I am fascinated by the unknown or lost games that are found in screenshots in magazines, catalogs, etc.
Looking back to Post #126 on page 6 (sorry not learned enough to copy and paste), there were 5 screenshots on the HomeVision Repro Cart box. The first screenshot is Crazy Chicky for the CreatiVision. Not sure if that is an Atari version of
the game or if it is the CreatiVision version, but go to www.videogameconsolelibrary.com and check their screenshots for the CreatiVision console.
Since Locomotion and Stone Age are also for the CreatiVision and those were TechnoVision titles for the Atari, how does Crazy Chicky fit into this mix? and on the box of the Homevision Repro Cart?
Also, here is some text I found on the unreleased Homevision H.V.C. system:
Video Direct International Home Vision H.V.C. 2001 This game system looks somehow like a CreativeVision, but not exactly. They was a memory module with an alpha numeric keyboard (H.V.C. 2032) with a capacity of 32K RAM. Softwares like BASIC, music and educational games were supposed to came out with this. Was supposed to be released in France. Same maker for the Atari 2600 games "Home Vision". Was to be released end of 1983. Game List: ------------------------ * Falkland War (Ocean Battle) * Third Encounter (Missile War) * Cat and Rat (Cat Trax) * Base-Ball (same) * Space Mission (same) * Mars Attack (Space Raiders) * Up up and Away (Crazy Climber) * Othello (Capture) * Chess (Star Chess) * Alien Invaders (same)
My first post here, and I absolutely love all of the information that has been shared in this forum throughout the years.
Regards, Emulator 67