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  1. Today I have some relatively new information on a $17 controller adapter that you can obtain on Ebay that, when combined with a PC 15 pin gameport to Atari 5200 controller adapter (like the one currently being made by bohoki) will get your Atari 2600, Sega Master System, and Sega Genesis controllers working on your 5200. What's extra awesome about this is that the Sega controllers have compatibility with the two button games, and this is what the Masterplay Clone enables. (Unfortunately, no one is currently producing the Masterplay Clone for purchasing, though.) Here is the Ebay link to the product: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Amiga-Atari-Amstrad-Commodore-DB9-9Pin-Joystick-to-15Pin-Port-support-Usb-Adpt/272348471848?hash=item3f693be228:g:Df4AAOSwUd9aaMnL I've ordered adapters from this Ebay seller, Ikonsgr74, since 2015 and can vouch for his top-notch workmanship. He will not disappoint you. I have some additional good news: The Atari 2600 Trakball works with it to play the digital games that may be worth a try on the 5200. I have tried it with Gyruss, Ballblazer, and Galaxian with nice control results- especially Gyruss. The trakball unfortunately doesn't work with the analog-only games like Missile Command, Tempest, Star Wars Arcade, and Super Breakout. For two button digital games like Defender and Dreadnaught Factor, the Sega Sportspad (which is a trackball) also works great. If you have a couple of Camerica NES products (The receiver for the "Freedom Stick" with Genesis cables and the "Freedom Connection" transmitter device) you can add those adapters and get your NES controllers working on the 5200. I have enjoyed playing with my NES Starmaster joystick and NES Max gamepad on games like Dig Dug and Defender. In fact, on Defender, the Star Master joystick helped me to get my best ever score of around 89,000. That joystick has a very satisfying 'click' for each direction it is tilted- though it's not actually a microswitch-laden joystick like the Quickshot II Plus. Hard to describe, but it's just a perfect joystick and I'm very grateful to be able to use it to play my favorite 5200 games. I've detected no lag by the way, so that's good... Also there's a way to connect the 8bitdo NES Retro Receiver to the 5200 via the two adapters (and Camerica NES products and NES Fourscore) and play your 5200 digital games wirelessly with the controllers it's compatible with: The Dual Shock 4, Dual Shock 3, Wii Remote, and Wii U Pro Controller. I've tested it and had great success just last evening. Hope you enjoy the info. Special thanks to Swami for being the 1st guinea pig to try out Ikonsgr74's newly revised controller adapter on the 5200 (via being added to the bohoki adapter). I'm definitely grateful for learning about this from you.
  2. Hey guys, I am hoping someone can help me out with determining the value of my 2600. I bought an original 1977 Heavy Sixer at an antique mall/flea market type establishment, complete in box with the manual, warranty card, both original joysticks and paddle controllers, and all the cables, except for the switch box to hook it up to a TV. I purchased one of the coaxial adaptors so I could play it. In addition to Combat, it also had Riddle of the Sphinx, Starship and Air-Sea Battle in the box when I got it. I'm considering selling it, and I have no idea what it is actually worth. I would feel like a douche if I overcharged for it (I don't trust ebay prices as a guideline for anything) but I also don't want to give it away for too cheap either. I'm looking to either get a few more NES or Master System games instead, as I don't really care about having Atari hardware. I have an Atari flashback, and I love all the games on it. Any input would be most appreciated. Like I said, I have no idea what a fair asking price would be. Hope you experts can help me out! Thanks guys!!!!
  3. I have figured out a way to use adapters and a powered USB hub to get Sega Master System and Genesis controllers compatible with the Colecovision 2 button games. In the presentation I use the controllers to play Rock 'N Rope, Space Fury, Cosmic Avenger, and HERO. The adapters and cables used are not hard to locate online, so this can be accomplished by anyone who'd want to get their favorite controllers fully compatible. Check it out, and subscribe to my channel for more controller fun:
