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#1 Dryfter OFFLINE  

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Posted Tue Jun 14, 2011 5:24 PM

Just wondering if people want to share which number of each home brew they have. Here are mine.

IntelligentVision Games:
Stonix - 173
Minehunter - 005
4-Tris - 073
Same Game & Robots - 115 (of 100!) go figure

Left Turn Only Games:
Space Patrol - 141
4-Tris - 91

Other items:
Orphan Overlays Series 2 - 135
Orphan Overlays Series 3 - 099
Intellicart - 188

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Posted Tue Jun 14, 2011 9:48 PM

ok, I don't mind..
Minhunter 134
Same Game & Robots 134
Orphan Overlays Series 3 - 84
space patrol - 70
4 tris (left turn only) - 55

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Posted Tue Jun 14, 2011 9:55 PM

I'll be back in 20 mins with mine....

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Posted Tue Jun 14, 2011 11:21 PM

I'll be back in 20 mins with mine....


That is the longest 20 minutes i have ever seen.........Posted Image

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Posted Wed Jun 15, 2011 12:28 AM

I'll be back in 20 mins with mine....


That is the longest 20 minutes i have ever seen.........Posted Image



That's what she said. :D

Intelligentvision Games

4-Tris - #56/100
Stonix - #61/250
Same Game and Robots - #56/100
Minehunter - #37/150 and #88/150


LTO Games

Space Patrol - #29
4-Tris - #27

Orphan Overlays

Series #1 - #0025
Series #2 - #??? (in the mail, will update once arrives)
Series #3 - #050 (full sized yellow box)
Series #3 - #122 (smaller, card-deck sized brown box)

Activision

League of Light (not numbered)
Robot Rubble (not numbered)

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Posted Wed Jun 15, 2011 6:31 AM

Orphan Overlays

Series #1 - #0025
Series #2 - #??? (in the mail, will update once arrives)
Series #3 - #050 (full sized yellow box)
Series #3 - #122 (smaller, card-deck sized brown box)



Sorry man, series 1 isn't numbered....read my blog damnit! ;) Series 2 doesn't actually say series 2 anywhere...Series one was never boxed or numbered. Only about 50 of them were made.

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Posted Wed Jun 15, 2011 9:13 AM


Orphan Overlays

Series #1 - #0025
Series #2 - #??? (in the mail, will update once arrives)
Series #3 - #050 (full sized yellow box)
Series #3 - #122 (smaller, card-deck sized brown box)



Sorry man, series 1 isn't numbered....read my blog damnit! ;) Series 2 doesn't actually say series 2 anywhere...Series one was never boxed or numbered. Only about 50 of them were made.


Do all the series one packages say 0025 on them? Mine has a card in it with that number in the little ziplock bag. I'd take a picture but my camera is on it's way back from California from the Legoland lost and found. As for series 2, the box is what makes it series 2. The one that I won on eBay looks to have a number ending in 6, but you can't quite see the full number.

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Orphan Overlays

Series #1 - #0025
Series #2 - #??? (in the mail, will update once arrives)
Series #3 - #050 (full sized yellow box)
Series #3 - #122 (smaller, card-deck sized brown box)



Sorry man, series 1 isn't numbered....read my blog damnit! ;) Series 2 doesn't actually say series 2 anywhere...Series one was never boxed or numbered. Only about 50 of them were made.


Do all the series one packages say 0025 on them? Mine has a card in it with that number in the little ziplock bag. I'd take a picture but my camera is on it's way back from California from the Legoland lost and found. As for series 2, the box is what makes it series 2. The one that I won on eBay looks to have a number ending in 6, but you can't quite see the full number.


also share the Legoland pictures!, On my nostalgia of childhood memories Intellivision and Lego are almost equal in the top :)

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Posted Wed Jun 15, 2011 10:14 AM

Orphan Overlays

Series #1 - #0025
Series #2 - #??? (in the mail, will update once arrives)
Series #3 - #050 (full sized yellow box)
Series #3 - #122 (smaller, card-deck sized brown box)



Sorry man, series 1 isn't numbered....read my blog damnit! ;) Series 2 doesn't actually say series 2 anywhere...Series one was never boxed or numbered. Only about 50 of them were made.


