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Indrid Cold

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About Indrid Cold

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    Space Invader

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    The Dark Side Of The Moon
  • Interests
    OBE's, games, reading, I collect t-shirts and I'm a big film buff!
  • Currently Playing
    I've decided to forego this current gen of consoles due to an enormous backlog of games on various consoles from various generations. But I've rekindled my love for my Atari 5200!!!
  • Playing Next
    When the new consoles hit in 4 or 5 years, we'll see what's to be seen and go from there. :)

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  1. I imagine you'd have to have a NTSC TV, yes? Too bad it was not released in Europe, it was (and still is) a great system. People always bark about it's size, but I think it's a sexy looking system.
  2. Yeah, the carts are in good condition, I make sure of that when I'm purchasing them (mostly from eBay) so long as I can help it.
  3. I've got Montezuma's Revenge on the way, but Moon Patrol was a great arcade game. I'll check it out, thanks for the suggestion!
  4. Wonderful system, unlike any other on earth. It looks to be in pristine condition. I envy you!!! XD
  5. Good LORD dude, that is an AMAZING collection!!! DEMON ATTACK!!! That was one of my favorite games on the 2600!!! My brother, who was 4 years older than me, he loved it too, but he called it "Guano Attack"...lol. Haunted House, Yar's Revenge, Adventure, Custer's Revenge (sorry, that's a joke) and Asteroids round out the list of my fav's on the 2600. Great stuff dude!!!
  6. All of them work just fine. I had a "hiccup" with Mountain King that I had to replace, and the original cart purchased was refunded. I'm waiting for MONTEZUMA'S REVENGE to arrive, so that'll bring me up to 22 carts. I recently acquired DONKEY KONG for the 5200, and, as both a 5200 and a ColecoVision, the homebrew 5200 reigns supreme for a multitude of reasons and observations. Here is my original post when I joined this community. Lots of fun, and the condition of the 5200 that I got is more or less brand new (I lucked out on that one!!!) Additionally, I've been very, VERY CAREFUL to purchase carts, the trak-ball, and whatnot for this system that are in pristine condition. Look at the condition this 5200 is in (in the quoted thread below). I've never seen ONE 5200 that looks this good on eBay, Amazon, or if you want to sell your soul, HELL. It is a privilege to be a part of this community. While I've not been here in quite some time, I intend to stick around, and hope to make some good friends. Ok, so, I'll shut my trap and let you cats have a say.
  7. Not the best collection, but I'd say 2/3rds of that collection was mine when I owned this 5200 in the seventh grade. Feel free to comment.
  8. Oh wow, that's beautiful. Al, if you see this post, don't worry about the pics of the labels....
  9. Whoops, just saw this! Beautiful!!!
  10. Hi guys, I know that there are some great homebrew games in the AtariAge store (Adventure II, Pac-Man Arcade & Sinistar look mighty tempting), but I am looking especially for Donkey Kong & Millipede. Does anyone know where I can find these games? I've looked all over eBay but to no avail. Thank you in advance and look forward to your replies. Long live Atari! - IC
  11. Is the Atari 5200 homebrew version of Donkey Kong available anywhere?
  12. Ah, I see. Yup, sounds like your issue is the two carts, not the hardware as I suggested above. I was drinking when I made that post, so I digress. Good to hear that the rest of your collection works! - IC
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