Lost Video Game Cavern
Pitfall Harry here. I'm glad you could join me on this, my latest
adventure. Just how long has it been? Ahhh, yes! Now I remember. It was
way, way back in 1984. You were one of the bold adventurers with whom I
had the honor of exploring the mysterious Lost Caverns of Machu Pichu.
As I recall, it was your cunning and deft hand which guided me safely
through countless perils. Together we skirted poisonous frogs, vampire
bats and the dreaded Peruvian condor in our successful quest for gold
and other lost treasures. You were the best. My hat is off to you!
really has been a long time. Atari itself, that once mighty videogame
empire, has crumbled into ruin since last we met. It's as astonishing
as it is sad. Did you fear that, like Atari, I too may have finally met
my match? Hardly. The truth is: Atari did not, will not and cannot die.
Ever. And neither shall Pitfall Harry. The classics will live
on! As long as there are people like you who yearn to explore the rich
heritage of classic videogames; as long as there are those who
understand that megahertz and graphic fluff are hollow substitutes for
innovation and gameplay; as long as there are people like you to keep
the spirit of classic videogaming adventure burning bright, Pitfall
Harry shall never perish!
I have kept myself busy all these years exploring the most mysterious
abyss of all, cyberspace. My journeys have led me here to this tiny,
but cozy little cavern. Come on in and explore! I am honored to have
you accompany me once again. If you should stumble upon my guestbook,
please take a moment to sign in.
Pitfall Harry's "Mystery of the Map" Videogame Contest
...officially ended 11 July 2002.
Congratulations to the winners:
First Prize Winner - Jeff Arensmeyer
Second Prize Winner - Thomas Jentzsch
Third Prize Winner - Scott Anderson
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...since the counter last reset.