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Found 5 results

  1. Just wondering if these parts commonly go on a intv model 1. Mine works but the board is black. It's the two black parts. Just want to know in case I have to order parts in the future.
  2. Hey guys n' gals, I recently found myself a copy of Chiller for NES. I tried cleaning it and testing it on different systems but it doesn't work properly. It screams at me (which is normal) but it is a white screen. I press start and I can hear sound and see the monsters but the monsters are all solid gray and the environments are missing. I opened up the cart and judging by a picture I found online, I think this board is missing a resistor. As you can see in the picture of my board, there are 3 resistors at the top left, but in this picture I found online, there should be 4 there. I am hoping this is the issue and that it can be solved. I could probably replace the resistor but I can't tell which one I need. Does anyone else have a copy that they can take a look at the board and check? Thanks.
  3. I knocked another project off the list today by finishing up my 7800 s-video mod. I also recapped it and added RCA AV jacks. I bought longhornengineer's video board on eBay and highly, highly recommend buying from them. The s-video quality is absolutely superb. It's crisp and colorful, and still glows with that original warmth. The 7800 went from being the absolute worst video quality of any console I own, to nearly the top of the list. So far I've only been able to test it plugged straight to my TV, and it will improve when I'm able to run it through my Extron DVS-204 to a T-SLG. The mono audio is also excellent, but the composite video is nowhere near as good as s-video. Both are a huge improvement over RF obviously. I mounted the AV jacks on the back of the console, which is something I hadn't seen done before. If you go this route, make sure to get the exact s-video jack that I used. There isn't enough space inside that area for standard s-video jacks.
  4. I've decided that my board game hoarding habits need to come to an end. I started snapping up board games via multiple channels because I was making a humorous blog about all the bizarre, strange, and downright cool board games out there, but now I've started school full-time on top of working full-time, which means no-time for board games! Disappointed as this makes me, as I'm missing out on some really cool stuff out there, my storage has gotten so packed full of these things I'll just never get the time to realistically play all of them and give them the good run-through they deserve. So it's time to pass it along in the hopes of helping out my storage situation. Basically I'm narrowing down my collecting goals to the 3M, Avalon Hill, and other company bookshelf-style games. They're compact, easy to store, and all the games are fun -- I'll probably keep buying other stuff, but I'm severely narrowing down that scope as well. The games vary in condition and 95% of them are complete, with 1 or 2 being incomplete. Due to the sheer mass of games I'm listing, it's going to take some time to go through them again and ensure everything is there. However, I did this when I first purchased them and if anything IS missing from them, it's a minor part that is easily replaceable. Anything that wasn't complete or near-complete didn't get purchased. When you express interest, I will go through it and take pics via PM of the contents of said game to show you what's there. Honestly, the rule of thumb here is assume everything is complete; I'm meticulous about what I keep in my collection so aside from I think 1-2 of these games they should be 100%. I am willing to TRADE for any of these. If you are interested in trading, here's what I'm looking for: #1 the aformentioned 3M/Avalon Hill bookshelf games, #2 a 5200 system with games, #3 a C64 setup, and of course #4 digital money in the form of PayPal, LOL. I know this is not a board game site and I know these would move faster and do better via other channels such as BGG or eBay, but I figure a lot of members here are also interested in things like board games, so it can't hurt to list 'em here. For prices, I am looking for $10 ballpark plus shipping for each of these with the exception of Hotels and Fireball Island, which will have listed prices. I say "ballpark" because I know prices on these vary a lot and some of them definitely aren't in the $10 range, so I'm willing to entertain offers on just about anything. I do know what should go for $10 though, so expect me to be firm on a couple of these, but honestly most of them for the $5-$7 range or less won't hurt my feelings at all. A couple are honestly $1 material, and I will gladly let those go for that. I