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Poll: would you buy a new edition of Minehunter? (49 member(s) have cast votes)

are you interested to buy minehunter with new box and overlays?

  1. yes for sure (24 votes [48.98%])

    Percentage of vote: 48.98%

  2. no, I have already original Minehunter (10 votes [20.41%])

    Percentage of vote: 20.41%

  3. no (9 votes [18.37%])

    Percentage of vote: 18.37%

  4. maybe (6 votes [12.24%])

    Percentage of vote: 12.24%

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#51 ls650 OFFLINE  

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Posted Sun Apr 15, 2012 8:54 PM

What do you mean by gameplay? If we want to just play the games, wouldn't we just play them on an emulator?

Playing a game on an emulators is not the same as playing on "the real thing". I know some folks don't agree with that, but I find it impossible to enjoy playing any Intellivision game on a PC anywhere near as much as on a real Inty console.

#52 DZ-Jay ONLINE  

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Posted Mon Apr 16, 2012 4:45 AM

What do you mean by gameplay? If we want to just play the games, wouldn't we just play them on an emulator?

Playing a game on an emulators is not the same as playing on "the real thing". I know some folks don't agree with that, but I find it impossible to enjoy playing any Intellivision game on a PC anywhere near as much as on a real Inty console.


I second that. I only use the emulator to test and debug my games.

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#53 Utopia OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Apr 16, 2012 4:02 PM

I saw a forum post recently that mapped out proposed INTV game releases from four different publishers over the next two years,
I think there were eight titles or more and it may have even been a link to another site but any help would be appreciated to find this information again so I can plan for all these fantastic game releases.
I am sure I speak for many collectors and players when expressing a great appreciation for the efforts of all involved with the development of new games and maintaining up to date information on the many INTV websites and forums. :)

#54 DZ-Jay ONLINE  

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Posted Mon Apr 16, 2012 4:40 PM

I saw a forum post recently that mapped out proposed INTV game releases from four different publishers over the next two years,
I think there were eight titles or more and it may have even been a link to another site but any help would be appreciated to find this information again so I can plan for all these fantastic game releases.
I am sure I speak for many collectors and players when expressing a great appreciation for the efforts of all involved with the development of new games and maintaining up to date information on the many INTV websites and forums. :)


I think you mean Revolutionika's site.

-dZ.

#55 Utopia OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Apr 16, 2012 5:09 PM


I saw a forum post recently that mapped out proposed INTV game releases from four different publishers over the next two years,
I think there were eight titles or more and it may have even been a link to another site but any help would be appreciated to find this information again so I can plan for all these fantastic game releases.
I am sure I speak for many collectors and players when expressing a great appreciation for the efforts of all involved with the development of new games and maintaining up to date information on the many INTV websites and forums. :)


I think you mean Revolutionika's site.

-dZ.

Thanks dZ. Not the list I was thinking of but it is even more detailed than the other one.

#56 DZ-Jay ONLINE  

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Posted Mon Apr 16, 2012 5:44 PM



I saw a forum post recently that mapped out proposed INTV game releases from four different publishers over the next two years,
I think there were eight titles or more and it may have even been a link to another site but any help would be appreciated to find this information again so I can plan for all these fantastic game releases.
I am sure I speak for many collectors and players when expressing a great appreciation for the efforts of all involved with the development of new games and maintaining up to date information on the many INTV websites and forums. :)


I think you mean Revolutionika's site.

-dZ.

Thanks dZ. Not the list I was thinking of but it is even more detailed than the other one.


I was wrong, it was at Valter's IntellivisionWorld.com. I think you meant this list.

-dZ.

#57 Utopia OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Apr 16, 2012 6:32 PM




I saw a forum post recently that mapped out proposed INTV game releases from four different publishers over the next two years,
I think there were eight titles or more and it may have even been a link to another site but any help would be appreciated to find this information again so I can plan for all these fantastic game releases.
I am sure I speak for many collectors and players when expressing a great appreciation for the efforts of all involved with the development of new games and maintaining up to date information on the many INTV websites and forums. :)


I think you mean Revolutionika's site.

-dZ.

Thanks dZ. Not the list I was thinking of but it is even more detailed than the other one.


I was wrong, it was at Valter's IntellivisionWorld.com. I think you meant this list.

-dZ.

That's the one and thank you again.

#58 revolutionika OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Apr 16, 2012 8:40 PM





I saw a forum post recently that mapped out proposed INTV game releases from four different publishers over the next two years,
I think there were eight titles or more and it may have even been a link to another site but any help would be appreciated to find this information again so I can plan for all these fantastic game releases.
I am sure I speak for many collectors and players when expressing a great appreciation for the efforts of all involved with the development of new games and maintaining up to date information on the many INTV websites and forums. :)


I think you mean Revolutionika's site.

-dZ.

Thanks dZ. Not the list I was thinking of but it is even more detailed than the other one.


