|KLuWolF Wrote:Congradulations on such a high score! To tell the truth when I was much younger this game was my life at the arcade. After I broke the 4.5 million mark in the 80's, it fell into my memories. I never thought there would've been a record keeping for this, which is cool! My strategy was to remember when the toughest patterns repeated on each of the sectors and then be ready for it. As the story goes, a player challenged me to a duel, I played and quickly lost my first unit, he played and ran his score pretty high and then when I got my second unit, it just went on and on, the other player eventually left and the scene was much like Flynn in the movie as other gamers saw the score as it went higher and higher, cheering and oohing all the way. It's exciting to see the game is still around and played. From one master to another, I give you my greatest respect for having a world record higher than my own earlier achievements, TRoN Rules!!|
It's great to know that there are other's around that can talk about what it's like to score that high at an arcade.
Around the time that I found out about Twin Galaxies, I got my Tron Arcade machine. I didn't remember my old patterns and didn't think I could get good again, but it didn't take long before I learned how to really play again.
It would be really great if you have access to a Tron arcade machine or live next to someone who owns one.
Tron will always be my favorite and most special game.
It was, back in 82 when it first came out and luckily since I was able to aquire one of my own, it will always be my favorite game.buy viagra onlinehttp://www.bilimselbilisim.com/haberler_detay.aspx?id=42 viagra online