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  1. Lets see them! Share the glory that is your 3DO collection. Pictured are my games cased and long boxes (have a few more in storage) and games in CD cases which i will be casing in DVD cases soon. Finally got the Doctor Hauzer english translation. I'll take a pic of my FZ-1 and controllers when i get home.
  2. SmellyJelly

    Disc Games

    From the album: Smelly's Setup

    Here are all of my Disc games (minus my PS3 collection). From top to bottom we have OG Xbox, Wii, Wii-U, Gamecube, PSX, Dreamcast, and Manga :^)

    © SmellyJelly

  3. SmellyJelly

    My Atari Games.

    From the album: Smelly's Setup

    The 2600 is my favorite system to collect for. From the Cartridge art, to the charm of how simple the games were, I just love the 2600 so much. Easily my favorite games are Pitfall!, Haunted House, Berzerk, and Yar's Revenge. The Halloween cartridge is just a reproduction cart.

    © SmellyJelly

  4. Hello! I have Atari XEGS games reproductions for sale. An article regarding this is available on: https://www.vintageisthenewold.com/new-reproduction-game-cartridges-available-for-atari-xegs-and-xl-xe-computers/ The official XEGS games list is as follows: Ace of Aces Airball Archon: The Light and the Dark Ballblazer Barnyard Blaster Battlezone Blue Max Bug Hunt Choplifter Crime Buster Crossbow Crystal Castles Dark Chambers David's Midnight Magic Desert Falcon Donkey Kong Eastern Front (1941) Fight Night Flight Simulator II Food Fight GATO HardBall! Into the Eagle's Nest Karateka Lode Runner Mario Bros. Necromancer One-on-One Basketball Rescue on Fractalus! Star Raiders II Summer Games Thunderfox Also, I can make reproductions of the unreleased XEGS prototypes: Commando Tower Toppler Deflektor Mean 18 Midi Maze An last, but certainly not the least, I have some XEGS conversions available: Pooyan! Montezuma Again! (new hack game from Montezuma's Revenge, topic regarding this: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/283253-montezuma-arrangement/ ) The pcbs can fit in a Atari standard cartridge case. You can visit my YouTube channel with demonstrations and tutorials on how to assemble them: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCg5eRNgGIkWoUcwHs_YbkDA If you are interested, you can PM me on this account. Cheers!
  5. I need a game box for Super Mario Land,Tetris, Bonk's adventure, Revenge of the gator, Castlevania adventure,Burger time deluxe, Wario Land 1, Wario Land 3, and Pokemon Gold. If you have any of these reply so that we can establish a price.
  6. When I got my 2600 Harmony Cart, I did a hard assessment of my physical carts and shed quite a few that I didn't deem to be "keepers." Just of the top of my head I would never get rid of at least one copy of: -Combat -Bowling -Centipede -Skiing -River Raid -Halo 2600 -Kaboom -Pole Position -Frogger -Pitfall -Space Invaders -Pac Man -Adventure -Atlantis -Frog' N Flies -Outlaw -Commando Raid -Freeway And a few dozen more I can't think of right now because i'm at work. Despite everdrives, emulators, etc, what are your physical 2600 carts you would never consider parting ways with, no matter what.
  7. I am starting a Facebook Page for The Atari Portfolio which will be Closed,and I need 3 admins that really know their stuff around The Atari Portfolio........... Russ Campbell (Mr Portfolio) Yes I wrote the article , What Good Is An Atari Portfolio way back in the old days.
  8. SOLD - $30 + actual shipping charges for everything - would prefer shipping to U.S. only. Payment accepted through PayPal. PM me with questions or if interested: * Nintendo Gameboy (Blue) Model MGB-001 (all games are loose - cartridges only) * Midway Arcade Hits - Moon Patrol / Spy Hunter * MIB - Men in Black * Pokemon Special Pikachu Edition * Bomberman * Ballistic * Test Drive Off-Road 3 * Pokemon Pinball * James Bond 007 * Pokemon Trading Card Game * Game Shark (Not sure if this works correctly or not. I do not know how to use it). This was all part of my son's collection. He moved out a few years back and didn't want any of this stuff. We're finally cleaning out his room.
