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  1. ZeroPage Homebrew LIVE every Wednesday & Friday Streaming the very best of Atari 2600 HOMEBREW games, LIVE on Twitch! SUBSCRIBE & WATCH: Twitch Livestream | YouTube Archive NEWEST EPISODE: 20200329 Let's Play: Beamrider (Patch Attempt #3: 35350/40000) UPCOMING EPISODES on TWITCH (Click Time Listing for Your Local Time): 20200403 Let's Play: Best of AtariVox: AtariVox Spell & Speak, Man Goes Down (WIP), Juno First (Retail), Q*Bert Arcade (Hack), Omicron (Retail), Wizard of Wor Arcade (Retail) (LIVE @ 6PM PT | 9PM ET | 1AM GMT) 20200405 Let's Play: Tower of Rubble (Final Build Exclusive Update), Text Adventure 2 (WIP Exclusive Premiere), Zoo Keeper (WIP) (2020 Harmony Games) (LIVE @ 11AM PT | 2PM ET | 6PM GMT) 20200408 Let's Play: Jack and the Beanstalk, Super Maria Sisters, Super Maria Sisters 2 (WIP), Cosmic Avenger (Early POC), TBD (LIVE @ 6PM PT | 9PM ET | 1AM GMT) 20200410 Let's Play: Kaboom! Deluxe! (Hack WIP Update), Flappy Bird, Space Battle, TBD (LIVE @ 6PM PT | 9PM ET | 1AM GMT) 20200415 Let's Play: TBD (LIVE @ 6PM PT | 9PM ET | 1AM GMT) 20200417 Let's Play: TBD (LIVE @ 6PM PT | 9PM ET | 1AM GMT) 20200422 Let's Play: TBD (LIVE @ 6PM PT | 9PM ET | 1AM GMT) Completed & WIP Games in 2020: Atari 2600, Atari 8-Bit/5200, Atari 7800 Unscheduled Episodes & Games: Archived Shows (YouTube): 20200327 Let's Play: Kraken Attack, Ultra SCSIcide, Asteroids Attack (WIP Update), Rip Off (Early WIP), Boulder Dash (Levels E-H) 20200325 Let's Play: Mr. Yo-Yo (WIP Update), Abyss of Chernobyl (WIP Update), Beamrider (Patch Attempt #2: 16278/40000) 20200320 Let's Play: Tyre Trax (PATCH EARNED! @ 1st in 1/2/3/4), Beamrider (Patch Attempt #1: 10864/40000), Astronomer (Patch Attempt #1: 16/20) 20200318 Let's Play: Text Adventure, Fish Fight (WIP), Stake Toss Remake (WIP), Tyre Trax (Patch Challenge) 20200315 Let's Play: UFO LCD (Exclusive Premiere), Charge! (WIP), Star Crusade (WIP), Armageddon Complex (WIP), Circus Galacticus (WIP) 20200311 Let's Play: Spider Web (WIP), Asteroids Attack (WIP), Spear Diver, Zoo Keeper (WIP Update) 20200228 Let's Play: Matchie (WIP), Melbourne Tatty, Isolate (WIP), 21 Blue (WIP) 20200226 Let's Play: The Stacks (WIP) 20200221 Let's Play: Kheops, Spider, R.P.S., Game Catcher 2600, Seawolf 20200219 Let's Play: Peril (WIP), Evil Magician Returns, Evil Magician Returns II 20200214 Let's Play: Missile Defender (WIP), Z1B, Cisney, Corrirama, Labimento, La Cabrita, KITE! 20200212 Let's Play: Penult (WIP Demo Full Playthrough) 20200207 Let's Play: Save Gaia: The Cy-Mage (WIP Exclusive Premiere), Street Rod 2600 (WIP Update), 1 vs 1 Pro Tennis (WIP) 20200201 Event: 2019 Atari Homebrew Awards Presentation! CLICK [Reveal Hidden Contents] FOR MORE YOUTUBE ARCHIVED SHOWS
  2. Hi all! Last month I saw the following ad on eBay: I thought the appeal of this kit for homebrew development was very limited: No bankswitching/mapper (only 2K games or 4K games with further modifications on the board) It required messing around with UV lamps, programmers, etc Required some knowledge of electronics Buying the parts separately would probably be less expensive Not possible to ship as a product to customers It would be probably easier and faster to use one of the existing USB/SD carts to test on a real hardware. This did make me think though that I had never seen a development kit for the 2600 which would allow homebrewers without knowledge of electronics to self publish their games. If a mapper is required, then that knowledge need goes up real fast. As in Europe we have very limited offers of good homebrew games available (most of them are from the USA and shipping quickly becomes a problem), I thought about making this my next project. The idea is to have blank carts (populated with all required components but without any game image in them) and a simple to use cable and PC software which would allow the user to create a cart ready to be shipped to customers as well as test games in a real atari. Is this something that would interest the homebrew community? Here are some requirements I have come up with: The final product must cost under 10€ (populated cart PCB) All components must be easy to find. Preference should be given to components still in production Must be usable by people with no experience in electronics No soldering Must support mappers (the ones used by batari Basic at a minimum, as a lot of people seem to use bB) No physical alterations to select the desired mapper (or no mapper) Must fit in a standard Atari cartridge case Components should be SMD to keep production cost as low as possible All comments will be appreciated!! Cheers.
