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  1. CatPix

    SMS II RGB arrière

    From the album: CatPixtures

  2. CatPix

    SMS II RGB Adapteur

    From the album: CatPixtures

  3. Looking at getting an everdrive. I see the latest will play Genesis, SMS, and 32x games. Is there a version that will do Sega CD games?
  4. Tutorial: NES controller MOD to work on Sega Master System (I was asked to help make this MOD for a fellow Atariage member, so I figured I would post for all to see) Tools Needed: Soldering Iron and Solder Wire Strippers Multimeter 1 NES controller 1 Sega/Atari compatible 9 pin (DB-9) joystick cable 1: Disassemble NES controller by removing all 6 screws. 2: Desolder and remove original cable and controller chip. The controller chip can be a pain, so I used small pointy wire cutters to cut the base of each leg, then I was able to remove the little legs from the board easier. Be careful not to accidentally rip the solder pad off the front, just take your time. 3: Strip each wire on the new 9 pin controller wire. 4: Using a multimeter, verify continuity of each wire, and write down which color goes to which pin. I used a paper clip to stick into each hole of the controller cable. 5: Solder the wires that correctly correspond to each button. For Sega Master System, 7 wires are used and 2 are not. They will be: Up Down Left Right Button 1 Button 2 Ground Note the images in step 2 and 4, I've designated which wire will go to which part on the controller. Your wire colors may be different. In my case, the red and yellow wires were not used. 6: Next I wrap the new cable into the NES controller and make sure the controller will go back together okay and test it. After I verify it works, Then I apply hot glue to make sure the wires will stay in place. 7: Assemble the controller and makes sure all of the buttons work. You are done!
  5. I am looking for a single game for my collection here, I have looked on ebay for a while and have found a few things for sale, however they have parts missing or the manual is damaged badly and the seller refuses to come down in price for it. I would like for it to have the Cartridge, Box, And Manual. The other extra's offered at one point in its sale are not needed. I do understand this is a good game and not cheap Location currently is Ontario Canada If you do wish to sell this game post your price or a picture if you have it. This game is beyond fantastic and I would love to enjoy it in its full glory on my system. Thanks for looking! Matt
  6. CatPix

