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#1 Mot OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Apr 9, 2015 3:50 PM

I have these two NEC TREK games for the "NEC Personal Computer PC 6000"

 

I only find a few sites on the internet about these and no one has pictures on them.

 

Guys please post what you think I should do with these

 

 

 

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#2 JamesD OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Apr 9, 2015 6:01 PM

Sell them to me? :)
I actually have a machine those will work on.



#3 Mot OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Apr 9, 2015 6:52 PM

Mr SQL, on 09 Apr 2015 - 5:01 PM, said:

Hi Mot,

I have a NEC ultralight 286V laptop with a 20 mb harddrive from bitd 1992, but that is the extent of my NEC technology - the game system you have sounds cool! Never heard of a NEC PC with carts, perhaps it was like the PC Jr from the 80's - that PC had carts too. 

 

Cheers,

 

  - Tom

Thank you.

:) I think you are right! PC Jr nick name the peanut is about what it was.

 

I'm sooooo old that we had some of these in the computer lab (Pima Community collage in Tucson) and they had infra-red keyboards and one day I turned on two of them and sat back with one keyboard and operated both!



#4 Mot OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Apr 9, 2015 7:10 PM

Sell them to me? :)
I actually have a machine those will work on.

 

I don't know if I can part with these extremely priceless heirlooms  :)

 

I just found one here at AtariAge: 

Kitsune Sniper Sold one: NEC TREK Canyon Climber ebay  for ~$25

 

Well let me know what you think is a fare price.



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Posted Thu Apr 9, 2015 10:34 PM

 

I don't know if I can part with these extremely priceless heirlooms   :)

 

I just found one here at AtariAge: 

Kitsune Sniper Sold one: NEC TREK Canyon Climber ebay  for ~$25

 

Well let me know what you think is a fare price.

:-o 
Wow, the price has gone up since I bought a boxed Shamus.
I'll PM you an offer



#6 Bill Loguidice OFFLINE  

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Posted Fri Apr 10, 2015 8:52 AM

For what it's worth I have a few NEC PC-6000/Trek-class systems and a handful of cartridges, including:

Canyon Climber

Electric Pencil
Meteor Evader
Pillbox (aka: Color Tochika - Pill Box)
The Curse of Crowley Manor
Tumble Bugs (Tumble-Bugs)
 
It's definitely an interesting platform, but one only for hardcore platform collectors. I believe I found all of my stuff on eBay over the course of a few years, but it's hardly a regular sighting.


#7 ColorComputerStore OFFLINE  

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Posted Sun Nov 5, 2017 7:52 PM

I have three NEC PC6001 (Japanese version of the Trek). Any fans still active here?



#8 JamesD OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Nov 6, 2017 12:51 PM

I'm not sure I rate as fan level, but it's one of the systems I plan on keeping around and doing some programming for.
If I could just find scans of the manuals... mine got torched.



#9 ColorComputerStore OFFLINE  

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Posted Wed Nov 8, 2017 11:26 AM

Can somebody post some pictures of TumbleBugs? And if you have the ROM, would love a copy. I was chatting with the original programmer of the game (came from TRS80 CoCo world).

 

Thanks!






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