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  1. Hi; Today I received a shipment of imagic carts for my 7800 and found that none of them would fit well enough to run. I researched a bit on the forums to find a solution. The given solution was i.e: Remove external housing Find "cart cup" clip corners with scissors I did this to one of the corners and tested before proceeding any further to limit any damage. It worked for most of the games, but one, cosmic ark. So, I clipped another corner of the "cup" and when I went to test it the console wouldn't turn on!!! As far as I can tell (have not removed shield) there is no pieces lose. I ordered a Atari jr. in the mean time so I could still play most of my library, but I would really like to be able to fix the console; It ran beautifully before I mutilated it (no sticky buttons, no game problems, etc.) My Question; Any suggestions to what may be the problem? Any similar experiences? Thanks, - Justin
  2. Hi! This is my fist post here on AtariAge, this seemed like the right place to ask for advice. I recently got a couple of Atari games from an uncle in the USA (to relive the old times :-)). One of these games was Atlantis, but with a typed Atlantis II sticker stuck on the box. Some Googling later, it turned out that this is the very rare competition version of Atlantis with a different scoring system and a lot faster gameplay. The game in general seems to be a lot harder than the original Atlantis. I guess that's why I've never really got that far into it Anyway, looking at the prices these things seem to go for on eBay, we've decided to sell the game as my uncle said he isn't really that attached to it. I've asked how he got the cart in the first place, but he said he could not really recall that, unfortunately. I would love it if this game ended up in the hands of a caring video game collector :-) I however want to absolutely make sure this game is the real deal. Looking at some older topics here, the main differences with the original Atlantis are: -Atlantis II sticker on the box (check!) -Different, much slower scoring system (check!) -Different font for scoring system (check!) -Faster moving enemies (check!) -Slightly higher cartridge weight (not sure, I haven't got a proper scale) I've taken some high resolution photos of the box, cart and the cart in the Atari (in B&W mode only unfortunately, my Atari is a bit crusty. This is the same for all the games I plug into it): So, is it safe to say this really is Atlantis II or are these some other things I can check?
  3. This is timely - http://goo.gl/cXWd0h - a new Truckin' game/simulation was just reviewed, shortly after The Intellivisionaries put out their show. Coincidence? Hmm.... In the Disqus comments section of the page, it looks like 2 people already mentioned Intellivision Truckin'. It would be cool if all of us AA forum hardheads added a comment too, give credit where it's due to Intellivision OG Rick Levine.
  4. Hey all! Well..I have to say that I am pumped! I was surfing Craigslist the other night and came across a post with an "Atari Kiosk" for sale. I checked it out and talked with the guy. It appears to be an IMAGIC store kiosk that he got out of an old K-Mart. It had been sitting for 26 years in his storage locker and he decided to sell some stuff. Suffice to say we struck a deal and it is now home with me along with some games. It needs a good cleaning but it appears to be complete. All stickers are intact and clear. Looking at the S/N it looks to be #2,603? Are there any others here in the forum that own one and what are your thoughts?
  5. From the album: Infographics

    The enemies in the Imagic game Nova Blast for Intellivision, in order of appearance.

    © Illustration by The Eyeball Mural, no rights reserved. Imagic intellectual properties belong to Activision Blizzard.

  6. From the album: RetroIndieGamer's classic games collection

    This is a picture of all of my Imagic games. At the top is Demon Attack. Right below it is Atlantis and its sequel Cosmic Ark, and below them is Riddle of the Sphinx. All of them are great, but the last one seems a little ambitious for the 2600.

    © Retro Indie Gamer 2013

  7. Hi everyone, I would like to share photos of my collection in this thread. Most of my collecting is for the Atari 2600, and my acquisitions are primarily focused on replacing the lower quality items I have with higher quality ones (boxes, replacing carts with poor labels, filling in missing manuals, etc). As I replace items in my collection, or upgrade them with higher quality duplicates, I will update the items shown in this thread. I also have an Odyssey 2 collection, and most of what you will see in this collection are things I have held onto since childhood. Many of my loose carts were stolen a few years ago, but I am the original owner of almost all of the boxes. My collecting has recently begun to branch out in acquiring titles by my favorite Atari 2600 publishers (Activision and Imagic) for other systems. My postings below will be organized primarily by publisher, and I will add new messages to the thread over time covering various publishers, as I can find the time.
