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Hello Arcadia 2001 fans (the few and far between? ), I recently purchased a Leisurevision, which is the Canadian version of the Emerson Arcadia 2001. I only have a few games for it, so I'm going to make a multicart for it. If it's only me who wants it, I'll go the quick-and-dirty method, hacking one together. If more are interested, I'll make a proper version, with the following features: Includes all standard games that I'm aware of (Emerson and international games) Includes enhanced versions of some of the games (as per Amigan website) Includes (mostly subtle) alternate versions (as per theoldcomputer and Amigan) Includes homebrews (as per theoldcomputer and Amigan, unless otherwise notified) Total of close to 100 selections available Does not include Tetris, which has a recent copyright notice (sorry, not a very good feature ) Includes some (but not all) demos and test software to fill up the ROM space Uses extra wide dip switches that should be able to be switched by hand (no pen or small tool required) Full colour label on front and back of cartridge Front of cartridge has listing of main games, for convenient switching Back of cartridge has listing of enhanced and alternate versions, as well as demos and test software Hopefully compatible with both long and short cartridges (short ones may not have as much listed on front) I think that's it. Price would be about $110 plus shipping, via PayPal, which compares well with previous versions. I only have a handful of cartridges, so depending on demand, I may be looking at providing a kit (everything but the cartridge casing) or purchasing some commons (to be determined at a later date). Thanks, 5-11under Here's an "non-artist's rendering" of the cartridge, showing the extra wide dip switches. Don't worry, the final result would look much different than this: