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December 2005 Texas Tournament What: The Legends of the Golden Age Competition Date: Dec 2nd-4th, 2005 Where: Totally Amused 19333 Hwy 59 North Humble, Tx 77338
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Humble, Texas Contest Map Location Humble, Texas is 18 miles NE of Houston, TX. Humble Tourist Information Humble Area Chamber of Commerce 110 West Main Street, Humble, TX 77338 281-446-2128
Dwayne Richard Link Referee-at-Large Posted: Wed Nov 16, 2005 6:54 pm Post subject: Houston event info -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Come one come all to Humble, Texas!!! It's been a long time in the waiting, but it has finally arrived... The reunion to beat all reunions... The tribal gathering of some of the greatest 80's video game players ever!!! www.vidpin.com/show.htm High-Score Tourneys On These Games Bega's Battler, Blaster, Bubbles, Cosmic Chasm, Interstellar, Major Havoc, Red Baron, Robotron, Space Ace, Turkey Shoot and many others.
The Legendary Video Game Players Meet What: The Legends of the Golden Age Date: Dec 2nd-4th, 2005 Where: Totally Amused 19333 Hwy 59 North Humble, Tx 77338 Vidpin - Totally Amused Vidpin Link
Contact: (832) 347-6570 (Callan Hendricks or Dwayne Richard) Link Tge Gameroom hours: Friday 12pm - 2am (or till the end of your game) Saturday 10am - 2am (or till the end of your game) Sunday 10am - 2am (or till the end of your game) The Show will be featuring lots of rare and hard to find games including Azteraac, Cosmic Chasm, Turbo Sub, I, Robot, Dedicated Major Havoc, Joust 2, and Blaster. (plus many more) Competitions:
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Pinballs include Southpark, Twilight Zone, Champion Pub, Fishtales, Starship Troopers, and Joust Pinball. This is a high score event... We don't stop until your game is over! Walter Day, the official score keeper of the video industry, will be on hand to officiate and record scores at the contest. The contests will end on Sunday afternoon around 3.30pm so we can validate results and give out awards. Betson a national games designer has contacted us about hosting a Target Terror, Need for Speed and a new "Buckhunter Pro" prototype game contest. We are definitely going have to have some high score contest on Robotron and Joust. We are going to host the 2nd twingalaxies 'turbo sub' championship. We are looking at having a contest with at least five games. These have already been chosen: Donkey Kong 3, Bubbles, Gravitar, Space Ace and Baby Pacman. Space Ace The show is also featuring some of Betson's / Raw Thrills (Eugene Jarvis) new vids!!! We'll have a Target Terror and two linked Fast and Furious games on free play for all to enjoy... Betson has also been kind enough to allow us to show ya'll for the first time their prototype new Buck Hunter Pro!!! 11/18/05 CANCELED PRO PROTOTYPE This will be on free play, and it's the only place in Houston you can see it!!! There will be a film crew at the show filming these greats playing there game for an upcoming documentary soon to be announced. The shop is located one exit north Bush Intercontental Airport. We have talked with the local hotels, so make sure you tell them you are with the video game convention to get rates from Dec 1 - Dec 5th, 2005. Econo lodge (about 300 yards from Gameroom) 9821 W FM 1960 RD (business), Humble, Tx (281) 548-2900 Price: 55+ tax Rodeway Inn and Suites (right beside it) 9717 W FM 1960 RD (business), Humble, Tx (281) 446-5001 Price : 60 + tax This one is the best deal about 800 yards across the interstate and up two blocks Champions Inn 20145 Eastway Village Drive Humble, Tx (281) 446-4300 Price $42 + tax for singles $47 + tax for doubles Any questions send me a note at mrbigwig(at)hotmail.com or post here for all to see. Dwayne Richard Link Dwayne Richard Continued: Things are coming along. The heat is on high and the sweat is dripping down. Alot of work is helping things come together. Walter will be posting a press release very soon about the cool things happening here in houston. 1. We are going to host the 2nd twingalaxies 'turbo sub' championship. originally in 1986 steve harris organized a contest for entertainment sciences. It was listed on the attract mode in the game and the winner were to appear in the guinness book of world records. 