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  1. Since the game is still WIP, I decided that it is better to continue here. Below you find the latest versions: Robot_City_20191110.zip Robot_City_20191118_RC1.zip Robot_City_20191124_RC2.zip Robot_City_20191125_RC3.zip Robot_City_20191126_RC4.zip Robot_City_20191201_RC5.zip
  2. ZeroPage Homebrew LIVE every Wednesday & Friday Streaming the very best of Atari 2600 HOMEBREW games, LIVE on Twitch! Twitch Livestream Channel: https://twitch.tv/zeropagehomebrew YouTube Archive Channel: https://youtube.com/zeropagehomebrew NEWEST EPISODE: 20191204 Let's Play: HOLIDAY HOMEBREW SPECIAL! Frosty (Berzerk Hack), 2019 XMas Invaders (Pepsi Invaders Hack), Reindeer Rescue, Stay Frosty 2 UPCOMING EPISODES on TWITCH (Click Time Listing for Your Local Time): -- SHORT BREAK -- 20200103 Let's Play: HugoHunt (Demo), Pilot X, Ninjish Guy in Low Res World (LIVE @ 6PM PT | 9PM ET | 2AM GMT) 20200108 Let's Play: TBD (LIVE @ 11AM PT | 2PM ET | 7PM GMT) 20200110 Let's Play: TBD (LIVE @ 12PM PT | 3PM ET | 8PM GMT) 20200115 Let's Play: TBD (LIVE @ 11AM PT | 2PM ET | 7PM GMT) 20200117 Let's Play: TBD (LIVE @ 6PM PT | 9PM ET | 2AM GMT) 20200122 Let's Play: TBD (LIVE @ 11AM PT | 2PM ET | 7PM GMT) ... 20200201 Event: 2019 Atari Awards Presentation! 2019xxxx Interview: Dion Olsthoorn aka Dionoid at PRGE2019 2020xxxx Let's Play: Dan Kitchen's Gold Rush (WIP Exclusive Premiere) 2020xxxx Let's Play: QuadTari Hardware: QuadGames (WIP Exclusive Premiere). Galagon, Wizard of Wor Arcade 2020xxxx Let's Play: Daniel Kitchen's Bon Voyage (WIP Exclusive Premiere) 2020xxxx Let's Play: First 12 Homebrews 2020xxxx Let's Play: Chat's Choice 2020xxxx Let's Play: MultiPlayer Marathon 2020xxxx Let's Play: INV+, Space Instigators, Rainbow Invaders (Invaded by the 2600 Show Theme) Upcoming Games: Complete Games: Ultra SCSIcide, RAMless Pong, Arctic Landtran, Sea Wolf, Conjoined, R.P.S., Skee-ball, Space Game 2K, Pitch'n Catch, Stell-A-Sketch, Asteroid Rescue, Super Pong 2600, Dark Mage, Joust Pong, Seawolf (2004) WIP Games: RetroVenture (WIP), [email protected] of Chaos 2: Treasure of Minos (WIP), Grand Chalice Cinci (WIP), Panic! Rooms (WIP), Save Gaia: The Cy-Mage (WIP), Dystopia (WIP), Drive! (WIP), Apollyon (WIP), Blackjack Theta VIII (WIP), Star Crusade (WIP), Shifty Lifty (WIP), Matchie (WIP), Mondo Pong! (WIP), Rip Off (Early WIP), Street Fight World (WIP) WIP Updates: Gyvolver (WIP Update), Tumble Temple (WIP Update), Temple Runner aka Escape from Kukuku Temple (WIP Update Next Ver) Boxed Copies: Amoeba Jump (Boxed Copy) + More 2019 PRGE Releases 100% PLAYTHROUGH: Caverns, Blinky Goes Up, The Stacks (WIP), Reindeer Rescue, Stay Frosty 2 Activision Patch Challenge: H.E.R.O. (75,000), Barnstorming (Game 1/33.3s or 2/51.0s or 3/54s), Enduro (5 Days), Crackpots (75,000), Pressure Cooker (45,000), Beamrider (60,000 & Sector 20), Chopper Command, Decathalon (Bronze @ 8,600), Decathalon (Silver @ 9000) Decathalon (Gold @ 10000), Dolphin (Friends of the Dolphin @ 80000), Dolphin (Secret Society of the Dolphins @ 300000), Dragster (6 sec), Grand Prix (Game 1 @ <30s, 2 @ <1m, 3 @ <1m30s, 4 @ <2m30s), Ice Hockey (Beat Computer), Kaboom! (3000), Laser Blast (100000), Laser Blast (Stripe @ 1000000), Oink! (25000), Pitfall II (99000), Plaque Attack (35000), Private Eye (Solve Case 3), Robot Tank (Cross @ 5 Squadrons/60 Tanks ), Robot Tank (Star @ 6 Squadrons/72 Tanks), Skiing (28.2 seconds/game 3), Space Shuttle (Pilot @ 4 or 5 missions with 4500), Space Shuttle (Commander @ 6 missions with 7500), Starmaster (Order of the Supreme Starmaster @ 3800/game 1), Starmaster (Leader @ 5700/game 2), Starmaster (Wing Commander @ 7600/game 3), Starmaster (Starmaster @ 9000/game 4) Archived Shows (YouTube): 20191129 Let's Play: Robot City (WIP Update), Street Rod 2600 (WIP), The End 2600 (WIP Update) 20191127 Let's Play: Fat Albert (Hack), Defender Arcade (Hack), Galaxian Arcade (Hack), Dr. Vs. Daleks (Hack) 20191122 Let's Play: Water Diver (WIP), Primate Plunge, Seaquest (PATCH EARNED! @ 92360/50000) 20191120 Let's Play: The End 2600 (WIP Exclusive Premiere), Heist (Updated Final Release), Marble Madness (WIP John K Harvey), Kelly Kangaroo (WIP) 20191113 Let's Play: Robot City (WIP Update), Running Man (WIP), Venture Reloaded (WIP Hack Update) 20191108 Let's Play: Kirby 2600, Keep Away, Bombs Away!, Tennis (PATCH EARNED! @ Won Set) 20191106 Let's Play: CollectorVision Phoenix Unboxing, Power Off!, Shielding Color, Bass Fishing Tournament (WIP) 20191031 Let's Play: HALLOWEEN HOMEBREW SPECIAL! Skeleton+ (Fixed), DoReMi (Halloween Edition), Zombie Invaders (Space Invaders Hack), Ronister at Haunted House (Berzerk Hack), Halloween, Frankenstein's Monster 20191025 Let's Play: Heist (WIP), Goon Nights, Skiing (PATCH EARNED! @ 28.19s/28.2s on Game 3) 20191023 Let's Play: PRGE Unboxing, Venture Reloaded (Hack) (Exclusive Final Release), Flop Band 2600 (WIP Exclusive Premiere) 20191020 Event: LIVE BROADCAST FROM PRGE 2019! New Homebrews, New WIPs, live with John Champeau, Al Yarusso and more! CLICK [Reveal Hidden Contents] FOR MORE YOUTUBE ARCHIVED SHOWS