Do all the series one packages say 0025 on them? Mine has a card in it with that number in the little ziplock bag. I'd take a picture but my camera is on it's way back from California from the Legoland lost and found. As for series 2, the box is what makes it series 2. The one that I won on eBay looks to have a number ending in 6, but you can't quite see the full number.


also share the Legoland pictures!, On my nostalgia of childhood memories Intellivision and Lego are almost equal in the top :)



Yah, it's a pretty crazy place. My son is six so he thought it was cool, but the rides are pretty tame and you end up waiting in line just as long as for a ride at Disney and then the ride is over in 30 seconds. They have a big Star Wars section that my son was very stoked about as he's a Star Wars nut.

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Posted Wed Jun 15, 2011 11:08 AM


Orphan Overlays

Series #1 - #0025
Series #2 - #??? (in the mail, will update once arrives)
Series #3 - #050 (full sized yellow box)
Series #3 - #122 (smaller, card-deck sized brown box)



Sorry man, series 1 isn't numbered....read my blog damnit! ;) Series 2 doesn't actually say series 2 anywhere...Series one was never boxed or numbered. Only about 50 of them were made.


Do all the series one packages say 0025 on them? Mine has a card in it with that number in the little ziplock bag. I'd take a picture but my camera is on it's way back from California from the Legoland lost and found. As for series 2, the box is what makes it series 2. The one that I won on eBay looks to have a number ending in 6, but you can't quite see the full number.



I'll have to check when I get home about the 0025 thing. I do know that series one doesn't have any numbering scheme at all. It's really hard, or possibly impossible, to know if you really have a series one set. If you just have a baggie with a card in it that's numbered, I'm pretty sure it's a series 2 set without the box. I'm 99% sure about that. I can send you the email I got from Roger a while back when I was asking him about this stuff if you want :)

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Posted Wed Jun 15, 2011 3:11 PM

Orphan Overlays

Series #1 - #0025
Series #2 - #??? (in the mail, will update once arrives)
Series #3 - #050 (full sized yellow box)
Series #3 - #122 (smaller, card-deck sized brown box)



Sorry man, series 1 isn't numbered....read my blog damnit! ;) Series 2 doesn't actually say series 2 anywhere...Series one was never boxed or numbered. Only about 50 of them were made.


Do all the series one packages say 0025 on them? Mine has a card in it with that number in the little ziplock bag. I'd take a picture but my camera is on it's way back from California from the Legoland lost and found. As for series 2, the box is what makes it series 2. The one that I won on eBay looks to have a number ending in 6, but you can't quite see the full number.



I'll have to check when I get home about the 0025 thing. I do know that series one doesn't have any numbering scheme at all. It's really hard, or possibly impossible, to know if you really have a series one set. If you just have a baggie with a card in it that's numbered, I'm pretty sure it's a series 2 set without the box. I'm 99% sure about that. I can send you the email I got from Roger a while back when I was asking him about this stuff if you want :)


I don't think so Pete. I remember when these first came out and buying them then and then Roger contacting me maybe a year later to ask me if I wanted to buy Series two and deciding that I didn't once he told me that they were the same as I had but just with a box added. Once Series 3 came out with different overlays I then chose to buy them....or at least that's how I remember it. :)

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Posted Sun Jul 17, 2011 10:08 AM

Intelligentvision

STONIX - # 88
MINHUNTER - # 67
4 -TRIS - # 67
SAME GAME AND ROBOTS - # 67

LTO

SPACE PATROL - # 52

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Posted Fri Jul 22, 2011 2:06 AM

Orphan Overlays

Series #1 - #0025
Series #2 - #??? (in the mail, will update once arrives)
Series #3 - #050 (full sized yellow box)
Series #3 - #122 (smaller, card-deck sized brown box)



Sorry man, series 1 isn't numbered....read my blog damnit! ;) Series 2 doesn't actually say series 2 anywhere...Series one was never boxed or numbered. Only about 50 of them were made.


