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  1. Brand New, never used, complete in the box Opcode Games Super Game Module for use with the ColecoVision or ADAM Computer. Shipping worldwide using USPS Priority Mail with required Insurance from zip code 60056. $165.00
  2. As the title suggests, I will be using this thread to share scans of everything that I have collected over the years re. the ColecoVision Game System and the Coleco ADAM Family Computer. I will be posting items in their entirety and some items could take a number of days to a week depending on how much time I have. I hope everyone will really enjoy all the great items that I will be sharing in this thread and feel free to use as you wish... I don't claim ownership to any of this stuff, it belongs to the community. To start out, I will be posting the "1984 Coleco Press Kit/Toy Fair Catalog - 1st Release" which details items for the ColecoVision, ADAM Computer and Atari/Gemini systems. It is 75 JPG scans long and will obviously take a number of days to complete. Enjoy!
  3. Well, the title of the thread says it all... I am selling my authentic Bit Corp. CIBs of Tanks Wars, Cosmic Crisis and Meteoric Shower. I have posted all the info in my AtariAge MarketPlace Sales Thread along with pricing and further pictures. http://atariage.com/forums/topic/215432-niads-sales-thread-colecovision-adam-bit-corp-cibs-ultra-rare/?p=2808381
  4. Here is an incredible video of Coleco executives introducing the Coleco ADAM Computer at "The Boston Computer Society" that was brought to my attention by Richard Salvati thru his Coleco ADAM website. The video was archived by "The Computer History Museum" and posted on Youtube. It is quite lengthy (runs 80 minutes), so set some time aside to watch it in it's entirety. The ADAM Computer used for the demonstration is a pre-production module that looks and functions very similarly to what was sold in stores a few months later and so far I have only noticed one difference from resale ADAMs... the file display screen when loading/saving is just a text screen instead of a file index display. I'm sure there are other differences, but I haven't watch the video in it's entirety yet, only skipping thru it. Thanks Justin for bringing this video to our attention! https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=gg_I9TGYM-w
  5. A while back, chart45 posted about a Stand-Alone ADAM Memory console he owned that could play all SGM required games (Thexder, King's Valley, etc... not talking about the ADAM Super Game conversions or other games that are enhanced by the presence of the SGM) without a SGM plugged into the side Expansion Port. Suffice it to say that a lot of us were skeptical until he posted pics and then a video. So yesterday I received a Memory Console that I won on eBay (it's minty) and in my testing, I have found that this Memory Console will play all the SGM required games (sans sound as the SGM sound chip is used) as well. They include: - King's Valley - Thexder - Rollerball - Goonies - Galaga - TwinBee Using Nanochess' SGM Test Utility rom image with NO SGM plugged in, I get the following results which I don't even remember now if they are the same with a SGM plugged into the ADAM: DETECTED: Coleco ADAM Base 24K RAM Ok Lower 8K RAM Ok Failure in the Sound Chip ...... (because the SGM is not plugged in) I'll be taking the system apart to compare with my other ADAM system that can only play the games listed above if and only if the SGM is attached. I doubt there will be anything physically different between the two that will be obvious, but it's a start. So if you have been waiting for an SGM for a while, you can always try picking up an ADAM and ask the seller if it will play all SGM required games. Be prepared to get some weird response though!
