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WOW! Not mine. But I sure wish it was. Check out Custom made Atari Tempest in a Coleco case with working spinner and arcade system. FA|eBay: Custom made Coleco Tempest with working spinner and arcade system. eBay Auction -- Item Number: 291826486588 http://www.ebay.com/itm/Custom-made-Coleco-Tempest-with-working-spinner-and-arcade-system-/291826486588 "For sale, a custom made Coleco Tempest with a real working spinner! This is a rebuilt Coleco tabletop with all new parts, painted, decaled and made to look like the actual arcade game from the early 1980's. A battery compartment cover is included but is not an original Coleco one. This unit has a working MAME (Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator) arcade system inside to play lots of arcade classics. Internally it has a Raspberry Pi computer model A+ connected to a 4.3 color LCD screen. Action is controlled by a 8 way joystick and 4 programmable buttons plus a ball bearing spinner to play Tempest the real way! Coin, Start, Pause, Escape buttons, power LED and volume control are also there to enhance your arcade experience. Adding extra games is as easy as putting the zipped "rom file" (from your favorite rom web site) on a thumb drive and plugging it into the side mounted usb port. Detailed instructions are included and I give great post sales support. Decals are high quality. Game runs on 4 NiMH rechargeable c cell batteries (not included) or included dc adaptor. I recommend the rechargeable cells. Any interested parties outside of Canada or USA must message me first. This game is a must have, add it to your collection! Other games available! I do custom builds of other games too, just message me for details! Visit me on my facebook site "Old Made New" here. https://www.facebook.com/groups/oldmadenew/ Visit my Pinterest site for more themed games here. https://www.pinterest.com/neilhenry9083/" #Tempest #Atari #eBay
Ola Retrogamers, Last winter I presented the STARFORCE PI Electronic Tabeltop Mini-Arcade on this forum to gauge interest and collect feedback which I could use in preparing a Kickstarter campaign to produce this all-in-one system with a solid arcade experience (www.starforcepi.com). We unfortunately fell short at 49K of the 190K funding goal, but it was a pretty good response, with some decent coverage by techblogs. Because of this I decided to continue working on this project together with Hartmut Wendt (hwhardsoft.de). In parallel to working on a small-volume limited release run, I decided to explore the possibility of building a Neo Geo MVS into the smallest and lightest form factor possible. This was to compare actual Neo Geo games on original hardware with the more budget friendly emulated experience of the SFP. After roughly 4 months of working, tinkering, cutting, thinking and cursing I finished a fully functional mini Neo Geo MVS system: The STARFORCE NEO All-in-One System. The entire build cost around €600, using original and premium components, with a further €150 euro for the extra controller and multicart (161-in-1 MVS to AES shell conversion + box). Check out the attached pictures for an impression of the system, and visit the STARFORCE PI blog for a little more information on the system. SPECS: · Authentic SNK Neo Geo MV-1B hardware · Neo Geo MVS Cartridge Compatible · 2x Neo Geo Controller Inputs (Player 1 & 2) · Integrated SEIMITSU Joystick & 6 buttons (Player 1) · Integrated 8” 480p LCD Screen (4:3) + HDMI Output · SmallCab SuperGun to SCART-to-HDMI · SGL3000 Scanline Generator · Logitech Z120 Internal 1.2Watt Stereo Speakers · 3.5mm Headphone Stereo Jack · BeQuiet! Silent PSU SFW Power 2 400W · Vintage 1982 Minitel 1 Converted Case · Dimensions: 23 x 25 x 26 cm I'll post some pictures and a video of it working with the multicart soon, and I will prepare a build report for the blog so you can have a look at the internals, and how I made certain features. I'd appreciate any feedback, questions and insights you can offer. Enjoy! Marcel SFP Development Team
Recently, I bought a Ms. Pac-Man Coleco Tabletop game from a garage sale (and for only $10!) I put new batteries in and it worked great. But the next morning, I turned it on and chose 1 player game, however it started the 2 player game. Also, moving the joystick down during gameplay will make you move one frame to the left, the same thing happens when you press move it left (for both players). Moving it up and right will move you normally in those directions. If anyone knows what could be causing this strange problem and tell how to fix it, that would be great.
Here I show you 3 electromechanical games: First we will have a look at the tennis game Blip, also called World Tennis, or Blip-o-Matic, then we will have a look at the racing game Formel 1, also called Action Racer, made by Alps Toy. The last game you will see is Tricky Traps from Tomy also known under the name Aaaaghh!