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Looking back, I noticed it had been almost 10 years since I originally shared some pics from my collection.  The room had always been in a state of flux with new stuff coming in all the time.  After recently being pushed into retirement by my company, my buying is gonna be slowed way down.  That gave me a chance to arrange and take some new pics. Here is some overview shots initially.  I’ll add some detailed photos in the future pointing out some of my favorites.  
 


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Here’s an oddball system that few have likely heard of.  The Omni Entertainment System.  It was a quiz based system released by Milton Bradley in 1980. It uses 8 track tapes for the different variety of quizzes.  12 tapes were released for it. They can all be seen here with the system.  Only missing the box for one of them.  It was an interesting attempt, but with the likes of Atari already out there, there couldn’t have been much of a chance for success.   I’m assuming it’s pretty rare, but likely not all that pricey.  
 

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1 hour ago, Captain_Combat said:

Fabulous game room and collection congrats! I like the 2600 kiosk marquee over the lights really cool. Is your holy grail cubicolor or Sears Superman or something else? 

That’s a good question.  Honestly I think I was more excited with the Superman than anything else so I’d have to say that.   I’ve had the Cubicolor since the 90s.  I stumbled upon it in a trade paper.   My other personal favorite pieces are the Sears Speedway II with the original sleeve (in the pic on the shelf behind the Superman), the white Astrocade, the Sears & Atari sticks with the hex discs, the Microsurgeon & Beauty & the Beast translucent displays, and the signed Nolan Bushnell Leaf Executive Collection 1 of 1 card. 

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Some additional detail

 

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  • Gunslinger II   Sears CIB      1978
  • Telstar Combat    CIB.  Coleco.      1977
  • Defender Handheld.              1981
  • 2 CX 10 sticks with Atari & Sears hex discs.   1977
  • Coleco Adam computer & 2 blank datasettes.  CIB.  1983
  • Intellivision Sears Super Video Arcade in box. 1980
  • Sears branded 2600 CIB.  Heavy sixer. 1977
  • 2 Magnavox Odyssey canvas bag promotional pieces from 81 & 82 CES show
  • 3 Sears Atari flyers from 77, 78, 81.  Intellivision Sears flyer from 81.  Sears Atari maintenance flyer from 1983.
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I saw your speedway 2 and that’s a holy grail unto itself with maybe just a handful in existence. You don’t find very many Sears sealed games and the hangers on 99.99% of the gatefolds were probably torn off and trashed. I have one also.

 

 Is your Atari hex disc a reproduction looks pretty bright? You’re Sears one looks right.

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To my knowledge it is real. I did buy it from someone, but examined it closely and up close it looks and feels real.  

 

I just took another look and I think the picture above just caught the light just right.  Looking at it under normal light it looks the same as the Sears one. 

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  • Atari Video Pinball.  CIB. 1977
  • Sears Pong first release.  CIB. 1975
  • Sears Motocross.  1977
  • Electronic Talking Football. CIB. 1986

 

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  • pac man board game.     1980
  • ms pac man board game    1982
  • donkey Kong board game.   1981
  • donkey Kong card game.     1981
  • pac man card game.       1982
  • pac man colorforms play set.   1980
  • donkey Kong stuffed       ??
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I love the Pac man lights! Where did you get those? We are looking for something similar for our game room set up. We're okay not going the vintage or authentic route to the lights. There's a lot of creators out there that can make something beautiful and illuminous for sure. 

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5 minutes ago, Atarigirlwonder said:

I love the Pac man lights! Where did you get those? We are looking for something similar for our game room set up. We're okay not going the vintage or authentic route to the lights. There's a lot of creators out there that can make something beautiful and illuminous for sure. 

You’re talking about the pac man & 2 ghosts?   Those were available in the last few years.  I got those at Walmart back in the same area where the 1 up arcade machines are sold.  Not sure if they’re still out there for purchase or not.  They look nice with the back light.  

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  • Burgertime chef hat promotional piece    1982

 

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  • A few other decorative pieces.  I really like the Donkey Kong mobile. 
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4 minutes ago, cvga said:

Holy cow. Your whole collection is amazing! Wow!!

Thank you. I’m trying post close ups of individual sections and point out the more interesting things as I get time.  

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  • Tele games Pinball Breakaway CIB. Sears.  1977
  • Epoch Man CIB.   Epoch.  1981
  • Wrist Bowling.  Tomy.  1983
  • Tele games Battery Eliminator. Sealed. Sears.  1976
  • Intellivision Music Synthesizer. CIB. Mattel. 1983
  • Atari 7800 Joypads.  Atari.  1990
  • Colecovision Super Action Controllers. CIB. Coleco  1983
  • Colecovision Replacement Controller. CIB. Coleco. 1983
  • Pong Hard Shell Carry Case. Maker & Date unknown
  • Atari 2600 Kid Vid Controller  CIB. Coleco. 1983
  • Virtual Boy. Sealed.  Nintendo.  1995
  • Coleco Adam Modem. CIB. Coleco. 1984
  • Atari 2600 hard shell carry case.  Sealed. Atari. 1983
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  • Atari Tele Games heavy sixer. Sears.  1977
  • MASH tee shirt promotion packaged with game. 20th C Fox. 1983
  • ADAM 2nd digital data drive. CIB. Coleco.  1984
  • Intellivision II.  Sealed. Mattel. 1983
  • Odyssey 2 The Voice. CIB. Magnavox. 1982
  • Intellivision CIB. Sylvania Release. GTE. 1980
  • Frisky Tom.  CIB.  Bandai. 1982
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  • Atari video pinball. CIB. Atari.  1978
  • Tele Games Speedway IV CIB. Sears. 1976
  • Vectrex 3-D imager. GCE. 1984
  • Tele Games Video Arcade II. CIB. Sears. 1983
  • Frisky Tom handheld CIB. Bandai. 1982
  • Packri Monster handheld. CIB. Bandai. 1981
  • Vic-20 Computer. CIB. Commodore. 1980
  • Stunt Cycle CIB. Atari. 1977
  • Vextrex. CIB. GCE. 1982
  • Expansion Module #1  CIB. Coleco. 1982
  • Dark Tower game. CIB. Milton Bradley. 1981
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  • Very early Intellivision box (SN 90) with test marketing paperwork. 1979 
  • Phillips Magnavox Odyssey 2 Chess Module.  1982
  • Magnavox Odyssey 1 Shooting Gallery CIB. 1972
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  • Odyssey 1 Handball  CIB  Magnavox  1972
  • Odyssey 1 Baseball  CIB  Magnavox. 1972
  • Odyssey 1 Fun Zoo  CIB  Magnavox  1972
  • Odyssey 1 Invasion  CIB  Magnavox  1972
  • Odyssey 1 Volleyball  CIB  Magnavox  1972
  • Odyssey 1 Wipeout  CIB  Magnavox  1972
  • Atari 2600 Joyboard  CIB  Amiga  1982
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  • Stunt Cycle  CIB  Atari    1977
  • RomScanner   NIB  Marjac  1981
  • Odyssey 2 replacement controller (plug in) CIB  Magnavox  1978
  • Odyssey 2 replacement controller (hard wire)  CIB Magnavox  1978
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