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Found 14 results

  1. Label variant fight: Which one is your preferred label variant and why? For Atari carts do you prefer the Text labels, Picture Labels, Silver Labels, Red Labels. Do you like the classic Activision labels or the later variants? Imagic text labels or picture labels. You get the picture.
  2. From the album: HES Cartridge Label Graphics

    Enduro H.E.S. Label graphic work for the Atari 2600 Activision cartridges

    © 1983 Activision, Created By Larry Miller

  3. I saw a thread about pboland's label printing service, and comissioned a few for him to print. He responded and asked if I would test out two new label materials that he wants to offer, and to give my feedback about their quality and comparisons to stock labels. I made some templates for a few damaged SNES carts that I wanted to replace, along with a design for a Super Everdrive label. I ended up testing his original print material, a new paper based material, and an extremely high quality polyester label that isn't even paper based. They're printed directly on to the polyester and are really spectacular, although they will cost a premium. I would highly recommend the polyester labels for projects like Everdrives, where you're going to be seeing the label a lot and want something special. I'm not sure if he wants his email posted publicly, so to place an order you can PM him. In short all three materials were spectacular. I chose to apply his new paper based label on my Super Everdrive, and the new polyester labels on my two games. I'll eventually be painting a cartridge gold and want to save the premo polyester S-ED label for that. I also had him print an Everdrive-MD cart, and will post my results after I find a mint Genesis cart for it. He also offers to die-cut the labels for a small fee. His die is exactly the same size as a stock SNES label, and the result is better than what I could pull off using an exacto knife. In short, both of his paper type labels are of nearly identical quality to a new Super Nintendo cart label. The polyester based labels look and feel like they're higher quality than what Nintendo used themselves. But don't take my word for it: Also, my artwork for the Super Everdrive and SD-Card labels are here.(Artwork/template links removed by request of Stone Age Gamer) And here are the Super Ghouls N' Ghosts and Super Mario Kart labels/templates. I left subtle differences between them and the real labels, so they can be identified as reproductions. They aren't exact replicas!
  4. I got a copy of Raider of the Lost Ark with the rare silver (Raiders Lost Ark) label up on ebay. Now when I priced it I kinda had no idea what it was worth so don't laugh but more than just promoting my link on this wonderful forum like a jacka#$ I wanted to see if anyone was interested in a trade (If thats ok to ask? ) and if so whats your offer?
  5. A few years ago, I bought a copy of space invaders for the 2600. It works great, the best of any of my games. Now, I have seen this before, but not too often: The front of the cart uses the silver label, however, the end label looks like a picture label, blue text on black background. Is this just a weird little mixup, or were there tons made like this? Anybody else have one like this? How rare is it?
  6. I've noticed the problem seems most prominent with Activision labels, all of those little dark specs that form all of the label. Why does this happen? Is there anything you can do to prevent this from happening? Why is it worse with Activision labels than others? I realize you also see this sometimes on other carts, mostly the black label Atari ones, but in most cases it seems the worst on Activision. Most Activision carts I come across nowadays are pretty rough looking because of it.
  7. First off, sorry if this has been mentioned here before- I searched around the forum and couldn't find anything about it. I was shopping around on eBay for 8-bit carts, when I noticed that someone was selling a copy of "Star Raider". I was like "hmm... no, I think your selling a copy of Star Raiders", but I checked out the picture and sure enough: "Star Raider" listing eBay Auction -- Item Number: 140647645507 Has anyone ever seen this before? If so, how common is it? I realize this isn't the most amazing Atari discovery of all time, but just thought I'd bring it up for anyone who's interested in this kinda stuff.