  6. Here are the latest versions of ADAMem DOS and ADAMem SDL that were provided to me by Doug Slopsema. I have only tested out the DOS version by overwriting the old ADAMem DOS files that were provided with the Virtual ADAM v1.03 Frontend by Steve Pitman. The DOS version works beautifully with the CF Card backup image files (either the 60Mb Single or 100Mb Dual) that I have posted in the IDE CF Card thread. Here are some additional instructions for ADAMem DOS v1.81 that Doug provided as well: Here are a couple of updated ADAMEM compilations. Key change is the ability to work with both IDE master and IDE slave images. The MSDOS version can be used within Virtual ADAM v1.03 by replacing the adamem.exe in the adamem folder under the installation location. Hard drive images should be named hd_ide1.img and hd_ide2.img and be placed in the same folder. Use the included EXP.rom in the same folder for auto-booting to the hard drive (once again, please in the adamem folder). The WIN32 version is an SDL version as before that runs natively on Windows. Same filename requirements as MSDOS version. Feel free to post these on AtariAge and let me know if you run into any issues with them. Doug Slopsema Additional updates/notes are provided with the SDL version. ADAMEM_MSDOS_v1.81.zip ADAMEM_WIN32_v1.81.zip
  7. Another banner year has past (actually three months past so this is a little late) and I just wanted to pass on my thanks to everyone involved in making all these great new CV & ADAM games a reality. If I missed any game releases, please add them in a post. AstroDodge by Revival Studios Bankruptcy Builder by PkK Battle of Hoth by Team PixelBoy Black Onyx, The by Team PixelBoy Bomb'n Blast (re-release) by CollectorVision Boulder Dash (re-release) by TeleGames U.K. Buck Rogers Super Game by Team PixelBoy CAT Scheduled Oil Sampling Game, The by CollectorVision Cix by PkK E.A. Classics by CollectorVision Earth Defend 2083 by CollectorVision Flora and the Ghost Mirror by NewColeco Galaxian (reproduction) by CollectorVision Gamester81 by Gamester/Atari2600.com HeliFire by CollectorVision Lode Runner by CollectorVision Mario Bros. Rev. D by CollectorVision Mecha8 by CollectorVision MemoTech MTX Series: Games Collection Vol. 1 by CollectorVision MindWalls by CollectorVision Module Man by Team PixelBoy Mr. Chin (CollectorVision 5th Anniversary re-release) by CollectorVision RollerBall by CollectorVision Search for the Stolen Crown Jewels III by PkK Shunting Puzzle by PkK I have to admit that Lode Runner and Mecha8 are my two favorites from 2013's lineup of game releases.
  8. I've got five ColecoVision/ADAM games for sale posted on eBay. Unfortunately I need to finance a new cell phone and this is the easiest way to do it. Starting price for each is $50. All are like new and CIB. ROLLERBALL (Requires SGM) LODE RUNNER KINGS VALLEY (Requires SGM) PRINCESS QUEST MOPIRANGER
  9. Following up on another thread that discussed having a complete collection and inspired by Cmart's 125 Game List thread in the Intellivision Forum, I have decided to list things out in more detail. This list of 135 is unique titles and does not take into account release variations such as those made by Coleco of Canada Limitee and CBS Electronics, although there is an Addendum to the list at the end which covers some other unique games for the CV & ADAM. I have finally decided to include the Bit Corp. titles in this list seeing as they were produced during the ColecoVision's lifespan as well as being made available in CIB form and sold in stores. The addendum contains some unreleased and prototype games, but by far, not all. You can check my Collector's List attached below for complete listings of these. Coleco 1. 2010: The Graphic Action Game 2. Antarctic Adventure 3. B.C.'s Quest for Tires II: Grog's Revenge 4. Brain Strainers 5. Buck Rogers - Planet of Zoom 6. Bump 'n' Jump 7. BurgerTime 8. Cabbage Patch Kids - Adventures in the Park 9. Cabbage Patch Kids - Picture Show 10. Carnival 11. ChopLifter! 