If you want to watch a Swedish guy tear Missile Command a new one, tune in to this. Around 11 a.m. EST, he beat his world record of 81,795,035, but that's not the goal now. He's trying to play the game for 100 hours, on a single credit. That would be a record across all arcade games.
Victor Sandberg is going for a world record in the endurance department, which would destroy George Leutz's all time mark of 84 hours, 50 minutes, set in February with Q*Bert. Sandberg already beat his own record in Missile Command, set earlier this year, in about 55 hours of playing time. (The previous mark took 56 hours.)