2. Betson a national games designer has contact us about hosting a Target Terror, Need for Speed and a new "buckhunter pro" prototype game contest. Josh and ross will be here continuing their documentary filming. I believe we also may see an appearance of coin-op.tv. We got some arcade t-shirts to give away and sell from powerupclothing.com The new sinstar shirt rocks. Dig dug is here and working great. We will have a number of games to add to the list. We are looking at getting a zookeeper that at some point we may be able to swap to an electric yoyo for something different to play. As well i hope to have my space dungeon ready to go by then. We are definitely going have to have some high score contest on robotron and joust. Abner Ashman is coming so we hope to get him to play some ms pacman and jr pacman. We are also in the process of getting a turbo sub t-shirt ready to go. We need to get the art work done. They will be black with graphics from the game. They will be on sale at the show for 22 or 17 in advance. Details will have to get worked out yet on this though. Any questions send me a note at mrbigwig@hotmail.com or post here for all to see. dwayne Will Dwayne single handidly save the Classic Coin-Op Industry from going into oblivion? ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Legendary Video Game Stars from the Early 1980s Gather in Humble for Convention Link Humble, TX - November 17, 2005 - A video game convention of superstars who were prominent back in the early 1980s is scheduled for Humble, TX, the weekend of December 2-4, 2005. Among the dozens of visiting celebrities is Abdner Ashamn of Brooklyn, who is world famous as the record holder on Ms. Pac-Man and Robotron. Also, coming from San Jose, California is Mike Klug, a legendary competitor and former world record holder on Atari's Pole Position. And Greg Sakundiak of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, who held many world records on classic arcade games during the 80s but retired from gaming to pursue a career in professional arm wrestling. Created by Callan Hendricks and Dwayne Richard, proprietors of Totally Amused, a Humble firm that specializes in selling and repairing classic video games from the 1978-1986 era, the event will allow the public to play nearly 100 classic video games while noted gaming celebrities demonstrate gaming tips and tell stories from the "arcade era" of the early 1980s. Called the Legends of the Golden Age: A Tribal Gathering of the Greatest Video Game Superstars of the 1980s, the event will feature high-score contests on dozens of games, allowing players to potentially win listings in Twin Galaxies' Official Video Game & Pinball Book of world Records, the industry's official record book. Walter Day, editor of the record book, will be at the event to conduct the contests and verify the high scores for the record book. Not only will there be two national events on classic games like Turbo-Sub and Aztarac, but the highlight of the weekend will be two additional arcade contests featuring two of the top arcade games currently in the nation's arcades. Promoted as The Houston Arcade Championships, this additional tournament features Target: Terror and The Fast and the Furious, both games manufactured by Raw Thrills, Inc., a Chicago-based company that was founded by Eugene Jarvis, the creator of the legendary Stargate and Robotron video games. These two modern games have been donated to the activities courtesy of Betson Enterprises, a national coin-op vending company with offices throughout the nation, including the Dallas-Houston area. The event site is in the showroom of Totally Amused (vidpin), at the Humble Plaza Shopping Center, 19333 Hwy 59 N, Humble TX, 77338. Information can be obtained by calling 832-347-6570 Admission for the three-day event is $20 per day or $45 for the entire weekend. The games will be set on free play and the general admission fee covers automatic enrollment in all contests. And, the best thing for serious gamers is that the showroom stays open all three days from 10:00 AM until 2:00 AM the next night, allowing unlimited video game play. "I wouldn't miss this for anything," says Dwayne Richard, who has been helping Hendricks organize the event. Dwayne Richard is one of the legendary stars that will be on display, showing off his skills on more than a dozen games. "When the contests start," warns Richard, who won the world championships in 1986 and 2003, "I'll have to be in top form because many legendary 'gunslingers' are coming to town to prove that they are still the 'fastest guns.'" --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Numerous famous superstars have plans to compete in this Championship. Among them is Dwayne Richard of Grand Prairie, Alberta, Canada, who