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16th Annual International Classic Game Championships
3/26/2014 3:50:02 PM By Mike Stulir
Weirs Beach, NH – The Funspot Family Entertainment Center and The American Classic Arcade Museum (ACAM) are pleased to announce the 16th Annual International Classic Video Game Tournament will take place Thursday May 29th through Sunday, June 1st 2014 at the Funspot Family Entertainment Center on Route 3 in Weirs Beach, NH.

Tournament hours are Thursday Noon-10pm, Friday and Saturday 10am-11pm and Sunday 10am-5pm. Admission to compete in the tournament is $60 and includes 250 game tokens. This year's tournament is sponsored in part by Mix 94.1FM, The Planet 100.1, New Country 106.9 & Gamer Soda.

The first 100 registrants will receive a commemorative T-shirt and goodie bag. Registration is at the door only. The tournament features competitive play on 15 classic game titles and 5 games in the annual Manufacturer’s Challenge. This event brings the best competitive arcade gamers from around the world. To keep the playing field as competitive as possible, the tournament games will not be announced until the first day of the event.

Prizes will be awarded for first through third place in the Tournament and the Manufacturer’s Challenge, and for the top score set on each of the 15 main tournament games and the 5 manufacturer’s tournament games. The monetary prize awards will also include a commemorative trophy as well.

For more details, visit: http://www.classicarcademuseum.org/tournament.htm
ACAM @ PAX-East 2014
3/2/2014 6:44:45 PM By Mike Stulir
The American Classic Arcade Museum (ACAM) is proud to announce our return to PAX-East in Boston, MA April 11th through the 13th, 2014. PAX-East is one of the largest gaming shows in North America.

Aside from our usual arcade exhibit consisting of almost 50 classic coin-op games, ACAM will be conducting the following panel sessions:

ACAM – How Arcade Games Influenced Home Console Gaming
Saturday, April 12th, 2014
Boston Convention & Exhibition Center -- Arachnid Theatre @ at 2:00pm

The American Classic Arcade Museum (ACAM) takes a look at how classic arcade games influenced video gaming at home. From Asteroids to Zaxxon, the arcade hits eventually made their way to home consoles and computers. What were the obstacles of translating arcade classics for home consoles? How did those games affect the arcades? Guests include the developers of multiple Atari 5200/7800 console games and the co-creator of the Atari 7800 home console.

Moderator:
Mike Stulir: Vice President, The American Classic Arcade Museum

Panelists:
Steve Golson: Co-creator of the Atari 7800 console
Jonathan Hurd: Creator of Atari’s “Food Fight” arcade game
Carlos Smith: Programmer of Atari 5200/7800 games
Marshall Peck: Graphic Artist for Atari 5200/7800 games
Gary Vincent: President, The American Classic Arcade Museum


ACAM – Preserving Laserdisc Arcade Games
Sunday, April 13th, 2014
Boston Convention & Exhibition Center -- Arachnid Theatre @ at 12:30pm

One of the most popular exhibits in the ACAM arcade at PAX-East is the laserdisc games. Titles like Space Ace, Dragon’s Lair, Us vs. Them and Cliffhanger are constantly mobbed by attendees. What exactly goes into keeping this unique classic arcade game technology running? How does ACAM preserve the gameplay of these unique games? Join ACAM staff and Warren Ondras from the "Daphne" emulation & "Dexter" hardware replacement projects for a discussion of laserdisc preservation technology and a demonstration of the unique technical challenges faced when restoring games of this type.

Moderator:
Mike Stulir: Vice President, The American Classic Arcade Museum

Panelists:
Warren Ondras: Daphne/Dexter Development Team
Gary Vincent: President, The American Classic Arcade Museum


More info on The American Classic Arcade Museum can be found at http://www.classicarcademuseum.org


Save The Date -- 16th Annual International Classics Tournament
3/2/2014 4:12:44 PM By Mike Stulir
The Funspot Family Entertainment Center and The American Classic Arcade Museum (ACAM) are pleased to announce the 16th Annual International Classic Video Game Tournament will take place Thursday May 29th through Sunday, June 1st 2014 at the Funspot Family Entertainment Center on Route 3 in Weirs Beach, NH. Tournament hours are Thursday Noon-10pm, Friday and Saturday 10am-11pm and Sunday 10am-5pm.

More details to be posted soon!!
World Record attempts
12/27/2013 12:51:44 AM By Clint Wilder
Let's all cheer on Mitchell Meerman as he goes for the world record on Nibbler. He is making the attempt at Star Worlds Arcade. I do not know how to add the feed so here is a link to the twitch site.
http://www.twitch.tv/mjmeerman
Update: At about 3am central time, he lost his last life. His final score was 251,169,160.

Now let's cheer on David Gomez from Houston as he goes for the world record on Robotron 2084 at Game Preserve in Houston. The feed page isn't working for me so here's a direct link to the site.
http://www.twitch.tv/smoke4659
Update: at the 6 hour mark, he is at 27 million.
Update: 15 minutes later, he rolled over his lives which reset back to zero. His final score was about 28,800,000

Victor Sandburg is going for the world record in Missile Command! Let's all cheer him on! His ultimate goal is eclipsing 100 million points and then eclipsing 100 hours played.
http://www.twitch.tv/diskborstemc

Update: He has played for nearly 49 hours and has eclipsed the 73 million mark.
Still going strong.
Update: At hour 59, he has the world record, but is still playing. He's currently at 88 million.
Update: At hour 64, his score is at 95 million and still going strong.
Update: At hour 67, he has reached 100 million points and also reached 10,000 levels. So far he's pressing on to go after George Leutz' record of longest arcade game!
Update: At 71 hours, he lost his last city. His final world record score was 103,809,990.
Aurcade tournament
10/12/2013 1:27:06 AM By Clint Wilder
Aurcade is proud to announce an arcade tournament located at Grinkers Grand Palace near Boise, ID October 18-19. This will be Aurcade run much like the ACAM tournaments at Funspot every year.

Update: The tournament has ended. Check out the results here:
http://www.aurcade.com/events/view.aspx?&id=116

Check out the podcast that happened during the tournament here... episode 9:
http://arcadeoutsiders.com/

We hope this is an annual event so let's gear up for next year! :)
Game on! Pac-ManBlinkyBlinkyBlinkyBlinky


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