I was also informed that there's no electricity
What? Well, screw that. You know what west Texas has? Me. Me and my gasoline powered generator and lots and lots of guns. If you think you can make it through the undead hordes of the damned, then bring your Atari and come to El Paso. We'll hole up in the compound and spend the rest of eternity trying to figure out how to host a LAN party using two Atari 2600s. But be sure to bring some decent games. God help you if you show up with nothing but Pong and Night Driver!
I was going to reply to this yesterday, but my brother came over and we ended up listening to AC/DC records and getting drunk.
I laughed and laughed when I read your replies
Especially the LAN idea. Hell, we've got eternity, why the hell not, eh?
I've got a few good games for Atari, but rest assured, I will be getting more. Here is the list of my games (in Alphabetical order, of course!):
Dragonfire (the fucking most intense and joyful game ever created)
Haunted House (scary! perfect for being surrounded by zombies)
Night Driver (I laughed almost out of my seat when I read, "God help you if you show up with nothing but Pong and Night Driver!"
Missile CommandMs. Pac-Man
Pitfall! (I need to find Pitfall 2)
Video Olympics (PONG PONG PONG PONG PONG!!! Endless fun - which is needed for the extent of eternity)
Warlords (very very fun!)
Also, I would bring my turntable and records, but I fear that would be too heavy, thus risking my life even more:
But... even though in the event of a zombie apocalypse would I LOVE to make it to your hole in the ground and spend eternity playing Atari and picking off zombies with cool guns whilst listening to If You Want Blood (You Got It)
by AC/DC, I will not be traveling to a higher populated area. FUCK that. I'm staying right here in good old secluded St. Albans, Maine