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  1. I thought I would include a Commodore 64 video from the same guy who reviewed The Mystery of the Missing Princess, the Army Men games, Kileak: The DNA Imperative, Captain Claw, and various NASCAR games. Warning: Contains cluelessness and nasty language.
  2. For sale Another huge lot of Atari 2600 games! These are cool pirate games from all over the world. Selling some as lots, some individually. Games are untested and sold as-is. Condition as shown in the pics, if you want more detailed pics of certain games, let me know. Games in Eurasian PAL format will most likely roll on an NTSC tv, games from South America will display in monocrome on an NTSC tv. Prices do no include shipping. Please note, shipping has gotten expensive. It's $30 for a parcel weighing 350 gr - 2 kg - so you better buy more games to get the most out of the shipping cost 😅 Payment by PayPal or bank transfer (IBAN) The goodies Rare Birds General Retreat / Westward Ho - SOLD The elusive PAL-only game from the Playaround series. Comes with leatherette box. One side needs a wiggle now and then to play. Apples and Dolls - $100 Perhaps the coolest Polyvox title? Immies & Aggies - $100 Never released in the US, the Brazilians (CCE) had it! I.Q. Memory Teaser - SOLD One of the elusive Suntek titles, only a handful around, missing end label Bingo - $25 Just a nice title by CCE, from Brazil JoJo multi - SOLD Obscure multicart from Taiwan, ripped label Pizza Chef - $100 Never released in the US, the Brazilians (CCE) had it! BR 101 - SOLD One of the cool titles from Brazilian company Dismac Spacevision / Supervision / Century / Taiwan Loose, mostly multigames, and some cool singles, $15 each the following are SOLD: All Supervision games Keystone Kapers - Spacevision (blue) Video computer system cart with guy on motorcycle Red "Video Game Program" cart with silver label Cream colored cart with tigervision art Jawbreaker/Donkey Kong - Supervision (purple) Century River Raid Century Space Raid Orange 4-in-1 Pink 4-in-1 Canyon Shot Taiwan #1 Set of 8 loose Taiwan pirates in mini cases, $50 for the set Taiwan #2 Set of 11 loose pirates, different style cases, some from Taiwan some from Mexico, $15 each. SOLD: Room Doom, Miki Dog, Atlantik, Jow, Keiston Keper Eurasia boxed Set of boxed games from Taiwan / Australia / Europe Galactic (top flap gone, $15) Galactic SOLD Mariana SOLD Super Ferrari SOLD Ski Run SOLD Dragon Defender SOLD Krieg der Sterne ($50) Night Stalker ($40) Space Robot SOLD Motor Race ($25) Frogger $15) Assault (rare white box variation, $50) Instant Brazil Collection! Lot of 117 loose Brazilian games, instant collection, lots of unusual brands: $1000 OBO WILL SPLIT THIS UP NOW, SO EVERYONE CAN HAVE A CHANCE. $15 FOR EACH CART OR $100 FOR 10 CARTS Carts with red marking have been SOLD Hi-Score / Action Hi-Tech Seven boxed games from Australia. Carts and boxes. Boxes are fair, two are missing top flap SOLD Argentina singles Lot of 18 loose games from Argentina, mostly Edu Games: SOLD Argentina multis Lot of 27 loose multigames from Argentina, mostly by Age: SOLD Brazil CCE collection Lot of 18 loose CCE games from Brazil: SOLD Mexico Lot of 9 games from Mexico (2x HEROE), look and feel of Polyvox, dirty labels, SOLD Intellivision / Canal 3 set Nice quality games by Brazilian manufacturers Intellivision (yes) and Canal 3, SOLD Argentina Artkaris set Lot of 18 loose games by Arkaris and Edu Productions, from Argentna, dirty and ripped labels, SOLD
  3. I had purchased my Atari Flashback X from Amazon a couple of days ago and when I checked the "About section of the Atari Flashback X menu which has the two QR codes, the place where it would show the UID instead says "UID IS NOT AVAILABLE". What does this mean? Is my Atari Flashback X counterfeit/pirated or was it an error on AtGames' part. I hope that AtGames releases another firmware update to fix this problem if it is the latter.
  4. I know everyone is more interested in the 7800 game I've been working on but I just wanted to share some news about my newest graphic novel, 'Pirate Invasion of Castle Rack.' Copies are available here. There will also be a Kindle version. It's about dragon pirates invading Castle Rack and it's up to Erica, Allan and the rest to drive out the pirates. But how will they do it? Here are some pages:
  5. Hey everyone, Happy Easter I have a rare CIB 9/10 used Home Vision Repro Cart (1983) up for trade complete in large VHS style box which displays the cart and instructions very nicely. The game on the cart is "Parachute" which I think is a PAL only game. Suncom, Quelle. Taiwan Coper and in this case Home Vision. The cart is 9.5/10 looks new, Instructions 8.5/10 box 8.5/10 all excellent! The cart has some weight to is almost 3 times a standard cart and is extremely well made. I'm a collector but haven't come across many of these. A few loose over the years. In line with what I paid for it and its rarity (in my humble opinion) I'm looking for game(s) of $50+ I'm a fan on boxes SEGA titles (Tapper?) Tigervision (Espial or Marauder) 20th century (Fast Eddie, Beany bopper, Worm War I) Obviously i'm not asking for a CIB Espial so loose would be o.k on that one a decent boxed Marauder would be great and anything R5+ and Interesting. Antony (UK) *NTSC is cool though ; ) I get to play games 17% faster (normal speed)
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