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  1. I've created this thread to contain all of my future Astrocade video overviews and reviews. Let's get started! Today, I made an overview video of Bally Artillery, a game for the Astrocade. I was browsing random issues of Creative Computing on archive.org on June 7, 2018 when I came across a game that I had never heard of before: Bally Artillery by John W. Rhodes. This game isn't to be confused with Artillery Duel by John Perkins. Both have the same idea, but they are completely different programs. Even though this game was published in August 1982, the author seems to imply in his write-up that it was written in late 1978 or early 1979, shortly after he got his Bally Arcade. You can view the Bally Artillery article with the type-in program, here: http://www.ballyalley.com/type-in_programs/basic/basic.html#BallyArtilleryBASICTypeIn Here are the authors notes from the Bally Artillery article: "In December of 1978 I was ready to buy my first computer system, but my requirements were not easy to meet. I wanted something that could handle arcade-quality games, had high- resolution graphics capability, color display, and Basic in PROM. "I was not satisfied with anything my local dealers had to show (no one I visited had a Compucolor. the Apple dealers were showing low-resolution only, and the Atari was only a rumor), but on the basis of the (somewhat premature) advertising for the keyboard/expansion unit. I decided to buy a Bally Professional Arcade. I could use Tiny Basic for a while, and turn it into a "real" machine in just a few short months. "It was just a few short months later that the local dealers began to show Compucolors and high-resolution Apples, and it seemed that the Bally expansion unit was more of a rumor than the Atari 800. I would visit the showrooms, see those beautiful full-size keyboards, watch people work in "real" Basic and be as green as the color monitors. "I particularly liked the artillery game that Compucolor called 'Shoot...' This game generates a random terrain display and wind factor and positions two artillery emplacements on the screen so that two opponents can take turns trying to obliterate each other. Eventually I resolved that I either had to buy a Compucolor or program this game on my Bally. I chose the latter. "This turned out to be quite a challenge with less than 2K of memory and integer-only Tiny Basic. But the Bally Basic is quite sound for game programming and easy to work with. The greatest difficulty was finding an integer sine routine, but after searching the magazines I found a routine to adapt to my purpose. I started out using a full ballistic equation, but soon found by experimentation that I could use an approximation. This eliminated an integer square-root routine and added speed in the bargain. "I spent approximately two months writing, debugging, and fine-tuning the program, but it was worth the effort. "A few months later I did buy the Compucolor and have been using it ever since. I'm well satisfied with it and use it for a variety of tasks. But my wife and I still enjoy the Bally for its games, especially the artillery game." The article also includes notes and an explanation of how the program works. I'm not sure how I overlooked it before now. Bally Artillery appeared in a major publication. How has it remained under the radar all of this time? Thanks to Lance Squire for typing in Bally Artillery last week. Since he put in the effort, I was able to give the game a try today. I made a video of the game that includes gameplay footage, an overview, and a BASIC listing. You can watch my video on YouTube, here: You can download the original 595MB MP4 video from archive.org: https://archive.org/details/BallyArtillerybyJohnRhodesforAstrocade When Lance get the kinks worked out in Artillery Duel and it's error-free, then I'll added this "AstroBASIC" game to BallyAlley.com. Enjoy! Adam
  2. I have finished my adaptation of Jake Commander's Space Trek game, originally written for the TRS-80 Color Computer! This is a classic Trek game, destroy all the klingons before time expires! You must navigate around an 8x8 size galaxy, finding all the Klingons and destroying them without being destroyed yourself. Please note that the time limit is in REAL time, so if you leave it running, you'll lose the game eventually! You can select a difficulty from 1 to 5, this affects the amount of time you have and how many potential klingons can appear in a quadrant. This is my final version of the game, I gave it to Vorticon to post up on the TI Game Base. The big addition is magnetic storms, as well as making phasers a much more viable and fun weapon to use in game. If you find any bugs or issues with the game, or just have questions, please post on the thread! The zip contains a Classic99 ready Extended BASIC file ready to drop in and load, as well as instructions. Version 3.2: SpaceTrekv32.zip
