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  1. I'm down to my last Sears's game to complete this series excluding different varieties... Looking for a Math Gran Prix boxed... would prefer a decent box, but could depend on condition... Help me put the nail in the coffin for this title! I'm tired for waiting on Ebay for this, so hopefully someones needs $'s and has this!
  2. For sale is a Sears Tele-games heavy sixer I LOVINGLY restored from death. Works beautifully. The console itself is in wonderful condition (see pictures). Had to replace the 7805 and the power switch. I didn’t want to, but had no choice. I’ve included an rf coax adapter for your tv. Also included are two CX-10 Sticks that I completely restored myself, one of which has the Sears hex-sticker (super rare) and the other does not, but both have been restored to perfect working order. Also included are the original Sears paddles, taken apart and cleaned- working perfectly with no jitter. I’ve included the original power supply, but it’s not working properly - will only get up to 5.5v of the required 9V output. Someone with more skill than me might be able to bring it back. I’ve also included a period appropriate radio shack replacement power supply that works perfectly. Finally are four Sears launch titles CIB - Pong Sports, Bowling, Target Fun and Baseball. The top lid to Bowling is creased and won’t stay closed - the cart is also slightly faded. Pong is pretty rare as well. This has been a project of love, but I honestly won’t play it and want it to go to a good home. Asking $275. Thanks.
  3. I wonder if Sears had any considerations over slapping its own name on the ColecoVision during 1983, to sell it as the Tele-Games (and no, we are not to confound this defunct brand name with Telegames without hyphen) Pro Video Arcade, just as they had with selling the Atari 2600 VCS as the Video Arcade and the Mattel Intellivision as the Super Video Arcade? Since much of the ColecoVision library was based around arcade licenses, like Donkey Kong and Zaxxon, and at least one cartoon license, Smurf: Rescue in Gargamel's Castle, there would not be many title changes for the Sears versions (such would only apply to Coleco original programming, like Super Action Baseball) of these cartridges. The 12-second title screen on the Coleco publications (with the Sears Tele-Games label) would remove the rainbow COLECOVISION lettering but would retain the other text identifying the game title and licensor, and the Coleco copyright notice. Did you folks have any thoughts on whether Sears could've sold the ColecoVision under its own name? ~Ben
  4. LeeJ07

    Yars' Revenge

    From the album: My Atari 2600 Collection

  5. Recently, I picked up a boxed but incomplete Sears Video Arcade 4-switch. But I need to get a cardboard insert for it. I guess it's the same insert as a regular Atari 2600 4-switch insert? I'm also looking for a box, insert, manual for my Sears Super Video Arcade (Intellivision). If anyone can help me out, it'd be much appreciated. I can do cash via Paypal, or trades.
  6. From the album: DeusVult's Atari 2600 Collection

    These are my 3rd party games for the Atari 2600 I'm getting pretty close to finishing the M-Network.
  7. From the album: INTV

    My custom Sears unit that I restored & modded w/ RGB and composite AV, plus a custom Inty arcade controller that I built using a Neo Geo X as a base & Grips03's PCB kit. I used a magic eraser to clean up the cream colored plastic, the backend was repainted, a paint pen was used to touch up the raised lettering and then the whole console was clear coated. A lot of time and work put into it all, but everything came out great!

    © TJW 2019

  8. What is market value of Sears backgammon? I am looking to purchase one!
  9. Hi Everyone, I'm currently in the process of restoring a really beautiful Sears Tele-Games Heavy Sixer. It came to me with both CX-10's and original paddles. The console needed restoration, which is now complete, and the joysticks also needed some work but are now functional. As you can see I have one of the discs but the other was lost somewhere along the line. I know these things are stupid rare, but if anyone happened to have a junker heavy laying around and you have a spare hex disc, please hit me up. I'd love to complete this set. Thanks! (sorry, don't know why the photo is sideways - can't fix it).
  10. Hello everyone, Listed is a Sears-branded "Heavy Sixer" Atari VCS/2600 with beautiful original box, Sears-branded paddles, sticks and 2 games (Target Fun and 01 Combat, both Sears editions). The power supply is original to the unit and very rare to find together. I personally took this unit apart and cleaned everything and adjusted the color. The switches needed some work but they're perfect now. With the exception of an occasional small mark, and the small tear that's visible on the flap of the box, this set is beautiful. This is very much for the completist and I'm not that person. I was thinking of hanging onto it but already have two player units and don't know I'd use this that much. I'd rather see it go to a good home. I've researched and this is the lowest price you will find for a Sears Heavy Sixer of this quality with an original box in this condition (on ebay at least). Other listings have boxes that are pretty wrecked. This is a large package with the original box included. I can ship it however you like - with the unit in the box, or (my preference) the box separate from the console, which would be bubble wrapped separately. Obviously it's large and heavy (hence the name). Buyer to pay actual shipping costs - will ship it however you like with USPS Priority my preference. PM me with any questions you may have! Asking $350 or will trade for some systems I don't have, like Colecovision, Intellivision, Vectrex, etc. Thanks for looking
  11. Hello all, I have been very busy working on trades and just wanted to show off my recent acquisitions and thank a few people.
  12. From the album: Intymike´s collection

