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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 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 Lot - $50 *Both are repro carts* -Sea Devil (with case / manual) -Sneaky Snake -1 controller with partial functionality. Will include with games, or $10 by itself. 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. Hi everyone, its finally happened, I'm at the point where I'm ready to start unloading my collection. I wanted to give you guys the good folks at AA first crack at anything you might be interested in. This list contains something like 350 games, so unfortunately I'm going to start if off as a list with no pictures. These games are in various states of conditions, but assume the vast majority of them are working, have been played by me personally, and are usually in PAL UK version where applicable. Some of the older stuff like the master system might be Japanese or US copies, but generally is not an issue. If I own it, I can play it on a European console, as that's my near exclusive limit (outside a neo geo AES - not being sold!). Some are boxed, some are not. Some have instructions, some do not. They are all unsealed, there is no Wata level quality here. I'm a gamer, and these games were played. Please PM for interest in items, I can send prices for those games with images of boxes, manuals and state of disk/cart. Use this topic for general queries. I might be able to do pictures of specific collections of things, but nothing is in an easy to view format right now other than this list. Some things I can do prices now, but the lists are far too big. I'll try and update with time if I can. Hopefully obvious, but my native country is England, United Kingdom, prices will be in GBP £££ but will happily convert to your local currency, and give you potential postage to your country - just let me know where you live! Big orders I will try to do free postage, but all orders will be tracked shipping. If you live in Manchester/Liverpool, Cheshire, Birmingham area, Gloucestershire or Wiltshire we can discuss potential dropping off/meet instead, but note I live in Cheshire. About 6 months ago I started this topic: This was me processing letting go of significant number of games. Soon after I put my house on the market, and bought my next one up. In the process this took a backseat - and initially I had boxed about 100 games I was "ready" in mind to sell. This has now increased to something like 350, including PC games (hence why I'm going to start with lists, then will do pictures as requested). A few other things have happened, the work on the house has cost us considerably more than we planned, and the profit from the first house has already emptied to 0. We also had our car break down on moving day, and this caused issues with our buyers which cost us more money. The car has now fully broken down and we have had to borrow money to buy a 'new' (and by new, I mean 15 year old!) car. This is a bit of a boo-hoo story I know, but it leads to me realising that I have boxes full of cash I just need to get rid of, and I might be able to pay off the debt at least. I would also like to make sure I can manufacture some more Odyssey 1 multicards which I was planning on doing this month, but due to car - needs potentially delaying. Anyway... onto the list. I think there will be another cull at some point, but this is "second wave" culling and includes games like Zelda that I thought I would never get rid of. I've decided to get rid of my entire collection of N64 games, but don't get excited most are unboxed and all are relatively common-uncommon. PC: I need to form a list of PC games but I have already divided some up into prices, these are mostly "big box" games, though a mix of CD and floppy disk. If anyone is interested I'll try and develop a list asap. DOUBLES: These are just doubles I have for sale, I won't be selling any other games for these systems (1st, 2nd and selected 3rd gen consoles) Magnavox Odyssey: Volleyball boxed and complete. I'll take £90 for it as someone on ebay is going for that much. Atari 2600: Would probably sell both these games for a £5 to get rid of it. Both loose. Pac Man (double) Pitfall (double, I don't think this works on all 2600 machines... rubbish label before you ask) Voltmace Database (This is a 1292 alternative system, there is an adapter to use it in more common formats like the acetronic system, but I'm not selling it!): Various games, many boxed with instructions £10 each, 2 loose with instructions, £5 each. Collections being sold off: These