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  1. Here's the development thread for Leisure Suit Toby (Larry) I'll post development progress in this thread I've about 75% of all graphics done, I need to double check some though So here's a few screens that has already been verified and works for CV
  2. Here are the latest Collectors Lists for the ColecoVision and ADAM Computer systems. Please note that I am not maintaining Rarity ratings anymore, so what you see listed should only be used as a general guideline. There are still many items to add to these respective lists (especially Homebrew items), but time hasn't been on my side of late and they will have to wait until next year's update. Enjoy and as always, please feel free to share additions, corrections, thoughts, etc. in this thread. ColecoVision & ADAM Computer Collector Rarity List v2.10 (2014) (NIAD).zip Coleco ADAM Computer Collector Rarity List v2.10 (2014) (NIAD).zip
  3. DoctorSpuds


    From the album: My Collection

    IT WORKS!!!! IT'S AMAZING!!!!!
  4. From the album: Intymike´s collection

    © photo by Michael Luenzer

  5. 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.
  6. I picked up a Coleco Telstar Combat! today at CCAG and I have managed to get the controllers working decently now, but I can't get the left speaker to utter a peep. The right one is working fine, so I can hear the fired shots and explosions. (It was actually the one with the wire pinched in the case and still works!) I opened up the unit and checked all the speaker connections and even tested the voice coil on the silent speaker with my meter and it's not open. Any ideas as to why it's not producing any sound? I assume this is the one that makes the tank motor sounds when you move.
  7. Atarileaf asked this question and I thought it was a cool question so I did a video response on it. I would love to hear everyone else's answers on the question. The games don't haft to be for the Colecovision but since the Colecovision should be everyone here's favorite system I figure it will be mostly all Colecovision games here. You don't haft to do a video response you can just post the answers here. I would love to see pictures or video responses as those are the most fun to see. ****Remember you must have the cart only in your collection for it to be "wished" to turn into a CIB(Complete In Box).**** Here is my 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0r5YxvqGnfE&feature=youtu.be
  8. Hi guys! Today I spoke with Chris at River West Brands about the Coleco History Book so we can work something out about the Liscence BUT, we also discussed about possible partnership between River West Brands and CollectorVision Chris Is very interested to having us making new games for the ColecoVision System Wich mean, CollectorVision would become an official ColecoVision developper! Our games will now be officially liscenced by Coleco themselves Now, nothing is set in the stone yet, but there's good chances this will become a reality! I'll keep you guys posted
  9. Today I was lucky enough to pick up an ADAM that looks to be in excellent cosmetic shape and includes a floppy drive! So I have now joined the world of ADAM owners. I hardly ever see these available for sale in my area so I had to jump on it. I believe I got a pretty decent deal, in fact I'm so pleased by the purchase I'm giving the seller a plug at the end of my post as he has a video game selling business and he will soon have some lovely boxed ColecoVision items to sell if anyone here is interested... The photos below show all that I picked up. The only things missing are the data cables for the disk drive and keyboard, so I can't take her for a test drive just yet. It smells a bit like cigarette smoke so it needs a good cleaning, and I'm going to brighten up her plastic with some hydrogen peroxide and UV light. Anyway, today feels like Xmas and I feel like a kid again The seller is ACME Video Games, Mike Dymus owner/proprietor. He is currently selling stuff on eBay and Kijiji. http://stores.ebay.com/ATARI-ACTION http://www.kijiji.ca/o-posters-other-ads/1134787
  10. Looking for a Working/Tested/Great condition/Clean Colecovision system with at least on controller (2 preferably), power supply. Doesn't have to come with original box. AV Modded is a plus, but not required. Included games are good, but not needed as I plan to grab a flash cart. PM me if you have one available! I'm in Denver, CO, 80205. Thanks, ISB
  11. I had some Coleco Gemini Controllers included when I bought some games off a kijiji ad and when I bought a system. My problem: I opened them and cleaned them and there was black gunk all over the connectors. I first ran it through stella with the 2600 daptor 2 and it was funny. The dial moved the ship in defender and the stick when I pushed up would shoot but when I had the case off it would work no problem. I tried ms pac man on a 2600 and it worked the button worked and the joystick worked (with the case on). When I tried it on breakout the dial worked but I had to press up on the joystick to shoot the ball (This was also on a 2600). Now what I think it is I used too much rubbing alcohol and took something out of the board but I just want to fix and remedy it. There was possibly some black gunk that was supposed to be there possibly? HELP!
