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  1. Who needs some 8-bit classics, especially some of the harder to find XE titles? All tested and working perfectly; cart-only unless otherwise noted. PM for pics and we can chat about a price that works for both of us. Thanks! Cartridge-based: Airball XE Blue Max XE Crime Buster XE Donkey Kong XE Hardball XE 3-D Tic-Tac-Toe Asteroids AtariArtist (silver label) AtariWriter BC's Quest for Tires (HTF white label) Centipede Donkey Kong Jr. (XE-style cart) Galaxian Pac-Man Pilot Star Raiders Super Breakout Tape-based: Caverns of Khafka cassette tape + box UNTESTED but I received it brand new - only opened it because I needed the manual for my collection Let me know if you have any q's! Need a manual? Check out my "manual man" post for a semi-complete list (still worth inquiring about others that I may have)!
  2. I acquired this back in August but realistically don't have room for it and am looking to sell. A bit difficult to get a true valuation since there aren't too many of these around and little is known about the system, other than that it was sold in at least two countries, Mexico and Chile. I currently have it listed on eBay for $499 but I'll certainly consider all reasonable offers and will offer free, fully-insured USPS Priority Mail or FedEx shipping in a well-packed box. Sure, lots of us know that the regular XE Game System (XEGS) is a repackaged 65XE, but this here is an ACTUAL 65XE branded as an XE Video Game System. And to take it a step further, it is the extremely hard to find NTSC final production run model, where Atari made the 65XE on a 130XE motherboard and case. Yep, that's right, it has the Expansion (ECI) Port present and the board internally is identical to the 130XE, minus the 130XE's added RAM, of course. Cosmetically, the system and accessories are in good shape. Even the plastic protective film over the system nameplate is still present. As far as I know, this bundle includes everything that originally came with the system, including all paperwork, manuals, accessories and packaging. Note that some of the manuals are only in Spanish. Please see the eBay link above for pictures of everything. I have additional pictures beyond the 12 that eBay limits me to that I would be happy to provide - just shoot me a note. This system and has been lightly cleaned, fully tested and works, and passed all of the "self tests" that Atari built-in to the system software. That said, it has the following flaws: Color output seems a bit "off." For example, when playing Donkey Kong, the ladders are a pinkish color instead of blue. Similarly, when loading into basic, instead of a blue screen with "ready," a pink screen with "ready" appears. I have tested this via both RF and monitor (composite) outputs (monitor/composite cable not included; only RF, RF adapter and the very old school switchbox (no need to ever use this but included for completeness)) and got the same results. Would be happy to provide pictures demonstrating the color output; just send me a message. Research has indicated that a slight adjustment of the "color adjust pot" under the hood will likely fix this easily. I didn't discover the fix until after I packaged it all up and I'm also not too familiar with doing that adjustment, so I will leave that up to the buyer. Joystick, while good cosmetically, needs some work. Occasionally it will respond as it should, other times the directions don't respond immediately and sometimes it thinks fire is pressed without it actually being pressed. Light gun, while great cosmetically (both stickers are intact) and the trigger does respond, it does not seem to communicate properly with the TV and system to indicate "hits." System outer box is worn, as evidenced by the pictures, but it still holds its shape well. All three games have also been cleaned and tested and work great. Star Raiders II has both English and Spanish manuals included; Bug Hunt and Flight Simulator II are Spanish-only. Please let me know if you have any questions about this extremely rare piece of Atari gaming history!
  3. SOLD For Sale: Indus GT for Atari 8-bit machines. Tested, fully working, smoked door intact. The whole unit is very nice. Sorry I just realized the pictures are out of focus. If you need better pics, let me know. Has all the disks with their manuals, plus the overall disk drive manual. I rarely see one of these for sale with all of the disks and manuals... in their original Indus sleeves too. Has original working power supply with the "For use with Indus GT only" sticker wrapped around the input side. No disappointments here... goes great with your 800xl, 1200xl or any other Atari computer. $100 plus actual shipping. I'll double box it and pack it carefully. Prefer cash (PayPal), but will consider trades, tell me what you have, I'll tell you if I'm intersted!
  4. 2600 games and controllers eBay Auction -- Item Number: 173008302608 A8 games lot eBay Auction -- Item Number: 173008359922
  5. Altirra? Atari800? Atari800Win PLus? other? Which one is the best for you? Why? - Y -
  6. Is it possible to use any Atari 8-bit emulator on iPad or another tablet device? Regards, - Y -
  7. SOLD I have a brand new SDrive micro I bought last year (2012) for sale. I tested it to make sure it works (it does) and that's it. I also have a SIO2SD that is good enough for my needs, so this one can go. Has the case and the SIO cable attached. Don't wait for another run, get yours now! I think this was right around USD$75 last year. I can get a better pic if you want, but it looks just like any other SDrive micro Make offers via PM. Thanks.
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