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  1. Hi guys: I started this around the beginning of October along with Trebor, PAC-MAN-RED, and Defender_2600. Wanted to get it done for Halloween, but it's not anywhere near done yet. I don't have a name for this yet, but it's a Zombie Apocalypse game, where you have to survive the night while being overrun by zombies. Here are some screenshots of the game for the time being: Coming soon! Bob
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  3. Hello all, I just wanted to shamelessly promote my auction for Halloween with manual on the 2600. eBay Auction -- Item Number: 161524829401 I discovered this in a lot that I found locally and since I'm not an Atari collector I figured I'd post this over here. The folks over at NintendoAge are also aware of it as that's where I primarily hang out. Thanks for looking!
  4. It's Halloween... so I figured it was time to upload a few videos for this super-scary holiday. Here's the first one... Halloween Graphics with Flying Witch Demo By David Ibach and Steve Walters ARCADIAN 3, no. 12 (Oct. 05, 1981): 126-127. (BASIC Listing) ARCADIAN 4, no. 1 (Nov. 10, 1981): 3. (Loading Method Explanation) General Video Assembler Package (Flying Witch Sample) You can watch this video on YouTube, here: You can watch or download this video from Archive.org, here: https://archive.org/details/HalloweenGraphicsFlyingWitchDemoDaveIbachSteveWaltersBallyAstrocade Unlike most of my other videos, this program, to get it out in a timely fashion, doesn't have any background or an overview. It doesn't even have opening and closing credits. Maybe I'll make an overview of this program later. This program is for the Bally Arcade/Astrocade, a video game/computer system released by Bally in 1978. Halloween Graphics, written in Bally BASIC, and Flying Witch Demo, written in machine language, are two separate programs running together. Halloween Graphics is called "BOO" in the Arcadian. It runs with "AstroBASIC" and no expansion RAM. It draws a pumpkin, a haunted house, a skull and a witch. It runs for about two minutes and then repeats. The flying witch demo requires at least 4K of expansion RAM. A witch flies around a blank screen. When these two programs are combined, as in this video, then a witch flies around a haunted house. The program runs twice in this video. Enjoy this holiday program. Oh, and what's the deal with the pumpkin being yellow and not orange...? Adam
  5. ALTERNATE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE "CARVED EDITION" AND REGULAR RELEASE This is it! The Texas Chainsaw Massacre version that didn't make it to the final game. It's been missing for over 35 years....Until now. Completely different from the released version, this lost treasure can now be played by video game fans for the first time ever! In this forgotten version, Leatherface can produce rainbow blocks which are used to trap his victim before slicing them up with his chainsaw. Also, this version has a two-player option in which the other player can control the shooter. The players also switch characters from time to time. Read more on the legendary prototype here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o5KUTBAvDZk CARVED EDITION Real wooden/engraved label. Each will be unique with "chainsaw bites" and splashes of color. Almost as if Leatherface attacked it right out of the colorful game. Comes in a wooden engraved box w/LED light and USB chainsaw sound. Also comes with laminated manual. Limited edition of 40 (signed and numbered by myself) with option of having the original Leatherface himself, Gunnar Hansen, sign it (limited to 10). $140.00 plus $5 s/h (unsigned by Gunnar Hansen) $175.00 plus $5 s/h (signed by Gunnar Hansen) w/certificate of authenticity. REGULAR RELEASE Limited number of 40 (signed and numbered by myself) with link for manual via .pdf. No Box. Second Picture $55 plus $5 s/h REGULAR RELEASE (W/REGULAR STYLE LAMINATED BOX) Limited number of 15 (signed and numbered by myself) with manual. $90 plus $5 s/h All WOOD CARVED EDITION Limited number of 5 (signed and numbered by myself) with manual. Each cartridge will be made completely from wood with "chainsaw bites" and splashes of color. Almost as if Leatherface attacked it right out of the colorful game. Comes in a wooden engraved box w/LED light and USB chainsaw sound. Also comes with laminated manual. Signed and numbered (by myself) with option of having the original Leatherface himself, Gunnar Hansen, sign it. Will come with Certificate of authenticity. Price to be determined. Estimated at $250-$350 PAYMENTS - PAYPAL, CHECK, MONEY ORDER. Free Shipping if paid by Check, Money Order __________________________________________________________________________________________
  6. Hi Everyone - I have a few Halloween (original) and Halloween Proto sets if anyone is interested. $50 shipped. Also have a few extra Halloweens (repro of original version - on left) $25
  7. As a social note, if you have comments, suggestions, or issues on the prices or items on offer below, please PM me, and do not make your OPINIONS a public issue - - thread-crapping is just plain rude. Thanks! Cross-posted on NintendoAge, as well Shipping not included unless noted If it's small and just one item, I can usually get it to you cheap via U.S. Postal Service "First Class" For sets of items or large objects, I use U.S. Postal Service "Parcel Post" Yes, I can get it there for Halloween SOLD! $50, shipped $66 $40 SPLATTERHOUSE 3 "complete" for SEGA Genesis **One more reproduction manual is available, however! $14, shipped in U.S. for the last repro manual I have on-hand Here's what the manual looks like in the case - - (NO game included or being sold, just repro manual!) Amazingly good repro manual. Professional reproduction by yours truly. It is NOT the original manual. Layed out with publishing software Used real scans of an original manual I obtained from the RepalcementDocs websitesite. Painstakingly OCD'ed on for weeks Excellent grade paper Professional color laser printed Exact size of real manual Same feel and heft of real manual I made several; one went with the game, which is sold, one is left $14, shipped in U.S. for the other manual Professionally cut and book-stapled Perfect pagination - - And, Happy Hallowe'en - - - - If you want a copy of my layout of the manual so you can print it out yourself, it's attached to this thread! Splatterhouse_3_Manual.pdf (PM me if you want the Microsoft Publisher layout file, too, which requires you having the software, of course!) Details of sold Splatterhouse 3 cartridge/box/repro manual, for the record $30 $25 Genghis Khan: Clan of the Grey Wolf - near-complete - for SEGA Genesis No repro here - - all original (in case you were concerned! ) Great condition, nice manual **Note: it was pointed out to me that this KOEI game originally had a map that came with it; sadly this copy does NOT have that map, and so is only "near complete." If anyone ever sees a nice scan of the map, however, let me know - - I'd love to see it! Bit of wear on one corner - - $16 Batman: The Video Game - complete - for SEGA Genesis Very nice copy! Manual is clean, and intact Good label Good case art; no hang-tab $20 $15 Phantasy Star II - game and case only - REPRO case art! - for SEGA Genesis **Repro alert! Yes, I perectly sized and professionally color laserprinted the case art Looks nice, great place-holder! The case art, out of the case and up close Back in the case - - nope, not a real sticker! (Scuff on plastic case; not a blemish on artwork!) $14 $12 - Pile of SEGA games I want GONE! Here's the deal - - all or nothing Happy for you if you see just one thing you want . . . That thing you want is $14 $12 So, how about the whole pile instead! List of goods - - - Super Monaco with instructions - ESWAT with instructions - Super Street Fighter II with instructions **no game included! - X-Men with instructions **no game included! - Lakers versus Celtics, loose - ECCO: The Tides of Time, loose - Might and Magic: Gates to Another World, loose Thanks for looking, and as always, thanks in advance for keeping it civil in the comments down below! -a2a
  8. This one needs 2 people to play. I know it's a little late, but this game itself was a little late for its time, being in the November 1985 issue of Antic. Vampire Rats.atr I'm currently making a version of this for human vs computer. Any other ideas for Halloween type games?
  9. After 5 years of collecting I finally got one of the games I wanted from the beginning, Halloween on Atari 2600. The version I decided to finally purchase was the game with no label. Just a white sticker with the word "Halloween" written in orange across it. The story behind this version was that Wizard Video was liquidating their inventory so in order to save money they stopped producing labels and just wrote the names of the game on the cartridge. This raises an interesting question which i've never really seen an answer for. Which version is more rare? Of course the rarity guide has the no label version at an 8 and the label version at a 7, but in the description of the non label version it reads, "It is not clear which one is more rare"... Well in my 5 years of looking for this game waiting to finally get one for my collection I have seen a lot more labeled versions than non labeled versions for sale on the internet. Now this doesn't exactly mean that the non label version is more rare, but it stands for something. In the 5 years of collecting I have seen the label version for sale in a retail store but have NEVER seen the no label version for sale. It is a very compelling argument that I do not have a confident answer for. If I were to give my best guess from what i've seen over the years the no label version is more rare and hard to find. Either way it is unclear how many of these carts are out there and it remains one of the hardest to find games in the atari 2600 library.
  10. Greetings forums! This is my first post here, so excuse the bad formatting/writing. So I have an idea for a hack of the Wizard Video Halloween and Chainsaw 2600 games. It seems unfair that only Michael and Leatherface have their own games. Why not give Freddy and Jason theirs, too? The Halloween hack will, of course, have the same basic gameplay goal: To get the kids to the safe end of the house. Except now the kids are Nancy's friends (they're taller), and you have to get them out of Freddy's boiler room and into the real world (the safe rooms) before he kills you all. The opening song, and the song that plays when Freddy is on screen, will be a 2600 rendition of the "One, Two Freddy's coming for you" jingle from the movies. The Chainsaw hack will have the same gameplay goal: Kill all the girls on screen. Except you now play as Jason and swing your machete with the tap of the fire button. The farmhouse in the background is now replaced with Camp Crystal Lake cabins, and the girls now wear blue shirts and pants instead of dresses. Instead of fuel, you now have a Blade meter, which goes down as you kill. The chainsaw sound effect will now be gone when you're walking, and will only make a small "bump" sound when you press fire and swing the machete. The title screen won't flicker, it will just be black and say "Friday the 13th". The problem is, I have absolutely no idea how to hack a 2600 game, no matter how long I've browsed the forums looking for help. Could someone please give me some helpful start-up tips? Or any hacking tips at all. I would love to get these things to become a reality, and if they get done, I will post them on the game pages and put them up for download so everyone can enjoy them. And heck, maybe even get them to cart format on the store? There's also some art I did showing sprite and background changes, simply re-did the originals in Paint.net.
  11. Does anyone make The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Halloween reproductions?
  12. Just purchased a no label Halloween on Atari 2600 for a pretty good amount of money. I am not really an "expert" on Atari but I know my stuff and i've been wanting this game for a very long time. In my 5 years of collecting I have never come across this game in person, so I know that it is rare. But to those of you out there who know more than me maybe you can educate me on this topic a bit more. Is there any indication on how many of these actually exist? and would it be worth it to get it graded? Did the versions of this game come with a box?
  13. Happy Halloween fun everyone! Penguin has unleashed an army of evil spiders. Only Batman can protect Gotham City now!! CrackBats.bin
  14. We love being SCARED and playing a good survival horror game is a fun way to spend a dark and lonely evening pooping our pants in FEAR! In this video Reggie shows us some of his favorite Survival Horror hidden gems covering the PS2, PS1, XBOX, PS3, Wii and much more! Games Shown: Hydrophobia Amy Rule of Rose Haunting Ground Galerians Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth X-Files: Resist or Serve Ghosthunter Cold Fear Cursed Mountain ObsCure / ObsCure The Aftermath Kuon Are there any handheld survival horror games you would recommend? Do they even exist!?
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