinball Magic Bob Ellingson
Punchy The Clown Ken/TJ
Rollergames Mark B
St. Louis Bob Ellingson
Scared Stiff Bob Ellingson
Space Shuttle Mark B
Speak Easy Chris Kuntz
Spectrum Chris Kuntz
Star Trek: The Next Generation Tim Paule
Strange World Helmut Jordt
Super Flipper (video game in a pinball cabinet) Panos Kousoyannis
Swords of Fury Ken/TJ
Taxi Mark B
Tag Team Tom Bombaci
Time Machine Mark B
Time Machine Dennis Towne
Twilight Zone JB
Vector Mark B
Volley (Gottlieb) Dale Garbutt
Who Dunnit Walter
Whirlwind Mark B
Whirlwind Tim Paule
Whirlwind Ex Ken/TJ
World Cup Soccer '94 Mark B
World Cup Soccer '94 Ken/TJ
World Series Mark B
The CA Extreme staff