Just a Tumbling Dragon.

StarCastle for the 2600! You can watch the story behind this here:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KV01rUP6Uqk&feature=related

famousafterdeath:

The new “8-Bit Dovahkiin” shirt is out. Click photo to check it out and tell your dragon born friends. Also check out these nifty animated 8Bit Fus Ro Dah guys.

Tell them famousafterdeath sent you…

Buy shirt here

(Source: famousafterdeath, via gamefreaksnz)

Mystic Marathon!

RIP Jerry Lawson - Creator of Channel F
Jerry Lawson, the creator of the first cartridge-based video game console, the Fairchild Channel F, passed away Saturday of unknown causes, according to a post on the Vintage Computing & Gaming blog. He was 70.Born in Queens, New York, Lawson became one of the few African American engineers in the Silicon Valley area at that time, moving there in 1968 to work at PRD Electronics. Lawson was the only African American member of Silicon Valley’s Homebrew Computer Club, which also included Apple founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak.

RIP Jerry Lawson - Creator of Channel F

Jerry Lawson, the creator of the first cartridge-based video game console, the Fairchild Channel F, passed away Saturday of unknown causes, according to a post on the Vintage Computing & Gaming blog. He was 70.

Born in Queens, New York, Lawson became one of the few African American engineers in the Silicon Valley area at that time, moving there in 1968 to work at PRD Electronics. Lawson was the only African American member of Silicon Valley’s Homebrew Computer Club, which also included Apple founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak.