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  1. Hello Everyone! As a few of you already know, I have a massive amount of Atari 2600 games and accessories. I've been looking to sell them off for some time now and I believe it's time for a dedicated thread! So over the next week I'll be listing everything I have in this thread, I am going to organize it by manufacturer and then by variation and I will have separate sections for carts, manuals and boxes. If I have something CIB, I'd be willing to sell the individual parts separately or all together, but will list them separately. I will also have joysticks, paddles, systems and miscellaneous 2600 related items like comics or posters here as well. Numbers in (parenthesis) will indicate how many I have of said item. Anything in [brackets] will be additional information about the item that's not already self-evident and anything in {braces} are additional information unrelated to the [bracketed] information. I will also put cross-outs through items which I'm holding for someone and remove anything that's been sold. I don't really want to get into the extra time of pricing everything so if you're interested in something, post here or pm me and I will respond with High-Res pictures and a price, which would be negotiable as anything is only worth what someone will pay for it. I am also open to trade for just about anything and everything, even non video game stuff. All games are tested and in working condition with top and end labels intact. You can get as many or as few items as you want, even just one. I will ship anywhere, in anyway you want, no matter how big or small an order. As long as you pay the correct shipping. I prefer PayPal gifts so there are no fees, but if that's not possible it will cost a slight bit more to cover the fees, but not much. *THIS LIST IS STARTING SMALL BUT WILL GROW RAPIDLY OVER THE NEXT WEEK AND ONWARDS* *I WILL BUMP THE THREAD AND CHANGE THE DATE IN THE TITLE WHENEVER I ADD THINGS TO THE LIST* Cartridges Atari Text Label 1. Adventure 2. Air-Sea Battle 3. Backgammon (2) 4. Basic Math 5. Basketball 6. Breakout 7. Canyon Bomber 8. Casino (2) [1 is Green, 1 is Yellow] 9. Championship Soccer (2) 10. Circus Atari 11. Codebreaker (2) 12. Combat (13) 13. Dodge 'Em (2) 14. Flag Capture (2) [1 is Green, 1 is Red] 15. Football [Green] 16. Golf 17. Hangman (2) 18. Home Run 19. Human Cannonball 20. Hunt & Score 21. Maze Craze 22. Miniature Golf 23. Night Driver 24. Outlaw 25. Sky Diver 26. Slot Machine 27. Slot Racers 28. Space Invaders (4) 29. Star Ship [black and Yellow Version] 30. Street Racer 31. Surround (3) 32. Video Checkers Picture Label Adventure Air-Sea Battle (2) Asteroids (7) Basketball (2) Berzerk (3) Bowling (3) Breakout Casino (4) Circus Atari (3) Combat (3) Defender (4) Demons To Diamonds (2) Dodge 'Em Football (2) Home Run (2) Indy 500 (3) Maze Craze Missile Command [Lower Case End Label] Night Driver (3) Othello (2) Outlaw (2) Pac-Man (7) Slot Racers (3) Space War (3) Star Raiders (8 ) Street Racer (3) Super Breakout (1) Superman (2) Surround (2) Video Pinball (2) Warlords Yars' Revenge (4) Silver Label Centipede (3) E.T. The Extra Terrestrial (2) Jungle Hunt Kangaroo (2) Krull Moon Patrol Ms. Pac-Man (2) Phoenix (3) Pole Position Raiders Of The Lost Arc RealSports: Baseball (4) RealSports: Football (4) SwordQuest: EarthWorld (3) SwordQuest: FireWorld Vanguard (4) Atari Corp Labels (Post 1984 Gray, Picture & Red) Donkey Kong [1988 ©] {Red} E.T. The Extra Terrestrial [1986 ©] {Gray} Math Gran Prix [1987 ©] {Picture} Mouse Trap [1988 ©] {Red} Pole Position (2) [No © Date Other Than Original Namco ©1982] {Gray} Q*Bert [1988 ©] {Red} Sentinel [1990 ©] {Red} Solaris [1988 ©] {Red} Vanguard [1988 ©] {Gray} Venture [1988 ©] {Red} Sears Text Label 1. Asteroids (2) [64 Games] 2. Blackjack 3. Missile Command (2) 4. Night Driver 5. Pong Sports (3) [1 with Squiggly "S"s, 2 without] 6. Race 7. Space Combat 8. Target Fun Picture Label Demons To Diamonds (2) Pac-Man (2) Activision (All Standard Labels) Barnstorming Bridge Dragster Fishing Derby (2) Freeway (2) Grand Prix (6) Ice Hockey Kaboom! (2) Laser Blast (4) Pitfall II: Lost Caverns Pressure Cooker River Raid Robot Tank (2) Seaquest (2) Skiing (4) Sky Jinks (2) Space Shuttle: A Journey Into Space Stampede Starmaster (3) Tennis Imagic Text Label 1. Atlantis (2) 2. Demon Attack 3. Moonsweeper 4. Star Voyager 5. Trick Shot (2) Picture Label 1. Cosmic Ark 2. Demon Attack (4) 3. Dragonfire 4. Riddle Of The Sphinx (2) 5. Star Voyager Coleco (Sorry For The Long Descriptions Here, Many Variations) Carnival (2) [1 With "Atari® 2600 VCS" & Short Text] [1 With No "Atari® 2600 VCS" & Long Text] {Both "MADE IN U.S.A."} Donkey Kong (4) [All With Long Text & "MADE IN U.S.A."] Mouse Trap (2) [All With Long Text & "MADE IN U.S.A.] Venture (4) [1 With Long Text & "MADE IN U.S.A."] [1 With Long Text & Blank] [2 With "Atari® 2600 VCS", Short Text, "MADE IN U.S.A.", Different Hue On Label & Different Color Plastic] Zaxxon [Long Text & "MADE IN U.S.A."] Parker Brothers Amidar Frogger Mr. Do!'s Castle Q*Bert Reactor (2) Tutankham M Network (Sorry For The Long Descriptions Here, Many Variations) Adventures Of Tron (2) [both Made In Singapore] {1 With M Network Logo Stamped on Cart & No Square } {1 With No Logo & Square On The Underside} Armor Ambush (2) [1 Singapore] [1 Korea, Has Square} {Both Have No Logo} Astroblast (3) [2 U.S.A. With Square & No Logo] [1 Korea With Logo & No Square] BurgerTime [u.S.A.] {With Logo, No Square} Dark Cavern (2) [both Korea, No Logo, Has Square] Frogs and Flies (3) [1 Philippines, Has Logo, No Square] {2 Korea, No Logo, No Square} Kool-Aid Man [singapore, Has Logo, No Square] Lock 'n' Chase (3) [1 Philippines, Has Square] [2 Korea, No Square] {All No Logo} Space Attack [Korea, No Logo, Has Square] Super Challenge Baseball (2) [1 Korea, Has Square] [1 Singapore, No Square] {Both No Logo} Super Challenge Football (3) [1 U.S.A.] [1 Korea] [1 Philippines] {All No Logo, Have Square} INTV Adventures Of Tron [singapore] US Games/Vidtec Commando Raid Sneak'n Peak Space Jockey (3) Word Zapper Data Age Bugs (2) Encounter At L-5 Journey Escape (2) CBS Video Games/CBS Electronics Bluprint (3) GORF Solar Fox TigerVision King Kong [black Text] Threshold Mythicon Fire Fly Star Fox 20th Century Fox Mega Force Turmoil Porky's Worm War I SEGA Congo Bongo (2) Games By APOLLO SpaceChase (Unique Label) Manuals Atari Slim Manuals 3-D Tic-Tac-Toe [Rev. 1] Adventure [Rev. 2] Air-Sea Battle [Rev. 3] Backgammon [Rev. 1] Basic Math [No Revision # + Black Back] Bowling [Rev. 2] Brain Games [Rev. 3] Breakout (2) [both Rev. 3] Canyon Bomner (2) [both Rev. 2] Casino (2) [both Rev. 2] Circus Atari (3) [1 is Rev. 1 with Driving Controller Misprint] [2 are Rev. 2] Codebreaker (2) [both No Revision # + Matrix Back] Combat (2) [both 01 Variant & Printed in Taiwan] {No Revision # + Matrix Back} Dodge 'Em [Rev. 1] Flag Capture (2) [both No Revison # + Matrix Back] Hangman [Rev. 3] Human Cannonball [Rev. 2] Hunt & Score [No Revision # + Matrix Back] Indy 500 [Rev. 5] Maze Craze [Rev. 1] Miniature Golf [Rev .1] Night Driver [both Rev.2] Othello (2) [1 is Rev. 1, 1 is Rev. 2] Slot Racers (2) [both Rev. 3] Street Racer [Rev. 5] Superman [Rev. 3] Surround [Gatefold Version with Big Atari Logo and Matrix on Back] Video Olympics [Rev. 4] Video Pinball [Rev. 1] Large White Manuals Backgammon [Rev. 1] Basic Programming [Rev. 1] Defender [Rev. 1] Demons To Diamond [Rev. 1] Haunted House [Rev. 1] Indy 500 [Rev. 1] Pac-Man (3) [All Rev. 1] Sky Diver [Rev. 1] Space War [Rev. 1] Surround (2) [Rev.1] This is just the beginning, thanks for looking and pm me with any questions. Cheers! ~Matt
