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#1 retroillucid OFFLINE  

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Posted Sat Aug 23, 2014 2:19 PM

Here's the latest games available to order

$50 per game + shipping (you can combine shipping)

READY TO SHIP!

 

To order,

 

contact: colecomaster@Hotmail.com

 

or

 

Send Toby a PM here on AtariAge

http://atariage.com/...-coleco-master/

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#2 ten-four OFFLINE  

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Posted Sat Aug 23, 2014 5:39 PM

You forget Flappy Bird (Flapee Byrd) ;)



#3 Jaymiester OFFLINE  

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Posted Sat Aug 23, 2014 5:49 PM

Maybe it's sold out.



#4 retroillucid OFFLINE  

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Posted Sat Aug 23, 2014 5:51 PM

Maybe it's sold out.


Nah, it's just not ready to ship like all other titles mentioned

#5 ColecoDan OFFLINE  

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Posted Tue Sep 16, 2014 12:43 AM

got a nice little bundle of joy in the mail.   galaga, telebunny, nibbli, and flapee.

 

Nice little surprise.  I was just wondering when we would get them and bam right there in the mail.



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Posted Tue Sep 16, 2014 8:11 AM

got a nice little bundle of joy in the mail.   galaga, telebunny, nibbli, and flapee.

Me too! It was a very nice surprise as there was no mention of them being shipped. Only had the time to play Flapee as I wanted to surprise my son... wish I had taken a picture of the look on his face when he saw this on the CV.

As has come to be expected, excellent job done by the team of CollectorVision! I can't wait to get home from work to play the other three games.

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Posted Wed Sep 17, 2014 1:34 PM

I sampled all of these games at the CollectorVision booth at CGE last weekend. These are phenomenal additions to the ColecoVision catalog, and not to be missed! 

 

I picked up Galaga, Telebunny, and Gamester81: The Video Game. 

 

I'm very happy with this MSX port of Galaga. Game play is incredible! Fast with almost no flicker at any point. Very true-to-arcade sounds. All packed into less than 32k ROM!

 

Telebunny: This was a great surprise to me, as I'd never heard it, and had no idea from whence it came. Telebunny is extremely challenging and fun! It's a whole new twist on Mouse Trap and Lady Bug, but with tons of originality that would've made for mega-fun in an arcade machine. Glad this was dug up!

 

And a long awaited second-run of Gamester81: The Video Game. Incredible work on this one. Lots of fun, and humorous inspiration from popular gaming and movie culture. So glad I picked these up, and you should too!



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Posted Thu Sep 18, 2014 10:32 AM

I sampled all of these games at the CollectorVision booth at CGE last weekend. These are phenomenal additions to the ColecoVision catalog, and not to be missed! 

 

I picked up Galaga, Telebunny, and Gamester81: The Video Game. 

 

I'm very happy with this MSX port of Galaga. Game play is incredible! Fast with almost no flicker at any point. Very true-to-arcade sounds. All packed into less than 32k ROM!

 

Telebunny: This was a great surprise to me, as I'd never heard it, and had no idea from whence it came. Telebunny is extremely challenging and fun! It's a whole new twist on Mouse Trap and Lady Bug, but with tons of originality that would've made for mega-fun in an arcade machine. Glad this was dug up!

 

And a long awaited second-run of Gamester81: The Video Game. Incredible work on this one. Lots of fun, and humorous inspiration from popular gaming and movie culture. So glad I picked these up, and you should too!

It was excellent meeting you this past weekend man! I'm glad you enjoy the games too. :)



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Posted Thu Sep 18, 2014 4:54 PM

J-F;

 

Can you check your PM please?

 

Thanks, Jim



#10 ten-four OFFLINE  

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Posted Sat Sep 20, 2014 10:35 AM

Hi J-F and Tobie.

 

My package arrived earlier today.

Thank you.

:)

 

But...

 

There is some minor things this time.

It seems like things this time is too hasty:

 

galaga-box.jpg

The Galaga box is printed in a very poor quality.

 

nibbli-label.jpg

The Nibbli label is not centered correcly to the cartridge.

 

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Flappy Bird has a small dent in the corner.



#11 retroillucid OFFLINE  

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Posted Sat Sep 20, 2014 6:32 PM

Hi J-F and Tobie.
 