  3. Hey all, I'm interested in buying or trading for pretty much any sega saturn games as I am just starting my collection. I am also interested in obtaining original saturn boxes and a few dreamcast titles if i can get a lot with a system, controllers, vmus, games, etc. Shoot me offers on anything or link me to your for sale or for trade threads. I have an ambassador's 3DS with games, turbografx-16 with turbo booster plus, a gold nes, and some nes games for offer. http://atariage.com/forums/topic/216349-fs-ft-wii-u-turbografx-16-and-turbo-booster-plus-games-gold-nes-bundle/ Games I am really looking for now: Saturn: Panzer Dragoon II Zwei Panzer Dragon Saga Contra Legacy of War Shining Force III Shining Wisdom D Enemy Zero House of the Dead (Case and manual only) Saturn Bomberman Albert Odyssey Dragon Force Sonic Jam Sonic R Shinobi Legions Herc's Adventures Rayman Mega Man X4 Mega Man 8 Dracula X Hexen Doom Powerslave Quake Metal Slug Earthworm Jim 2 Radiant Silvergun Thunderforce V Darius Gaiden guardian heroes three dirty dwarves Legend of oasis Warcraft II Bust a move 3 Sega Ages and much more... Dreamcast: Sonic Adventure 2 Skies of Arcadia Illbleed D2 Cannon Spike Rez Spawn in the Demon's Hand Typing of the Dead with key board house of the dead 2 with gun All Resident Evils Powerstone II Bangai-O thanks for your time
  4. I need a game box for Super Mario Land,Tetris, Bonk's adventure, Revenge of the gator, Castlevania adventure,Burger time deluxe, Wario Land 1, Wario Land 3, and Pokemon Gold. If you have any of these reply so that we can establish a price.
  5. Kelsey is a Bandai Wonderswan collector and she shares her buying tips, covering the three different handhelds, crazy accessories (a robot and programming kit!?) and some of her favorite Non-Japanese games. Games shown: GunPey Ex Clock Tower Final Fantasy 1 & 2 Puzzle Bobble Puyo Puyo Tsu Ganso JaJaMaru-kun (remake of Ninja JaJaMaru-kun) Tane-o-Maku Tori (Birds Sow the Seeds) Buffers Evolution Rhyme Rider Kerorikan Rockman EXE WS Beat Mania Kaze no Klonoa - Moonlight Museum One Piece - Grand Battle Swan Colloseum Buy Wonderswan here: http://goo.gl/m11ZoE Anybody else here collect Wonderswan?
  6. Hello, So I was thinking about getting an Amiga or ST and I'm trying to decide which one to get. I live in the US and there's a game I want to play that was released for both systems called "Fire & Ice", but it only came out in Europe. Comparing the Amiga and ST, which one is the most import friendly and which model would be the best to get, so I can play PAL games like "Fire & Ice" in the states? Thanks in advance.
  7. Hi everyone,i have some really good stuff for all of you. After the Chameleon fiasco,i wanted to talk to Collectorvision & Piko Interactive on their Facebook pages to see if they had any interest in porting some of their games either for the Jag or Jag CD. Fortunately they do,but the 2 developers have some issues,Collectorvision doesn't have a programmer for the system yet,menwhile Piko Interactive is figuring out on how to put some of their games in cartrigdges form. But either way,this is awesome news, what do you think?
  8. This is my games room which is where I keep all my game related stuff.
  9. The Java game library seems to be unexplored considering that it's one of the most popular programming languages and that it's supported by so many systems.
  10. I have just completed the final proof of the 4th set of peel & stick Intellivision cover photos. These die cut 1.9 x 2.5 inch stickers are designed to fit perfectly onto the top of standard game cartridges. This project was not without some mishaps, adjustments, & revisions. For those of you that are wanting completed sets of game labels I will be sending PMs to each of you as soon as I have them printed out. Still to do the really rare labels which will be even tougher. Thanks for all the support to everyone in this great group of people.
  11. Hi all, I´m late this year, sorry for that. But of course the ABBUC Softwarecompetition will continue. Slightly updates rules will follow, find the latest news at: http://www.abbuc.de/atari/software-ressort/81-software/softwarewettbewerbe/1795-software-wettbewerb-2016 Most important change: This year there will be TWO (2) categories, both will pay 500€ for the first place: "Games" and "Applications" Stay tuned for more information. Happy Coding!