  3. Hi everyone, Here is my new For Sale post. Be sure to check it regulary, I add new stuff continuously. New Items: 20 Vintage PC Games So here we go: Atari 2600 Reproductions, Homebrews & Hacks EURO 10.00 4K4U Demo - CI - PAL - Demo made by Simon Querenhorst, Limited Edition #07/26 EURO 10.00 Alfred Challenge - CI - NTSC - Made by Ebivision EURO 20.00 Atom Smasher - CIB - NTSC - Video Soft EURO 15.00 Candy Catcher - CB - NTSC - Made by Grant Thienemann EURO 20.00 Cat Trax - CIB - NTSC - Reproduction of an unreleased prototype from UA Limited EURO 15.00 Depth Charge - CIB - NTSC - Video Soft - box damaged EURO 10.00 Duck Attack - CI - NTSC - Made by Will Nicholes EURO 20.00 Genesis 3D - CIB - NTSC - Video Soft, 3D google inclusive EURO 125.00 Good Luck, Charlie Brown! - CIB - NTSC - Made by CPUWIZ; #22, shrinkwrapped EURO 20.00 Funky Fish - CIB - NTSC - Reproduction of an unreleased prototype from UA Limited EURO 25.00 I Project Limited Edition - CIB - PAL - Made by Simon Quernhorst #1/35 EURO 10.00 K.O. Cruiser - CI - NTSC - Made by Devin Cook EURO 75.00 Malagai/Gauntlet - CB - NTSC - Double ender made by CPUWIZ EURO 25.00 Mental Kombat Limited Edition - CIB - NTSC - Made by Simon Quernhorst #29/100 EURO 10.00 Miniature Golf HD (easy) - C - NTSC - Hack by Acoustic Guitar & Nukey Shay EURO 10.00 Missile Command TB - C - NTSC - Track-Ball Hack by Thomas Jentzsch EURO 10.00 NWCGE Invaders 2K4 - C - NTSC - Made by ResQsoft, Homebrew Hack EURO 20.00 S.A.C. Alert - CIB - NTSC - Video Soft EURO 20.00 Seawolf - CIB - NTSC - Made by XYPE EURO 10.00 Skeleton+ - CI - NTSC - Made by Eric Ball EURO 25.00 Turbo - CIB - NTSC - Enhanced Reproduction EURO 20.00 Warring Worms: The Worm (Re)Turns - C - NTSC - Made by Baroque Gaming, Clear case EURO 20.00 X3V0LuX - CI - NTSC - Made by ResQsoft, Homebrew Hack, Transparent Blue Case Atari 2600 CD ROM EURO 50.00 Cuttle Cart Underground - Original Release, sealed, ROM collection for the Chad Schell's Cuttle Multi Cart EURO 120.00 Stella gets a new Brain - Original Release (serial number #012, signed manual, very good condition) EURO 50.00 Worship the Woodgrain - Original Release (4 CD, instructions, big CD case), ROMs in WAV files for modified Starpath Superchargers Atari 2600 Hardware EURO 75.00 Mini2600 Board (no chips) from 8 Bit Domain Atari 2600 Memorabilia EURO 25.00 Atari T-Shirt Berzerk (Size S, unused) EURO 25.00 Atari T-Shirt Defender (Size S, unused) EURO 100.00 Megamania – Activision 2600 – Standee – 31 cm x 22 cm – US – good condition Activision Game Patches EURO 50.00 Barnstorm EURO 35.00 Decathlon Bronze Make an offer Decathlon Gold EURO 25.00 Freeway EURO 20.00 Kaboom! EURO 30.00 Megamania EURO 125.00 Pitfal 2 EURO 25.00 Pitfall! EURO 70.00 Pitfall! Triangle Patch EURO 65.00 River Raid EURO 15.00 Robot Tank Medal of Merit Make an offer Robot Tank Star of Honor EURO 25.00 Skiing EURO 25.00 Spider Fighter EURO 70.00 Tennis EURO 50.00 Stampede Belt All patches are original, no repros. Commodore C64 Disk Recordstyle boxes EURO 7.00 3 Hit Games (Brian Bloodaxe, Revelation, Quovadis) (Mindscape) - complete EURO 50.00 Fire Power (MicroIllusions) - sealed/complete EURO 10.00 Hardball! (Accolade) - complete - plain green artwork EURO 20.00 Heart of Africa (Electronic Arts) - complete EURO 25.00 MainFrame (MicroIllusions) - sealed/complete - top bent due shrink foil EURO 7.00 Music Construction Set (Electronic Arts) - complete EURO 15.00 PHM Pegasus (Lucasfilm Games/Electronic Arts) - complete EURO 15.00 Strike Fleet (Lucasfilm Games/Electronic Arts) - complete EURO 7.00 The American Challenge (Mindscape) - complete Commodore C64 Disk Walletstyle boxes EURO 5.00 Leaderboard (Access) - dongle is missing EURO 25.00 Stellar 7 (US Gold) - complete EURO 10.00 The Captive (Mastertronic US) - complete Atari 8bit Walletstyle boxes EURO 5.00 Leaderboard (Access) - dongle