  9. I've created this thread to contain all of my future Astrocade video overviews and reviews. Let's get started! Today, I made an overview video of Bally Artillery, a game for the Astrocade. I was browsing random issues of Creative Computing on archive.org on June 7, 2018 when I came across a game that I had never heard of before: Bally Artillery by John W. Rhodes. This game isn't to be confused with Artillery Duel by John Perkins. Both have the same idea, but they are completely different programs. Even though this game was published in August 1982, the author seems to imply in his write-up that it was written in late 1978 or early 1979, shortly after he got his Bally Arcade. You can view the Bally Artillery article with the type-in program, here: http://www.ballyalley.com/type-in_programs/basic/basic.html#BallyArtilleryBASICTypeIn Here are the authors notes from the Bally Artillery article: "In December of 1978 I was ready to buy my first computer system, but my requirements were not easy to meet. I wanted something that could handle arcade-quality games, had high- resolution graphics capability, color display, and Basic in PROM. "I was not satisfied with anything my local dealers had to show (no one I visited had a Compucolor. the Apple dealers were showing low-resolution only, and the Atari was only a rumor), but on the basis of the (somewhat premature) advertising for the keyboard/expansion unit. I decided to buy a Bally Professional Arcade. I could use Tiny Basic for a while, and turn it into a "real" machine in just a few short months. "It was just a few short months later that the local dealers began to show Compucolors and high-resolution Apples, and it seemed that the Bally expansion unit was more of a rumor than the Atari 800. I would visit the showrooms, see those beautiful full-size keyboards, watch people work in "real" Basic and be as green as the color monitors. "I particularly liked the artillery game that Compucolor called 'Shoot...' This game generates a random terrain display and wind factor and positions two artillery emplacements on the screen so that two opponents can take turns trying to obliterate each other. Eventually I resolved that I either had to buy a Compucolor or program this game on my Bally. I chose the latter. "This turned out to be quite a challenge with less than 2K of memory and integer-only Tiny Basic. But the Bally Basic is quite sound for game programming and easy to work with. The greatest difficulty was finding an integer sine routine, but after searching the magazines I found a routine to adapt to my purpose. I started out using a full ballistic equation, but soon found by experimentation that I could use an approximation. This eliminated an integer square-root routine and added speed in the bargain. "I spent approximately two months writing, debugging, and fine-tuning the program, but it was worth the effort. "A few months later I did buy the Compucolor and have been using it ever since. I'm well satisfied with it and use it for a variety of tasks. But my wife and I still enjoy the Bally for its games, especially the artillery game." The article also includes notes and an explanation of how the program works. I'm not sure how I overlooked it before now. Bally Artillery appeared in a major publication. How has it remained under the radar all of this time? Thanks to Lance Squire for typing in Bally Artillery last week. Since he put in the effort, I was able to give the game a try today. I made a video of the game that includes gameplay footage, an overview, and a BASIC listing. You can watch my video on YouTube, here: You can download the original 595MB MP4 video from archive.org: https://archive.org/details/BallyArtillerybyJohnRhodesforAstrocade When Lance get the kinks worked out in Artillery Duel and it's error-free, then I'll added this "AstroBASIC" game to BallyAlley.com. Enjoy! Adam
  10. We hear a lot about the Atari and its NTSC artifact being used by programmers to get more colours in hi-res modes but I don't think I've ever seen (and couldn't find when I searched) any discussion of PAL games that took advantage of the way PAL displays horizontally blur the display allowing for dithering effects to increase the palette and achieve transparency effects or half bright colours the way it was done on machines like the mega drive and spectrum. Are there any PAL games on the Atari that use these techniques?
  11. I have a bunch of Atari 2600 game carts but they are missing their respective game case and manual, so I am looking to buy a few game boxes for them.
  12. The Java game library seems to be unexplored considering that it's one of the most popular programming languages and that it's supported by so many systems.
