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  1. Prices include shipping. May potentially consider trades, though my wants are minimal at this point - feel free to check my post in the wanted section! Reluctant to split up the lots, but who knows - wow me. Photos available upon request, thanks! TRS-80 - $110 -CoCo 2 (model #26-3134A) with one joystick, Mega Bug, Space Assault 2600 - $40 -Poker Plus (picture label) 5200 Lot - $35 -Kaboom -River Raid -Super Breakout Sega Master System Lot - $45 -Double Dragon -Penguin Land Both CIB Sega Genesis Lot - $90 -Dynamite Headdy (cb) -Landstalker (loose) -Mortal Kombat (loose) -Sonic 1 (nfr - cb) Computer Game Lot - $25 -TI-99 - Alpiner (cib) -TI-99 - Munch Man (ci) -Vic-20 - Pirates’ Cove (ci) -Vic-20 - The Sky is Falling -TRS-80 - Space Assault Astrocade - $30 *Both are repro carts* -Sea Devil (with case / manual) -Sneaky Snake -1 controller with partial functionality - $10 O2 / Videopac - $20 -Loony Balloon Colecovision Lot - $20 -Gateway to Apshai -Tutankham* —I could not get Tutankham to load on my console, but as it was a second copy, I did not try for long. Perhaps after a thorough cleaning, it will come back to life? Basically, this is a freebie, with my hope that someone gets lucky. RUN Commodore Vic-20/C64 Magazine -Issues #1-5, dating 01-05/84. Clueless on this kind of thing, so offer..?
  2. Nintendo Wii ( box / inserts / advertisements / Wii Sports / Sensor bar / 1 controller / 1 nunchuck / Power supply / composite a.v cord / instruction manual / advertising and misc. Metroid Other M (game / case / instructions / advertisement) New Super Mario Bros. Wii (game / case) 1 extra controller with Nunchuck / 2 Steering Wheels / 2 sleeves with Wii Motion Plus adapters HDMI Cable $130 for the lot Open to offers. Sega Sega Genesis (console / controller / a/v cable / power supply) Sega Genesis 6 Button Arcade Pad (Retro-bit) Pound HDMI HD cable (freebie...see picture below) Sonic the Hedgehog (cart / manual / case) Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (cart / manual / case) Sonic the Hedgehog 3 (cart / manual / case) Sonic Spinball (cart / manual / case) Mortal Kombat (cart / manual / case) Mortal Kombat II (cart / manual / case) NBA Jam T.E. (cart / manual / case / insert) Risk (cart / manual / case) World Series Baseball (cart / case) Bulls vs. Blazers (cart / case) International Tour Tennis (cart / case) Virtua Figher 2 (cart) Street Fighter 2 Special Championship Edition (cart) X-men (cart) NBA Jam T.E. (cart) Game Genie (cart) $120 for the lot Open to offers Sega 32x (console / power supply / a/v composite stereo cable / patch cable / box / instructions / brackets / cardboard inserts / outer box) Sega Virtua Racing Deluxe (cart / box / insert / manual) Moto Cross (cart / box / insert / manual) $215 for the lot Open to offers. Sega CD (console / power supply / instructions / extension / metal brace / poster / Sewer Shark / instructions / 2 screws / cardboard inserts / foam padding / outer box) ...video available down below for the Sega CD in action $225 Individually priced now. A Sega Genesis is pictured with the 32x and CD. It isn't included. The Sega Genesis is in its own lot. If you have any questions, please feel free to PM me. If anyone has any offers or suggestions, please PM me. You won't offend me with a low ball offer. If there are any errors that you find that are needed to be corrected please and kindly correct me via PM and not publicly. Thanks!