is missing EURO 10.00 Sun Star (CRL) - complete Atari 8bit & Commodore C64 Disk Walletstyle boxes EURO 10.00 Action Biker (Mastertronic US) - complete Mattel Intellivision EURO 20.00 5 x Intellivision Controller (defective) NeoGeo Pocket Color EURO 25.00 NeoGeo Pocket Color - Aqua Blue !!! no console, just box and manual !!! EURO 15.00 NeoGeo Pocket Color AC Adaptor & Rechargeable Battery Pack (Blaze), box in average condition EURO 35.00 Baseball Stars - US release - cardboard box - complete EURO 70.00 Dark Arms - US release - cardboard box top slightly crushed - complete EURO 25.00 Neo Dragon's Wild - European release - plastic box - complete EURO 25.00 Neo Mystery Bonus - Japanese release - plastic box - complete EURO 25.00 Neo Cherry Master Color - European release - plastic box - complete EURO 20.00 Metal Slug - US release- cardboard box slightly crushed !!! No game, just box and manual !!! EURO 10.00 Pac-Man - US release - cardboard box !!! No game, just box and manual !!! EURO 10.00 Puzzle Bobble Mini - European release - plastic box !!! No game, just box and manual !!! EURO 220.00 for the complete lot Vintage PC Games* EURO 30.00 Carriers at War Construction Set (SSG) - EV - complete/good condition - PC 3.5" EURO 15.00 Crimson Skies (Microsoft) - EV - complete/good conditionfactory-sealed - PC CD EURO 65.00 Death Gate (Legend) - EV - complete/good condition - PC CD EURO 15.00 Flight Commander Commander 2 (Avalon Hill) - EV - complete/good condition - PC CD EURO 15.00 Flight Commander Commander 2 (Avalon Hill) - EV - complete/good condition - PC CD EURO 90.00 Gold Rush! (Sierra) - EV - complete/very good condition/factory-sealed - PC 3.5" + PC 5.25" EURO 5.00 Homeworld (Sierra) - German Version - complete/average condition - PC CD EURO 70.00 Manhunter 2: San Francisco (Sierra) - EV - complete/very good condition/factory-sealed - PC 5.25" EURO 15.00 Operation Crusader (Avalon Hill) - EV - complete/good condition - PC 3.5" EURO 20.00 Panzer Battles (SSG) - EV - complete/good condition - PC 5.25" EURO 35.00 Ringworld (Tsunami) - EV - complete/good condition - PC 3.5" EURO 10.00 Spirit of Excalibur (Virgin) - EV - complete/average condition - PC 3.5" EURO 30.00 The Perfect Trilogy - Perfect General Collection (QQP) - EV - complete/very good condition - PC 3.5" EURO 20.00 Twenty Wargame Classics (SSI) - EV - complete/good condition/Originalverschweißt - PC CD EURO 40.00 V for Victory: Commemorative Collection (Three Sixty) - EV - complete/very good condition/factory-sealed - PC CD EURO 15.00 V for Victory: Gold Juno Sword (Three Sixty) - EV - complete/good condition - PC 3.5" EURO 15.00 V for Victory: Gold Juno Sword (Three Sixty) - EV - good condition - PC 3.5" * Most PC games are to big to send them as airmail letter, so they have to be shipped as parcel. Unless you buy several games is's rather intersting for German and European shipping addresses. Digital Magazines EURO 2.00 RGCD Issue #01 (February 2007) (Retro Gamer CD) EURO 2.00 RGCD Issue #02 (May 2007) (Retro Gamer CD) EURO 2.00 RGCD Issue #03 (August 2007) (Retro Gamer CD) Other Memorabilia EURO 100.00 Contra III Promo Puzzle from 1992 (shrink-wraped, bent because of the foil) Posters Atari Lynx Poster EURO 3.00 Heroes & Villains of the Atari Lynx: Pixel Art/Sprites from all officially released Lynx games - Size: A3 - 420 x 297 mm (folded to A4) - Paper: 135g glossy 4/4 color digital print Atari 5200 Poster EURO 3.00 Heroes & Villains of the Atari 5200: Pixel Art/Sprites from all officially released 5200 games - Size: A3 - 420 x 297 mm (folded to A4) - Paper: 135g glossy 4/4 color digital print EURO 3.00 Poster 5200 Games Library: All officially released 5200 games on one poster - Size: A3 - 420 x 297 mm (folded to A4) - Paper: 135g glossy 4/4 color digital print Atari 7800 Poster EURO 3.00 Heroes & Villains of the Atari 7800: Pixel Art/Sprites from all officially released 7800 games - Size: A3 - 420 x 297 mm (folded to A4) - Paper: 135g glossy 4/4 color digital print EURO 3.00 7800 Games Library: All officially released 7800 games on one poster - Size: A3 - 420 x 297 mm (folded to A4) - Paper: 135g glossy 4/4 color digital print Intellivision Poster EURO 3.00 Heroes & Villains of the Intellivision: Pixel Art/Sprites from most officially released Intellivision games - Size: A3 - 420 x 297 mm (folded to A4) - Paper: 170g glossy 4/4 color digital print Shipping Information I am located in Germany. The shipping options are: - GERMANY Regular Parcel (EURO 5.50) - EU Regular Parcel (EURO 17.00) - USA/CANADA Airmail Parcel (EURO 37.00, runtime about 14 to 21 days, insured, tracking) or Airmail Letter option for USA & Canada: I can offer airmail letter in robust box for 2 regular-sized boxed Atari games/parcel for EURO 4/parcel (no tracking, no insurance, runtime about 5 to 7 days) *** Payment Information - Payment by Paypal/EURO only. If you have any questions, please drop me a PM. - Exchange rate is about 1.00 EURO -> 1.12 US$ Be sure to check this topic from time to time, I am adding games on a daily base. If you have any questions, please drop me a PM. Thanks for reading, Marc. --- SOLD ***EURO 10.00 Adventure Plus - C - NTSC - Made by Steve Engelhardt, Adventure Hack ***EURO 20.00 Alien Adventure - CIB - NTSC - From Lost Classics, clear case box, #32, gold label ***EURO 5.00 Alphanumeric Madness - C - NTSC - Made by John Harvey ***EURO 20.00 Atari 30th Anniversary- CB - NTSC - Made by Shawn Davis Sr., Multicart, Box by Marc Oberhäuser ***EURO 7.50 Atari Shot Remixed Limited Edition - C - NTSC ***EURO 7.50 Bobby needs Food - C - PAL - Made by Christian Amman ***EURO 60.00 Combat Two - CIB - NTSC - Reproduction of an unreleased prototype from Atari, #002/250 ***EURO 7.50 Donkey Kong Escapes - C - NTSC - Made by Salemfrost, Homebrew Hack ***EURO 10.00 Dragonsfire! - C - NTSC - Made by Scott Dayton ***EURO 5.00 Edtris 2600 - CI - NTSC - Made by Ed Federmeyer ***EURO 25.00 Encaved Limited Edition - CIB - PAL - Made by Simon Quernhorst #4/75 ***EURO 20.00 Endless Snow - CIB - NTSC - Made by Rudy J. Ferretti ***EURO 10.00 EuroCon 05 Demo - C - PAL - Made by Simon Quernhorst, #6/33 ***EURO 10.00 Eurocon 2007 Retrogames Demo - CI - PAL - Made by Simon Quernhorst ***EURO 20.00 Ghost Attack! 3D - CIB - NTSC - Video Soft, 3D google inclusive ***EURO 20.00 Gunfight - CIB - NTSC - Made by XYPE ***EURO 20.00 Havoc 3D - CIB - NTSC - Video Soft, 3D google inclusive ***EURO 3.00 Hozer Video Promo Card - C - NTSC - Made by Hozer Video ***EURO 10.00 I.Q. 180 - C - NTSC - Made by CPUWIZ; Reproduction of a Suntek game ***EURO 10.00 Immies & Aggies - C - NTSC - Made by CPUWIZ; Reproduction of an unreleased ZiMAG-Prototype ***EURO 30.00 KC Monster Maze! - CIB - NTSC - Cassette game for the Starpath Supercharger, Made by Mr.SQL ***EURO 40.00 Malagai - CIB - Made by FND Collectibles, Limited Edition #4/10, Original Game Chip with Custom Box ***EURO 10.00 Mystery Science Theater 2600 - C - NTSC - Made by Tim Snider ***EURO 5.00 Oystron - CI - PAL - Made by Piero Cavina, #13 ***EURO 10.00 Pressure Gauge - CI - NTSC - Made by John Harvey, Packrat Video Games Edition ***EURO 25.00 Raster Fahndung - CIB - P/N - Made by Simon Quernhorst, #03/75 ***EURO 20.00 Sea Battle - CIB - NTSC - Reproduction of an unreleased MNetwork game ***EURO 15.00 Seaweed Assault - CIB - NTSC - Made by Duane Alan Hahn ***EURO 10.00 Skate or Die - C - NTSC - Made by Shawn Davis Sr., Homebrew Hack, #8 of 20 ***EURO 5.00 SoundX - CI - NTSC - Made by Ed Federmeyer, #93 ***EURO 30.00 Space Raid - CIB - NTSC - Made by CollectorVision ***EURO 10.00 Super Mario: Rescue in Bower's Castle - C - NTSC - Made by Shawn Davis Sr., Homebrew Hack of Smurf, #8 of 25 ***EURO 20.00 Swordfight - CIB - NTSC - Reproduction of an unreleased MNetwork game ***EURO 10.00 Telepathy - C - NTSC - Made by CPUWIZ; Reproduction of an unreleased Atari-Prototype ***EURO 10.00 The Unknown Game - C - NTSC - Made by CPUWIZ, © Datatech Ent., #3/25 ***EURO 5.00 This Planet Sucks - CI - NTSC - Made by Greg Troutman ***EURO 5.00 Thrust - CI - NTSC - Made by Thomas Jentzsch ***EURO 10.00 Venture Arcade Edition - C - NTSC - Made by Fred X. Quimby, Homebrew Hack, #14/20 ***EURO 5.00 Video Time Machine - CI - NTSC - Made by Chris Cracknell, #87 ***EURO 10.00 Chopper Command ***EURO 10.00 Dragster ***EURO 15.00 Arctic Fox (Electronic Arts) - complete ***EURO 10.00 Hardball! (Accolade) - complete - lawn-look artwork ***EURO 20.00 Heart of Africa (Electronic Arts) - complete ***EURO 20.00 Psi 5 Trading Company (Accolade) - sealed/complete ***EURO 20.00 Racing Destruction Set (Electronic Arts) - sealed/complete ***EURO 10.00 The Captive (Mastertronic US) - complete ***EURO 10.00 The Captive (Mastertronic US) - complete ***EURO 10.00 Kikstart Off-Road Simulator (Mastertronic US) - complete ***EURO 15.00 Ten Years of Digital Press ... and beyond (Digital Press) ***EURO 20.00 King of Fighters R-2 - European release - plastic box !!! No game, just box and manual !!!
