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  1. Atari 2600 $99 12 games, two joysticks, high quality s-video and RCA cables. games. $99 Games that are included with the system are Donkey Kong Jr Midnight Magic Mouse Trap Solaris Moon Patrol Ms. Pacman Centipede Galaxian Frogger Q*bert The Empire Strikes Back Popeye Games ($8 min) Games arranged by rarity (feel free to make any offers )
  2. I am selling my Atari 400 computer and Atari 410 Cassette Writer. They can be seen here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Atari-400-Vintage-Computer-and-410-Cassette-Read-Writer-/221955724720?hash=item33ad9795b0:g:ITMAAOSwNphWXLvH -ArdsleyTank
  3. This thread is asleep for now. I'll wake it up at a later time. Well this an odd start. I don't have an Atari 5200 but I'm looking for the Wico Command Control Joystick and the Keypad that goes with it. I would hate to get an Atari 5200 with an official controller and try to refurbish the controller myself. Also, the fire buttons seem too much like the 7800 controller which can give you a severe hand cramp. I know these aren't exactly the cheapest controller to purchase. So I welcome any reasonable offer. Below is a picture of what I'm looking for: I'm also looking for a 2 port system here: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/245575-wanted-atari-5200-2-port-s-video-and-composite-modded/
  4. Hey guys, I'm new here, but I recently saved a load of stuff from the garbage. A lot of this stuff I have no idea on the value, so I'm posting it here in hopes that people will find it interesting and make fair offers. I don't expect to get "ebay prices", I'd just like this to go to people who will enjoy it. Pictures are below. I realize most of them are inadequate, so if you'd like to see something in more detail, let me know and I'll post more pictures! I ship from Provo, UT. Local pickup is totally acceptable! Not pictured: 7x 1541 Commodore disk drives. Probably not worth their shipping weight, but if you can think of something let me know!
  5. Hi. I'm trying to extract music from one demo file (X-Files, The (1988-02-01)(SHP)(pl)[stereo]), all I get after extracting is 14 corrupted 1Kb files. I tried to use ATADIM, makeATR, Altirra, etc- no luck... Are there any chances to extract the sound files? Thanks in advance for any help P.S. The demo file itself- http://nitroroms.com/show/file-info/L45161/Atari_8Bit/X-Files,%20The%20(1988-02-01)(SHP)(Pl)[stereo].atr.html
  6. Hello i have a atari jaguar ,i colocate the new regulator but i have a black screen and not load the cartridges please some one help me with information about this . the name of the regulator is this MC34163DW I put a new capacitor too . but the black screen never changes but the light turn's on ,i put a audio video cable and i get a green image in the TV . I have two atari jaguar's with this same trouble and i have way to put working on. thanks for your patience!
  7. ...just what the title says. I sold the only one I had several months ago and I'm itching to start playing again. LMK if you guys have one that you wouldn't mind parting with. Thanks! Edit: I'm also looking for a Microsoft branded Xbox controller (s type)
  8. I recently bought a working Light Sixer and after 4 days the B/W switch went out. It works some of the time, but it can get stuck on B&W very easily. Sometimes it just goes to B/W for no reason. Typically when this happens if I leave it alone for a few days it'll be working but other times it won't. Also the reset switch sometimes does not respond. I have a second light sixer with a burnt out video capacitor on the MB. Would it be possible to use it's switches as parts for my newer system? Could it just be dirty contacts on the new system? Any suggestions? I can't solder to save my life but I feel comfortable opening stuff up, cleaning, and replacing easy parts. I have some friends that might be able to solder for me if that's my only option. I guess the other option would be to replace the "Chicklet" capacitor on the broken atari and hope that fixes it, but I tried to buy the part from Radio Shack a few years ago and just got shrugs. Anyway just throwing this out there looking for advice/suggestions.
  9. What Is It? Hayesduino is an Arduino sketch that provides a bridge between the world of the Internet and small devices that do not have built-in ethernet capabilities. Old computers, such as the Commodore 64, Apple II and Atari 800 have serial ports, but do not have readily available Internet solutions with wide software support. While specialized solutions do exist for these platforms, they all require specialized software to use them and do not lend themselves to more general usage such as simply opening a socket, sending some data, and/or receiving some data. Hayesduino bridges this gap by emulating a Hayes compatible modem. This allows users to initiate Internet communications via sockets that are opened by "dialing" to a hostname and port. An example would be initiating a telnet session with a host by simply typing atdt hostname:23 and waiting for the host to respond. Using this technique, any online socket can be reached and communicated with. Hayesduino could have accomplished this without emulating a modem, but there needed to be a good way to allow the small machine to receive incoming connections. The three platforms listed above were all very popular systems for hosting BBS (bulletin board systems) which would accept calls over a telephone line via modem. Hayesduino simulates the incoming phone call whenever the software receives an inbound connection on port 23 (this is changeable in the code). When an incoming connection is detected, the Hayesduino will toggle the DCE-DCD line to trigger the remote software to answer the incoming "call". In this way a classic BBS can be hooked up directly to the Internet. http://hayesduino.codeplex.com