  3. Ok, so in this thread there's a lot to talk about, and I also needed to split Sega's 8-bit systems into another topic so I can focus on the 16-bit hardware, this is a sequel to the threads I made about clones of the NES and SNES: (In retrospect, the SNES thread looks very incomplete and doesn't have a lot of information and details) So, I just want to start with the fact that no clone console is ever going to have 100% compatibility, even FPGA ones, why? Because there's also no Mega Drive official model that has 100% compatibility, see, unlike Nintendo, Sega didn't thought the world would get tired of their games if they kept releasing new models every year or gave a license to third parties to do so. So I am going to list some of the specific models that have their own software just as an idea, a Mega Drive PC, a module for a computer that plays Laser Disk versions of Sega CD games, as well as some exclusive games, 3 arcade boards variations, and two Brazilian models that have either 4 EA games or a Guitar Hero clone (guitar peripheral included). Now, taking these uncommon models aside and considering just the main ones there's still a lot to discuss, like: Sega CD support The only modern clone that can use the Sega CD on the expansion port is the Analogue Mega SG, and it still has some small problems, the reason why it's the only one is because companies don't think it's worth it putting the expansion port there since the add-on isn't that popular, but many clones have support for the Terraonion Mega SD that plugs in the cartridge port. 32X support Nope, there isn't a single one, but Krikkz seems to be developing a 32X clone that will work on modern systems, we just need to wait. Now, for the sake of simplicity I'm going to define three levels of compatibility, original models(it plays "everything"), Genesis 3(small incompatibilities with some games, doesn't even start others) and Nomad(doesn't play some games simply because it's portable). So, to start things out I'm going to talk about the special clones so I can get them out of the way. Atgames/Genesis Mini Android Clones There are some clones that use systems similar or almost identical to the emulated systems licensed or made by Sega in the past, these have SD and cartridge ports included, the drawbacks are the fact they are emulated, so, only games that just have a simple ROM file. Portable/Nomad Clones These are on the same level of an actual Nomad but with problems similar to the ones found in the Genesis 3, interestingly, I found some clones that have exactly the same outsides as the Atgames portables, but with cartridge slots, some with custom designs, and a clone on a cartridge that can plug into some portable SNES clones. Clone Consoles Now, one of the things that held me from doing this is the weird compatibility with these clones, first, there are only Systems-on-a-Chip(technically on 2 chips since there's also the 8-bit one) available on the market currently, no full hardware clones. But to the clones themselves, they seem to use the same chips with little variation, but compatibility and quality are wildly different for each one, most surpass Genesis 3 compatibility by not too much, but others don't. A common problem that I found is the Mono audio, the only one with Stereo audio that I found is the Hyperkin Mega Retron HD. Since there are too many special cartridges for the Mega Drive I'm going to list the issues on another day
  4. Six month update! Pictures forthcoming. If you want to inquire about a particular item, I can probably get a picture within a day or two. If you want to make a trade, or take off a large number of lower priced items, I’m far more flexible on prices. I tried to price everything below ebay, but if any prices are way off base (possible!), feel free to let me know, even if you’re not buying. Shipping is from 02141 or 02116. International shipping has gone off the rails, so US is preferred. CIB = Cart, Instructions, Box CIC = CD/card, Instructions, Case Any other extras will be noted. Free with purchase stipulation: minimum purchase is $15 or any 3 items to get a freebie. Starting from August 2022, I'd consider exceptions to that to include any purchases at all or perhaps even just pay shipping. Check my old feedback and new feedback. ************************* **ATARI** ************************* Atari 2600 Pictures for 2600 & 7800 games: https://postimg.cc/gallery/506L48Q I also have some CX40s available for cheap or free with purchase. Astroblast (manual only): $2 Demons to Diamonds (manual only): $2 Endless Snow (original 2013 run, no manual): $14 Spider-Man (w/ manual): $8 Stampede (manual only): $2 Take it all for $22 Atari 7800 I have a loose + manual and a CIB version of Ballblazer. Not sure how much these go for these days, but I'm willing to part with them. Anyone need Pokeys? ************************* **COLECO** ************************* ColecoVision Gone for now, but if someone is interested in a boxed ColecoVision with games, let me know. Finding it hard to justify keeping it. ************************* **NEC** ************************* Pictures: https://postimg.cc/gallery/gJvGCcm Final Lap Twin (CIC): $10 Neutopia (JP, card only): $15 Neutopia II (JP): $10 Take all three for $30. ************************* **NINTENDO** ************************* Nintendo/Famicom Pictures: https://postimg.cc/gallery/vgsFmny NES Advantage (CIB, some styrofoam stuck to the cords): $28 NES Four Score: $15 Alpha Mission manual: $3 Skate or Die: free with purchase Super Nintendo Bomberman (torn top part of label, “Valerie McKinney”’s name written on the back): $19 Super Mario World: Return to Dinosaur Land (could never get this to work): free with purchase Super Castlevania IV (JP): $26 Potentially interested in selling Super Mario World 2 or Super Mario