  4. R3 released, which I think is close to final. I've edited this post, but details are in a new post below. (This is my first post, but I've been lurking for a few weeks while writing this game, and I've really enjoyed trying out other homebrews.) Water Diver is a reflex game, for one or two players (simultaneously): dots are bouncing everywhere in the water; collect the good ones, while avoiding the bad ones! Five Six Twelve exciting levels, four exciting songs. 🙂 No title screen yet... The graphics are pretty simple, but I think it's fun, and challenging. I have yet to break 150 points, except when testing at slow emulation speeds. There can be a lot going on onscreen. My high score during development is 162; for R3 as released, my best so far is 131. Latest release: water_diver_R3.bin (NTSC) water_diverpal_R3.bin (PAL60) Older releases: water_diver_R2.bin (NTSC) water_diverpal_R2.bin (PAL60) water_diver.bin (NTSC) water_diverpal.bin (PAL60) I've tested in Stella 6.0.1, and on an NTSC 2600. In Stella, it's difficult with keyboard, but I find that it works quite well with a mouse. The two-player mode hasn't had a lot of play; please let me know what you think! Also feel free to suggest PAL color tweaks, or whatever else. I have a very small amount of room left. I expect to at least add a few more levels. Or maybe a title screen. Controls: Joysticks. Either player can start at any time, by pressing their fire button; after that, just steer the button will give a lateral speed boost. Between games, you can cycle through game modes, with Select: In the default mode, you advance from level to level in time with the music. In "flow mode" you stay on one level forever -- any level you have reached previously. (This is more fun than it sounds!) Hints: There's no way to only one level where you can restore your health. You can see how much damage you've accumulated by looking at your score. The faster you pick up the good dots, the sooner new ones can appear. (It can be dangerous to pay too much attention to this fact.) When the water turns green, watch out... The game is inspired by https://www.khanacademy.org/computer-programming/water-diver-sounds-added/5430351862169600
  5. Still clearing out unused items from my collection.... Please PM if you have any questions. I would have to charge additional shipping outside the continental US. ======================================================================== /|\ All Atari manuals (qty 34) $42 shipped ======================================================================== I'm happy to sell individually, but I'll need you pick up the postage in that case. One last thing, I'd take $42 ***OBO*** shipped for all the manuals (34 total: 4-Lynx, 9-2600, and 21-7800 manuals) ======================================================================== /|\ Atari Lynx manuals (qty 4) $10 plus shipping ======================================================================== They're all in good shape. I bought them all new. ======================================================================== /|\ Atari 2600 manuals (qty 9) $14 plus shipping ======================================================================== These are in good shape. I bought them all new. ======================================================================== /|\ Atari 7800 manuals (qty 21) $30 plus shipping ======================================================================== These are in good shape. I bought them all new. ======================================================================== Apple II shoe box of discs--mostly games $32 plus shipping ======================================================================== I got these years ago. They came with an Apple IIe that I bought back in the day. They are backups and not originals. There are a lot of floppies here. And many have multiple games on them. I can't test them, so I don't know how well they still work. I'm offering these "as is". ======================================================================== /|\ Atari Lynx in need of screen help $58 shipped ***SOLD*** ======================================================================== Age is showing on the screen of this Lynx. Basically, this is a great candidate for a modern screen upgrade. There is lots of vertical banding--which sucks. But everything else works great on this Lynx--which is nice. This is from my person collection, like all the items here. Is this your first Lynx? I'll throw in a loose game cart so that you can test the unit as soon as it arrives.
  6. Hey guys, Im a new member to Atariage, and I look forward to the things this site has to offer! I have a copy of Pepsi Invaders/Coke Wins for the Atari 2600 that I’m looking to either sell or trade. I also posted the game on eBay. If anyone is interested to trade for it, I’m open to any of the really rare Atari 2600 titles, namely Eli’s Ladder. I have attached photos of the cart, the interior (board), and myself starting it up on my Atari 2600. If anyone is interested in either trading for or buying my game, please message me. Thank you.
