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Hi all, I am a long time lurker around Atari Age but this is my first post. I have been slowly collecting 2600 carts for a couple years and I have around 500 carts in my collection right now. One of the people I buy from recently sent me a note saying he has a possible Pepsi Invaders for me. Now, he is a middle man and has never done me wrong (to my knowledge). However, this particular deal feels hinky at best. I have never seen the inside of a Pepsi Invader cart so I don't want to call the seller a liar just yet. Can any of you confirm that these pictures are not legitimate? Anyone have actual photos of a Pepsi Invaders internals? Thanks in advance!
Hello Atariage, So here's the deal, I want to gage opinions on the matter of Rarity 10 (or Unbelieveably Rare) 2600 titles. 1. First of all, how many copies do YOU think exist of the following games, and how much would you value them at both cart only and CIB. Air Raid Birthday Mania Gamma Attack Pepsi Invaders (Coke Wins) Video Life Magicard Xante Carts (how many all in all do you think there are?) Music Machine Eli's Ladder Gauntlet Karate (Ultravision) Atlantis II Mangia Copy Cart ECPC Cartridge 2. Lets talk specifically about Music Machine. Is it just me, or does it seem a lot more common then say ANY of the other games listed? There was one on eBay recently and the seller was asking for $750 bid or $850 BIN, I see MM on eBay often enough that it seems more of a $300 game and not a $500+ game. So I guess my main question here is a game like Music Machine being an R10 and making regular appearances, should it be an R9? Just want a second opinion. 3. Does anyone have a rarity opinion on Beagle Brothers carts? I won the Armor Ambush by the Beagle Brothers in an eBay auction in 2004. How can I determine its absolute authenticity? Thank you all for your help! And thanks for having me on your awesome community! -Cody
Hello everyone! I'm a long time visitor to Atari Age and a 2600 collector of many years. but this is my first post. Apologies if this is the wrong place to be posting it. Some folks from the Atari Players Unite Facebook group suggested I post this here as well. I'm really excited to share with the community that I believe I have found a copy of Coke Wins / Pepsi Invaders in the wild!! Just a few weeks ago, I bought a stack of games with no labels at my local shop for only a few bucks. Sometimes you can find cool stuff this way, like the video game lottery. Lo and behold...one of them was Coke Wins!! Feels like I got struck by lightning, I couldn't believe it! I'm sharing some pictures of the game, and the chip via my Imgur account. I'd love to learn more about it! Thank you for your time! http://imgur.com/a/bogpF#KBb3NUI