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  1. I've noticed some alternate box covers for Frogger. There's the original Parker Bothers, silver cover and then there seems to be a second version that looks like the silver Atari branded copies. Did Atari acquire the rights to publish Frogger and make their own boxes? Are these just competent photoshop jobs? A few of the Atari branded ones I've seen have price stickers on them. Does anyone have an idea of what's up with that?
  2. I always had this kinda strange (or not) Frogger Atari 2600 cartridge with a drawing of two frogs on a pond. The game is effectively Frogger, I have been playing it on my Atari 7800, and the label style match up with other Zeller cartridges from Canada. But I got this cartridge from an unknown source, but I recognize it as one of those carts that were sold very cheap along with other bootleg carts. So my question is: Is this a Zeller's game that didn't made it, a rare variant, a common bootleg cart from Hong Kong or what?
  3. I've tested and completed my review of the latest and greatest Atari 5200 controller adapter made by Atariage member, Ikonsgr. It's essentially a bohoki-clone that enables you to use PC 15 pin controllers on the SuperSystem. In the video, I've demonstrated a good number of analog and digital PC controllers (gamepads, keypads, joysticks, steering controllers, and flight yokes) being used to effectively play 5200 games. Some of these controllers have the ability to be used as both analog and digital controllers (Makopad PC gamepad, Radio Shack gamepad, and the Vortex 3D), right-hand/left hand switching digital gamepads (Gravis PC Gamepad and the Reveal Gamepad), and there's even one which has the ability to switch between self-centering and non-self-centering ("dead-fish stick") analog joystick control. Check it out:
  4. Papa

    Vintage Frogger

    From the album: Custom Arcade

    The Games Family 60-in-1 version of Frogger!

    © Jay "Papa" Caraway 2015

  5. Was up as an eBay Auction -- Item Number: 123000810513 $10 plus shipping.
  6. Auction starts at 3pm EST, 12pm PST, starting at $10. 10% of sale benefits Children of Fallen Heroes. eBay Auction -- Item Number: 123000810513 I would upload pics here but my Flash keeps crashing when uploading multiple files to AA.
  7. retroindiegamer5000

    Frogger

    From the album: RetroIndieGamer's classic games collection

    These two cartridges are the Parker Brothers version of Frogger for the Atari 2600 and the Intellivision. There's a funny story behind this pic, and that is that I ordered the Atari version, accidentally got the Intellivision version, the guy sent me the Atari version, and I got to keep both.

    © Retro Indie Gamer 2013

  8. Papa

    Vintage arcade cabinet

    From the album: Custom Arcade

    This is my wife's converted Robocop cab. We put a new arcade monitor in it and flipped it vertical for her Games Family 60-in-1 board. She is a BEAST at Galaga!!

    © Jay "Papa" Caraway 2015

  9. This Frogs (Gremlin, 1978) arcade video game shirt may be of interest to some of you. Frogs was developed in the 70s by Gremlin before they were bought by Sega. It has no relation to Frogger, developed by Konami and released by Sega in the states. A few years later, Frog Bog for the Intellivision bore a striking resemblance to Frogs. Shirt is available in tri-blend ($24) and cotton ($20). Once it's out of print in the next couple of weeks, it's done. https://videoarcade.bigcartel.com/product/frogs-shirt
  10. These plug and play consoles have all been tested and cleaned and work. They all have battery covers and clean battery compartments (no batteries included). I would like to get $3 each plus actual shipping costs. Please add $1 per transaction for paypal fees, or disregard if you use the friends/family option. I prefer to sell several at a time, but I am willing to sell just one. There is one Atari joystick and one Namco plug/play in the center of the first image that are $1 each with purchase. Both work, but the atari one is missing the battery cover and has a crack around the joystick ring, and the namco joystick makes lots of clicking/clunky noises. Contact me for shipping costs, it will ship from zipcode 45005 USPS. RED X INDICATES IT HAS SOLD
  11. Insert Coins and let the one-two punch of arcade nostalgia hit you right in your wardrobe. ARKADO RETURNS is a follow up to my first Kickstarter campaign, ARKADO, that was sucessfully funded and delivered in 2014. Like it's former, ARKADO RETURNS is a celebration of 26 vintage arcade titles that range from the beloved to the obscure. Can you name them all? This time ARKADO RETURNS with two designs presented in both Horizontal Mode and Vertical Mode, like the arcade screen orientation of the past. Like my previous campaigns, the goal is to fund a limited edition run of this artwork on apparel and print. If successfully funded, this limited edition apparel will be made to order for the backers along side a small batch run to be sold at conventions and shows. Like ARKADO, EFEMERECO, and WINNERS DON'T DRINK DRUGS, once all these shirts have been sold, no more will be made. The tees will be silk screened with Pantone 375 C and Reflex Blue C ink onto super soft, Bella Canvas 100% Cotton Baby Blue Unisex Tees. These tees are available in size EXTRA SMALL through 4XL. $15.00 for 1 or $27.00 for 2, Free Shipping in U.S.A. Claim yours at OneRadTee.com
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