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What it Really takes to play the original Centipede

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  • What it Really takes to play the original Centipede

    We own an original 1981 Atari Centipede. We got it from hubby's best friends Mom, who used to work for SixFlagsMagicMountain







    I have never been good at this game (I was always more of a crystal castles girl myself), but an average I can get around 18,000 when the board is set to hard mode (extra bonus at 20k points).



    Here are some pics of him playing.


    5,000 points and still have all 3 lives





    A little piece of heaven

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    Re: What it Really takes to play the original Centipede

    Haha, thats hilarious. I suck at that game.

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