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Take a rare look at our favorite vintage Atari 2600 boxes and cover art with The Immortal John Hancock & Metal Jesus Rocks. GAMES SHOWN: Marauder Demon Attack Tanks but no Tanks Threshold Pitfall! (signed by David Crane) Mega Force Missile Command Radar Lock Vanguard Return of the Jedi: Death Star Battle Gyruss Space Invaders Tac/Scan Dark Chambers I realize on this particular forum, the boxes may not be unusual...but for most casual collectors...they rarely see some of these boxes. What did you guys think of the video?
PDF Versions [All pics are 300 dpi in PDFs] Intellivision Club Newsletter - Issue #1 Intellivision Club Newsletter - Issue #2 Intellivision News (Autumn - Winter '83) Intellivision Cartridge Availability The Intellivision Entertainment Computer System Intellivision Master Component And General Instructions Intellivision Catalogue Intellivision [booklet] Intellivision [booklet]  Intellivision - A Lot More Fun.. And A Whole Lot More! (More will be added as i scan them) (I do have 1200 dpi *.tif available on request only as they are such a big upload) (If you have anything like this you want get rid of or lend me to scan let me know it would be good to get a bit of a library going)
Hello fellow Colecovites and Colecovisioneers, Looking at who may be interested in having authentically remastered, high-quality replacement cardboard boxes for their collecting appeal. At this time I have one flavor available, Donkey Kong. I wanted to start more or less chronologically, and DK is a good candidate due to its limited box availability. These are 100% re-rendered, 600 dpi color laser images transferred onto boxes made from high-density, 180 lb. semi-gloss card stock. They are Made in the U.S.A. and 100% "home-brewed" by yours truly. There are only a few minor details that differ from the original box--the main one being an actual screenshot of game play on the back side--rather than the original artist's rendering of the level 1 screen. If I gather enough interest from the AA Colecovision community, I'll start taking names. I hope everyone is having a very Colecovisionesque December so far. Cheers to you all! Greg