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  1. I'm looking for reproduction cartridges of certain exclusive NES games. RetroUSB previously had everything I'm looking for up for sale on their website but they are now all discontinued. I'd appreciate it if anyone who knows could point me in the right direction on where to purchase these carts. I really haven't heard of any good repro websites aside from RetroUSB. Edit: To clarify, I'm looking for repros of games not available on NES, such as exclusive Famicom games, or the Vs. arcade games. I'm not interested in repros of existing NES games, otherwise known as a fake.
  2. Once again, not mine. I also view this kiosk more as a re-imagining of the Vectrex sale and demo kiosk (display stand) rather than a strict reproduction of the original kiosks. Still a nice build effort and detail nonetheless. GameGavel.com site item URL: www.gamegavel.com/item.cgi?show_item=0000941769 " repro Vectrex Kiosk #4 of 10 Item ID: 941769 Current Time: 5/4/2014 3:02:58 PM EDT Listed: Monday April 28, 2014 8:00 PM EDT Ending: Wednesday May 7, 2014 8:00 PM EDT Ends in Ends in 3d 4h 57m + Bid Information Quantity: 1 Available Buy Price: None Starting Bid: $250.00 Reserve Status: This item has no Reserve. Bid Increment: $3.00 Bids: (History) Current Bid: -- by -- Next Bid: $250.00 Listing Details you are bidding on a repro Vectrex Kiosk #4 of 10 this unit breaks down easy! will need to ship in 2 separate boxes one for the top and bottom boards and one for the lining. these sold for 400.00 item is used but in great shape still. Shipping In U.S. - $50.00 International - See Item Description NO Local Pickup Available. Your Seller Welcome! I'm Rick Weis, Gamer, Collector and President of the Portland Retro Gaming Expo. most of these items are from my collection and just looking to find them a good home! Thanks for checking out my auctions! rick63 (593) DigitalPress Member Rick Weis AtariAge Member Rick Weis NintendoAge Member Rick Weis Located in vancouver, WA Member Since May 10, 2008 View all listings by rick63 View eBay Feedback rick63 (1738) " Read more: http://vectorgaming.proboards.com/thread/984/repro-vectrex-kiosk-10-gamegavel#ixzz30mSY6alu
  3. Hi... I got my hands on a copy of Pitfall II but the label was severely damaged. I couldn't find a good one online so I made my own and thought I'd share it with the fine people here at Atariage. Also made a classic Activision label for it too. If these are any good to anyone feel free to use.
  4. OK folks they are finished, finally going to start selling these Parker Brothers Atari 2600 Reproduction labels. I took all the best images I could find of the game titles and completely reworked and touched them up. This was not an easy task as I sometime had to mix multiple pictures to get the full image including the copyrights. Then most scratches and blemishes that I found were gone over and fixed. These are printed on a high quality photo paper that has a strong peel and stick backing. They are made slightly larger then the original dimensions and should be a perfect fit for those games that no longer have the decent titles attached or are missing entirely. I have incorporated my trademark on all and written Retro Reproduction onto the bottom of some matching the original copyrights. Since these are early copies, I thought I would give the group here a discount price before I sell them on eBay. If you would like to order some you need buy a minimum of 4 labels. It will be just $2 for each single title copy and $2 for the S&H. Just send me a PM of your PayPal eMail account and list of what you want. I will then send you an invoice of your order so it can be tracked and insured by PayPal. I only have about 5-8 of each PB title already made. I won't be making them for Mr. Do's Castle or Q*bert's Qubes as I want those to maintain their original values. It's going to take a bit to get additional peal and stick Photo Paper, and I had to order a bulk shipment of ink for my new Epson printer. Some of these are not perfect as the copyrights are a bit blurred, yet others are really excellent and you can barely tell them from the originals. As the angular size of these are strange, they are DIY and you will have to cut them out and attach the labels yourself. This way you get the pleasure of "Restoring" your own games. Most of these I have already cut out individually, so you will likely get them ready to stick onto your own games.
  5. Does anyone make The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Halloween reproductions?
  6. Hello fellow Colecovites and Colecovisioneers, Looking at who may be interested in having authentically remastered, high-quality replacement cardboard boxes for their collecting appeal. At this time I have one flavor available, Donkey Kong. I wanted to start more or less chronologically, and DK is a good candidate due to its limited box availability. These are 100% re-rendered, 600 dpi color laser images transferred onto boxes made from high-density, 180 lb. semi-gloss card stock. They are Made in the U.S.A. and 100% "home-brewed" by yours truly. There are only a few minor details that differ from the original box--the main one being an actual screenshot of game play on the back side--rather than the original artist's rendering of the level 1 screen. If I gather enough interest from the AA Colecovision community, I'll start taking names. I hope everyone is having a very Colecovisionesque December so far. Cheers to you all! Greg
  7. They look nice but is there any point in purchasing them. Some people are like why pay so much for old cardboard so they go for reproduction boxes.
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