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Are you interested in lost, undumped, or outstandingly rare games? Do you have any findings on lost games, but you don't have anywhere to post it? Then this is the club for you!
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  2. I made an article on the core on the Lost Media Wiki. Link: lostmediawiki.com/The_Core_(partially_lost_Atari_2600_game;_1999-2001)
  3. Crash Bandicoot Adventure (archive.org) This was an online adventure game, used as part of a contest to promote the first Crash Bandicoot title. Anyone remember it? I tried emailing one of the developers of Crash, but he hasn't emailed me back. Already started a thread in the regular forum, but I thought it might get a better response here.
  4. I'll keep this short since most of you probably know the difference, but I'm still gonna post this for noobies. Lost, by definition, Is: Unable to find one's way; not knowing one's whereabouts. I put the important part in bold. Undumped, by definition, is: A video game that has not been dumped and uploaded to the internet. Examples of lost games: Taiwan 2001 (spiritual successor to Hong Kong 97), Bouncer, Circus Charlie (Atari 2600), and Sonic the Hedgehog 1990 Tokyo Toy Show Prototype. Examples of undumped games: Mortal Kombat: Nitro Edition (Dev has the prototype cart, but hasn't dumped it as of 7/2/20), Western Gun, and Grand Champion. If you have any questions don't hesitate to ask.
  5. Welcome to the Lost Gaming Club! Before you start posting, it's highly recommended you read the rules: 1. No talks of politics or religion. This is still Atariage and their rules are still enforced. Discussions of these topics usually start flame wars (have you seen the COVID-19 threads?) 2. No witch-hunting, doxxing, or harassing of people who own undumped games. Yeah, people who refuse to dump games are jerks, but you have to respect their wishes, just look for another lead. You will be banned instantly if you break this rule. 3. Be civil. Don't call people names or make fun of their beliefs. Please be mature here. 4. Don't post things you vaguely remember in the Lost Gaming section. That's what the Tip Of My Tounge section is for. Breaking these rules will result in a warning (except for #2), breaking them again will result in a ban.
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