will attend the Houston location and try to break the world records on many games, among them Dig Dug and Tutankham -- two famous arcade classics issued in 1982. Richard currently holds the world records on more than a half dozen games, including Super Bagman, Warp Warp, Super Buster Bros. and Two Tigers. Some of the great gamers who showed and competed for Championship Titles: Gary Hatt Gary Hatt, for instance, has held many world records in his career, including the record on the arcade hit Badlands, published in 1983, and was a long-time member of the U.S. National Video game Team back in the early 1980s. He was traveling with Paul Dean, A Spy Hunter Champion from the 1985 3rd Annual Masters Tournament. Dwayne Richard holds a large number of classic arcade records and was the world champion in 1986 and 2003. He also was a member of the U.S. National Video Game Team in the early 1980s. Greg Sakundiak has held many arcade titles during the last 20 years and was a member of the U.S. National Video Game Team in the early 1980s. He retired from gaming to pursue a career in professional arm wrestling and in 2003-4 was ranked 4th in the world in arm wrestling. Paul Dean is the world record holder of spy hunter, published in 1986 and pulled of a 41 hour new world record on the game Frenzy, of 4,874,931. Frenzy is the sequel to Berzerk. Abner Ashman Abdner Ashman of Queens, NY has set new Robotron and Junior Pac-Man marks at Totally Amused in Houston, Texas during the "Legends of the Golden Age" superstar reunion. Totally Amused - Contest Results: Humble, TX USA December 4, 2005: Abner Ashman record Junior Pac-Man record of 2,238,990 points beat by himself just hours later with the following news: December 6, 2005 : Abdner Ashman reached board 129 at 1:00 Am CST with Walter Day and Greg Sakundiak as his witnesses. He scored a new world record on Jr. pac-Man of 3,330,950 points. Link Abner Ashman is also the best in the world on the famous title, Ms. Pac-Man: Ms. Pac-Man, Arcade, Factory Settings Link World Rank 1 Score 921,360 Player Abdner Ashman Queens, NY United States Date Achieved Tuesday, August 09, 2005 Date Verified Tuesday, August 09, 2005 Verification Method Video Kelly Tharp of Sellersburg, Indiana played 18 hours to grab the Tapper world title. New Tapper High Score of 9,437,400
Abner Ashman Leads with Two Records -- but Dean and Tharp Shine, Too! Link Frenzy, Jr. Pac-Man, Robotron and Tapper marks set at Totally Amused in Houston 12/4/2005 Abdner Ashman of Queens, NY has set new Robotron and Junior Pac-Man marks at Totally Amused in Houston, Texas during the "Legends of the Golden Age" superstar reunion. And, playing for 41 hours, Paul Dean of Riverside, California set a new Frenzy record of 4,874,931. Plus, Kelly Tharp of Sellersburg, Indiana played 18 hours to grab the Tapper world title with a high score of 9,437,400. Playing at 3:00 AM in the morning, after more than 200 attempts, Abdner achieved 945,550 points, history's highest Robotron score on the difficult 5-man setting. Earlier in the night, Abdner had set a new Junior Pac-Man record of 2,238,990 points. Abdner Ashman is now recognized as a rare "renaissance" player who has world-class skills on both strategy games and fast-reaction-time games. Accomplishments by Ashman, Dean and Tharp were among the highlight of a night of all-night gaming that saw dozens of players from around North America breaking long-standing records from the early 1980s. ==================================================================================== Press Releases (New Link) 2/22/2006 Kelly Tharp Ends at 19.9 Million on Q*Bert Link Finishing with 44 Hours, Tharp Took over 6th Place, passing scores from 1983 Kelly Tharp's Attempt to Break 22-Year-Old Q*Bert World Record Ends at 19.9 Million Points and 44 Hours. If approved, Tharp Takes over 6th place in the "All-Time" Rankings. Now, Twin Galaxies has to review the entire videotape of the performance before giving the final seal of approval. Kelly Tharp has finished his marathon on the legendary arcade video game, Q*Bert, possibly the most difficult video game in history to play for long periods of time due to its bizarre geometry and colorful screens. For more background information on Kelly's quest, go to this story: Man Attempts 72-Hour Marathon to Break Video Game World Record Kelly reports that his eyes could no longer see the screen at the end and he was helpless to stop his men from dying, even though he was wide awake and had plenty of stamina still left. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ November 22, 2005 Twin Galaxies Announces 'Legends Of The Golden Age' Event Link A video game convention for arcade game champions who were prominent in the early 1980s is scheduled for Humble, TX, the weekend of December 2-4, 2005. Called the "Legends of the Golden Age: A Tribal Gathering of the Greatest Video Game Superstars of the 1980s," the event will feature high-score contests on dozens of games, allowing players to potentially win listings in Twin Galaxiesí Official Video Game & Pinball Book of World Records, the industryís 'official record book'. Walter Day, editor of the record book, will be at the event to conduct the contests and verify the high scores for the record book, and there will be two national events on classic games like Turbo-Sub and Aztarac. Among the notable players making an appearance is Abdner Ashamn of Brooklyn, who is world famous as the record holder on Ms. Pac-Man and Robotron. Also, coming from San Jose, California is Mike Klug, a legendary competitor and former world record holder on Atariís Pole Position. In addition, Greg Sakundiak of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, who held many world records on classic arcade games during the 80s, but retired from gaming to pursue a career in professional arm wrestling, will also be present. A list of names of players who got new records at the Humble, Texas Event: Aztarac, Dwayne Richard, Mark Boolman, Greg Sakundiak, Gary Hat Jason Spindler Badlands, Chris Smith, Gary Hatt, Jason Spindler, Blaster, Dwayne Richard, Greg Sakundiak, Canyon Bomber, Gary Hatt, Dwayne Richard Cosmic Chasm, Dwayne Richard Crazy Climber, Art Zepeda, Gary Hatt Fast and the Furious Championship (Factory Difficulties) Callan Hendricks, Greg Sakundiak, Jason Spindler, Dave Miller, Humble, TX Gary Hatt Times Square, Gary Hatt Frenzy, Paul Dean Interstellar, Dwayne Richard, Matt Buchholz, Greg Sakundiak Jr. Pac-Man, Abdner Ashman Lunar Rescue, Gary Hatt, Greg Sakundiak, Troy Whelan Red Baron, Troy Whelan Robotron, Abdner Ashman, Greg Sakundiak Tapper, Kelly Tharp, 9,437,400 Spiders, Dwayne Richard, Walter Day Star Trek, Gary Hatt Target:Terror Gold Troy Whelan, Gary Hatt Target:Terror Gold Championships Perimeter - Gary Hatt, Troy Whelan Turbo-Sub Dwayne Richard, Jason Spindler, Mark Boolman, Gary Hatt, Chris Smith, Walter Day A list of some of the games confirmed at the contest:

720 Aztaraac Badlands Battle Zone Blaster Bubbles Canyon Bomber Cosmic Chasm Defender Dig Dug Disc of Tron Dragon's Lair Empire Fantasy Frenzy Gravitar Gyruss I Robot Indiana Jones Interstellar Firefox Joust 2 Jr Pac-man Lunar Lander Mach 3 Major Havoc Marble Madness Ms Pac-man Nibbler Pac-man jr. Pac-man Pole Position Pong Quantum Red Baron Rip Off Robotron Scramble Sky Dive Space Ace Space Duel Space Fury Space War Spy Hunter Star Trek Star Wars Super Cobra Tac Scan Tapper Tempest Time Pilot Tron Turkey Shoot Tutankham Us vs Them Some great players that are looking at coming and/or competing at the contest: Mark Alpiger Donn Nauert Mark Boolman Mike Klug Greg Erway Walter Day Robert T. Mruczek Jeff Peters Chris Emery Callan (vidpin) Hendriks Charles Kalas Abdner Ashman Greg Sakundiak Robert Shatter Darren Olsen Kent Farries Tim M Stodden

Play Hard! GO Cyberatheletes are getting something that classic gamers rarely see, big money. Link Some Houstonians refuse to let classic arcade games die said writer, Michael McGuff of abc13.com Tech(6/03/04 - HUMBLE, Texas) - Video games have come a long way since the heyday of the 1980's. What we now consider as the classics are simple by today's standards, but used to fill arcades across throughout America. However as the 1990's arrived, the arcades that housed those games started to closing theeir doors one by one. There just wasn't enough traffic being pulled into these arcades as home units became more and more popular. But not everyone in the Houston, Texas area is ready to let those games go. That's there childhood memories," that are disapearing. "Some people prefer the upright game - they prefer standing in front of an arcade, having a joystick in your hand pressing a button - it's the reliving of your youth," said VidPin Amusements owner Callan Hendricks. There is nothing like the feel of a real coin-operated video game controller. Over a decade ago, Hendricks found an old Space Invaders game at a flea market on Airline Drive. He bought it and a love affair was born. Refusing to let that game and others die, Hendricks quit his downtown Houston computer job and started restoring the forgotten games of his