12. Congo Bongo 13. Cosmic Avenger 14. Dam Busters, The 15. Destructor 16. Donkey Kong 17. Donkey Kong Junior 18. Dr. Seuss Fix-Up the Mix-Up Puzzler 19. Dukes of Hazzard, The 20. Fortune Builder 21. Frenzy 22. Front Line 23. Gorf 24. Illusions 25. Ken Uston Blackjack & Poker 26. Lady Bug 27. Looping 28. Monkey Academy 29. Mouse Trap 30. Mr. Do! 31. Omega Race 32. Pepper II 33. Rocky - Super Action Boxing 34. Roc'N Rope 35. Slither 36. Smurf - Paint'N Play Workshop 37. Smurf Rescue in Gargamel's Castle 38. Space Fury 39. Space Panic 40. Spy Hunter 41. Star Trek - Strategic Operations Simulator 42. SubRoc 43. Super Action Baseball 44. Super Action Football 45. Tapper 46. Tarzan 47. Telly Turtle 48. Time Pilot 49. Turbo 50. Venture 51. Victory 52. WarGames 53. Zaxxon Coleco of Canada Limitee 54. Evolution Activision 55. Beamrider 56. Decathlon, The Activision 57. H.E.R.O. 58. Keystone Kapers 59. Pitfall! 60. Pitfall II - Lost Caverns 61. River Raid 62. Zenji Atari/AtariSoft 63. Centipede 64. Defender 65. Galaxian 66. Jungle Hunt CBS Electronics 67. Super Action Football (Soccer) Epyx 68. Gateway to Apshai 69. Jumpman Junior 70. Pitstop Fisher Price 71. Dance Fantasy 72. Linking Logic 73. Logic Levels 74. Memory Manor Imagic 75. DragonFire 76. Fathom 77. Moonsweeper 78. Novablast 79. Tournament Tennis 80. Wing War Interphase 81. Aquattack 82. Blockade Runner 83. Sewer Sam 84. Squish'Em featuring Sam Micro Fun 85. Heist, The 86. Miner 2049er 87. One on One Basketball Parker Brothers 88. Frogger 89. Frogger II: Threeedeep! 90. Gyruss 91. James Bond: 007 92. Montezuma's Revenge 93. Mr. Do's! Castle 94. Popeye 95. Q*bert 96. Q*bert's Qubes 97. Star Wars - The Arcade Game 98. Super Cobra 99. Tutankham Practical Peripherals 100. Super Sketch - Sketch-Master Probe 2000 101. War Room Sega 102. Up 'N' Down Sierra On-Line/SierraVision 103. B.C.'s Quest for Tires 104. Learning with Leeper 105. Oil's Well 106. Sammy Lightfoot 107. Threshold 108. WizMath, The Wizard of Id's SpectraVision/SpectraVideo 109. Flipper Slipper 110. Frantic Freddy 111. Sector Alpha 112. Spectron 113. Super Cross Force Spinnaker 114. Alphabet Zoo 115. Facemaker 116. Fraction Fever 117. Jukebox Sunrise Software 118. Campaign '84 119. Gust Buster 120. Mountain King 121. Quest for Quintana Roo 122. Rolloverture Xonox 123. Artillery Duel 124. Chuck Norris: SuperKicks 125. It's Only Rock 'N' Roll 126. Motocross Racer 127. Robin Hood 128. Sir Lancelot 129. Slurpy 130. Tomarc the Barbarian 131. Word Feud Bit Corp. 132. Cosmic Crisis 133. Meteoric Shower 134. Strike It! 135. Tank Wars   ADDENDUM   CBS Electronics 136. Victory (additional game elements versus Coleco release) Nuvatec 137. The CAT Scheduled Oil Sampling Game (only 1 confirmed to exist) Sierra On-Line/SierraVision/Sydney Development 138. Energy Quizz (only 1 confirmed to exist) Splice 139. Castelo (rom file may only exist) TeleGames UK/USA 140. Alcazar - The Forgotten Fortress (Activision) 141. Amazing Bumpman (Number Bumper by Sunrise Software) 142. Boulder Dash (MicroFun) 143. Rock'N Bolt (Activision) 144. Skiing ColecoVision & ADAM Computer Collector Rarity List v2.10 (2014) (NIAD).rtf
  10. As we all know, Mystery Man and Team PixelBoy have done a tremendous job of converting three ADAM specific games (Dragon's Lair, Zaxxon and Buck Rogers) to ColecoVision format using the MegaCart PCB and of course requiring the Opcode Super Game Module for the CV, not the ADAM. The down side is that PixelBoy has stated that he does not have any further interest in publishing the remaining ADAM Super Games that are worthy of such an endeavor due to his need to concentrate on other projects that have been pushed back for far too long as well as another exciting project, the Trading Cards. that he is currently working on. Also, it seems that Mystery Man may not be interested in doing any further ADAM to CV conversions from what has been mentioned previously... but hopefully never doesn't really mean never if you know what I mean. It hasn't been said, but I wonder if the possible/upcoming/one day/etc. release of DKA by Opcode and his interest in possibly developing DKJrA may play a part in why the ADAM Super Games haven't been considering for conversion as well as the current limbo state of Opcode producing further SGMs. I personally feel that possible Opcode releases of these two games would NOT hurt sales of the Super Game conversions and in turn the Super Game conversions would not hurt sales of the possible Opcode versions... they could co-exist very nicely and all would be very good sellers especially considering the ADAM Super Games are true Coleco programmed games based off what their programmers envisioned for the games and Opcode's version will/would be true Arcade ports with numerous inclusions like we see in Pac-Man Collection. Also, the fact that enhanced proto versions of these