  12. I will have extremely limited access to AtariAge from July 11 to August 7. If you direct a question at me on the forms or PM me, it is highly unlikely I will be able to reply. Hello everyone! I've got a few things for sale. I can accept trades too! Make me an offer: I'm looking for Neo Geo MVS games and SNES essentials especially. See my signature for wanted thread link! Buyer pays all shipping costs. If you want I can ship at any USPS shipping speed (Priority, 2 Day, Overnight, etc.) if you want to pay for it. All prices are negotiable a bit, or buy a bunch to save on shipping and get a bundle deal! Pics upon request. Here is my AtariAge feedback. I'm relatively new here, so only a bit: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/248558-kreatorkat/ I've currently got some games and cables for sale, highlighted by an N64 Console. 2600: Warlords cart only- $4. Cart great condition. Front label great, a small amount of fading on end label. NES: Silent Service- $4. Cart in great condition! Jordan vs. Bird 1 on 1- $2. This one is in pretty bad condition. There is wear on the label, but it is not ripped. The cartridge itself is a little dirty, could use a cleaning. The game does work, but if you're using a toaster NES that doesn't have its lockout chip disabled, as with many NES carts, you need to try a few times. N64: California Speed- $6. Nice condition, label slightly worn, but just barely. Looks fine really, just mentioning it. Top Gear Overdrive- $5. Front label is ever so slightly worn, but back label is slightly torn at the top. Black Console- $28 Sale This Week (till next Sunday) Only! Console works perfectly, decent condition but could use a small cleaning. Comes with Jumper Pack! No cords or controllers, but if you would like I do have N64 composite cables for sale below and a couple of controllers in bad condition I might be willing to part with. No expansion slot lid, but to be honest I prefer the look of no lid if you purchase an expansion pack, which is a necessary accessory IMHO. SNES: Family Feud- $5. Label has some wear in a few places. PS2: Breakin' Da Rules (CiB)- $5. Box has a bit of wear all around but very nice. Disk and manual are great. Wii: The Amazing Race (original disk, manual, and art, fake case)- $4. Manual and disk perfect, box not perfect. NBA 2K11 (CiB)- $6- Manual and disk perfect, box great with some residue on spine. Accessories: Adapter to replace your RF switch box! Similar to the ones in the Atariage store, provides convince and a slightly better picture- $2. Works, nothing else to it lol. Radioshack RF switch box- $3. Works, nothing else to it lol. All AV cables and Nintendo switchboxes $3 (all official)- -XBox 360 AV -SNES/N64/GC AV -NES/SNES RF box (also works with Genesis) -Genesis RF box (also works with NES/SNES) Thats all for now, Thanks! KreatorKat
  13. I tried to do a search on this both in AA and through Google without any success. But I find it hard to believe that no games were made that didn't allow for using the keyboard arrow keys instead of a joystick to move the character (or whatever?) around the screen. So hopefully all you gamers out there can scratch your heads and come up with some possibilites. Thanks, - Michael
  14. So I just got a Lynx two with a sun shade and California Games. I've been having a blast with it (except for half pipe,) but it is time to broaden my horizons. This time of year, my funds are tied up in other summer related pursuits, not to mention my Jaguar collection lol. What are 10 games that I should get right off the bat that are fun, but also nice and cheap, I'm talking like 5-20 bucks on ebay? Thanks!! -Rick PS-Does the Lynx 1 AC adapter work with Lynx II? If one person could answer this that would be great. Looking to order one today, so I don't have to stockpile AA batteries in bulk.
  15. Hello! I am selling off all of my extra Atari 2600 games. I have far too much to list here so please email me at [email protected] and I will send you the list in an Excel spreadsheet. I also offer joystick repair services if you want a stick fixed and fixed right! In addition to games, I have a Wico Bat Handle joystick and 2 boxed Competition Pro 1000 joysticks from Coin Control. Also I have a few working consoles as well. Thank for reading! Email me with any questions! ~Matt
  16. We hear a lot about the Atari and its NTSC artifact being used by programmers to get more colours in hi-res modes but I don't think I've ever seen (and couldn't find when I searched) any discussion of PAL games that took advantage of the way PAL displays horizontally blur the display allowing for dithering effects to increase the palette and achieve transparency effects or half bright colours the way it was done on machines like the mega drive and spectrum. Are there any PAL games on the Atari that use these techniques?