My package arrived earlier today.
Thank you.
:)
 
But...
 
There is some minor things this time.
It seems like things this time is too hasty:
 
attachicon.gifgalaga-box.jpg
The Galaga box is printed in a very poor quality.
 
attachicon.gifnibbli-label.jpg
The Nibbli label is not centered correcly to the cartridge.
 
attachicon.gifflappy-box.jpg
Flappy Bird has a small dent in the corner.


I just notice the print quality of Galaga boxes
Man..... What happened here! :?
Not a big deal, but definetely not CollectorVision's standard
Well......

#12 coleco_master OFFLINE  

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Posted Sun Sep 21, 2014 2:36 PM

The poor box Quality on Galaga was my mistake, I didn't realize I send the low resolution file to the printing. :( Guess we all do mistake sometime. It won't happen again!

 

I wish I could derived them all myself to prevent damaged in the mail. Maybe Collectorvision will get is own plane one day :)



#13 coleco_master OFFLINE  

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Posted Sun Sep 21, 2014 2:38 PM

On another note, I'm very happy to see that some of you had received there games. Still many orders to be shipped. All orders that had colecovision games only were shipped!

 

The rest with INTV and Atari games should ship in a bout 2 weeks. Only waiting on the PCBs.  

 

Thank you All for your patience!!



#14 retroillucid OFFLINE  

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Posted Sun Sep 21, 2014 7:44 PM

?....Maybe Collectorvision will get is own plane one day :)


:lol: !!!!!!!! :lol:

#15 youki OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Sep 22, 2014 12:52 AM

That one ?

 

FarmanIII.jpg

 

 

:D



#16 Kosmic Stardust ONLINE  

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Posted Mon Sep 22, 2014 3:30 AM

That one ?

 

FarmanIII.jpg

 

 

:D

Er, no.

 

This is the only proper way to transport Colecovision games:

iPhone-5-Wallpaper-Space-Shuttle-06.jpg

 

:-o



#17 youki OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Sep 22, 2014 4:46 AM

No sure it is the safer...

 

But may be Collectorvision should do like Amazon.    Put in place a delivery process using Drones ! :)


Edited by youki, Mon Sep 22, 2014 4:46 AM.


#18 coleco_master OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Sep 22, 2014 5:54 AM

No sure it is the safer...

 

But may be Collectorvision should do like Amazon.    Put in place a delivery process using Drones ! :)

 

You know what... We were actually thinking about it :grin:



#19 SKELETOR68 OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Sep 22, 2014 10:19 AM

Why not use the Teleporter from Star Trek?

#20 retroillucid OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Sep 22, 2014 1:33 PM

You know what... We were actually thinking about it :grin:


:lol: too funny!

Hum, maybe a Delorean ......

#21 NIAD OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Sep 22, 2014 5:26 PM

:lol: too funny!

Hum, maybe a Delorean ......

I think the Star Trek teleporter would be faster and that way either you, Toby or Shatner could make the delivery and collect payment without having to get hit with PayPal fees.

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#22 Pixelboy OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Sep 22, 2014 5:32 PM

I think the Star Trek teleporter would be faster and that way either you, Toby or Shatner could make the delivery and collect payment without having to get hit with PayPal fees.


Electricity bill > Paypal fees. ;)

#23 NIAD OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Sep 22, 2014 6:03 PM

Electricity bill > Paypal fees. ;)

Get off the grid and go solar, hydro or wind and please don't argue about startup costs!!! ;)



#24 youki OFFLINE  

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Posted Tue Sep 23, 2014 12:54 AM

I think ideal  the solution  would be that Collectorvision propose their games to download in a 3d printer format !   ....   i think in a more or less near future it would be possible to recreate a working CIB cartridge with a 3d printer!

 

May be the R&D department of Collectorvision could work on that! :D



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Posted Thu Oct 11, 2018 7:21 PM

On another note, I'm very happy to see that some of you had received there games. Still many orders to be shipped. All orders that had colecovision games only were shipped!

 

The rest with INTV and Atari games should ship in a bout 2 weeks. Only waiting on the PCBs.  

 

Thank you All for your patience!!

 

Hi, I know this is an old topic but I'm new to collecting colecovision games and playing. These games look neat, where do I find them? 







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