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About Mayhem

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    Commodore Chaos Knight
  • Birthday 07/29/1974

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    Cartridge master
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    London, England
  • Interests
    Writing, retrogaming, anthro comics.

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  1. Yeah PR Baseball is just Baseball. DD was Activision, but Absolute was a spin off from Activision anyhow so... close enough heh.
  2. Chopper Command was actually first, but yeah... had a little hand in the suggestions
  3. If people pay via Paypal (99% of the time) then I use whatever address is shown in that email receipt. Occasional Google Map check to make sure it's written out correctly. Once or twice it hasn't been, and I clarify with the buyer before shipping.
  4. You're missing Double Dragon in the list there As for finding HES vs Salu, hard to say... I know the one title still missing is the Salu version of F18.
  5. Yeah hadn't been through all threads, haven't been here in a little bit due to personal reasons...
  6. Great news! I was going to ask if the same artwork, but shall wait and see. Now if you can somehow get the original 1984 artwork on there... that would be something.
  7. Yes, cover up that EPROM window! If need be, I can dump it although I live in the UK. Have dumped a fair few ultra rare VIC20 titles to date (Type Sniper, Bomber Word, Anteater to name three).
  8. It was Magicard until I sold it. As for now, not sure. Most of my R9 and R10 are sold. Perhaps sealed copy of Swordquest Waterworld or Quadrun signed by Steve Woita?
  9. There was an issue with the old host. It's now pointing to https://kristofsvectrexgames.000webhostapp.com .
  10. And two excellent updates in one go... https://csdb.dk/release/?id=139401
  11. I had a N501 with every single game, sold it 2-3 years back. Drive was a little temperamental admittedly. Maybe just as well I cashed in then.
  12. The project did get put on hiatus for quite a while, that damned thing called "real life" intervened for some members. The game itself (ie the ROM) is already out there, that was the only thing ready at the start of matters heh. But in quick fire terms, the following needed or needs to still occur (although we are getting there)... - agreement from Jay Smith for the project to go ahead, considering he owns the rights to all the original Vectrex games - design and agreement for the box artwork, front and box - physical production of the box, find someone to do it, agree a price, receive units - design and agreement for the cart label - design and agreement for the manual, layout and text, proof-reading - physical production of the manual, find someone to do it, agree a price, receive units - design and agreement for the overlay, colours, whether to include a notch, quality consideration - physical production of the overlay, find someone to do it, agree a price, receive units - agree purchase and supply of plastic cart holders, overlay sleeves and clear box protectors for shipping. - physical production of the cartridge board and burning of the game to ROM, find someone to do it, agree a price, receive units, test units to make they work Finally then it can be all put together and we can start thinking about making it available for sale! Now some of the above physical production we have done, but a lot of it has been produced by other members of the Vectrex community as they have more experience. All the design and internal decision making was us though.
  13. I asked HSW what he thought the worst game ever was... got picked up on a few news reports heh... https://www.polygon.com/2014/7/26/5939559/atari-et-buried-howard-warshaw-nolan-bushnell
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