  2. Hi All, I recently got a Atari 2600 Vader (4 switch). The problem I have is with the video. The bottom of the screen has a verical bar on each side below the main picture. Also, the left side of the screen I see tearing. Anyone know what can cause this? Thank You.
  3. AtariVCS101

    Atari games

    From the album: Atari Stuff

    All of my games.
  4. AtariVCS101

    Atari 2600 games

    From the album: Atari Stuff

    These are all of my 20 Atari carts for my 2600. 20 games!
  5. What is your Favorite second Gen console out of Atari 2600, Intellivision, and Colecovision? And Why. Provide specific examples why it is your favorite and the games you liked for it. Personally I prefer the Colecovision for its good arcade ports and cool accessories and you gotta love the pack in Donkey Kong
  6. AtariVCS101

    Combat Tank Blow-Up

    From the album: Atari Stuff

    I was playing Combat so when I shot player 2 I decided to take a picture of it. Epic hit!
  7. This will be a Best Offer style sale. (if you don't like it click the 'back' button now!) I have conducted many Best Offer sales over the years and they have all been transparent and honest. Starting at US$450 plus postage. I will post the current highest bids as I find them in my inbox, but they will remain anonymous unless the bidder wishes to post their offer publicly. I'm going to give it about a week and then announce the final 24 hours. Cart is PAL, box is universally 'rare as'. Instruction manual is reproduction. Please check the pics carefully for condition, and ask me any questions. Top flap is partially torn along the fold. Bidding ends and this item will sell on - Wednesday at midnight Local time Sydney. That's: Sydney (Australia - New South Wales) Midnight between Wednesday, 8 May 2013 and Thursday, 9 May 2013 AEST UTC+10 hours Los Angeles (U.S.A. - California) Wednesday, 8 May 2013 at 7:00:00 AM PDT UTC-7 hours New York (U.S.A. - New York) Wednesday, 8 May 2013 at 10:00:00 AM EDT UTC-4 hours Toronto (Canada - Ontario) Wednesday, 8 May 2013 at 10:00:00 AM EDT UTC-4 hours Berlin (Germany - Berlin) Wednesday, 8 May 2013 at 4:00:00 PM CEST UTC+2 hours London (United Kingdom - England) Wednesday, 8 May 2013 at 3:00:00 PM BST UTC+1 hour Corresponding UTC (GMT) Wednesday, 8 May 2013 at 14:00:00
  8. Atari Inc. History Atari Inc. was founded in 1972 by Nolan Bushnell and Ted Dabney. They first made an arcade coin-op version of the 1966 game SpaceWar! They then made other games such as the famous game Pong. In 1977 they released the Atari 2600, which was known as the Atari VCS at the time. It was known as the "Heavy Sixer" because it had six switches and it was quite heavy. It was packaged with the game program cartridge Combat, the game manual for Combat, 2 joystick controllers, a pair of paddle controllers, and the onwer's manual. Production had started in Sunnyvale, California, but production was later moved Hong Kong. They released a revision of the Heavy Sixer called the "Light Sixer" because it was somewhat lighter than the 1977 original. In 1980 they made yet another revision to the 2600 that had only 4 switches on the front. The difficulty switches were the same, but were instead made small black switches on the back alongside the channel switch. Sears had been given permission at the time to sell the 2600 consoles and