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  1. I just scored 20 points on game 3 of Freeway and I'd like to get a patch for accomplishing that! Where do I submit my screenshot of the game? Here's the screenshot I made:
  2. Here's my score for Stampede. I know at this point I'll have to buy the patches, but just for show, I just wanted to show how I did:
  3. Hi everyone - I've been looking for a nice, clean CIB copy of Activision Checkers for quite some time with no luck so I wanted to check here to see if anyone has one they would be willing to sell. I'd prefer the "clean" (no black swatch) version of the box, if at all possible (box on the right in the attached picture). Thank you in advance for any consideration! Regards, Whitney
  4. From the album: My Collection

  5. From the album: My Collection

  6. From the album: My Game Collection

    Group shot of all the Third party 2600 games in my collection
  7. LeeJ07

    Boxing

    From the album: My Atari 2600 Collection

    1980
  8. From the album: DeusVult's Atari 2600 Collection

    These are my 3rd party games for the Atari 2600 (other than the Sears and M-Network) I'm getting pretty close to finishing the Activision. The spaces indicate model #'s that are missing.
  9. The Absolute and Activision carts always bothered me. Activsion carts for the 2600 always invoked a feeling of quality, but for the 7800 they just felt cheap to me. They don't even fit well into the cart slot and the labels were especially ugly. The other issue was that they were the only carts in my collection that didn't match (besides the two Froggo games which at least looked good and felt solid). Well, I've finally gotten around to satisfying my OCD and here is the result: The 32K games are repros (Kung-Fu Master is the sprite/color hack). The others (Double Dragon, F-18 Hornet, and Rampage) are extra carts I had of each, so I carefully removed and stored the original labels, and trimmed the insides of Atari shells to hold the original PCBs. Call me crazy, but I actually enjoy playing the games much more now. I've found myself spending more time with these games recently than all my life combined. If anyone is interested in doing this, here are labels you can use (as seen in the picture):
  10. I am auctioning off several factory new copies of Pitfall by Activision for the Intellivision. Before sending each of these off to eBay, I thought I'd off them to AA members first. There are 6 of them and some have light scuffs. Because of this, PM me your bid and which one you want (or you can say you don't care which one). Photos of the outsides are provided. I have not opened them to take photos to reduce the risk of damage. However, I can open a game an provide photos of the manual, overlays, and cartridge if requested. Just to show that these are factory new, I have included a photo of the games in their shipping box. However, the shipping box itself is not for sale. US shipping: Shipping is $3 for one copy. If you win the bidding on multiple copies, then each 2nd copy has free shipping (i.e. shipping for 2 is $3 total, shipping for 3 is $6 total, shipping for 4 is $6 total, etc). International shipping is available and it has the cost pattern of "each pair costs the same as one". However, the actual cost depends on the the destination. Bidding on multiple items will be treated independently (ex: if you bid on 4 copies, you might win on 3 of them and lose on 1 of them). Unsold copies will be offered to the runners up of my choice. Bidding ends Friday, December 8th, at 5pm PST (Pacific Standard Time). Pictures are high resolution for collectors to inspect. More pictures to follow showing details of the outsides. Shipping box not for sale
  11. I first posted about this topic here: reproduction / custom labels, but I thought it would be better severed in this area as its own topic. I'm thinking of making reproduction labels for Activision 2600 games. It would only be for the common titles at this time. These labels would be more than just scans of the originals. These would be recreated from scratch. I will use actual screen shots of the games instead of the stylized game screen pictures used on the originals. This would be done so the new labels can be distinguished from the originals more easily. I think this is a good way to mark the new labels and still keep with the feel of the originals. Let me know what you guys think. If need be, (based on your comments) I can put a line of text in the small print of the cart that states it is a reproduction. Here's my first sample: A little background (shameless plug ): I've made labels and overlays for a couple classic game publishers and here are a couple links to topics of some of the work I've done: ColecoVision Mr. DO! Poster & Maybe More... Colecovision Labels Thread (Intellivision) Interest Check: Reproduction Controller Overlays Interest Check for Reproduction Cart Labels ColecoVision Overlays Available (Reproduction) I'm currently working on an Intellivision project which includes both cart labels and overlays: Sears TELE-GAMES INTV (new) Overlay set
  12. From the album: My Game Collection

    image of non Atari made (third-Party) 2600 games
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