RPG. Hit me up if you want to work out a deal. Nintendo 64 Pilotwings 64: $9 GameCube/Wii HUGE Wii and GameCube lot available. Basically getting rid of it all. Console, a dozen games, a few GCN games, a half dozen controllers (including a Wavebird) and a half dozen Wii motes (including the Zelda gold one) and a balancing board if I can ever find a box to fit it. Might send that one to UPS. Inquire within if you’re looking for an instant Wii collection. All good games, no trash included. Game Boy Pictures: https://postimg.cc/gallery/RhF9QBy Green Game Boy (needs replacement screen and cover; otherwise it's in great shape): free with purchase Final Fantasy Legend w/ clamshell: $11 Heiankyo Alien: $4 Star Hawk: $89 Game Boy Color Pictures: https://postimg.cc/gallery/YGnkmD8 Atomic Purple GBC (needs repair: screen scratched, missing screws): free with purchase Alice in Wonderland: $11 Bust-a-Move 4: $4 Mario Golf: $9 Pocket Bomberman: $2 Wendy Every Witch Way: make offer? Game Boy Advance Pictures: https://postimg.cc/gallery/CgYfSyG Advance Wars (box only): $30? or make offer Final Fight One: $15 Golden Sun: $25 Klonoa (initials JF written on the label in sharpie): $33 Samurai Jack: $7 Shining Soul: $40 I’m potentially up for letting go of Pocky & Rocky with Becky. I’ll entertain serious offers. ************************* **SEGA** ************************* Master System Zapper (bulky plastic part separated from gun): $9 Genesis https://postimg.cc/gallery/ykYLqgm Alien Soldier (repro w/ manual): $25 Beggar Prince (anniversary edition, still in plastic): reasonable offer? Road Rash (cardboard version): $20 Spider-Man/X-Men: Arcade's Revenge (missing manual): $10 Game Gear Pictures: https://postimg.cc/gallery/MR6WTnP Baku Baku: $10 Bust-a-Move: $9 Earthworm Jim: $30 [hold] Enter the Dragon: $4 Halley Wars: $20 Itchy & Scratchy Game: $10 Jungle Book: free with purchase Mortal Kombat: free with purchase Super Column: free with purchase Tempo Jr: $40 [hold] Saturn Game Shark: $5 All games are Japanese. Pictures of Bomberman/controllers: https://i.postimg.cc/yd1ZBcwr/20210613-175035.jpg Pictures of the other games: https://postimg.cc/gallery/Zy0JsLg Azel: Panzer Dragoon RPG: $15 Magic Knight Rayearth: $10 Tactics Ogre: $8 Bomberman bundle: It comes with the game, the Saturn Multi Tap MK 80102, two SS Horip Pads, a model 1 controller, and a 3D controller that I'd like to sell all together: $170 for the lot. ************************* **SONY** ************************* PlayStation SCPH-1010 controller (Start button sticks a bit): free with purchase Legend of Legaia: $40 PlayStation 2 Pictures (more forthcoming): https://postimg.cc/gallery/CFLsXcG Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance: $5 (disc looks like it might need resurfacing, but I was able to play the first few levels while testing it - not sure if or where it might skip) Burnout 3: Takedown: $10 Gradius V: $45 Gran Turismo 3 A Spec (red NFR edition): $2 Ico: $10 NBA Street: $4 Samurai Shodown Anthology: $28 Shadow of the Colossus (no manual): $5 XGRA: Extreme G Racing Association: $4 OEM Multitap: $10 ************************* **SNK** ************************* Neo Geo A Neo Geo arcade stick: $85 Neo Geo CD NGCD top loader (needs repair): $50 * It powers on just fine, but it doesn’t read any discs. Inquire about work done. Crossed Swords: $75 Ghost Pilots: $50 Last Blade: $40 Sonic Wings 2: $45 Sonic Wings 3: $65 Neo Geo Pocket Color Dark Arms: $28 ************************* **PC** ************************* Jade Empire: $? Rise of Nations: Rise of Legends: free with purchase Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2: free with purchase ************************* **OTHER** ************************* S-video selector x2: free with purchase ************************* **WANT LIST** ************************* Manuals for any games I own that don't have manuals: https://rfgeneration.com/cgi-bin/collection.pl?action=profile&name=o.pwuaioc&folder=Collection NES Akumajou Densetsu (JP) Lickle (repro?) PC Engine Bomberman 93 or 94 Neutopia II (US) PC Engine CD Sylphia Genesis Blades of Vengeance Contra: Hard Corps (JP only; I have the US version if you want to make a trade deal) Crusader of Centy (repro?) Elemental Master Ex-Mutants Fire Shark Mega Turrican Phantasy Star IV Shining Force II Super Nintendo Pocky & Rocky 2 PlayStation Grandia Suikoden II Valkyrie Profile
  5. Here are a few games I have for sale. I've tried to describe everything accurately. Please see the pictures for condition. Feel free to ask any questions. All games have been tested. Open to offers. Prices do not include shipping. NOTE: ALL CASES HAVE ISSUES - ASSUME YOU MAY WANT TO SWAP THEM OUT SEGA GENESIS Revenge of Shinobi (Game, Artwork) - $20 --Case: Clear plastic sleeve is TRASHED/DESTROYED, torn and wrinkled in multiple spots, artwork is NOT damaged --Game: Small wear on top edge of game label Urban Strike (Game, Artwork) - $20 --Case: Defect (stretch?) in clear plastic sleeve on back, game holds loosely --Artwork: Sun faded --Game: Small wear on top edge of game label Twin Cobra - "A" - left one in pic (Game ONLY) - $12 --Game: Label has damage from another label being removed (video store label, maybe?) Twin Cobra - "B" - right one in pic (Game ONLY) - $15 --Game: Label has small damage Quackshot (Manual, Game, Artwork) - $25 --Case: Clear plastic sleeve has large tear on back, game holds loosely Thunderforce II (Game, Artwork) - $20 --Case: Missing corner, missing top "hook" to hold game --Artwork: Wear on top edge SEGA 32X Star Wars 32X (Game Only) - $15 XBOX Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Manual & Artwork ONLY) - $10 --Case: Generic black DVD case --Artwork: A little wear on bottom back edge --NOTE: Game DVD will be included but DOES NOT WORK! - has circular scratches - DOES NOT WORK!