  4. Just like the title says, I'm looking for one of these little doodads: Must include the Sega Genesis / Mega Drive Model 2 adapter plate and be in nice condition with all the white lettering intact and the dust cover hinges undamaged, and working properly of course. If anyone has one they'd like to sell I'm offering $100 USD + postage for it via PayPal, and I will pay the cost for international shipping from Europe or Australia to the United States if needed. Thanks for taking the time to view my post and just send me a PM if you have a Master System Converter II that you'd be up for selling.
  5. Hey there guys and gals! I'm doing some rearranging of my gaming center and simplifying my Sega setup a bit, and as such I've got some pretty nice stuff for sale! As usual to give you a reference for my reliability as a buyer and seller, you can see all the feedback I've received from selling games and related accessories on eBay over the last half a dozen or so years here: http://www.ebay.com/usr/hanz0d0gYou can also find my AtariAge Marketplace User Feedback thread here: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/254880-jin/ Before we get down to business, here's the usual info: All prices listed below are firm and do not include shipping costs. Shipping costs to anywhere in the United States will be calculated by based on zip code and package size/weight. All items will be shipped via USPS and delivery confirmation will be included so that you can track the package. International shipping is available upon request and will be calculated based on location. Payment is accepted via PayPal only and all sales are on a "first come first serve" basis. In other words, the first person to PM me about an item gets it! There are some things I am willing to accept in trade, and you can find the list of those items below: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Stuff I'll Trade For Original Game Boy system (near mint condition, no scratches on housing or buttons, both stickers on back fully intact) Lethal Enforcers for Sega Genesis (near mint label) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Now that we've got the formalities out of the way, here's what I have for sale. Sega Accessories Sega Genesis Controller to Master System Adapter This nifty accessory is a custom made adapter cable that lets you use a Genesis controller to play Sega Master System games that normally don't work with a Genesis controller, such as Montezuma's Revenge, Alien Syndrome, Shanghai, etc. It has been tested with both 3-button and 6-button Genesis controllers and works perfectly with both. Price: $8 Books The Legend of Zelda: A Link To The Past & The Four Swords Strategy Guide This may be my longest owned gaming related item. I've had this one on my bookshelf since I bought it new at Borders books when it first came out many long years ago, and it's definitely seen some use. The covers have a good amount of wear but all pages are present an accounted for. Price: $6 Pokémon Black & White 2 Official Pokedex In good shape with only minor wear. All pages are very clean, though the poster that original came with it was lost somewhere along the line. Price: $5 Misc. Goodies More pictures in spoiler tag below! Aliens Versus Predator for Mac OS X Complete in box and never used. The box is in rather rough shape but the disc is still clean and scratch-free. Price: $10 Box and Instruction Manual set for Mortal Kombat on the Sega Genesis In okay shape. The box does have some scratches and the front few pages of the manual are creased. Also included is a small poster advertising upcoming Sega Genesis games. Price: $5 Whew! I think that's everything! Thanks for taking the time to view my sales thread and just shoot me a PM if you're interested in purchasing anything.
  6. Hi, I have come into possession of an ASCII Stick Alpha for the Sega Master System. I have done some Google/Atari Age searching and have come to a limited understanding that trying to use it on a 7800/2600/800XL might be a bad idea, but I don't understand why and under what circumstances (if any) that it might work. But then I have a buddy who swears that he has played some of his Atari games using a different SMS controller for decades and it hasn't caused him any problems. What happens when one tries to play his or her Atari with a Master System controller? Thanks for your time, --SilvaHaloOne
  7. CatPix