  8. So I'm thinking of getting a custom cart made of a 2600 Galaxian hack I made a few years ago. I'd like everyone's input on the label. I've come up with two designs. The first is a silver label influenced by 7800 Galaga. The second, I went in a different direction. It's a picture label with campy comic style art work. In case you're wondering, that art work was the box art on the Commodore 64 floppy disk version of Galaxian. If anyone is interested in the game bin file, I posted it back around 2010 but I'll attach a copy here too. There are many good hacks of Galaxian floating around but this one is my favorite. But I'm probably biased. GalaxianTK.bin
  9. A couple years ago I came across a Atari 2600 prototype game by Zimag named Pizza Chef. I rather enjoy this game even if the sound effects are annoying. I'm currently now working on reproduction box art and need suggestions on what needs to be put in the illustration box. My current idea is just a chef spinning pizza dough yet I don't think that would fit well with Zimag's theme. This is what I have so far, work still needs to be done on the logo and clearing up text.
  10. SOLD I have 41 Atari 2600 games in separate lots. All games have been tested and work. $.50 each $3.00 minimum purchase please Sold items are marked Lot #1 Air Sea Battle Asteroids Basketball Berzerk Bowling (text label) Casino (text label) Combat (pic label) Defender Demon Attack Donkey Kong Fishing Derby Football (pic label) Football (text label) Haunted House Home Run Ice Hockey Real sports Baseball International Soccer Missile Command Night Driver Pitfall! Seaquest Sky Jinks Space Invaders StarWars: The Empire Strikes Back Vanguard Video Olympics Video pinball Warlords Lot #2 Asteroids Combat x4 Defender Demon Attack Donkey Kong Ice Hockey Missile Command Night Driver Pitfall! Seaquest Space Invaders Warlords I only ship within the USA
  11. I have revived a recently acquired 130XE that needed memory swaps, keyboard mylar fixes, and extreme de-yellowing of the case and keys. Previously it was ready for the trash bin, now it's 100% functional and looks terrific! Here's the only issue... the "ATARI 130XE" badge on the front/top of the case looks really crappy on the left side (where it says ATARI in red and has the silver Fuji logo). It looks badly faded/discolored for about 1/3 of the length of the badge (just past the word ATARI ) and the rest of the badge is fine. I have been attempting various ways to replicate the badge and none of them have yielded anything even close to acceptable yet. Again, this thing went from looking like a total piece of non-working junk to working and "almost mint looking" with the exception of this darn badge issue. I saw some threads here related to badges but they were quite old, so I thought I'd put out the request anew. Does anybody have a working solution for a really good Atari 130XE badge replication process? Or even better yet, does somebody have an extra 130XE badge (perhaps could be taken off of a parts machine?) Or, even a 65XE badge could work because I could splice it since the 130XE portion of the badge i have looks fine. Appreciate any help on this matter. It's the last piece of the puzzle to get this machine "fully restored". Thanks! -Eric
  12. From the album: Mabool

    This is the first visual for the cartridge. Without the picture of the game. Coming soon...

    © Baptiste Bideaux

  13. Hello, everyone! After months in development, I am ready to start a label contest for my Atari 2600 homebrew game, Drive! In this game, you are an explorer with a fancy car who steals a booby-trapped golden idol from a temple, which causes the structure to collapse. You drive down a bridge as it collapses behind you, avoiding obstacles in your path, collecting treasures, and doing everything you can to survive. Download the ROM and try the game for yourself: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/250070-drive/ Screenshots: The setting of the game is something like if Indiana Jones meets flashy red sports cars, and ideally the art would reflect this, but generally you have full creative control! The winner will get: A free copy of the game Your artwork featured on the cartridge label and the front cover of the manual Your name written in the Credits section of the manual For now, I'll set the deadline to June 20th. If necessary, I will extend it. Have fun, and good luck!
  14. I have a copy of Ninja Gaiden for the NES and I noticed that the label seems pretty crooked. I've never seen one this crooked before. I am suspicious that it is a reprinted label. Even a sliver of the front of the label shows on the end label part. In your guys' opinion is this a reprinted label or is it not uncommon for this to happen on original labels? Either way it just irks me :\ (with flash)
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