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  1. THIS HAS SOLD. Hi all. I have for sale 19 complete in box Atari 2600 games and another game that is missing a manual. For a complete album of pictures head here: https://imgur.com/a/rMsjU8P I'm asking for $160 Paypal shipped to US. For trades, Id be interested in an Atari Jaguar. I have complete multiple sales/trades on Reddit, if you'd like to see my feedback, I'd be happy to PM it to you. I'm in the USA and I can be open to shipping internationally. I have shipped a collectible to Taiwan once and to Canada once. Let me know if you have any questions or offers. Thanks! Games are: Adventures of Tron Atlantis (Imagic) Blueprint Combat Commando Raid Cosmic Ark Dark Cavern Fire Fighter Gorf Infiltrate Lock 'N Chase MASH Moonsweeper Mountain King Phoenix Radar Lock Reactor Starmaster (missing manual) Super Cobra Wizard of Wor edit: added suggestions from wongojack
  2. I have 3 Atari 2600 Supercharger tape game manuals for sale. The titles are "Killer Satellites", "Dragonstomper", and "Suicide Mission". Condition varies, so please see photos. Killer Satellites has a tiny discoloration. Suicide Mission has some creasing and a tiny tear or two on the front cover. Shipping within the continental US is $3.66. I'm asking $13 for the lot including the shipping charge, but I'm open to reasonable offers. Hoping to get these to someone who will appreciate them.
  3. Hi all, Somewhere in 2011 I scanned and OCR'd the Atmas-II manual. Three years later I started proofreading and converted it to LaTeX by means of Texmaker. After that, I began translating it to English. But as usual, interest started waning, et cetera. Recently, I revived my Texmaker directory from backup and now the Atmas-II manual is on github! https://github.com/ivop/atmas2-manual So, I was wondering if there are native speakers (English or German) that would like to help with proofreading the chapters that are done and possibly translating the two chapters that are left? Introduction, chapter 1 and 4, and appendix A, B and C are done. Chapter 2 and 3 still have to be translated. But also proofreading the German pdf can help. German is my third language, so I'm pretty sure I made some errors there, too. I'm not asking you to do "my work", but chances I'll finish this on my own are low Regards, Ivo
  4. Atari Home Computer Zaxxon manual is claimed. Thanks for giving it a home!
  5. I'm fairly new to the hobby, just two years in, with a very modest budget. Shortly after I got reacquainted with the VCS, I stumbled onto a few manuals. Once I had those few manuals, the carts in my collection without manuals seemed incomplete. That's how it began. Innocently enough. Since then, I've been collecting manuals along with carts (no boxes). But I'm beginning to wonder if I should get out of the manuals-game before I get any deeper. There's a lot to like about manuals, obviously. But perhaps I'm in over my head. The following goes without saying but warrants emphasis: the decision to collect manuals doubles the number of collectables to target. Which not only drives the expense of the hobby waaay up, there's also the added challenge of organizing and storing all of those manuals -- which, I foolishly thought, would be simple. Until I discovered there are plenty of manuals out there that are just a tiny bit longer than my 5" x 7" photo sleeves fitted into D-ring binders. Still not sure how to address those. To my mind, the biggest challenge comes with those rarer carts that one needs and encounters without a manual. How do you, AtariAge veterans, handle this scenario? I've got a couple of "rare" carts in my collection without the manual, a few fives on the Rarity Guide and a couple of sixes. Nothing more scarce than that. Combing eBay, I never see a manual -- by itself -- come up for these titles. They do however, come up semi-frequently together, cart and manual. And even more often CIB. So, what do you do? Do you buy the combo and then sell off what you don't need, or do you continue to wait in hopes a manual pops up a la carte someday down the road? Or do you buy it and just keep it all, amassing multiple carts, manuals, and boxes of every title? I guess ultimately, if the goal is a complete collection of carts with their corresponding manual, the bigger question is can it even be done? Is there anybody on AtariAge with a complete set of official 2600 releases -- forget homebrews for a second -- with their corresponding manual, but without boxes? Has anybody done it? Hell, how many have a complete collection of just official carts alone? How many have even done THAT? And CIB? Well, I can't even imagine it.
  6. Anyone got a manual for Amiga's Mogul Maniac for 2600 somewhere out back with your unicorn? Thanks! (got the cart already)
  7. Selling Double Dragon for Atari 7800, cartridge + manual. Cleaned and tested and works great! Asking a reasonable $40 + shipping OBO. Will be well-packed to ensure manual's integrity, in particular. Shoot me a PM if interested.
