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  1. I am deciding to sell my collection(s). I have a couple of large collections that I want to sell. ( most of the Atari library, half of the Nintendo library, several other systems and games (sega genesis, super Nintendo, odyssey2, intellivision, action max, many standalone pong systems CIB, etc, etc.) ) looking to see if anyone would be interested in buying one of more of these collections, or is anyone has any information on the best place to sell these collections. thank you for all your help.
  2. MAME 0.224 Are you ready kids? MAME 0.224 (our August release) is out now! As always, there’s plenty to talk about. First of all, the Magnavox Odyssey² and Philips Videopac+ G7400 have had a major overhaul, with many graphical errors fixed, most software working, and support for the Chess and Home Computer modules. The Gigatron 8-bit homebrew computer, created by the late Marcel van Kervinck and based entirely on 7400-series logic chips, is now working with graphics and controller support. Acorn 8-bit expansions continue to arrive, with several additions for the BBC Micro and Electron. Speaking of expansions, regular contributor F.Ulivi has delivered serial modules for the HP Integral PC and HP9825/HP9845 families. Analog arcade audio continues to advance. If you’ve played Namco’s Tank Battalion, ancestor of the NES classic Battle City, you’ll be acutely aware of the limitations of the sample-based audio. That has been addressed this month, with netlist-based audio emulation. For Midway, 280 ZZZAP sound has been further refined, and netlist-based audio has been implemented for Laguna Racer and Super Speed race, which use similar circuitry. Sega G-80 games have received some long-overdue attention, with netlist-based audio added for Astro Blaster, Eliminator, Space Fury and Zektor, as well as better Universal Sound Board emulation for Star Trek and Tac/Scan, and more accurate CPU timing. Other games receiving netlist-based audio are Destroyer and Flyball from Atari, and Fire One and Star Fire from Exidy. On the topic of audio emulation, the ultra low cost GameKing now has preliminary sound emulation, making the games feel more complete. Work on UK gambling systems has continued, with several more Barcrest, BWB and JPM games working in this release. There are also a number of new European gambling games, including several Cherry Master and Jolly Joker sets. A significant number of arcade driving games have had additional internal layouts optimised for use on wide aspect ratio displays added. Other advances in home computer emulation include Apple IIe RGB monitor mode support, Apple II CMS SCSII II card support, and proper emulation speed for the VTech Laser 500. As always, there’s far more happening than we have space for here, and you can read all about it in the whatsnew.txt file, or get the source and 64-bit Windows binary packages from the download page. Read the rest of this entry »
  3. Mage 2 - The Dark Mirror (2013) for the Magnavox Odyssey 2 and Videopac consoles Upon combining the crystals at the end of the first game, Wizzy unleashed his fathers spell and opened up a portal to the dark world. Luckily, Wizzy can travel between the two worlds through the use of mirrors.It is up to you to find a way back through the mirrors and merge the two worlds http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uji7kiOiQiI Game Features: - Playable on Videopac and Odyssey2 consoles - High resolution backgrounds on Videopac+ consoles - Multicolored backgrounds and sprites - Digitized speech using The voice add-on - Internet highscore uploading - Online rewards system Screenshots: Release Information: The game will be available in a Light and Dark Edition (75 copies each) Depending on the edition the game will start in the Dark or Light world and will experience different levels, layouts, enemy patterns and difficulty accordingly.The light-edition will be slightly easier than Mage: The Enchanted Crystals and will come in a blue cover, whereas the dark edition will have a red cover and will be slightly harder than the first Mage game. The game package contains of a Cartridge, manual and index card only. The plastic case can be offered for an additional fee. For information about how to order this game as well as other Revival Studios Games for the Magnavox Odyssey2 , Videopac and other systems, check out the Revival Studios website at: http://www.revival-studios.com Enjoy!
  4. I thought it is time to show "The Voice of Odyssey2" in action on video. I now could connect it to my European PAL G7400 thanks to the Voice+ adapter. I also got the C7060 multicart.