  6. Good Deal Games has the second batch of War in the Machine available. Technically it's version 1.1 since I added a new control mode that uses plain old UP and DOWN for player controls. Makes things more familiar but now your player and launched projectile ships move up and down simultaneously. Same neat features as before. I made the bosses and enemies all randomly generated. You can move vertically and have a temporary invincibility shield. Weapons consist of three mini ships that can be rammed into the enemies. If one meets a quota of kills a boss will appear. Defeat the boss and the next round gets faster with slightly tweaked baddie AI. Oh, and with chromadepth glasses it's in 3D!
  7. Today I have some relatively new information on a $17 controller adapter that you can obtain on Ebay that, when combined with a PC 15 pin gameport to Atari 5200 controller adapter (like the one currently being made by bohoki) will get your Atari 2600, Sega Master System, and Sega Genesis controllers working on your 5200. What's extra awesome about this is that the Sega controllers have compatibility with the two button games, and this is what the Masterplay Clone enables. (Unfortunately, no one is currently producing the Masterplay Clone for purchasing, though.) Here is the Ebay link to the product: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Amiga-Atari-Amstrad-Commodore-DB9-9Pin-Joystick-to-15Pin-Port-support-Usb-Adpt/272348471848?hash=item3f693be228:g:Df4AAOSwUd9aaMnL I've ordered adapters from this Ebay seller, Ikonsgr74, since 2015 and can vouch for his top-notch workmanship. He will not disappoint you. I have some additional good news: The Atari 2600 Trakball works with it to play the digital games that may be worth a try on the 5200. I have tried it with Gyruss, Ballblazer, and Galaxian with nice control results- especially Gyruss. The trakball unfortunately doesn't work with the analog-only games like Missile Command, Tempest, Star Wars Arcade, and Super Breakout. For two button digital games like Defender and Dreadnaught Factor, the Sega Sportspad (which is a trackball) also works great. If you have a couple of Camerica NES products (The receiver for the "Freedom Stick" with Genesis cables and the "Freedom Connection" transmitter device) you can add those adapters and get your NES controllers working on the 5200. I have enjoyed playing with my NES Starmaster joystick and NES Max gamepad on games like Dig Dug and Defender. In fact, on Defender, the Star Master joystick helped me to get my best ever score of around 89,000. That joystick has a very satisfying 'click' for each direction it is tilted- though it's not actually a microswitch-laden joystick like the Quickshot II Plus. Hard to describe, but it's just a perfect joystick and I'm very grateful to be able to use it to play my favorite 5200 games. I've detected no lag by the way, so that's good... Also there's a way to connect the 8bitdo NES Retro Receiver to the 5200 via the two adapters (and Camerica NES products and NES Fourscore) and play your 5200 digital games wirelessly with the controllers it's compatible with: The Dual Shock 4, Dual Shock 3, Wii Remote, and Wii U Pro Controller. I've tested it and had great success just last evening. Hope you enjoy the info. Special thanks to Swami for being the 1st guinea pig to try out Ikonsgr74's newly revised controller adapter on the 5200 (via being added to the bohoki adapter). I'm definitely grateful for learning about this from you.
