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Meet the team behind Retro Gaming Magazine:
Carl has been a gamer since the days of Pong, which is to say he has seen a lot in the world of gaming. He thinks Robowarrior for the Nintendo Entertainment System is one of the best survival horror games out there (go ahead, play it and see). Mario rocks, Sonic is too fast to enjoy, and the only first-person games that matter to Carl are role playing dungeon romps.
Chief Goat Puncher
In 1979, Michael Crisman was mauled by a radioactive Gorgar pinball machine. After the wounds healed, doctors to their amazement discovered his DNA had been re-coded. No longer fully human, Michael requires regular infusions of video games in order to continue living among you. If you see him, he can see you. Make no sudden moves, but instead bribe him with old issues of computer and video game magazines or a mint-in-box copy of Dragon Warrior IV.
If he made you laugh, consider dropping a tip in his jar at http://paypal.me/modernzorker
If he didn't make you laugh, and you think he should stop writing, donate to cure his compulsion to bang keyboards by sending an absurdly huge amount of money to his tip jar instead. That'll show him who's boss.
Michael suffers a lifetime email ban by the DoJ due to a 1995 misunderstanding involving the AOL Terms of Service.
Dash The Bomber is a sailor is his 20s with a penchant for goofy, yet deep thoughts. An avid gamer for generations, he has played everything from the Atari 2600 to the PC that he writes his work on. He currently lives in the middle of the ocean and appreciates donations in order to buy goodies from Amazon while deployed (makes things less miserable you see). You can help the guy out by donating here: paypal.me/dashthebomber.
Jason Santuci has worked in the IT industry for decades. At various times, a Tech Monkey, Software Tester, and finally Indie Game Developer. Focusing on using beginner friendly tools, Jason has created over a dozen games ranging from Atari 2600, Sega Genesis, and PC.