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Submitted by markeggertsen 838d ago | article

Epyx, We Hardly Knew Ye

An article looking over the achievments and influence of Epyx, Inc., creators of Impossible Mission, Jumpman, California Games, Summer Games, and the beloved Atari Lynx. Includes information on the digital resurgence of their games on the Wii, XBLA, and PSN. (Arcade, California Games, Casual games, Culture, Dev, Impossible Mission, Industry, Jumpman, Mobile, PC, PS3, Retro, Summer Games 2, Wii, Winter Games, Xbox 360)

MastaPiff  +   838d ago
Whoa, California Games was ill... I played it on NES when I was like 9yrs. old(20+yrs. ago!) Me & my babysitters son tried to do flips on the bmx course & hit seagulls with the hackysack LMAO. I didn't have the instruction manual so figuring out what the heck the buttons were doing was half the fun! Oh yea, watching the bmx guy eat dirt for no apparent reason sucked but was hilarious! I made that poor guy crash nasty about a million times! Good ol' days of summer...

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