games, but like they did with a lot of brands, they renamed the 2600 to "Sears Tele-Games", and they even renamed a couple of games from Atari too. The last revision (besides the 2600 Jr.) was the all black "Darth Vader" model. It was the same as the 4-switch except that it was all black. The 2600 Jr. was released as the last revision to the 2600. It was smaller and had a rainbow stripe on the middle of it. It could use all 2600 cartridges too. Atari had made the Atari 5200 soon after the 2600 had came to an end in its life. The 5200 had upgraded quallities from the 2600. The 5200 was meant to compete with the Intellivision. Soon after the 5200 the 7800 was released. The 7800 was backwards compatible with the 2600. By the 1990s the handheld Lynx had been released from Atari. Soon after the Lynx was released the Jaguar was released with 64-bit graphics. Atari had promised disk games, so they released a CD add-on the the Jaguar. In total there were 13 disk games for the Jaguar. Infogrames currently owns the rights to Atari games. The Atari Flashback consoles have been released with a menu of games on them. The Atari Homebrew community still makes games today. The games range from Pacman 4k to Duck Attack to Halo 2600. Many developers love making games today because of 2 main reasons. The first is that many developers are adults that played Atari games in the childhood. The second is that sometimes they can get their games mass-produced and sold in certain places. Many Atari employees weren't credited in games they made, so they made their own game companies. Imagic was formed from 9 disencanted former Atari employees. Activision was formed from 4 former Atari employees too. On Atari employee was told that he was no more important than the person who puts the cartridge in the box. And that is the history of Atari Inc. I hope it was very helpful to anyone's questions about Atari Inc.
  9. Hello everyone! I have never own an atari 2600 before but I love retro gaming so I would like to buy one in the NTSC format. I live in Sweden and here we have PAL witch I somehow dislike but there aren't any NTSC consoles for sales here. Also, there are loads of more games on the NTSC format than on the PAL... The console I'm looking for is the woodgrain version, the first model! I would like to check here on the forum if there is some reliable person who maybe can think to sell one to me. I promise, I'm very honest and I'm NOT going to fool/cheat anyone! AT ALL!!! If someone have a NTSC Atari 2600 console - first model - for sale to Sweden, please let me know! Best regards/Niklas
  10. Games that Glow in Plasma I have a second VCS setup in my living room, a Vader hooked up to a large Plasma display (the Jr just isn't as iconic looking so it's in the basement with the antique Televisions). The luminosity of the VCS is unique and it turbocharges a plama display like no other retro console can; a plethora of colours that show up a bit dull on a tube Television undergo a startling transformation on Plasma, particularly shades of Green. Games like Popeye and Enduro literally come alive with vibrant colour. What are your favourite Plasma games? As a related subtopic, I've noticed many composite mods tend to flatten the outstanding luminosity of the VCS's colour output; I prefer the off spec signal