Do all the series one packages say 0025 on them? Mine has a card in it with that number in the little ziplock bag. I'd take a picture but my camera is on it's way back from California from the Legoland lost and found. As for series 2, the box is what makes it series 2. The one that I won on eBay looks to have a number ending in 6, but you can't quite see the full number.



I'll have to check when I get home about the 0025 thing. I do know that series one doesn't have any numbering scheme at all. It's really hard, or possibly impossible, to know if you really have a series one set. If you just have a baggie with a card in it that's numbered, I'm pretty sure it's a series 2 set without the box. I'm 99% sure about that. I can send you the email I got from Roger a while back when I was asking him about this stuff if you want :)


I don't think so Pete. I remember when these first came out and buying them then and then Roger contacting me maybe a year later to ask me if I wanted to buy Series two and deciding that I didn't once he told me that they were the same as I had but just with a box added. Once Series 3 came out with different overlays I then chose to buy them....or at least that's how I remember it. :)


OK, I finally got around to taking some pics and I found a couple of interesting things.

First of all, my Series 2 is #66, and I've added to my Series #3 holdings, now I have set #123 of the small brown boxed variety as well as #122.

Time for some pics. :cool: The first two show the front and the backs of the yellow boxed Series #2 and Series #3 sets. You'll notice the difference is that a large sticker has been applied to the back for Series #3 showing the updated overlays, otherwise the box is the same.

The next pic shows the two small brown boxed versions of Series #3. (One of which I guess I'll likely be selling by the way. :cool: )

Next is a shot of what I maintain is a Series #1 set showing how it came packed in an outer bag, then the next one showing the small tight inner plastic wrap. You can see the #25 on the inner piece of cardboard.

The sixth shot shows the small Psycho Stormtrooper card with the number 25 on it and a now unfolded one page description of the overlays and why they were made.

The seventh shows the little booklet that came with Series#2 which replaced the one pager from Series #1, as well as my Series #2 Overlays (the number is 66, the first 6 is hidden under the white cross)

The eighth pic shows the evolution of the Super Pro Football overlays and you can see mention made of how the Series #1 version was made in 2000 and Series #2 was the final revision.

The final pic I think proves my assertion that I have a Series #1 as you'll see my overlay from the little plastic bag, which matches the 2000 version (green outline of the words Super Pro Football).

Pete, your thoughts? :ponder:

As an aside, I recently acquired a large lot from Roger that contained a lot of cool Orphan Overlay items, among other things, including a lot of digital images which will be shared hopefully soon.

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Posted Fri Jul 22, 2011 9:20 AM

Very nice, i will have to get pics of my homebrews stuff in here.


And yes, i think it is series 1 as well. it doesnt have a series 2 or 3 sticker on it, then what else could it be?

unless you took off the sticker....Posted Image

Edited by revolutionika, Fri Jul 22, 2011 9:21 AM.


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Posted Fri Jul 22, 2011 10:17 AM

Very nice man! Where's the green envious face emoticon? :D

how about this? :envy:


aw, didn't work....

Edited by Dryfter, Fri Jul 22, 2011 10:17 AM.


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Posted Sat Jul 23, 2011 12:25 AM

I thought you guys might like those pics. ;) now I just need to sort through the box from Roger and all the digital images.

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Posted Sun Sep 9, 2012 1:52 PM

Just noticed Rev was looking at this. (Because I cyber stalk him) This thread could use a bump and a massive update. Soooo many homebrews to add since then, numbered or not. By the end of the year I believe there will be well over 20....cool

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Posted Sun Sep 9, 2012 1:56 PM

Just noticed Rev was looking at this. (Because I cyber stalk him) This thread could use a bump and a massive update. Soooo many homebrews to add since then, numbered or not. By the end of the year I believe there will be well over 20....cool



LOL, ive been googling 4tris and my search took me to this thread.

