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  1. Many original and home-brew games for Atari 2600, ColecoVision and Intellivision for sale on eBay. Some rare games in there as well including mostly New & Like New with a couple of Good condition games. Troy
  2. Hi everyone, Here's 3 brand new games for your ColecoVision! - Junkwall - Kung Fu Master - MazeZam You can now order them directly on CollectorVision website: http://collectorvision.com/ Or you can also contact coleco_master here on AtariAge
  3. I have had "Matt Patrol" for years, and am wondering if Moon Patrol not only has different enemy graphics (brassieres to ships), but has any missing elements added, such as the "moon plants" in the craters during the Professional courses.
  4. I'm in the market for boxes for a few of my colecovision games Illusions Root Beer Tapper Donkey Kong Spy Hunter and about 10 others. i'd like to know if anyone has good to VERY good condition boxes that they'd sell or trade OR if there is someone who can make these boxes as they were back then...today.
  5. Joust. In 1988, it was THE main reason I purchased the then relatively recently released Atari 7800 at Kay-Bee Toys in the Jefferson Valley mall. I was a huge fan of the arcade version, owned the 2600 version, and so bought the 7800 along with Joust- to me, Pole Position 2 was just a bonus. It was some years later, probably around 1998, when I stumbled across a 5200 at a town-wide garage sale. It took some effort repairing the broken controller plugs, but it was well worth it for Berzerk, Qix, Defender, and a few others. Some time later I found Joust for it, and while obviously not as good as the 7800 version, was still nice enough to play. I also played the NES version, which was great, but not quite up to the 7800 version- the latter just had more of the "essence" of the original somehow. Then in 2001 I found out about Joust for the ColecoVision. Although only a screenshot and description, it was still very impressive, and what struck me as curious was that it was supposed to have been released in 1983- and that it, like Galaxian, was superior to the 5200 version.Too bad it was never finished. Then it finally was completed. So- having had enough money- I bought a copy. It did not disappoint. Although the sound of two opponents meeting at equal height is missing and the pteradactyl looks a bit crude, it is overall better than the 5200 version, most notably the way the enemies move and the character graphics. Although the sound is a bit more complete on the 5200 and the tree stump on the bottom of the playfield is closer to the arcade on the 5200, the CV wins out, even if there are never more than five enemies onscreen at once. I also like the title screen. Absolutely superb. What makes this game unusual was that it was a "keystone" game. The reason I bought a 7800 was for Joust. Had this game come out in 1983 for the CV, especially along with Dig Dug and Pac Man, and had I known about games like Boulder Dash and Fortune Builder; and had Lord of the Dungeon been released...I never would have bought a 7800. It was Joust that really did it. Was there ever a game which, had it come out on the CV back then, would have prevented you from purchasing another system?
  6. Ever heard of the ColecoVision Brotherhood? The CV Brotherhood was founded by me along with a few other guys a few years ago The mission of the Brotherhood is to preserve any CV related stuff, but most importantly, the CV prototypes We already did saved a few prototypes out there and made them available in cartridge format (physical release) Well, I'm happy to announce that the CV Brotherhood is soon going to strike back once again!! We'll soon reveal a big announcement! So stay tuned! "Your Vision is Our Vision!"
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