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  1. Hey, AtariAge. I'm a new user who has always had a small collection of 2600 games, usually very common NTSC ones I just enjoyed playing. Recently I've gotten into more serious collecting and have a few Quelle games and this oddity. I purchased it from Spain for about 50 euros. It came cartridge-only, without a box or game list. What I find most interesting is that I cannot find an entry for it on Atarimania. I have seen a few 160 multicarts online but with different labels and no dip-switch on the front. Now, let's get to the physical description. It has one single dip-switch on the front, which can be switched 3 ways. I don't know if there's 3 ROMs in the cart, or what the significance of the switch is. I would open up the cart and find out but the label's in good condition and I'd hate to ruin it. What I find interesting is that the label dips down a bit in 5 little sections which means that the same shell was probably used for 32-in-1 carts with actual dip-switches. Also, it takes a little wiggling to get into my Atari. It might just be the console, or the circuitboard. To select the game, you select a mode with the dipswitch and turn the Atari on and off until you find a game you like. What's annoying is that since I don't have a list it's like blindly grabbing a 2600 game from a box of them. So far I've seen Spiderman, Alien's Return, and some interesting European games I haven't seen before. I've attached scans for future reference and to aid Rom Hunter in his quest for HQ scans, and also a size comparison with a standard NTSC Tennis cart. For anyone with experience with PAL carts: is it standard for the front label to be pointing towards the end-label, instead of the cartridge slot like NTSC games? The two Quelle games I own and this multicart have their labels like this. Also, how much would this be valued at? Also, if someone can aid me on how to dump the ROM I'd be very appreciative. Thanks, BizarreBootlegs https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKZ_Gwx3k3OAJ7tMNR05dQQ
  2. Hey, AtariAge! I come with more scans that I notice aren't in AtariMania. Recently purchased a lot of 3 games, a 4 Jogos cart by Dactar, Dragon Fire by JVP and Space Robot by Goliath (missing a label, it was cheaper than the others.) The 4 Jogos game by Dactar is the green label variation, with the contact info on the end label and the green font. Mine contains "Skiing, Tennis, Free-Way, Boxing." It's in NTSC format. The Dragon Fire game by JVP is I believe the standard variation, with art of two games on the front with the text "JVP Video Game" and "Video game cartridge made in Brazil." The back has a nice line of raised plastic which looks pretty "futuristic." It's also NTSC. The Space Robot game by Goliath (scans not listed) is standard and is missing the front label. PAL format. All together, they cost about $45 USD, and all work perfectly. I've attached scans of both Dragon Fire and the 4 in 1, as well as screenshots. Notice all four games on the multicart were rebranded as "Dactari." This brings up the question: was there a ROM made with just "Dactar," or was everything under the "Dactari" handle? The end label of the Dactar multicart says: MILMAR IND. COM. LTDA. C. G. C. 45.468.261/0001-79 Would this be a contact number, or a model number, or something else? Any questions, feel free to ask, Bizarre Bootlegs
  3. A fellow member of NintendoAge recently purchased a Pacman with an odd maze layout. I recognise this layout from Pacman Collection 7800. Any help or advice on value, etc would be helpful. Here is the OP thread on NintendoAge: http://nintendoage.com/forum/messageview.cfm?catid=5&threadid=154548
  4. Through a friend I have just learned of a shop, apparently based in France that not only sells repros of rare games such as Raiden, and Lemmings, but also of free homebrews. http://www.freewebstore.org/Vectrom/Atari_Lynx_Games/p1908905_8647432.aspx I am not opposed to repros in general, on the contrary I wrote a positive article on the matter for a German magazine. Repros of unreleased stuff and fan translations are fine for me... But I usually draw a line when it comes to reproducing games that are just rare. Add to that that he is selling: Chip-8 Clicks Kistenschieben Lexis Lode Runner Loopz T-tris Yastuna1 Yastuna2 And a couple of others I don't even know. I am wondering if maybe we should sent complaints to this freewebstore.org and to eBay where he sells stuff too.
  5. http://videoarcade.bigcartel.com/product/shark-jaws-shirt Get a shirt based on the notorious Atari bootleg game based on the JAWS phenom of the mid-70s. For a limited time this Shark Jaws shirt is available. Shirt will be screened to order in batches, and mailed as soon as possible. Please be patient. Shirts are printed on vintage turquoise Next Level tri-blend tees. Athletic fit so they are a bit snug. Go a size up if you like them roomie. Also available on black on gold printed on a Next Level cotton crew, just leave a note with the order. Sapphire 100% cotton Gildan shirts are also available.
  6. I've been collecting a bunch of different Famiclones recently, but this one in the shape of an XBOX might be my current favorite! lol Spoiler alert! It's crap. But really I think I collect them just because they "exist" and not really because they are anything I intend to use on a regular basis. They are just funny to me!
  7. Hi Everyone, this is my first post here, but I've visited occasionally for over 10 years. Last week, while not entirely sober, I purchased a 5200 Diagnostic cart from ebay, and it just came in the mail. I think that it may be a reproduction, and I'm not sure if I should report the seller or not. I was hoping someone could help me make a proper identification. Some reasons I think it is a reproduction are below: The label is very clean and shiny, in better condition than any of the games I own. The back screw was missing, meaning someone had taken it apart at some point. The board does not match the one shown at http://www.atariprotos.com/5200/software/diagnostic/11.htm The ROM was definitely re-soldered at one point, you can tell because the solder is much shinier than the rest of the board, and there are burn marks from de-soldering. PINs 15/16 are directly soldered together, I don't know if this is by design, or just a mistake on whoever put the chip in. I had trouble uploading pictures the first time around, so I will post this first, then upload them as a reply.
  8. Help! Patches are needed for Nintendo Gameboy and NES ROM's! Both "Rockman 8" and "Sonic 3D Blast 5" are only supported on the GEST Gameboy emulator. All other emulators are unable to play "Rickman 8" and "Sonic 3D Blast 5". I wish to play a ROM hack called "Supermario ASCII". I wish there was a patch to play this ROM on most NES emulators. Any info on how to create patches from scratch for ROM's would be appreciated. If anybody can patch those ROM's, I would be grateful.
  9. I went to LabelMaker2600.com and was having some fun with the label maker when I had a somewhat 420 induced idea. I uploaded a popular Led Zeppelin bootleg, left out the songs that were incomplete recordings, and renamed it "Led Zeppelin - CX-420" The bootleg is from 1977, the year that the 2600 first landed under Christmas trees in the USA. I thought that the cartridge design was kinda clever, hope you guys enjoy the bootleg, and get the joke. Enjoy: http://www.roguestream.net/ledzep/Clv77
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