will ship them by packing them in bubble-wrap and wrapping them with kraft paper; this is the most inexpensive yet safe way to ship these games, and I've done it for years without any problems. The varying size of boxes makes it nigh-impossible to find boxes to put them in. Alright, I am currently taking pics of the boxes themselves for listing the titles, so bear with me for a while so I can get everything listed and we'll get started on this. First up: Fireball Island by Milton Bradley. Game is with good shape box, all pieces, only thing missing is the instructions, which you can print out on Hasbro's site. I am asking $160 plus shipping for it. Next: Hotels by Milton Bradley. Game is in fairly good shape box and is 100% complete. I am asking $65 plus shipping for it. Everything else from here on out falls under the "ballpark rule". Sealed Parcheesi by Selchow & Righter Hog Tied by Selchow & Righter Conspiracy by Milton Bradley Showdown Yahtzee by Milton Bradley Splat! by Milton Bradley Arch Rival by Parker Brothers Call It! by Ideal Games Classic Concentration by Pressman (I forget which edition, I think 8th or 7th) High Rollers by Parker Brothers Infection by Earwig Enterprises Dinosaurs Gotta Love Me 3-D Game by Milton Bradley I Dream of Jeannie Game by I can't remember what company Roller Coaster Tycoon Game by Parker Brothers Don't Bug Me by Hasbro CB Radio Game by Parker Brothers This Game is Bonkers! by Parker Brothers Domination by Milton Bradley DoubleTrack by Milton Bradley Kreskin's ESP by Milton Bradley Trust Me by Parker Brothers Grape Escape by Parker Brothers Masterpiece by Parker Brothers Gambler by Parker Brothers Bargain Hunter by Milton Bradley Electronic Mall Madness by Milton Bradley (Yes, the big-haired early 90s "looks like Blossom" version) Jurassic Park by I can't remember who right now Tetris Tower 3-D by Radica X-Men: Under Siege by Pressman/Marvel X-Men: Alert! by Pressman/Marvel Batman Returns 3-D Game by Parker Brothers Magma Monster by LEGO 1313 Dead End Drive by Parker Brothers Zathura: Adventure is Waiting by Fairview The Generals by Ideal Ramses Pyramid by LEGO Lava Dragon by LEGO G.I. Joe Commando Attack Game by Milton Bradley Marvel Super Heroes Game by Pressman/Marvel Six Million Dollar Man: Bionic Crisis by Parker Brothers Conflict by Parker Brothers (this game is the 1946 edition!) Attack! by Eagle Games Alright, that's it. This, of course, represents the more family game/bizarre-type stuff I've collected, so apologies for those of you thinking I was offloading my Euro stuff or my strategy stuff, I'll be keeping those. As I said, I know prices vary and marketplace shifts so I'm more than willing to entertain ANY OFFERS on these. Some of these games are hardly worth the shipping and price, so believe me, if you offer $1 I will probably take it for certain titles, though the bulk of them are worth the $5 range. As stated there are a couple in there that at $10 are actually really good bargains (though I won't state which games), and I do know which ones they are so if you offer $1 for 'em be prepared for a decline. My main motivation is to get this stuff out of my storage so I can start cleaning up all the other stuff I've got and have been working on. These are all cool games in themselves but they're not something I'm overly excited about when I look at, so I've kept all the stuff I really enjoy and am focusing my board game collection out of the bizarre realm and into the more "within my interests" realm. There really is some weird stuff in here, and this whole thing represents just 1 closet in my house and probably about 1 year's worth of collecting. Please PM me for additional information or pics, I'm more than happy to answer any questions. Thanks!
  5. Hi, I am hoping somewhere here I might be able to gain some insight into what's going on with my Atari Jaguar. I've owned it from new and it has been boxed and stored for over ten years until now. Upon trying to fire it up I get nothing no light no nothing. I thought even if I had no cart in the slot the machine would flash the power light at me. Regardless with a game in the cart slot it still won't power up. The small amount of research I have done has lead me to check the condition of the cart port and the CI chip on the motherboard. Both appear fine but I am no expert so please refer to the images below and let me know what you think. I have just today heard that an original gen Mega Drive PSU you will power the Jag, so I intend trying that out to rule out the PSU adaptor itself. Other than that I'm a little stumped, this is a very lightly used Jag which I almost exclusively played Aliens Versus Predator on. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
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