  13. Hey guys, so I finally got myself an Atari 1040 STf. I used to own one back 1992 and I really missed it. Now the only thing is, I have like zero games for it. I know there are Goteks and Ultrasatans out there and I might buy one of those one day but for now I really just want some good old floppy disks so I can enjoy it the way I used to back in the day. At this point, Im not too picky as Id be happy to play almost anything at this point but I will list some of my favorites that Id love to have. With that said, if you have anything available and its not on my list, please let me know anyways. The only two things are, first, I really would like to have them in box if possible as I find the box art makes a real cool display piece and second, I live in Canada, so if you are from the UK or the USA, it only makes sense for me to buy multiple games at once since the shipping starts our pretty expensive but it doesnt go up much the more you add. Anyways, thanks to everyone that takes the time to look at my post and for all replies. Top Wanted Games: Arkanoid Ballyhoo Code Name: Iceman Flood Forgotten Worlds Gold Rush James Pond 2 Kings Quest 1,2,3 & 4 Lemmings Marble Madness Police Quest 1 & 2 Rod-Land Sensible Soccer Space Quest 1,2 & 3 Tetris Time Bandit
  14. Around last year I was able to get a huge lot of TI-99 games. I am just now getting to them and I noticed that i couldn't find any information on some of the games. I figured i would post some pictures and all of the info I know. The first game is a version of multiplication, except it wasn't released by Texas Instruments. The next one is called Khe Sanh Guerilla War in Viet Nam. The game is on a disk, and produced by Not Polyoptics. The next game is Tower, also made by Not Polyoptics. This one is a cassette. The next one is B-1 nuclear bomber. It is a cassette. I can find Wikipedia saying it exists, but no photos. It is still sealed. finally I have Star Trap. When I looked up this game, it always states that it was made by Excltec, when mine says its made by DataBioTics Inc.. All of the other photos are games that are documented to exist, but have no pictures online. Space patrol, spy's demise, and red baron.
  15. Hi guys. I'm Orionsangel. I'm a life long gamer. I grew up with Atari and have had almost every console imaginable. I hung out in Arcades in the 80's. I still play games to this day even modern games. So last year I started making bezels for retro games on Mame. My idea was to bring the arcade experience at home without owning the arcade machines. Check them out. https://www.youtube.com/orionsangel Playlist - http://bit.ly/2u1Yl42 Here are some examples.
  16. After 29 days (including waiting for parts) I finally restored (partially) my friends Atari 2600. It had been sitting in his Mom's closet for 25+ years and when I plugged it in, it worked like a charm. I placed a fresh coat of paint (trim) and restored his joystick with all new parts because the parts that were inside were very worn, especially the top of his joystick. I fixed and replaced much more (link provided). I gave his Atari 2600 a nice bubble bath w/ scrub (laughs) and a nice (small) moderate shine. The parts that can be washed that is. LMBO. Enclosed is a before (top) and after (bottom) photo. My friend died in 2007 from a chronic disease at age 38, thus last month his Mom sent me his Atari system as a gift. Enclosed is the entire project at the link below. Click on images for description. The story begins on photo #2. RIP Charley. PS All the games were his (I cleaned and shined them up/contacts), excluding Donkey Kong, which I purchased. https://flic.kr/s/aHsm6ZFZ3Q
  17. Hey, I am an electronics engineer student and as my final career project I want to create a game console in an FPGA. It is going to be a 2D video game console, the maximun amount of colors is 256 and is going to be developed in a Spartan6. I want to know your thoughts or any question you have. And if you can, please fill in the survey.
  18. Ok, so after the Oregon Trail (California Bound) Project, I am rather bored, and need a new challange! Are there any games (Preferably text-based) that you would like to have on the TI-99 series? Depending on the size of the project, the game(s) may or may not get their own thread.
  19. My name is Robert Anschuetz. Together with my brother Eric Anschuetz and friend John Weisgerber, we wrote 3 Atari BASIC games that were published in 1985 in Antic magazine (Kooky's Quest (Feb. 1985), Overflow (July 1985), and Robot Dungeon (Nov. 1985, Antic Disk Bonus). In addition to these three games, we also submitted and sold two games to Compute! Magazine that were never published (Kooky Klimber and Night Rescue). We also wrote several other games that were never offered for publication. We are now releasing all of these games to the Public Domain with the hope that the Atari 8-Bit community will take a look at them, and perhaps they can be added to the Holmes or TOSEC archives for preservation. Again, these are not new games, but they are new to the Atari 8-Bit