  17. Around last year I was able to get a huge lot of TI-99 games. I am just now getting to them and I noticed that i couldn't find any information on some of the games. I figured i would post some pictures and all of the info I know. The first game is a version of multiplication, except it wasn't released by Texas Instruments. The next one is called Khe Sanh Guerilla War in Viet Nam. The game is on a disk, and produced by Not Polyoptics. The next game is Tower, also made by Not Polyoptics. This one is a cassette. The next one is B-1 nuclear bomber. It is a cassette. I can find Wikipedia saying it exists, but no photos. It is still sealed. finally I have Star Trap. When I looked up this game, it always states that it was made by Excltec, when mine says its made by DataBioTics Inc.. All of the other photos are games that are documented to exist, but have no pictures online. Space patrol, spy's demise, and red baron.
  18. I recently bought an upright arcade machine and I am working on selling off a bunch of excess stuff so that I can buy the parts I need. Please check out my auctions here... eBay Seller: bluec300 Thank you and I will be listing more video game and arcade stuff soon!
  19. Hello! I have Atari XEGS games reproductions for sale. An article regarding this is available on: https://www.vintageisthenewold.com/new-reproduction-game-cartridges-available-for-atari-xegs-and-xl-xe-computers/ The official XEGS games list is as follows: Ace of Aces Airball Archon: The Light and the Dark Ballblazer Barnyard Blaster Battlezone Blue Max Bug Hunt Choplifter Crime Buster Crossbow Crystal Castles Dark Chambers David's Midnight Magic Desert Falcon Donkey Kong Eastern Front (1941) Fight Night Flight Simulator II Food Fight GATO HardBall! Into the Eagle's Nest Karateka Lode Runner Mario Bros. Necromancer One-on-One Basketball Rescue on Fractalus! Star Raiders II Summer Games Thunderfox Also, I can make reproductions of the unreleased XEGS prototypes: Commando Tower Toppler Deflektor Mean 18 Midi Maze An last, but certainly not the least, I have some XEGS conversions available: Pooyan! Montezuma Again! (new hack game from Montezuma's Revenge, topic regarding this: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/283253-montezuma-arrangement/ ) The pcbs can fit in a Atari standard cartridge case. You can visit my YouTube channel with demonstrations and tutorials on how to assemble them: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCg5eRNgGIkWoUcwHs_YbkDA If you are interested, you can PM me on this account. Cheers!
  20. When I got my 2600 Harmony Cart, I did a hard assessment of my physical carts and shed quite a few that I didn't deem to be "keepers." Just of the top of my head I would never get rid of at least one copy of: -Combat -Bowling -Centipede -Skiing -River Raid -Halo 2600 -Kaboom -Pole Position -Frogger -Pitfall -Space Invaders -Pac Man -Adventure -Atlantis -Frog' N Flies -Outlaw -Commando Raid -Freeway And a few dozen more I can't think of right now because i'm at work. Despite everdrives, emulators, etc, what are your physical 2600 carts you would never consider parting ways with, no matter what.
  21. I am starting a Facebook Page for The Atari Portfolio which will be Closed,and I need 3 admins that really know their stuff around The Atari Portfolio........... Russ Campbell (Mr Portfolio) Yes I wrote the article , What Good Is An Atari Portfolio way back in the old days.
  22. Well, I decided last week to go ahead and add some more games to my collection of the Atari Jaguar. I purchased Skyhammer and some S-video cables from Carl at Songbird Productions, and am awaiting their arrival. I'm very excited about Skyhammer, because the screenshots look very interesting and very very good in terms of graphics. I really can't wait to see this game in action. And believe it or not, I'm quite excited at the prospect of finally recieving some s-video cables as well, for I know how good an improvement those things have been on other systems like my Neo Geo and Nintendo systems. I'm not sure how much an improvement I'm going to get, but I'm sure once I hook them up I'll notice something....but nevertheless, I've always thought the Jaguar had a better-than-average composite video output. Actually thats an understatement, as I really feel the Jag has the best composite out I've ever seen, so I can't wait to see how well the s-video looks.In a few weeks, I plan on finishing off the Songbird part of my collection, and am planning on buying Hyper Force, Soccer Kid, and Jag-Ads...all of which I'm extremely anxious and excited about purchasing. I already have Protector SE, and I was very pleased with the overall quality of that game, especially the packaging.