two games have been available for years in rom image format might make it worriesome to produce a large enough quantity of each to justify production even those these protos have their respective issues. Thankfully SubRoc doesn't have these problems. I would be willing to put my money where my mouth is as far as financing the conversion by Mystery Man, but from there, perhaps someone like CollectorVision could take over with the box, manual, cart and distribution seeing as they have everything in place already (not to mention a pretty lengthy release schedule for the year!) and it wouldn't seem smart to try and reinvent the wheel which could lead to higher retail pricing on each game. I would also "LOVE" to see any possible releases made in the same style (box, manual, cart label) as the other ADAM Super Games that have been released by Team PixelBoy for consistencies sake, but with some small additions to credit CollectorVision as well. This, of corse, would all be dependent on PixelBoy giving his permission, otherwise Coleco and CBS style boxes would be the fall back choice. For those that may not have ever played or seen these three ADAM Super Games that I am talking about, I have provided links to YouTube videos for your viewing that were supplied by AtariAge member ed...., (no, not Eduardo ). The Hall of Fame screen are not shown. BTW, the version of Donkey Kong Junior - Super Game that would be converted is the 5 screen prototype version that Coleco originally intended to release, but Nintendo would not allow seeing as they did not want their intellectual property changed in any way... even making it better by adding new levels. This proto does not require a keypad sequence to be entered to activate the 5th screen, unlike some version floating around, so it is complete. So what say you? Donkey Kong Super Game http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KlFF8JCfBS0&feature=player_detailpage&list=PL6E8742BD1C44CB71 Donkey Kong Junior Super Game http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=35fBcsORTCo&feature=player_detailpage&list=PLC5D531A62475BD13 Donkey Kong Junior Super Game (Prototype but complete) - 5th Screen only http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9CqzBNxJ3k&feature=player_detailpage SubRoc Super Game http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MxmV8a0X4X4&feature=player_detailpage
  11. Here are the latest Collectors Lists for the ColecoVision and ADAM Computer systems. Please note that I am not maintaining Rarity ratings anymore, so what you see listed should only be used as a general guideline. There are still many items to add to these respective lists (especially Homebrew items), but time hasn't been on my side of late and they will have to wait until next year's update. Enjoy and as always, please feel free to share additions, corrections, thoughts, etc. in this thread. ColecoVision & ADAM Computer Collector Rarity List v2.10 (2014) (NIAD).zip Coleco ADAM Computer Collector Rarity List v2.10 (2014) (NIAD).zip
  12. I have finally decided to part ways with an extremely rare and more importantly, completely tested and working, Orphanware 80 Column Video Unit that also will include an EVE SP-1 Serial & Parallel Interface, original instruction books, other instructions I can assemble that will help in using these hardware add-ons and a collection of software drivers and programs to use these items. I haven't finalized the complete package just yet, but once I do, I will post further pictures. As I mentioned, these units are extremely rare and back in the day, they each were pretty expensive items to purchase (check old NIAD PDFs circa 1986 and 1987)... so I'll be completely honest in stating that it's going to take a pretty impressive offer. If you are interested, send me a PM. I want to give someone that visits the CV&ADAM Forum first crack at this before I post it in the AA MarketPlace. BTW, you may have noticed the CV Power Supply. Yes, this is what suuplies the power to the 80 Column Video Unit and it's not the detrement that you might think. The power supply connects to the video board via screw terminals, so if the power supply ever goes bad, you can easily swap it out. Also, the EVE SP-1 does not need to be attached via the Multi-Unit Cable in order for to 80 Column Unit to work and vice-versa. Here are a bunch of pictures and they have been named accordingly to help you understand what each is.
