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UPDATED 6/15/19 11:51 AM EDT: Rare ColecoVision Homebrews For Sale A couple of rarities remaining from my collection that I no longer need/want for various reasons. Asking prices are generally the same as what I paid for them. Both games are complete, in the original box, and in MINT/NM condition unless otherwise stated. CS/PONG comes in a plastic game box protector. Please see photos. Computer Space / PONG (CollectorVision) - Limited edition numbered #143 of 150; BLACK cartridges ... $160.00 USD **SOLD** Steamroller (Retrotopia) - Cardboard box; 2000 release; some discoloration on cart label ... $80.00 USD **SOLD** Prices INCLUDE USPS/Canada Post standard ground shipping anywhere in Canada or continental United States. If you wish me to ship via air or some other carrier, or if you need me to ship outside North America, please contact me. Payment via PayPal accepted at algonquin2034 (at) gmail (dot) com Will ship well protected in strong shipping box within 2 days of receiving payment.
YOU WANT IT? YOU GOT IT. Several people have expressed a desire for a true arcade pong on the 2600, most recently here: http://www.atariage.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=76696 Well...I decided to code it. Sort of. The kernel, anyway.Check it out. apong.bin APONG_source.zip Use paddle 0 and paddle 1 to move the, uh, paddles. I probably won't take this project much further but maybe someone else will. Anyway, that's why I attached the source.
So I was browsing the Internet and came across a DIY pong/table tennis console. http://www.thinkgeek.com/geektoys/science/8546/?cpg=fbl_8546 I was thinking about making one and having it in either a wooden casing or Plexiglas casing. Has anyone came across this site and actually made one of these? How much would one of these sell for completely assembled?