To ascertain what scores in video games are actually world records, a nation wide
competition was held under the auspices of Twin Galaxies with Walter Day as coordinator,
across the continent.
The results of the competition are in the accompanying chart. The winners and their scores
have been verified by qualified judges. This was the first competition of this kind and plans
are to continue this under the same auspices annually.
January 1985, L.A., California: Captain Video Arcade
North American Video Game Challenge
10672 W Pico Blvd - Los Angeles, CA (310)-837-4195
Captain Video Arcade Owners: Mr. Mike McClelland and Mr. Gary Gullette
Phil Britt -- 1st Place Winner Coronation Day 1985 And player of the year 1985
[ Mike Sullivan, Jeff Peters, Phil Britt, Jack Gale, Donn Nauert ]
Kung Fu, Pole Position, Paperboy, Zoo Keeper, Donkey Kong
Phil Britt, Mike Sullivan, Dave Dean, Paul Dean, Mike Quarles all of Riverside, CA.
Paperboy, Kung Fu, Mappy, Spy Hunter, Crystal Castles
All are Guinness Book Champion Players who lived and practiced in Riverside, CA.
During the Twin Galaxies [Video Game Golden Age.]
January 18, 1982 - January 5, 1986.
[ Player of the Year Winners 1984-1987 ]
Paul Dean, spy hunter champion, June 28, 1985
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Biography Commentary Questions
Click On Below Graphic Text For Spy Hunter Introduction
Tournament and Guinness Book Results From 1983-2004
Click On Below Graphic Text For All Video High Scores thru 2004
The Golden Era
Click On Below Graphic Text For Material On The Golden Years Of Video Games 1980's
Click the Below Graphic Text to read my Conversations With Walter Day
June 9, 2004 Walter Day states, "No Replay Necessary" for Paul Dean
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Thank You, Paul Dean