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  1. Hey guys, I am hoping someone can help me out with determining the value of my 2600. I bought an original 1977 Heavy Sixer at an antique mall/flea market type establishment, complete in box with the manual, warranty card, both original joysticks and paddle controllers, and all the cables, except for the switch box to hook it up to a TV. I purchased one of the coaxial adaptors so I could play it. In addition to Combat, it also had Riddle of the Sphinx, Starship and Air-Sea Battle in the box when I got it. I'm considering selling it, and I have no idea what it is actually worth. I would feel like a douche if I overcharged for it (I don't trust ebay prices as a guideline for anything) but I also don't want to give it away for too cheap either. I'm looking to either get a few more NES or Master System games instead, as I don't really care about having Atari hardware. I have an Atari flashback, and I love all the games on it. Any input would be most appreciated. Like I said, I have no idea what a fair asking price would be. Hope you experts can help me out! Thanks guys!!!!
  2. Hey, I recently picked up a 2600A woodgrain 4 switch and I'm looking to complete it in box but I don't know all the documentation that came originally with it. Does anyone here have a CIB unit that can tell me exactly whats supposed to go inside it. It would be appreciated. I posted a few pictures of what I have so far. The owners manual seems to be as photocopy. Thanks
  3. Here's a new game, I made in literally half a day. Assassin. ~~~~~~~~~~ Story ~~~~~~~~~~~ 5 Princesses, all whom lived in the once-peaceful kingdom of Corneria, have been kidnapped! You, Mr. Churchill, an Assassin-for-hire, must do through 5 Castles, and save all the prisoner Princesses. Each of the 5 castles, holds 11 rooms... the last of which, the princess resides! Each stage, Mr.Churchill enters the screen by falling, just because the thought amused me. ~~~~~~~~~~ Controls ~~~~~~~~~~~ -Left Difficulty B- Joystick - Move Fire - Attack with your sword You can't move and attack at the same time! -Left Difficulty A- Joystic - Move Fire - Hold to keep in "Attack mode." -Attack mode- Fire + Up - Jump upwards to dodge enemies Fire + Left - Jump Backwards to dodge enemies Fire + Right - Attack with your sword! Fire + Down - Throw a dagger! - All difficulties, Player 2 - Joystick - Move enemy, and enter 2 player mode, where Player 2 controls the enemy. If player 2 does nothing for long enough, the AI takes back control of the enemy. Your objective is to kill any enemies in your path, get to the 11th screen of all castles, and make contact(Literally!) with the princesses. When you save all 5 princesses, the game goes back to level 1 all over again. Hitting enemies with your sword, kills them instantly and yields 100 points, but is more dangerous to use Hitting enemies with your dagger, doesn't kill them instantly and only gives 10 points per hit, but is much safer. You can only be hit by enemies 5 times. On the 6th hit, you die, and you have to reboot the game. Enemies have to run into you to damage you. Currently the right difficulty does nothing, but I don't plan for this to be the only release of this game. Also, I have no Box-art yet. Assassin.bin
  4. Open to reasonable offers on 3 complete in box Atari 2600 games. All are in fantastic condition. Happy to provide more pictures upon request. Located in Australia. Thanks!
  5. Combat was the pack-in for the Atari VCS. Did the game come as cart only or was it complete in its own box as if it were a retail release?
  6. Hi there, I have an unusual collection for you all to see. Back in 2016 I made a simple challenge for myself: collect one of every GBA Video cartridge that exists. And holy crap, some of these were hard to find. Most can be found for very cheap, usually in the $5-$10 range, but as you will see, there are some major exceptions. I actually completed this collection about a year ago, but never got around to posting any pics. For those who don’t know about GBA Video, effectively what they were are special white GBA cartridges containing 45-ish minutes of incredibly low-quality video, to be viewed on the Game Boy Advance. When I say low-quality, I mean it makes old 240p YouTube videos look good by comparison. But in 2004-2006 when they were released, most people didn’t have a device in their pocket capable of playing video like we all do now. So at the time, it made sense. Nowadays they’re pretty much obsolete - better options for viewing videos on the go exist, and have existed for quite some time. Now you might be asking, why would I want to get a complete collection of an old, obscure, and obsolete video format? Simple: because I’m completely out of my mi- er, I mean a dedicated collector! I had a few of these cartridges back when they were new, so there’s an element of nostalgia to it, but mostly I did it because I've never seen someone attempt it before. Plus, I didn’t think it would be too difficult. I mean, how many of these cartridges could they possibly have