I also look to see what threads everyone is viewing.

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Posted Sun Sep 9, 2012 2:31 PM

Just noticed Rev was looking at this. (Because I cyber stalk him) This thread could use a bump and a massive update. Soooo many homebrews to add since then, numbered or not. By the end of the year I believe there will be well over 20....cool



LOL, ive been googling 4tris and my search took me to this thread.

I also look to see what threads everyone is viewing.



Pete and I were discussing this via email a month or so ago, let's see if I have them all listed....


Philly Classic
1. 4-Tris

White Box
2. 4-Tris

IntelligentVision
3. Stonix
4. MineHunter
5. 4-Tris
6. Adventures of Tron
7. Spina the Bee
8. King of the Mountain
9. Same Game & Robots
10. Same Game & Robots - Intellivoice
11. Yogi's Frustration
12. Donkey Kong
13. Rocky and Bullwinkle
14. Illusions

15. Super NFL Football
16. Flintstones Keyboard Fun
17. Scarfinger (?) (Pending?)
18. Unknown title (Pending?)
19. Unknown title (Pending?)

Left Turn Only
20. 4-Tris
21. Space Patrol

22. Christmas Carol (regular edition)
23. Christmas Carol (special edition)
24. 4-Tris (new LTO shell and OL’s?) (pending?)
25. Space Patrol (new LTO shell and OL’s) (Pending?)
26. Super Space Patrol (pending)

Unbranded
27. Robot Rubble
28. League of Light

Elektronite
29. D1K – cart and manual release (box pending)
30. D2K

31. Minehunter (gatefold re-release, with new artwork) 32. Lost Caves of Kroz (2013)
33. Defender of the Crown (2013)
34. Paddle Party (2013)
35. Space Wars (2013)
36. Match 5 (?) (2013?)

Intellivision Productions
37. Game #1 (about to be announced)
38. Game #2 (about to be announced)
39. Game #3 (about to be announced)


So correct me if I'm wrong, but it looks like there will be nearly 40 Intellivision homebrews (including variations) in the not too distant future. Wow, I need more shelving.

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Posted Sun Sep 9, 2012 4:45 PM

Now time to cause controvesy...

If there is indeed new carts from Intellivision Productions (whom afterall own the rights) is that an official new production release or a homebrew (done by enthusiasts)? So do their releases add to the 125 or not?

Also if INTV Pacman is considered a variation of Atarisoft's Pacman, then do the four 4-Tris, two Space Patrols, two Carols and two Minhunters (10 titles) actually only count as 4?

I would count D1K as separate to Donkey Kong Arcade due the the inclusion of the Japanese ordering option. Ditto for SG&R due to the Intellivoice upgrade

Which would bring the new tally (if all are released) as

128 releases from the original entities (125 plus the possible three Intellivision Production releases) and lots of variations
29 Homebrew releases and 7 9 variations (20 Homebrews and 4 5 variations already released to date) [edit: add to the variations for the bagged releases of D1K and D2K]

I need more shelving too....

Edited by stc2009, Sun Sep 9, 2012 4:48 PM.


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Posted Sun Sep 9, 2012 5:38 PM

Now time to cause controvesy...

If there is indeed new carts from Intellivision Productions (whom afterall own the rights) is that an official new production release or a homebrew (done by enthusiasts)? So do their releases add to the 125 or not?

Also if INTV Pacman is considered a variation of Atarisoft's Pacman, then do the four 4-Tris, two Space Patrols, two Carols and two Minhunters (10 titles) actually only count as 4?