  7. Hello everyone! If you are already familiar with the quality of A New Marauder (thread: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/254053-a-new-marauder), our previous release, you gonna enjoy Rally Racer as well. We released an initial batch of 50 numbered copies that are already soldout but you can get the regular series without numbering from now on. Some gameplay can be viewed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q2qWQUu6uNg Check the pictures attached for info on the items of the set (sorry, we couldn't update our website yet due to the rush - www.morework.com.br) . If you are interested, please write to [email protected] and I will be pleased in answering you. ----------- PRICING ----------- Rally Racer Cartridge (with box and user manual): U$ 79.90 A New Marauder Cartridge (with box and user manual): U$ 53.90 A New Marauder T-shirt: U$ 19.90 Rally Racer T-shirt: U$ 19.90 More Work Heavy Sixer Console T-shirt: U$ 15.90 Paper cradle for Atari cartridge: U$ 0.99 (each) ----------- SHIPPING (North America and Europe) ----------- For ONE cart: $ 32.90 USD (<500 g) For TWO or TREE carts _or_ ONE or TWO cart plus t-shirt: $ 37.90 USD (<1 kg) PS: check t-shirt size availability (S, M, L, XL or XXL). PS2: we ran a new and probably the last batch of A New Marauder - don't miss it.
  8. Unless bugs are identified this will be the final release of Heist. This release fixes a number of small bugs and implements a few additional features such as Bezerk style directional shooting (selectable via the Left Difficulty Switch). This release also makes (3) lives standard. Single life games are still selectable as games 4-6. I hope you enjoy. - Tim Gameplay Capture the money while avoiding the police and laser defenses. Once the money is in your possession a door will open. You still need to make it out of the bank to clear the level. All of this must be done before time runs out. Some levels are easier than others and the time is adjusted accordingly. Note that the police will not notice you until you are in their general proximity or you have taken the money. Once you capture the money all police become aware of your presence and they move with an increased sense of urgency (i.e., faster). There is a total of 20 levels using 10 playfields. Each playfield is displayed twice. The second time through you are given less time and the police move faster. If you complete all twenty levels you will flip the game and have the chance to play through them again. This time, however, the police will move faster and you will be limited to (4) bullets. Controls Movement: Use the left joystick to move left, right, up, down and on diagonals. Pause: Set the COLOR/BW switch to BW to pause the game. The playfield walls will turn lite gray and the player will face left to indicate that the game is paused. Set the switch back to COLOR to continue gameplay. Shooting: Behavior dependent upon position of Left Difficulty Switch. In either mode, the bullet travels in the direction that the player is presently moving. Mode A (Left Difficulty Switch A): If player is standing still then the bullet moves in the direction that the player last moved. This is similar to the behavior implemented in Berzerk released by Stern Electronics, Inc. in 1982. Mode B (Left Difficulty Switch B): If player is standing still then the bullet moves horizontally to the left when the player is facing left. Similarly, the bullet moves horizontally to the right when player is facing right. Game Variants Use Game Select switch while on Title Screen to cycle through game variants Game 1 – (3) Lives, Limited Time, Limited Bullets (Normal Game) Game 2 – (3) Lives, Unlimited Time, Unlimited Bullets Game 3 – (3) Lives, Unlimited Time, No Bullets Game 4 – Single Life, Limited Time, Limited Bullets Game 5 – Single Life, Unlimited Time, Unlimited Bullets Game 6 – Single Life, Unlimited Time, No Bullets Scoring $1000 for each money bag stolen. On games where you have more than one life you will lose the money if you are caught/die before clearing the level by making it through the exit door. Hints It may help your overall strategy to get the police to chase you. You can get their attention by moving close to them. This works even if you are protected behind a wall. Level Timers (Games 1 & 4) Level Time 1 30 seconds 2 24 seconds 3 30 seconds 4 24 seconds 5 20 seconds 6 16 seconds 7 28 seconds 8 24 seconds 9 14 seconds 10 12 seconds 11 20 seconds 12 16 seconds 13 20 seconds 14 16 seconds 15 36 seconds 16 32 seconds 17 20 seconds 18 16 seconds 19 24 seconds 20 20 seconds HEIST.bin HEIST Game Manual.pdf HEIST.bas I'm including the source code as it may help someone. I'm sure there are plenty of areas where the code could have been written better. Sometimes the 'hack' is actually a means of doing something without using additional variables. Other times what looks like a hack is truly a hack. It can be a little intimidating showing how the sausage is made... and there is no claim that anything performed by the code is the best way to do it.