  11. The Black and White console switch; what are you favourite games to play in grey scale? I've seen a few related threads but there are none I can find ranging the aspect of the Black and White switch I'm contemplating: The colour palette of the VCS is tremendous but it's grey scale compliment is also impressive and has a retro feel and ambiance all it's own - some of my favourite games to play in greyscale are: 1. Defender - even more fun than in colour. 2. Breakout - enough said 3. Pacman - has to be level six as well and it becomes an awesome game; more retro than any other pac version. 4. Space Invaders 5. Combat 6. Video Pinball 7. Chopper Command 8. Alien 9. Frogger 10. Boxing 11. Computer Chess 12. Pitfall There are some others that aren't implemented right like Mr Do (though it's great in colour) and some I'm not particularly inclined to play but playing these classics in greyscale makes me wish more of the greats had the BW palette option - I'm glad black and white Televisions were popular in the 70's
  12. All three books in my Classic Home Video Games series are now 10% off through Amazon. You can check them out here: http://www.amazon.com/Classic-Home-Video-Games-1972-1984/dp/0786469382/ref=pd_bxgy_b_img_y http://www.amazon.com/Classic-Home-Video-Games-1985-1988/dp/0786469374/ref=pd_sim_b_3 http://www.amazon.com/Classic-Home-Video-Games-1989-1990/dp/0786441720/ref=pd_sim_b_1 As always, thanks for reading!
  13. Hello! I purchased this game last year at a thrift store a year ago and was wondering what it's worth I've been looking for information on how much it's worth for awhile and haven't come up with anything yet. It's the rarer color label and it's complete in the box. Does anything know anything about this game? I added a picture to show what the condition is in. DH.bmp
  14. VGChartz, the website which provides free data on video game sales and has a mixed reputation, released a feature on the best-selling Atari 2600 games. http://www.vgchartz.com/article/250871/the-best-selling-atari-2600-games-of-all-time/ It is interesting for several reasons. It has a lower system sales base (27+M) than virtually every other source. It also has some sales figures which do not make sense -- like 820,000 for Custers' Revenge, 630,000 for X-Man, and 470,000 for Karate (the Froggo/Ultravision title). By way of comparison, it lists 460,000 for Circus Atari. I don't know about you, but I have not found 2x as many Custers as I have Circus Ataris. There is also a "complete" sales list: http://www.vgchartz.com/platform/31/atari-2600/ Personally, I think VGChartz does OK on modern historical data which can be verified with corporate reports. I think the weekly numbers need to be taken with a large grain of salt but they are the only data available for free and are probably better on hardware than software (and better on bigger sellers than niche titles). But these Atari 2600 numbers just seem out of what to me.(Many in the Top 10 are in a different order than IGN's from 2008 http://www.ign.com/articles/2008/08/26/top-10-best-selling-atari-2600-games or data on Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_best-selling_video_games#Atari_2600 Mike from Morgantown
  15. Hello guys, I'm looking for a lot of joysticks and/or paddles for Atari 2600, they dont need to be in perfect shape, I can repair them, unless you know they are really useless due to broken cable or stuff like that. To be shipped to Brazil. Thanx
  16. Hello Atariage, So here's the deal, I want to gage opinions on the matter of Rarity 10 (or Unbelieveably Rare) 2600 titles. 1. First of all, how many copies do YOU think exist of the following games, and how much would you value them at both cart only and CIB. Air Raid Birthday Mania Gamma Attack Pepsi Invaders (Coke Wins) Video Life Magicard Xante Carts (how many all in all do you think there are?) Music Machine Eli's Ladder Gauntlet Karate (Ultravision) Atlantis II Mangia Copy Cart ECPC Cartridge 2. Lets talk specifically about Music Machine. Is it just me, or does it seem a lot more common then say ANY of the other games listed? There was one on eBay recently and the seller was asking for $750 bid or $850 BIN, I see MM on eBay often enough that it seems more of a $300 game and not a $500+ game. So I guess my main question here is a game like Music Machine being an R10 and making regular appearances, should it be an R9? Just want a second opinion. 