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  1. New Jersey:


    Digital Press Store - 87 Piaget Ave (Route 45 E), Clifton, NJ 07011 - (973)-772-1111


    Swap - 712 US-1, Edison, NJ - (732)-572-5556


    Turnabout Inc - 93 Center Street, Garwood, NJ 07027 - (908)-789-2076


    We've Got Freakin' Video Games - 1700 Nottingham Way, Hamilton, NJ 08619 - (609)-910-4019


    There's a place in the Columbus Farmers Market indoors. I think his name is Lewis. Not sure what he has to do with it, but I've seen him working at the Freakin' Video Games store before.


    There's one place inside Englishtown Flea Market. Out of all the ones I've listed here, this one is the smallest. Very small. Almost not worth a trip. He sometimes gets in rarities from Japan, but newer stuff. PS2 and above usually.


    Add to NJ: Next Level Videogames - 1031 Little Gloucester Rd, Blackwood, NJ 08012 - (856)-401-0011 - http://nlvideogames.com/

  2. What I want most:


    -Indiana Jones and the Infernal machine for the N64. Either a loose box, or complete in box I would take. I mainly want a very good condition box.

    -Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask - near mint, complete in box




    What I have:


    -Bust-a-move for the NGPC. It's the rare US plastic clamshell case version instead of the cardboard box. I would like to trade that for either Zelda game for the N64 complete in box and in very good/near mint condition.


    -Sonic Adventure LE for DC in mint condition. It's complete with everything. I think this is only the second time I have ever used the word "mint" to describe the condition of something I was selling/trading.


    -Ikari Warriors 2600 - factory sealed, near mint condition

    -Crack'd - CGE Reproduction

    -Entity - CGE Reproduction

    -Looping - CGE Reproduction

    -Pokemon Center New York branded Gold GBA system


    I will probably only bring this stuff if someone expresses interest before I leave Thursday morning.

  3. Huge update, most items (everything below) pending local sale:

    Meltdown - cart only - $15

    Medieval Mayhem (homebrew) - cart & manual - $20

    Stacker (homebrew) - cart only - $25

    255-in-1 Sean Kelly Menu-driven Multicart - cart only - $75


    Boxed Complete Games:

    (Most of these are in very good shape, though some show more wear and have price stickers, etc. Inquire for specific conditions or more pictures)


    Alien - Complete in box - $25

    Fantastic Voyage - Boxed, missing manual - $12

    Title Match Pro Wrestling - Complete in box - $10

    Racquetball - Complete in box - $5

    32-in-1 (PAL) - Loose in Telegames box [PAL Exclusive] - $10

    Asteroids - New in box (minor water damage) - $3

    Dark Chambers - Factory sealed - $10

    Desert Falcon - Complete in box - $10

    Fatal Run (PAL) - Factory Sealed [PAL Exclusive game] - $15

    Flag Capture - New in box (minor water damage) - $3

    Gravitar - Factory sealed - $10

    Missile Command - New in box (minor water damage) - $1

    Missile Command - Complete in box (minor crushing) - $1

    Othello - New in box (minor water damage) - $2

    Taz - Factory sealed - $15

    Xenophobe (PAL) - Complete in box (minor crushing) - $10

    London Blitz - Complete in box - $35

    Open, Sesame! - Sesam, Öffne Dich (PAL) - Complete in box - $5

    Journey Escape - Complete in box - $6

    Winter Games - Complete in box - $5

    My Golf (PAL) - Complete in box [PAL Exclusive game] - $10

    Star Voyager - Factory sealed (minor crushing) - $5

    Burgertime - Factory sealed - $12

    Kool-Aid Man - Complete in box (some crushing) - $12

    Super Challenge Baseball - Factory sealed - $3

    Strawberry Shortcake - Factory Sealed - $7

    Treasure Discovery - Kampf um die Schatzinsel (PAL) - Complete in box [PAL Exclusive game] - $12

