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Telesys Carts (Atari 2600)-

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Hello All,

 

I need the square version of Telesys carts (cheaper games please... ie. Coconuts). I am working on my next release!!! If you have any to spare, please PM me....I need as many as I can get!!!! :)

 

Thanks,

 

Wonder007

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Hello All,

 

I need the square version of Telesys carts (cheaper games please... ie. Coconuts). I am working on my next release!!! If you have any to spare, please PM me....I need as many as I can get!!!! :)

 

Thanks,

 

Wonder007

 

Does it have anything to do with bouncing bunnies???

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Indeed it is. I need to get 100 Telesys carts (square ones) for this production. It will come in a Telesys style cart, box and instruction manual. More information to follow!!! :)

 

Thanks,

 

Wonder007

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I may have what you want but you have to spill the beans as to what they would be for! :]

He already has... Read post #3 ;)

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I may have what you want but you have to spill the beans as to what they would be for! :]

Look here:

 

http://www.atariage.com/forums/topic/143780-telesys-protos-what-is-happening

 

10-4.... ;)

 

So, I need the Telesys shells....the sooner I can get them, the sooner the release!!!! :)

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I saw the link to Bouncing Baby Bunnies with the title screen but is there any info on the game play?

 

Also, isn't your avatar a picture of (something along the lines) a 2600 sitting in a grocery store? I remember seeing that picture somewhere else...

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More information on BBB to follow....it is a completed game in my opinion.

 

The avatar is a picture I got from the internet. :)

 

Telesys cart update...... I have obtained seven...93 to go. :)Please help.

 

BTW, I will pay $$$ for it/them...wanted to make sure you know.... :)

 

- Wonder007

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Just a suggestion Wonder, but maybe its better if you have a numbered edition using telesys carts that are more expensive, and the rest in regular Atari carts. you may get to your 100 target faster that way...

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Wonder's avatar is, more specifically, from Koppa's Farwell Foods right here in Milwaukee at 1490 N. Farwell Ave.

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Just a suggestion Wonder, but maybe its better if you have a numbered edition using telesys carts that are more expensive, and the rest in regular Atari carts. you may get to your 100 target faster that way...

I think that might be a good way to go. Personally, I think the Telesys cartridges are too rare to be used to make new games. Besides, I only collect the "handled" Telesys carts, so I would much rather just have it in an Atari case. ;)

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We'll see how it goes. I have just acquired another Telesys cart.....

 

92 to go.

 

@ Lucifershalo.....as long as it is a square cart, not the handle ones. Yes, I will secure a spot for you if you send me your cart....however, remember that BBB is in NTSC format.....I am sure that does not make a difference....can somebody confirm????

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remember that BBB is in NTSC format.....I am sure that does not make a difference....can somebody confirm????

 

I can dig out my PAL 7800 and test it if you want.

 

Mitch

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I want to make sure that the Telesys PAL cart is physically the same as a Telesys NTSC cart. I believe everybody knows that BBB is a NTSC game....right??? :)

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Wonder's avatar is, more specifically, from Koppa's Farwell Foods right here in Milwaukee at 1490 N. Farwell Ave.

 

Isn't Google great? I went to their WWW site and saw some additional pix. This is great - an Atari 2600 in a grocery store. How do they keep the carts from getting stolen?

 

GOOG - NYSE. I was stupid enough to think that $90 was overpriced at their IPO. Now look at - $570 a share. I eventually bought some shares almost $200 ago.

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Google is doing very well right now. However, as the song goes, "What goes up, must come down...." :| The question is when will it go down..... As my saying goes, "there is the dead and the dying."

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Killing all those Telesys cartridges. :sad: I don't have any Telesys cartridges to begin with.

 

Are you going to reuse the board or just throw them away? If you are throwing them away, I would take some. :grin:

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I am up to 13.....need 87 more.

 

Thanks to all you have helped so far. Remember, I will pay you for your cart.

 

- Wonder007

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Is there a reason your staying away from Ebay? There seem to be ton of these carts that can get you there much quicker. :ponder:

 

I already got the cheaper ones from ebay. I will not purchase the more expensive ones to keep costs low. There are some sellers that think these games are worth $10 and over and I will not get those. Remember too that I need to pay for shipping which in many cases so far has been more expensive than the cart itself....go figure.

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