3. Does anyone have a rarity opinion on Beagle Brothers carts? I won the Armor Ambush by the Beagle Brothers in an eBay auction in 2004. How can I determine its absolute authenticity? Thank you all for your help! And thanks for having me on your awesome community! -Cody
  17. Hi, I don't have the games priced yet as it is difficult to figure out on many label variations. I know it's annoying to look without prices so I apologize and I might be throwing some up on ebay or Gamegavel but make an offer if you see something. If I were to post these to auction, I would photograph each cartridge which isn't fun. Help me out, I'm buying too many Wii and games for the kids, I'm going to be posting some Sears games soon with picture labels and the pic Night Driver label. These have all been tested and are in good working condition. They are all NTSC, even the Video Pinball with the "P" on the end label. Let me know if you have questions on condition. I also have a few DVDs that Im selling below because I'm editing this to become a 2600 cart thread. YARS' REVENGE (Red Label) MOUSE TRAP (Red Label) DONKEY KONG JUNIOR (Red Label) SECRET QUEST (Red Label) Q*BERT (Red Label) JR. PAC-MAN (Red Label) SPACE INVADERS (Silver Label, 1980) REALSPORTS VOLLEYBALL (1988, Late-Style Cart) REALSPORTS BASEBALL (1988, Late-Style Cart) REALSPORTS TENNIS (1988, Late-Style Cart, Just Has "TENNIS" on Main Label, "Real Sports Tennis" on End) CRYSTAL CASTLES (with date, 1984) CRYSTAL CASTLES (no date) STARGATE (1987, and Notice Different End Label) MS. PAC-MAN (1987, Late-Style Cart) VANGUARD (1987, Late-Style Cart) GALAXIAN (1987, Late-Style Cart) DIG DUG (1988, Late-Style Cart) MILLIPEDE (1988, Late-Style Cart) MATH GRAN PRIX (1987, Late-Style Cart) BASIC PROGRAMMING (I don't think this is a variation? Still Uncommon) VIDEO PINBALL (P on End Label but is NTSC) BASKETBALL (1987, Late-Style Cart) CODE BREAKER (1986, Error - original factory black tape over error) AIR SEA BATTLE (1987 Copyright, Late-Style Cart) MARIO BROS. (1983, Grey Label with Small Copyright Info) MARIO BROS. (1983, Silver Label with Larger Copyright Info) BREAKOUT (1986,Weird and Cool Orange Label) ROBOT TANK (Blue Label) PITFALL (Blue Label) SPACE SHUTTLE (White Label) ________________________________________________ I also have two DVD's I'd like to sell. The movies are all new and factory sealed unless marked otherwise. I may add a few more and I have some 2600 label variation carts I could let go but don't want to, the wife is boss. She's right though, I buy way too much stuff and don't sell enough of the "I'm only buying these for ebay" games I've had for years. Anyway, I'm looking to ship within the USA and would be glad to accept PayPal. The prices shown do not include shipping which we can work out, a couple dollars for First Class. $3 - NEW DVD: Stan Lee's Mutants, Monsters & Marvels - This DVD features Filmaker Kevin Smith and contains two features on one DVD, "Cheating Spider-Man" and "Here Come the Heroes". It states the running time at 95 Minutes (Not Including Extras) - so it's even longer! The DVD is loaded with Extras which you should be able to see in the picture. $3 - NEW DVD with Free Digtal Copy: TRESPASS - This movie star Nicolas Cage and Nicole Kidman, it includes a Bonus Digital Copy!