  5. Revival Studios is proud to present their latest game release for the Philips Videopac and Magnavox Odyssey2 consoles, called Cavity. In cavity, your goal is to navigate your way through the cave while collecting various power-ups for points. As the game gradually increases in both speed and difficulty, you can collect a yellow power-up which temporarily stops the speed from increasing. If you get the special item by picking up the blinking power-up at the right moment, you will be rewarded with a massive boost to your score as well as an instant speed-down The game uses advanced color-techniques, so that for the first time the gameplay experience will be identical on the bare-bones Odyssey2/G7000 console and the Videopac+/G7400 , while still providing rich multicolor graphics. Enjoy the trailer (watch with sound on): The game is available on cartridge in a run of 100 copies. For more information about the game , visit the game's website at: http://www.revival-studios.com/?page=136
  6. Revival Studios has just released its first game for the Videopac and Odyssey 2 game systems, called: AstroDodge. In this game you are controlling a nice multicolored spaceship, having to dodge the hordes of asteroids coming towards you. The game is playable on all Videopac, Videopac+ and Magnavox Odyssey2 systems, but also includes additional support for high resolution backgrounds on Videopac+ systems, and digitized speech through the voice module. More than that, players could also submit their highscores and achievements online through the use of a code, something has not been seen in any videopac/Odyssey2 game before. Check out the trailer here: Game features: - Playable on Videopac and Odyssey2 consoles - High resolution background on Videopac+ consoles - Digitized speech using The voice add-on - Animated multicolor sprites - Internet highscore uploading - Online rewards system - Hidden gameplay mode For more information about the game, including information on how to order the game on cartridge, go to the Astrododge page at http://www.revival-studios.com/?page=124
  7. Hey everyone! I'm continuing my "I'm Broke Sale" and I'm putting up two Magnavox Odyssey 2 homebrews: AstroDodge Color Clash Both games come with the hard plastic cases (like the European releases) with an end label, plus manual and cart. $55 each or $110 for both. PM me if you're interested. Thanks for looking! Jose
  8. Join Wizzy, the son of the Wizard of Odyssey, in his first adventure! While working on a powerful spell,Wizzy's father was being watched by others. As a precaution he captured the spell inside a crystal and divided it into 4 pieces, which he buried inside the mines, just south of your village. It is now up to you to collect these pieces and bring them together inside the enchanted chest to ensure the spell doesn’t fall into the wrong hands. This game really pushes the boundries of what is possible on the dear old Philips Videopac and the Magnavox Odyssey 2 ! Check out the trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WcD6qczYIJY Game features: - Playable on Videopac and Odyssey2 consoles - High resolution background on Videopac+ consoles - Multicolored backgrounds and sprites - Digitized speech using The voice add-on - Internet highscore uploading - Online rewards system Release information: The game is available on cartridge with a limited release of 100 copies. Check out the the Revival Studios website for more information, at: http://www.revival-s...s.com/?page=131 Also check out my other homebrew games for the Magnavox Odyssey2 and Philips Videopac systems!
  9. These are all untested, because I don't own an Odyssey2 or an Atari computer. The labels are in great shape though. The hatches on the Odyssey2 games run from decent to a bit rusty and in need of a little tlc. Odyssey2: Speedway / Spinout! / Crypto-Logic! $3 Freedom Fighters! $2 UFO! $2 Volleyball! $2 Out of this World! / Helicopter Rescue! $3 Cosmic Conflict $2 Invaders From Hyperspace! $2 Baseball! $2 Armored Encounter! / Sub Chase! $3 Las Vegas Blackjack! $3 Atari 400/800 Mountain King SOLD K-razy Antiks SOLD BASIC COMPUTING LANGUAGE (black label) SOLD BASIC COMPUTING LANGUAGE (brown label) SOLD Buyer pays actual shipping from USA. I'll add more as I go through it, I've had this stuff stored (properly) for a bit.
  10. Check it out people, I dont want to brag, but I uploaded a video of me beating Alien Invaders-Plus!. That's right. Billy Mitchell of the Odyssey2 right here. ;'] Check it out: youtu.be/4UhbvCfEhDE BTW, feel free to subscribe to the youtube channel! I plan on continuing to post gameplay and videos from my classic aka "Retro" systems. If you're reading this message board, somehow I suspect you might like some of my planned videos. Or not. It's entirely up to you.
  11. Hey there, Just learning the ropes of video capture and commentary. I've upgraded my capture equipment since recording the ones below, but regardless, thought I'd share them here. Enjoy, comment, feedback welcome, share the Odyssey2 love, am I right? Here is some gameplay and commentary on Speedway! and Spin Out! And here is a bit more footage from the seminal classic, Computer Golf!
  12. WTT or WTS Trans American Rally - N°60 for VIDEOPAC+ (MAGNAVOX ODYSSEY 2) VERY RARE I am looking for Intellivision stuffs. Be free to make an offer. Condition is very good (box, instruction and cart)
  13. Mage 3 - The Finaly Journey (2014) for the Magnavox Odyssey 2 and Videopac consoles Two years ago Wizzy started his quest to find his father in Mage: The Enchanted Crystals. Last year he got trapped between 2 worlds, but was able to find his way back. Now his adventure ends here... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zj0ICie8eY Gameplay wise, the game plays more like the Mage: The Enchanted Crystals than Mage 2: The Dark Mirror, except in a much larger world. There is also the addition of guarded treasure rooms that keep special items such as keys and checkpoint-saves. At 4 times the size of the original game, the game is the biggest Mage game to date. It is also the first game to feature fully animated double-resolution sprites for all ingame graphics. Game Features: - Playable on Videopac and Odyssey2 consoles - High resolution background on Videopac+ consoles - Large world with more than 60 screens - Fully animated double resolution ingame sprites - Multicolored sprites and backgrounds - Checkpoints to save progress - Guarded Treasure rooms - Digitized speech using the voice add-on - Internet highscore uploading - Online rewards system Screenshots: Release Information: This game is available on cartridge with a limited release of 80 copies. The game package contains of a Cartridge, manual and index card only. The plastic case can be offered for an additional fee. For information about how to order this game as well as other Revival Studios Games for the Magnavox Odyssey2 , Videopac and other systems, check out the Revival Studios website at: http://www.revival-studios.com Enjoy!
