- Rules: 1. Provide a quasi-randomly selected noun or phrase. 2. gregf must reply - when he gets a chance, please - and in his reply, associate what you've posted about with: Wild Gunman, or other early-mid seventies arcade games he loved to play. 3. After gregf has answered, someone else may take a turn suggesting something for gregf. -
Even Jim Parson's experimental physicist tv character 'Dr. Sheldon Cooper' might be stumped with this gameplay.... ;-) *kidding* Although Dr. Cooper did a fine job on one of the episodes of "pictionary" with hard-to-guess drawn images on whiteboard.
>I'll go first with: pistachio nuts.
Going partly off script of rules. Can I somewhat cheat and go with early 1980s Atari Food Fight? It has food thrown around including tomatoes.
As for 'nuts' part, I'll go with Atari Fire Truck since I had once commented back in late 1970s when seeing game for first time with front and back two player cab model? "That's nuts. How do two players control that game?
Now for my own off script rules version.
Early 1980s game Streaking and if going by rule with 1974 Oscar awards awkward moment....Kee Games Tank because it was released in 1974 and the streaker was somewhat bulky like a tank cocktail table model.
btw: David Niven was best person at proper moment when this happened because I don't believe even Robin Williams could have presented memorable lines like David did.