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40 Vector Arcade Games In Under 30 Minutes

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Gameplay footage from 40 different vector-based arcade games in less than half an hour.

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  1. The game Lunar Battle is similar to Gravitar also.

  2. The arcade game meteorites is similar to Asteroids and Asteroids Deluxe.

  3. Could a console like the SNES do games like these using some varation of the way the vectors are calculated using stock hardware?

  4. While most would consider these simple and basic to most kids growing up these days, to me there is an indescribable and irresistible charm to these old arcade vector games. My favorites are Star Trek S.O.S., Tempest, Space Fury, Tac-Scan, Star Wars, Space Duel and Major Havoc.

  5. How much are the systems worth I have one?

  6. There are still very few arcade games that beat the experience of sit down Star Wars.

  7. Could a vector display do flatshaded 3D if it were running on a powerful enough system?

  8. i realist the odds of this happening are effectively zero cuz who the hell owns an ossicoscope. but would be really cool if there were a vector revival. would be so interesting to see what people would come up with using modern computers.

  9. Is it possible to make 3d moving objects using vectors and multicolors

  10. tempest was coolest game ever different

  11. Please someone help me find this game. It's like asteroids but you can fly around and the camera follows you. There's these big bases you can fly in to destroy?. You get a high score. Also I remember there being space police or something that come after you blow up a base? I cannot find it anywhere, and no one I ask knows what I'm talking about. It's like bosconian but black and white I'm pretty sure and the bases are big


  13. How did you get that lighting effect in Meteorites? I tried the rom, but it doesn't have that effect.

  14. 2:05 that transparency/filter on Astroids deluxe is great: For 1 second

  15. Some neat history behind Major Havoc including that Stephen Spielberg played the incomplete version in Atari's labs and that The Who played the Space Duel prototype back when it was still too difficult for the average arcade-goer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yco6jwSLrAg

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