  14. Down! (2013) for the Magnavox Odyssey 2 and Videopac consoles Your village is under attack! Fleeing into the depths of the caves, there is only one way to go: Down!!! Use left and right to navigate your main character through the holes. Just be careful not to get crushed at the top of the screen or you will die. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1XRM_L2V6fQ Game Features: - Smooth vertical scrolling using multicolor graphics - Playable on Videopac and Odyssey2 consoles - Large animated main character - Enhanced Graphics on Videopac+ consoles - Digitized speech using the Voice add-on - Internet highscore uploading - Online rewards system Screenshots: Release Information: This game is available on cartridge with a limited release of 100 copies. The game package contains of a Cartridge, manual and index card only. The plastic case can be offered for an additional fee. For information about how to order this game as well as other Revival Studios Games for the Magnavox Odyssey2 , Videopac and other systems, check out the Revival Studios website at: http://www.revival-studios.com Enjoy!
  15. Colorclash (2012) for the Magnavox Odyssey 2 and Videopac consoles Color clash is a fun action game people can just pickup and play. The player has to shoot the various colored gems that are falling down from the top of the screen. The gems are marked with symbols and the player has to match up the symbol on his ship with the symbol on the gems. The speed of the game will automatically increase during gameplay. Try to get combos of 4 similar gems in a row to decrease speed and gain extra points http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKXA0_rQpuk Game Features: - Playable on Videopac and Odyssey2 consoles - High resolution background on Videopac+ consoles - Digitized speech using The voice add-on - Internet highscore uploading - Online rewards system Screenshots: Release Information: This game is available on cartridge with a limited release of 100 copies. The game package contains of a Cartridge, manual and index card only. The plastic case can be offered for an additional fee. For information about how to order this game as well as other Revival Studios Games for the Magnavox Odyssey2 , Videopac and other systems, check out the Revival Studios website at: http://www.revival-studios.com Enjoy!
  16. Mayhem (2011) for the Magnavox Odyssey 2 and Videopac consoles Wizzy, the little wizard, is in trouble! He attempted a spell to produce fire, but the sticks he wished to see burn now fly all around him. Help Wizzy to collect the coins while avoiding the bewitched wood! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2szthzOJ8DM Game Features: - Playable on Videopac and Odyssey2 consoles - High resolution background on Videopac+ consoles - Digitized speech using The voice add-on - Multicolor sprite animation - Internet highscore uploading - Online rewards system - Hidden gameplay mode Screenshots: Release Information: This game is available on cartridge with a limited release of 100 copies. The game package contains of a Cartridge, manual and index card only. The plastic case can be offered for an additional fee. For information about how to order this game as well as other Revival Studios Games for the Magnavox Odyssey2 , Videopac and other systems, check out the Revival Studios website at: http://www.revival-studios.com Enjoy!
  17. Astrododge (2011) for the Magnavox Odyssey 2 and Videopac consoles Armageddon is upon us, the skies are filled with asteroids that are approaching our planet at rapid speeds. You have been chosen to go on a special mission and make your way through the hordes of asteroids! How long can you survive the onslaught? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hWOKFMLnlek Game Features: - Playable on Videopac and Odyssey2 consoles - High resolution background on Videopac+ consoles - Digitized speech using The voice add-on - Animated multicolor sprites - Internet highscore uploading - Online rewards system - Hidden gameplay mode Screenshots: Release Information: This game is available on cartridge with a limited release of 100 copies. The game package contains of a Cartridge, manual and index card only. The plastic case can be offered for an additional fee. For information about how to order this game as well as other Revival Studios Games for the Magnavox Odyssey2 , Videopac and other systems, check out the Revival Studios website at: http://www.revival-studios.com Enjoy!