are 1st and 2nd wave removals from my collections, other than the N64 which I'm selling fully there may be other games on these systems I'm selling in the future. Stuff like Neo Geo, Atari, Amiga and Philips alongside 32x, Mega CD, 3DO and TG16 etc are currently intending to be kept. NES: Adventures of Bayou Billy, The Bubble Bobble Donkey Kong Double Dragon III - The Sacred Stones Dr. Mario Duck Hunt Excitebike Golf Iron Sword: Wizards and Warriors 2 Jack Nicklaus 18 holes Kickle Cubicle Lemmings Mission: Impossible Pac-Man Super Off Road (Ivan Ironman Stewarts) Super Mario Bros. - Duck Hunt Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles Zelda II - The Adventure of Link Sega Master System: Note some of these are US or Japanese carts, but work on PAL machines too. Most are boxed, but no instructions, so I'm cutting down the price on most of them. Alien 3 Castle of Illusion starring Mickey Mouse Choplifter Dynamite Duke Enduro Race Gangster Town Global Defense Golfamania Great Baseball Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade James Pond II: Codename: Robocod Jungle Book Lemmings The Lucky Dime Caper starring Donald Duck Marble Madness Pacmania Parlour Games Rastan Shanghai Shinobi Shooting Gallery The Simpsons: Bart vs. The Space Mutants Spider-Man Vs. The Kingpin Super Kick Off Super Monaco GP Tecmo World Cup '93 Taz The Terminator World Soccer Xenon 2: Megablast Gameboy: Alleyway Double Dragon 2 Dr Mario FIFA: Road to World Cup 98 Golf Jurassic Park Midway Arcade Hits (Joust / Defender) Nintendo World Cup Tennis Worms Mario & Yoshi Mega Drive (Genesis): Mostly boxed with instructions Beavis and Butt-head ESWAT: City Under Siege FIFA International Soccer FIFA Soccer 95 Galaxy Force II James "Buster" Douglas Knock Out Boxing Jimmy White's Whirlwind Snooker Lemmings Lotus Turbo Challenge 2 Menacer 6-game cartridge Mortal Kombat NHLPA Hockey '93 Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure Quackshot starring Donald Duck The Revenge of Shinobi Rock N' Roll Racing Speedball 2: Brutal Deluxe Super Monaco GP Sylvester and Tweety in Cagey Capers T2: The Arcade Game Theme Park Ultimate Soccer Winter Challenge Wiz 'n' Liz: The Frantic Wabbit Wescue World Cup Italia '90 Gamegear: All loose, one or two might have instructions Batman Returns Chessmaster (The) G Loc Air Battle Joe Montana Football Olympic Gold Pengo PGA Tour Golf Putt and Putter Sega Game Pack 4 in 1 Slider Solitaire Poker Spiderman Super Kick Off Super Monaco GP Tail Spin Tazmania The GG Shinobi Wimbledon Tennis World Class Leader Board Golf SNES: Battletoads in Battlemaniacs Beware the Ultimate Evil of Warlock Cannon Fodder Mario's Time Machine Pilotwings - this is a NTSC copy, but my adapter doesn't work, sorry I don't know if this works or not. Street Fighter II – The World Warrior Theme Park Young Merlin Sega Saturn: Alien Trilogy Battle Arena Toshinden Remix Command and Conquer Daytona USA Die Hard Trilogy Doom Exhumed Fifa 96 Fighters Megamix Fighting Vipers Firestorm: Thunderhawk 2 Hi-Octane International Victory Goal Johnny Bazookatone Lemmings 3D Loaded Magic Carpet Olympic Soccer Robot Pit SEGA Worldwide Soccer 97 SEGA Worldwide Soccer 98: Club Edition Steep Slope Sliders Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors' Dreams Theme Park Tunnel B1 Victory Boxing Warcraft 2 Wing Arms WWF In the House X-Men Children of the Atom Playstation 1 / PS1 / PSX: All boxed, I believe almost all have instructions too. BLAZE & BLADE - ETERNAL QUEST CIVILIZATION II COMMAND & CONQUER - [ 2 DISCS ] Includes: GDI Disc + NOD Disc COMMAND & CONQUER - RED ALERT - [ 2 DISCS ] Includes: Allies Disc + Soviet Disc Destruction Derby 2 DRIVER - YOU'RE THE WHEELMAN DRIVER 2 - BACK ON THE STREETS - [ 2 DISCS ] Fifa 98 Road to world cup 98 FINAL DOOM GALAGA - DESTINATION EARTH INTERNATIONAL SUPERSTAR SOCCER PRO JIMMY WHITE'S 2 - CUEBALL MAGIC CARPET MECHWARRIOR 2 Populous The Beginning PREMIER MANAGER 98 QUAKE II SOVIET STRIKE Star Sweep STREET FIGHTER EX 2 PLUS TEKKEN 2 Test Drive 4 THEME PARK WORLD TOCA - TOURING CAR CHAMPIONSHIP [PLATINUM VERSION] TOMB RAIDER TOMB RAIDER III - ADVENTURES OF LARA CROFT TOMB RAIDER V - CHRONICLES TONY HAWK'S PRO SKATER 2 WARHAMMER - DARK OMEN WARHAMMER - SHADOW OF THE HORNED RAT WING OVER 2 Who wants to be a millionaire 2nd edition WORMS ARMAGEDDON Nintendo 64: This is my entire collection, there is no more N64 games from me other than this. Only about 6 are boxed. 