  13. A couple years ago I posted a large CV & ADAM collection of files on a file sharer that I eventually removed late last year due to it being outdated. I haven't had time to of late to finish the reorganization and clean-up, so I have decided to make available all the ADAM software DDP and Disk Images once again. Thanks for everyone's patience who has sent me PMs re. the updated collection... one of these days I'll get everything back up and available. Here is the link to the software collection... http://www.mediafire...bfu78g7x1bno1ci ED: These Image Files are for use with ADAM Emulators or they can be converted back to ADAM 5 1/4" Disk using an MS-DOS program called DCOPY. Use the Forum Search function for threads detailing how to perform these conversions.
  14. Here's the link, PM me if interested.... http://atariage.com/forums/topic/213018-coleco-adam-computer-package-lots-of-extras/
  15. This is the last of 3 large ADAM Computer Packages that I have made available to AtariAge members. If you have been considering picking up an ADAM Computer, I would seriously consider this package as it will be the last one I assemble and eBay is not the best option to use when buying ADAM Computers unless you get lucky with an honest seller. I have up for sale a very large ADAM Computer package that I have meticulously assembled with the idea of offering it up for sale to someone here on AtariAge that has been looking to buy one of these systems, but did not want to go thru all the time, hassle and expense of finding "working" components of the system.... let alone test and clean everything and then acquire software to use with it. Each item listed out below has been tested, disassembled, cleaned, re-assembled and tested again very thoroughly over the course of the last three weeks to the best of my abilities and using all the available ColecoVision and ADAM test utility cartridges and software that I have available to me. As far as the system and all the extras stand, they are in 100% working condition and physically are in good condition. Local pickup is very welcome if you are within a reasonable distance. Shipping will be via the best option that I can find, not necessarily the cheapest, with USPS being the frontrunner currently and will be insured accordingly. The ADAM Computer lot will be packaged up into two separate boxes that combined will weigh roughly 40pds. I have yet to package everything up, but as soon as I do, I will post details of the box sizes and weight so that shipping cost estimates can be made. I will consider any and all Foreign purchasers. Here is the complete list of everything I have amassed along with a large number of pictures: Complete ADAM Stand-Alone Computer System with built-in ColecoVision - Memory Console (Revision 80 - last one made by Coleco) - NEW OLD STOCK - ADAM Logic Board installed in Memory Console - Digital Data Drive (has been speed calibrated) - False Digital Data Drive Door - Printer with built-in system Power Supply (printer ribbon and print wheel in good shape) - Keyboard with ADAMnet Cable and Hand Controller Attachment - 2 Hand Controllers - RFI Kit - ADAM RF Switchbox with RF Cable Set of ADAM Owner's Manuals - Programming with ADAM: A Simple Guide to SmartBASIC - ADAM Set-Up Manual: Getting Started - ADAM System Check-Out and Trouble-Shooting Guide - ADAM SmartWRITER Easy Reference Guide - ADAM Word Processing: Typing with ADAM - Supplement to the ADAM Set-Up Manual for the SmartWRITER Printer (not pictured) Coleco ADAM 5 1/4" Floppy Disk Drive - original Power Supply - 3ft ADAMnet flat cable - Disk Manager software (copy, not original) Coleco ADAM 64K Memory Expander (Coleco brand, not 3rd Party) - byte tested to be good from address 00000 to 65535 with Homebrew test software - with original Manual Wico Command Control Joystick for CV or ADAM 2 blank ADAM Digital Data Packs (1 Loran brand - the manufacturer of DDPs for Coleco) PitStop cartridge with manual (French/Canadian release) Coleco ADAM software on Data Packs: - Buck Rogers Super Game (original) - Donkey Kong Super Game (original) - Donkey Kong Junior Super Game (original) - SmartBASIC (original) - SmartLOGO (original case, replacement