Midwest Gaming Classic 2013 Pictures

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Midwest Gaming Classic 2013 Pictures

Midwest Gaming Classic 2013 Pictures taken by myself SteveOh.

I tried to get to all the different areas of the show. Included are pictures of the Star World’s arcade, the vendor area, the various gaming rooms, and the pinball tournament.

There’s a lot of retro / vintage computers & gaming devices. Have fun!

60 in 1 Bartop Arcades
60 in 1 Bartop Arcades
Apple & Commodore Computers
Apple & Commodore Computers
Apple IIc
Apple IIc
Apple Lisa
Apple Lisa
Atari 5200 Close Up
Atari 5200 Close Up
Atari 5200
Atari 5200
Atari 7800 in box
Atari 7800 in box
Atari Centipede Mobile
Atari Centipede Mobile
Atari Jagfest
Atari Jagfest
Atari Jaguar & Lynx
Atari Jaguar & Lynx
Atari Jaguar Banner
Atari Jaguar Banner
Atari Jaguar Box & Atari Lynx
Atari Jaguar Box & Atari Lynx
Atari Jaguar
Atari Jaguar
Atari Lynx 2
Atari Lynx 2
Atari Lynx - The Latest From Lynx
Atari Lynx – The Latest From Lynx
Atari Lynx Complete
Atari Lynx Complete
Atari Lynx
Atari Lynx
Atari Pong & Intelligames Pong Sports IV
Atari Pong & Intelligames Pong Sports IV
Atari Pong & Stunt Cycle
Atari Pong & Stunt Cycle
Atari Video Game Selection Center 2
Atari Video Game Selection Center 2
Atari Video Game Selection Center
Atari Video Game Selection Center
CIB Games For Sale
CIB Games For Sale
CIB NES Master System Genesis Games
CIB NES Master System Genesis Games
Commodore Computer
Commodore Computer
Compaq Z80
Compaq Z80
Console Gaming
Console Gaming
Dance Dance Revolution
Dance Dance Revolution
Fix It Felix Arcade
Fix It Felix Arcade
Games for sale
Games for sale
Handhelds for sale
Handhelds for sale
Happy Vendor
Happy Vendor
Homebrew Jaguar Games 2
Homebrew Jaguar Games 2
Homebrew Jaguar Games
Homebrew Jaguar Games
IBM PC
IBM PC
Intellivsion Keyboard
Intellivsion Keyboard
Joust Cocktail Arcade
Joust Cocktail Arcade
Joust High Score
Joust High Score
Main Vendor Hall
Main Vendor Hall
NES Accessories
NES Accessories
NES Power Glove
NES Power Glove
Nintendo Gameboy Kiosk
Nintendo Gameboy Kiosk
Nintendo VS Red Tent Arcade
Nintendo VS Red Tent Arcade
Pinball Machines 2
Pinball Machines 2
Pinball Machines
Pinball Machines
Pinball Playfield
Pinball Playfield
Pinball Tournament
Pinball Tournament
Pixel Party
Pixel Party
Radio Shack TRS80
Radio Shack TRS80
Sealed Atari Games
Sealed Atari Games
Sega Mark III
Sega Mark III
Star Wars Pinball
Star Wars Pinball
Star World's Arcade 2
Star World’s Arcade 2
Star World's Arcade 3
Star World’s Arcade 3
Star World's Arcade Beatmania
Star World’s Arcade Beatmania
Star World's Arcade
Star World’s Arcade
Super Mario Bros Pinball
Super Mario Bros Pinball
Video Brain
Video Brain
Zelda Standee
Zelda Standee
Baby Pacman Pinball
Baby Pacman Pinball
Boxed NES and Super Famicom Games
Boxed NES and Super Famicom Games
Bubbles Arcade Machine
Bubbles Arcade Machine
Nintendo Famicom Games for Sale
Nintendo Famicom Games for Sale
Galaga Arcade Machine
Galaga Arcade Machine
Galaga Arcade Perfect Challenging Stage
Galaga Arcade Perfect Challenging Stage
Ikari Warriors Arcade Machine
Ikari Warriors Arcade Machine
Intellivision Games for Sale
Intellivision Games for Sale
Japanese ROB the Robot and games for sale
Japanese ROB the Robot and games for sale
Japanese Sega Saturn Games For Sale
Japanese Sega Saturn Games For Sale
Lots of NES Games for Sale
Lots of NES Games for Sale
Lots of NES Games for Sale 2
Lots of NES Games for Sale 2
Moon Patrol - Bubbles - Robotron 2084 Arcade Machines
Moon Patrol – Bubbles – Robotron 2084 Arcade Machines
Nintendo Famicom and Super Famicom Games for Sale
Nintendo Famicom and Super Famicom Games for Sale
Random Games and Merchandise for Sale
Random Games and Merchandise for Sale
Rare NES Gameboy and Import Games
Rare NES Gameboy and Import Games
Sealed and Boxed Atair Jaguar and Turbografx16 Games
Sealed and Boxed Atair Jaguar and Turbografx16 Games
Sega Genesis 2 - N64 - 3DO
Sega Genesis 2 – N64 – 3DO
Star Worlds Arcade 3
Star Worlds Arcade 3
Super Famicom Games For Sale
Super Famicom Games For Sale
Super Nintendo SNES Games for Sale 2
Super Nintendo SNES Games for Sale 2
Super Nintendo SNES Games for Sale
Super Nintendo SNES Games for Sale
Turbografx16 Games for Sale
Turbografx16 Games for Sale