  8. Note: I will be updating this post over time as needed. I collect Atari 2600 VCS and Odyssey 2. I am also currently looking for a few Commodore, Intellivision, and Atari 5200 items. Please note that where I specify the condition, it is usually because I already have a copy in lesser condition that I am looking to replace. My primary wants at the moment (Atari 2600 unless otherwise specified): Alpha Beam with Ernie: CIB nice condition NTSC Espial: manual Front Line: box Frankenstein's Monster: box Gravitar (silver): box, manual, cartridge with nice condition silver label Polaris: box, manual Quadrun: box, manual Spy Hunter: complete Stronghold: manual Wing War (PAL): manual, box Demon Attack+ (Jopac) cart, manual Flash Point (Videopac+) cart, control holder Super Bee (Brazilian Odyssey) Tutankham (Odyssey 2/Videopac) Activision patches: Secret Society of the Dolphins, Dreadnaught Destroyer (Intellivision version), Beamrider (half-moon), H.E.R.O. Atari patches: Video Game Masters, Centipede World Championship Data Age Video Game Club of America newsletter, membership card, catalog, accessories/merchandise Imagic dealer catalogs, shirts, posters, and promotional items reproductions of unreleased Atari 2600 games Further details on additional items I am looking for are below.. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Below is the complete list of my wanted items for the VCS: LOOSE GAMES (NTSC or PAL) ======================= Firebug (Suntek) Immies and Aggies (CCE) Out of Control (Avalon Hill) Pizza Chef (CCE) River Patrol (Tigervision) Spider Maze (K-Tel Vision) Swordquest: Waterworld (Atari) Wall Defender (Bomb) LOOSE GAMES (NTSC only) ========================= Cakewalk (CommaVid) Crack'ed (prototype reproduction) Glacier Patrol (Telegames) Gravitar (Atari) NTSC silver label good condition only Mangia (Spectravision) Rush Hour (prototype reproduction) Stuntman (Panda) Stronghold (CommaVid) Thwocker (prototype reproduction) Universal Chaos (Telegames) LOOSE GAMES (PAL only) ========================== Aquatak (John Sands) Asteroids (Atari) PAL red label Battlezone (Atari) PAL red label Commando Raid (Carrere) Defender (Atari) PAL blue label Ghostbusters II (HES) Eggomania (Carrere) Exocet (John Sands) near mint label Frisco (Home Vision) Hell Driver (ITT) Infernal Tower (Carrere) Joust (Atari) PAL red label Laser Base (ITT) M.A.D. (Carrere) Mario Bros (Atari) PAL red label Missile Control (Video Gems) Mission Survive (Video Gems) Octopus (Carrere) Panda Chase (Home Vision) Pengo (Atari) PAL black label Peter Penguin (ITT) Pharaoh's Curse (TechnoVision) Picnic (Carrere) Pumuckl I (ITT) RealSports Tennis (Atari) PAL red label RealSports Volleyball (Atari) PAL red label Robot Fight (HomeVision) Save Our Ship (TechnoVision) Sneak N Peak (Carrere) Space Jockey (Carrere) Steeplechase (Video Gems) Surfer's Paradise (Video Gems) Treasure Below (Video Gems) World End (Home Vision) LOOSE GAMES W/ NO ACTI-PLAQUE =================== (near mint labels/not blue label/NTSC only): Alpha Beam with Ernie (Atari) Big Bird's Egg Catch (Atari) Boxing (Activision) Chopper Command (Activision) Cookie Monster Munch (Atari) Cosmic Commuter (Activision) Cosmic Corridor (Zimag) Dishaster (Zimag) Double Dragon (Activision) Freeway (Activision) Frostbite (Activision) I Want My Mommy (Zimag) Kaboom (Activision) Keystone Kapers (Activision) Kung Fu Master (Activision) Laser Blast (Activision) Oscar's Trash Race (Atari) Plaque Attack (Activision) Pressure Cooker (Activision) River