DDP) - VideoTunes (a terrific 3rd Party music composition program) (original) ADAM Software on 5 1/4" Disk (copies of Homebrew/3rd Party releases): - ADAM Bomb II (the best game ever made for the ADAM... hands down) - BrainStorm (a great mix of Tetris and Hangman) - CopyCart+ v2.0 (the best cartridge copy program) - Diablo (one of my favorite ADAM games) - Family Feud Question Pack - Family Feud Writer (make your own Question Packs) - File Manager v3.0 (the best copy utility program with numerous features) - Jeopardy Question Pack - Jeopardy Writer (make your own Question Packs) - MicroChip (a tremendous Homebrew game made in 1995) - Temple of the Snow Dragon (2 disk monster of a graphics adventure game) ADAM Software on 5 1/4" Disk (copies of Coleco releases) - ADAM Utilities (a collection of Coleco In-House utilities for testing the ADAM Computer) - ADAMCalc - CP/M 2.2 & Assembler - Disk Manager (included with the 5 1/4" Disk Drve) - Electronic FlashCard Maker - ExperType - Richard Scarry's Best Electronic Wordbook Ever (2 disk set) - SmartBASIC - SmartFILER with manual - SmartLOGO - 2010: The Text Adventure - The ADAM Home Software Library (for the 32 Basic Programs book) - B.C. II: Grog's Revenge - Best of B.C., The - Best of Broderbund, The - Best of Electronic Arts, The - Buck Rogers Super Game - Cabbage Patch Kids: Adventures in the Park Enhanced - Dam Busters Super Game - Donkey Kong Super Game - Donkey Kong Junior Super Game - Donkey Kong Junior Super Game (5 screen version) - Dragon's Lair - Family Feud - Front Line Super Game (Demo) - includes a special replica Coleco style disk label - Jeopardy (2 disk set) - SubRoc Super Game - Temple of Apshai (by Epyx) - Troll's Tale - Tunnels & Trolls (Demo) - Zaxxon Super Game I am not including the beautiful set of Coleco replica labels made by PBoland and myself with this package, but if you are interested in obtaining these labels, I have provided thread link with full pictures of the labels and disk sleeves, pricing and how to order. The labels and disk sleeves are only $1.50 each!!! http://atariage.com/forums/topic/195840-adam-game-disk-labels-disk-sleeves-interest-check/page__hl__%20adam%20%20disk%20%20labels A SPECIAL BONUS... I will make you a DVD of my entire ColecoVision and ADAM collection of digital files (rather large) including almost everything ever made fo the ADAM software wise in Disk and DDP image files, emulators, manuals, pictures, rom images, ADAM to PC conversion utilities, etc., etc. If you have a PC with a 5 1/4" drive that can boot into DOS, you can supply yourself with any software program you desire... you'll just need the disks and some free time. NO CURRENT HOMEBREW CARTRIDGE RELEASES INCLUDED unless they were released by their authors. See all the pictures provided below! And now, the big one, the price of this large package... $525.00 paid via PayPal or Cash
  16. I have up for sale a very large ADAM Computer package that I have meticulously assembled with the idea of offering it up for sale to someone here on AtariAge that has been looking to buy one of these systems, but did not want to go thru all the time, hassle and expense of finding "working" components of the system.... let alone test and clean everything and then acquire software to use with it. Each item listed out below has been tested, disassembled, cleaned, re-assembled and tested again very thoroughly over the course of the last three weeks to the best of my abilities and using all the available ColecoVision and ADAM test utility cartridges and software that I have available to me. As far as the system and all the extras stand, they are in 100% working condition and the physically are in very good condition except for a couple noted items at the bottom of the package list. Local pickup is very welcome if you are within a reasonable distance. Shipping will be via the best option that I can find, not necessarily the cheapest with USPS being the frontrunner currently. The ADAM Computer box will be placed inside of another larger box to protect it from any further harm that will be 40"x20"x10" in size and weight roughly 40pds. The rest of the items will be shipped in a second box that I haven't packaged