  8. Hi! I have this Sega Genesis Mini for sale. It's in really great condition. I've only played this a handful of time. I'm asking: $75 + shipping. Feel free to PM me with any questions or concerns. Thanks! SOLD
  9. Hello, I am selling off many items from my collection. I will not be taking a bath on shipping charges (I've made that mistake before), so be prepared to pay full shipping. I use USPS, and I know shipping charges have been high, but that's true for everyone. Unfortunately, video games cannot be shipped with Media Mail. Everything has been tested and works. USA sales only! (sorry). I reserve the right to refuse any sales. Also, I have a day job, and while I can make a trip to the Post Office most days, please be patient while I safely prepare your packages and get them shipped out. EDIT: Adding 32X. You'll have a hard time finding these games in better condition, all of them are spectacular. Toughman Contest has some sunfading on the outer box, but still in great shape overall. 32X: -After Burner $90 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35225-32xafterburnerjpg/ -DOOM $25 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35226-32xdoomjpg/ -Primal Rage $90 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35229-32xprimal-ragejpg/ -Toughman Contest $25 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35232-32xtoughmanjpg/ EDIT: Adding Sega Genesis. It is alphabetized, with direct links to the pictures next to the game and $Price. There are some big ticket items in here, everything is legit, I do not deal in counterfeit games! I bought these games well before the Chinese were making knock-offs, so feel secure that my games are originals. Namely, M.U.S.H.A. Some games have rental stickers or damaged labels etc...I have adjusted down the price accordingly. SEGA GENESIS: -MUSHA $850 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35201-mushajpg/ EDIT: Adding NES, NES: Boxed NES: -Little Nemo Dream Master $50 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35113-dream-masterjpg/ -Jaws $60 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35120-jawsjpg/ -Jordan vs Bird $50 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35121-jordanbirdjpg/ -Rampage $60 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35123-rampagejpg/ -Codename Viper $30 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35129-viperjpg/ LOOSE NES CARTS: -Blades of Steel $4 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35133-img_1221jpg/ -Bases Loaded $2 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35134-img_1222jpg/ -Cabal $9 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35134-img_1222jpg/ -Clash At Demonhead $15 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35135-img_1223jpg/ -Cobra Triangle $8 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35135-img_1223jpg/ -California Games $5 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35136-img_1224jpg/ -Double Dragon $5 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35136-img_1224jpg/ -Desert Commander $4 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35137-img_1225jpg/ -Destination Earthstar $5 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35137-img_1225jpg/ -Defender of the Crown $6 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35138-img_1226jpg/ -Dirty Harry $9 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35138-img_1226jpg/ -Dragon Warrior $10 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35139-img_1227jpg/ -Ice Hockey $3 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35143-img_1231jpg/ -John Elway's Quarterback $3 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35144-img_1232jpg/ -Jack Nicklaus Golf $2 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35144-img_1232jpg/ -Kung Fu $5 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35144-img_1232jpg/ -Mach Rider $7 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35145-img_1233jpg -Pinball $3 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35147-img_1235jpg/ -Rad Racer $8 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35149-img_1237jpg/ -Rollergames $5 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35150-img_1238jpg/ -Rygar $8 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35150-img_1238jpg/ -Super Dodge Ball $15 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35151-img_1239jpg/ -Silent Service $2 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35152-img_1240jpg/ -Super Mario 3 $15 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35155-img_1243jpg/ -Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles $4 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35157-img_1245jpg/ -Top Players Tennis $2 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35156-img_1244jpg/ -Tecmo Bowl $5 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35157-img_1245jpg/ -Win Lose or Draw $2 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35159-img_1247jpg/ ATARI Hardware and Accessories (all prices without shipping) -Boxed Atari Paddles ($20) Loose 2600 Games: -Boxing $2 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35317-boxingjpg/ -Defender $2 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35318-defenderjpg/ -Donkey Kong Jr. $3 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35319-dkjrjpg/ -Kangaroo $3 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35321-kangaroojpg/ -MASH $5 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35322-mashjpg/ -Outlaw $2 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35324-outlawjpg/ -Phoenix $4 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35325-phoenixjpg/ -Realsports Football $2 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35326-realsports-footballjpg/ -Sky Diver $5 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35327-sky-diverjpg/ -Star Voyager $1 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35328-star-voyagerjpg/ -Super Breakout $1 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35329-super-breakoutjpg/ -Swordquest Fireworld $3 https://atariage.com/forums/gallery/image/35330-swordquestfireworldjpg/ Boxed ATARI -Adventure $75 (1 side of box has sunfading) -Grand Prix $3 -Laser Blast $10 -Starmaster $3 -Bump n Jump $10 -California Games $10 -Fire Fighter $10 -Kung Fu Superkicks $35 -Mega Force $8 (box is extremely terrible) -Riddle of the Sphinx $10
