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  1. Just like the title says. I'm trying to get my N64 library complete in box, so I'm on the hunt for CIBs, or just the box and/or manual. If you have any N64 CIBs, Boxes, or Manuals, Shoot me a message with a few photos of what you have, as well as an asking price, and we can work out a deal. Thanks! EDIT: Only looking for NTSC titles
  2. What is it that you would most like to have but you hadn't seen any for sale yet? One item I think should be made is big specific storage and display cases for each system. Many of us have large collections but need a better way to show off our favorite games. I would love to have large slotted cases designed for certain size cartridges. Nice wooden or plastic racks holding about 100 games would be just great. Another product I would buy in a heartbeat is something designed to clean the contacts on your old school gaming cartridges. They already make those to insert into your Nintendo with cleaning solutions for the consoles & game cartridges. Why the heck hasn't anyone designed one for the Atari, Intellivision, Colecovision etc? What about a cleaning tool, pad, or device that would work on all the smaller hand held gaming units as well? Let's hear your thoughts & ideas on something which you think is needed within the gaming community but you just can't find it in stores or online anywhere.
  3. Hello Everyone! As a few of you already know, I have a massive amount of Atari 2600 games and accessories. I've been looking to sell them off for some time now and I believe it's time for a dedicated thread! So over the next week I'll be listing everything I have in this thread, I am going to organize it by manufacturer and then by variation and I will have separate sections for carts, manuals and boxes. If I have something CIB, I'd be willing to sell the individual parts separately or all together, but will list them separately. I will also have joysticks, paddles, systems and miscellaneous 2600 related items like comics or posters here as well. Numbers in (parenthesis) will indicate how many I have of said item. Anything in [brackets] will be additional information about the item that's not already self-evident and anything in {braces} are additional information unrelated to the [bracketed] information. I will also put cross-outs through items which I'm holding for someone and remove anything that's been sold. I don't really want to get into the extra time of pricing everything so if you're interested in something, post here or pm me and I will respond with High-Res pictures and a price, which would be negotiable as anything is only worth what someone will pay for it. I am also open to trade for just about anything and everything, even non video game stuff. All games are tested and in working condition with top and end labels intact. You can get as many or as few items as you want, even just one. I will ship anywhere, in anyway you want, no matter how big or small an order. As long as you pay the correct shipping. I prefer PayPal gifts so there are no fees, but if that's not possible it will cost a slight bit more to cover the fees, but not much. *THIS LIST IS STARTING SMALL BUT WILL GROW RAPIDLY OVER THE NEXT WEEK AND ONWARDS* *I WILL BUMP THE THREAD AND CHANGE THE DATE IN THE TITLE WHENEVER I ADD THINGS TO THE LIST* Cartridges Atari Text Label 1. Adventure 2. Air-Sea Battle 3. Backgammon (2) 4. Basic Math 5. Basketball 6. Breakout 7. Canyon Bomber 8. Casino (2) [1 is Green, 1 is Yellow] 9. Championship Soccer (2) 10. Circus Atari 11. Codebreaker (2) 12. Combat (13) 13. Dodge 'Em (2) 14. Flag Capture (2) [1 is Green, 1 is Red] 15. Football [Green] 16. Golf 17. Hangman (2) 18. Home Run 19. Human Cannonball 20. Hunt & Score 21. Maze Craze 22. Miniature Golf 23. Night Driver 24. Outlaw 25. Sky Diver 26. Slot Machine 27. Slot Racers 28. Space Invaders (4) 29. Star Ship [black and Yellow Version] 30. Street Racer 31. Surround (3) 32. Video Checkers Picture Label Adventure Air-Sea Battle (2) Asteroids (7) Basketball (2) Berzerk (3) Bowling (3) Breakout Casino (4) Circus Atari (3) Combat (3) Defender (4) Demons To Diamonds (2) Dodge 'Em Football (2) Home Run (2) Indy 500 (3) Maze Craze Missile Command [Lower Case End Label] Night Driver (3) Othello (2) Outlaw (2) Pac-Man (7) Slot Racers (3) Space War (3) Star Raiders (8 ) Street Racer (3) Super Breakout (1) Superman (2) Surround (2) Video Pinball (2) Warlords Yars' Revenge (4) Silver Label Centipede (3) E.T. The Extra Terrestrial (2) Jungle Hunt Kangaroo (2) Krull Moon Patrol Ms. Pac-Man (2) Phoenix (3) Pole Position Raiders Of The Lost Arc RealSports: Baseball (4) RealSports: Football (4) SwordQuest: EarthWorld (3) SwordQuest: FireWorld Vanguard (4) Atari Corp Labels (Post 1984 Gray, Picture & Red) Donkey Kong [1988 ©] {Red} E.T. The Extra Terrestrial [1986 ©] {Gray} Math Gran Prix [1987 ©] {Picture} Mouse Trap [1988 ©] {Red} Pole Position (2) [No © Date Other Than Original Namco ©1982] {Gray} Q*Bert [1988 ©] {Red} Sentinel [1990 ©] {Red} Solaris [1988 ©] {Red} Vanguard [1988 ©] {Gray} Venture [1988 ©] {Red} Sears Text Label 1. Asteroids (2) [64 Games] 2. Blackjack 3. Missile Command (2) 4. Night Driver 5. Pong Sports (3) [1 with Squiggly "S"s, 2 without] 6. Race 7. Space Combat 8. Target Fun Picture Label Demons To Diamonds (2) Pac-Man (2) Activision (All Standard Labels) Barnstorming Bridge Dragster Fishing Derby (2) Freeway (2) Grand Prix (6) Ice Hockey Kaboom! (2) Laser Blast (4) Pitfall II: Lost Caverns Pressure Cooker River Raid Robot Tank (2) Seaquest (2) Skiing (4) Sky Jinks (2) Space Shuttle: A Journey Into Space Stampede Starmaster (3) Tennis Imagic Text Label 1. Atlantis (2) 2. Demon Attack 3. Moonsweeper 4. Star Voyager 5. Trick Shot (2) Picture Label 1. Cosmic Ark 2. Demon Attack (4) 3. Dragonfire 4. Riddle Of The Sphinx (2) 5. Star Voyager Coleco (Sorry For The Long Descriptions Here, Many Variations) Carnival (2) [1 With "Atari® 2600 VCS" & Short Text] [1 With No "Atari® 2600 VCS" & Long Text] {Both "MADE IN U.S.A."} Donkey Kong (4) [All With Long Text & "MADE IN U.S.A."] Mouse Trap (2) [All With Long Text & "MADE IN U.S.A.] Venture (4) [1 With Long Text & "MADE IN U.S.A."] [1 With Long Text & Blank] [2 With "Atari® 2600 VCS", Short Text, "MADE IN U.S.A.", Different Hue On Label & Different Color Plastic] Zaxxon [Long Text & "MADE IN U.S.A."] Parker Brothers Amidar Frogger Mr. Do!'s Castle Q*Bert Reactor (2) Tutankham M Network (Sorry For The Long Descriptions Here, Many Variations) Adventures Of Tron (2) [both Made In Singapore] {1 With M Network Logo Stamped on Cart & No Square } {1 With No Logo & Square On The Underside} Armor Ambush (2) [1 Singapore] [1 Korea, Has Square} {Both Have No Logo} Astroblast (3) [2 U.S.A. With Square & No Logo] [1 Korea With Logo & No Square] BurgerTime [u.S.A.] {With Logo, No Square} Dark Cavern (2) [both Korea, No Logo, Has Square] Frogs and Flies (3) [1 Philippines, Has Logo, No Square] {2 Korea, No Logo, No Square} Kool-Aid Man [singapore, Has Logo, No Square] Lock 'n' Chase (3) [1 Philippines, Has Square] [2 Korea, No Square] {All No Logo} Space Attack [Korea, No Logo, Has Square] Super Challenge Baseball (2) [1 Korea, Has Square] [1 Singapore, No Square] {Both No Logo} Super Challenge Football (3) [1 U.S.A.] [1 Korea] [1 Philippines] {All No Logo, Have Square} INTV Adventures Of Tron [singapore] US Games/Vidtec Commando Raid Sneak'n Peak Space Jockey (3) Word Zapper Data Age Bugs (2) Encounter At L-5 Journey Escape (2) CBS Video Games/CBS Electronics Bluprint (3) GORF Solar Fox TigerVision King Kong [black Text] Threshold Mythicon Fire Fly Star Fox 20th Century Fox Mega Force Turmoil Porky's Worm War I SEGA Congo Bongo (2) Games By APOLLO SpaceChase (Unique Label) Manuals Atari Slim Manuals 3-D Tic-Tac-Toe [Rev. 1] Adventure [Rev. 2] Air-Sea Battle [Rev. 3] Backgammon [Rev. 1] Basic Math [No Revision # + Black Back] Bowling [Rev. 2] Brain Games [Rev. 3] Breakout (2) [both Rev. 3] Canyon Bomner (2) [both Rev. 2] Casino (2) [both Rev. 2] Circus Atari (3) [1 is Rev. 1 with Driving Controller Misprint] [2 are Rev. 2] Codebreaker (2) [both No Revision # + Matrix Back] Combat (2) [both 01 Variant & Printed in Taiwan] {No Revision # + Matrix Back} Dodge 'Em [Rev. 1] Flag Capture (2) [both No Revison # + Matrix Back] Hangman [Rev. 3] Human Cannonball [Rev. 2] Hunt & Score [No Revision # + Matrix Back] Indy 500 [Rev. 5] Maze Craze [Rev. 1] Miniature Golf [Rev .1] Night Driver [both Rev.2] Othello (2) [1 is Rev. 1, 1 is Rev. 2] Slot Racers (2) [both Rev. 3] Street Racer [Rev. 5] Superman [Rev. 3] Surround [Gatefold Version with Big Atari Logo and Matrix on Back] Video Olympics [Rev. 4] Video Pinball [Rev. 1] Large White Manuals Backgammon [Rev. 1] Basic Programming [Rev. 1] Defender [Rev. 1] Demons To Diamond [Rev. 1] Haunted House [Rev. 1] Indy 500 [Rev. 1] Pac-Man (3) [All Rev. 1] Sky Diver [Rev. 1] Space War [Rev. 1] Surround (2) [Rev.1] This is just the beginning, thanks for looking and pm me with any questions. Cheers! ~Matt
  4. Marc O. hasn't listed them on his site. Do some exist and who is offering them?
  5. Hey, everybody. I have a question regarding Apollo's box variants, specifically about the red boxes. From what I've seen, Apollo had two versions of its red boxes. The main difference I've noticed is with regard to the Apollo logo which appears on the bottom-left corner of the box cover, as well as on the back of the box. In one variant, the word "APOLLO" appears in red, and in the other, it appears in orange. My question is, which one of these came first? Any ideas? Thanks in advance for the help.
  6. 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
  7. They look nice but is there any point in purchasing them. Some people are like why pay so much for old cardboard so they go for reproduction boxes.
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