  3. Hi all, I have created the following post yesterday: Someone just told me that I should have created it in this subforum. I don't want to duplicate the post but I have also not found how to move the post here. Any suggestions? Also, if you can comment on the bankswitch schemes you currently use in your programs and any experience you can share on how to implement a bankswitch controller on a 8bit Microchip PIC will be much appreciated. Cheers!
  4. Here we've got an Atari 2600/VCS "Light Sixer" Bundle with 20 games. Everything has been cleaned and tested and works great. Please see the attached pictures for exact condition of all items. In addition to the console itself, you get 20 handpicked games (seven with manuals), an OEM Atari power supply, an OEM Atari CX-40 joystick and an RF adapter so that you can hook up the Atari to a more modern TV without the need for a switchbox (your mileage may vary on the newest TVs); basically everything you need to get gaming immediately. A couple of the Atari Corp. games fit a little snugly in the cart slot but still work just fine. A couple of the games' end labels are coming up a bit on the left corner. Here are the games: Asteroids (with manual) Battlezone Berzerk Combat Crystal Castles (Atari Corp., with manual) Defender Donkey Kong Joust (with Atari Corp. manual) Jungle Hunt (Atari Corp., with manual) Kangaroo (Atari Corp., with manual) Missile Command Pac-Man Pitfall! (with manual) Pole Position (Atari Corp.) Raiders of the Lost Ark (Atari Corp., end label misprint) River Raid (with manual) Space Invaders Tennis Vanguard Yars' Revenge Looking for $100 plus shipping OBO. Please shoot me a PM with any questions or to get a shipping quote. Thanks!
  5. Hi everyone, Huge update. Be sure to check it regulary, I add new item continuously. New Items: Check down below. Atari 2600 Reproductions, Homebrews & Hacks EURO 15.00 Depth Charge - CIB - NTSC - Video Soft - box damaged 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 Seawolf - CIB - NTSC - Made by XYPE EURO 10.00 Skeleton+ - CI - NTSC - Made by Eric Ball 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 Atari 2600 Hardware EURO 75.00 Mini2600 Board (no chips) from 8 Bit Domain Atari 2600 Memorabilia EURO 50.00 Activision River Raid German Poster (about 60cm x 42cm) very good condition EURO 45.00 Atari Bag (about 30cm x 45cm) EURO 20.00 Atari T-Shirt Berzerk (Size S, unused) EURO 20.00 Atari T-Shirt Defender (Size S, unused) EURO 50.00 Datasoft Poster Bruce Lee Atari/C64 (about 41cm x 60cm) very good condition EURO 75.00 Megamania – Activision 2600 – Standee (about 31cm x 22cm) good condition EURO 50.00 Spectravideo Japanese Catalog Activision Game Patches EURO 25.00 Megamania EURO 20.00 Skiing EURO 20.00 Spider Fighter All patches are original, no repros. Other Hardware EURO 10.00 Sega Game Gear Car Adaptor EURO 40.00 NeoGeo Memory Card NEO-IC8 (1) untested (have no system anymore) EURO 40.00 NeoGeo Memory Card NEO-IC8 (2) untested (have no system anymore) Commodore C64 Disk Recordstyle boxes EURO 7.00 3 Hit Games (Brian Bloodaxe, Revelation, Quovadis) (Mindscape) - complete EURO 10.00 Hardball! (Accolade) - complete - plain green artwork 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 Commodore C64 Disk EURO 150.00 Deep Space (Sir-Tech) complete, good condition 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 Atari 8bit Disk Games EURO 50.00 Brian Clough's Fußball-Manager (CDS Software) German release, complete, like new EURO 20.00 Combat Leader (SSI) US release, complete, box rough EURO 5.00 Family Finances (Atari) US release, complete EURO 50.00 OGRE (Origin) US release, complete EURO 25.00 Prisoner 2 (Interactive Fantasies) US release, complete EURO 15.00 Racing Destruction Set (Electronic Arts/Ariolasoft) German release, complete EURO 10.00 Racing Destruction Set (Electronic Arts/Ariolasoft) German release, complete, box damaged EURO 5.00 The Pond (HesWare), US Release, shrinkwrapped, box crushed EURO 15.00 Wargame Construction Set (SSI) US release, complete, box damaged Atari 8bit Cassettes Games EURO 15.00 Richard Petty's Rennzirkus (Cosmi/Ariolasoft) German release, complete EURO 5.00 Zaxxon 16k Version (Datasoft) US release, no manual Atari 8bit Cartridge Games EURO 10.00 Millipede (Atari) US