  10. Instead of working on the dozen or so projects that I have started, I decided the other day to delve into SecondBASIC programming for the Genesis. For those that don't know SecondBASIC http://www.sbasic.net/ is a BASIC language developed by Second Dimension. It is in active development and appears to be fairly robust. My biggest gripe is that there are virtually no programming examples for it. Commands are documented and a few code snippets come with the development environment but that's about it. I decided to help rectify this situation by writing a simple Snake game and commenting the hell out of it. The game uses the text functions only (i.e. no shape tiles) and has two very simple sounds. I've tested it with the Fusion 3.64 emulator and everything appears to work as intended. I can't seem to find my flash cart so if someone could test it on real hardware that would be much appreciated. While coding the game I did run into a couple of things. First, I did not see any mention of multi-dimensional arrays on the SecondBASIC site although they are supported. I did only test with 2 dimensional arrays, however. Second, I had to use another program to fix the checksum on the binary. Otherwise, fusion would throw up a checksum error whenever I tested the binary. I ended up using Fix Checksum https://www.romhacking.net/utilities/342/ to correct it. Third, at one point during coding I tried to do an animated spinner using the string: "\|/-" to no avail. Older guys will recognize this as a cursor used by many on the Apple II and C64. Not that big of a deal that it didn't work but I did find it a little odd. I believe the "\" is used by SecondBASIC to denote something, possibly "\n" for newline, etc. Even when I tried to build the string using chr$, it failed to work. Fourth, the ASCII codes don't quite lineup with the text screen that I'm using. I tried using codes: 016,017,030,031 (4 arrows) to do the spinner and one of them kept displaying as a heart. At that point I decided the hell with it and didn't look any further into it. Lastly, the binary generated by SecondBASIC is always named sbasic.bin no matter what your project file is named. You have to manually go to the work folder and rename it if you want to keep a copy. Otherwise, it will be overwritten at the next compile. Attached is the rom file and the basic listing. I'm sure there are things that can be improved along with using actual shape tiles for the visuals. This is just a simple example to hopefully encourage others to take a look at this programming option for the Sega Genesis. Feel free to tinker around with it and see what you can do. Controls are simple (up, down, left, right). Skill level can be chosen at the title screen by pressing left or right. It's a basic Snake game, eat the dot and avoid hitting the walls or yourself. Once you reach 100 points, obstacles will appear in the playfield to make things tougher. Have fun. Snake.bas snake.bin
  11. For sale are the following items. All come from a smoke/pet-free home. I will pick up the shipping (CONUS shipping only) and all items will be safely and securely packaged. Paypal payment only; due to age of these items all sales final but are being accurately described by me. Any questions, please PM me Colecovision Super Action Controller w/Spy Hunter (and keypad insert), Front Line, Baseball, Football and Rocky cartridges - $75 tested, controller and games work good- SOLD Colecovision Roller Controller w/ Centipede, Victory (and manual), Slither (and manual), and War Games - $70 tested, controller and games works good -SOLD Sega Genesis Model 1 w/working controller, AV cable and power supply - $30 (price drop) tested, works good -SOLD Best of the WWF Vol. 1 and 2 and The Big Event VHS tapes w/original clamshell cases - $28 (price drop) all recently viewed and are in good condition
  12. ProjectY It's ProjectY - the RPB you've been waiting for since the 90s! WIP @ 's Magical Game Factory. The Origins For the first time ever, fans of retro consoles are getting exactly the game they want! And they want a RPB! Investors, as they are called, have used their voting power to shape ProjectY to their own liking. Their first poll result was to make a game for the Mega Drive/Genesis. Then came the decision to make the game a RPB (Role-Playing-Brawler). The final big turn for the project was the setting, which the investors decided should be cyberpunk. With these defining poll results, ProjectY started to take shape while additional minor polls followed. Development is currently ongoing; you can still join ProjectY and shape the game by voting, submitting your ideas and discussing the project on the boards! 40MEG Obtained with fervor by the investors, we can guarantee the game will have a bare minimum 40 megabits cartridge. ProjectY is joining the small club of High Density Cartridges (also known as the "big, black cartridges"). This will be at least the second biggest Mega Drive/Genesis game ever, after WaterMelon's own Pier Solar! With this much storage at our disposal, we can make the ultimate 16-bit beat 'em all! Also obtained by the investors, the game will feature four playable characters, one of them to be unlocked. The Context ProjectY takes place in a post-apocalyptic world, set in an Asian high-tech metropolis. The last survivors of the nuclear war are divided into several classes, where the most powerful have the others by the balls. This has divided the governing bodies into several fractions, where ethnic mafias and a corrupt corporation are just a few of them! As you can see, this story is filled with many possible scenarios. It will demand lots of exploring and several playthroughs to get everything out of it. WHY SHOULD I JOIN AND INVEST? How do I join a project? If a project is open to join, you can join by investing at least one GEM into the project. What are GEMS? How much do they cost? GEMS are Watermelon's currency. As for now, one GEM is equal to 10 cents (USD) with the possibility of changing later on. You can use GEMS to invest in a project. If you earn some GEMS, you can use them to get discounts on products, get coupons, etc. What do I get for my investment in a project? Magical Game Factory investments offer access to voting and conversion features. How much do I have to invest to save myself one copy of the game? 500GEMS (USD 50) for one edition of the game reserved exclusively to Investors. More information on http://www.magicalgamefactory.com/en/
  13. I've heard some good things about the Genesis's racing games library, and with my recent acquisition of my very own console, I was hoping that some of y'all could fill me in on some of the good racing games to try. I've currently got Super Monaco GP, and Hard Drivin' in my collection, I'm just curious as to what else I could add in the future. Sports games are a genre I haven't really dabbled in much, but from what I've heard, the Genesis is basically the go-to console for 90s sports games. Seriously, from what I can tell there were an ungodly amount of sports games released for it. With that said, what do you think the best ones are?