007 Goldeneye Banjo Kazooie Blast Corps Body Harvest Bomberman 64 Bomberman Hero Bust a Move 2 arcade edition Clay Fighter 63 1/3 Command & Conquer Diddy Kong Racing Donkey Kong 64 Doom 64 Extreme G Extreme G 2 F-1 World Grand Prix F Zero Hexen Holy Magic Century Lylatwars Mario Kart 64 Mischief Makers Perfect Dark Pokemon Snap Star Wars: Episode 1 - Racer Super Mario 64 Top Gear Rally Turok: Dinosaur Hunter Turok 2 Seeds of Evil Turok Rage Wars - I couldn't get this to start up, I have tried cleaning it with no luck V-Rally 99 Wetrix Wipeout 64 Yoshi's Story Zelda, The Legend of - Majora's Mask Zelda, The Legend of - Ocarina of Time Gameboy colour: F1 World Grand Prix Micro Machines 1+2 Twin Turbo Missile Command Tiny Toon Adventures: Dizzy's Candy Quest Dreamcast: This is about half my collection, I probably won't have much more left to sell from this system - I never really got a chance to collect for it Hydro Thunder Test Drive V-Rally (V Rally Expert Edition 2) Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation Toy Racer Virtua Striker 2 Virtua Tennis Playstation 2 / PS2: Almost all are complete with instructions 4x4 Evo Arsenal Football Club Battlefield 2 - Modern Combat CALL OF DUTY 2 - BIG RED ONE CALL OF DUTY 3 Driver - Parallel Lines Endgame Extermination Fifa Football 2003 Fifa Football 2004 Fifa Football 2005 Fifa Street Fifa Street 2 Formula One 2001 Formula One 2002 God of War God of War 2 Jak & Daxter - The Precursor Legacy Jak X LARA CROFT - TOMB RAIDER - THE ANGEL OF DARKNESS Naval Ops - Warship Gunner Need for Speed: Most Wanted Primal Pro Evolution Soccer 5 Pro Evolution Soccer 6 Quake III Revolution Ratchet and Clank Ratchet and Clank 2 Ratchet and Clank 3 Smash Cars SSX Summoner 2 Super Bust-a-Move 2 Tekken Tag Tournament Tetris Worlds Theme Park World Gameboy Advance / GBA The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past and Four Swords - battery never worked, needs replacing. I have replaced a pokemon battery, so I might be able to do this for you. The Simpsons: Road Rage The Urbz: Sims in the City X-Men: The Official Game Gamecube: 1080 Avalanche Agent Under Fire Bloody Roar: Primal Fury - no cover on box Die Hard: Vendetta - no cover on box Gauntlet Dark Legacy James Bond 007: Nightfire - no cover on box Mario Party 4 Mario Party 5 Star Fox Adventures Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 Tony Hawk's Underground Turok: Evolution Wario World - this doesn't work. needs a cleanup but never got round to it X box / Xbox original: Beat Down: Fists of Vengeance Capcom Fighting Jam (PAL) / Capcom Fighting Evolution DRIV3R Far Cry Instincts: Evolution FireBlade Getting Up Gun Lord of the Rings, The: The Return of the King NBA 2k3 NBA Live 2005 - US copy, does NOT work on PAL systems Spartan: Total Warrior Toca Race Driver 2 Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon 2 Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter True Crime: New York City True Crime: Streets of LA World Snooker Championship 2005 Nintendo DS: Farm life Playstation Portable / PSP: Archer Maclean's Mercury Daxter Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition Star Wars Battle Front 2 Star Wars Lethal Alliance Yu Gi Oh GX Tag Force X box 360: Aliens vs. Predator Batman Arkham City Battlestations: Midway Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII Chromehounds Destiny Fifa 13 - no cover on box Ghost Recon Future Soldier Golden Compass Medal of Honor Airborne Medal of Honor Warfighter Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Need for Speed Carbon Need for Speed Prostreet Project Gotham Racing 3 Skate 3 Shrek the Third Tomb Raider World Championship Off Road Racing - this is listed as a different name sometimes I believe Nintendo Wii: Game Party Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Mario Party 8 Playstation 3 / PS3: Ashes Cricket 2009 Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood Deadpool Fifa 11 Fifa 14 NBA 2k11 Syndicate Turok X COM Nintendo Wii U: NBA 2013 Pikmin 3 Rise of the Guardians Splinter Cell Playstation 4 / PS4: Batman Arkham Knight Call of Duty Modern Warfare Friday the 13th the Game Need for Speed Plants vs Zombies GW2
  4. So im a huge fan of bootleg/obscure hardware, and two of my favorites pieces of my collection are these old 1993 Megadrive clones i bought. The first one is a Nasa New 16 bit, the clone lacks a lot of features like the headphone jack and the MegaCD port, and is incompatible with the 32x and some multitaps, but the console has a great built quality. The second one is the infamous Kw-501, which i was kinda disappointed that the built quality was very bad, but the console has most of the features the Nasa lacks. Any of you guys owns an old Megadrive clone or similar?