  8. Hi! A friend of mine is trying to sell some Brazilian (Digiplay) overlays and manuals that she found at her house (this stuff belonged to her older brother back in the 1980s). She created an Ebay account to sell these items, so I'm sharing it here to give a hand. You can see all 10 auctions here: http://www.ebay.com/sch/rgruner7/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_ipg=&_from= She's offering interesting stuff like Brazilian manuals and overlays for The Power of He-Man, River Raid and Tennis (among other titles). Happy bidding and thanks for reading!
  9. So I bought Shantae Half Genie Hero yesterday at Lamestop (only place locally that had it) for all of $32 dollars including tax. It was one of the best game purchase values of my life as far as the packaging/price/contents/game quality mix goes. It came with no less than: -Box -Game in case -Thick full color Manual -Accompanying soundtrack CD If all games still came packaged like this i'd still be buying new consoles and games. The kicker is, I inserted the game and it fired right up, no hour long updates or servers to log into. Fun game too.
  10. UPDATED 8/17/19: 100% on Racketboy (RB) forum, +49 RB overall, Link to Racketboy Feedback +31 listed in RB BST Transaction OP, additional +18 not yet totaled in OP. **TOP 5 RB BSTer FROM 12/2015 TO 3/2017 Link** 100% on Atari Age (AA), +14, Link to AA Feedback 100% feedback on ebay, 341 positive, Link to ebay feedback - Ship from Houston area, Ship not included in prices, United States Shipping Only, Paypal gifted pls or add 3% - I reserve the right to not sell to any one based on user feedback, better offers, communication (or lack thereof). What are ya buyin'? A strike though indicates sold. Genesis, Sega CD, GG, & SNES Posters, Manuals, & Misc SNES OEM Cleaning Kit: This is not my area of expertise at all. They've been sitting in storage. Would rather them go to someone who appreciates them. Let me know if you really want a single poster/manual, but preference would go to someone who wants the lot for ease of shipping & time involved. Have fun looking at these if anything else! Pics: PS2 Logitec Official PS2 USB Headset (licensed product, open but in original packaging) - $5 Pic: Check my AA Auction thread for more here: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/234732-jags-ebay-nothing-currently/
  11. Hey all. Does anyone have a blank diagram/sketch/template of an Intellivision controller? Using one would help me visualize game, um, controlling some game ideas I have. I suppose I could hack this image up, but the quality would be pretty low: http://www.intellivisionlives.com/bluesky/games/instructions/console_pix/hookup.gif Thanks.
  12. I've got a slightly banged up copy of the manual for Epyx Summer Games II here. I'll happily ship it anywhere in the US, for free. Just send me your address. First one to respond gets it. If it's still here when I next clean out the box of stuff to go, it's going in the trash.
  13. Here's my list of games available for SALE or TRADE I've set the prices to just about what I paid for them. Prices are negotiable, especially when buying multiples. 99% have labels unless noted. Request pics for condition if interested in a bunch. Buyer pays all Shipping. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1e-v_tcuUV6hX92GLdNr3bpwd6X0EsxyJfs-jWfrIGCE/edit?usp=sharing I also have some Consoles and Misc stuff available here: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/245820-fsft-misc-consoles-controllers-sears-heavy-sixer-2600-dreamcast/ Thanks for looking.
  14. From the album: My Game Collection

    Copy of Space Jockey, with box, Paid $3. Ebay
  15. Hello everyone! I recently purchased an XEGS with 4 carts, keyboard, light gun and original PSU, for about US$70 on eBay. Unfortunately, i was DOA (Red Screen of Death), but the seller promptly refunded me and allowed me to keep the item! So, I intend now to try to fix it, being that it is now literally free... By doing some research, I understand that the first suspect for this RSoD is the RAM chip(s). I already ordered a couple of Samsung 64K x 4 RAM chips for a couple of bucks each (same class as the original ones, although I read that the Texas Instruments were more common), but I thought that maybe a field service manual for the XEGS would come very handy on this, and any future, repair. However I've found service manuals for almost any other 8-bit Atari computer but the XE Game System (I found just the owner's manual). So, anyone have a PDF dump of those that could kindly share?
