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This list only includes games that were released and does not include all variations of those releases.

I have changed the title as their is not a true consensus of an official list. I will continue to update this list and hope it is helpful to you for collecting Homebrews.

1 4-Tris [Original, Philly Classic, LTO, Intelligentvision]
2 Adventures of Tron

3 Astro Invader [Red, Blue]
4 BC's Quest for Tires [Limited, Standard]

5 Beat Em & Eat Em
6 Blix
7 Blow Out
8 Boulder Dash
9 Brickout
10 Choplifter
11 Christmas Carol
12 Copter Command
13 D2K Arcade
14 D2K Arcade Special Edition

15 Deep Zone
16 Deep Pockets
17 Desert Bus

18 Donkey Kong Arcade [Elektronite DK Arcade (No Box, Boxed), Intelligentvision]
19 Donkey Kong Junior
20 Flappy Bird
21 Flintstones Keyboard Fun
22 Game Factory
23 Gosub

24 Gyruss
25 Hard Hat
26 Hotel Bunny

27 Hover Bovver
28 Illusions
29 Inty BASIC Showcase Volume 1

30 Inty BASIC Showcase Volume 2

31 Jawcrusher
32 Jr. Pac-man

33 Jumpking Jr.
34 King of the Mountain
35 Land Battle
36 Laser Sharks
37 League Of Light
38 Lock 'N' Chase (8K Collapsing Lupin) [Cart Only, Boxed]
39 Lost Caves of Kroz, The [Original, Updated]

40 Mad Bomber
41 Magic Carousel
42 Match 5

43 Meteors
44 Minehunter [Elektronite, Intelligentvision]

45 Miner 2049er
46 Missile Domination
47 Moon Blast

48 Moonsweeper
49 Ms Night Stalker
50 Ms Pac Man
51 Mystic Castle

52 Ninja Odyssey
53 Number Jumble
54 Old School [standard, Upgrade]
55 Oregon Bound
56 Paddle Party
57 Piggy Bank
58 Princess Quest [CBS, Mattel]

59 Pumpkin Master

60 Quo Vadis
61 Robot Rubble
62 Rocky & Bullwinkle
63 Same Game & Robots [2005, 2012]
64 Scarfinger

65 Secret Government Waffle Project

66 Sea Venture

67 Smurf: Rescue in Gargemmel's Castle
68 Space Cadet
69 Space Cunt [intellivoice, Mattel]
70 Space Patrol [2008, 2012]
71 Space Raid [CBS, Mattel]
72 Spina the Bee [standard, Upgraded]

73 SteamRoller
74 Stonix
75 Super Chef BT
76 Super Mine-Field
77 Super Pro Baseball
78 Super Pro Hockey
79 Super Pro NFL Football
80 Super Pro Tennis
81 Sydney Hunter [CBS, Coleco]
82 Sydney Hunter and the Sacred Tribe [Limited, GOTY Edition]
83 Takeover
84 Ultimate Pong

85 Upmonsters
86 Yogi's Frustration

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I can't ignore the separate releases. :) While in some cases the differences may just be new packaging, to me every single "release" must end up on my shelf. My list includes all four 4Tris, both Same Game, etc. But then, that's me. Everyone else's mileage may vary.

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I agree with your list as it being 'seperate release titles'.

 

But Lets work on a list with all the various reissues and versions as well for the hardcore collectors. ;-)

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I agree that all variations are collectible. But the basic set of games released is shown above. In order for me to complete the Platinum 125 level, I just need to have 1 version of each game on the list of 125. So to complete my homebrew/post 125 list, I just need 1 version of each of those games above. I have that now. 40/40.

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I agree with SoulBuster. Variants doesnt matter when we are talking about a complete collection of homebrew titles. Even smaller ROM-Patches do not count for me. There are 40 different titles, period.

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I agree with the most of you, and I think that the same logic as the list of 125 should be applied here.

The list of 125 does not include the reissue second edition of Pac-Man by Intv, with different box, different manual and even different ROM.

This list should not include the second edition of SameGame & Robots

 

 

The list of 125 does not include the Demonstration cartridges,

This list should not include the DotC demo.

