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  1. PS: there's also Clockmeister's version here: http://www.users.on.net/~clockmeister/CV/index.htm
  2. Hello, I'm the author of that multicart. It's long-time sold out, but I still have copy n. 1 to sell. Not sure when I'm selling it anyway. By the way, if you join the CreatiVEmu forum, you'll see that there's an Italian guy who has recently manufactured a "replica", and I know that he's selling it for cheap. You should better join the forum and send a message to that guy. This is the thread: http://www.madrigaldesign.it/forum/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=146
  3. Please prior to sending me any pictures, send me an email. I will then reply and include a "how-to" and a couple of nice pictures I shot/I got from contributors, which you can use as "examples". I dont want you to waste your time taking pics which I won't be able to use. As for the code, if your box is complete, it's printed on one of the internal flaps. This is typical for every item printed at VTech's. Thanks
  4. Wonderful report and wonderful pictures indeed! About the typo: the hardware was manufactured bh VTech in Hong Kong, they probably hired some French translator and they didn't care much of the typos. Similar typos you will find in many VTech products. :-) Would you kindly tell me which code is printed on one of the inner flaps of the tape deck box? Should be in the form 90-xxxx-yy. And which "copyright" year is printed on that box? 1984? I mean the box of the DR-30. Lastly, I would make great use of your pictures of the "DR-10" tape deck as well as a picture of the power supply (if it's specifically made for that tape deck). Would you kindly send me an email to lucantignano AT gmail DOT com, so I will tell you which sort of pic I would need. Your pic will be published on the CreatiVEmu website.
  5. it would be great to get information and pics on every variant of the laser 100/200 series. i am interested in getting the "codes" printed on the last page of every manual, and inside of the box (flaps). they help me understand the timeline of vtech's releases, which is helpful for my creativision project
  6. AYEEEEEEE!!! What the hell is that magazine?!?!?!?!? I absolutely need to have full scans of that magazine. I am part of 2 projects: - CreatiVEmu, the website devoted to CreatiVision and Laser 2001 - Retroedicola, collecting gigabytes of scans of Italian computer magazines from the 80's. I have never heard of that magazine series, I really had no idea that VTech published magazines here in Italy. And I read "year 1 - issue 6", so they even published no less than 6 issues wow!!! I'm also the lucky owner of a FD100A floppy disk drive, unfortunately it lacks manuals, so the article printed on the magazine would be of great help to me. I'm now sending you a PM, so we may arrange for some scans eventually.
  7. I just put my Nintendo game & watch handheld games on Ebay at fixed prices. I will put more games on Ebay in a few days. Discount available if you want to buy off Ebay. Send me PM if you're interested. URL: http://www.ebay.com/sch/lucantignano_it/m.html
  8. List is up to date. Something sold, something new on sale. Contact me for prices list, etc.
  9. Hi Multicart is on auction right now, as well as the Diagnosticart in a single auction, with included prototyping stuff, etc. Link: http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?ff3=4&pub=5574883395&toolid=10001&campid=5336500554&customid=&mpre=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fitm%2F141174653854
  10. Hello, finally, after a 5-years waiting time, I decided to put the following items on a special one-time auction: - Multicart n. 100 (out of 100 released) - Diagnosticart n. 40 (out of 40 released) - prototype pack incl. print proofs, unused stuff, prototype casing, promo stuff etc. Auction at 99 US$ + shipping fees as listed. URL: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=141174653854 Happy bidding!
  11. A disassembler... hmmm no I don't think there's a specific one for CreatiVision. I presume a normal 6502 disassembler would do the job, doesn't it?
  12. The CreatiVision version has random mazes.
  13. @Omega: wow! Do you think the source has anything to do with the CreatiVision release, which could be found on ROM format here: http://www.madrigaldesign.it/creativemu/roms.php Screenshot here:
  14. Thanks for the info staberinde. I already visited Atarimania, found the information and played the games. But I still miss information and detailed pictures/scans of boxes and manuals, as well as the codes printed on pcb, game box, manual, etc.
