This past weekend I attended PRGE and I had a great time. I saw the announcement for the new Intellivision Amico live and got to hang out with some of the old school programmers like Howard Scott Warshaw, David Crane, and Garry Kitchen. I also got to talk to Walter Day, Gamester81 and John Hancock and I have the pictures to prove it.
He doesn't seem to be doing much in terms of programming but he does love to attend these events. His brother, on the other hand, is currently working on two 2600 games. You can learn about them here: www.dankitchengames.com/
As for the Amico, I just started a thread about it...
His brother, on the other hand, is currently working on two 2600 games. You can learn about them here: www.dankitchengames.com/
Holy crap! That's nuts that the sequel to K. Kapers may finally see a release! Glad to have it actually still exist after all these years (but after 30 YEARS of sitting in storage? Man, he needed to look at that stuff a lot earlier!).