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  1. From the album: HES Cartridge Label Graphics

    UPDATE: 5-1-2018 Heavy graphiced work. The original HES Label of Activision's River Raid had a Intellivision Game screenshot on the Cartridge label when It should've been the Proper Atari 2600 Game Screenshot on it. That's when I edit it re-done the label picture.

    © Activision Inc. and Carol Shaw - Game Designer for River Raid

  2. Hi, i am selling some of my duplicate games to make room for new stuff. Some more games following in the next weeks... Send me a PM if you have any interest. I will make more photos of a game, if needed. Atari 2600 Reproductions: EURO 70.00 Crack'Ed - CiB – NTSC – Made by CGE, Released 2002 EURO 70.00 RealSports Basketball – CiB – PAL – Collectors Edition – No. 123 of 250 EURO 70.00 Save the Whales – CiB – NTSC - Made by CGE, Released 2002 EURO 50.00 Dukes of Hazzard – C B – NTSC EURO 80.00 Star Wars Ewok Adventure – CiB – NTSC EURO 80.00 Bugs Bunny – CiB – NTSC - Made by Atari2600.com EURO 90.00 Stunt Cycle – CiB – NTSC - Made by Atari2600.com, signed by Rob Polaro Atari 2600 Boxed Originals: Dynamics: EURO 200 - CiB - Jumping Jack HES: EURO 25 - Atlantis EURO 20 - Bump n Jump EURO 20 - California Games EURO 15 - Chopper Command EURO 15 - Double Dragon EURO 15 - Enduro EURO 25 - Frogger EURO 15 - Ghostbusters EURO 15 - Grand Prix EURO 15 - Keystone Kapers EURO 15 - Kung Fu Master EURO 15 - My Golf EURO 15 - Rampage EURO 20 - River Raid EURO 15 - Skate Boardin EURO 20 - Summer Games EURO 15 - Tennis EURO 15 - Tomcat - F14 Fighter Simulator EURO 15 - Titlematch Pro Wrestling Homevision: EURO 75.00 – CiB – PAL – Base Attack ITT: EURO 25.00 – CiB – PAL – Cosmic Town EURO 30.00 – CiB – PAL – Fire Birds EURO 30.00 – CiB – PAL – Laser Base EURO 30.00 – CiB – PAL – Mountain Man EURO 30.00 – CiB – PAL – Hell Driver EURO 30.00 – CiB – PAL – Peter Pinguin RainbowVision: EURO 45.00 – CiB – PAL – Boom Bang – RainbowVision EURO 25.00 – C B – PAL – Curtiss – RainbowVision EURO 40.00 – CiB – PAL – Hey! Stop! – RainbowVision Suntek: EURO 50.00 – CiB – PAL – Super Ferrari – Made by Suntek EURO 50.00 – CiB – PAL – Tom Boy – Made by Suntek Atari 2600 loose carts: Homevision: EURO 20.00 – Cart only – PAL – Robot Fight EURO 20.00 – Cart only – PAL – Sky Alien EURO 30.00 – Cart only – PAL – Tennis EURO 40.00 – Cart only – PAL – Panda Chase EURO 50.00 – Cart only – PAL – Topy *** pending *** I have some other boxed games on ebay right now. Thanks for watching. ebay-id: atari-trader Payment and Shipping options from Germany to: PayPal only USA or Canada EURO 20 (1-2 games) Deutsche Post / DHL - registered in stable Box (delivery time about one week) Europe EURO 14 (1-2 games) Deutsche Post / DHL - registered in stable Box (delivery time about one week) Germany EURO 7 for up to 20 Games DHL Regular Parcel attachment=601184:S ITT all.jpg]
  3. From the album: HES Cartridge Label Graphics

    Enduro H.E.S. Label graphic work for the Atari 2600 Activision cartridges

    © 1983 Activision, Created By Larry Miller

  4. From the album: HES Cartridge Label Graphics

    Uploaed H.E.S. Graphic artwork Label Variation of Activision's Pitfall!