release, complete EURO 45.00 Springer (Tigervision) US release, complete Mattel Intellivision EURO 20.00 5 x Intellivision Controller (defective) 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 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 25.00 Star Trek: A Final Unity Collector's Edition Serie 1 (MicroProse) shrinkwrapped, very good condition - PC CD 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 18 German TeleMatch videogame magazines (complete set minus the Star Wars Sonderheft/Special Edition + 11/1984) EURO 250.00 Set of 18 Telematch Magazines Language: German Condition: The items are used and in average condition (please check pictures), details down below. The magazines might have some writings inside as well as missing coupons. Nr. 1 Dezember/Januar 1983 (Cover is loose) Nr. 2/3 Februar/März 1983 (1 coupon is cut out) Nr. 4/5 April/Mai 1983 (worn) Nr. 6/7 Juni/Juli 1983 Nr. 8/9 August/September 1983 Nr. 10/11 Oktober/November 1983 Nr. 12 Dezember 1983 Nr. 1 Januar 1984 (Cover is loose, market place coupon is cut out) Nr. 2 Februar 1984 Nr. 3 März 1984 Nr. 4 April 1984 Nr. 5/6 Juni/Juli 1984 Nr. 7/8 August 1984 Nr. 9 September 1984 Nr. 10 Oktober 1984 Nr. 12 Dezember 1984 (2 pages in the middle are loose) Nr. 1 Januar 1985 Nr. 2 Februar 1985 (Several pages overglued with different articles) 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 4K4U Demo - CI - PAL - Demo made by Simon Querenhorst, Limited Edition #07/26 ***EURO 10.00 Adventure Plus - C - NTSC - Made by Steve Engelhardt, Adventure Hack ***EURO 10.00 Alfred Challenge - CI - NTSC - Made by Ebivision ***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 20.00 Atom Smasher - CIB - NTSC - Video Soft ***EURO 7.50 Bobby needs Food - C - PAL - Made by Christian Amman ***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 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 10.00 Duck Attack - CI - NTSC - Made by Will Nicholes ***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 Funky Fish - CIB - NTSC - Reproduction of an unreleased prototype from UA Limited ***EURO 20.00 Genesis 3D - CIB - NTSC - Video Soft, 3D google inclusive ***EURO 20.00 Ghost Attack! 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 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 25.00 I Project Limited Edition - CIB - PAL - Made by Simon Quernhorst #1/35 ***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 10.00 K.O. Cruiser - CI - NTSC - Made by Devin Cook ***EURO 40.00 Malagai - CIB - Made by FND Collectibles, Limited Edition #4/10, Original Game Chip with Custom Box ***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 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 S.A.C. Alert - CIB - NTSC - Video Soft ***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 25.00 Turbo - CIB - NTSC - Enhanced Reproduction ***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 120.00 Stella gets a new Brain - Original Release (serial number #012, signed manual, very good condition) ***EURO 15.00 Atari Coin Connection Newsletter Vol. 8, Issue 1 ***EURO 20.00 Coleco Flyer Looping 2600 ***EURO 20.00 Coleco Flyer Tarzan 2600 ***EURO 20.00 Coleco Flyer TimePilot 2600 ***EURO 20.00 Coleco Flyer Wild Western 2600 ***EURO 20.00 Coleco Flyer Zaxxon 2600 ***EURO 20.00 Starplex Flyers Deluxe Video Game Controller ***EURO 75.00 Set of 4 Atari Games Audio Records ***- Yars' Revenge - LP (record looks ok) ***- Yars' Revenge - Single (shrinkwrapped, shrink a bit damaged) ***- Breakout - Single (shrinkwrapped, shrink a bit damaged) ***- Missile Command - Single (shrinkwrapped, shrink a bit damaged) ***EURO 45.00 Barnstorm ***EURO 10.00 Chopper Command ***EURO 30.00 Decathlon Bronze ***Make an offer Decathlon Gold ***EURO 10.00 Dragster ***EURO 20.00 Freeway ***EURO 15.00 Kaboom! ***EURO 20.00 Pitfall! ***EURO 65.00 Pitfall! Triangle Patch ***EURO 100.00 Pitfal 2 ***EURO 60.00 River Raid ***EURO 15.00 Robot Tank Medal of Merit ***Make an offer Robot Tank Star of Honor ***EURO 65.00 Tennis ***EURO 40.00 Stampede Belt ***EURO 15.00 Arctic Fox (Electronic Arts) - complete ***EURO 50.00 Fire Power (MicroIllusions) - sealed/complete ***EURO 10.00 Hardball! (Accolade) - complete - lawn-look artwork ***EURO 20.00 Heart of Africa (Electronic Arts) - complete ***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 !!! ***EURO 65.00 Death Gate (Legend) - EV - complete/good condition - PC CD ***EURO 10.00 Berzerk (MB Spiele) German release, complete, good condition ***EURO 20.00 Centipede (MB Spiele) German release, complete, good condition ***EURO 5.00 Frogger (1) (MB Spiele) German release, complete, box has mold and is damaged, gameeboard and parts are fine though ***EURO 5.00 Frogger (2) (MB Spiele) German release, complete, box has a bit mold and is damaged, gameeboard and parts are fine though ***EURO 5.00 Pac-Man (MB Spiele) German release, complete, box has mold and is damaged, gameeboard and parts are fine though ***EURO 15.00 Popeye (Parker) European release, complete, good condition ***EURO 25.00 Q*bert (Parker) European release, complete, good condition ***EURO 10.00 Turbo (MB Spiele) German release, complete, good condition ***EURO 5.00 Turbo (MB Spiele) German release, complete, complete, box has mold and is damaged, gameeboard and parts are fine though ***EURO 80.00 Complete Lot ***EURO 45.00 Funvision (Atari 2600 Clone) ***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 50.00 Worship the Woodgrain - Original Release (4 CD, instructions, big CD case), ROMs in WAV files for modified Starpath Superchargers
  6. DoctorSpuds

    Battlezone (Atari)

    From the album: My Collection

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    Tac-Scan (Sega)

    From the album: My Collection

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    Stuntman (Panda)

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  11. 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
  12. Here's the link for the Johnson & Johnson / Atari 2600 Tooth Protectors game store display: https://www.ebay.com/itm/402117449642
  13. Note: This is a repost of a blog that I wrote last year. I thought the members of this community would appreciate it. Enjoy. The blog can be viewed in its entirety at: http://zopingo.com/dans-blog/atari-2600-vcs-repairs As a kid, I grew up on the Atari VCS system (a.k.a. Atari 2600). I was fortunate that my Dad owned a hobby shop/toy store when this came out in 1977 and was one of the first of my friends to have one (along with many of the games that play on it). In 1985 when I was departing for my time in the Air Force I was unloading a storage unit of my things and the truck driver was very interested in my Atari so I gave it to him making for one very happy family. Here I am over 30 years later and interested in retro-gaming so I picked up an old Atari VCS from a seller on Ebay a year or so ago not knowing the condition. I actually only purchased it for photographs with my Mini Atari Project. The price was right for the gamble so I did it. As it turns out, it did not work (powered on but no picture) so I had been trying to decide what to do about it. One resource I found was at www.atari2600.com where they will repair any Atari 2600 console for $24.95 plus parts. I was considering this option but have always wanted to tackle a small-ish electronics repair job so I figured I would give that a try. After scouring the internet I found one YouTube video particularly useful. It is titled Atari 2600  Repair - No Power (Dead Voltage Regulator) and the author does an excellent job of explaining with high-quality video so you can really see what he is doing. Even though you can do your own repair with this information, the video only covers replacing the voltage regulator and I am going for a full refurbishment with a kit from www.console5.com. Please note that this link goes straight to the kit for my 'Light Sixer' unit, there is another page with a kit for the 4-switch units. The 'sixer' units come with 2 boards, a main board and a switch board. I will be doing modifications to both of them. I did not get pictures of the boards before removing components, but it will be clear what I replaced. My instructions assume that anyone attempting this repair knows how to remove the boards from the case so I will not go into that here. ---- MAIN BOARD REPAIRS NOTE: In some cases I am using radial in lieu of axial type capacitors because that is what came in the kit. It does not make any difference for functionality but do be aware of polarity on these capacitors when installing. Repair #1 - Replace the original axial type capacitor with a new 4.7µF 50V radial type capacitor at location C201. Repair #2 - Replace the original pair of styrene caps with 820 pF MLCC capacitors at locations C206 & C207. These capacitors are related to audio issues which I don't know if I have but since they are in the kit and I have all the soldering tools out I got them installed. Repair #3 - Replace original diode/capacitor assemblies with new zener diodes and .1µF capacitors at locations C236 & C237. Solder the capacitor across each diode as shown in the picture. Repair #4 - Replace the DC Power Jack. They tend to get broken, dirty, or lose tension over the years. (no picture needed) ---- SWITCH BOARD REPAIRS Repair #1 - Replace the original capacitor with a new 2200µF 16V axial type capacitor as shown. Repair #2 - Replace the original 7805 voltage regulator with a new unit rated for 1 Amp service. The originals were rated at 1/2 Amp and have been know to fail (mine was a failed unit). Remember to use new thermal compound (included in kit) to properly dissipate the heat generated by this unit. The repair kit even includes a bolt and nut for units that had the VR installed to the board via rivet. Fortunately mine was just a screw. Repair #3 - Replace the .22µF "chicklet" capacitor with a non-electrolytic type. The "chicklet" type sometimes cause 'sparkles' in the video when they fail. Repair #4 - Identical to repair #1 on the Main Board. Replace the original axial type capacitor with a new 4.7µF 50V radial type capacitor. Note polarity before removing old capacitor. SUMMARY In the end, this repair went quite well. Once I got all the components installed I was able to fire it up and have a working unit. After this repair I installed a composite video modification to get better quality video and eliminate the RF modulator.
  14. Hello Hopefully someone more experienced can help me with my Atari 2600 problem: I fell in love with the Atari VCS last year when I got a Flashback 8 Gold HD. Finally I bought a real Atari VCS (Darth Vader, NTSC version) on eBay a couple of weeks ago. It was allready modded to A/V output by the previous owner. Unfortunately it shows some heavy jittering/shaking when using paddle games. First I carefully cleaned the Paddle pots but this didn't help (and it happens with other controllers as well). During cleaning I accidentally found out that jittering will stop as long as I touch the bare cable which is soldered to the circular resistor with my hands. Because there was a loose connection within the power supply I bought a new power adaptor but this did not affect this jittering problem. I am not a technician but I guess if something simple like touching an electrical contact can stop this jittering it might be fixable. I added a Youtube video which shows the problem and some pictures of the paddle and mainboard. On the paddle picture I point with a screwdriver to the sensitive/touchy contact. The red circle on the mainboard picture shows the corresponding electric solder bump on the board - touching this point with my hand will stop jittering as well. Because it is not that easy to get an NTSC Atari in Germany (without ordering from the USA) it would be great if I could repair this unit. I will be very grateful if someone could help me with some educated guesses or hints how to solve this problem Youtube link:
  15. Hey guys I’m looking for the following titles for the Atari 2600: -Out of Control -River Patrol -Mangia (ntsc) -X-man (ntsc) -Off Your Rocker -Any xante cartridge -Atari 2600 Prototypes (Lab Loaners) Im looking for cart only for each title (if you have the manual with the cart, I’d be interested in that too), so please message me if you have any of them and would be willing to trade/sell. Thank you!
  16. I checked out the AtariAge online store and noticed that Pac-Man 4K is no longer available, even when I clicked "search", no sign of it available, what happened to it, I DO have it on my SD card of almost 700 titles but play that one religiously and many are missing the boat as it is far better then the 1981 Atari original (which was also 4K) and even prefer it as opposed to the 8K Pac-Man Arcade that is also great that is still available.
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