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Sometimes, the setups for these blurbs write themselves.

Are you ready?

Here we go.

This week’s game is Atari’s 1988 offering for the 7800 console CRACK’ED. Join us to find out if this game is all it’s CRACKED up to be.

Low-hanging fruit, friends. Or low hanging eggs, we should say. And we have to protect them from snakes and relentless birds. Seriously, Hitchcock’s movie “The Birds” has nothing on this game.

And why are the eggs in the trees? And in the sewer? And UNDER THE FLIPPIN’ SEA FOR CRYING OUT LOUD???

So many questions, so little time. We’ll ignore most of them and instead, make lots of egg-related puns. It would be egg-cellent if you joined us!

Thanks to Kevin McLeod at Incompetech.com for creative commons use of his songs “Take a Chance”, “Reformat”, and “Pinball Spring”.

Thanks also to Mike Mann for his “Mad Mike” Hughes theme. 

Atari Bytes – show notes, social media and more. 

It’s a Podcast, Charlie Brown – Hey! That’s my Snoopy intensive podcast. Climb inside the doghouse full of strips, TV specials, merchandise, the very mind of Charles Schulz himself.

The Atari Bytes Patreon page is out there, should you be inclined to financially support this show. Thanks in advance. 

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