    © 1982 Activision, Designed By David Crane,

  5. Hey guys, I decided to try this forum as it might garner some more attention than in the Marketplace section. I'm near to completion with my PAL release Atari 7800 collection and there are three games that I've been having real difficulty in getting... - Kung Fu Master - F-18 Hornet - Tomcat: F-14 Simulator All three of these games were released in PAL territories under the HES/Salu branding and I'm looking for boxed versions of these games! I'm also on the hunt for a boxed PAL copy of Dark Chambers. Is anyone willing to sell any of these? I don't care too much about the condition! Thanks!
  6. From the album: HES Cartridge Label Graphics

    Graphic work of Freeway for Activision in H.E.S. graphic design

    © 1981 Activision, By David Crane

  7. update - THIS HAS NOW SOLD. 12 boxes in total = 24 games in total. AU$300ono plus postage. Free postage Australia wide Europe Express Post International AU$90.45 Air Mail AU$84.70 Sea Mail AU$44.20 America Express Post International AU$80.75 Air Mail AU$75.00 Sea Mail AU$43.20 Cheers.
  8. Hello all, I don't particularly collect Non-US 2600 games (or 2600 seriously at all), but when I stumbled upon this, I decided I better grab it before someone else does. Even if it doesnt fit into my specific game collections, I like odd packaging, which makes this a lovely addition should it not have any value. I seem to have an HES copy of River Raid in its clamshell. It's been a bit abused by the pictures, but I have never seen this before, and I was unable to find another one like it, either in the Marketplace here, or on eBay, though frankly, I only did a cursory check. I have tried to take clear pictures, but my camera is not the greatest. Hopefully they illustrate what is needed. I will be scanning and trying to preserve the packaging as best possible, I just need to access a scanner at this time. What I would like to know is A) if there is any interest in these clamshelled games, B) if this has any value more than nostalgia, and C) if anyone wants a deal on it Thanks, Solo
  9. Or, Atari PAL Log: My Experiences Playing PAL Games On My NTSC Atari #1 Kind of a long title for an on-going series, so I shortened it a tad bit. I know that I can't possibly be the only one living in an NTSC country collecting PAL releases for their Atari, so I thought that I'd share my experiences with these games. Oh, I've only begun to collect PAL games for Atari platforms to be sure, but I figured that this would be a great time to start covering these releases. I've certainly got a long history of collecting PAL games for my NTSC Sega Master System though, but the list of PAL games that I own for the SMS is extensive and, well, where would I begin? I'll be doing a new log whenever I have a new batch of PAL releases to discuss. I'm already aware of some of the technical issues that I'm liable to experience, as I worked as a Television Broadcast Engineer for 25 years. Test Machine Atari 7800 ProSystem; NTSC I have the RF output connected to a Coaxial (F-Type) to Female Adapter, which is connected to the RF Coaxial Input of an old VHS VCR. I am feeding the Composite Output of the VCR to a Composite Switcher, which is connected to an HD Flat-screen TV. No Upscale device is currently being used, although I do own one. PAL GAME #1 2-Pak Special: Planet Patrol / Wall Defender Publisher HES Country of Origin Australia Rarity Rating Undetermined I bought this cartridge on eBay from a seller in Germany for $11.26 + $5.64 (S & H) = $16.90. Cartridge only. HES released several (10 I believe) of these 2-Pak Specials. The label for this release is blue with nothing to identify the publisher. No Catalog or Part number either. It does feature a menu to select which of the two games to play. Experience Displays in Black & White, but is otherwise fine. No graphical glitches. Sound is similar to the NTSC release that I own. I'm speaking of my NTSC cartridge of Planet Patrol, as I don't as yet have an NTSC release of Wall Defender. PAL GAME #2 Mission 3000 Publisher Bit Corp Country of Origin Germany Rarity Rating 3 This is the re-release I bought this game from a seller in the U.S. (Florida) for $8.98 + $3.70 (S&H) = $12.68. Cartridge and Box, but no manual. Bit Corp, like HES, released many games for the 2600. This one they released 3 times. My only other experience that I've had with Bit Corp that I'm aware of is that I own a Bit Corp Gamate, and several boxed games for it. The Gamate is one of the systems in the database at http://highscore.com/ Experience Plays flawlessly. In color as well. The eBay seller warned that this game was PAL and not compatible with American hardware. I'm sure that was stated just in case, well, you know how some people are. That was a statement, not a question by-the-way.* The only other thing worth mentioning is that the sound effects sound different than they do through emulation (EMU7800, Version 2.2), which is why I don't review games that I've only played via emulation. *The seller and I have exchanged emails since I originally posted this entry. He did, in fact, mention the 'not compatible with American hardware' part for the reason that I speculated. He already knew that this cartridge worked on an NTSC system. Please Like, Comment, and Follow. My next blog entry will be a game review.
  10. Pitfall II from HES Australia - until recently the existence of which was doubted. A 'holy grail' on atarimania, and a holy grail to any HES completest. 1 of only 2 confirmed in existence - the other I found last year and is documented on atarimania. This is even slightly different to the other in that the instruction manual is seperate (and not printed on the back of the clamshell insert) This comes with original waranty, instructions, and Activision brochure. The condition is excellent, and the clamshell case is also very good. Open to offers. For your information the other sold for AU$250 PM with offer or for more info. Cheers
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