    SMS II RGB etiquette

    From the album: CatPixtures

  7. CatPix

    SMS II RGB boite

    From the album: CatPixtures

  8. DoctorSpuds

    Choplifter prototype

    From the album: My Collection

    The cartridge has no warning sticker on the back and the screws are a different size and color than the ones found on normal SMS carts.
  9. Messiah NES wireless Controllers now on EBAY. Since this isn't the auction section, no link posted. I decided to do this, to stop a pm'ing bidding war, that started right as I accepted an offer. Possibly a dick move on my half, but I think this is better for everyone. New adventure Island Box. Box is in fair condition, with a noticable tear on the front. But it's still functional and looks great on the shelf. Nothing with this box, just the box itself. 17 Shipped USA Just a small lot of random games I've got. I'd like to lump these together to save shipping, but may take offers. They all work, just fine: *I need to update pic* Alex Kidd in High Tech World (SMS) Ecco the Dolphin Tides of Time (Genesis) *sticker and sticker residue gone* Frogger II (2600) *r6* Hang on Safari Hunt (SMS) *not pictured yet) $23 shipped I don't really know much about this game, except for the fact that its fun. I hear it was a hack and someone then just put it on a cart. Please feel free to help me, and others out about more info. I'm not the one that made this, and I don't know it's origin, but I did grab this over a year ago from the Neo Geo forums. Game looks great and plays great. $25 shipped USA I'm also thinkin about throwing a bunch of randon accessories in a flat rate box. I'm thinkin random system controllers, rf switches, power supplies, remote controls, etc. If I did something like this, it won't be a mystery box, but trying to gauge some interest if this is what people would want.
  10. All prices are in U.S, funds, but I will gladly accept the equivalent in Canadian funds. Payment by paypal. All prices included shipping to mainland U.S. and Canada by Canada Post. I will not ship to other countries within the Americas. Shipping overseas with tracking & insurances costs hundreds of dollars. I will ship overseas untracked if you pay the difference in shipping, payment is made by paypal "gift" and you want to take the risk. I've sent many packages to Europe this way and none have been lost, but it can take a couple months to arrive. Red Famicom Twin system with newer belt and NESRGB, games and Sansuii pad: $400 shipped I can add the matching Famicom Everdrive pictured below for $80 The belt was supposed to have been replaced not long before I bought the system a few years ago, but I haven't spent many hours playing FDS games using the actual disk drive. Working Disk games load fast and work flawlessly. I've already sold most of the working FDS games I had. Zelda loads side A fine, but gets Error 27 loading side B. Galaxy Odyssey loads side A fine, but gets Error 27 loading side B. I have tried the audio cassette. Kiki Kikkai works fine. Kid Icarus works fine. The weird disk with different stickers on either side and the Castlevania case does not work. http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(1).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(2).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(3).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(4).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(5).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(6).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(7).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(.JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(9).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(10).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(11).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(12).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(13).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(14).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(15).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(16).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(17).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin%20(18).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ftwin.JPG PC-FX $175 shipped http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/pcf%20(1).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/pcf%20(2).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/pcf%20(3).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/pcf%20(4).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/pcf%20(5).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/pcf%20(6).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/pcf%20(7).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/pcf%20(.JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/pcf%20(9).JPG Neo Geo CD system with AES stick and 4 games $300 shipped I can include an 8-way gate and arcade ball top if you like. All games play flawlessly. http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neocd%20(1).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neocd%20(2).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neocd%20(3).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neocd%20(4).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neocd%20(5).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neocd%20(6).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neocd%20(7).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neocd%20(.JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neocd%20(9).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neocd%20(10).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neocd%20(11).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neocd%20(12).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neocd%20(13).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neocd.JPG Neo Geo Omega CMVS system with AEST stick, power supply and component cable: $530 shipped I can add the NeoSD flashcart pictured below, with 32(?)GB microsd card for $350 The AES stick has an 8-way gate installed and arcade ball top. http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neoo%20(1).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neoo%20(2).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neoo%20(3).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neoo%20(4).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neoo%20(5).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neoo%20(6).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neoo%20(7).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neoo%20(.JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neoo%20(9).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neoo%20(10).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neoo%20(11).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neoo%20(12).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/neoo%20(13).JPG Sega Master System with S-Video, composite and audio output mods + one controller: $80 shipped No power supply or video cables. http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/smss%20(1).