Road Rash

Road Rash Gameplay

Road Rash for the Sega Genesis

Road Rash was released in 1991 by Electronic Arts (EA) for the Sega Genesis. It’s a classic motorcycle racing / fighting game. The goal is to finish each race in the top position by any means necessary. You can attack your opponents with your bare fists or with weapons.

There are eight different bikes you can choose from. You start out with a bike and by winning races you earn money that you can use to purchase other bikes. Once you can get a fast bike it’s a lot more fun to race.

You can attack other racers by driving them off the road or into oncoming traffic. If beating racers down with your fists isn’t enough you can use chains or big clubs.

The gameplay has you racing on the following California roads:

Sierra Nevada
Pacific Coast
Redwood Forest
Palm Desert
Grass Valley

Road Rash is a must have if you like racing or fighting games. It’s a very inexpensive and fun game to add to your collection.

Road Rash Title Screen
Road Rash Title Screen
Road Rash Gameplay
Road Rash Gameplay
Road Rash Intro
Road Rash Intro
Road Rash Level Select
Road Rash Level Select
Road Rash Race Over
Road Rash Race Over

Sonic The Hedgehog

Sonic the Hedgehog Sega Genesis Box

Sonic the Hedgehog was released in 1991 by Sega for the Sega Genesis. Sonic the Hedgehog become know as one of the best platfomer games ever. It was definitely Sega’s biggest hit for the Genesis and the character Sonic has spawned countless sequels and spin offs. It sold more than 4 million copies for the Genesis.

The story goes that Sonic is trying to save his friends and the world from the evil Dr. Robotnik. The evil doctor is trying to collect chaos emeralds. Whomever has possession of all of the chaos emeralds could easily take over the world. Dr. Robotnik is transforming animals into monsters so Sonic needs to save all the animals and defeat Dr. Robotnik.

The gameplay is easy to pick up and fun to play. It’s a game that people of all ages enjoyed playing. Each stage is filled with rings that can be collected and used as Sonic’s energy. If you get damaged by an enemy and have rings Sonic will lose the rings but they can be recollected if you’re fast enough. If you don’t have any rings and you get damaged from an enemy you will lose a life. If you pass act one or two with more than fifty rings you have the chance to jump into a giant ring at the end of the stage for a bonus level.

Sonic can roll up into a ball and go through loops and jumps with great speed. The speed of the gameplay is what led to Sega calling it “Blast processing”.

Sonic the Hedgehog gave Sega a game that was quality enough to compete with Nintendo’s immensely popular Mario. It wasn’t uncommon to see Sega and Nintendo comparing Super Mario World and Sonic the Hedgehog.

As far as collecting goes if you don’t have Sonic the Hedgehog it’s very inexpensive to buy on eBay. You can find the loose cartridge for around $5.00.

Sonic the Hedgehog Gameplay
Sonic the Hedgehog Gameplay
Sonic the Hedgehog Gameplay 2
Sonic the Hedgehog Gameplay 2