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Defend your Castle, will be released on Christmas Eve.

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Update:

 

I'm preparing a production-run of PCB's.

The PCB fits in a standard ATARI-cartridge.

Labels (top and front) are included.
The cartridge, you need to do this yourself, or use the PCB as it is.
-PAL/NTSC rom using the BW-switch (standard).
-or the patched NTSC-only version with PAL-colors.

Price will be between 10-15 euro, more news about this later.
Shipping-costs are 3 or 4 euro worldwide.

 

Ridiculous..... registered letter-mail costs 15 euro extra.....

I think nobody wants this.....

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Ok.

 

Current status:

Waiting for parts to arrive, this can take up to 4 weeks..... :-(

 

Price:

15 euro including shipping worldwide, using paypal.
I create a page with details on my homepage when I'm ready to ship.
This is as low as I can go.

 

What do you get:

-PCB for use in standard Atari cartridge or use it just as it is.

-2 labels, top and front, printed on quality sticker-paper, to be cut out by yourself.

-Standard shipping in a small bubble envelop, no tracking.

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What a great game.

 

Please put me on the list for an NTSC with PAL colors.

 

 

There's a dead(always was) Jungle Hunt cart here that needs a fresh new game. Out of curiosity- do other folks have donor shells ready to go? If so, what were they?

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Small update:

 

I have received most parts, so I can start pre-assembling the boards.

Still waiting for the EPROM's to arrive, so please hang-on.

 

As soon as I get them, I will send out emails about how to continue.

 

Thanks,

Sijmen.

 

http://www.mr-atari.com/defyocas/

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Update:

 

Things are going OK. :-)

 

-PCB and all needed parts are received.

-Burned the first batch of 20 EPROM's today.

Ratio Standard/NTSC-only about 50/50.

 

I'm ready to get busy with soldering.

 

Today I'm going to pickup the stickers.

If those are OK too, I will send out the emails.

 

Later,

Sijmen.

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First batch of 20 PCB's are ready :-)

 

"Defend your castle"
Can now be purchased as PCB with stickers.
Fits in any =Atari made= cartridge.
But also Available as free download since Xmas-2016.
http://www.mr-atari.com/defyocas
Note: No limited run, I make them as orders come in !

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OK, I did not expect this.......

 

First batch of 50 PCB are all reserved.

 

Thanks for your support!

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Hi, will you be making a second run and if so how do we get added to the second run? Thanks.

Hi, there is no limited run.

I make them as orders come in.

Next weekend pcb's 41-60 are made and emails go out.

 

Just drop me a email and check my homepage.

And I put you on the list.

 

I have enough for 80 games.

First to run dry are eproms....

But the next shipment is on its way.

:-P

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I received my copy today. I put it in an old combat shell. Thanks for giving me something new to play on my 2600

cool.

 

Its nice to make something for the 2600.

Wanted to do this since I was a kid....

 

And I do not mind making them for almost cost-price.

It makes me more then happy that people like the game.

 

Some say it could be a lost game, never released.

:-D

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Oops. I see I'm not alone in applying my label upside down. Neat game. Now I need to rustle up a friend for some competition.

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Hi, can I purchase a cart?

I do PCB + stickers only.

You need a donor cartridge or use it as it is.

Check my homepage for more info and how to order.

 

I have ordered new parts, so don't worry.

 

Grtz, Sijmen

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One more Combat cartridge is gone for eternity, its now Defend Your Castle. Received mine today with thanks. (FYI to others, I first tried an Apollo cart but woudnt fit)

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One more Combat cartridge is gone for eternity, its now Defend Your Castle. Received mine today with thanks. (FYI to others, I first tried an Apollo cart but woudnt fit)

 

Yes, that is correct, the PCB fits only in an Atari-made cartridge.

Silver, red, picture or text-label.

It is mentioned on my homepage and on the small manual I send out.

But I can understand it can easily be over-read...

 

Enjoy the game and thanks for the support !

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Update:
New PCB's, IC's and EPROM's have arrived.

-finally-

 

:grin:

I start next Monday with a new batch (shipment #4, numbers 51-60).

So when you missed out, be my guest.

Read/check my homepage and drop me an email if you are interested.

This time I have plenty to last.

 

http://www.mr-atari.com/defyocas

 

Thanks for massive interest in my funny little game.

 

 

Grtz,

Sijmen.

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