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Desc:Doctor Phil's gigantic pixellated face is the subject of a slightly unsettling 8-bit tour de force.
Category:Science & Technology, Video Games
Tags:Demo, Atari 2600, dr. phil
Submitted:papa_november
Date:12/14/08
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Comment count is 11
GoodAaron
I don't know what this is demonstrating, but I approve of it and wish to assist in raising its venture capital.
mouser
«Sit down and relax.
Take your pills.
They want to hurt you.»

OK. That's a reason to sit and relax.

I actually dug the music until 2:20.
boba.
none of my atari games looked like this
pastorofmuppets
Scene demos tend to be much more advanced (and trippy) than actual games.

Here is a high-rated NES demo:
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=eQ-OcS2Gwvk

chumbucket
yeah this was one of those games that took two tokens instead of one...what a rip off
Big Beef Burritos Supreme
Just in: sound chips designed in the late 70s were awful, and the Atari 2600 had a transform function.

This is all I could learn from this.
fluffy
It actually did not have a transform function. Or much of anything, really.

MrBuddy
I'll bet if this had been made back in the 1970s it would have taken up an entire Atari 2600 cartridge.
dorje
PEACE
Spit Spingola
This was damn amazing.
JimL2
Compare/contrast: http://www.poetv.com/video.php?vid=65045 ...yeah, the atari 2600 music chip was terrible.
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