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2004 Oklahoma Gaming Expo Photo Gallery

 

Photos by Albert Yarusso

Oklahoma Gaming ExpoWe attended the 2004 Oklahoma Gaming Expo, which was twice the size of the 2003 show and attracted more attendees and vendors. Great fun was had by all, and we brought several new games to the show as well as demos of several games in development for the Atari 2600, 5200, and ColecoVision. Posted here is a gallery of over 100 photos we took at the event, captioned so you can see what you missed if you weren't able to attend. We had a blast at this year's show and we look forward to the 2005 event!

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Fade Out for the Atari 2600 by Christopher Tumber and Adam Tierney.
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Beef Drop and Seawolf carts and manuals--two new games available for the first time at the Oklahoma Gaming Expo.
   
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The box for Reversi, a new ColecoVision title that also includes Diamond Dash.
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A wide variety of homebrew games were available at the AtariAge booth for the 2600, 5200, and ColecoVision.
   
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A variety of 2600, Jaguar, and Lynx titles, some music, and some books.
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Paul Slocum's new Cabana EP+ music CD and two CDs from the Binary Noiz series.
   
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A Burgertime fan enjoys Beef Drop for the 5200.
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Testing out Reflex using Atari 2600 driving controllers.
   
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Testing out Seawolf for the Atari 2600.
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Beef Drop was quite popular throughout the day.
   
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Someone else tries their hand at Reflex.
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Adventure II was also attracted much attention during the show. Here's someone about to be eaten by a dragon.
   
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I caught Tim Wilson playing Incoming! quite a bit.
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There were many Homestar Runner fans at the show, based on the number of times I was asked when this game would be available.
   
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Adventure II being taken for another test drive.
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Testing out Reversi for the ColecoVision.
   
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Road Fighter for the ColecoVision, tougher than it looks!
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The ColecoVisions got quite the workout!
   
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Another Homestar Runner fan trying out the latest Homestar Runner RPG demo.
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Two player Incoming! action.
   
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Trying out Aaron Curtis' Fall Down for the 2600.
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People were amazed at how close Eduardo Mello's Pac-Man Collection for the ColecoVision mimics the original arcade game.
   
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People playing games and checking out the homebrews available for purchase.
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A shot looking out from behind the AtariAge tables.
 
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