I recently bought a 72 game multi-cart, which is a (bare PCB for a) single Vectrex cartridge that contains every Vectrex game ever released, plus a bunch of homebrew stuff. ("Custom bankswitching design allows for different size ROM images"! Hardcore.)
And one of those homebrew demos on the cart is... well... this is a thing that happened:
Let's re-cap: a cartridge manufactured in 2008, containing a demo written in 2001, which is a vector-graphics reproduction of an internet meme from 2000, based on a video game from 1989, running on a video game system manufactured in 1982.
This is a very strange dojo.
If you have a way to get it to run on yours, here's something with a newer, if less great, internet meme.
The Internet is the greatest thing ever created because it made that possible.
Does it come with 72 overlays?
Sadly, no. Reproductions are $7 each!
I caved and bought a Minestorm overlay, since although I've been diligent about only buying games with overlays, I overlooked that part when I bought the machine itself.
Just think of it: and all of that running on an ancient history simulation of the early 21st century!
What makes me smile is remembering how innocent the world was back in AYB time. Pre-towers.