made? Hoo boy. To my knowledge, there are around 35 different GBA Video cartridges that exist. I say “around 35”, and put the asterisk in the title, because I’m still not 100% sure if this is complete. I did a lot of searching with Google, trying to find a complete list of which cartridges were released, but I couldn’t find one. Each list I found was different, and they were all missing titles - even the official GBA Video website doesn’t even have half of the damn things they released listed. So I made my own list. I put a lot of effort, and a lot of hours into cataloguing every GBA Video cartridge I could find evidence of, and these are the results. Without further ado: pics! This is all of them. I’ve sorted them by series. The ultra-rare ones I keep in plastic cases at the bottom. Apologies for the glare - I’m a bad photographer. I’ve added text to indicate what they are. These are the one-offs - shows that only got one volume. And yes, I’m aware I have two copies of the Kids Next Door cart, I intended to only include one in the pic, but I’m too lazy to re-take it Okay - seriously, who asked for 6 different Cartoon Network Collection cartridges to be released? This is ridiculous. And what's with these names? It goes Volume 1, Volume 2, then Special Edition, Platinum Edition, Premium edition, and Limited Edition. And yes, they’re all different. Good lord. There were 4 Pokemon cartridges released, 2 Fairly Odd Parents, and 3 SpongeBob. The only one of these that was difficult to find was SpongeBob Volume 3 - I had to scour eBay for awhile before I found it. I don’t understand why the first two SpongeBob carts have the same exact pic while the third is different, but whatever I guess. 6 Cartoon Network Collection carts but only 3 Nicktoons Collection carts, with the third being extremely rare (I’ll show it off later)? Weird. The four on the bottom are the only movie cartridges released that I know of - and yes, they actually contain the full movies, but the video quality is horrible and at a very low framerate. Now we’re getting into the rare stuff. Super Robot Monkey Team Hyper Force Go - a show pretty much nobody has heard of, which I assume is why this cart is so rare. It has a 9/10 rarity level on NintendoAge, but I only paid about $50 for it. It was the only copy I could find on eBay at the time. I showed off both of these in a previous pic, but I’m posting them again because they were ridiculously difficult to find. The 2-in-1 cartridge, believe it or not, actually contains both full movies. To be honest I’m stunned that they fit on a single cartridge. Disney Channel Volume 2, I got from JJGames. It was out of stock for months, and when they finally got one in stock, I snapped it up as soon as possible. NintendoAge doesn’t even have a rating for it. I have never seen a copy of it on eBay. Does that mean it’s ultra-rare? To be honest, I have no idea. I’m just glad I found one. This one took a long time to get ahold of. 7/10 rarity on NintendoAge. I bought it for about $50 on eBay, but again, it was the only copy I could find so I didn’t have much choice. There are a few copies on eBay right now, and holy crap, apparently it's worth a lot more than that now. This one was a major pain. It was the final cartridge I needed to complete my collection. It took me over a year before I finally found it on eBay, and it just happened to be in a lot of games someone was selling. I convinced the seller to sell just this cartridge to me, and they only asked $25, which I was happy to pay. At the time of writing this, there are only a few copies on eBay, and they're asking an insane amount of money for them. Oddly enough, it only has a 5/10 rarity (not sure if that's accurate). It’s worth noting that there may be one more cartridge out there: a 2-in-1 movie cart containing both Shrek and Shrek 2. They definitely released both of these movies in a single package, as you can see in this pic: However, I don’t think there was ever a single cartridge containing both movies in one. I’ve seen CIB listings for this release on eBay, and rather than a single cartridge they just had the two separate cartridges in a single box, both of which I already have. I have yet to see a single piece of photographic evidence that another 2-in-1 cartridge exists, and if anyone can prove me wrong, I’ll gladly pay top dollar for it. That concludes my GBA Video adventures up to this point. Thanks for reading! Edit: Full list of released carts and their rarity: 2-in-1: Shrek and Shark Tale (movies) (Rarity: unknown) All Grown Up! Volume 1 (Rarity: 3/10) Cartoon Network Collection Limited Edition (Rarity: 4/10) Cartoon Network Collection Platinum Edition (Rarity: 4/10) Cartoon Network Collection Premium Edition (Rarity: 4/10) Cartoon Network Collection Special Edition (Rarity: 4/10) Cartoon Network Collection Volume 1 (Rarity: 4/10) Cartoon Network Collection Volume 2 (Rarity: 4/10) Codename: Kids Next Door Volume 1 (Rarity: 3/10) Disney Channel Collection Volume 1 (Rarity: 7/10) Disney Channel Collection Volume 2 (Rarity: unknown) Dora the Explorer Volume 