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marvinnl

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About marvinnl

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  1. With just 1 day and 21 hours to go, the auction is still at €710,- and 500 views.
  2. We're now at €710,-, 450+ views and 34 followers!
  3. The auction ends in 4 days! eBay Auction -- Item Number: 281990017109 We are now at 400 views, 32 followers and one formal bid of €700,- (about US$800.-)
  4. Recently I got hold of a batch of Atari games from my uncle in the US, one of those turned out to be Atlantis II! That actually quite surprised me, such a rare game in such an unusual place. Anyway, I want the game to end up in the hands of a caring collector so I put it on eBay. This way everybody gets a fair chance to win the item. Click to go to the eBay ad eBay Auction -- Item Number: 281990017109 ! There are pictures showing the weight of the cart, bare PCB and the game plugged in an Atari. It was quite a hassle to convince the whiners ( ) over at the Atari 2600 section of AtariAge that this was real, you can read through the whole topic via this link.
  5. Allright, it's on eBay! I'll post this in the marketplace here as well, so everybody can get a fair chance to bid on it. Click here to go to eBay! Happy bidding! I secretly hope it ends up at somebody from here
  6. Thanks for all the kind words, lads, I really appreciate it. I'm working now on the photos for the eBay ad, chances are I put it on later today. The label went back on just fine BTW, no damage done. It really was as easy as heating up the cart and carefully pressing the label against the shell.
  7. Here you go! I've looked up some images of ceramic packages, those are a lot lighter grey and have a rougher texture. This clearly is black smooth plastic, although it is a bit hard to see on the photo because of the harsh flashlight light.
  8. Well... here it is! The moment you've all been waiting for... I've uploaded the video to my Google Drive, due to limited permissions (it seems) I cannot embed the video in a post, so click here to watch the video. So... OMG IT'S REAL High-res pictures of the PCB:
  9. Allright. I've done it. I've opened the cartridge. The label came off rather easy, no damage made I've filmed the whole process as well, all in one take. While I was at it, I've also shot some high-res photo's of the PCB.
  10. Today I've weighed the cartridge on the scale of a friend of mine, are these results typical for Atlantis II? The scale measured 53 grams one time, 54 grams the other, so the weight should be around 53.5 grams.
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