Thinking about Armagetron in the arcade setting...

What do you want to see in Armagetron soon? Any new feature ideas? Let's ponder these ground breaking ideas...
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Post by ed » Sun Mar 01, 2009 9:29 pm

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Track and field or marble madness anyone?
<br />My favourite with single player. 2 buttons for left, 2 for right and 2 glances. Who needs brakes?
Track and field or marble madness anyone?
My favourite with single player. 2 buttons for left, 2 for right and 2 glances. Who needs brakes?
To be honest. For the arcade machine, Id stick with Street Fighter II. Anyone offer me a decent challenge?
To be honest. For the arcade machine, Id stick with Street Fighter II. Anyone offer me a decent challenge?

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Post by Z-Man » Sun Mar 01, 2009 11:30 pm

You're a crazy man :)

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Post by Tank Program » Sun Mar 01, 2009 11:59 pm

That's great. Is the sombrero a standard arcade addition? ;)
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Post by Phytotron » Sun Mar 22, 2009 7:10 pm

I've wanted to build an arcade cabinet—cocktail table style, maybe—ever since I learned about (Mac)MAME and people doing such things. But, finances and better time spent dictate otherwise.

Street Fighter II ruined the arcades.

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Post by ed » Mon Mar 23, 2009 12:07 pm

Phytotron wrote:Street Fighter II ruined the arcades.

You weren't very good at it huh? Yeah, I saw a lot of your type ;)

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Post by rumpole » Mon Mar 23, 2009 5:17 pm

lol great work ed, its good to see home made machines


about the plastic tron bikes, ive seen some website showing an arcade version that has it, full size tron bikes which can be networked over the web just like armagetron

I cant find the link and google isnt being friendly to me today but if I find it again i'll post it
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