  10. Anyone have an Atari tattoos? Symbols, logos, mascots, etc? Post them here...
  11. I can either do money or trade. Stuff for trade: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/228532-complete-genesis32x-lot-interest-money-or-trade-prices-added/ http://atariage.com/forums/topic/225148-segasaturns-fs-threadbooks-computer-parts-etc-updated-721/?do=findComment&comment=2984944 Or money if we can do a deal! I'm looking for a lot of different Lynx games. Just pm me with what you have!
  12. Hello everyone, I am looking for a Joystick Y Splitter Cable (2 controllers into 1 gameport) for my ColecoVision, Atari and Genesis. Its a DB9 type plug and Loose would be fine. Not looking for CIB ..but if one is available cheap enough, i may be a buyer still.. Here's some names of the companies that produced these cables: - Wico - Dynamics - Newport Controls - Questar Controls - Gemini Industries I don't prefer one company over another.. ANY brand will do and have been looking for one for months now. Never thought it would be this tough! Anyway.. If anyone has a working one to spare, you will be rewarded handsomely. I might even consider non working cable since i might able to repair it but it would have to be very cheap. Please PM me if you are able to help in any way, I'd really appreciate it! Thanks for looking and for your time.. -Todd
  13. i am selling my NOS mint condition Atari 2600. Box is worn,but everything else is untouched. please dont hesitate to contact me if you have any queries! http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=171412043520&ssPageName=STRK:MESE:IT
  14. Hi all, I have decided to start thinning out my collection so I have for sale an Atari 2600 with 160 games built in. This seems to be a rare one. I'd like $99 or near for this as a bare console. It's tested and working. I can post locally within Australia or world-wide, postal weight is 1.5 Kg. Please note, FAQ attached! cheers all Graham.Percy 2600_160.pdf
  15. Why do 16-bit light guns look so ridiculous? SNES Super Scope: Sega Menacer: Compared to these 8-bit offerings: Famicom Revolver: NES Gray Zapper: NES Orange Zapper: SMS Light Phaser: Atari XG-1: I mean, I can understand that in the 90s, video game and toy makers were pressured to make guns look unrealistic as possible, but come on, the Super Scope and Menacer just look absolutely ridiculous. Even later gen systems like the PS1 Namco Guncon look normal in comparison. What's worse, with all the modular detachable pieces that can get lost over the years, it's nearly impossible to find one complete.
  16. FOR SALE: ATARI ST 520 STFM WITH 2.5MB MARPET MEMORY UPGRADE COMPUTER RETRO CONSOLE SYSTEM REFURBISHED TESTED CLEANED Fully refurbished and tested. Please look at the large pictures at the bottom. This Atari has been stripped down and thoroughly cleaned inside and out. No cracks to the case and, considering its age, this Atari is in superb condition! A few minor scratches to the top of the case which can be seen in the pictures, and underneath the Atari which is also visible in the pictures below. The Atari comes with a RF aerial cable (on request) and power cable (on request). Fully tested with an external floppy drive, monochrome and colour monitor, hard drive, printer and RF output to ensure all ports are operational. Technical details:- TOS v1.02 GEM v0.13 AES v1.20 Marpet 2.5Mb memory upgrade kit installed giving a total of 2.5Mb of memory Ideal for Cubase, games and other MIDI applications Minimal yellowing - see pictures below Manufactured 22/04/1987 The floppy drive head has been cleaned and reads, writes and formats floppy disks reliably. The joystick and mouse ports have been re-soldered. Sometimes these develop dry or broken solder joints, or develop intermittent faults over the years due to mice and joysticks being connected and removed . The memory has been tested with a 100 pass hardware memory read and write test. The Atari has been running for 24 hours to ensure to ensure there are no overheating issues. This Atari has a Marpet Memory Upgrade installed with a 2.5Mb memory upgrade to the system. What's included in this auction Atari STFM computer RF aerial cable (on request) 13A to IEC power cable (on request) Price: £55.00 + P&P P&P to UK is £12.50 P&P to Europe is £25.00
  17. Dear friends When I bought my first Atari 800XL, in 1984, I immediately realized to have in my hands not only a good “game machine” but also a powerful ‘didactic’ instrument to learn. I enjoyed myself with several good games published in the first half of the 80’s and then, I started to program with the excellent Basic available on the Atari 8 bit trying to explore and exploit the graphic and the sound of my machine. Italian books or magazines were almost not existing and, obviously, Internet was far to be a solution… I didn’t stop in my passion and, with many difficulties, I was able to get some documents in English from the USA. With these info and billions of hours awake in the night, I made the jump from Basic to the ‘mystic’ Machine Language... In those years it was very popular “Winter Games” by Epyx but, unfortunately, it didn’t exist an Atari version. For this reason I decided to try to convert the Ski Jump event and to show my creation to Lindasoft, a mythical Italian software house supporting the 8-bit world. The meeting was very positive and they asked me to complete an ‘Atarian’ version of winter games. I finished the game and it was published (obviously without the Ski Jump event, too similar to the original from Epyx) but, due to the Italian Atari market, based mainly on systems connected with cassette recorders, Lindasoft decided to sell it only on tape... a multi-event game is conceptually made to be run by diskette and the cassette version was not a good idea. Now, after a lot of years, and thanks to the support of Filippo Santellocco ( http://www.santelloc...atari/index.htm ) and other friends, It's possible for me to recover this old program and to share it with all you in this complete and never released disk version. I've prepared also an English version of the instruction manual and I recommend you to read it before to play White Circus is a multi-event sport game, it runs on all Atari 8-bit systems and it gives you the opportunity to compete with your friends in 5 different winter disciplines. Please remember: currently my English is very far to be perfect, but it was absolutely terrible when I was a boy, so I beg your pardon for any text error in the game. Also, White Circus has been my very first game... I programmed the code in Machine Language, I created the graphics, the music and the sounds effects. I assembled it in about 10 months in 1987, using BBK Monitor, not a real and comfortable Assembler tool… It’s normal that White Circus is not perfect and that the playability is not always at the top. I know that it is not a masterpiece but it’s a my creature and I will always love it It’s a great joy for me to have finally the opportunity to share it with all you, Atari fans Ciao P.S. You can find this game and other news also in the nice website of Filippo : http://www.santelloc...i/programmi.htm White Circus.zip
  18. Envision yourself as a typical teenager in 1977. It had been raining all about and your family had decided to remain home. You had been fortunate enough to own an Atari VCS/2600 and the 9 launch titles- of those titles, which would you most likely play? *Please select one single player game, and one multiplayer Personally, I would have to go with Star Ship for single player, and Indy 500 for two player
  19. Fully tested - Refurbished Mint condition - Minimal yellowing No breaks or cracks to the case Tested with an external floppy drive, monitor, hard drive, printer and RF output TOS v1.02 UK 512Kb Memory Great Britain GEM v0.13 AES v1.20 No modifications to the case. Floppy drive heads cleaned - read/write/format tested Joystick and mouse ports re-soldered 100 pass memory test Internal hardware tested with diagnostics software System run continuously for 48 hours running hardware diagnostic testing software Included:- Atari 520 STFM computer World Class Leaderboard Leaderboard Leaderboard Tournament Disk #1 3D Pool RF / Aerial cable to connect the Atari to a television or monitor with RF input (on request) 13A to IEC power cable or kettle lead (on request) Price: £55.00 P&P UK: £12.50 Europe: £27.00
  20. I have an ebay auction with the following Supercharger related stuff: Arcadia (Starpath) Supercharger (tested works) Original Stella Gets a New Brain CD that is Numbered 154 (Excellent Condition) Original Booklet (Some minor wear on binding - the glare in the image makes it look worse than it is) Original Jewelbox with Artwork Starpath Tapes: 2 copies Phaser Patrol, 2 copies Suicide Mission, 1 copy Escape from Mindmaster, 1 copy of Fireball Manuals for Communist Mutants from Space, Phaser Patrol, Killer Satellites and Escape from Mindmaster I also will include an adapter that I've been using to connect the Supercharger to my iPod. http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?ff3=4&pub=5574883395&toolid=10001&campid=5336500554&customid=&mpre=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fitm%2F161114297321%3FssPageName%3DSTRK%3AMESELX%3AIT%26_trksid%3Dp3984.m1555.l2649 Thanks for Reading!
  21. Hi Guys, This is my collection: Also take a look at Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/atarimuseumnl Kind regards, Fred
  22. http://www.arcadeattack.co.uk/al-alcorn/ Needless to say, if this guy had ballsed up Pong, the video game industry may not have existed today. Now we’ve blown your mind I’m pleased to see he absolutely smashed Pong so let us introduce the gaming legend, godfather of the industry which we love, Al Alcorn. Enjoy Adrian
  23. Famously bad joystick for sale or trade. I'm not sure the value so I'm looking for offers. There are a few for sale on non-U.S. ebay in $60-$100 range, with high shipping costs. I'm not actually sure of the function of this joystick either and could use some direction on that. I can only test that it is partially functional on 2600.
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