Various - Atari Arcade Parade album
Title: Atari Arcade Parade
Style: Chiptune, Minimal
Date of release: 2011
Size MP3: 1923 mb
Size FLAC: 1795 mb
Format: VOC DMF MP3 VQF AC3 AU AAC
Arcade is the first studio album by glam metal supergroup Arcade. Released in 1993, the album produced two singles that would land in the Top 30 of the Billboard Mainstream Rock Chart: "Nothin' to Lose" and "Cry No More". The album would prove to be a mild success as it charted on the Billboard 200 and on the Billboard Heatseekers chart. Stephen Pearcy – lead vocals. Frankie Wilsex – guitar. Donny Syracuse – guitar. Michael Andrews – bass.
Album: "aTTraction" by Yerzmyey. Released in March 2016. Chiptune/micromusic songs as well as MOD-like/digital and MIDI music from classic ATARI computers (Falcon 030, Atari TT, Atari ST/MIDI and Atari 600XL). pl/attraction/y. n2016. Tracklist: 01. Yerzmyey - aTTraction (ATARI TT) 02. Yerzmyey - Globular Cluster (ATARI 520ST and Roland MT32) 03. Yerzmyey - Amai (ATARI FALCON 030) 04. Yerzmyey - Time Machine II (ATARI TT) 05. Yerzmyey - Inside a game (ATARI FALCON 030) 06. Yerzmyey - uTTerly unseTTling transmiTTal (ATARI TT) 07.
Album · 2008 · 50 Songs. Redemption (Love Parade Remix). 5. Modular East (Blue Mix). Stereoliner & Roody van Hype. 20. Beauty People (Toca Club Mix).
Never miss another show from Arcade Parade.
Two CD-ROMs full of Atari arcade classics? Believe it! Combining two volumes of ATARI ARCADE HITS: Volume 1, this all-inclusive package lets you test your mettle at such groundbreaking games as: ASTEROIDS, CENTIPEDE, MISSILE COMMAND, PONG, SUPER BREAKOUT, TEMPEST; ASTROIDS DELUXE, BATTLEZOME, CRYSTAL CASTLES, GRAVITAR, MILLIPEDE, and WARLORDS. Each game is replicated in arcade-perfect form, and there's an Enhanced mode for each presenting the action with updated graphics and gameplay.
Genres: Arcade, Shoot 'Em Up. Release Date: January 7, 1999. Game Modes: Singlepalyer. Your chance to turn your rig into an 80s arcade. Travel back in time to the halcyon days of Atari with this compendium of their classic late 70s/early 80s games. The package includes six games (Centipede, Missile Command, Pong, Super Breakout and Tempest) plus screen savers and lots of interesting factoids about the games (seeing Tempest for the Atari 2600 is truly a frightening experience). Although low-tech, all of the games support resolutions up to 1024 768.
|1||–Gameboydork||Asteroids Atari 1979||3:24|
|2||–Packert Hell||Atari 2600 Space Invaders||1:49|
|3||–The Pink Blob||Blob Man 1980||1:45|