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This thread is in response to a review for Jungle Hunt on the Atari 2600. You are encouraged to view the review in a new window before reading this thread.

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Author: JoeTheDestroyer
Posted: April 09, 2012 (01:53 AM)
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Ha! Good read, OD. I'm glad I'm not the only one covering Atari 2600 at the moment.

I played Jungle King in the arcades, but was terrible at it. Oh, how I wanted to be good at it... Instead of trying to improve, I usually waited until a better player came along and watched them, if only to see what the later stages were like.


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Author: aschultz
Posted: April 09, 2012 (03:54 AM)
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I used that strategy with a lot of games, too. The big one for me was Galaga. And the double-shooter ships. But I never figured that out.

Sometimes I'd try and buy the 2600 version of an arcade game and practice on it, too, only to realize the 2600 version was way easier because they didn't need games to end quickly to get your money.


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I said 'I'm the one in the middle, you lousy drunk!'
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