 

But...

What about Mouse Trap?

 

What about Hover Bovver (not complete, but playable)?

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So, is this list counting just physical cart releases, or ANY homebrews? I am mostly interested in physical cart releases (doesn't have to include a box).

 

..Al

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So, is this list counting just physical cart releases, or ANY homebrews? I am mostly interested in physical cart releases (doesn't have to include a box).

 

..Al

Only physical released carts here

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I agree that demo carts shouldn't be include since the 125 list doesn't include them.

 

This leaves Hover Bovver - The Half Cut Edition off the list since it is an early demo of the upcoming full game.

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I too am still wondering about the recent Mouse Trap release. While it is a nice addition to my collection, if we follow the 125 logic, it is a package variant, which would reduce the list to 39.

 

But then the books on the 125 era was closed years ago. It is a Post 125 release, so I see the point of including it. If excluded, then do we exclude Donkey Kong Arcade, DK Arcade and D2K Arcade as well because Donkey Kong was previously released?

 

No, I think/vote 40 is the number.

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If we keep on following the logic we are talking about, imho Donkey Kong Arcade and DK Arcade should be variants of the same game (like Pac-Man by Atarisoft and Pac-Man by Intv), D2K would be a different one, it would be like a "Super Pro" Donkey Kong Arcade.

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If we keep on following the logic we are talking about, imho Donkey Kong Arcade and DK Arcade should be variants of the same game (like Pac-Man by Atarisoft and Pac-Man by Intv), D2K would be a different one, it would be like a "Super Pro" Donkey Kong Arcade.

Didn't we go through all this already in the other thread? I believe it's the same argument, and it was decided. Though I agree that Moustrap snuck through while everybody was talking about Donkey Kong. Hmmm.. What to do...

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If we keep on following the logic we are talking about, imho Donkey Kong Arcade and DK Arcade should be variants of the same game (like Pac-Man by Atarisoft and Pac-Man by Intv), D2K would be a different one, it would be like a "Super Pro" Donkey Kong Arcade.

 

True, following the logic, D2k would stay as it like a super pro Tennis or Super Chef BT. Heavily modified.

 

So going back: Any version counts as one of 125. So in the Post 125, Any version counts as one the 40. This would include Mouse Trap as a Post 125 release. Donkey Kong Arcade/DK Arcade is counted as a release and D2K counts as a release even though it has DK Arcade on it. I refer back to the Triple Challenge Cart.

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Didn't we go through all this already in the other thread? I believe it's the same argument, and it was decided. Though I agree that Moustrap snuck through while everybody was talking about Donkey Kong. Hmmm.. What to do...

 

I think we are all set, we are just trying put our minds at ease for the decisions is all.

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I too am still wondering about the recent Mouse Trap release. While it is a nice addition to my collection, if we follow the 125 logic, it is a package variant, which would reduce the list to 39.

 

But then the books on the 125 era was closed years ago. It is a Post 125 release, so I see the point of including it. If excluded, then do we exclude Donkey Kong Arcade, DK Arcade and D2K Arcade as well because Donkey Kong was previously released?

 

No, I think/vote 40 is the number.

 

I disagree. If Mouse Trap is a repackaged re-release of a game in the 125, with the gameplay unchanged, then it's in the same category as INTV Pac-Man: a variant, not a game in its own right. Donkey Kong vs. Donkey Kong Arcade is a totally different beast.

 

Looks like 39 from here. No demo carts, no variants (I agree Donkey Kong Arcade and DK Arcade should be treated as variants of each other).

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I disagree. If Mouse Trap is a repackaged re-release of a game in the 125, with the gameplay unchanged, then it's in the same category as INTV Pac-Man: a variant, not a game in its own right. Donkey Kong vs. Donkey Kong Arcade is a totally different beast.

 

Looks like 39 from here. No demo carts, no variants (I agree Donkey Kong Arcade and DK Arcade should be treated as variants of each other).

 

There are two sides: There is the one you mention and it is valid.

Then there is: It was not released during the 125 and is considered a Post 125 Release and is unlike any other Post 125 Release. This is also valid.

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