    Pick & Pile (PAL) - Complete in box [PAL Exclusive game] - $6

    Baseball - Boxed (no manual) - moderate wear - $2

    Tank-Plus - Complete in box, gatefold - $3

    Star Trek - New in box - $25

    China Syndrome - Complete in box - $20

    Communist Mutants From Space - Factory sealed - $15

    Bump 'n Jump - Complete in box (Telegames) - $10

    Glacier Patrol (PAL) - Complete in box - $10

    Quest for Quintana Roo - Complete in box (Telegames) - $10

    Universal Chaos (PAL) - Complete in box - $15

    Cosmic Creeps - Complete in box (color standard) - $10

    Commando Raid - Complete in box - $4

    Space Jockey - Complete in box - $4

    Word Zapper - Complete in box - $4



  4. Shipping not included in the prices, I will only charge actually shipping as charged by USPS. Minimum purchase of $15 please. Paypal preferred, USPS money order also accepted.


    Please ask if you have any questions. See here for what I would be interested in trading for. (mainly the bolded items)




    These loose carts are in very good to near mint condition:


    Cracke'd - CGE reproduction w/ box & manual - $40

    Entity - CGE reproduction w/ box & manual - $40

    Looping - CGE reproduction w/ box & manual - $40


    Swordquest Waterworld - cart only - $65

    Crazy Climber - cart only - $65

    Berenstain Bears - factory sealed - $175




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    Here are my more common loose carts I am getting rid of:


    All carts below with no price are $1


    Sears Text Label:

    3D Tic Tac Toe - $3

    Adventure - $2

    Arcade Pinball




    Bowling - $2

    Breakaway IV

    Canyon Bomber - $2

    Capture - $2



    Dare Diver - $6



    Math - $3


    Maze Mania - $2

    Memory Match - $4

    Missile Command (no end label)

    Night Driver PENDING

    Poker Plus - $3

    Pong Sports - $2


    Slots - $2


    Space Combat

    Space Invaders

    Speedway II

    Spelling - $3

    Super Breakout

    Superman - $4

    Target Fun

    Target Fun



    Sears Picture Label:

    Arcade Pinball - $5


    Breakaway IV - $2



    Demons to Diamonds - $2

    Dodger Cars - $8

    Haunted House - $3

    Outer Space


    Space Invaders

    Speedway II

    Star Raiders

    Yar's Revenge


    Atari Text Label:

    "11" Indy 500

    "21" Video Olympics




    Canyon Bomber







    Indy 500

    Maze Craze

    Night Driver


    Sky Diver

    Space Invaders

    Street Racer


    Video Chess



    Breakout [Yellow label] - $4

    Code Breaker [Picture label] (no end label)

    Space Invaders [Red label] - $3

    Mario Bros [silver label] (Atari Corp, I think?) - $2


    Atlantis [Text label]

    Demon Attack [Text label]

    Star Voyager [Text label]

    Trick Shot [Text label]


    Fast Food - $3

    Space Cavern (sticker on cart back, fair/poor condition)

    Ice Hockey (Taiwan Cooper, I think?)


    Winter Games [7800] - $3



  5. I'm moving into a new apartment and need to make space.


    I will charge actual cost for shipping. Paypal gift preferred, but not required.


    2600 Games: (prices are what I paid, or less)


    Cracke'd - CGE Reproduction w/ box & manual - $40

    Entity - CGE Reproduction w/ box & manual - $40

    Looping - CGE Reproduction w/ box & manual - $40

    Meltdown - Reproduction - Cart only - $15

    Medieval Mayhem (Homebrew) - Cart & Manual - $20

    Stacker (Homebrew) - Cart only - $25

    255-in-1 Sean Kelly Menu-driven Multicart - Cart only - $75

  6. Are the NTSC Rom's available for any of the following games?


    3-D Ghost Attack

    9 to 5



    Birthday Mania

    Bouncin' Baby Bunnies

    Elf Dash


    E.T. Book Cart

    Good Luck, Charlie Brown

    Grandma’s Revenge

    Hoover Dam - The Levee Game

    I Project

    In Search of the Golden Skull

    Keystone Kapers II


    Last Ninja


    Mark of the Mole

    Mean Santa

    Mission Omega

    Monkey Music Maker



    Ninja Fighter

    Pancake Boy

    Pink Panther

    Prehistoric Times


    Red Sea Crossing

    Sharp Shot

    Shield Shifter

    Six Pack


    Snow Plow


    Street Sports Basketball

    The Day the Earth Stood Still

    The Last Ninja

    Tossing Cookies

    Tough Enough





    I would appreciate any help in finding these.