I was wrong, it was at Valter's IntellivisionWorld.com. I think you meant this list.

-dZ.

That's the one and thank you again.


That is a good list Valter made, here is the homebrew section on my site in case you didnt see it.

http://www.intellivi...mebrew-releases

#59 Utopia OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Apr 16, 2012 8:54 PM






I saw a forum post recently that mapped out proposed INTV game releases from four different publishers over the next two years,
I think there were eight titles or more and it may have even been a link to another site but any help would be appreciated to find this information again so I can plan for all these fantastic game releases.
I am sure I speak for many collectors and players when expressing a great appreciation for the efforts of all involved with the development of new games and maintaining up to date information on the many INTV websites and forums. :)


I think you mean Revolutionika's site.

-dZ.

Thanks dZ. Not the list I was thinking of but it is even more detailed than the other one.


I was wrong, it was at Valter's IntellivisionWorld.com. I think you meant this list.

-dZ.

That's the one and thank you again.


That is a good list Valter made, here is the homebrew section on my site in case you didnt see it.

http://www.intellivi...mebrew-releases

Thanks Revolutionika. There is a lot of detail there and I hope that they ALL get released someday.

#60 vprette ONLINE  

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Posted Tue Apr 17, 2012 4:50 AM





I saw a forum post recently that mapped out proposed INTV game releases from four different publishers over the next two years,
I think there were eight titles or more and it may have even been a link to another site but any help would be appreciated to find this information again so I can plan for all these fantastic game releases.
I am sure I speak for many collectors and players when expressing a great appreciation for the efforts of all involved with the development of new games and maintaining up to date information on the many INTV websites and forums. :)


I think you mean Revolutionika's site.

-dZ.

Thanks dZ. Not the list I was thinking of but it is even more detailed than the other one.


I was wrong, it was at Valter's IntellivisionWorld.com. I think you meant this list.

-dZ.

That's the one and thank you again.


I updated the list for your interest :-)
see new list

#61 ILoveIntellivision2 OFFLINE  

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Posted Tue Apr 17, 2012 6:23 PM

Playing a game on an emulators is not the same as playing on "the real thing". I know some folks don't agree with that, but I find it impossible to enjoy playing any Intellivision game on a PC anywhere near as much as on a real Inty console.


What's the difference with emulation and the console?

With an adapter like the Vision-daptor (http://home.comcast....sion-daptor.htm) I can play all the games in emulation on my big screen TV using the original controllers. No more RF interference. Nostalgia rocks! The best emulator out there.

Don't get me wrong. I love the boxes but I only collect those.

#62 revolutionika OFFLINE  

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Posted Tue Apr 17, 2012 7:46 PM

Cool! i have never seen that Vision Adapter...interesting....

#63 atari5200dude82 OFFLINE  

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Posted Tue Apr 17, 2012 11:28 PM

It


Playing a game on an emulators is not the same as playing on "the real thing". I know some folks don't agree with that, but I find it impossible to enjoy playing any Intellivision game on a PC anywhere near as much as on a real Inty console.


What's the difference with emulation and the console?

With an adapter like the Vision-daptor (http://home.comcast....sion-daptor.htm) I can play all the games in emulation on my big screen TV using the original controllers. No more RF interference. Nostalgia rocks! The best emulator out there.

Don't get me wrong. I love the boxes but I only collect those.

It's pretty cool. But nothing better to play it on a original console.

#64 ILoveIntellivision2 OFFLINE  

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Posted Wed Apr 18, 2012 9:21 PM

Can anyone out here every give an answer or backup what they think? Making a statement doesn't make you right.

#65 revolutionika OFFLINE  

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Posted Wed Apr 18, 2012 10:10 PM

Here on AA...opinions are facts.........rule #1


And no...I cant back that statement up! It is an unwritten rule. Just ask any of the myriads of smart-asses here. (not just intv section)

#66 ILoveIntellivision2 OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Apr 26, 2012 8:21 PM

And no...I cant back that statement up! It is an unwritten rule. Just ask any of the myriads of smart-asses here. (not just intv section)

It's nice to know there are so many smart-asses here. And I thought I was special asking the hard questions. At least now I know I have been factual in my opinions. No more picking on me!!!!!!

#67 revolutionika OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Apr 26, 2012 9:43 PM


And no...I cant back that statement up! It is an unwritten rule. Just ask any of the myriads of smart-asses here. (not just intv section)

It's nice to know there are so many smart-asses here. And I thought I was special asking the hard questions. At least now I know I have been factual in my opinions. No more picking on me!!!!!!



Here on AA, the smart-asses run in wild packs. :skull:

#68 HARMIK OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu May 17, 2012 4:40 AM

Yes

#69 Games For Your Intellivision OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu May 17, 2012 7:30 AM

Who wants to do some Minehunter art? Email me.....




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