  15. No boxes of Stone Age for CreatiVision surfaced yet. A friend of mine knows a guy who owns the boxed game, but never sent me the pictures so far. How sad.
  16. Who owns the original boxed games? I would love to swap information with him!
  17. PS: anyone knows who's the owner of "The Atari VCS 2600 PAL project" database, and would put me into contact with him? The database shows pictures of the game boxes, manuals and cartridges. Maybe they would help me by sending information.
  18. Hello, I was pointed here by a dear friend who's watching this incredible thread. Incredible to me, because I'm very much involved in CreatiVision, being the webmaster of the CreatiVEmu website (http://www.madrigaldesign.it/creativemu) and having recently bought CreatiVision games sealed in Technovision shipper boxes (!). I replied to an old thread here, so I please you to also read my impressions and request/offer for information: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/219852-technovision-ntsc-roms-manuals/ About Stone Age: it was *officially* released. I own the Finnish version of the cartridge. Sadly, it's loose. And in the past I had the CreatiVision cart here, for dumping purpose (the picture above comes from my website). But a Finnish friend of mine knows a guy who claims to own a complete collection of boxed games, including Stone Age. I'm still waiting to get pictures of the game box. Didn't get them yet Please feel free to contact me anytime to swap information on this matter!
  19. Guys, I'm the webmaster of the main resource for the CreatiVision, the console made by VTech (aka Video Technology and VTL), that's the manufacturer of Technovision games. I recently came to know about the connection between Technovision and VTech. A few days ago I bought CreatiVision boxed games still sealed in shipper boxes, reading "Technovision" on them. From further investigation here on the Atariage forum, I noticed that Technovision game boxes have the same size as CreatiVision game boxes, as well as manuals. And they even share the same "Instructions in German" sticker on the boxes for German releases. Impressive! I'm willing to share all the information in my possession with you. What I really need is pictures and information such as codes printed on manuals, boxes, cartridge PCB's, etc., scans of promo flyers, etc... I have a quite detailed database of VTech releases, but many items are still missing. Let's join our efforts to solve the puzzle of Technovision and VTech releases. Please contact me via PM or via my website: http://www.madrigaldesign.it/creativemu/
  20. Holy crap! I've been into Atariage forum for years but never came to know about the connection between Technovision and Video Technology Ltd (aka VTech or VTL). I'm the webmaster of the main website devoted to CreatiVision, the gaming console manufactured by VTech in 1981-1984: http://www.madrigaldesign.it/creativemu/ I recently got sealed "shipper boxes" with CreatiVision games on cartridge. A few shipper boxes read "Technovision" printed on them, partially erased with a black marker. I have never seen any Technovision game box or instructions manual for real, so I *PLEASE* anyone who owns boxed games, or even loose games, or simply manuals, to contact me and share information with me. I am 99% sure that every Technovision game box has the same "codes" which are also printed on CreatiVision games boxes. A code 90-xxxx-yy is always printed on one of the internal flaps of the box. Same for manuals. A code 91-xxxx-yy is printed on the last page of manual. About the games: - Locomotive does exist for CreatiVision. Probably it was planned for release on the VCS, but never got completed. - Stone Age was originally announced as Barbarian. It was released for CreatiVision in late 1983/early 1984. - Pharaoh's Curse was also originally announced for release for CreatiVision in early 1984, but from my knowledge, it was never actually released. - Other announced games were: Othello (aka Reversi) and Boat Chase. Please contact me via PM or the CreatiVEmu website to share information! I will send you pics of my shipper boxes, or we can eventually trade them. PS: anyone has Technovision flyers or catalogues to scan?
  21. List is up to date. 2 boxed Nintendo G&W + 1 boxed Tomy Tron sold.
  22. List is up to date. three games from the "tri-screen" series sold.
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