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/smss%20(2).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/smss%20(3).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/smss%20(4).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/smss%20(5).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/smss.JPG HDG Genesis with "all" the mods: $150 shipped[b/] I'll update this with more info after I find the full list of work done. Definitely includes 2 overclock speeds, language switch, component, s-video, composite and audio output mods. http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/genm%20(1).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/genm%20(2).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/genm%20(3).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/genm%20(4).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/genm%20(5).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/genm%20(6).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/genm%20(7).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/genm%20(.JPG Atari 5200 system with rebuilt controller and 27 game carts $300 shipped I can add an Atari 5200 Ultimate SD Cartridge for $90 and/or the pictured controller adapter + overlays set for $80 This system was cleaned and refurbished inside and out from the seller I bought it from. The controller was rebuilt with modern parts and works great. If you are interested I will test each cart again. I don't remember any being duds. http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a5200%20(1).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a5200%20(2).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a5200%20(3).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a5200%20(4).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a5200%20(5).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a5200%20(6).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a5200%20(7).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a5200%20(.JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a5200%20(9).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a5200.JPG Atari 2600 system with 2600RGB mods, refurbished paddle controllers and Harmony Encore flashcart $350 shipped http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a2600%20(1).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a2600%20(2).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a2600%20(3).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a2600%20(4).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a2600%20(5).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a2600%20(6).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a2600%20(7).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a2600%20(.JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a2600%20(9).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/a2600%20(10).JPG Colecovision system fully refurbished and modded $300 shipped I can add the pictured Atarimax flash cart for $80 I also have a Famicom controller with full keypad, modified for Colecovision that will be available if the lot sells. This Colecovision console was refurbished and upgraded by Yurki and includes the following mods: 2 black controllers with ball knobs and straightened cords Composite and Audio out jack (cable included) RGB output (scart cable included) Pause button Bios skip LEDs to indicate Power On and Pause Comes with the original power supply, 2 original controllers, RGB scart cable and composite/left/right audio cable. http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/coleco%20(1).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/coleco%20(2).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/coleco%20(3).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/coleco%20(4).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/coleco%20(5).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/coleco%20(6).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/coleco%20(7).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/coleco%20(.JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/coleco%20(9).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/coleco%20(10).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/coleco%20(11).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/coleco%20(12).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/coleco%20(13).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/coleco%20(14).JPG "Hong Kong Version" NES $200 shipped http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/hknes%20(1).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/hknes%20(2).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/hknes%20(3).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/hknes%20(4).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/hknes%20(5).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/hknes%20(6).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/hknes%20(7).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/hknes%20(.JPG Korean SNES/Hyundai Super Comboy $150 shipped http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ksnes%20(1).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ksnes%20(2).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ksnes%20(3).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ksnes%20(4).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ksnes%20(5).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/ksnes%20(6).JPG Clear black/smoke gray Dreamcast system with 10 games and SD card adapter $220 shipped More details soon. http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/dclot%20(1).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/dclot%20(2).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/dclot%20(3).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/dclot%20(4).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/dclot%20(5).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/dclot%20(6).JPG Just Breed CIB Famicom game with English translation: $90 shipped Authentic Famicom cart with translated rom chips installed. Saving works great. http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/jbreed%20(1).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/jbreed%20(2).JPG Lagrange Point Famicom game with English translation: $90 shipped Authentic Famicom cart with translated rom chips installed. FM sound and saving works great. http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/lagr%20(1).JPG http://superpcenginegrafx.net/misc/lagr%20(2).JPG
  11. I'm pretty new to the SMS, and I was wondering which game(s) are considered the best. Here are the ones I have already: Shinobi Choplifter Black Belt Rambo II Rastan Hang-on/Safari Hunt The one name I keep hearing pop up again and again is Wonder Boy III. What's the max I should pay for a CIB copy? I'm also open to any suggestions that aren't space shooters--I already have more than I know what to do with on the 2600 . Thanks!
  12. From the album: CatPixtures