--------------------------------------------------------------I really need a copy of Battlesphere. I would prefer the Gold edition, but would settle for the original release to start with. I've never had the chance to play this game, and it's not a money issue either, as I've tried to purchase the game multiple times in the past, and usually have offered OVER what was the asking price. I've offered up to $250 for a Gold edition of this game a few years ago when it wasn't worth that much, but it's always sold to someone else for less due to a 'promise' or a 'friend' or whatnot.Thats all fine and good, I guess I just have to miss out, but there's something about the Battlesphere market that makes me upset with this community a little bit, and that is the fact that there is too much hoarding of this game. Since it's a network compatible game for up to 8 players, there are actually people who thought they needed 8 copies of the game, and they still have 8 copies, if just to use them once a year at a random Jagfest. I don't mind missing out on some guy who's selling his only copy of Battlesphere, as he probably needed the money and I was late or whatever, but this game really should be more readily available within the community. I really wish this hoarding mentality would go away, and some of you guys with 8 copies, or 4 copies, or however many multiples you have, would do the rest of us Jaguar fans the honor of selling those things off so the rest of us could actually play this game. There simply aren't enough Jaguar fans in one place to warrant one person holding on to so many copies. Heck, it's damn near impossible just to get 2 Jag owners together to network a 2 player game of DOOM, and you most likely have to be living in the same large city like NY or Chicago.I honestly have ZERO respect for anyone that has 8 copies of this game. I'm sorry but thats the way I feel, and if I ever see you in person at a Jagfest or other get together I'll be sure to run that sentiment your way and to your face. I'm not a communist, I don't believe in taking whats yours and spreading it equally to the masses, even though thats what my rant sounds like. Like I said, I think it would be the honorable thing to do if you *sold* the games off to the community at large.The way I think of it is, what situation is better: Situation A where one person owns 8 copies of this game, that gets displayed once a year at Jagfest for a few people to play for a few minutes under supervision of the owner; or Situation B where 8 different people own Battlesphere and can play it everyday whenever they want? I think the answer is pretty self-evident.Any person with the money, should be able to own and hoard as many games as they want I guess, there's nothing illegal about it. But it certainly says alot about your character, and your selfish nature. If you get enjoyment from withholding this systems' best game from the majority of Jag owners and fans, why is that? It's not a status symbol for cryin out loud, it's a video game.
  23. Am needing to sell a big part of my collection to pay for some more important expenses, so I'm wondering how much my Atari 2600 collection is worth. It consists of: 1 Atari 2600 4 switch woodgrain 1 Atari 2600 Light Sixer--Game reset switch does not work. Probably an easy fix, but I don't have the time, money, or knowhow to do it. 1 2600 standard joystick 1 Wico Command Control Ball top joystick--2600/7800 1 Wico Command Control joystick--2600/7800 2 Wico Black Max joysticks--2600/7800 2 sets of 2600/7800 paddles 2 2600/7800 driving paddles 2 2600/7800 keyboard controllers 1 2600/7800 video touch pad controller 1 2600/7800 Trak-ball controller 2 LeStik 2600/7800 controllers GAME COMPANY LABEL RARITY NOTES 3-D Tic Tac Toe Atari Picture 2 Adventure Atari Picture 2 Adventures of Tron INTV White 3 Air Sea Battle Atari Picture 3 Alpha Beam With Ernie Atari