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  1. I came across a booklet called Programming Pitdall Harry" mentioned in "Enter" Magazine, issue #11 (October 1984), here: https://archive.org/details/enter-magazine-11/page/n27/mode/1up According to "Enter," the booklet was give away at computer stores or you could get it directly from Activision for 25 cents (that sounds like a bargain). The booklet is described as allowing you to reprogram your Pitfall disk on the Commodore 64. I did find the booklet for the C64, here: https://pcmuseum.ca/Brochures/ProgramPitfall.pdf The lengthier-than-I-expected BASIC program included in the booklet allows you to "change Harry's speed," change the scene, "make Harry's shirt red... and more!" Has anyone seen this document before now? Was there an Atari version of this booklet? Adam
  2. I ended up with a few extra games along the way of my Jaguar purchases. SOLD -Iron Soldier: factory sealed brand new -$40 SOLD -Tempest 2000: box, instructions and cart. Box is a little beat up but in decent shape. -$45 SOLD- Pitfall: loose cart, works great, label is in OK shape. Not peeling off just a little beat up. -$35 PayPal for payment preferred. I'll add pictures this evening.
  3. From the album: pitfall pouch photos

    I personally owned this one, not the one with the sewn patches. So at least two of them were made...
  4. From the album: pitfall pouch photos

    From http://johnfreeborn.com/wordpress/2007/07/09/video-game-honor-badges-in-my-hands/
  5. From the album: pitfall pouch photos

    From http://johnfreeborn.com/wordpress/2007/07/09/video-game-honor-badges-in-my-hands/
  6. My latest hack is another Moomin-related game. In this game you take on the role of Little My. Stinky is at it again! This time he stole Moominpappa's hat, Snork's glasses, The Hobgoblin's hat, and Moominmama's purse. Being the inexperienced thief that he is, Stinky dropped all his loot! Your job is to pick up as many of the items as you can in 20 minutes! Of course there are obstacles in your way like Stinky himself, you have to swing over pitfalls and the mamelukes, Snufkin's fire, and if you try to go underground the hattifatteners are out to get you. Who knew the woods in Moomin Valley were so dangerous? But as you know, Little My isn't afraid of anything! Little My's Scavenger Hunt.bin
  7. Hi Guys Just thought I would share a friendly link to a nice interview with the Atari / Pitfall! legend David Crane: http://www.arcadeattack.co.uk/david-crane/ Please enjoy. Adrian
  8. From the album: HES Cartridge Label Graphics

    Uploaed H.E.S. Graphic artwork Label Variation of Activision's Pitfall!

    © 1982 Activision, Designed By David Crane,

  9. From the album: pitfall pouch photos

    I personally owned this one, not the one with the sewn patches. So at least two of them were made...
  10. From the album: pitfall pouch photos

    From http://johnfreeborn.com/wordpress/2007/07/09/video-game-honor-badges-in-my-hands/
  11. From the album: Atari 2600 Gameplay on YPbPr Component

    Gameplay of Pitfall! NTSC version Played on my Atari 2600 4-Switch Woodgrain Console modded using Tim Worthington's 2600 RGB Mod showing it in YPbPr Component Video Output.

    © SavyIsJoshoArts aka Activision Man

  12. In another thread, I have posted a hack to Pitfall to change the map of the game, while keep (approximately) the same difficulty as the original Pitfall. Near the end of that thread, I posted a "training game" variant of Pitfall. I fell this training game really deserves its own thread. In reply to one user who would like to see a Pitfall variant with multiple maps, I have made it possible to select from two different maps in this Pitfall map. The main map is an easier 125-location "trainer" map for Pitfall players. Despite the smaller jungle, all 32 treasures are to be found. In addition, the time limit has been increased to 60 minutes and the player now has unlimited lives; however, one minute is lost every time Harry dies. Also: There are no underground walls (every underground passage will put Harry somewhere else on the map). To play this map, download the attached file and invoke the xor.image tool in the same directory as both the pitfallT.xor file and a ROM image of the original Pitfall game: xor.image pitfall.rom pitfallT.xor pitfallT.rom (Note: pitfall.rom, the original Pitfall game ROM, may have the name pitfall.bin. If so: "xor.image pitfall.bin pitfallT.xor pitfallT.rom") This will create a ROM image--pitfallT.rom--that can be played in Stella or any other 2600 emulator. It is probably also possible to download it to a Harmony Cartridge (or even burn an EPROM) to play it on a real 2600. The resulting pitfallT.rom has the following cryptographic sums: md5 0c885840ea4b08b7709639ef95812e65 sha-2-256 2a40b2896a044bfb18dba0cf9eb0a4db0365940e32ea4010ee6ae0a5eaed1222 Unlike the original Pitfall, "game Select" does something: It places Harry in a small training course suitable for practicing movement and jumping. There are no treasures in this practice course. All of my changes to Pitfall in the attached zip file are public domain. - Sam small-jungle.zip
  13. Here's a Paper Foldable papercraft toy I made of PITFALL! based on the Atari 2600 game (complete with a log to jump over!). You can download and make one here: http://paperfoldables.com/pitfall2600_paperfoldable.pdf Love, Bryan. www.paperfoldables.com
  14. From the album: pitfall pouch photos

    From http://johnfreeborn.com/wordpress/2007/07/09/video-game-honor-badges-in-my-hands/
  15. From the album: pitfall pouch photos

    From http://johnfreeborn.com/wordpress/2007/07/09/video-game-honor-badges-in-my-hands/
  16. From the album: RetroIndieGamer's classic games collection

    These are my Activision games. From left to right we have Freeway, Pitfall, Stampede, Barnstorming, and Boxing. I find it interesting that the Boxing cartridge has a sticker on it that says RealSports Boxing when this is the Activision Boxing.

    © Retro Indie Gamer 2013

  17. Hey guys, What is your favorite Pitfall game? I'm interested in the series, and I don't know where to start. Also, make a list too and explain why you picked that game as your favorite. Happy gaming!
  18. From the album: Atari 2600 Gameplay on YPbPr Component

    My highest score on Activision's Pitfall! PAL version, Could've gotten more if I didn't jump too late and stung by that scorpion or head skull. whatever it is. This is on my Modded Atari 2600 4-switch Woodgrain console using YPbPr component Video Output.

    © SavyIsJoshoArts aka Activision Man

  19. *UPDATE* Price Dropped! http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?ff3=4&pub=5574883395&toolid=10001&campid=5336500554&customid=&mpre=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fitm%2F321170794566%3FssPageName%3DSTRK%3AMESELX%3AIT%26_trksid%3Dp3984.m1555.l2649
  20. I bought this without looking too closely. It was advertised for Atari 5200. Thanks for the help!
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