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Retro Rumble

Retro Rumble: Season 1, Episode 1

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Season 1, Episode 1. "Don't Pee in the Pool"

Retro Rumble is where the skilled gamers of today meet the best and the bizarre of classic gaming, and scrap it out solely for bragging rights. You'll see legendary titles and total sleepers, with a big dose of unrestrained commentary from the host and the players themselves. It's what used to happen in your basement every weekend! Made with old-school love from your friends at Arcade-In-A-Box!

For further details about the rules of the game and more Retro Rumble visit us online.

Website: http://www.theretrorumble.com
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TheR...
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pag...

Host - James Jefferies
Contestants - Aaron Holley, Shawn Whitelaw, Kris Powell
Camera Man - Nick Going
Technician - Ed Farias

Movement Proposition - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0" http://creativecommons.org/...

Retro Rumble Rules.
-10 Random Arcade games will be chosen prior to game start, players do not know which games.
-3 Players will compete to be crowned the Retro Rumble Season Champ
-Each player will go 1st twice, making a total of 6 games played.
-Each player has 1 veto they can use to void a game selection by any player.
-Points will be given out based on high score. 1st = 5, 2nd = 3, Last = 1.
-If a player goes first and gets the high score you are awarded 1 bonus point.
-Each player has 60 seconds (or game over) to compete in each game. Except for fighting games which will be a round robin tournament.
-If a fighting game is selected the person who selected the game goes last and is awarded 1 bonus point for getting first.
-In case of a tie one of the remaining unselected games will be used.

Warning: The shows are unedited as far the comments go. The people in the show are VERY good friends, comments made by some players may be viewed as racist but I can assure you it is all in good fun and no one there is actually racist (we have people of all sorts of colors, races and sex play at Arcade-in-a-box). Arcade-in-a-box does NOT tolerate any derogatory remarks meant to harm anyone.

This video will show you:
How to Swim
How to Go Retro
How to Have Fun
How to Win
Read more
Season 1, Episode 1. "Don't Pee in the Pool"

Retro Rumble is where the skilled gamers of today meet the best and the bizarre of classic gaming, and scrap it out solely for bragging rights. You'll see legendary titles and total sleepers, with a big dose of unrestrained commentary from the host and the players themselves. It's what used to happen in your basement every weekend! Made with old-school love from your friends at Arcade-In-A-Box!

For further details about the rules of the game and more Retro Rumble visit us online.

Website: http://www.theretrorumble.com
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TheR...
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pag...

Host - James Jefferies
Contestants - Aaron Holley, Shawn Whitelaw, Kris Powell
Camera Man - Nick Going
Technician - Ed Farias

Movement Proposition - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0" http://creativecommons.org/...

Retro Rumble Rules.
-10 Random Arcade games will be chosen prior to game start, players do not know which games.
-3 Players will compete to be crowned the Retro Rumble Season Champ
-Each player will go 1st twice, making a total of 6 games played.
-Each player has 1 veto they can use to void a game selection by any player.
-Points will be given out based on high score. 1st = 5, 2nd = 3, Last = 1.
-If a player goes first and gets the high score you are awarded 1 bonus point.
-Each player has 60 seconds (or game over) to compete in each game. Except for fighting games which will be a round robin tournament.
-If a fighting game is selected the person who selected the game goes last and is awarded 1 bonus point for getting first.
-In case of a tie one of the remaining unselected games will be used.

Warning: The shows are unedited as far the comments go. The people in the show are VERY good friends, comments made by some players may be viewed as racist but I can assure you it is all in good fun and no one there is actually racist (we have people of all sorts of colors, races and sex play at Arcade-in-a-box). Arcade-in-a-box does NOT tolerate any derogatory remarks meant to harm anyone.

This video will show you:
How to Swim
How to Go Retro
How to Have Fun
How to Win Show less

Retro Rumble Season 1 Play

Retro Rumble is where the skilled gamers of today meet the best and the bizarre of classic gaming, and scrap it out solely for bragging rights. You'll see legendary titles and total sleepers, with a big dose of unrestrained commentary from the host and the players themselves. It's what used to happen in your basement every weekend! Made with old-school love from your friends at Arcade-In-A-Box!

For further details about the rules of the game and more Retro Rumble, please visit www.theretrorumble.com

Retro Rumble Season 2 Play

Retro Rumble is where the skilled gamers of today meet the best and the bizarre of classic gaming, and scrap it out solely for bragging rights. You'll see legendary titles and total sleepers, with a big dose of unrestrained commentary from the host and the players themselves. It's what used to happen in your basement every weekend! Made with old-school love from your friends at Arcade-In-A-Box

Retro Lab Play

We mess around with ideas for upcoming seasons of Retro Rumble.
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