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    FINDING items in a Chicago basement!
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  1. The chips were found on a standard Atari made 5200 board. The chips were read correctly and are in fact the correct size.
  2. At long last, here is the ROM of Ed Logg’s version of Millipede for the Famicom. There is no sound as that wasn’t started yet. Looks like all work on this stopped in July of 1986. Thanks to TheRedEye and his crew for assembling this game from the source code found on the backup tapes. milli.nes
  3. Yes, all versions of Gyruss were programmed by On-Time Software and released by Parker Brothers.
  4. Nope. Dumping the game has no bearing on it's value. REAL collectors want the real thing. If there is only ONE in existence it is still worth top dollar.
  5. Here are the ROM files. If someone can get it working that would be great. Deluxe Invaders HI.BIN Deluxe Invaders Hi-Mid.BIN Deluxe Invaders Lo-Mid.BIN Deluxe Invaders.bin
  6. I gave the code to some NES coders but I haven’t heard anything from them since.....
  7. No, it is not known who was working on it.
  8. Nope, found on a 5200 board in a 5200 case.
  9. Roklan was working on an official conversion back then. I found a prototype but I can’t get it to work.
  10. Of course it does! Roklan did contract work for Parker Brothers. They wrote several games for them.
  11. Here is the only version of Roklan's Gyruss that I was able to find. All of the released versions came from On-Time Software. Gyruss (Weber).XEX
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