1 (Rarity: 4/10) Dragon Ball GT Volume 1 (Rarity: 3/10) Nicktoons Collection Volume 1 (Rarity: 3/10) Nicktoons Collection Volume 2 (Rarity: 3/10) Nicktoons Collection Volume 3 (Rarity: 7/10) Pokémon Volume 1 (Rarity: 3/10) Pokémon Volume 2 (Rarity: 3/10) Pokémon Volume 3 (Rarity: 3/10) Pokémon Volume 4 (Rarity: 3/10) Shark Tale (movie) (Rarity: unknown) Shrek (movie) (Rarity: unknown) Shrek 2 (movie) (Rarity: unknown) Sonic X: A Super Sonic Hero Volume 1 (Rarity: unknown) SpongeBob SquarePants Volume 1 (Rarity: 4/10) SpongeBob SquarePants Volume 2 (Rarity: 4/10) SpongeBob SquarePants Volume 3 (Rarity: 8/10) Strawberry Shortcake Volume 1 (Rarity: 4/10) Super Robot Monkey Team Hyper Force Go! Volume 1 (Rarity: 9/10) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Things Change Volume 1 (Rarity: 4/10) The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron Volume 1 (Rarity: 4/10) The Fairly OddParents Volume 1 (Rarity: 4/10) The Fairly OddParents Volume 2 (Rarity: 4/10) The Proud Family Volume 1 (Rarity: 5/10) Yu-Gi-Oh! Yugi VS Joey Volume 1 (Rarity: 2/10)
  7. MCP90

    Shadow Reflex

    Shadow Reflex is a frantic 4K arcade shooter that will test your reaction times, focus and stamina! The story so far... You found a strange meteorite at the border of the Solar System and decided to investigate but, entering a cave in one of its craters, you discover that the meteorite is actually an ancient alien mothership. "IT'S A TRAP!" As soon as you enter the first corridor two shiny red energy walls locks you in and Drone appears... A scan of the alien artefact reveals you that not only it has an incredible hull density but also a very thick energy shield, it will be hard to escape but there's hope: the Drone is powering the two energy walls and this means that if you destroy it the energy walls will be lowered! Controls: The joystick moves the player ship Fire button to shoot Difficulty settings: BB = normal / 100k score limit, AB = hard / 150k score limit, BA = very hard / 200k score limit, AA = extreme / 250k score limit Color setting: B/W to enable autofire Game rules: You win the game by reaching the score limit based of the difficulty setting (100k/150k/200k/250k) If you get too close to the Drone it will try to ram you and possibly destroy you in a second, move away quickly! If you are being chased by the drone you will be unable to shoot but you will also be slightly faster If your shield (bottom left bar) gets in half or less, an energy cell will appear orbiting the Drone, grab it for 1000 points extra and regenerate the current shield If you lose a shield you will lose a ship's hull (bottom right bars), you can't get them back, lose all three and it is game over! Latest release 26_10_2020 [final release, previously known as beta during bug hunting] Added a game end New SECAM-like color scheme... FANCY! PAL60 release Tuned difficulty settings Tuned energy cell orbit and speed General code optimization & gameplay polishing General bugfixing (it should be the last one) Added an autofire function using the color switch Known Issues: None so far... Let me know if you find something shadow_reflex BETA 26_10_2020_NTSC.bin shadow_reflex BETA 26_10_2020_PAL60.bin ######## OLDER RELEASES #######
  8. I moved this topic from the Rarity Guide since that sub-forum doesn't seem to get as much love I was wondering what value for a complete in box Dare Diver on the 2600? Cart, labels, and manual are in great condition. Box has some rubbed corners and wrinkling on flaps but no tears, writing, water damage, color fading, etc. Was there ever a non-Sears Tele-Games release? http://i.imgur.com/ZKVI0Yl.jpg <<<<< Larger picture
  9. Anyone have a Vectrex Light Pen? box I do, complete in box. Ever once in a while I take it out and draw some fun stuff with it. I remember that I took a picture when I drew a kind-of galaxy picture with some asteroid floating in space around stars as dots and some other random stuff. The light pen cost my a good lump of cash but in my opinion it's worth it. I personally love this attachment but a little.. more like a lottle to pricey for my taste. All I need is art master an vectrex and light pen and I can be entertained for hours (I have a long attention span) What do you like drawing with a light pen?
  10. Heres a nice piece of history up for sale! http://www.ebay.com/itm/162233701241 Thanks guys!
  11. See photos. All games boxed with manual and et cetera flyers. Prices are negotiable for some of the higher end games (it's very hard to try and determine fair values). All games (except sealed of course) were tested when received at the time. F14 Tomcat (sealed) - $300 F18 Hornet - $50 Kung Fu Master (sealed) - $450 Pete Rose Baseball - $100 Super Skateboarding - $80 Titlematch Pro Wrestling (sealed) - $450 Double Dragon (sealed) - $450 Rampage - $125 Asteroids - $15 Realsports Baseball - $10 Robotron - $20 Summer Games - $175 Touchdown Football - $15 Winter Games - $25 Tank Command - $SOLD Water Ski - $SOLD
  12. ...I couldn't resist. I thought it was a pretty good deal at the time. How did I do? ...