  5. Though I've posted about my channel and videos before, I figured keeping a central place in one thread would make more since. While I have done more videos than I will likely ever post in here, I thought it would be good to start off with my 40th official video for my channel and to start off April right. I present my unboxing and game play review for the Neo Games home-brew release of the limited boxed edition of Spies in the Night for the Atari 2600! Enjoy and thank you for watching!
  6. Someone in the TRS-80 MC-10 camp found a bunch of new games for that computer, and as it turns out the developer Inufuto has made available versions for a long range of mainly Japanese home computers, but also some others: MSX, NEC PC-6001, PC-8001, PC-8801, PC-8001mkII, PC-8001mkIISR, Sharp MZ-80B, MZ-2200, MZ-1500, Sharp X1, Toshiba Pasopia 7, Fujitsu FM-7, Hitachi MB-6890, MB-6885 Jr, National/Panasonic JR-100, JR-200, Bandai RX-78, Sony SMC-777, Casio PV-1000, PV-2000, Casio FP-1100, Mitsubishi MULTI8, Sega SC-3000, Sega Master System, Sord M5, ZX Spectrum, Apple II, C64 Japan, VIC-1001, TRS-80 MC-10, TRS-80 CoCo Many of these models may be almost unheard of in the west, but at least some like MSX, Apple II, C64 (though Japanese version), VIC-20 (VIC-1001), the MC-10 and CoCo should be accessible natively. Aerial: http://inufuto.web.fc2.com/8bit/aerial/ Battlot: http://inufuto.web.fc2.com/8bit/battlot/ Bootskell: http://inufuto.web.fc2.com/8bit/bootskell/ Cavit: http://inufuto.web.fc2.com/8bit/cavit/ Impetus: http://inufuto.web.fc2.com/8bit/impetus/ Mazy: http://inufuto.web.fc2.com/8bit/mazy/ Neuras: http://inufuto.web.fc2.com/8bit/neuras/ Ruptus: http://inufuto.web.fc2.com/8bit/ruptus/ He may have made additional games, but those were the ones I found out. Given the wide range of formats, most likely those are made with a cross compiler, perhaps CROSS-LIB or something similar?
  7. Looking for modern console carry case options. [2600, 5200, 7800, Colecovision, Intellivision, SEGA Master System 1/2 etc...] Also, console carry cases for the mini systems. I have hard shell console cases Genesis, Dreamcast, Jaguar and a couple soft shell cases. But looking at the absurd prices that some of the cases are going for (and don't get me started on shipping costs). I'm looking for more modern less expensive options like Naki G-pak cases. The older larger systems like the Colecovision are hard to find carry case options that fit the system & accessories. What do you use? Thanks
  8. In 1976, Sega released the game "Heavyweight Champ". It is called the first fighting game in gaming history. Like Computer Space, this historical game has not been dumped to MAME yet. The issue is that there is a lack of chips. Can we get this game archived and playable for everyone? If there is still some of these machines left.
  9. 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
  10. Have a multicard for the Magnavox Odyssey from @Boojakascha and @Mikebloke and got a handle for it from Laserbear. Took measurements and with the new handle, it's about 11cm x 9cm, and about 1.5 cm thick. I'm looking for a hard case or possibly a shock box to store it, ideally with a little bit of extra space, so I can line the case with antistatic plastic to protect the PCB Does anyone have any ideas on what the most similar cartridge would be in terms of size? (NES, SNES, Megadrive...?) Or if repurposing one of those wouldn't work, does anyone make custom cases that would fit it? Thanks!
  11. My collection. 30+ years in the making. Yes, these are dust proof, moisture proof tubs. Most systems are not new, but I like to keep them dust free. 82 systems counting the vintage original systems and the modern minis / classics. Not including the 20+ Plug and Play systems. You could get technical and say an Atari 1040 STE and a Mega STE are essentially the same thing, but for the system count's sake, I did not group them. I have not focused on handheld systems, but they have crept into the collection through awesome finds and trades. And, yes, my chair is lame. My father made the large toybox for my children when the first one was born, and I had it re-upolstered with Arcade Logo fabric when they got too old for a toybox. It houses all kinds of extra cables and connectivity items required to get various systems working with various monitors or TVs. For the monitors / TVs, I have a PS3 3D TV, a Dell MutiSync Monitor (for the Atari STs and Amiga), an Atari ST monochrome and an Atari ST color monitor, a 4K TV, a 215 pound Sony Trinitron WEGA TV and finally a Sharp curved CRT good for the light guns. I have a broken Emerson Arcadia 2001 and Microvision, so they are counted in the total. Next items that I'm still working to get: Playstation 5 Xbox Series X Philips CDi Emerson Arcadia 2001Gameboy Color Amstrad 6128 Sinclair ZX Spectrum I started my collection with unique vintage controllers and then modded controllers for various systems, then adapters or adapted controllers that allow just about any system to use any controller, then finally modded systems. Not all systems are modded, but the vast majority of them have something that has modernized them in a user and game-library friendly way. Most Unique is probably the Amiga 1200 in a PC case with modern cooling, USB ports, CD32 capabilty, and Flash Drives. Favorites: The 800XL was my first computer and bought earning $3.10 an hour in a Target warehouse, so I am attached to it. I still love the Super Nintendo's hand drawn sprite games. Thanks for letting me share!
