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Tank Wars (BIT) Colecovision

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Looks like a TeleGames cart shell which would make this a reproduction... especially since Tank Wars was never officialy released by Bit Corp.

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I was waiting for someone with a little more knowledge than me to chime in, but since nobody has, I'll give you my 2c. I know virtually nothing about Colecovision and rarity/values, but I know a little bit about Bit/Funvision due to the crossover to the Atari 2600. That is a VERY rare cart you have there and it IS original. What its value is I have no idea though. You should try a Colecovision site or try the guys in th Colecovision section of this forum.

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i just sold it on the ebay, i just tryed and some one push the bin button. maybe i sold it to cheap dont know.. but hell i payed 2 euro's for it

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I was waiting for someone with a little more knowledge than me to chime in, but since nobody has, I'll give you my 2c. I know virtually nothing about Colecovision and rarity/values, but I know a little bit about Bit/Funvision due to the crossover to the Atari 2600. That is a VERY rare cart you have there and it IS original. What its value is I have no idea though. You should try a Colecovision site or try the guys in th Colecovision section of this forum.

Again, Tank Wars was never officially released by Bit Corp for sale... same goes for Strike-It. The only games Bit Corp released (that were ColecoVision compatible) were Meteoric Shower and Cosmic Crisis.

 

In the mid 80's (1985/1986), TeleGames acquired the rights to these four Bit Corp. games and released and sold them through their mail-order company. They were supplied with the familiar TeleGames grey label with black text.

 

So again, if you see a Tank Wars or Strike It cartridge with a nice Bit Corp style label, it is a reproduction cart that was made in it's entirety (label and sometimes box) by CollectorVision.or other talented person.

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