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  1. I'm not sure I understand your issues with instruction manuals. I do agree with your Swordquest point but that entire games series has issues within itself. I don't think Ghost Manor wasn't really that convoluted... especially if you figured out the gameplay of Superman sans instructions.
  2. I had a hard time finding it bitd. K&B Toys was the resource for me finding the Xonox titles for the 2600 and Colecovision. I don't think I ever found one till Ebay came 'round...
  3. Ghost Manor is one of my personal favorites by Xonox. Unfortunately, for some reason, they never opted to do a Colecovision port.
  4. NO ending... just reach black belt and that's it.
  5. Seeing those brought back some nostalgia... I had all of them; I recall the "O" being a bitch to find in the stores - it was the one I really was chomping at the bit since it had Dragon Spirit. Pretty sure I ordered it through some store from Die Hard Game magazine. I didn't know about the Japan exclusive, and of course, it has the sequel to Dragon Spirit on there. My favorite Namco title is hands down Bosconian. I dropped sooo many quarters in that sucker bitd.
  6. While Batman didn't have a dedicated cab albeit I've been told there were a few prototypes in the smaller Tetris, Schuzz caberet cabs, the other big hurdle is Batman boardsets are quite rare (1k) and very expensive. I believe the last one on KLOV went for north of $400.
  7. It was the second version of the standee I remember...
  8. I'm not sure if this carries over the 5200 port...in the arcade version to achieve a really big score is to visit ALL the rooms and make the treasury a secondary option.
  9. Thanks Save... I feel a buck might be too much still lol
  10. That game was a kit, so you saw them in different style of cabs - I do recall that panel artwork. I played this one quite often at our Aladdin's Castle. They had it in one of those Aladdin style of cabs. Taito must have some deal with Taito at the time.
  11. I echo Tempest's statement... Someone mentioned these were $9.99 new? I thought they were $19.99 new??? I got ripped off even more! I recall K&B Toys was the place to get Mythicon games, I seem to remember they had some sort of shelf display advertising the games themselves.
  12. My buddy unearthed this from a recent move. This is the same one our local arcade had hanging above their 4-slot.
  13. I’m not sure on Atari’s 4x4… Bally’s BMX was supposed to be ET but couldn’t finalize the deal. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Thought I would update this... I did find the owner of this display Rom Hunter has on his Atarimania site. The owner is probably the most prolific collector of Indiana Jones merchandise and memorabilia. I did ask him a few questions on said piece. He mentioned that he acquired from a individual who resided in the U.K. He also stated the fellow worked at a gaming store in the '80s. I guess it's a cardboard shelf talker with Indy and the ark attached to create a quasi 3d effect. So at least we know the origin is from the U.K.
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