  12. Here is an incredible video of Coleco executives introducing the Coleco ADAM Computer at "The Boston Computer Society" that was brought to my attention by Richard Salvati thru his Coleco ADAM website. The video was archived by "The Computer History Museum" and posted on Youtube. It is quite lengthy (runs 80 minutes), so set some time aside to watch it in it's entirety. The ADAM Computer used for the demonstration is a pre-production module that looks and functions very similarly to what was sold in stores a few months later and so far I have only noticed one difference from resale ADAMs... the file display screen when loading/saving is just a text screen instead of a file index display. I'm sure there are other differences, but I haven't watch the video in it's entirety yet, only skipping thru it. Thanks Justin for bringing this video to our attention! https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=gg_I9TGYM-w
  13. MINI-ARCADES: Ok. We get it. Atari Age users are the gurus at Hardware and Emulation. Everyone is asking for the Minis. We do need your help. Our goal is to create a Mini that is similar in size and quality as the mini's from the 80s. The goal here would be to have each mini focus on one featured game (for EXAMPLE only: Say its Ms. Pac Man on one unit, Donkey Kong on another etc.), then each unit may have a few other games on the system as well, but they would not be featured on the side stickers, and only mentioned on the box art. Please feel free to give your opinion on the technical specification of the Mini's that you would suggest. Screen type and size, emulators, hardware, platform or any other specs that you think we should consider. The more specific the better. LET'S do this as a team!... Keep in mind that we would like to keep the quality of the plastic high as well as having a mid range quality on the guts of the machine. BUT, at the same time, we would need to be able to have a retail price point that consumers would be interested in. (And while we are at it, you may as well give us an idea of what you would expect to pay for a mini). Any other advice would be appreciated. This is out first thread, and we are hoping to keep up with responses the best that we can! You can also give your opinion on the same topic on our facebook page.
  14. I was playing Jr Pac Man with the Coleco Gemini Atari 2600 clone joystick / paddle and decided to try a paddle game, Circus Atari. The short throw joystick is great for quick turns and reverses. The paddle, however, was jitter city. The second controller did not jitter so I decided to clean or replace the paddle part. Remove the four corner screws and the Center screw. Five screws. They sure didn't go cheap here as there is a sixth screw, but that is for the joystick. Leave that one in. No clips, it just opens. OMG, there is no potentiometer! Well, not completely true - it is like a big exposed potentiometer. It is just a circuit board with a carbon strip that will change the resistance value. I have seen them smaller, used for volume knobs on radios. If used a lot they wear down and cause noise when moving. Is Coleco cheap, or brilliant? I am still not sure, but this makes cleaning a breeze, and replacement impossible. So, out comes my ancient "Realistic® Tape Recorder Head Lubricant" and a bit of paper towel. A quick wipe, put it back together... And it is rock steady! A fixed paddle controller. Tip: when using with Harmony cartridge, holding down the fire button changes the way the stick / paddle is read by the menu software.
  15. This is the last of 3 large ADAM Computer Packages that I have made available to AtariAge members. If you have been considering picking up an ADAM Computer, I would seriously consider this package as it will be the last one I assemble and eBay is not the best option to use when buying ADAM Computers unless you get lucky with an honest seller. I have up for sale a very large ADAM Computer package that I have meticulously assembled with the idea of offering it up for sale to someone here on AtariAge that has been looking to buy one of these systems, but did not want to go thru all the time, hassle and expense of finding "working" components of the system.... let alone test and clean everything and then acquire software to use with it. Each item listed out below has been tested, disassembled, cleaned, re-assembled and tested again very thoroughly over the course of the last three weeks to the best of my abilities and using all the available ColecoVision and ADAM test utility cartridges and software that I have available to me. As far as the system and all the extras stand, they are in 100% working condition and physically are in good condition. Local pickup is very welcome if you are within a reasonable distance. Shipping will be via the best option that I can find, not necessarily the cheapest, with USPS being the