I don't think Cold Pac is a company.
So what's the general consensus on the origin of Jahfish' and my cart's country of origin. Our lots were both from Thailand. I notice that Atarimania has Jo-Jo and TYTHM listed as the only Thai carts. It's pretty clear that Jahfish' God cart is from Thailand because it says made in Thailand on it.
I don't see the publisher Cold Pac listed on Atarimania though. is it safe to say that Cold Pac is a Thai company?
As you can see, Tythm Softwares carried colorful labels with cool sounding names on them that had nothing to do with the actual game.
The game's real title is on the end label and the end label part is what's most characteristic for Tythms Softwares carts
The end label part usually has a different, solid background color with a title sticker on it.
Also the firm grip on the sides of the carts and the two plastic stripes on the back is typical.
Your Master and Cold Pac carts are IMO true Tythms Softwares carts:
Furthermore, you have a German Galaxy and a German Son Son cart, two Australian Century carts, a bunch of Australian SpaceVision carts (with very cool artwork I must say), a Fantastic Game cart, a (Funvision?) multi-game V-case cart and some Video Computer System carts with the Victory Video Games and Activision logo (still have to categorize these properly, but thanks to your find this can be done now).
BTW: when I say German carts, that's not to say these weren't sold in Thailand.
Little is known about these carts and very few have been found, so I go with the little confirmed info I have on these.
Jah, what about scanning the other carts now (front and end label)?
In fact, it would be great if you could make some nice big front, back and end label pictures/scans of all of these again:
The more details we have, the better.
We can compare them with Res' his carts and solve some mysteries here.
Edited by Rom Hunter, Fri Jul 31, 2009 3:30 AM.