  13. THIS HAS SOLD. Hi all. I have for sale 19 complete in box Atari 2600 games and another game that is missing a manual. For a complete album of pictures head here: https://imgur.com/a/rMsjU8P I'm asking for $160 Paypal shipped to US. For trades, Id be interested in an Atari Jaguar. I have complete multiple sales/trades on Reddit, if you'd like to see my feedback, I'd be happy to PM it to you. I'm in the USA and I can be open to shipping internationally. I have shipped a collectible to Taiwan once and to Canada once. Let me know if you have any questions or offers. Thanks! Games are: Adventures of Tron Atlantis (Imagic) Blueprint Combat Commando Raid Cosmic Ark Dark Cavern Fire Fighter Gorf Infiltrate Lock 'N Chase MASH Moonsweeper Mountain King Phoenix Radar Lock Reactor Starmaster (missing manual) Super Cobra Wizard of Wor edit: added suggestions from wongojack
  14. Hi, I'm looking to complete my boxed model 1 genesis collection is the last one I need. I see them on eBay from time to time but I figured I would try here first. So if you don't know what the fighting system is, its the bundle that came with Streets of Rage 2. The box is orangeish in some places. Here is a picture of what it looks like http://www.rfgeneration.com/images/hardware/U-040/bf/U-040-H-00012-A.jpg If anybody has one for sale, please message me and hopefully we can work out a deal. thanks!
  15. Hi there, i have MANY 2600 wants, i collect only boxed atari 2600 games with instructions and any pack ins. I have way too many wants to mention but i'll start with one i loved playing as a kid, Piece O' Cake by US Games. Does anyone have a complete one for sale? Let me know and thanks!
  16. Asking price (negotiable) $750 includes shipping to continental US states. It weighs a LOT, shipping is approximately $100 just for that. Will ship internationally, but expect the shipping cost to go way up Might be better to use a re-shipping company in that case. A few years ago I won this in a drawing, and was really hoping to keep it But financial issues getting my main line vintage systems up to where I want them precludes that. It works great and only has 2 issues. The blue hinge caps are removed (but included,) so I could find out why the left hinge wouldn't lock. The hinge is missing the metal studs that keeps it from turning. The right hinge locks just fine. May be an easy fix, or may need a replacement. Also the keyboard sometimes will print multiple characters on a single press, and occasionally won't register at all. All the keys work, if your careful, though. Ideally, someone near Waco, TX will buy it and come pick it up. Figure 300 mile radius with current cost of gas & average mileage to save money on shipping (assuming you have the time to drive for 10-12 hours to get here and back.) But Austin, Dallas, or Fort Worth should be an easy choice sx64.3gp
  17. Short and sweet with difference from previous offerings: Final layer of A7800 NTSC palette generation applied incorporating the appropriate gamut color space and white point along with a corrected gamma curve which in turn impacted Hue/Tint begin and shift point. Here are all the NTSC palettes zipped along with some captures: ALL_FINAL_NTSC_PALETTES.zip Here is the color reference chart: File details: All palettes - the extra/overdriven ones ("EX" folder) and the plain/neutral ones ("NORM" folder) - are calculated palettes with no 'hand-picked' or 'manually manipulated' colors. Both batches contains a base (‘NTSC.pal’ or ‘NTSC_EX.pal’ respectively) along with a *very* gradual - one degree shifts - to either green or red; same as would be found on a NTSC display with a TINT/HUE control. The extra/overdriven palettes compared to the plain/neutral ones have a contrast increase of 20% and a saturation increase of 10%. Plain/neutral palettes have their contrast, brightness and saturation settings with no bias. There are a total of 62 palettes following this pattern: (MOST RED) NTSC_R15.pal...NTSC_R01.pal <---> NTSC.pal <---> NTSC_G01.pal...NTSC_G15.pal (MOST GREEN) or (MOST RED) NTSC_R15EX.pal...NTSC_R01EX.pal <---> NTSC_EX.pal <---> NTSC_G01EX.pal...NTSC_G15EX.pal (MOST GREEN) I'm still happy to take request, but this should cover most wants as best as possible without actual NTSC generation inside the emulator itself. I am working to have 'NTSC.pal’ palette incorporated into MESS as that is the most unbias with neutral settings and all other provided palettes are easily obtainable through adjustment of the provided emulator controls having the correct base in place. Dig Dug and Ms. Pac-Man (from Pac-Man Collection) are showcased below utilizing the following palettes in this order: NTSC_G07.pal <-> NTSC.pal <-> NTSC_R07.pal NTSC_G15.pal <-> NTSC_R15.pal & NTSC_G07EX.pal <-> NTSC_EX.pal <-> NTSC_R07EX.pal NTSC_G15EX.pal <-> NTSC_R15EX.pal This is really *it* and final this time. I hope you enjoy them and find this useful. & &
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