A little more than a year ago I've started collecting Colecovision loose cartridges, just for fun, in fact I started with the better games (I think) and then added one, other one, another one and without warning I started a collection that finally I've completed in May/15/2013 (obviously not including the S.O.S cartridge, given that only one or two exists)
Some items were pure luck, like the Super-Sketch (Sketch Master) that I don't even intended to get.
The Wizard of Id Wizmath and Q*bert Qubes were other two very difficult to obtain.
Besides I've got five Q*bert before getting one with good label and in the process I got one with a silver label (not here because I think it doesn't fit along the other Parker Brothers)
It took me one hour to unpack, fifteen minutes for the pictures and another hour to pack again
So enjoy it!
[BTW, I have some duplicate Colecovision homebrews, but with one is enough to show ]
Now my Colecovision cartridges duplicates, most are in not so good state, primary cause of having to order more cartridges. This picture includes the rare Q*bert with silver label. Also the Facemaker and Smurf's Paint and Play Workshop cartridges doesn't work. Also included three Atari cartridges that doesn't work.
My collection of homebrews (part 1), including the Zombie Near game I wrote (I've four of this one )
My collection of homebrews (part 2), including the Princess Quest game I wrote (I've two of this one )
And here is my very small Atari Collection.
My small MSX collection, including the games I've wrote.
A recent addition to my Atari collection, plus all the other platform cartridges in my collection.
BTW, someone used a permanent marker in the Total Recall cartridge . For being my first two NES games, I choosed the most unplayable games
I like very much the colorful label of the Atlantis cartridge for Intellivision
Recent additions to my Sega Master System collection . Only Out Run 3D has the manual, so technically it is the only CIB.
Just taken pictures of all my homebrew collection without duplicates:
Edited by nanochess, Sat Jun 21, 2014 7:43 PM.