Raid (Activision) Seaquest (Activision) Sky Jinks (Activision) Sorcerer's Apprentice (Atari) Space Shuttle (Activision) Spider Fighter (Activision) Spitfire Attack (Milton Bradley) with end label Spy Hunter (Sega) Tanks But No Tanks (Zimag) Up N' Down (Sega) LOOSE MANUALS/INSERTS ========================= Assault (Bomb) Asterix (Atari) Boing (First Star) Cakewalk (CommaVid) Centipede "Bug Off" contest insert (Atari) Espial (TigerVision) Guardian (Apollo) I Want My Mommy (Zimag) Kung Fu Master (Activision) Mangia (Spectravision) Miner 2049er II (Tigervision) Out of Control (Avalon Hill) Quadrun (Atari) Rescue Terra I (VentureVision) Rescue Terra I contest rules insert (VentureVision) Springer (TigerVision) Stronghold (CommaVid) Submarine Commander (Sears) Superman (Atari) international version Superman (Sears) blue cover - near mint only Swordquest: Waterworld (Atari) Swordquest: Waterworld comic book (Atari) Wall Defender (Bomb) Wing War (Imagic) BOXED GAMES OR EMPTY GAME BOXES ================= ABSOLUTE: Pete Rose Baseball Tomcat F-14 Simulator ACTIVISION: Laser Blast - box near mint only Stampede - box near mint only ATARI: Alpha Beam with Ernie Asterix Gravitar (silver box) Hangman (silver box) Klax (near mint only) Quadrun Raiders of the Lost Ark Rubik's Cube Sentinel (near mint only) Swordquest Waterworld Taz Track & Field COMMAVID: Cosmic Swarm (second version.. not the cartoon box) COLECO: Front Line DATA AGE: Frankenstein's Monster IMAGIC: Laser Gates - box near mint only No Escape - box near mint only Wing War (PAL) M-NETWORK: Masters of the Universe - near mint box only Tron boxed set - near mint only PARKER BROS: Frogger II Gyruss - box in very good condition only Mr. Do's Castle Montezuma's Revenge Super Cobra - near mint box only SEARS: Blackjack (picture label) Defender Pac-Man (picture label) Poker Plus (picture label) Submarine Commander Superman Yars' Revenge SEGA: Spy Hunter Up N Down SPECTRAVISION: PictureMate SongMate TELEGAMES: Adventures on GX-12 Glacier Patrol Universal Chaos (NTSC only) TELESYS: Demolition Herby Ram It - near mint box only TIGERVISION: Miner 2049er II Polaris XONOX (boxed single-enders): Artillery Duel Chuck Norris Superkicks Ghost Manor Motocross Racer Robin Hood Sir Lancelot Spike's Peak Tomarc the Barbarian HARDWARE ========================================== Atari Kid Controller - no broken prongs on back KY Enterprises FingerTip Controller (photo) Micro-Händler Joystick (photo) Sega Spy Hunter "Dual Control Module" joystick holder (photo) Suncom TAC-2 joystick MISC =============================================== Atari 2600 carrying case (photo) Canal 3 cassettes (with case/insert) Tigervision plastic trays (holds cartridge inside box) Uncommon Atari 2600 game manuals PATCHES/STICKERS/ETC =============================== ACTIVISION (2600 versions): Beamrider (half-moon version: photo) Bell Ringer (Boxing fan-made patch) Decathlon Silver Decathlon Gold Secret Society of the Dolphins (Dolphin) Order of the H.E.R.O. (H.E.R.O.) All-Star Hockey Team (Ice Hockey) near mint only Kabashers (Kabobber fan-made patch) Explorers Club (Pitfall) near mint only Cliff Hangers (Pitfall II) Cross of Excellence (Robot Tank) Star of Honor (Robot Tank) Space Shuttle Pilot (Space Shuttle) Space Shuttle Commander (Space Shuttle) near mint only ACTIVISION (Intellivision versions): Dreadnaught Destroyer (Dreadnaught Factor) Trailblazers (Happy Trails) Explorer's Club (Pitfall) Trail Drive (Stampede) ATARI: Battlezone: Video Game Masters Centipede: Atari World Video Game Championship Gravitar: Video Game Masters Quadrun: Video Game Masters IMAGIC: Moonsweeper button SEGA: Sega Mundo ODYSSEY 2 ========================================== Hardware: Voice of Odyssey 2 CIB Misc: Odyssey Adventure (magazine) Odyssey Aventura (Brazilian magazine) Issues 3 and later Odyssey 2 Quest for the Rings poster Odyssey 2 stuffed dragon toy Videopac cases in nice condition (empty cases, minimum of scratches) Games: Barão Vermelho Bombardeio Submarino!