I would count D1K as separate to Donkey Kong Arcade due the the inclusion of the Japanese ordering option. Ditto for SG&R due to the Intellivoice upgrade

Which would bring the new tally (if all are released) as

128 releases from the original entities (125 plus the possible three Intellivision Production releases) and lots of variations
29 Homebrew releases and 7 9 variations (20 Homebrews and 4 5 variations already released to date) [edit: add to the variations for the bagged releases of D1K and D2K]

I need more shelving too....


I'd been thinking about the 125 but my gut reaction was that was the original 125 from back in the day and it should stay as such, and that these, even though they are coming from "Intellivision", should be part of the homebrews, just like the unreleased ROMs from back in the day that have been released recently. We're assuming these are new titles by the way, but I'm wondering if these will be the re-releases that IP said they'd put on cart a few years ago. ( i.e. Spiker?)

Now, as for the homebrew variations, we can have a list of games released (the homebrew equivalent of the 125) but also the complete homebrew list, including variations. Let the discussions continue.... :)

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Posted Sun Sep 9, 2012 6:07 PM

I'd been thinking about the 125 but my gut reaction was that was the original 125 from back in the day and it should stay as such, and that these, even though they are coming from "Intellivision", should be part of the homebrews, just like the unreleased ROMs from back in the day that have been released recently. We're assuming these are new titles by the way, but I'm wondering if these will be the re-releases that IP said they'd put on cart a few years ago. ( i.e. Spiker?)

Now, as for the homebrew variations, we can have a list of games released (the homebrew equivalent of the 125) but also the complete homebrew list, including variations. Let the discussions continue.... :)


Now If we're going with 125 as the list of "in the day" releases (I'm happy with this as a limit), then Homebrews should also go by titles with variations as a separate.

So, for example, my collection would be 53/125 and 12/20.

Rev will we need a new award system for Homebrews?

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Posted Mon Sep 10, 2012 1:45 AM

I would count D1K as separate to Donkey Kong Arcade due the the inclusion of the Japanese ordering option. Ditto for SG&R due to the Intellivoice upgrade


The original SG&R has Intellivoice support too, but different voices.

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Posted Mon Sep 10, 2012 1:48 AM

Now time to cause controvesy...

If there is indeed new carts from Intellivision Productions (whom afterall own the rights) is that an official new production release or a homebrew (done by enthusiasts)? So do their releases add to the 125 or not?

Also if INTV Pacman is considered a variation of Atarisoft's Pacman, then do the four 4-Tris, two Space Patrols, two Carols and two Minhunters (10 titles) actually only count as 4?

I would count D1K as separate to Donkey Kong Arcade due the the inclusion of the Japanese ordering option. Ditto for SG&R due to the Intellivoice upgrade

Which would bring the new tally (if all are released) as

128 releases from the original entities (125 plus the possible three Intellivision Production releases) and lots of variations
29 Homebrew releases and 7 9 variations (20 Homebrews and 4 5 variations already released to date) [edit: add to the variations for the bagged releases of D1K and D2K]

I need more shelving too....


I'd been thinking about the 125 but my gut reaction was that was the original 125 from back in the day and it should stay as such, and that these, even though they are coming from "Intellivision", should be part of the homebrews, just like the unreleased ROMs from back in the day that have been released recently. We're assuming these are new titles by the way, but I'm wondering if these will be the re-releases that IP said they'd put on cart a few years ago. ( i.e. Spiker?)

Now, as for the homebrew variations, we can have a list of games released (the homebrew equivalent of the 125) but also the complete homebrew list, including variations. Let the discussions continue.... :)


Let´s say that the 125 are the games until 1990 and the new ones are the games after 2000. By the way Electronite/Classic Game Publishers looking at them self not as homebrew producers.

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Posted Mon Sep 10, 2012 2:33 AM

I would count D1K as separate to Donkey Kong Arcade due the the inclusion of the Japanese ordering option. Ditto for SG&R due to the Intellivoice upgrade


The original SG&R has Intellivoice support too, but different voices.


I wasn't aware of that because I only have the recent release. So do think the later release is a variation?




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