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  1. A bit late on the post but if you are free, come check it out and meet Johhny Cage! Saturday, May 18th 2019 from 11:00 AM to 8:00 PM Highlander Event Center: 90 Alexandria Pike, Fort Thomas, KY 41075 Adults: $10.00 – Kids 12 and Under: Free! --> https://cinciclassic.net
  2. I would like to buy one of these multicast if you make more. Thanks!
  3. I have a Telegames USA NTSC Night Stalker. I can't remember the box color. I've never seen one quite like it.
  4. I have a JAP AES console with the multiBIOS installed. Any interest in that?
  5. If my Joust upright does not sell by showtime, I will be bringing it for people to play for free.
  6. MattG/Snyper2099

    CORGS?

    Bump for the show tomorrow morning!
  7. MattG/Snyper2099

    CORGS?

    Just a bump for the show THIS SATURDAY from 10AM to 6PM. I will have a restored Joust arcade game for sale at the show.
  8. MattG/Snyper2099

    CORGS?

    I will be there with my friend Chuck from Cleveland. It was good last year and this year has now officially sold out all tables.
  9. It may be a real Pac Man proto but would need to see the top of the label and the inside of that cart to confirm. In any case, that Sears VIdeo Arcade II is NOT a proto system and if the Pac Man is in fact a proto, I don't see it being worth more than $150.
  10. I'm looking for information on burning a EPROMS to work on an actual TI99 system... Most roms are not 8K but need to be 8K to work with the multicart projects I have found on the web. I don't understand why almost all .BIN files I see are some strange file sizes like 12K, or 7K... My first question is, why are all the sizes for game binaries so strange? Sholdn't they all be a multiple of 2K/4K/8K/ect.? For example, I have 3 roms images: Bonkers.bin(6K), Brain.bin(5K), and Camelot.bin(11K) that I want to burn to an EPROM and play on an actual TI99. Is this just not possible? My 2nd question is: What steps do you take to use these 5K or 7K files to create an 8K file to work with the 64/128/512 multicart projects? I have a good understanding of the Atari 2600 bankswitching and burning of ROMS/EPROMS challenges but, that same knowledge does not seem to translate well to the TI99. What am I not understanding here?
  11. Where did the vintage Sears price sticker come from then? It's not a reshrink... Gawd.
  12. I would glady buy one for that price. I haven't seen one sell on ebay in the last 3 months. I'm not in a hurry to sell anything and my asking price reflects that. I am open to trades as well. If someone wants to trade me a complete T&F, I'm all ears. When 3 years go bye and not one selaed MontRev's surfaces maybe the waters will change.
  13. Yes, it is the same one. Also, you are wrong. It is mint, there is no mold or edge wear or corner wear at all. There is nothing that you describe. The pictures simply comtain reflections and that is liekly what you see as "wear".
  14. Have no idea what wear you are talking about... The game is mint, the shrink is mint. It is in untouched, flawless condition. I guess you should keep your eyes open for a cheaper sealed Montezuma's Revenge then. I bought the one you are referring to that was listed at $180 elsewhere because the game was also listed for sale on other sites and forums. The auction was ended early and re-listed 2 more times by the person I bought the game from on accident. Those auctions were all only up for about 90 seconds each time. That is why those items "did not sell", I bought the item. If you have been collecting Atari 2600 games for any length of time, you should know that this game is worth more than $180. The last one that sold on ebay ended at $245 and the condition was not as nice as the one I am offering. Guides are just a guideline and do not always indicate the actual value. How much is a nice Track and Field box worth? I will give you a hint; it's worth 10 times what a loose cart is worth but most "guides" list it as $40 complete in box. If I could find 5 CIB Track and fields for $40 each, I would buy all 5 of them in a second and resell then for $200-$300 each. A nice sealed Montezuma's Revenge is worth more than $245 to me and it is listed as such. I have only seen a few others ever for sale (more than 5 years ago) and the asking price was at least $300 in each case.
  15. I realize I could have possibly gotten more but honstly, I am not a CV collector, the box was beat up, and I am happy to help out another collector. I was offered $200 just for the cart so I knew that the box was worth at least that much.
  16. I have listed a couple rare items on Gamegavel.com and ebay.com A complete copy of Chuck Norris Superkicks / Artillery Duel for Colecovision. A sealed copy of Montezuma's Revenge for Atari 2600. I certainly prefer gamegavel.com if you choose to submit an offer. Thanks, Matt http://rover.ebay.co...=p2047675.l2562
  17. He likely meant costing .25/.50 cents per game in an arcade. The amount I calculate is (.25+.50+.75)/3. It would take approximately 60 games at .50 cents per game to "pay for your entry to the show" using coin drop arcade equivalent values.
  18. I thought that the quality of ARCADE uprights was very good this year with only a few going down... But there were fewer upright arcade machines overall. Also, the QUANTITY of pinball machines was up quite a bit. A very well organized show this year and I will be going back for sure and for certain.
  19. I will be at the show in the main vendor room with the usual load of classics. I went last year and I am confident it was the best show I have ever attended. Hopefully this year is even better.
  20. I will be there with pins and console games for sale.
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