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At least 150 people especially seeing as it is an original game and would have the added benefit of visibilty seeing as it would be a BSR release.

 

Would have been cool to see it on the CV Flashback (as "generic"), but they also decided not to include the "generic" Tron titles on the INTV Flashback which I think was a mistake/unfortunate. The Flashbacks are not going to make enough $ to spend on Disney licenses.

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Looking at the cart label designs, those three all look like they're for the Atari 2600 and not the ColecoVision.

I concur, but these 3, along with the Intellivsion Blix cart are what I believe were the 4 secret games that GDG was bringing. I don't think it was ever said GDG was bringing 4 secret ColecoVision games. At least that's how I've been interpreting the info based on other posts over the last little while.

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I concur, but these 3, along with the Intellivsion Blix cart are what I believe were the 4 secret games that GDG was bringing. I don't think it was ever said GDG was bringing 4 secret ColecoVision games. At least that's how I've been interpreting the info based on other posts over the last little while.

 

Ah - likely my misinterpretation then. In many ways I'm glad - I would of hated to have missed out on the opportunity to pick up new some CV games.

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Old thread, but I just found it. I bought the 2600 version of this game for my CV Expansion Module I. The idea that there is a CV version out there unreleased is amazing but is killing me!!!! Also really want to know what MOTU II would have been. I have an MOTU "Arcade Game" produced for the C64, but I believe that was in Britain.

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On 5/14/2011 at 8:19 PM, NIAD said:

Just wanted to pass along to all the AtariAge members, who didn't have the opportunity to see the game demoed at CGE '99 by the Blue Sky Rangers, some pics as well as two short videos of this infamous game. From what little there is to see, it looks like it might be a very good game with some superb graphics and gameplay... in fact the flying ship portion of the game is reminiscient of Moon Patrol with it's parallax scrolling and multiple directions in which to fire.

 

This is just another sampling of what the "Coleco Museum", that Retroillucid and I are assembling, will feature.

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I would love to have a copy of this game, and I would pay a little over $100 for it! 

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A little warning to anyone doing anything He-Man without permission, James Eatock finished a New Episode of He-Man called " The Return Of Faker " He was going to show it at Power-Con ( He-Man Convention ) And recently NBC ? Universal is rereleasing the Original He-Man series on DVD, and Banned him from ever showing that episode anywhere, his first act, and second act of that episode on YouTube was also taken down, not by him, so if some one makes a He-Man game without permission, that same could happen or worse!

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yeah it's too bad they can't release it. I wouldn't be stupid enough to make it either but I was just fooling around with some sound & graphics as a test for something else.

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9 hours ago, adamchevy said:

There’s one on eBay for less than a $100.

Obviously he wants the unreleased ColecoVision version, not the Atari one which can be had for a lot less than $100.

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Obviously he wants the unreleased ColecoVision version, not the Atari one which can be had for a lot less than $100.


Got yeah, that would be a great game to have. I remember wanting that as well back when I owned a Colecovision.

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