  18. Here I have a look at an early prerelease version of the new Mateos Rewritable Multigame Cartridge:
  19. Here I show you the “C7051 Game Recorder” which is a flashcart for old Magnagvox Odyssey2, Philips Videopac and Jopac gaming consoles: http://youtu.be/NUe_C_bwI-Q
  20. So I have been looking around the forums for quite awhile know and I have found little to nothing about the Odyssey 2 being discussed on here. Doesn't anyone like/play them here often? I've had mine for about 4 years now and i have manages to get around 10-12 CIB Odyssey 2 games. If anyone has memories, or want to shed some light on this subject please do! Thanks, SSG
  21. Hey everyone, My latest book, The 100 Greatest Console Video Games: 1977-1987, is now available for pre-order. It's a hardcover, full-color book from Schiffer Publishing: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0764346180/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&tag=atariage&creative=390957&creativeASIN=0764346180&linkCode=as2 There have been many top 100 books before, but rarely one like this. Here are the best of the early video games, shown in over 400 color photos and described in incredible detail in the entertaining and informative text. Each game's chapter features production history, critical commentary, quotes from industry professionals, gameplay details, comparisons to other games, author anecdotes, and more. The 100 Greatest Console Video Games: 1977-1987 celebrates the very best of the interactive entertainment industry's games from this highly crucial, fondly remembered decade. This pivotal period was marked by the introduction of the indispensable Atari 2600, Odyssey2, and Intellivision, the unleashing of the underrated Vectrex, the mind-blowing debut of the next-gen ColecoVision and Atari 5200, plus the rebirth of the industry through Nintendo's legendary juggernaut, the NES. Whether you're young or old, new to the hobby or a hardcore collector, this book will introduce you to or remind you of some of the greatest, most historically important games ever made. As always, thanks for reading!
  22. Today I was playing my currently aquired Odyssey2 when the fire button on the left controller just quit working. Now this one has the 'wired' controllers that you have to pop the console apart to unplug. I knew I had one or two spares in a batch of controllers I saved from a damp basement, so tried them out. Well, the first didn't work at all, but the rusty one works! Thank goodness! Anyways, is there a way to repair these critters? I was looking inside the one that quit on me and... well... it looks like a gutless wonder. Actually, I should pull one of the plug in type units apart and see what the differences are. These self-center where the plug in types I have don't.
  23. Air Assault (2013) for the Magnavox Odyssey 2 and Videopac consoles Air Assault sees you controlling a stealth plane. Your goal is to bomb different cities while your plane flies across the sky, descending with each passing.The game is simple to control, but much strategy is needed to survive!Missing that key building will cause your plane to crash! Game Features: - Playable on Videopac and Odyssey2 consoles - Advanced multicolor graphics on all systems - Enhanced Title screen on Videopac+ consoles - Digitized speech using the Voice add-on - Internet highscore uploading - Online rewards system Screenshots: Release Information: This game is available on cartridge with a limited release of 100 copies. The game package contains of a Cartridge, manual and index card only. The plastic case can be offered for an additional fee. For information about how to order this game as well as other Revival Studios Games for the Magnavox Odyssey2 , Videopac and other systems, check out the Revival Studios website at: http://www.revival-studios.com Enjoy!
  24. Stairrunner (2012) for the Magnavox Odyssey 2 and Videopac consoles Remember Young Wizzy? This time around he tried practising an elevation spell and as a result the elevators in his neighbourhood are out of control! Help Wizzy reach the top of each building and undo the damage being caused by his spell! Game Features: - Playable on Videopac and Odyssey2 consoles - Different Videopac+ backgrounds for each level - Digitized speech using the Voice add-on - Internet highscore uploading - Online rewards system Screenshots: Release Information: This game is available on cartridge with a limited release of 100 copies. The game package contains of a Cartridge, manual and index card only. The plastic case can be offered for an additional fee. For information about how to order this game as well as other Revival Studios Games for the Magnavox Odyssey2 , Videopac and other systems, check out the Revival Studios website at: http://www.revival-studios.com Enjoy!
  25. Cavity (2012) for the Magnavox Odyssey 2 and Videopac consoles Your goal is to navigate your way through the cave while collecting various power-ups for points. As the game gradually increases in both speed and difficulty, you can collect a yellow power-up which temporarily stops the speed from increasing. If you get the special item by picking up the blinking power-up at the right moment, you will be rewarded with a massive boost to your score as well as an instant speed-down! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aAVZnIU7gS8 Game Features: - Playable on Videopac and Odyssey2 consoles - High resolution title screen on Videopac+ consoles - Multicolor background and cave - Digitized speech using The voice add-on - Internet highscore uploading - Online rewards system Screenshots: Release Information: This game is available on cartridge with a limited release of 100 copies. The game package contains of a Cartridge, manual and index card only. The plastic case can be offered for an additional fee. For information about how to order this game as well as other Revival Studios Games for the Magnavox Odyssey2 , Videopac and other systems, check out the Revival Studios website at: http://www.revival-studios.com Enjoy!
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