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  1. This one seems a little special as it represents a couple of world firsts (I'm assuming), so I figured I'd give this one it's own thread. It's probably the first ever, arcade-accurate, Tutankham controller...that wasn't in an arcade cabinet. It's also probably the first ever, ColecoVision twin-stick controller. So unveiling my Tutankham Edition - VVG Experience Controller: Built into a structurally enhanced and weighted, Hammond Mfg. 20" x 11.25" sloped top aluminum enclosure...and featuring: *WICO 4-way, red ball knob, leaf-switch joystick ("Left" joystick for movement--wired to ColecoVision joystick) *WICO 2-way, red ball knob, leaf-switch joystick ("Right" joystick for firing--wired to ColecoVision left / right fire buttons) *Arcade 4-piece, red leaf-switch, push-button (Flash Bomb button--wired to simultaneous left & right fire buttons) *Arcade 4-piece, white leaf-switch, push-buttons (P1 & P2 start buttons, wired through a 3 position, dual-pole rotary switch to the keypad buttons 1,2,3 & 4,5,6 respectively, for game selection/start) *NKK momentary push-button w/ clear flip-cover (wired to access the game selection/start menu after your game is over) *The controls are arcade accurate, including their spacing & arrangement, and the artwork is copied/redrawn from the original arcade cabinet art. So now finally, some 38 years after it's original release...I present the proper way, to play the best home port of Tutankham ever commercially released! Enjoy.
  2. Hello, I would like to trade (or sell) some INTV games but before I would like to restore a box. Just one corner is broken... Do you have some advices ? Did you already did it before ? Thanks !
  3. 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.
  4. Hi, Want to complete my Intellivision collection. I trade CIB Colecovision games (see pictures) for CIB Intellivision games below : - Learning Fun I - Learning Fun II - Stadium Mud Buggies - Spiker Most of these Colecovision games are in mint condition. Only Tennis is not CIB : instruction is missing.
  5. Hi, I would like to complete my Intellivision collection. I could trade some CIB Colecovision games for these CIB Intellivision games : Learning Fun I Learning Fun II Stadium Mud Buggies Spiker Most of these Intellivision games are in mint condition. Only Tournoiment Tennis is not CIB : instruction is missing. Thanks
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