youth. "You need to know a little about everything," Hendricks said. "You need to know about electronics, woodwork and you need to know how to work. You have to spend a lot of time - it's a labor of love." Besides that, who doesn't like to talk about their favorite video games all day long. His Humble, Texas workshop called VidPin Amusements is full of what people would call the classics. From Pacman and Galaga to Tetrus, Guantlet and Tempest. When you browse through the rows of games, you'll notice a Ms. Pac-Man, Space Invaders, all the way down to the extremely rare ones like Death Race, all masterfully restored. Hendricks and other collectors around Houston are fueling a new found interest in the old games. These private home coin-op game rooms are popping up all over. The generation X has the money and the time to recreate the gamerooms they once loved as kids. "We have real fond memories of going to the arcades. It was as much a social event as it was playing the games," Hendricks said. "Home consoles killed the arcade and once Nintendo came out it was all over." VidPin is getting noticed by others around the country. Gaming world champion Dwayne Richard, of Canada, tours the U.S. winning cash prizes in competitions. He's at the shop this week training to play in a Humble-area tournament. "I broke the Dig Dug record and won a thousand bucks - this is where I'm trying to get all my quarters back," Richard said laughing. Richard was a champion in the 1980s but gave it up to attend school as a Theology major. It wasn't until the late 1990s when he started getting back on the circuit. So far he's won over $6,000. He supports himself by selling the buying and selling the classics. "One of my buddies, Billy Mitchell has a saying, 'Work is for people who can't play video games,'" Richard joked. "This was my dream back when I was a kid...like I never thought I'd be doing this and I still laugh about it." "Game shows have been becoming more prominent," Hendricks noted." They started out pretty much in California with California Extreme and it's been progressing across America. Each of the places that have been having shows has been getting bigger and bigger every year." That's true for Houston too. Keith Christensen who founded the Houston Area Arcade Group, has been putting on an expo with a tournament for several years. A place where collectors, gamers and the general public can meet and play as many games as they want in an arcade-like setting. "It's for people for nostalgia sake to go in and have fun," Christensen said. "With the tournament you can enter and that's where you can win prizes." Hendricks, Richard and Christensen are part of a growing community who lives for these relics. A group that prefers the simplicity of the past to the complex games of today. It's game play instead of fancy graphics. "Look at Ms. Pac-Man, you have a little yellow man eating dots chasing after ghosts. That's something you don't see anymore, people don't use that type of imagination anymore," Hendricks said. "You have your gun, you blow stuff up, you run down a tunnel. It's more detailed graphics and sound wise but the game play is gone I think." Information can be obtained by calling 832-347-6570 Admission for the three-day event is $20 per day or $45 for the entire weekend. The games will be set on free play and the general admission fee covers automatic enrollment in all contests. For questions call 832 347 6570 Dwayne Richard or email Dwayne Richard at mrbigwig(at)hotmail.com Co-Producer, Callan Hendricks will also be manning the phone lines if you have any questions. 832 347 6570 Showroom of Totally Amused Humble Plaza Shopping Center 19333 Hwy 59 N, Humble TX, 77338 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Yes, they are really coming out of the woodwork to show up at this classic video game competition reunion. You've asked yourself, "what has happened to all those great classic era players of the 1980's", and now you can see them in person. NOTE: Spy Hunter Champion, Paul Dean will be there to take on all challenges in Texas as I did at California Extreme earlier in 2005. Come one, come all and play against me, and try to beat my Spy Hunter high score of 9,512,590. This invitation goes out to Mark Little as well. He feels he can beat me, so show up and show me you can! The Competition is on December 2-4, 2005 at Totally Amused, Humble, Texas 832-347-6570 ================================================================================== Results of Totally Amused Competition December 2-4, 2005 Link Aztarac