Children's 4 Amidar Parker Brothers Standard 2 Armor Ambush M Network Black 3 Asteroids Atari Picture 1 Box and Instructions Astroblast M Network Black ? Label Variation "U.S.A." Astroblast M Network Black ? Label Variation "Philippines" Atlantis IMagic Picture - Day Scene 2 Baseball ? Taiwan Cooper ? Box Basic Math Atari Text # - "61 basic math" 4 Basketball Atari Picture 2 Basketball Sears Telegames Text 2 699826 2 Tele-Games Battlezone Atari Silver 2 Berzerk Atari Picture 1 Instructions Big Bird's Egg Catch Atari Children's 4 Blackjack Atari Text # - "51 blackjack" 3 Bowling Atari Picture 2 Bowling Atari Red Text 2 Bowling Sears Telegames Text 2 6 Tele-Games Boxing Activision Standard 2 Brain Games Atari Text 3 Breakaway IV Sears Telegames Text 3 12 Tele-Games Breakout Atari Picture 2 Bump 'n' Jump M Network Black 4 BurgerTime M Network Black 3 Canyon Bomber Atari Picture 2 Casino Atari Picture 1 Centipede Atari Silver 2 Comic Book Championship Soccer Atari Text 2 Instructions Chess/Othello ? Taiwan Cooper ? Box Chopper Command Activision Blue 3 Circus Atari Atari Picture 2 Coconuts Telesys Color Standard 4 Codebreaker Atari Text 3 Combat Atari Picture 1 Instructions Combat Atari Text 1 Box and Instructions Concentration Atari Picture 3 Cookie Monster Munch Atari Children's 4 Commando Raid US Games Black 2 Cosmic Ark IMagic Picture 2 Crystal Castles Atari Silver 2 Dancing Plate/Chinese Konfu Quelle Short ? Import--PAL, Box--Chinese Konfu, Game=Dishaster Decathlon Activision Standard 3 Defender Atari Picture 1 Demon Attack IMagic Picture 2 Demons to Diamonds Atari Picture 2 Dig Dug Atari Silver 2? Label says c 1985, not 1987 Dodge 'Em Atari Text - "dodge 'em" 2 Dodger Cars Sears Telegames Text 3 3 Tele-Games, same as Atari Dodge 'Em Donkey Kong Coleco Standard 1 Instructions Dragonfire IMagic Picture 2 Dragster Activision Standard 2 E.T. Atari Silver 1 Instructions Enduro Activision Standard 2 Fast Food Telesys Color Standard 3 Fire Fighter IMagic Picture 3 Fishing Derby Activision Standard 3 Football Atari Text 1 Football - Realsports Soccer Atari Silver 4 Freeway Activision Standard 2 Frogger Parker Brothers Standard 1 Frogger II: Threeedeep! Parker Brothers Standard 6 Frogs and Flies M Network Black 2 Galaxian Atari Silver 2 Golf Sears Telegames Text 3 No number on cart Grand Prix Activision Standard 2 Gravitar Atari Red 2 Box x2, Warranty Card Haunted House Atari Picture 2 Instructions Home Run Atari Picture 2 Instructions hunt & score Atari Text 3 Indy 500 Atari Text 2 Journey Escape Data Age Standard 2 Jungle Hunt Atari Silver 2 Kaboom! Activision Blue 3 Kaboom! Activision Standard 2 Kangaroo Atari Silver 2? Upside down label Kangaroo Atari Silver 2 Laser Blast Activision Standard 2 Lock 'N' Chase INTV White 3 M Network Instructions M.A.D. US Games Beveled Case 4 M*A*S*H 20th Century Fox Standard 3 Maze Craze Atari Picture 2 Megamania Activision Standard 2 Memory Match Sears Telegames Text 4 8 Tele-Games Midnight Magic Atari Red 3 Miner 2049er Tigervision Standard 5 Miniature Golf Atari Text 3 Missile Command Atari Picture 1 Missile Command Sears Telegames Text 2 34 Tele-Games Moon Patrol Atari Silver 2 Mouse Trap Coleco Standard 2 Ms. Pac-Man Atari Silver 2 Night Driver Atari Picture 1 Night Driver Atari Text 1 Oscar's Trash Race Atari Children's 4 Outlaw Atari Picture 2 Box and Instructions Pac Kong ? Skull ? Import--PAL Pac-Man Atari Picture 1 Instructions Pele's Soccer Atari Picture 2? Label Variation--"Game Program Instructions" Pitfall! Activision Standard 2 Instructions Pitfall II: Lost Caverns Activision Special 4 Poker Plus Sears Telegames Text 3 4 Tele-Games Pole Position Atari Silver 2 Box Pong Sports Sears Telegames Text 3 50 Tele-Games, same as Atari Video Olympics Q*Bert Parker Brothers Standard 2 Racquetball Apollo Standard 4 Raiders of the Lost Ark Atari Silver 2 RealSports Baseball Atari Silver 2 Instructions RealSports Football Atari Silver 2 Instructions RealSports Tennis Atari Silver 3 RealSports Volleyball Atari Silver 3 Riddle of the Sphinx IMagic Picture 2 Instructions River Raid Activision Standard 2 River Raid II HES/Activision Picture ? Australian Import--PAL Skiing Activision Standard 2 Sky Diver Atari Text 2 Sky Jinks Activision Standard 2 Slot Racers Atari Picture 2 Solar Fox CBS Electronics Standard 3 Solaris