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  1. Necron99

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  2. I liked playing this one. but I found the sounds excruciating.
  3. ICYDK. Pigs in the Castle and Checked Inn were both released via his website. http://thenesdreammaster.wixsite.com/thenesdreammaster
  4. I still haven't recieved mine too. Being in Canada, not surprised it isn't here yet.
  5. Also, adding new games, multiple distributions, Limited-Special-and Alternate editions, and out of print stuff. there is a lot of variables when making anything. I haven't heard of that, but I'd love to help if it's true. atari2600homebrew and videogamehomebrew both do that, however, the threshold is merely 5 copies produced. maybe a separate list for those under 50 as I think some that are under that are decent games and need more interest to have more produced. It is. I've tried pretty much every other option. this is a job for a group of people I suggest we begin with all atari consoles and expand from there. we could do both cartridge releases and rom releases with the right layout. I suggest hacks being allowed but in a separate category...at videogamehomebrew and atari2600homebrew, I broke categories into Homebrew, Hack, Reproduction, and Demo & Non-Games. the lists of rom releases would be a rather large extensive list. yup, i nearly drowned in this a few times. which is why I think it's better as a wiki, collectively we can gather info at a faster rate without drowning.
  6. I'll be looking into the account issue tonight.
  7. I've tried several different ways to document homebrew lists and its a frustrating process. sorting homebrew, hacks, repros and demos can sometimes be a grey area. Info on the net is often lost or contradictory to other sources. A wiki is IMO, the best bet for community support. If Al wanted to add a wiki on AA, then I'd be down to add as much info as possible.
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    VecFever

    I'm not seeing any wait list, but i dont wanna miss out because I didn't chime in. I want one of these when they are ready.
  9. I ordered Sept 6 and got mine yesterday. (Sept 12th) I wasn't expecting it that fast!
  10. I think they had a pre-order at one time and after that Richard began making smaller batches based on demand.
  11. If you want a Flashboy+, all you have to do is send richard an email at [email protected] and ask for one. They are still being made.
  12. I don't think there is a Bioshock 2600 besides mock up images. Mega Man 2600 is only a demo. Publishers AtariAge AtAriAge should be your first stop when looking for homebrew games to buy. The largest and best selection out there and the quality is top notch. http://www.atariage.com/store/ Packrat Video Games Packrat has a decent selection of hacks and homebrews to buy, some are titles you can already find in the AtariAge store. http://www.packratvg.com/ Hozer Video Games Hozer has a pretty negative reputation with the 2600 community, because of the legitimacy of how the business is ran. from unauthorized homebrews and not paying royalties to the horrid labels he makes, I can't recommend ordering or supporting this business model. also avoid his eBay listings as some are also sold elsewhere. Not adding the link, you can use google if want to hurt the hobby. Good Deal Games GDG has lots of homebrews for many systems, some 2600 ones are exclusives, though they are made by Hozer. several other homebrews from AtariAge are there and sometimes there's some limited editions there. http://www.gooddealgames.com/inventory/Atari%202600.html Lost Classics This listing could also fall under the individual games listed below as "Road Warriors" is the only game available to buy. it is a store though so games may be added at a later date. https://www.lostclassicvgs.com/collections/atari-2600 Individual Games Defend Your Castle DYC comes with a PCB and a label, you supply the cart casing. nice idea to get rid of a spare super common game. http://www.mr-atari.com/defyocas/ Checked Inn & Pigs in the Castle Checked Inn and Pigs in the Castle are sold as a bundle http://thenesdreammaster.wixsite.com/thenesdreammaster
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