  14. Had a chance to inventory my extra games. All games have been cleaned and tested. Please send me a PM if you're interested in a title or five; I'll respond with pricing and if that works on your end, I'll take pictures so you know exactly what you would be receiving. All orders of three or more games will ship for free in the US! Here's what I've got available: Intellivision Sealed Astrosmash Las Vegas Poker & Blackjack NFL Football Complete in Box Armor Battle Astrosmash Beauty and the Beast (cart not working) Boxing Demon Attack (with Activision tray) Las Vegas Poker & Blackjack Las Vegas Poker & Blackjack (Sears) Major League Baseball NBA Basketball (x2) NFL Football PGA Golf SOLD Q*bert (thin-style box with top flap) Space Battle (x2) Star Strike Sub Hunt Tennis *NO GAME* Triple Action Utopia (missing manual) Cart Only Armor Battle (minor cosmetic damage) Microsurgeon Pac-Man (Atarisoft) SOLD Pitfall! Triple Action (minor cosmetic damage) Worm Whomper SOLD Manuals Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Ice Trek (rough shape) Lady Bug (rough shape) Mattel Intellivision games booklet Soccer (Sears) Space Battle Tron Solar Sailer SOLD Aquarius Complete in Box Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Treasure of Tarmin (missing cartridge tray, right keyboard overlay and one controller overlay) Night Stalker Snafu (box is in rough shape; missing one controller overlay) Tron: Deadly Discs Genesis Complete in Box Barney's Hide & Seek Game Risk Box + cart Side Pocket Sports Talk Baseball (missing cover art on box) Cart only Beauty and the Beast: Roar of the Beast Ecco the Dolphin John Madden Football 92 Jurassic Park Lethal Enforcers Lion King Madden 97 Madden 98 NBA Showdown 94 PGA Tour 96 x2 Sonic & Knuckles ToeJam & Earl in Panic on Funkotron Triple Score World of Illusion Starring Disney's Mickey Mouse & Donald Duck X-Men 2: Clone Wars
  15. Has anyone made a Genesis repro with a Master System ROM on it, thus eliminating the need for a powerbase converter? I've checked around but I haven't been able to find any information on how to do this (if it's even possible).
  16. Hi, I am a long standing member for Atari Age. I also have an Etsy store where i sell Retro Game Items. You do not have to join Etsy to purchase anything...you can do it as a guest (many have) This is the second Sega Nomad, the first sold immediately. It comes with different cartridges and different case. Take a look: Sega Nomad Handheld w/ Extras Plays Genesis Cartridges can | Etsy If you have any questions you can contact me on my Etsy store or leave a message here. Thanks, Everett
  17. Hi, I am a long standing member for Atari Age. I also have an Etsy store where i sell Retro Game Items. You do not have to join Etsy to purchase anything...you can do it as a guest (many have) I just acquired two Sega Nomads and have just post the best one. Take a look: Sega Nomad Handheld w/ Extras Plays Genesis Cartridges can | Etsy If you have any questions you can contact me on my Etsy store or leave a message here. Thanks, Everett
  18. I have searched and have not found a complete list of incompatible carts, I just assume Virtua Racing & maybe early titles like Star Control won't work... Does anyone have a full list? I know there is some variance with each of the Atgames sega releases, this is the 81 built in games 2017 model. I just picked this up last night cheap with my GF because we just moved and wanted some quick 2 player Mortal Kombat lolz... anyhow, ANY help would be most appreciated!