  16. Recently, I picked up a boxed but incomplete Sears Video Arcade 4-switch. But I need to get a cardboard insert for it. I guess it's the same insert as a regular Atari 2600 4-switch insert? I'm also looking for a box, insert, manual for my Sears Super Video Arcade (Intellivision). If anyone can help me out, it'd be much appreciated. I can do cash via Paypal, or trades.
  17. ColecoVision Games WANTED LIST *UPDATE - I'M CURRENTLY NOT ADDING TO THE COLLECTION. PLEASE DISREGARD THIS THREAD AT THE MOMENT, AT LEAST TEMPORARILY. (It's more or less a personal reference/placeholder/log for what I still don't have)* Greetings! My goal is to have a complete CV library someday and am looking for the following games either Loose (cartridges), Loose with Manual/Overlays, or CIB (Complete In Box), etc. Box and/or Manual Only would be fine in some cases.. Just depends on the title. I would be willing to take anything into consideration... Trades are also welcomed, just PM me a list of what you're looking for. Alcazar: The Forgotten Fortress Alphabet Zoo Amazing Bumpman Aquattack Artillery Duel Brain Strainers Cabbage Patch Kids Adventures In The Park Cabbage Patch Kids Picture Show Campaign '84 Choplifter Chuck Norris Superkicks Cosmic Crisis Dam Busters Dance Fantasy Decathlon Dr. Seuss' Fix-Up the Mix-Up Puzzler Dragonfire Dukes of Hazard, The Evolution Fathom Flipper Slipper Fortune Builder Frantic Freddy Gateway to Asphai Gust Buster Gyruss It's Only Rock 'N Roll Jukebox Jungle Hunt Kung Fu Superkicks Learning With Leaper Linking Logic Logic Levels Memory Manor Monkey Academy Moonsweeper Motocross Racer Motocross Racer/Tomic the Barbarian Mountain King Oil's Well Quest for Quintana Roo Robin Hood Robin Hood/Sir Lancelot Roc N' Rope Rock 'N Bolt Rolloverture Sammiy Lightfoot Sector Alpha Sewer Sam Sir Lancelot Skiing Slurpy Smurf Paint 'N Play Workshop Star Wars: The Arcade Game Strike It Super Cobra Super Crossforce Super Sketch (Loose or CIB) Tank Wars Telly Turtle Threshold Tomarc The Barbarian Up 'N Down Wing War Wiz Math, The Wizards of Id's Zenji Thank you for your time..Cheers-
  18. Inside every ColecoVision cartridge manual, there always is this line of text... "Press the Reset button and the title screen for (name of game cartridge) will appear on your TV." I suspect they really mean for you to turn the OFF/ON switch to ON, when the cartridge is inserted into the console. So, does anyone else know what that cryptic line of text means/meant? ~Ben
  19. Hello together! Recently the following manuals: OSS-The Basic XL Toolkit-Including the BASIC XL Runtime Package-Reference Manual and OSS-Basic XE Reference Manual did arrive at Atarimania. So, the circle is closing... There is just one book left, which seems to be lost: 30 Days to Understanding BASIC XL - Bill Wilkinson and Diane Goldstein If anyone of you has this book, we would really appreciate that to complete the BASIC XL project. Many thanks in advance to you and Happy Easter! :-) The manual for BASIC XL is exceptional. The first section, an exhaustive tutorial entitled, "30 Days to Under standing BASIC XL," takes the novice by hand and walks him through the fundamentals of BASIC programming. Experienced programmers can proceed directly to the excellent 135-page reference section. Review - BASIC XL BASIC XL OPTIMISED SYSTEMS SOFTWARE 1173D S. Saratoga/Sunnyvale Rd. San Jose, CA 95129 (408) 446-3099 16K Cartridge $99.00 by Robert L. Riggs Optimised Systems Software (O.S.S.) has done it again! Bill Wilkinson & Co. have put the cap on the BASIC language for Atari computers: BASIC XL. It's neatly wrapped and documented in a yellow binder which accompanies the bright orange cartridge. The documentation begins with a 176-page tutorial entitled "30 Days to Understanding BASIC XL," written by Bill Wilkinson and Diane Goldstein. If you are a complete novice at BASIC programming, this book and a fair amount of determination are all you will need to learn to use your Atari computer. Bill and Diane introduce you to BASIC XL with the "chapter-a-day" system: 30 chapters, beginning with "Getting to know your computer" and extending through "Congratulations: 30 END." Following the tutorial is the reference manual which documents the entire language, including 45 syntax expressions and keywords not found in 8K Atari BASIC. It's a well-known fact that Bill Wilkinson was part of the team that developed 8K Atari BASIC. He's