    © photo by Michael Luenzer

  13. Weeding down the collection and decided that it might be time to get rid of label variations. I LOVE Sears Picture Labels. LOVE them, but I need to focus the collection a little bit. I believe this is every Sears title and label variation other than Superman Picture Label. NOTE : SOME OF THE PRICES HAVE BEEN CHANGED. SOME GAMES HAD BOXES AND MANUALS AND SOME DID NOT. PRICES WENT UP OR DOWN ACCORDINGLY. Text Label Game Only Speedway II $4 Spelling $4 Video Chess $4 Warlords $4 Soccer $4 Slots $5 Space Combat $4 Space Invaders $4 Target Fun $4 Stellar Track $4 Superman $8 Circus $4 Asteroids $4 Canyon Bomber $4 Capture $4 Baseball $4 Backgammon $4 Poker Plus $4 Basketball $4 Bowling $4 Breakaway IV $4 Dodger Cars $4 Outer Space $4 Othello $5 Chase $4 Maze Mania: $4 Maze $4 Math $4 Code Breaker $4 Missile Command $4 Arcade Pinball $4 Checkers $4 Golf $4 Cannon Man $40 Black Jack $4 Dare Diver $10 Arcade Golf $4 Gunslinger $4 Game And Manual (No Box) – All text label except Adventure Night Driver : $5 Speedway II : $5 Berzerk: $5 Pong Sports: $5 Adventure: $18 (picture label) Steeplechase: $15 Super Breakout: $5 Picture Label (No Box or Manual) Missile Command $20 Asteroids $5 Canyon Bomber $20 Demons to Diamonds $6 Arcade Pinball $6 Chase $10 Defender $6 Poker Plus: $12 Basketball $40 Math Grand Prix $6 Race $7 Space Combat $8 Stellar Track $8 Submarine Commander $18 Star Raiders $6 Yars’ Revenge $4 Warlords $4 Games w/ Gatefold Boxes and Manuals Black Jack $17 Pong Sports $65 Target Fun $15 Speedway II $15 Games w/ Box and Manuals Speedway II $12 Space Invaders $10 Tank Plus $10 Target Fun $10 Night Driver $20 Haunted House $10 Pac Man $10 Baseball $48 Football $10 Outer Space $10 3D Tic Tac Toe $10 Maze $10 Breakaway IV $17 Brain Games $15 Dodger Cars $10 Gunslinger $38 PENDING? Box and Game – No manual Memory Match $8
  14. So, I got a Sears Video Arcade II a while ago, but recently I noticed something. The cartridge slot is not the right shape somehow. My Imagic games don't fit, at all. NONE. Does anyone else out there have this problem, or is there a way to make them fit?
  15. I just bought a sears telegames off ebay, and only the button works on the paddle controllers. Turning the wheel does nothing at all. I have tested these on a standard 4 switch 2600 and they work fine. It works fine with normal controllers though
  16. The more I get involved on AtariAge (on the forums, that's all) the more I get interested in the good old VCS. Nothing new here, I was interested before, but... The VCS is an old system and never reached in Europe the following / Classic system fame it can get in the USA. In fact, most retrogamers I know aren't interested, doesn't want to own one and doesn't even dare to try playing some games. So I was casually collectiong some carts here and there. And grew more interested in the system, until I decided to make the next step and found an NTSC system. Well, I don't plan to have all the variations that exist, so I though "hey, why not getting a sixer AND a Sears at the same time?" Because if I have to search and find one, why not picking something that is totally unknown in Europe? And I did. Here it is... with the lil bits needed for a good working in SECAM country. The official VCS AC adapter on top of its European counterpart. I don't know why it's twice as big. The lil bits on the system is your standard phono to F connector, provided by the seller. But, oops, Europe use the F connector for satellite only! Thanksfully there is a F connector to Euro RF connector. I'll later add an AV mod to the system anyway. And the games I got with it : Classic, yet as they are old programs, they aren't that common in Europe (remember, the Atari VCS was released in PAL version in 1980). And anyway, I need to feed that baby isn't it? Even if I can add some more recent releases : (yeah, quick'n'dirty setting, but I don't have much TVs able to take RF NTSC)
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