i just had a great conversation with dave and suggested that the top online tecmoer for the year should get a free entry into madison, he agreed that it makes sense so said yes
how do we decide whos the online tecmoer of the year? simple - whoever has the most league titles, online tournament wins, and championship game appearances
each league or tournament win isnt gonna be as much as the next. for example - a hstl title is worth the most reward points, it all just depends
HOPEFULLY BY ADDING A LITTLE INCENTIVE THIS WILL BRING MORE ATTENTION TO ONLINE TECMO
GTFO - champion = 2 reward points, runner up = 1 reward points
WTF - champion = 8 reward points , runner up = 4 reward points
TTL - champion = 8 reward points, runner up = 4 reward points
TTLM - champion = 8 reward points, runner up = 4 reward points
HSTL - champion = 10 reward points, runner up = 5 reward points
NTGL - champion = 5 reward points, runner up = 2 reward points
tournament reward points - will be based on how many competitors and level of the competition. example - this year thunderdome - champion = 10 reward points, runner up = 5 reward points
Any questions or things that need to be changed like the amount of points each league is worth please let me know
StallTalk = 10 points
2018 Thunderdome champion
Rico = 5 points
2018 Thunderdome runner up
Prime = 8 points
1988 GTFO champion (2 points)
HSTL S42 runner up (5 points)
1989 GTFO runner up (1 point)
Baxter = 1 point
1988 GTFO runner up
Tecmobo = 10 points
HSTL S42 champion
Nos = 2 points
1989 GTFO champion (2 points)
By TB: K Master
Hey guys, here is a example of me choosing the Seahawks against one of the all-time greatest D's, the Chicago Bears. And by the way, the 1st play of the game was a Safety by Joe Nash. And also, in the 2nd image is my playbook choice for Seattle, :).
By Steve Moerke
This is the 2nd time now this has happened to me. I returned the first cartridge after it only worked for about an hour. After I put it in my NES and took it out 3-4 times to play other games it stopped working. Now the 2nd TSB17 I received does not work. I put it in played 2 games and now, in the middle of the game it randomly restarted itself. Now when I try to turn the game on, the cartage will not even start up, it just has a white line across the screen. The power button just flashes. My NES has a new 72 pin connector installed in it. I have over 80 NES original cartridges and I can randomly grab any 1 of the 80 games and they will work perfectly the first time. I put in any other of my NES carts they all start right up instantly with no issues. I put in the TSB17 and get a white line. Please let me know if this is a known problem and if there is a fix? I have looked everywhere on the net and cant find any information on the subject. I also see they have stopped selling the cartridge does this mean there are know problems with the cartridges?
Hey guys, I almost feel bad for coming here and asking a bunch of questions. I've lurked the boards for a few months and finally have some time to set aside to ask some things. Please don't be offended by my newbiness.
A group of friends and I want to SIM football. We are Simmers, mostly we SIM Fire Pro Wrestling (before Returns and now Fire Pro Wrestling World). That community is much like this one, we've been making new memories using our favorite classic game (which is now having a rebirth with this new steam version).
Essentially we want to start out with the original 32 teams and rosters, pick our teams and simulate the games (one person would likely do the simming from their PC) the results would be posted. And we would come up with all kinds of other storylines and stuff that would make it more of an interactive story. We also want to track stats, assign awards etc, and then draft players and start a new season.
Is this possible with TSB?
If so, would anyone be able to point me in the direction of the stuff we need? I'm a bit overwhelmed by it all, and I want to make sure I get the right mods etc.
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