    SMS II RGB arrière

    From the album: CatPixtures

  8. CatPix

    SMS II RGB Adapteur

    From the album: CatPixtures

  9. Hey there guys and gals, I seem to be having some compatibility issues with a dozen or so Sega Master System games that won't load on my EverDrive GBA X5 (using SMSAdvance version 2.5) and I was just wondering if anyone else with an EverDrive GBA X5 could try out the games I'm having issues with to see if it's a universal problem or just something going goofy with my particular EverDrive. Whenever I try to load any of these games all I get is a black screen: After Burner Bank Panic (Europe) Double Dragon Fantasy Zone II Ghouls 'N Ghosts Golden Axe Kenseiden Lord of the Sword OutRun Rampage Rocky Shinobi Thunder Blade Time Soldiers All of my other 200 or so Master System games load just fine, but all I get with the games listed above is a black screen and nothing else. At first I thought maybe I just had a few bad ROM files so I tried different versions of them from three different ROM sets, but no luck. Has anyone else had problems loading those particular Master System games, and if so is there anything in the settings that needs to be tweaked to get them to work?
  10. As many are aware, Sega Master System fans (centralized at SMS Power's forum) have long been converting Game Gear games to be compatible on the SMS using the Master Everdrive, for instance. Unrelated (you'd think), but during the 90's, Taiwanese and Korean publishers converted some MSX (originally SG-1000) games like Rally-X, Road Fighter, etc., to Master System. Why? Who knows! Well, someone discovered or obtained the software tools they used to do this. These tools have now been applied to additional MSX games with varying results. You'll have to follow the action at SMS-power, because this is all in its infancy at the moment, but cool nonetheless http://www.smspower.org/forums/16445-MSXToSMSHacks
  11. 3DO Games Gex $5 3DO Game Guru $10 Star Control II $15 Night Trap(2 Disks) $30 Twisted: The Game Show $5 Sega Master System games Great Golf $2 Pro Wrestling $2 Space Harrier 3-D $5 After Burner $2 Hang On/Safari Hunt $2 My Hero(card) $3 Shinobi $5 Super Wonder Boy in Super Wonder Land $5 Gensis Games: Lethal Enforcers $2 Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco GP II $2 PGA Tour Golf $1 Sonic & Knuckles $5 Sonic 2 $3 Jurassic Park $3 Mortal Kombat I $3 Sonic Spinball $3 Sega CD Games: Microcosm: $3 Cobra Command $3 Sewer Shark $3 Mortal Kombat I $5 WWF Rage in the Cage $3 Wirehead $5 Jurassic Park $5 32X Games: Virtua Fighter $3 36 Great Holes Staring Fred Couples $2 Discounts available for multiple game purchases.
  12. CatPix

    SMS II RGB etiquette

    From the album: CatPixtures

  13. CatPix

    SMS II RGB boite

    From the album: CatPixtures

  14. Hey there everyone I've been getting really interested in the Sega Master System lately and have been exploring the system's library via emulation on my Wii before I consider adding the real Master System console to my gaming center, but there's one thing that's been bugging me that I'm hoping to get some help with. I live in the US so I've got a NTSC CRT TV that I'm playing on, but many of the most interesting (to me at least) games for the Master System were only released in Europe or Brazil. I know that quite a few foreign games were programmed to run at 60Hz, but I'm having trouble figuring out which games were intended to run at 50Hz. I know that in most cases running a 50Hz PAL game on a 60Hz NTSC TV and system will just result in the game and it's music running 17.5% faster than normal, but it would still be really nice to be able to know which PAL games will run faster than the developers intended when played on a NTSC TV/system. Is there a list somewhere of which Master System games were made to run at 50Hz?
  15. From the album: CatPixtures

  16. I'm gonna be needing quite a bunch of cases for my genesis games- Altered Beast Space Harrier II Super Hang On Zoom Quackshot World of Illusion Columns ESWAT: City Under Siege Klax Gauntlet IV After Burner II Columns III *Mercs Bio Hazard Battle *Kid Chameleon DecapAttack Sonic the Hedgehog 1 Sonic the Hedgehog 2 *Sonic the Hedgehog 3 (My game doesn't save) Sonic Spinball Side Pocket Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine The Jungle Book Dynamite Headdy Sub Terrania Rocket Knight Adventures Beyond Oasis NBA Jam: Tournament Edition Jungle Strike Ms. Pac Man Golden Axe Ecco the Dolphin Pitfall The Mayan Adventure Shadow Dancer Wonder Boy in Monster World Alien Storm Super Monaco GP Jewel Master Battletech If anyone can afford to part with them, I'll pay 4 dollars for each case. I know that's outrageously underpriced, but I got a big chore list here. Also, I'd like them to be american releases (NTSC) and in the hard clamshell cases and in good condition. PM me if you'd like to sell some. * indicates that I need a game with a better label too. For those we can discuss a price on that case. As for the rest of them, I have the games, just need the cases and manuals. Also could use some empty Sega Saturn cases. I'll pay 5 dollars for each empty case. Make sure they are not broken. I will also need manuals for Rastan and Shinobi on the Sega Master System. I will pay 2 dollars for each manual.
  17. Cammy

    Games Room Consoles

    From the album: My Home

    My games room console cabinet with 69cm CRT TV. There is a Playstation, Amiga CD32, Nintendo Entertainment System, Super NES, Nintendo 64, Sega Master System, Sega Mega Drive and Mega CD with a 32X installed, and a Sega Dreamcast. It's all hooked up to a couple of AV switchers and a Jukebox amplifier with some boxed car speakers providing bassy sound. I have the Sega Phaser, Nintendo Zapper and Nintendo Super Scope and a couple of Namco GunCons for shooting games.
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