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  1. Three controllers in one! MiniVex 3-in-1 Deluxe for the Atari 2600 / VCS provides a joystick, driving controller, and paddle all in one unit, PLUS a detachable mini-paddle to add a second player to paddle based-games. Play all your favorite games, one after the other, with no need to unplug and plug in all the different controller types. The original 3-in-1 has a switch for toggling between paddle "A" and paddle "B." The Deluxe instead has a jack for the mini-paddle, so your trash-talking buddy can challenge you in Street Racer. Joystick has the feel of an analog stick but functions like a digital one. All new internal parts are used, so NO jittering during driving or paddle games. Either button can be used with any of the three controls, making it friendly for both right and left handers. Cases are made of tough steel; your dog cannot chew them to pieces. Note: these are hand-made by me, so they aren't cosmetically perfect. 30-day repair guarantee. Please see photos below and check out this link to see the MiniVex 3-in-1's and all my other items currently available: eBay Seller: classicgamesandcarsfan Thanks for stopping in. Larry
  2. New MiniVex controller for Atari 2600 / VCS combines a joystick, paddle, and driving controller all in one unit! Up until now, MiniVex controllers were made for the Vectrex (with the exception of the MiniVex Pedal I, which is compatible with both Vectrex and Atari) but this one is strictly Atari compatible. Compact size fits right in your hand, see second photo for size comparison. ONE cord and ONE plug, you can play your favorite games, one after the other, without having to unplug and plug in all the different controllers. Case is made of tough steel, has a weighty feel to it. Two toggle switches on the back. One selects joystick or paddle function, and the other toggles between paddle "A" and paddle "B." The black button on the back enables and disables the driving controller. Two buttons for your convenience, no matter if you're left or right handed. Either button can be used with any of the three controllers. Driving controller on the left, paddle on the right. Joystick in the center has the feel of an analog stick but functions like a digital one. All new parts used in the making, so there'll be no jittering during Breakout or Indy 500. This and other MiniVex controllers are hand-made by me, so they aren't cosmetically perfect. They do come with a 30-day repair guarantee. A handful of these will be auctioned on eBay during the next few weeks, as they get made. The hand-making process is slow, and how many will ultimately be made remains up in the air at this point. Please see this and my other eBay listings under seller name "classicgamesandcarsfan." Larry
  3. Some Crazy, Weird and Bizarre Racing Games with Jason Heine of TheEMUreview! Some of the games are so bad they are good…and some are…just really, really BAD! Games Mentioned: Car Battler Joe (GBA) Road Blaster (iOS) Enviro-Bear (iOS) Jet Moto series (PS1) Rumble Racing (PS2) Starsky & Hutch (PS2) Mentions: Desert Bus (PC) & Namco Negcon and Jogcon controllers
  4. I am wanting it/them for a 5200 mod. Two would be nice but one is fine. Tempest isn't the same without one. Thanks!
  5. Here’s my new game, and why I needed help plotting out circles. It’s called Robin’s Roundabouts. This is a PADDLE game. Your task is to drive through a never ending succession of roundabouts without crashing into other cars or the curb. When you do, you're going to have repair costs. Press the fire button to step on the gas. All of my games so far have been about current events in Wisconsin, and this one is no different. Right now in Wisconsin, the big debate is whether we need more funding for roads. Some people believe we’re wasting too much money on roundabouts. Others, like the Assembly Speaker (Robin), say roundabouts are not the problem. However, it sometimes does seem like the state overdoes it with roundabouts. It’s not uncommon to find five in a row. The code is a little sloppy, but I included a lot of comments to guide you through it. Some things I learned writing it were: - Usually paddles are used to set sprite positions directly. This program uses the paddle to determine a variable, which is used to calculate the sprite’s position. - Plotting a circle with an adjustable radius - How to use icons for lives using the life counter One thing I still don’t understand is what happens to a temp variable when you define it differently within just a couple lines. Please play and enjoy. Remember this is a PADDLE game (on Stella: start the game, press tab, click controller, change player0 to paddle, exit, when the game starts back up press ctrl+r). Feel free to clean up the code or improve it. I’d really appreciate it if you would. Special thanks to Bogax for teaching me to plot a circle! RobinsRoundabouts.bas RobinsRoundabouts.bas.bin
  6. I'm looking for some very common 2600 & 7800 items and eBay prices are getting me down. Please PM me if you have anything below for sale. I'm in the US and am looking for carts only. 2600 Air Raiders Amidar Arkanoid Demons to Diamonds Enduro Fantastic Voyage Fathom Fishing Derby Frogger II Frostbite Ghostbusters Gorf Gravitar Hero Jungle Hunt Keystone Capers Krull Laser Gates Masters of the Universe Megamania Midnight Magic Millipede Moonsweeper Off the wall Outlaw Pitfall & II Pressure Cooker Q Bert River Raid Robot Tank Seaquest Solar Fox Solar Storm Solaris Sorcerer’s Apprentice Spiderman Stargate Star Wars Arcade Star Wars: Death Star Battle Star Wars: Jedi Arena Subterranea Superman Threshold Tunnel Runner Wizard of Wor 7800 Choplifter Commando Crossbow Donkey Kong Donkey Kong Jr. Rampage Tower Toppler
  7. I recently wrote this article, and I think it may be of interest to the folks here; It's about the origin of first-person driving games, and how Atari sort of stole Night Driver from a German firm: http://jalopnik.com/5906386/meet-the-doctor+engineer-who-basically-invented-the-modern-racing-game Enjoy, if you can!
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