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Elektronite is proud to present SteamRoller for your enjoyment.

 

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The ACME Steamroller Company is in a fierce competition with the NADIR Steamroller Company to win the city competition to fix potholes!

 

Compete on a convoluted, diabolical test track, featuring bouncing robotic beach balls, bouncing bombs, potholes and manholes!

 

Each copy will be CIB made with all new materials and serial numbers.

 

Sales will begin on Saturday, December 15th at 10am Pacific on the Naber Hood Games website.

 

Until then, the buy button will be disabled, but you can view the products. Shipping will proceed immediately after sales start.

 

There are eight product purchase pages and are on the home page as follows:

 

1. Serial #1 is $200, Free Elektronite Catalog, Free shipping and No fees

2. #2-3 are $150 ea., Free Elektronite Catalog, Free shipping and No fees

3. #4-5 are $125 ea., Free Elektronite Catalog, Free shipping and No fees

4. #6-10 are $100 ea., Free Elektronite Catalog, plus shipping and fees

5. #11 and up $70 ea., plus shipping and fees

6. SteamRoller (Serials 11+ only)/Old School bundle is $125 ea., plus shipping and fees

7. SteamRoller (Serials 11+ only)/Boulder Dash bundle is $130 ea., plus shipping and fees

8. SteamRoller (Serials 11+ only)/Boulder Dash/Old School bundle is $180 ea., plus shipping and fees

 

If any of the eight purchase pages are missing, then that product grouping is sold out.

 

If you have a specific serial number that you want, make your purchase in the correct product grouping then send an email using the Contact Us mechanism of the website and be sure to put your order number in the subject line of the email. If your order number is not included, your request may be missed. Serial numbers are first come first serve so include alternates if you have any. If your requested serial number and alternates are taken, you will get the next lowest one in that product grouping. This is the only method I will use for serial number requests. I will not be checking Atari Age or Facebook for these requests.

 

If you are not concerned with serials numbers, just place your order and you are done. No need to send an email.

 

Purchase Tip: If you are buying SteamRoller plus other items, arrive early and add those other items to your cart and make your SteamRoller purchase last after sales start.

 

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intvsteve, did you get "your" #12?

 

Time will tell!

 

<Shakes Magic 8*Ball>

 

 

Signs point to "yes".

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I got my number. One of these days I'll have to pull out all my serial numbered games and see how many of each I actually have. Didn't we start a database long ago?

 

I snagged #42!

 

If there is or will be a database for this, I am happy to add mine to the list.

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I snagged #42!

 

If there is or will be a database for this, I am happy to add mine to the list.

I thought it might have been on IntellivisionRevolution, but I couldn't find it. Maybe it was deleted or was originally a forum post...or maybe I dreamed the whole thing.

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I thought it might have been on IntellivisionRevolution, but I couldn't find it. Maybe it was deleted or was originally a forum post...or maybe I dreamed the whole thing.

IIRC, it was only an idea that didn't get any further.

By the way some of us shared their own numbers here: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/183458-which-homebrews-do-you-have/

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I thought it might have been on IntellivisionRevolution, but I couldn't find it. Maybe it was deleted or was originally a forum post...or maybe I dreamed the whole thing.

Do you mean an actual game serial number database? I think I may of started one or mentioned one before. But it never happenned. Too involved.

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Do you mean an actual game serial number database? I think I may of started one or mentioned one before. But it never happenned. Too involved.

Yes. I think I was remembering the thread that Intellivotion linked.

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I just looked through my serials and found:

5x games with SN 0008

6x games with SN 0088

1x game with SN 0080

Can you tell what my favorite number is? :D

Zero of course! :grin:

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I just looked through my serials and found:

5x games with SN 0008

6x games with SN 0088

1x game with SN 0080

Can you tell what my favorite number is? :D

6. What do I win?

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