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I decided to get the Intellivision out of the garage because it's been cold and I wanted to see if it still worked okay. Right now on the floor of my room is a Saturn, a Channel F, a GameCube, a Dreamcast, 2 Atari 2600s (I need to put one away), a 7800, an Intellivision 2, and an N64. So about half of my collection. After multiple searches in the garage, I still can't find my Atari 800. I doubt I would have parted with it because I found the game cartridges for it. Needless to say, I will be putting some of those consoles back in the garage because I'm done with them for now.


After a horrible, 10-minute search for the INTV to VCR wire I needed, and then spending about 5 minutes untangling it from a web of wires, I plugged it in and turned it on. Yes, it still works. I seem to have lost my LTO Flash though, it is not in its usual place on my desk. With 94 games though and 5 homebrews I have 99 games (100 if you count the Flash, which is mysteriously MIA.)


UPDATE: I found my LTO Flash! It was on the floor in a place I had looked before. I swear some ghost picks up and moves stuff around when I'm not looking. I decided, and all that's left on the floor now is Channel F, Dreamcast, the 2 2600s, the INTV, and the N64.

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One thing I like about LTO Flash that it is using bright colors, orange, so it easier to see in the dark. 


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