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  1. Listed for sale here are 86 Atari 2600 cartridge and manual sets separated by company, of which there are 13 represented. Unless otherwise noted*, all carts are: - in complete company sets - mint condition - NTSC - included with original manuals and inserts (no catalogs) Hi-res scans or photos will be provided if requested. Asking prices are based on the midpoint between what I paid back in the day and current VGPC.com sales listings, where available. I encourage all interested parties to do their own research, but I think you'll find these prices to be bargains. Prices DO NOT include shipping, but Priority Mail shipping will be free to US buyers who purchase 2 or more sets. International buyers please PM do discuss shipping options. Please PM questions, comments, offers to buy... American Videogame - 1 game - $19---> SOLD Bit Corp Re-release (*All PAL) - 7 games - $75 *Set incomplete - does not include Dancing Plates, Space Tunnel. *Quelle Phantompanzer cart was in Bit Phantom Tank box when I bought it in 2001; manual is a copy. Bomb (*All PAL) - 2 games - $130---> SOLD *Price is MY COST from 2001. No auction data available. *Set incomplete - does not include Assault, Great Escape. *Z-Tack label is faded. *Included manuals are in German and French only. Data Age - 8 games - $78 First Star - 1 game - $87 > SOLD *Cart is standard, NOT Xonox style. FOX - 17 games - $200 *7 of the 17 carts have altered labels. Back in the mid-'80's, when nobody cared, I resented Fox for not putting the title of every game on the end label. After all, who doesn't store their carts end-label out?! So I sliced them and swapped the titles on the fronts with the copyright info on the ends of the following titles: *Bank Heist *Crypts of Chaos *Earth Dies Screaming *Flash Gordon *M*A*S*H *Revenge of the Beefsteak Tomatoes *SpaceMaster X-7 I suppose a buyer, if any, could swap them back, but they can never again be considered mint. Nevertheless, the asking price is $169 less than current VGPC pricing. Is that not worth some less-than-pristine labels? Froggo - 6 games - $74 Konami - 3 games - $52 M Network - 17 games - $150 Salu Exclusives (*All PAL) - 3 games (plus 1) - $70 *My Golf is a HES exclusive but is included here simply because this is the version I acquired. Sancho (*All PAL) - 6 games - $120 *Exocet label is worn. *No manuals for Dice Puzzle (it was on the box), Exocet, or Nightmare, but I can provide copies of the Panda equivalents. Sears Exclusives - 3 games - $44----- > SOLD U S Games - 14 games - $123 *The following 4 carts are beveled-style: Entombed, Picnic, Piece 'O Cake, Raft Rider.
  2. I decided to offer many of my MSX games as 'bundles'. These games were bought during my summer trip to Japan. They are for MSX machines. Down the road, I will be offering MSX machines as reasonable prices as well. I picked these games up as they tend to require to least amount of Japanese language skills necessary to enjoy them. Domo arigatou gozaimashita! Twin Bee, National Baseball & Mini Golf http://r.ebay.com/tayQkL Exciting Baseball, World Open Golf & Midway http://r.ebay.com/esRHAo Champion Soccer, Exciting Baseball & World Open Golf http://r.ebay.com/X0yZIG Pac-Man and Queens Golf http://r.ebay.com/sRT4mF
  3. ARE YOU READY FOR SOME NEW CASTLEVANIA!?! So I did a google news search of "Castlevania", and supposedly there are two new titles coming out. The first is a sequel to Lords of Shadow, and is rumored to be available on the Vita and upcoming Wii U. The second is a platformer for the 3DS, which was described as a platformer with two playable charecters and a co-op mode. I'm not sure if this refers to simultanious New SMB type co-op, or weird Portrait of Ruin co-op. I am very excited for some new Castlevania handheld titles, as these are long overdue. Metroidvania seems to fit in with Nintendo portable like a fish to water. I'm not too sure how I feel about the LoS 2 game for Vita; my gut tells me that it will end up being a lot like the 360 release, visually stunning but not much of a game. Personally, I wouldn't mind seeing a platformer on the Vita either. Anyone who has played Rayman Origins can attest to the the Vita's platforming chops. Comment and speculate away!
  4. 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
  5. Hi all, just got back from Akihabara, Tokyo and have some MSX games to sell: PacMan http://r.ebay.com/Dorcuj Dig Dug http://r.ebay.com/UvLDWi Twin Bee http://r.ebay.com/B6Mbzd also http://r.ebay.com/DGKvSq Konami Soccer ( Futbol / Football ) http://r.ebay.com/XNSEH3 Championship Soccer ( Futbol / Football ) by Pony Canyon http://r.ebay.com/o9QC4I Mini Golf http://r.ebay.com/D1kryp Exciting Baseball http://r.ebay.com/AbaYPA MSX Baseball http://r.ebay.com/cMiVhx Color Midway http://r.ebay.com/wy6RSi Domo arigatou gozaimashita !! Carlos PacMan http://r.ebay.com/Dorcuj
  6. It's good to find somewhere dedicated to Atari and classic games in general - I had no idea this wonderful site existed! Anyway, apologies for the poor pun...and the slightly odd topic, but something pulled me back towards Frogger at the weekend. It been had years - perhaps as many as twenty - since I'd last played the game, but once I started playing, it was very difficult to stop. I was - as anyone who watches the video will see - very very bad at it. But, here's the thing...the design is so good, I really didn't mind having to endlessly retry, and as soon as I have a bit more time - probably the weekend now - I'm going to get back to it. Can anyone guide me as to where to head next? Is there anything Frogger-like that I should be aware of? I'd hugely appreciate help and guidance with my return to the classics:) Here's my dreadful Frogger skills for all to see:) https://youtu.be/cuCwfgD5-FA
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