  18. I would like to hear what is your favorite Atari 2600 game of all time? if you have more than one favorite, please, list more than one. My favorite is Activision's Freeway cartridge. It has that distinct Frogger feeling, but at a 5-lane highway with chickens. the control and game styles are fluent, love the difficulty, and I absolutely love Activision's creativity. Post a comment on what you think your favorite or favorites are, and you don't have to, but explain why you like them. thank you very much. Cody Kolbinskie- Retro gamer since 1997, collector since 1999
  19. Hello! I am selling off all of my extra Atari 2600 games. I have far too much to list here so please email me at [email protected] and I will send you the list in an Excel spreadsheet. I also offer joystick repair services if you want a stick fixed and fixed right! In addition to games, I have a Wico Bat Handle joystick and 2 boxed Competition Pro 1000 joysticks from Coin Control. Also I have a few working consoles as well. Thank for reading! Email me with any questions! ~Matt
  20. I am looking for Atari 2600 cartridges (working ones) to grow my collection for under $20 if anyone can help me out let me know, give me a PM and I will let you know which ones i'll grab for my collection. Thank you. Cody Kolbinskie- Retro collector since 1997.
  21. Apart from trying to get the Raspberry to fit a 2600 jr without hacking away to much of it, I have been looking at wiring up some Atari joystick ports with the GPIO method of which there are a few documented options out there. At the moment I using a ps2 keyboard mouse adapter in one usb port and the other port for a usb to midi interface. I don't want to overload with to many options so was considering the options of a GPIO board with more features, I've come across some examples of expanding the capabilities of the breakout board using a cpld +i2c combination. Examples I've thought of are an FPGA, some original 8 bit chips such as TIA+6502/6507. Ideally Jeri Ellsworth would get her stockpile of chips on the market! https://twitter.com/...325244607832066 Either that or Curt bring out a flashback 2 breakout board with the 2600 on a chip. Anyway possible problems with this? Would the GPIO be fast enough to handle the data transfer? Finally Why? 1. Just Because 2. Raspberry Pi is gaining a lot of interest 2. An 8-bit type system interface to the Pi might make for a nice intro system educationally Any thoughts?
  22. I have some stuff sitting around in my garage, all of these things are tested working perfectly. Noted if missing parts or accessories: I'll get pictures up soon. Atari Flashback 2 w/manual - looks new works perfectly but no power supply, no joysticks Several Atari 2600's, 4 switchers, light sixer - no power supplies Atari 2600 heavy sixer - works perfectly but needs a video cable and the power switch post is busted off (switch itself is functional however). Coleco ADAM software bundle: Smart LOGO, Smart Filer - both have all the packaging and manuals etc., tested working. Coleco ADAM small stack of user manuals, SmartBASIC manuals, SmartWriter manuals - look brand new. If any interest lets work a trade deal, as always I collect: Commodore, Atari 8-bit, Timex-Sinclair, TI-99/4A, Coleco Adam, TRS-80 Color Computer - Don't collect Atari 2600 stuff per se. Commodore 1531 would be great, Coleco ADAM disk Manager software, SmartBASIC tape or disk, Carts... let me know what you have - I'm in Washington State.
  23. Hey everyone, in hopes of getting my cpu upgraded I'm putting up some things, and some stuff... Shuttle Orbiter Hope this is something you want in your collection!
  24. I current working on my new project "Turmoil Deluxe Beta" Its a remake of the old Atari 2600 "Turmoil" https://play.google....gstudio.turmoil screenshot_challenge von me_app auf Flickr screenshot_level von me_app auf Flickr Leveleditor: screenshot_leveleditor von me_app auf Flickr Thank you for watching... Please give me some feedback and check it out. Cheers, Martin
  25. Hello kindly people, & internet. I've been holding onto this gem since it was discovered in the basement, but really, textbooks need to be bought and my coffers are all dried up. Out of Control by the Avalon Hill Game company is up for auction, with a starting bid of $150 - a real bargain if the historical worth of this game has anything to say about it. It doesn't come with any box or manual, but the cartridge is in sturdy shape, with only a little sticker wear around the edge of the sticker on the cartridge. Here's a link to the auction page. Out of Control Hope this winds up in your collection! Happy bidding.
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