community. Many of these games really pushed the envelope at the time for what could be done in Atari BASIC, including bi-directional smooth scrolling, assembly language subroutines, parallax scrolling, cut scenes, attract modes, display-list tricks, interleaved-displays, etc. In conjunction with the release of these games, we have written a short article that describes how we got together as a team to write these programs, along with game instructions, and development notes. This article gives a really good insight into what it was like in the 1980's to discover the hidden programming secrets of the Atari computers during many late-night programming sessions. All of these games were written for an Atari 400/800 with 48K RAM (most run with less) and BASIC. An Atari 800XL configuration should run all of these games with no problem. Each game is saved to an individual ATR file, which also includes an AUTORUN.SYS that automatically runs the game at coldstart bootup. One note, after the games start, almost all of them require a lengthy initialization process. Even after the "Press Start to Begin", some require another minute of initialization before the game actually starts. As part of this release, we updated one of our old games called "Alien Assault" because it only ran with a cassette system. It now works fine with a disk. Included in the zip file are both versions. We are also re-releasing a 2017 version of the game "Robot Dungeon" that was originally published as an Antic Disk Bonus in November 1985. The original game had 3 levels of 400 rooms. This newer update cuts the size of the levels way down and makes the game winnable (the cut scene at the end is worth seeing!). The user can create mazes of any size from 5x5 to 20x20. The ATR comes with three 5x5 levels (25 rooms per level) (use the filename D:DUNJIN.DAT to load the maze). We have also added a cheat so you can walk through interior walls and not be killed by monsters. ​Attachments include the "Anschuetz/Weisgberber/Anschuetz Atari 8-Bit Programming Saga" as well as a zip file containing all the ATRs that can be run with an emulator. Again, remember to have BASIC turned on and Coldboot to auto-run these games. And be patient during initialization! We hope that you enjoy this release of "new old stock" games! And if anyone can submit these to the Atari repositories, please do so! ​ Sincerely, ​Robert Anschuetz / Eric Anschuetz / John Weisgerber Atari 8-Bit Game Programs - Anschuetz-Wesigerber-Anschuetz.pdf AWA ATR Floppy Disk Images.zip
  20. I have too much stuff and between a few sites including ebay I've been selling off chunks of my collection for a few years now. I'm now under 400 physical games, like to push it under 300. If anything is marked as pending there's an ebay bid or someone has interest in it. Prefer to only sell or trade within the US, but if you're in good standing I may work it out with you but shipping below is for US only. Sales Terms: - Shipping usually on anything first class mail will be $3, up to $4 if closer to the 15oz limit. - US Shipping Only (may make per person exceptions) - I will trade, but few games I want (ask) but I do like G1 Transformers and other 70s/early 80s Japanese Robots, also some Lego I will bundle and drop the price with more stuff picked up. I have images of anything up for sale in my photobucket account: http://s232.photobucket.com/user/tanooki-suit/library/sales?sort=9&page=1 Current Gaming Stuff for Sale: Game Gear: $7 (GG) Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse $7 (GG) Dragon Crystal $7 (GG) Land of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse $7 (GG) Legend of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse $15 (GG) (The) Lost World: Jurassic Park $6 (GG) Revenge of Drancon aka Wonderboy $15 (GG) Ristar the Shooting Star $15 (GG) Samurai Shodown $25 (GG) Shining Force: The Sword of Hajya Genesis: $8 (GEN) Disney's Aladdin $15 (GEN) Exile $8 (GEN) Mystic Defender $15 (GEN) Sonic the Hedgehog 3 $20 (GEN) Steel Empire $10 (GEN) World of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse & Donald Duck $15 (GEN) ASCIIWare Fighter Stick SG-6 Arcade Joystick NIntendo Handhelds (All Gameboys, DS, 3DS): $12 (GBC) Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine w/manual $5 (GBC) Rampage World Tour $35 (GB/C) Pokemon Yellow Version Special Pikachu Edition - (9/17) Freshly Installed NEW Battery $30 (GBC) Pokemon Silver Version - (9/17) Freshly Installed NEW Battery $5 (GBC) Batman Beyond Return of the Joker $5 (GBC) Lemmings / Oh No More Lemmings $65 (GBA) Pokemon LeafGreen complete in box with wireless adapter, box is damaged $5 (GBA) Yu-Gi-Oh! Worldwide