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Hi everyone, I would not advertise our Ebay auction if it were not 100% for charity. The amount of the highest bid will be transferred to doctors without borders by us. Ebay and paypal costs will be paid by me. Also shipping within Germany. Some details (also given in the auction description). - Assembloids 2600, fully working prototype - one of only two ever assembled carts (the other one is in good hands already) - PAL version (!) - the full final price will be donated to doctors without borders (the german division of it). Since there are quite some European Atari friends, I wanted to post it here as well Thanks to Slator who is also a member here and involved in this charity project as he paid for the hardware and organized the prototype board. You will find the auction here (link to german ebay): http://www.ebay.de/itm/201004413867 I will keep you posted on the success in the end, we are quite happy already. Cheers, Martin /enthusi
Hi everyone, as of this week, Assembloids 2600 is available in the AtariAge store. https://atariage.com/store/index.php?l=product_detail&p=1094 Thanks Albert! And also thanks for Thomas Jentzsch who published his savekey code which enabled us to support it for this game and all of its skill levels. I set up a simple score chart here: http://assembloids.de/scores.html and I will update it with incoming scores pasted to this thread (or other sources). Would be great to see what people reach. So far the highest scores I saw were from Sven the graphics artist who made the game with me and my wife (myself as well . During the German Gamescom last year we witnessed several people returning to our stand to improve their play. The attached file is an animated GIF from some shots during that event. I believe the highest skill levels pose a serious challenge to anyone (and quite possibly to your heart). Best wishes and thanks to all of you who helped getting this game done and out! Cheers, Martin