  9. EDIT: BREAKOUT 2000 SEQUEL RELEASED! Download the sequel for the SuperCharger from the Atari 2600 forum thread BREAKOUT 2002 LASERBEAMS NTSC Improvements: More action, a score, a level indicator and a goal - make it to the playable treasure room ending scene on level 10! For Zero or more Players! CPU plays both characters, players can join in any time! Camera follows the Ball and only the Ball has Laserbeams, the Atari Logo is much harder to play, like Tails. Characters can perform a forward roll through any contiguous line of bricks, also influenced by the Sonic series. LASERBEAMS controls are reversed, button conserves the Laser because who doesn't want to use it all the time? 😎 The Logo can only be Killed with a Direct Hit, similarly a glancing blow from the Logo is non-fatal; it must nail the Ball head on. Additional cool game tunes and musical effects, I'm planning to post the BASIC source code on the programming forum to share the techniques. Have fun, have a ball! Comments and questions welcome! Older version below with support for the Flashback Portable, haven't recompiled a version of the new one yet. BREAKOUT2000_V2_SuperCharger.bin BREAKOUT2000_v2_AFP.bin (Slight difference - the SuperCharger version can reach the top row) SuperCharger audio file: BREAKOUT2000_V2_SuperCharger.wav
  10. Please PM me if you have one you are willing to sell. Kevin
  11. Now let me start by saying I have done extensive research into this. I'm aware of all ways of connecting an atari to a modern TV, but what I really need is an opinion on wether my specific issue is my own stupidity, or the TV just won't do it. The TV is: http://www.vizio.com/e65c3.html I'm using the RCA to coax adapter. Directly connecting it to the TV via coax and switching to this input yeilds no result. I connect the Atari to the input of a VCR, then connect the composite output to the TV. I can get the VCR to play tapes over the TV, both video and audio, but I cannot get the Atari to display through it. Is it possible that the VCR is not a good enough demodulator/converter for this modern of a TV? Is there usually some menu option you need to tinker with to get a digital TV to detect the input (either directly or through a VCR). Is it possible that this TV just doesn't have the capability I need to play the Atari on it?
  12. Looking for my first TAC-2 joystick for Atari 2600. I plan to use it primarily on my recently acquired TI-99/4A with the Atari joystick adapter, as I feel it matches the black and silver color scheme of that computer really well. It might get some action on my XEGS and 7800, too. Please shoot me a PM if you have one you're willing to part with. Thanks!
  13. I’m working on making some new 2600 touchpads from scratch complete with custom shells. I am also working on making overlays that have the same purpose as the original touchpad overlays, to label each button so you know what you’re doing by pressing each one. I wanted something to do and thought this would be a fun project. I’m not sure how rare they are so I don’t know if anyone else would want/need one. Each touchpad will come with one overlay for the game of your choice. Once I know how many people are interested, I’ll provide an update with a price as I would like to buy all the parts at once to keep each touchpad as low priced as possible for both me and anyone who wants to buy one, and I don’t want to over- or underestimate the part costs. I will also provide picture updates as I get through the prototyping stages. If anyone knows where I can find a list of games that used the touchpad, that’d be much appreciated as it would let me know how many overlays I need to design. As far as I can tell, the link in the 2600 Archives results in a 404 so I’ll need another source.
  14. Hi, I'm looking for help pricing these two games. I did not found any of these on ebay. Thank you.
  15. FS 4 Atari Supervision bootlegs 4 in 1 with box. Please refer to pics provided for condition. Cart need to unplug, plug to start game, typical in Atari games $50 each Shipping by registered mail $13 -> 1-2 carts $ 19 -> 2-4 carts Thanks
  16. Hey guys, Im a new member to Atariage, and I look forward to the things this site has to offer! I’m currently looking for an authentic copy of Eli’s ladder (cartridge) for the Atari 2600. If anyone has one that they may be willing to part with, please pm me. Thank you.
  17. Anyone stateside collect PAL for 7800 or will I be shipping these overseas? Free shipping to the US; worldwide I'll eat a portion of the shipping costs. Mario Bros. Planet Smashers Motor Psycho Impossible Mission I also have H.E.R.O. for the 2600 (PAL), which comes with the manual and a high-quality scan plastic case. If these were NTSC, I'd make triple this! Oh well... All games have been cleaned and tested and are assuredly PAL format despite only two of them having the "P" stickers on the back. Please see the pictures for an exact condition of everything. Looking for $35 OBO for the four (4) 7800 games as a lot (would consider splitting up) and $35 OBO for HERO w/manual and custom plastic case. Shoot me a PM to chat further and finalize things. Cheers.
  18. This is the latest version of my blackjack game. I've previously posted versions on this thread and my blog. It is a WIP so it is not expected to be bug free. The features I've implemented so far are: Title screen Betting screen Basic play with 4 decks Dashboard: context sensitive menu of available moves (H, D, Su, I, Sp) Double down Surrender Insurance Splitting hands Deck penetration of 75% No duplicate cards (other than 4 deck duplicates) F8 (8k) F6 (16k) bank switching Navigation help Sound effects Card animation Features I will be adding next (in order of descending importance) are: Difficulty & game options More graphic touches Win animation Idle animation Dev Notes: User feedback is lacking. For example, it's not always apparent you don't have enough chips for in game bets: double down, insurance, or split. The split hand user interface could also use some fine tuning. I'll look into adding pip colors, but I'm