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Clone of The 1st Six Yrs 5of6. A collection of six iconic video arcade game dingbats (1978–1983) presented as 2-bit FontStructions. Some small liberties may have been taken concerning color correction, direction / orientation, sprite merging or overall composition. See character / game listing in the Discussion Section below. Remember: Pixel view may not yield the best preview image. Enjoy, and welcome to "The Fun Hut"!
Info: Created on 31st July 2010 . Last edited on 2nd August 2010.
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The 1st Six Years 6of6:

B–J = TRON (Bally Midway, 1982)
K–S = Dig Dug (Namco / Atari, 1982)
T–V = Up'n Down (Sega, 1983)
W–Z = Kangaroo (Sun Electronics / Atari, 1982)
a–h = Jungle Hunt (Taito, 1982)
i–m = Moon Patrol (Irem / Williams Electronics, 1982)
n–r = Roc 'N Rope (Kosuka / Konami, 1983)
s = Zaxxon (Sega, 1982)
t-v = Bagman (Valadon Automation / Stern Electronics, 1982)
w–x = Vanguard (TOSE / SNK / Centuri, 1981)
y = Pac Land (Namco / Bally Midway, 1984)
Comment by Goatmeal 2nd August 2010
Ridiculously brilliant.
Comment by chr.s 2nd August 2010
Thanks, chr.s!

I hope it was worth the wait!
Comment by Goatmeal 3rd August 2010

I LOVED this series! Good job!

Comment by dpla 18th May 2017

@dpla - Thank you for the kind words!  :^)

Comment by Goatmeal 18th May 2017

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