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  1. From the album: Miscellaneous

    dphirschler made an amazing discovery in his stash of stuff. The official, unreleased Tutankham cartridge from Parker Brothers for the TI-99/4A! While the graphics are not quite as polished-looking as the release for the ColecoVision, which uses the same VDP as the 4A, it is playable and enjoyable. I remember playing the heck out of the arcade game in the little mini-cafeteria at our BX, along with Time Pilot, Tron, Dig Dug, and others. Thanks to Toucan, Video Game House holds game-play video and game images, as well as information on this game. The sound is pretty good, and I apologize that this video lacks sound. CamStudio kept crashing at the end of the recording without saving anything, and this program I found will not record from internal sound. My video is not intended to be anything special, only to show that the files provided do indeed play. Digital Press has a great interview with Steve Zedeck which covers his time at Parker Brothers and work on Tutankham. By the way, Parker Brothers released what I find to be some of the best arcade conversions for the TI-99/4A. The only three cartridges I know of to exist are Frogger, Popeye, and Q*Bert, which are all fantastic. Tutankham would have continued that trend had it been released, and I wonder what other gems could have been produced.
  2. Hello ! I can not find any informations about this fact, do you know more ? Is there a website about coleco european games rarity and differences ? I own two versions of Colecovision Parker game : Super Cobra It's european versions, they work similar on my rgb french scart console Product number is the same No. 971505 Boxes are different : - Packed in France by Miro-Meccano - Packed in England by the Palitoy Company Cartridges looks the same, stickers are the same, but PCB looks different : - France version pcb have all the pins and is clear - English version pcb is dark green and miss some pins
  3. Sorry if something like this has already been posted but, I did a few searches on the forum and couldn't find anything about this. I have a Gyruss cart that I really want to play and the only way I can give it a good cleaning is to to take it apart. The label is already bad so, that part isn't a problem. The problem is that there is a little cover where the screw most likely is but, it wont pop out or maybe it's factory sealed in place and I don't want to risk damaging the pcb by drilling out the screw cover or trying to cut around the cart's seem. Can anyone help me out on what I should do to open it up with as little damage as possible?
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