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  1. I had a boxed keyboard component that I don't think is one of the units mentioned above. I picked it up from an ex Mattel employee in the early 2000s. I sold it about 10 yrs ago to a prominent (non-Intellivision) collector. I'm pretty sure he still has it (he doesn't sell anything). This guy has a LOT of videogame stuff and even he was pretty psyched to get the KC, it was one of THE grails among holy grails
  2. I'm selling a group of 7 ROM variant cartridges, if anyone's interested: https://www.ebay.com/itm/254017808295 I had these squirreled away in a drawer for years. Never got around to checking them until recently. None of these are undiscovered, but some may or may not be hard to find in cartridge form. Offered for the die-hard ROM variant collector Equivalent Reference Set Filename CRC32 checksum LTO Flash Display Name Description AUTORACE.BIN B35C1101 Auto Racing (Real Steering) White label; realistic steering variant BasketEZ.BIN 518979C9 NBA Basketball White label; “easy play” variant BKSTBALL.BIN 81E7FB8C NBA Basketball Blue logo label with heavy ROM shell; standard play variant SuperProFootball-TimingBug-Bsr.BIN 32076E9D Super Pro Football Timing bug variant Checkers-Sound2.BIN 243807E2 Checkers (First Release) Buggy version w/ shorter razzz sound (i.e. not version on Intellivision Lives) unknown E00D1399 Lock ‘n’ Chase (6K (variant)) Variant of 6K version (not “LockNChase_2.bin” or “LockNChase-6K.bin”) LasVegasPokerAndBlackjack-1979.BIN 604611C0 Las Vegas Poker & Blackjack (1979) 1979 copyright variant
  3. [ebay]264070363805[/ebay] I acquired an AtariMax 1mb Flash Cartridge that I don't need. It's new/unused. Hoping to land it in the hands of a dedicated user here.
  4. https://www.ebay.com/itm/264070363805 I acquired an AtariMax 1mb Flash Cartridge that I don't need. It's new/unused. Hoping to land it in the hands of a dedicated user here.
  5. DEI, anyone? http://www.ucolick.org/~sla/dei/
  6. The Atari name has had a troubled corporate history over the past 25 years and if you follow the trade press you'll know that the "Atari" entity is currently the US division of Infogrames. Recently Infogrames decided to buy out the remaining public shareholders of Atari and make it fully private. A pretty boring development in a long-running saga...except for a sly shout-out from a member of the deal team. The shell company that Infogrames is using to merge Atari into its fold? Irata Acquisition Corp. M.U.L.E., anyone?
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