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I think choplifter on some 7800's glitches. I have one that does and one that plays fine.

The one that plays 2600 robot tank glitches on choplifter.

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Oh the lines thru the atari logo?? Thsts the way the logo was designed to look like.

Do you remember the 80s? It all looked like that.

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I think choplifter on some 7800's glitches. I have one that does and one that plays fine.

The one that plays 2600 robot tank glitches on choplifter.

cart/I have a 7800 combo that glitches- choplifter -you can find it in the search

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Anyhow- the JOUST intro is normal except the red line on the far left- that might be a TV issue...

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A working 7800 and joust should be glitch free.. What world are you guys in??

sorry I was referencing actual arcade machines not home console conversions. :P

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Oh the lines thru the atari logo?? Thsts the way the logo was designed to look like.

Do you remember the 80s? It all looked like that.

 

Yes but even guy on digital press said it looked weird. Yes the 80's were like that. But 5200 was lines in the logo. Not striking through it beyond the logo as if it was something wrong.

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Would you Like a picture of mine on boot up... it really looks JUST like the JOUST except the red line.

I promise ...

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It's NOT upside down on my TV- the AA messageboard picture handler does that... I don't know why.

Edited by FireTiger

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I know that is normal I am just saying "WTF were they thinking?". Back in the day I would not be surprised if others thought it was messed up. Or returned it to the store. Or maybe even called atari.

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