Championships (Factory Difficulties) 99,185 Dwayne Richard, Grand Prairie, Alberta, Canada 89,875 Mark Boolman, Bloomington, IL 79,350 Greg Sakundiak, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada 77,770 Gary Hatt, Ontario, CA 21,530 Jason Spindler, Mt. Vernon, IN Badlands Championship (Factory Difficulties) 92,920 Chris Smith, Houson, TX 54,860 Gary Hatt, Ontario, CA 18,250 Jason Spindler, Mt. Vernon, IN Blaster (Tournament - 5-Man, 30 wave) 1,030,080 Dwayne Richard, Grand Prairie, Alberta, Canada (WORLD RECORD) 637,250 Greg Sakundiak, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada Canyon Bomber Championships (Factory Difficulties) 435 Gary Hatt, Ontario, CA (WORLD RECORD) 432 Dwayne Richard, Grand Prairie, Alberta, Canada Cosmic Chasm Championships (Factory Difficulties) 124,500 Dwayne Richard, Grand Prairie, Alberta, Canada (WORLD RECORD) Crazy Climber (Factory Difficulties - 3 men) 155,950 Art Zepeda, Houston, TX 151,950 Gary Hatt, Ontario, CA Fast and the Furious Championship (Factory Difficulties) China Town Golden Gate 1:48.57 Callan Hendricks, Houston, TX (WORLD RECORD) 1:50.77 Greg Sakundiak, Saskatoon, SK, Canada 1:51.33 Jason Spindler, Mt. Vernon, IN 1:53.02 Dave Miller, Humble, TX 2:02.88 Gary Hatt, Ontario, CA Times Square 1:37.74 Gary Hatt, Ontario, CA Frenzy 4,874,931 Paul Dean, Riverside, CA December 4, 2005 - Current Frenzy, High Score Location and Record Holder Location Totally Amused - Paul Dean 4,874,931 - 41 Hours DATE START TIME: Friday December 2, 2005 1:00PM Central Standard Time Hrs= 11.00 PLAYED THROUGH: Saturday December 3, 2005 Hrs= 24.00 DATE END TIME: Sunday December 4, 2005 6:15AM Central Standard Time Hrs= 6.15 TOTAL HOURS TIME OF PLAY = 41.15 TOTAL HOURS (New World Record - Frenzy) Interstellar Championships (Factory Difficulties) 268,420 Dwayne Richard, Grand Prairie, Alberta, Canada (WORLD RECORD) 82,040 Matt Buchholz, Houston, TX 80,660 Greg Sakundiak, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada Jr. Pac-Man Championship (Factory Difficulties) 2,238,990 Abdner Ashman, Brooklyn, NY (WORLD RECORD) Lunar Rescue (Factory Difficulties) 16,140 Gary Hatt, Ontario, CA (WORLD RECORD) 11,860 Greg Sakundiak, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada 11,550 Troy Whelan, Mechanicsville, VA Red Baron (Factory Difficulties) 22,450 Troy Whelan, Mechanicsville, VA Robotron Championship (Tournament - 5-Men Only) 945,550 Abdner Ashman, Brooklyn, NY (WORLD RECORD) 445,775 Greg Sakundiak, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada Tapper Championsips (Factory Difficulties - Marathon) 9,437,400 Kelly Tharp, Sellersburg, IN Spiders Championships (Factory Difficulties) 34,330 Dwayne Richard, Grand Prairie, Alberta, Canada 2,660 Walter Day, Fairfield, Iowa Star Trek Championships (Marathon) 2,490,675 Gary Hatt, Ontario, CA (already has a higher score in the database) Target:Terror Gold Championships (Factory Difficulties) Perimeter - Accuracy 84.40 Troy Whelan, Mechanicsville, VA (WORLD RECORD) 84.20 Gary Hatt, Ontario, CA Target:Terror Gold Championships (Factory Difficulties) Perimeter - High Score 386,000 Gary Hatt, Ontario, CA (WORLD RECORD) 334,550 Troy Whelan, Mechanicsville, VA Turbo-Sub National Championship (Factory Difficulties) 12,143,500 Dwayne Richard, Grand Prairie, Alberta, Canada (WORLD RECORD) 8,002,000 Jason Spindler, Mt. Vernon, IN 7,323,000 Mark Boolman, Bloomington, IL 3,128,000 Gary Hatt, Ontario, CA 640,000 Chris Smith, Houston, TX 333,000 Walter Day, Fairfield, Iowa Go to High Score Table for Texas Event Link
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See the accompanied results of the Humble, Texas 2/2/05 competition in the below link: Frenzy New High Score and Texas Competition Review Frenzy Variation: Factory Settings Platform: Arcade Rules: Start Units : 3 Extra Men every 3K

  Rank %            Score     Player        Date Verified

  1  100.00 %     4,874,931  Paul Dean        12/04/2005    Referee 
  2   98.56 %     4,804,540  Mark Smith       07/16/1983    Referee 
  3   98.26 %     4,789,909  Mike Mann        07/01/1983    Referee  
  4   97.19 %     4,737,827  Rick Kelly       12/12/1982    Referee  
  5   96.82 %     4,719,986  Jay Bennett      11/06/1982    Referee 
  6   23.46 %     1,143,743  Randy Gordon     06/11/2004  Affiliate  
  7   21.94 %     1,069,380  Alexi Anastasio  12/01/1982    Referee 
  8    2.98 %       145,427  Tracy Parish     06/11/2004  Affiliate  
  9    1.58 %        77,240  Ron Corcoran     05/19/2003    Referee 

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