not yet sure it's possible without flicker. I won't settle for flickering cards, but flickering color under the cards might be okay. I'm not planning to use DCP. ---------- Premise: You're a NASA astronaut who crash landed on the uninhabited, inhospitable planet Theta VIII. You're living out the rest of your life in an artificial hotel casino created for you by the intelligent species who damaged your craft and killed your crew. Not knowing your preferred living conditions, the intelligent species constructed the hotel using the narrative from a poorly written pulp fiction novel in your possessions. You can't leave and Blackjack is your only entertainment. ---------- Instructions: This game uses the joystick: Title Screen Fire starts a new game Betting Screen Fire starts a new game Up or Down to increase or decrease the bet Left or Right to select bet amount Game Screen Fire starts a new game Up to stand Down to hit, double down, surrender, take insurance, or split hands Left/Right selects the next dashboard option Pressing down is context sensitive to the currently selected option. Split Hands The currently selected hand is white and the inactive hand is grey. When both hands are completed, Pressing Up or Down shows the result of each hand. ---------- Blackjack Rules: Blackjack The dealer checks for blackjack before hitting the player's hand. A natural blackjack pays 3 to 2. A blackjack on any split hand pays 2 to 1. A player's natural blackjack is a push against the dealer's natural blackjack. Dealer The dealer stands on soft 17. The dealer reshuffles at 75% deck penetration. Double down Double down Double down pays 2 to 1 of the original bet. Splitting Splitting hands is permitted on two equivalently valued cards. It requires another bet equal to the original bet. Split hands cannot be split again. Double down, insurance, and surrender are available on split hands. A black jack on a split hand pays out 2 to 1. Surrender Surrender is late surrender and returns 50% of your original bet. Insurance Insurance is offered when the dealer shows an ace or 10 value card. The insurance bet is fixed to 50% of the original bet and pays 2 to 1. Insurance does not pay out if the player busts. Miscellaneous A winning bet that is not evenly divisible by 2 is rounded down. The game ends when the player is out of chips. Beta release: BlackJackThetaVIII.zip BlackJackThetaVIII-beta-0-8.bin BlackJackThetaVIII-beta-0-8-afp.bin Alpha release: BlackJackThetaVII-beta-0-9.bin BlackJackThetaVIII-0-9.bin
  19. So I had problems with my 2600 so I decided to try my hand at the AV Mod. I did all the work, it doesn't look great but I hoped it would work, but it didn't. Is anyone able to see what I did wrong and if I can fix it? https://imgur.com/a/xY43JRJ
  20. DoctorSpuds

    Wabbit (Apollo)

    From the album: My Collection

  21. I've got some game manuals for sale, primarily Atari 8-bit and video game systems but also some NES and Sega Genesis. If you're interested in one or more, shoot me a PM and I can get you pictures and we can have a conversation about price. Discounts are certainly available if you'd like more than one manual. Here's the list. I also have some game boxes for sale, sprinkled in as marked throughout the list. Game boxes are "new old stock" unless otherwise indicated. Atari XE (and related 8-bit) Ace of Aces XE (used box + manual) Barnyard Blaster XE SOLD Battlezone XE Bug Hunt XE SOLD Crossbow XE Crystal Castles XE SOLD Fight Night XE Lode Runner XE Missile Command XE Battle Chess F-15 Strike Eagle Frogger The Pharaoh's Curse Springer Tennis Atari 7800 Alien Brigade (used box + manual) Asteroids (x2) Ballblazer Centipede (x2) Choplifter Crossbow Crystal Quest Featuring Bentley Bear (Homebrew; box only) Dark Chambers (used box + manual) Dig Dug FailSafe (Homebrew) Fight Night (used box only) Food Fight Galaga (used box + manual) Hat Trick Impossible Mission (French) Joust SOLD Karateka SOLD K.C. Munchkin! (Homebrew) Mario Bros. SOLD Motor Psycho (French) Motor Psycho (German) Ms. Pac-Man SOLD Ninja Golf SOLD One-on-One SOLD Planet Smashers Rampage Robotron: 2084 (x3) Super Huey Winter Games Atari 7800 Advantage poster (x6) Atari 2600 Air Raiders Asteroids AstroBlast Barnstorming Battlezone Boxing Breakout Crossbow Crystal Castles (color Atari Corp. version) Desert Falcon Freeway Home Run (Color Atari Inc. version) Home Run (B&W Atari Corp. version) Indy 500 XE (Homebrew) Journey Escape Joust (Color Atari Corp. version) Kangaroo (B&W Atari Corp. version) Kung-Fu Master (PAL version) Mario Bros. (original version) Maze Craze MegaMania Midnight Magic Moon Patrol Q*bert Resident Evil: Trapped in the Haunted House (custom box for Haunted House; box only) Star Ship Star Voyager Summer Games Super Challenge Baseball Super Challenge Football Video Checkers (B&W Atari Corp. version) Atari 2600 Owner's Manual (x3 all for Vaders; two color and one B&W) Atari VCS Catalog Green "43 Games" 1981 (x3) Atari VCS Catalog Red "45 Games" 1981 (x4) Atari VCS Catalog Red "49 Games" 1982 (x4) Activision Catalog Spring 1982 Activision Catalog Summer 1982 Coleco VCS Games Catalog 1982 Atari Force Comic Book Vol. 1 No. 1 1982 Atari Force Comic Book Vol. 1 No. 3 1982 Atari Jaguar Attack of the Mutant Penguins (Box + manual) Alien vs. Predator Fever Pitch Soccer (box only) Iron Soldier (box only) Iron Soldier 2 (CD version) Missile Command 3D (box + manual) Myst Jag CD (box only) Pitfall (box + manual) Raiden (x2) Ruiner Pinball (box + manual) Super Burnout (box only) Tempest 2000 SOLD Wolfenstein 3d Zool 2 (box only) Jaguar User's Guide (console manual) Nintendo Entertainment System Adventures in the Park Dragon Warrior Metroid Mickey Mousecapade Predator Spy Hunter Sega Genesis Arcade Classics College Football USA 96 FIFA Soccer 95 The Jungle Book Jungle Strike Ms. Pac-Man Sonic & Knuckles Sonic Spinball Urban Strike EA Sports 1996 Catalog Sonic the Hedgehog Poster Golf Magazine's 36 Great Holes (Sega 32X) Knuckles Chaotix (Sega 32X) Space Harrier (Sega 32X) Sol-Feace (Sega CD) SOLD
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