Atari Red 2 Box Space Attack M Network Black 2 Space Invaders Atari Text 1 Instructions Speedway II Sears Telegames Text ? Label Variation 27 Tele-Games Spelling Sears Telegames Text 4 9 Tele-Games, same as Atari Hangman Spider Fighter Activision Standard 2 Spider-Man Parker Brothers Standard 3 Sprintmaster Atari Red 4 Stampede Activision Standard 2 Instructions Starmaster Activision Standard 2 Instructions Star Raiders Atari Picture 1 Pack - Box, Instructions, Controller, in Telegames box Star Wars Death Star Battle Parker Brothers Standard 4 Instructions Star Wars Jedi Arena Parker Brothers Standard 3 Star Wars The Arcade Game Parker Brothers Standard 5 Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back Parker Brothers Standard 2 Instructions Star Voyager IMagic Picture 2 Street Racer Atari Picture 2 Street Racer Atari Text # - "12 Street Racer" 3 Super Breakout Atari Picture 2 Super Challenge Baseball M Network Black 2 Super Challenge Football M Network Black 3 Super Ferrari/Enduro ? Picture ? Import--PAL?, Box, Cart sealed Super Football Atari Red 2 Instructions Superman Atari Picture 2 Surround Atari Text # - "41 surround" 3 Swordquest: Earthworld Atari Silver 2 Tank-Plus Sears Telegames Text 2 Red 27 Tele-Games, same as Atari Combat Target Fun Sears Telegames Text - 49-75102 2 27 Tele-Games, same as Atari Air-Sea Battle Tennis Activision Standard 2 Instructions Turmoil 20th Century Fox Standard 3 Tutankham Parker Brothers Standard 3 Instructions Vanguard Atari Silver 2 Instructions Venture Coleco Standard 2 Atari Box, Instructions, and Warranty Card Video Checkers Atari Picture 2 Video Checkers Atari Text 2 Video Chess Atari Text 3 Video Chess Atari Picture 3 Video Olympics Atari Text 2 Same as Sears Pong Sports Video Pinball Atari Picture 1 Instructions Warlords Atari Picture 1 Instructions x2 Yars' Revenge Atari Picture 2 Some of the other games also have boxes now, but I haven't updated this list for a few years. I do know for sure that everything that is listed I have. Activision 1983 catalog Activision 1983 winter/spring catalog Atari 2600 catalog Atari Stars 1983 catalog Centipede comic Imagic 1982 catalog Atari 2600 catalog Condition of games, manuals, and catalogs ranges from fair to mint. I haven't had a chance to test everything yet or take pics. I'm just trying to get a ballpark figure of what I could ask for it. Also, neither system is modded. Again, I don't have the time, money, tools, or knowhow to do it. Thanks in advance! ETA: Sorry. I had the games formatted in a list, but it didn't take. So I apologize for it being hard to follow.
  24. I have the following Atari 2600 games and controllers for sale. The rarity of each, if known, is in parentheses after the name of the game. All have been cleaned and tested and are guaranteed to work, with the exception of Pac Kong (I can't test it because it is PAL) and Super Ferrari/Enduro (Because the cart is sealed). Prices are based on Atari2600.com, eBay, and a few other internet sites. All prices include shipping with Delivery Confirmation in the USA. Insurance is NOT included, but if you pay for it, I will add it. I only accept payment in US currency through PayPal as a gift. Alpha Beam With Ernie (4): $10.00 Baseball: Import, $18.00 Basic Math Text # 61 basic math (4): $14.00 SOLD Big Bird's Egg Catch (4):$10.00 Bump 'n' Jump (4): $10.00 Chess: Import, Game is Othello, $25.00 Coconuts (4): $10.00 SOLD Cookie Monster Munch (4): $10.00 Chinese Konfu: Import, Game is Dishaster, $25.00 SOLD Football Realsports Soccer (4): $8.00 Frogger II: Threeedeep (6): $22.00 M.A.D. (4): $8.00 Oscar's Trash Race (4): $15.00 SOLD Pac Kong: PAL, $25.00 Apollo Racquetball (4): No End Label, $8.00 Spelling (4): No End Label, $10.00 Sprintmaster (4): $8.00 SOLD Star Raiders Starpack: $20.00 Enduro Box With Super Ferrari Cart: Import, Cart is Sealed, $30.00 SOLD PM me if you are interested in any of these. Thanks in advance!
  25. Hey guys, here we will discuss what games we want that we already do not have. You can put as many as you'd like but I'll just put ten. 1. Adventure 2. Moon Patrol 3. Combat (Mine has a black screen) 4. Demons To Diamonds 4. Indy 500 5. Millipede 6. Ice Hockey 7. River Raid II 8. Name This Game 9. Gravitar 10.Basketball
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