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About ricardopiazzoliparente

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  • Birthday 06/22/1981

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  1. This album features photos of some rare games from my private collection
  2. Hello my friend ... This game is not from CCE. CCE is a Brazilian company and made games for Atari, CCE's Dancing Plate is different. This photo that you posted should be Taiwan.
  3. Thanks for the reply, my friend, I redo the post again because I have 2 doubts, in the last post I believe no one knew or had no interest in helping me. the Funvision Karate cartridge is not on the rarities guide, only Ultravision Karate. My intention is to know if there is a way for Atariage to put the Funvision in the rarities guide and to whom should I ask for it? I would also like to know how many of these cartridges are globally known? hugs
  4. Good afternoon friends. Does anyone have information on NTSC Funvision karete cartridges? I have read a few posts from 2007 and 2010 that these cartridges are termed Unbelievably Rare. Thank´s
  5. On a business trip to Peru, I found an advertisement on the internet of a gentleman selling a Nintendo NES, so I contacted him to buy NES, talking to you about Whatsapp, I asked him if he did not have any older video games the sale and he told me that he had an Atari that had been for many years and could sell me; I ordered Atari photos and it was an Atari Ligth Sixer with original source, cx-40 controls, padlle and some games and among these games was that FUNVISION KARATE. Since I am an Atari collector, I soon realized that the cartridge was rare. I checked with the former owner to get NES, Atari and KARATE. I asked him how he had gotten that Atari, he told me that he had lived many years ago in Florida and brought it to Peru when he left. He did not know the rarity of the game, he thought it was a normal game, and in fact I thought it was a Funvision (PAL). I asked if the Funvision worked normal (colored) he said yes, then upon arriving at the hotel I went to test and realized that it really was NTSC. After that I started to search for information in the Atari groups in Brazil and I decided to enroll in Atariage to find information. What I could read is that there are very few FUNVISION KARATE (NTSC) games.
  6. On a business trip to Peru, I found an advertisement on the internet of a gentleman selling a Nintendo NES, so I contacted him to buy NES, talking to you about Whatsapp, I asked him if he did not have any older video games the sale and he told me that he had an Atari that had been for many years and could sell me; I ordered Atari photos and it was an Atari Ligth Sixer with original source, cx-40 controls, padlle and some games and among these games was that FUNVISION KARATE. Since I am an Atari collector, I soon realized that the cartridge was rare. I checked with the former owner to get NES, Atari and KARATE. I asked him how he had gotten that Atari, he told me that he had lived many years ago in Florida and brought it to Peru when he left. He did not know the rarity of the game, he thought it was a normal game, and in fact I thought it was a Funvision (PAL). I asked if the Funvision worked normal (colored) he said yes, then upon arriving at the hotel I went to test and realized that it really was NTSC. After that I started to search for information in the Atari groups in Brazil and I decided to enroll in Atariage to find information. What I could read is that there are very few FUNVISION KARATE (NTSC) games.
  7. On a business trip to Peru, I found an advertisement on the internet of a gentleman selling a Nintendo NES, so I contacted him to buy NES, talking to you about Whatsapp, I asked him if he did not have any older video games the sale and he told me that he had an Atari that had been for many years and could sell me; I ordered Atari photos and it was an Atari Ligth Sixer with original source, cx-40 controls, padlle and some games and among these games was that FUNVISION KARATE. Since I am an Atari collector, I soon realized that the cartridge was rare. I checked with the former owner to get NES, Atari and KARATE. I asked him how he had gotten that Atari, he told me that he had lived many years ago in Florida and brought it to Peru when he left. He did not know the rarity of the game, he thought it was a normal game, and in fact I thought it was a Funvision (PAL). I asked if the Funvision worked normal (colored) he said yes, then upon arriving at the hotel I went to test and realized that it really was NTSC. After that I started to search for information in the Atari groups in Brazil and I decided to enroll in Atariage to find information. What I could read is that there are very few FUNVISION KARATE (NTSC) games. Espanhol---------------AfricânerAlbanêsAlemãoAmáricoÁrabeArmênioAzerbaijanoBascoBengaliBielorrussoBirmanêsBósnioBúlgaroCanarimCatalãoCazaqueCebuanoChinês (simplificado)Chinês (tradicional)CingalêsCoreanoCorsoCroataCurdoDinamarquêsEslovacoEslovenoEspanholEsperantoEstonianoFilipinoFinlandêsFrancêsFrísio ocidentalGaélico escocêsGalegoGalêsGeorgianoGregoGuzerateHaitianoHauçáHavaianoHebraicoHíndiHmongHolandêsHúngaroIgboIídicheIndonésioInglêsIorubáIrlandêsIslandêsItalianoJaponêsJavanêsKhmerLaosianoLatimLetãoLituanoLuxemburguêsMacedônioMalaialaMalaioMalgaxeMaltêsMaoriMaratiMongolNepalêsNianjaNorueguêsPanjabiPashtoPersaPolonêsPortuguêsQuirguizRomenoRussoSamoanoSérvioSindiSomaliSoto do sulSuaíliSuecoSundanêsTadjiqueTailandêsTâmilTchecoTélugoTurcoUcranianoUrduUzbequeVietnamOn a business trip to Peru, I found an advertisement on the internet of a gentleman selling a Nintendo NES, so I contacted him to buy NES, talking to you about Whatsapp, I asked him if he did not have any older video games the sale and he told me that he had an Atari that had been for many years and could sell me; I ordered Atari photos and it was an Atari Ligth Sixer with original source, cx-40 controls, padlle and some games and among these games was that FUNVISION KARATE. Since I am an Atari collector, I soon realized that the cartridge was rare. I checked with the former owner to get NES, Atari and KARATE. I asked him how he had gotten that Atari, he told me that he had lived many years ago in Florida and brought it to Peru when he left. He did not know the rarity of the game, he thought it was a normal game, and in fact I thought it was a Funvision (PAL). I asked if the Funvision worked normal (colored) he said yes, then upon arriving at the hotel I went to test and realized that it really was NTSC. After that I started to search for information in the Atari groups in Brazil and I decided to enroll in Atariage to find information. What I could read is that there are very few FUNVISION KARATE (NTSC) games.On a business trip to Peru, I found an advertisement on the internet of a gentleman selling a Nintendo NES, so I contacted him to buy NES, talking to you about Whatsapp, I asked him if he did not have any older video games the sale and he told me that he had an Atari that had been for many years and could sell me; I ordered Atari photos and it was an Atari Ligth Sixer with original source, cx-40 controls, padlle and some games and among these games was that FUNVISION KARATE. Since I am an Atari collector, I soon realized that the cartridge was rare. I checked with the former owner to get NES, Atari and KARATE. I asked him how he had gotten that Atari, he told me that he had lived many years ago in Florida and brought it to Peru when he left. He did not know the rarity of the game, he thought it was a normal game, and in fact I thought it was a Funvision (PAL). I asked if the Funvision worked normal (colored) he said yes, then upon arriving at the hotel I went to test and realized that it really was NTSC. After that I started to search for information in the Atari groups in Brazil and I decided to enroll in Atariage to find information. What I could read is that there are very few FUNVISION KARATE (NTSC) games.
  8. Anyone know how many cartridges, Ultravision and how many funvision aktare (NTSC) cartridges are there? I read something that would only be 3.
  9. You do not know how to speak, my friend, sorry.
  10. Ultravision, Funvision, and K-Tel belong to the same group, they are the same thing. I believe that Funvision Karate (NTSC) would be as rare as Ultravison Karate. Well, it's a fact that Funvision has released some NTSC games, The other thing that proves is that it does not carry the Funvision logo on the screen. R10? Unbelievably Rare ?
  11. Hi. I have a FUNVISON KARATE cartridge, but it works in NTSC.
  12. I'm in Brazil, but my atari is a heavy sixer (california) and funvision is made in taiwan. My doubts are: Are FUNVISION NTSC cartridges manufactured? Atariage has in the rarities guide the Ultravision cartridges, but it does not have Funvision cartridges. I read a post between the All and another collector where there are only 3 of these cartridges.
  13. exactly, but my doubt is that my Funvision cartridge has the Ultravision (NTSC) color standard, I read here on Atariage that some Funvision cartridges were manufactured.
  14. I have known that funvision and ultravision cartridges are the same, just that one model was used in PAL and another in NTSC. In 2007, only 3 cartridges of this model were known around the world
  15. in fact the ultravision sticker is on the bottom of the Funvision cartridge. when NTSC was using ULTRAVISION adhesive, when it was PAL it was glued a sticker FUNVISION up
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