ULAF CAPTURE THE SPEED WITH SPEEDBOARDS

August 19th, 2010 by Ulaf Silchov

NES SPEEDBOARD IS THE SPEED

SOME PEOPLES ASK ULAF THIS: HOW IS IT THAT MY MIND CAN CAPTURE THE SPEED? TO WHICH ULAF RESPAWN A SIMPLE WORDS: WITH THE SPEEDBOARDS OF COURSE. IT IS TRUE THAT THE SPEED OR THE BOARDS HAVE BEEN HARDEST TO TAME OF ALL ELEMENTS, SO THE MAGIC OF THESE DEVICE CANNOT BE UNDERSTOOD.

SO THEN ALWAYS RECALL THIS DAY THAT HERE YOUR MIND SEES THIS SPEEDBOARDS PHOTOGRAPHY, ONE PICTURES OF THAT ULTIMATE MASTER DEVICES FOR THE NINTENDO ENTRAPMENT SYSTEM (NES FOR ABBREVIATED). ULAF USE IT AND USE IT, THEN OBTAIN HIGHEST SCORE EVER DURING MEGA MEN II WITH FINGERTIPS. NO SMALL FEET.

JUST A QUICK NOTE FROM MY MIND. GO BACK TO LIFE NOW. UNTIL NEXT TIME THIS IS ULAF SAYING BE THE MASTER.

Ulaf Silchov is an expert in video games and computers. He also writes for "Svadlost Weekly" and "The Almost Perfect Circle Newsletter."



5 Responses to “ULAF CAPTURE THE SPEED WITH SPEEDBOARDS”

  1. Geoff V. Says:

    How in poo-perfect-hell did that get an official license from Nintendo?

    ULAF MIND IS THE MASTER MIND.

  2. RC Says:

    I'm trying to figure out what games would be improved by using this thing. Track and Field probably. What else?

  3. Benj Edwards Says:

    That's a very good question, RC. If I had to pick a game that this thing might actually make you better at, it would probably be Track and Field (or its sequel). Maybe BMX racing in California Games.

  4. Moondog Says:

    I always got a chuckle seeing all the various "enhancements" like this one over the years. I recall seeing for the Atari 2600 a base that would turn your handheld joystick into a tabletop model, and I had once bought a device that slipped over the joystick to move the fire button to the top of the stick - it was no substitute for a good Wico joystick!

  5. Benj Edwards Says:

    You may be thinking of the Stick Station, Moondog:

    http://www.vintagecomputing.com/index.php/archives/231

    It is a wooden base for the Atari 2600. I have another ad for it somewhere. And wow — that scan is from all the way back in 2006.

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