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About daniel.inforede

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  • Birthday 04/18/1971

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    Daniel Medina
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    Pelotas - RS | Brazil
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    Right now I see that collecting is just a detail of a great discovery! But if this is not real? Actually if it's a dream? Please don't wake me up!

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  1. Wow, I'm looking at the 7800 variations list and the work is getting amazing, congratulations! Daniel
  2. COLLABORATIVE WORK IN AUGUST ======================== The research project is paused, I'm currently collaborating on updating the Atari 7800 variations list (managed by @Philflound). For those who want to participate, just access the topic link: atariage.com/forums/topic/322222-atari-7800-label-variations-list. I will resume the Atariopenbox project after completing the 7800 list! Thanks.
  3. The company Canal 3, initially founded as Atari Eletrônica, was a pioneer in producing Atari cartridges in Brazil.
  4. Very cool, label with Activision logo and cartridge model similar to Parker Brothers.
  5. Bass Guitar, could you share screenshots of your Demon Attack Intellivision?
  6. Excellent, let's discard Brazil then, so far we have no incidence of this cartridge model!
  7. That was my line of reasoning, why invest in a unique label and mold to ship a common game? Why haven't we seen other games with this cartridge model? And in which regions were they sold? I suspect it may have been marketed in countries that would have no problems with copyrights or licenses for sale.
  8. I consulted Rom Hunter (Atarimania) before making this post and also I had already done this verification on the Brazilian label that does not match. Imagic Brazil
  9. A collector a few days ago asked me if I had ever seen a cartridge with an Imagic shape and label, containing a Pac-man inside. After some queries I got no results. I decided to bring this topic to the Forum. I await opinions and information;
  10. Great news, congratulations, count 100 percent with me! His working technique is infallible and will add a lot to the collectors of the Atari 7800. I think it would be important to start collecting REV, PSN and information about the printing industry at the very beginning, this can help to clear up a lot of doubts in the course of the work. Regards Daniel
  11. 500 VERSIONS! =========== We've reached the milestone of 500 added versions and 270 validated box versions! I will be on recess in July, it will be a good time to polish the structure of the site and of the research. THERE IS NEW IN THE RETURN OF WORK: ============================ In August, I would like to present the new content modeling on the website, among the inclusions will be the manufacturing date and the box opening format. See you soon!
  12. Game: Phoenix Industry: Atari Corp. Box version: International (6 languages) Cartridge Label: Gray Edition: ©1985 Video format: NTSC
  13. Oh yeah Hunter, I'll confirm the video format, so I post the photos and info for this version.
  14. VALIDATION MARATHON! ================= June arrived with the biggest increment of information in the research project. We validated 40 existing versions and 02 new versions were added. The participation of some collectors was fundamental, special thanks to the @groundtrooper. In this post I highlight the international version of the Phoenix game © 1985. See the full listing below: Added versions: Basketball: CA400076 (Box Red 5L | CORP) Desert Falcon: CA400076 (Box Red 5L | CORP) Validated versions: Home Run: G-C014060 (Same Color W. Box | INC) Combat: C016972 (International 5L | INC) Indy 500: C016972 (International 5L | INC) Casino: C016972 (International 5L | INC) Berzerk: C016972 (International 5L | INC) Yars Revenge: C016972 (International 5L | INC) Asteroids: C016972 (International 5L | INC) Video Pinball: C016972 (International 5L | INC) Warlords: C016972 (International 5L | INC) Asteroids: C017039 v.1 (© Outside Warranty Box | INC) -> C014060 | C011822 (Standard Flap) Golf: G-C017039 v.1 (© Outside Warranty Box | INC) Superman: G-C017039 v.1 (© Outside Warranty Box | INC) Circus Atari: G-C017039 v.2 (© Inside Warranty Box | INC) Adventure: G-C017039 v.2 (© Inside Warranty Box | INC) Indy 500: G-C017039 v.2 (© Inside Warranty Box | INC) Dodge ´Em: G-C017039 v.3 (Ninety Day | INC) Street Racer: G-C017039 v.3 (Ninety Day | INC) Surround: G-C017039 v.3 (Ninety Day | INC) Breakout: G-C017039 v.3 (Ninety Day | INC) Star Ship: G-C017039 v.4 (Late Edition | INC) Pole Position: G-C019743 (Silver | Inc) Pengo: G-C019743 (Silver | Inc) Big Bird's Egg Catch: G-C019743 (Children | INC) Cookie Monster Munch: G-C019743 (Children | INC) Galaxian: C019785 (Silver International 6L | INC) Kangaroo: C019785 (Silver International 6L | INC) Phoenix: C019785 (Silver International 6L | INC) Swordquest Earthworld: C019785 (Silver International 6L | INC) Swordquest Fireworld: C019785 (Silver International 6L | INC) Battlezone: C019785 (Silver International 6L | INC) Midnight Magic: CA019739 (Box Red | CORP) Dark Chambers: CA400076 (Box Red | CORP) Battlezone: CA400076 (Box Red 5L | CORP) RealSports Soccer: CA400076 (Box Red 5L | CORP) Mario Bros.: CA400076 (Box Red 5L | CORP) Air-Sea Battle: CA019744 (Black | CORP) ©1986 Stargate: CA019744 (Gray 1L | CORP) ©1985 Galaxian: CA019744 (Gray International 6L | CORP) ©1987 | ©1988 Phoenix: CA019744 (Gray International 6L | CORP) ©1985 Validated NTSC format: Casino: C016972 (International 5L | INC) Joust: C019785 (Silver International 6L | INC) Attached images of the Phoenix game, international version, ©1985 | Atari Corp. ===================================================== I hope you enjoy it, good weekend everyone.
  15. Participate in the ATARIOPENBOX research project, your help will be important to identify all versions of the Atari game boxes!
    Atariopenbox seeks to validate the existence of versions through catalog, industry records and printing dates found in the graphic material. See the project: https://atariage.com/forums/topic/311989-project-reconstruction-research-of-the-atari-2600-game-series

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