  13. From the album: My Collection

    The Japanese チョップ translates to CHOP with the date 1/7 or July first (in america we have the numbers reversed look it up if you don't believe me). The Chips aren't Sega branded like on normal carts and neither is the board
  14. What is your highest score in Wonder Boy in Monster Land? I'll be giving away prizes. The end date of this contest is June 5th.
  15. Has anyone heard of someone finding a working solution to provide wireless active shutter glasses for the Sega Master System? Or other systems that use the same signal interface as the SMS does for its shutter glasses?
  16. From the album: Colecovision collection

    Recent additions to my Sega Master System collection

    © (c) 2013 Oscar Toledo G.

  17. Hello everyone, I just got finished listing over 40 factory sealed U.S. SMS games. I ship Worldwide as well but unfortunately I can no longer ship via First Class International to anywhere but Canada. It seems the USPS is using some cost saving measures (questionable subcontracting) to some locations that isn't working out very well. Even so, I will help keep shipping costs to those locations as low as possible, using flat-rate boxes if necessary, but Priority Mail International must be used. The best deal on worldwide shipping is $57 to ship 11 games. As always, offers through PM are welcomed and encouraged too.All Auctions:http://rover.ebay.co...o...=1==&_sop=1Thanks!.
  18. I’ve been trying and trying to pull back on game gathering and more on playing, but then Mrs. Shake gasps and when I ask what, she says “Nothing! You don’t want to see...”, and then here I am talking about a new console and the Great Sega Christmas Of 2015. She went wild and got me a Mega Everdrive, a 32x (!) + Model 2 Genesis, and a(nother) Model 1 Genesis for Christmas, along with a couple of cheap ’n’ common boxed games as stocking stuffers. We both have had a blast digging through the Everdrive, and the Master System library has been a really pleasant surprise. We both grew up in the 8-bit era, so we're really enjoying exploring the SMS games that were mostly new to us. She’s become a complete Fantasy Zone addict. Like everybody else, I knew one kid in early grade school who had one, but we usually played Zelda and Super Mario Bros. instead. But from the first time I saw the two-second clip in the commercial, the 3-D, psychedelic tornado of Moai heads from Space Harrier made me long for one of these sleek and advanced machines. So yesterday, I’m sitting on the couch and she does that “gasp" thing next to me. She knows that I’ve wanted to pick up a reasonably-priced, working SMS just for kicks, even though I can now play the games via the Everdrive. But she also knows about my almost pathological devotion to Double Dragon. I’m not very good. I acknowledge that its a fun-but-superficial game with a stack of crappy home versions. But I’ve always loved Double Dragon in a weird "nostalgic fixation" kind of way, and (casually) pick up every version I can if it’s cheap enough. Get a 2600? Buy Double Dragon. Finally set up a Genesis? Buy Double Dragon. Tiger Handhelds? They’re awful, but I got Double Dragon when I was a kid. I don’t have a 7800, but if I find a cheap boxed copy of Double Dragon, I’ll buy it for when I eventually get the system. Not an obsession, but let’s call it a “quirky affinity”. (Because everyone needs a taste of this.) Anyway, Mrs. S shows me a craigslist post for a $75 Sega console (in the “Sega Base System” package) with three boxed games: Black Belt, Rastan, and Double Dragon. I knew that Double Dragon goes for $15-$20. Which sweetens the price of the bundle for me. I know Rastan is a favorite for some people, and while I have no attachment to Black Belt, I clearly love side-scrolling beat-em-ups. So, despite wanting to protest, I don’t stop her from contacting the seller to get it for me as "one last Christmas present". We go to pick it up and it’s missing one controller (mentioned in the listing) but I have a light gun and a loose copy of Safari Hunt to make up for it; and the RF switcher the seller has is an NES one, not the original. But other than that, he’s got the box, the paperwork, the styrofoam, and even the "Sega" f-type converter. He kindly tests it for us, and we round up all the stuff and we’re on our way. It turns out to be cleaner than I’d expected and we set it up and have a blast. Black Belt even included a minty Sega poster that could not be more "of its moment in history", and it even has a game catalog on the back.. "Trippy..." A little reading today taught me that it’s model 3010-B, which has ONLY Hang On built in, rather than Hang On / Safari Hunt. A few places online say this is slightly “more rare”, which is curious to me mostly because I can’t find any concrete info on hardware variants online! Any suggestions on where a hardware junkie can research? [This box (that white part is printed, not a sticker) seems to verify that this console and this box went together originally, since it only says that Hang On is included, which seems to match descriptions of model 3010-B.] Regardless, I really dig it, and while it could never surpass the NES in my heart, it’s a really fun compliment and a great 8-bit system with its own character and personality. The light gun is FANTASTIC, and I’m looking forward to maybe trying a pair of the 3-D glasses. Maybe even picking up a Master Everdrive in a few months so I can play SG-1000 stuff, too... Any Boston-area gamers care to shed some light? I'm not from around here... I guess Santa got held up back in ’88-’89, because boy-oh-boy did some Sega dreams come true this year.
  19. Hey everyone! I noticed that this area of the site is going down but I'll try to bring it back! The first Season will start right after this has been posted! I hope you all enjoy!
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