  19. I'm putting selling these on hold until next year. SOLD OUT I don't think I'll be finding any more of these in this size. Will keep thread up for Info reasons. Can't find a replacement reset switch like the original from the genesis model 1 and 2? Hate the hard click of the switches you can find? Here you go! I figured a lot of people here could use one. Alps brand soft tact switch - New old stock - Works just like the old one, but little firmer. $6 total for one with shipping anywhere in the US. Two for $8, 3 for $ 9. Any additional switches after the first three are $3. (Price increase due to USPS postage increase.) Please PM me Thru Atari Age forum - It's free to sign up! Thanks Pics:
  20. Have some genesis games I'm looking to sell. All are repros except for Golden Axe. MKII unlimited is in an original MKII cart and uses its original pcb. Truxton uses a sega cart and pcb as a donor as well. The labels for those are glossy and professionally printed. Golden Axe is original in original box and artwork. no manual Zero wing is a repro the whole way. It uses the now infamous European translation. The PCB is a high quality Muramasa with a rom chip, not a flash chip. The cart is clear and painted glossy silver on the inside for a gun metal type effect. Professional quality box art and label too All games are NTSC, Shipped in a box USPS first class, US only please. If you buy all of them at once or a few I'll ship priority mail. Payment through Paypal, I will provide tracking. Golden Axe 25 shipped MKII unlimited 25 shipped Truxton 20 shipped Zero Wing 45 Shipped
  21. This is a few years old, but it was just brought back to mind, and I thought I'd share it here. This has gone years without an update, but I heard the dev is now working on it some more, and there should be another update coming up. Wolfenstein 3D [fv11 fixed] (SEGA Genesis/MegaDrive) Tested and running perfectly on MD.emu and RetroArch on Android (Genesis Plus GX and PicoDrive cores), as well as KEGA Fusion on PC and PicoDrive on PSP. Link: http://www.mediafire.com/download/9wn79zv99lyr9k3
  22. Some background info: The MegaKiosk DS-18 by Will Gentry has inspired me to build an Arcade Cabinet for my Sega Genesis. (Yes, a Flashcart would be less work, less money and offer more games but below is the route I wan to take.) MegaKiosk DS-18 The MegaKiosk DS-18 offers two features that I think make this project really cool. 1) You can cycle between 8 original game cartridges. 2) The hardware identifies the active slot with an LED. So (in theory) I can build an Arcade Cabinet with a button to cycle to the next game and I can have an EL Panel that lights up to match the currently selected game. This would operate just like a Neo Geo MVS 4-slot/6-slot. But my skill are very much in the realm of hobbyist. I've replaced capacitors, batteries and repaired my Neo Geo 4-slot EL Panel to give you an idea of what I can do. I started by building a control panel that will work with a Sega Genesis. It works great and by far the hardest part was the wood working. The two small red buttons are not in use yet. They are intended to be a Reset for the Genesis and Cycle to the next game on the MegaKiosk DS-18. I'm currently looking into what to buy for my 8 Mini Marquees. So far, I think this will work: A6 electro-luminescent panel with leads and connector ($10 USD each) https://glowhut.com/a6-electro-luminescent-panel-with-leads-and-connector/ I believe this inverter can power eight A6 sized EL Panels all at the same time. Electroluminescent inverter for A3 size EL panel AC 100-240V ($30 USD) https://glowhut.com/electroluminescent-inverter-for-a3-size-el-panel-ac-100-240v/ *I may only need to power one at a time. **I'm not sure when someone would want AC vs DC for what I'm planning. I asked Will Gentry how to tap into the LEDs that indicate the active slot. This was his answer: "You can simply remove the LED and solder some wires where the LED was to a new LED" Now for my Question: How should I run power to each EL Panel and how do they connect to the MegaKiosk DS-18 slot LEDs? The EL panels should only be getting power from the Inverter. I was thinking about wiring all the EL Panels to the Inverter such they all light up when the inverter it switched on. Then finding a way to break the circuit unless there is a signal coming from the MegaKiosk DS-18 active slot. What do you guys think? THANKS!
  23. For sale are the following items. Paypal only, please All items will be safely and securely shipped - I will cover the shipping (CONUS only, sorry). All items are coming from a smoke/pet-free home. All items have been tested and are working good. Please assume that it is the original battery in any carts that may contain a battery for saving progress. Please see pictures - any further questions shoot me a PM Sega Genesis bundle $100 (includes Genesis system, RF module, power adapter, one controller, and the following games: Alien 3- CIB Centurion - CIB Kid Chameleon- CIB Mortal Combat- CIB Flashback- CIB World Series Baseball- CIB Virtua Racing (box and cart only - no manual) Ghouls n Ghosts- cart only Awesome Possum- cart only WWF Super Wrestlemania- cart only Art of Fighting- cart only Aladdin- cart only X-Men- cart only Batman Forever- cart only The Lion King- cart and manual ECS w/ World Series Major League Baseball, Mindstrike and Mr. Basic $100 Tested and working ECS in very good shape. Comes with power adapter, WSMLB cart and 2 overlays (no manual), Mindstrike cart, 1 overlay and manual, Mr. Basic Meets Bits 'N Bytes cart, 2 overlays and manual NES game lot $65 All are cartridge only Bubble Bobble Super Mario Brothers 3 Ikari Warriors Karnov Baseball Stars Jackal Nintendo World Cup Rad Racer Skate or Die 2 Rush 'N Attack TNMT II The Arcade Game Bionic Commando 1942 Kung Fu Sesame Street ABC & 123 Atari 5200 Rescue on Fractalus CIB and Space Shuttle w/one overlay and manual $30.00 (for both) Used DVD Lot - ALL OF THESE for $40.00 Kolchak: The Night Stalker complete TV series King of the Hill - complete seasons 4-6 Christopher Lee - 4 Dracula movies. New! (DVD is still in the shrink wrap) Aliens - Blu-Ray The Return of the Living Dead - Blu-Ray
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