written more than once of the bugs and limitations inherent in that language. BASIC A+ did much to alleviate those shortcomings, but it was disk-based and devoured too much memory. BASIC XL is on cartridge and, because of its memory bank design, uses no more RAM than Atari BASIC. Critics of the execution speed of other versions of BASIC will find little to complain about with regard to O.S.S.'s latest achievement. BASIC programs previously typed in from magazines and abandoned because of their boring snail-pace run at arcade speeds with BASIC XL. In fact, timing loops almost invariably have to be extended when running Atari BASIC programs with BASIC XL. That's right, BASIC XL is upward compatible with Atari BASIC, unlike MicroSoft BASIC. And it still offers MicroSoft-style string-handling, auto line-numbering, renumbering and line delete. Other useful additions to the BASIC vocabulary include ELSE, WHILE, ENDIF, ENDWHILE, PRINT USING, TAB and TRACE/TRACEOFF. Player-missile graphics are of particular interest to many Atari programmers. Dozens of articles and programs in a variety of books and magazines are devoted to utility programs to help you design and use players and/or missiles. O.S.S. provides you with BASIC commands to deal with these pesky critters. just wait until you can use commands like MISSILE, BUMP, PMCOLOR, PMGRAPHICS, PMMOVE, PMWIDTH and PMCLR. You'll love it! SET is another new and extremely powerful command. It allows you to exercise control over a variety of system level functions. You can quickly and easily change 13 functions such as BREAK key enable/disable, Tab stop settings for the comma in PRINT statements, the prompt character for INPUT, auto DIMensioning, and LIST formatter to automatically indent structured statements. DOS commands directly from BASIC include DIR (disk directory), ERASE, PROTECT, UNPROTECT and RENAME. And that's not all. You get additional functions like DPEEK/DPOKE, ERR, FIND, HSTICK/VSTICK, PEN, PMADR and SYS. You can type them all in caps, lower case or even reverse characters for all BASIC XL cares. Just think -- no more angrily hitting the CAPS/LOWR key after a syntax error! Yes, I know that doesn't add up to 45 commands, yet. There are more advanced-technique keywords that some of you will undoubtedly drool over, so I suggest that you run (don't walk) directly to your friendly Atari dealer and buy your very own copy of BASIC XL immediately. It's the here-and-now solution to all your BASIC needs for your Atari computer.
  20. For a list of things I'm selling: Ebay tag: http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?ff3=4&pub=5574883395&toolid=10001&campid=5336500554&customid=&mpre=http%3A%2F%2Fmyworld.ebay.nl%2Fnwe2010 In the coming days, more items will be put online (Magazines, disk games, tape games, utilities etc) currently on auction: - The Action Toolkit cart + disk eBay Auction -- Item Number: 121138716332 - Basic XE cart + disk eBay Auction -- Item Number: 121138714657 - Atari User Magazine Page 6 eBay Auction -- Item Number: 121138725543 - Atari User Magazines eBay Auction -- Item Number: 121138720910 Thanks for looking,
  21. From the album: RetroIndieGamer's classic games collection

    Perhaps my favorite Atari 2600 game. I got it new in the box and...it didn't stay in the box when I got it. It has the game, the manual, the comic, and an Atari catalog from 1981.

    © Retro Indie Gamer 2013

  22. The title says it all. And no, I'm not talking about the cheat itself; I mean a gameplay explanation. While the original Battlezone is simple, the new version is quite complex, and the lack of documentation is a problem. I managed to pick up some items, others not... never could I complete a mission. Is there any kind of manual out there? Or can someone here give a good explanation?
  23. Well.. the Flashback 2 I bought on ebay has no instruction manual at all.. the info must be here somewhere.. links anyone? google search turned up negative...
  24. My old college buddy has offloaded his old 7800 to me, telling me to use it or dispose of it as I see fit. Thus have I scribed this notice upon eBay to advertise and dispose of it. Some sort of modified cartridge that accepts 24-pin chips (I believe they're EEPROM chips?) with burned games is included. FEAST THINE EYES UPON IT, AND THAT WITHOUT DELAY! eBay Auction -- Item Number: 290816717400
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