up yet, but will ASAP and then add the information here. I will consider any and all Foreign purchasers, but will be brutally honest in saying that a possible U.S. purchaser is favored. Here is the complete list of everything I have amassed along with a large number of pictures: Complete ADAM Stand-Alone Computer System with built-in ColecoVision - Original ADAM Computer box and all styrofoam packaging - Memory Console (Revision 80 - last one made by Coleco) - Digital Data Drive (has been speed calibrated) - False Digital Data Drive Door - Printer with built-in system Power Supply (newer printer ribbon installed) - Keyboard with ADAMnet Cable and Hand Controller Attachment - 2 Hand Controllers - RFI Kit with manual - Coleco RF Switchbox with RF Cable - Complete set of ADAM Owner's Manuals - SmartBASIC v1.0 DDP with Manual - Buck Rogers Super Game DDP with Manual - Blank ADAM Digital Data Pack ADAM 5 1/4" Floppy Disk Drive - original Power Supply - 3ft ADAMnet flat cable - Complete set of manuals - Disk Manager software - original box with one of the two styrofoam packaging pieces (see pics) ADAM 64K Memory Expander (Coleco brand, not 3rd Party) - byte tested to be good from address 00000 to 65535 with Homebrew test software - with Manual ADAMLink 300 Baud Modem with Cable, ADAMLink software data pack and Manual Roller Controller with Manual, Slither with Manual and Power Adapter for ADAM use Complete Set of ADAM Dust Covers (Keyboard, Printer, Memory Console) Wico Command Control Joystick for CV or ADAM 2 extra blank Digital Data Packs Additional Coleco ADAM software on Data Packs: - CP/M 2.2 & Assembler - SmartLOGO - ADAMCalc - Recipe Filer with box Additional ADAM Software on 5 1/4" Disk: - File Manager v3.0 (the best copy utility program with numerous features) - CopyCart+ v2.0 (the best cartridge copy program) - RAMtest v2.0 (tests 64K Memory Expanders) - ADAM Utilities (a collection of Coleco utilities for testing the ADAM Computer) - MicroChip (a tremendous Homebrew game made in 1995) - ADAM Bomb II (the best game ever made for the ADAM... hands down) A special collection of Coleco made ADAM Software on 5 1/4" Disk: 22 Coleco made ADAM entertanment software programs on 5 1/4" disk. These are not originals, rather I made them myself and have included professional quality replica Coleco labels that I made with PBoland last year. To save some money, I did not have PBoland supply me with the replica ADAM disk sleeves that he made, but I'll show you what they look like and then you can decide if you want to buy some from PBoland. The 5 1/4" disks that were used are "New Old Stock" and not re-used disks. - 2010: The Text Adventure - The ADAM Home Software Library (for the 32 Basic Programs book) - B.C. II: Grog's Revenge - Best of B.C., The - Best of Broderbund, The - Best of Electronic Arts, The - Buck Rogers Super Game - Cabbage Patch Kids: Adventures in the Park Enhanced - Dam Busters Super Game - Donkey Kong Super Game - Donkey kong Junior Super Game - Donkey Kong Junior Super Game (5 screen version) - Dragon's Lair - Family Feud - Front Line Super Game (Demo) - Jeopardy (Disk 1 of 2) - Jeopardy (Disk 2 of 2) - SubRoc Super Game - Temple of Apshai (by Epyx) - Troll's Tale - Tunnels & Trolls (Demo) - Zaxxon Super Game A SPECIAL BONUS... I will make you a DVD of my entire ADAM collection of digital files (rather large) including almost everything ever made fo the ADAM software wise in Disk and DDP image files, emulators, manuals, pictures, rom images, ADAM to PC conversion utilities, etc., etc. If you have a PC with a 5 1/4" drive that can boot into DOS, you can supply yourself with any software program you desire... you'll just need the disks and some free time. NO CURRENT HOMEBREW CARTRIDGE RELEASES INCLUDED unless they were released by their authors. NOTED ISSUES: The ADAM Box and Disk Drive Box, while not terrible, have seen better days... check out the pictures provided. The TV RF Cable will need to be replaced as it's not in the best of shape, but included for completeness. More pictures provided in Post #2. And now, the big one, the price of this large package... $700.00 $600.00 plus Shipping Expenses
