Wednesday, March 12, 2008

night stalker

yeah...
I made it to the invisible robots level
Circa 1982
Billy Mitchell ain't got nothin' on me

11 comments:

Teri said...

ha, I remember this one. It scared me when I was a kid. I hate having things "stalk" me.

M@ said...

THIS is how you spend your time?

Jen said...

when I was 10..

Bunk said...

Wow! Billy Mitchell?! He was one kickass fighter pilot in WWI. Pretty much created the US Army Airforce when the gummint cranked on him, and he was courtmartialed for his radical ideas. But he stuck to his convictions and was proven right.

Oooh, wait... you're talking about a basement dweeb that plays video games and was the first to score a perfect game on PacMan. Puts him right up there with Gene and Richard Simmons in the Department of Significance.

Jen said...

and there enlies the humor

VE said...

It is a sad fact that I knew the "spot" you could park Pac Man in so that you could run to the bathroom and the ghosts would never find him. Yes, my high score was well over 2 million, so what?!

Winter said...

I was two in 1982.

Just like to rub that in.

You're welcome.

Lynda said...

I never played Night Stalker. I think my parents probably thought it would be too scary.

Unless they didn't make it for Atari.

Micgar said...

I loved that game! The only thing is sometimes I would get so into trying to escape, I would nearly break off the damn joy stick thing.

Dale said...

Did you see the documentary The King of Kong? It was pretty excellent.

Jen said...

Dale - I did see it
it was great!