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  1. I have a question. I like the Epyx controller for the Atari and I've just recently seen one for the Nintendo. Does anyone know how the start, select, and rapid fire buttons work? I've never known Epyx to use soft buttons but it looks like they must on this thing. Here's an auction listing just to show what I'm talking about. http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?ff3=4&pub=5574883395&toolid=10001&campid=5336500554&customid=&mpre=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fitm%2F500XJ-EPYX-Controller-for-Nintendo-NES-by-Konix-%2F281137044137%3Fpt%3DUS_Video_Game_Controllers%26hash%3Ditem417512daa9
  2. Hi, I want to sell some Game & Watch Nintendo : - Oil Panic : J.i21 version : complete in box - Fire : original French (or Belgium ?) version of the Nintendo G&W "L'incendie" : complete in box - Octopus : original French version of the Nintendo G&W "La Pieuvre dévoreuse" : complete in box - Helmet : original French version of the Nintendo G&W "Gare aux outils" : complete in box - Panorama Screen, Donkey Kong Jr (no box) - Panorama Screen, Popeye (no box) - Green House (no box) 2 others G&W by BANDAI : - Tremblement de terre : in box - Dynamite : in box Sen me an offer by PM please. I sell all of them in the same time (no division). Thanks
  3. Didn't know where to post this, but here is the link and description: eBay Auction -- Item Number: 290852854580 This is a truly one-of-a-kind auction. Up for auction is the complete commented disassembly for Donkey Kong, the smash hit arcade coin-op released by Nintendo in 1981, and probably the most famous game ever made. Many of the comments and notes are handwritten - some have been entered; but on the whole this is not a digital product and this information does not exist anywhere but on these pages. The game was reverse engineered, by me (Carl Mueller, Jr.), over a period of about a year and includes the entire disassembly of the Z80 sections (16K), and the 8048 section (2K), which contains not only the sound code but also the digital samples that are used to produce Donkey Kong's infamous "roar", and the hidden sound samples of Pauline saying both "help" and "right". Using this disassembly, one could understand the game well enough to create a perfect port of the game. You could also gain enough understanding with a partial perusal to write things like MAME cheat files, or to hack the game to say, for example, create your own boards. Also included are pages that list all identified memory locations and brief descriptions of how they are used, and printouts of the character and background graphics ROMs (with notes). Also, as the author of DK Arcade and D2K for the Intellivision, I would be happy to sign any of the pages or whatever you like to authenticate that I am the "author" of this commented disassembly. I also hereby testify that this is a clean house disassembly and therefore entirely legal. On a side note, I took this stack of papers with me to Kyoto, Japan, right up to Nintendo of Japan's gate with the intent of showing my work to Shigeru Miyamoto. I didn't get in to see him, unfortunately. However, they did give me a full-color catalog of their products in Japanese including a couple of pages detailing Nintendo's history. I'm including this in the auction as well. :-)
  4. Hey, I want to trade my special video game TILT magazines. It was the first French magazine for videogame. It started in September 1982 (Mattel introduced the Intellivision in the same period in France). The magazine disappeared in 1994. I'm going to trade 20 numbers and only the most collectable (very difficult to find especially the first numbers !) You'll find most of test for Intellivision, Atari, Colecovision, Vectrex and more games in. The 5 first are really collectionable (last year, the first one was seen once on eBay and was sold at 150 euros... The next 4 was sold around 40 to 50 euros each, the others are cheaper (but not cheap ). N°1 Septembre-Octobre 1982 to N°10 Mars 1984 N°14 Juillet 1984 to N°20 Avril 1985 N°22 Juin 1985 to N°25 Octobre 1985 The magazines are in a very good condition ! I'm looking for Intellivision CIB games : Learning Fun 1 and 2 SMB Spiker Safecracker Tropical Trouble Pole Position Commando Sewer Sam
  5. They shrank down the display but they have a good stock!
  6. How did I not have this before now??
  7. The saga ends but the trading begins!
  8. Honestly the others are just new poses and bases but HOLY S#[email protected] WADDLE DEE!!
  9. It's my new addiction now that Amiibos seem to be winding down - World of Nintendo!
  10. I wouldn't want to go back to the old days, but I do miss the thrill of the hunt.
  11. From the album: My Collection

  12. Hey everyone. Ive been working on my new video game channel on YouTube for a little while now and wanted to share that with this forum. Most of my videos are Atari 8 Bit related ( hence the name ). But I also try to include games from other consoles that I collect. Some of the systems I collect and you may find on the channel include the Atari 2600, 5200, 7800, 8 bit computer line, NES , SNES, Gameboy, Genesis, and any other system that is cartridge based. Each week I do at least 2 videos. - One based called "The Gaming Moment Back In Time" which focuses on a game from my collection that either I grew up playing and enjoyed or something Ive added to my collection and has been overall a big hit to play. - The other video is my Thursday pick up video that covers all the finds Ive picked up from flea markets, garage sales, eBay, Atari Age,or other gaming forums. The channel can be found here : http://www.youtube.com/user/atarian83 I hope you all will enjoy these videos and like usual it's a learning process for me. Feel free to subscribe, like, comment or share personal memories of the games featured. Also I'm learning as I go and sometimes make mistakes; feel free to drop a line with comments, suggestions or ideas. The more I can learn and share the more everyone benefits. Look forward to sharing amazing memories and gaming finds. Jason
  13. Huzzah! X Collection arrives! I can play Mega Man X1-X8 on the Switch!!
  14. I honestly wasn't sure I'd ever see THIS MANY at retail all at ONCE.
  15. How protected are your valuable games? Jason from Trade-N-Games offers some frank insight.
  16. Two different versions of one Final Fantasy VII character!
  17. Today was a good day.
  18. Can't wait until Dark Pit this Friday!!
  19. I already canceled but this still came in the mail!
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