Edition: Stairway to the Destined Duel (Plays in English) $7 (GBA) Godzilla Domination $15 (GBA) Ice Nine $20 (GBA) R-Type III $6 (NDS) Prince of Persia the Fallen King NIntendo Consoles (NES, Famicom, SNES, N64): $10 (FC) Twinbee $7 (FC) Macross $15 (FC) Daiku no Gen San $15 (SNES) Prince of Persia $7 (SNES) Smart Ball $40 (PC) Civilization Chronicles Complete, Card Game Still Sealed and Maps never unfolded, most discs never used, spotless Sony Playstation 4 Games (ALL CIB, Like New or New): $7 (PS4) Call of Duty Ghosts $10 (PS4) Destiny - The Taken King: Legendary Edition $10 (PS4) God of War III: Remastered $10 (PS4) Tomb Raider the Definitive Edition $10 (PS4) Wolfenstein the New Order $10 (PS4) Wolfenstein the Old Blood $15 (PS4) Godzilla $20 (PS4) The Pinball Arcade NON-Gaming Stuff -- Vintage Toys, etc: $7 Terminator Endo Skull LootCrate Exclusive $30 Samurai Giral Real Bout Highschool DVD Box Set w/audio CD complete excellent $15 NEW - Lupin the 3rd Castle of Cagiolstro BluRay Sealed w/sleeve $30 New (w/busted box and 1 of 4 bags but 100%+ -- Lego 8011 (2002) Jango Fett Complete mostly sealed/new $70 GI Joe 1989 Sgt Slaughter's Marauders Armadillo Tank Sealed NEW IN BOX $5 Low-Light (v1)(Series 5-1986) - Red/Black goggles $5 Cobra Commander (v3)(Series 6-1987) - Blue/Silver helmet $(LOT) Crystal Ball (v1)(Series 6-1987) - Gray/black hair-brown Psyche-Out (v1)(Series 6-1987) - Blonde/Green shirt Star Wars Vintage Kenner Action Figures --Empire Strikes Back-- $5 Bossk (1980)- missing blaster rifle (lizard head) --Return of the Jedi-- $7 AT-ST Driver (1984) -missing blaster (gray helmet, shades) $10(LOT) Bib Fortuna (1983) -missing staff, soft-goods cloak, chest armor General Madine (1983) -missing baton Klaatu (1983) -missing vibro lance, soft-goods skirt (green head) Rancor Keeper (1984) -missing headdress, staff
  21. I recently bought an upright arcade machine and I am working on selling off a bunch of excess stuff so that I can buy the parts I need. Please check out my auctions here... eBay Seller: bluec300 Thank you and I will be listing more video game and arcade stuff soon!
  22. I've always been into collecting original games and never "cheating" by using emulators or contraptions that use an SD card and such. But I've learned that there's loads of homebrews and new games being made for a lot of the older systems that I play, it mainly started with the C64, but I just recently purchased the Harmony cartridge for the Atari 2600 as well, only to be able to experience these new games that I've missed out on I don't intend to use the Harmony for the original released games, these I will continue collecting But I intend to use it for the types of games that I can't find physical releases of. Since I'm a total n00b when it comes to this field I'm wondering if there's some kind souls on here that might give me som advice on where to start looking, and any particular homebrew games that I really should try to get Thanks in advance!
  23. I have just completed the final proof of the 4th set of peel & stick Intellivision cover photos. These die cut 1.9 x 2.5 inch stickers are designed to fit perfectly onto the top of standard game cartridges. This project was not without some mishaps, adjustments, & revisions. For those of you that are wanting completed sets of game labels I will be sending PMs to each of you as soon as I have them printed out. Still to do the really rare labels which will be even tougher. Thanks for all the support to everyone in this great group of people.
  24. Kelsey is a Bandai Wonderswan collector and she shares her buying tips, covering the three different handhelds, crazy accessories (a robot and programming kit!?) and some of her favorite Non-Japanese games. Games shown: GunPey Ex Clock Tower Final Fantasy 1 & 2 Puzzle Bobble Puyo Puyo Tsu Ganso JaJaMaru-kun (remake of Ninja JaJaMaru-kun) Tane-o-Maku Tori (Birds Sow the Seeds) Buffers Evolution Rhyme Rider Kerorikan Rockman EXE WS Beat Mania Kaze no Klonoa - Moonlight Museum One Piece - Grand Battle Swan Colloseum Buy Wonderswan here: http://goo.gl/m11ZoE Anybody else here collect Wonderswan?
  25. Hi all, I´m late this year, sorry for that. But of course the ABBUC Softwarecompetition will continue. Slightly updates rules will follow, find the latest news at: http://www.abbuc.de/atari/software-ressort/81-software/softwarewettbewerbe/1795-software-wettbewerb-2016 Most important change: This year there will be TWO (2) categories, both will pay 500€ for the first place: "Games" and "Applications" Stay tuned for more information. Happy Coding!
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