On this week’s show I talk all about legendary Atari 2600 title, Yar’s Revenge. I am joined this week by Vic Sage with a new “Why Should I Know this Person?”, Doug McCoy with a new “Also Ran” and Rob “Flack” O’Hara with a great new “Talking Tech”. Music on the show was provided by Peachy (the Ray Kasser of Wales), if you have musical needs, why not contact Peachy at firstname.lastname@example.org and “like” him on his Facebook Page. We also have a special musical guest this week…Weird Paul.
Stay tuned at the end of the show, you will hear Lo-Fi musician and original Vlogger, Weird Paul sing his ode to the Atari 2600, “Please Don’t Break My Atari“. You can purchase the song on Amazon or do yourself a favor and pick up his very fun album, 25 Lo-Fi Years. You can find more info about Weird Paul at his website, WeirdPaul.com
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