    Thank You


    Actionauts was mentioned previously in this thread.

    Stacker has a thread in the Homebrew forums with some WIP ROM's. I'm sure one is close to the final version, or the final version is actually there.

  7. After FINALLY buying a copy of Jawbreaker on eBay for less than $13, I was looking at the other R5 games I want including Bank Heist, I Want My Mommy, Crash Dive, etc. All (loose) were around $20. Are these people really that stupid or are they really worth that much? If so, it doesn't look like I'll be getting every R5 game any time in the near future...



    If you are patient, you can definitely get those that you mentioned for under $20.

  8. I would buy a 7800 cart from you on day one. Actually, I would buy any SD capable cartridge for any system. The Harmony cart is just *that* good, that I would want that experience on the other systems. And if you can pull it off on the 2600, I think you can do it on pretty much anything.


    While the coleco and 5200 carts do exists, they require software to load ROMS. It can be a pain, especially for those without the right type of operating system. While I understand you don't want to step on anyone's toes, SD capable 5200 and Coleco carts would be amazing.


    What I would really like to see is an Atari 8-bit cart that can run all cartridge ROMs off of an SD card. Atarimax has something new for the 8-bit as well, but it seemed like a big hassle to flash, and it was fairly limited in space.

  9. This is an Xbox 360 Live Arcade game that was released last summer. Besides the fact it's a very fun game, what really caught my attention was the simplicity of the controls. Left and Right for movement and a single button to explode - only three buttons in total.


    It's easier for me to link you to a video than to try to properly describe the gameplay:


    There would need to be moving platforms, explosive barrels, turrets, switches and scientists to stay true to the original. Looking at the gameplay video, do you think this game is reasonably possible to program for the 2600?

  10. Here is my personal list, it's probably missing a few games.



    Fatal Run Atari

    Klax Atari

    Bobby is Going Home Bit Corporation

    Mission 3,000 A.D. Bit Corporation

    Mr. Postman Bit Corporation

    Snail Against Squirrel Bit Corporation

    Mazy Match ("Unknown Datatech Game 2") Datatech

    Astrowar Dimax

    Challenge Funivision

    Inca Gold Funivision

    Time Warp Funivision

    My Golf HES

    Asteroid Fire Home Vision

    Base Attack Home Vision

    Frisco Home Vision

    Go Go Home Monster (No cartridge exists) Home Vision

    Lily Adventure Home Vision

    Panda Chase Home Vision

    Parachute Home Vision

    Racing Car Home Vision

    Ski Hunt Home Vision

    Sky Alien Home Vision

    Topy Home Vision

    Wall Break Home Vision

    World End Home Vision

    X'Mission Home Vision

    Wing War Imagic

    Dancing Plate Puzzy

    Open Sesame Puzzy

    Phantom Tank Puzzy

    Sea Monster Puzzy

    Space Tunnel Puzzy

    Acid Drop Salu

    Ghostbusters II Salu

    Pick & Pile Salu

    Dice Puzzle Sancho

    Exocet Sancho

    Forest Sancho

    Nightmare Sancho

    Seahawk Sancho

    Skindiver Sancho

    Dragon Defender Suntek

    Motocross Suntek

    Ski Run Suntek

    Nuts Technovision

    Pharaoh's Curse Technovision

    Save Our Ship Technovision

    Missile Control Video Gems

    Mission Survive Video Gems

    Steeple Chase Video Gems

    Surfer's Paradise: But Danger Below! Video Gems

    Treasure Below Video Gems

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