frontrunner currently and will be insured accordingly. The ADAM Computer lot will be packaged up into two separate boxes that combined will weigh roughly 40pds. I have yet to package everything up, but as soon as I do, I will post details of the box sizes and weight so that shipping cost estimates can be made. I will consider any and all Foreign purchasers. Here is the complete list of everything I have amassed along with a large number of pictures: Complete ADAM Stand-Alone Computer System with built-in ColecoVision - Memory Console (Revision 80 - last one made by Coleco) - NEW OLD STOCK - ADAM Logic Board installed in Memory Console - Digital Data Drive (has been speed calibrated) - False Digital Data Drive Door - Printer with built-in system Power Supply (printer ribbon and print wheel in good shape) - Keyboard with ADAMnet Cable and Hand Controller Attachment - 2 Hand Controllers - RFI Kit - ADAM RF Switchbox with RF Cable Set of ADAM Owner's Manuals - Programming with ADAM: A Simple Guide to SmartBASIC - ADAM Set-Up Manual: Getting Started - ADAM System Check-Out and Trouble-Shooting Guide - ADAM SmartWRITER Easy Reference Guide - ADAM Word Processing: Typing with ADAM - Supplement to the ADAM Set-Up Manual for the SmartWRITER Printer (not pictured) Coleco ADAM 5 1/4" Floppy Disk Drive - original Power Supply - 3ft ADAMnet flat cable - Disk Manager software (copy, not original) Coleco ADAM 64K Memory Expander (Coleco brand, not 3rd Party) - byte tested to be good from address 00000 to 65535 with Homebrew test software - with original Manual Wico Command Control Joystick for CV or ADAM 2 blank ADAM Digital Data Packs (1 Loran brand - the manufacturer of DDPs for Coleco) PitStop cartridge with manual (French/Canadian release) Coleco ADAM software on Data Packs: - Buck Rogers Super Game (original) - Donkey Kong Super Game (original) - Donkey Kong Junior Super Game (original) - SmartBASIC (original) - SmartLOGO (original case, replacement DDP) - VideoTunes (a terrific 3rd Party music composition program) (original) ADAM Software on 5 1/4" Disk (copies of Homebrew/3rd Party releases): - ADAM Bomb II (the best game ever made for the ADAM... hands down) - BrainStorm (a great mix of Tetris and Hangman) - CopyCart+ v2.0 (the best cartridge copy program) - Diablo (one of my favorite ADAM games) - Family Feud Question Pack - Family Feud Writer (make your own Question Packs) - File Manager v3.0 (the best copy utility program with numerous features) - Jeopardy Question Pack - Jeopardy Writer (make your own Question Packs) - MicroChip (a tremendous Homebrew game made in 1995) - Temple of the Snow Dragon (2 disk monster of a graphics adventure game) ADAM Software on 5 1/4" Disk (copies of Coleco releases) - ADAM Utilities (a collection of Coleco In-House utilities for testing the ADAM Computer) - ADAMCalc - CP/M 2.2 & Assembler - Disk Manager (included with the 5 1/4" Disk Drve) - Electronic FlashCard Maker - ExperType - Richard Scarry's Best Electronic Wordbook Ever (2 disk set) - SmartBASIC - SmartFILER with manual - SmartLOGO - 2010: The Text Adventure - The ADAM Home Software Library (for the 32 Basic Programs book) - B.C. II: Grog's Revenge - Best of B.C., The - Best of Broderbund, The - Best of Electronic Arts, The - Buck Rogers Super Game - Cabbage Patch Kids: Adventures in the Park Enhanced - Dam Busters Super Game - Donkey Kong Super Game - Donkey Kong Junior Super Game - Donkey Kong Junior Super Game (5 screen version) - Dragon's Lair - Family Feud - Front Line Super Game (Demo) - includes a special replica Coleco style disk label - Jeopardy (2 disk set) - SubRoc Super Game - Temple of Apshai (by Epyx) - Troll's Tale - Tunnels & Trolls (Demo) - Zaxxon Super Game I am not including the beautiful set of Coleco replica labels made by PBoland and myself with this package, but if you are interested in obtaining these labels, I have provided thread link with full pictures of the labels and disk sleeves, pricing and how to order. The labels and disk sleeves are only $1.50 each!!! http://atariage.com/forums/topic/195840-adam-game-disk-labels-disk-sleeves-interest-check/page__hl__%20adam%20%20disk%20%20labels A SPECIAL BONUS... I will make you a DVD of my entire ColecoVision and ADAM collection of digital files (rather large) including almost everything ever made fo the ADAM software wise in Disk and DDP image files, emulators, manuals, pictures, rom images, ADAM to PC conversion utilities, etc., etc. If you have a PC with a 5 1/4" drive that can boot into DOS, you can supply yourself with any software program you desire... you'll just need the disks and some free time. NO CURRENT HOMEBREW CARTRIDGE RELEASES INCLUDED unless they were released by their authors. See all the pictures provided below! And now, the big one, the price of this large package... $525.00 paid via PayPal or Cash
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