  17. Here is the latest update to my be-all, end-all (well, one of these days) list of what has been made for the ColecoVision both past and present. I was hoping to have the list completed with all the extra miscellaneous items and printed literature from over the years, but this process has taken me a lot longer than I had hoped and will have to wait for a future update. Suffice it to say that everything detailed in this list will also appear with pictures and descriptions possibly later this year on the www.colecoindustries.com website now that an incredibly busy year for CollectorVision has come to a close. In v2.09, there are the usual addition, subtractions, corrections, etc. as well as all the latest Homebrew releases and updates on availability thru 12/31/12. When Ikrananka has the time required to update his conversions of the list to Excel and PDF format, they will be posted here as well. Also note that the ADAM Computer specific list that hasn't been updated in a while will be receiving some much needed attention as well. I hope you enjoy this update and it helps everyone in their collecting efforts and as usual, if you see any erros or items missing... please post a message here so that I can correct things. Happy New Year! ColecoVision & ADAM Computer Collector Rarity List v2.09 (2013) (NIAD).rtf
  18. About a year and a half ago I acquired a former Coleco employee's collection and included in this rather large purchase were a number of In-House utility carts for use with the ADAM Computer and the ColecoVision. Ever since then, I wanted some professional cart labels to place on these "nakked ladies" and thanks to a collaboration of the minds as well as tremendous artistic talents of PBoland, I know have some very pretty looking carts to showoff here on the forum. The ADAM cart labels were inspired from Coleco's own label for the ADAM Diagnostic Cart but with liberties taken with the added copyright text at the bottom of the label. The ColecoVision cart labels were completely new designs (note that I only have pics of one of them at the moment). For anyone in need of some custom labels for their own "nakked ladies", I highly recommend contacting PBoland to discuss matters.
  19. I will take anything into consideration at this point and would be very $$ appreciative $$ for any help. ColecoVision Store POP Kiosk Strike It! by Bit Corp. (not sure if a CIB really exists) Anything ColecoVision related, if you got something, send me a PM ADAM COMPUTER Eve Speech Synthesizer/Clock Card (SS-CC) Interface Eve Serial/Parallel (SP-1) Interface Dynomite Sound Digitizer cartridge Anything ADAM Computer related, if you got something, send me a PM
  20. Here is a one of a kind auction on eBay... eBay Auction -- Item Number: 150856178156 Well, it's actually mine and I assembled this ADAM Software package to show off the incredible ADAM Disk Labels and Disk Sleeves that were produced by PBoland and made available a couple months ago. The one drawback is that I needed to set a Reserve Price in order to protect my investment... labels, sleeves and disk costs as well as lots of time play testing all the games (even though that ended up being fun). Happy Bidding!
  21. Follow the link to the gallery of pics. My ADAM collection is not included yet, but I'm working on it. http://www.atariage.com/forums/gallery/album/789-niads-colecovision-adam-computer-coll/
  22. I have created a "Gallery" of pics of my ColecoVision collection seeing as I was finally able to reclaim a closet in my house to properly display everything. I was hoping to get my ADAM Computer collection in the closet as well, but as you will see, I'm running out of room unless I get really creative... but I like the uncluttered look. I will update the Gallery in a couple days with my ADAM Computer collection. http://www.atariage.com/forums/gallery/album/789-niads-colecovision-adam-computer-coll/
  23. Here are the pics of some rare ADAM Software CIBs that were discussed in the ebay auction thread....
  24. Here's the link to the MarketPlace post with full details and pictures. http://www.atariage.com/forums/topic/197052-coleco-adam-in-house-utility-cart-rare-cv-cibs/
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