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This week we're checking out some clever hacks and products made from old NES cartridges, listing the best music games of all time, and making fajitas. I am lying about the fajitas.
NES Guitar - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2WUNyImfBPQ&feature=player_embedded http://tinyurl.com/nesguitar
nesP in Cartridge Case - LINK
NES Guitar: LINK
NES Cartridge Clock: LINK
NES Cartridge Hard Drive: LINK
The Clay Collection: LINK
8-Bit Memory: LINK
#2 - Tasty Static: Mac/Windows/Linux, Arcade, Tinsanity - LINK
#1 - Star Guard: PC/Mac, Platformer, Sparky - LINK
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Alex Mauer, "Greater Than" and "We Are the Fugitives," from Eat People 123 - LINK
Shnabubula, "Let's Get it STARTed" and "Step it Up," from Controller 1 - LINK
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RT @acarboni: Yesterday @aegies stopped by to talk FEZ and @disasterpeace gave an in-studio performance! http://t.co/w53arHgq
Hey, remember Free Indie Rapid Fire? It's a part of @newchallenger now, video comments and all! Here's this week's: http://t.co/7N1xAqB0
@spirit31gaming I actually put a video up on Bytejacker and the Bytejacker YouTube/Facebook about it when we started- guess you missed it ;)
@spirit31gaming Moved FIRF and indie reviews over to the @NewChallenger youtube. http://t.co/EyCeVMPi
RT @acarboni: Hey, guys? FREE. INDIE. RAPID. FIRE. (seriously) http://t.co/uVcGzbgy
Used the terms "scaling" and "ux experience" when she asked for details. I have learned a lot here in SF.