/Tiro ao Alvo! Desafio Chinês! Flash Point (Videopac+) GoSub Missão Impossível/ Viagem Programada! Morse (w/manual only) Mr. Roboto O Gato e o Rato O Segredo do Farao Pong Puzzle Piece Panic Super Bee (Brazil version) Telegrafista Tutankham Manuals: Catch the Ball / Naughts and Crosses (Videopac) Morse (Videopac) Neutron Star (Videopac) Super Bee (Videopac version) COMMODORE ======================================== Hardware: Commodore Magic Voice module - CIB only Commodore 64 computer PAL only Commodore Plus/4 computer PAL only Amiga 1200 computer NTSC or PAL Amiga CD32 NTSC or PAL Games (C64): Batman: The Caped Crusader (Ocean / Data East) C64 NTSC disk version Enigma Force (Beyond) C64 CIB Firefly (Ocean) C64 complete Gaplus complete Neuromancer CIB Revenge of Defender CIB Toy Bizarre (Activision) C64 cartridge version CIB Wizard of Wor (Commodore) CIB only Games (VIC-20): A.E. (Broderbund) VIC-20 Mountain King (Beyond) VIC-20 Polaris (Tigervision) VIC-20 Springer (Tigervision) VIC-20 Video Vermin (UMI) VIC-20 Xonox cartridges for VIC-20 (any except Sir Lancelot/Robin Hood) Boxed Xonox VIC-20 games Manuals: Batman: The Caped Crusader (not cassette version) Enigma Force Firefly Max Headroom Games (Amiga): Blood Money CIB Killing Game Show CIB Strider CIB Uridium 2 CIB INTELLIVISION ============================================= BOXED GAMES (nice condition only): Centipede (Atarisoft) Commando (INTV) Defender (Atarisoft) Dig Dug (INTV) Diner (INTV) Fathom (Imagic) River Raid (Activision) Truckin' (Imagic) White Water (Imagic) good condition only Worm Whompers (Activision) LOOSE GAMES: Blockade Runner (Interphase) Commando (INTV) Congo Bongo (Sega) Defender (Atarisoft) Dig Dug (INTV) Diner (INTV) Hover Force (INTV) Kool-Aid Man (Mattel Electronics) Lady Bug (Coleco) Sewer Sam (Interphase) Turbo (Coleco) Venture (Coleco) ATARI 5200 =============================================== HARDWARE: GIM Electronics Fire Command for Atari 5200 MAGAZINES/COMICS/CATALOGS/ETC =========================== Activisions vol 1, 3, 5 Electronic Games (magazine) Electronic Fun with Computers and Games (magazine) Imagic dealer catalogs Imagic posters Odyssey Adventure (magazine) Tron (Slave Labor Graphics comic) Issue 4 Video Games Magazine (pre-crash magazine) Vidiot (magazine) OTHER STUFF ============================================== Books on high score strategies for arcade games, Atari 2600 games, and pinball Any contest-related or mail-order only items for the Atari 2600 Elite: any "Order of the Elite" items (pin, jacket, shirt, parka, etc) Power Lords Shaya and Sydot action figures Tron-related merchandise (comic books, action figures, artwork) Tron-themed Xbox controllers Atari/Video game-related posters or artwork Any spiral notebooks, binders, or folders from the early 1980s (pre-crash) with Atari or video game artwork on the cover.
  9. Hi, I'm looking for CIB Tropical Trouble (Imagic) for Mattel Intellivision. Thanks for your offer Scalpel
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