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  1. Seems like picture is OK, but cartridge is not being loaded correctly. Do you have any other game cartridge? If not, try to clean all contacts and review all PCB contacts of the cartridge connector.
  2. I thought joysticks were analog but I was wrong, so check this post, maybe it could help:
  3. Note that also German magazine Elektor published from Apr to Dec 1979 some articles and schematics explaining how to build and program a "TV Game Computer" that is quite similar to Interton/Radofin one, based on Signetics 2650A & 2636. Then, from Jan 1080 to Jul 1982 they published some other articles regarding this machine.
  4. https://retrobitch.wordpress.com/2016/11/30/radical-felines-when-harassment-becomes-a-game/ Just fear
  5. All sportsmen from Hyper Olympic (Track & Field) and Hyper Sports saga
  6. Welcome to Vectrex community, guys
  7. boulinha

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    Thank you so much. I was already an owner of a real cartridge, but I really appreciate your generosity.
  8. Thanks Derek for the info. I suspected this item was not never sold, I never found any one on markets.
  9. Finally I got one complete Hobby Module from Radofin!! It took me more than 10 years.... It was included in a lot with one 1292 console. Bid was high but... who cares!
  10. Hello Derek I will try to get some of the info requested. By the way, I was looking for some info about the DazRAM module #27 for the Voltmace Database and I found this in a scanned page of the ZX Computing magazine here (page 58): retro8bitcomputers.co.uk/Content/downloads/magazines/ZXcomputing/ZXComputing_Jun-Jul_1983.pdf and here: www.retro8bitcomputers.co.uk/Content/downloads/magazines/ZXcomputing/ZXComputing_Oct-Nov_1983.pdf on page 90: Do you know anything about this tool for the ZX81? It seems amazing! In your page https://sig2650.wordpress.com/about/it seems you were working on it.
  11. I have some cartridges for Radofin, Acetronic & Prinztronic, some of them (normally black boxes) have copyright 1980 in the instructions. And others (blue/red/orange boxes) use to have 1981 or 1982 copyright in both boxes and instructions
  12. By the way, I don't know if it could be more interesting for the scene to develop an Interton-to-Radofin cart adapter, more than a new adapter for the Rolo card. In the past there were a commercial adaptor from Voltmace to Radofin: http://www.geocities.ws/doubledragon0uk/voltmaceacetronicadapter.jpg This will assure almost full compatibilty into Interton family.
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