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All Your Base Are Belong To Us
This classic video is here for your enjoyment!
In 1989 the video game Zero Wing was released. One of its most notable
features was its terrible translations from Japanese to English. This
game has morphed into a video production, enhanced with catchy music and
a collection of rather amusing pictures. It has become a cult classic.
On January 9, 2003, National Public Radio aired a story about "All
Your Base". The site they publicized suddenly could not be
reached due to heavy traffic.
At the right is a slide show summary of the game screens.
Below are just a few of the many images featured in the video,
followed by a collection of links to "All Your Base" resources.
Click "Play the Video", below, or the picture at the
right to see "All Your Base" in all its glory.
features everything you could want to know about Zero Wing. They have
the story line, scenes from the game, etc. They also have links to
other "All Your Base" resources.
- The Killer List of Video Games, features pictures of the arcade
game and yet more "All Your Base" links.
1945 - Featuring Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
with words from the video accompanied by tracks adapted from well
know pieces of popular music. The quality of Karaoke music generally
appears to increase logarithmically based upon the number of alcoholic
beverages consumed by both the singer and the listeners.
Gaming features game play information for Zero Wing, along with
Hear the sound
track or download the MP3 for Invasion of the Gabber Robots,
by The Laziest Men on Mars, which is the sound track accompanying
World features information plus game cheats and MP3 files from
this and other video games.
These are just a few of the Websites that offer All Your Base merchandise.
Check the links on the above sites for additional merchandise.
While AYB (All Your Base) lore is fun, not everyone understands
how an April Fool's joke in 2003 landed seven people in jail.
These men left notes on businesses announcing that "All your
base are belong to us" and that "You have no chance to
survive make your time". Police were called in because of a
possible terrorist threat.
If you really enjoy cool music and senseless pictures then
you will love Yatta!
This is the first Live
Test of the Massive Ordnance Air Blast, or MOAB, on March 11,
2003. The bomb, which consists of 18,000 pounds of explosives, was
dropped from a military transport plane over a test site at Eglin
AFB, near Pensacola, Florida.
In military circles the device is being called the Mother of All
Bombs, in reference to Saddam Hussein's term "The Mother of
All Wars". Read
More at Defense Link.