While I was on vacation last week, I visited an arcade locate in Ludington. Sadly, the arcade will be closing soon, but it is full of some great machines that you don't see a lot. One of those was the original Mortal Kombat arcade cabinet.
The SNES and Genesis version of the game cannot compare to the difficulty of this game in the arcade, but I accomplished something during my vacation, and I fee
Mortal Kombat has to be one of the best video games of all time. Yesterday I posted about how I got a top score on Ms. Pac-Man. Also in that same arcade was a classic Mortal Kombat machine. I usually see Mortal Kombat 2 or 3, but I never see the first one. So I popped in a quarter and gave it a shot.
Went up to Mackinac City a couple weekends ago and had a good time! Visited the local shops, ate lots of food, bought the usual amount of fudge, etc. We visited this random pizza place in Mackinac City, and if you travel back to the restroom area, you will find video game gold.
In the 1980's, video games only required 2 people to program a single game. Nowadays, they require a team of over 1000 to produce one game! The cool thing though about a single programmer, is that they can come up with some weird stuff. Like a fluffy ball thing with legs and a large tubular nose.