  12. Instead of working on the dozen or so projects that I have started, I decided the other day to delve into SecondBASIC programming for the Genesis. For those that don't know SecondBASIC http://www.sbasic.net/ is a BASIC language developed by Second Dimension. It is in active development and appears to be fairly robust. My biggest gripe is that there are virtually no programming examples for it. Commands are documented and a few code snippets come with the development environment but that's about it. I decided to help rectify this situation by writing a simple Snake game and commenting the hell out of it. The game uses the text functions only (i.e. no shape tiles) and has two very simple sounds. I've tested it with the Fusion 3.64 emulator and everything appears to work as intended. I can't seem to find my flash cart so if someone could test it on real hardware that would be much appreciated. While coding the game I did run into a couple of things. First, I did not see any mention of multi-dimensional arrays on the SecondBASIC site although they are supported. I did only test with 2 dimensional arrays, however. Second, I had to use another program to fix the checksum on the binary. Otherwise, fusion would throw up a checksum error whenever I tested the binary. I ended up using Fix Checksum https://www.romhacking.net/utilities/342/ to correct it. Third, at one point during coding I tried to do an animated spinner using the string: "\|/-" to no avail. Older guys will recognize this as a cursor used by many on the Apple II and C64. Not that big of a deal that it didn't work but I did find it a little odd. I believe the "\" is used by SecondBASIC to denote something, possibly "\n" for newline, etc. Even when I tried to build the string using chr$, 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
  13. I borrowed an Atari/Sega adapter for my Intellivision 2 and Telegames Super Video Arcade consoles from a friend last month, and got some interestimg results. This particular adapter was made by Grips03 back about 3 1/2 years ago, and it really is opening opening up new possibilities for controlling games on the Intellivision- with even some very cool mice and trackballs. Check it out:
  14. That's all it is. Just a look at my collection!
  15. My Retro/Vintage Gaming Hobby I Am a Child from the Dawn of the Video Game Age Taking a side trip here away from my adventures here. Anyone who knows me personally, can attest that I am somewhat of a geek and so it’s no surprise that I became an mechanical/aerospace engineer by trade. With that stated, I always had an interest in building things and tinkering with electronics, etc.. As I was growing up in the 70's I was fortunate to experience and be able to participate in the dawn of a new era. It all started simple enough with my father coming back from a business trip in Texas one year with one of the first ever digital calculators. I was hooked. I loved the display, the tactile feel of the buttons and the ease of use. I was further inspired when I saw advanced calculators becoming available and even into my high school and college years where I always had to have the latest programmable calculators for my science, math and eventually engineering courses. Now this seems pretty minor in this day and age, but back then, looong before cell phones, home computers, high level object oriented programming languages, etc.. this was an exciting era for me. Read more here... http://rubikonadventures.blogspot.com... A long time friend of mine came by for a visit one day and asked if it was OK to shoot video of my old video game collection and my "man cave" where I hibernate during the winter months when I am not out exploring. Enjoy another facet of my persona here: https://youtu.be/818OZog0Y4I Me Meeting Nolan Bushnell, Founder of Atari and founder of the industry.
  16. 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/
  17. 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?
  18. 2 Sega's and 7 Usg's... I do like the White usgames more than the black i think... Even if the blacks are nicer, maybe because of the cartoon images on the whites... still Need to restore name this game thou...
  19. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0p3zksQlFSQ I love X-men games, but this one has always been my favorite. The video is some highlights from our playthrough, but watch the whole thing if you want. I really wish Gambit had a better jump...he would have been my main throughout the game. Oddly enough, when I talk about this game, not many people have an idea of what i'm talking about. The ability to play as Magneto blew my damn mind as a kid. Safe to say I never made it to the end of the game as a kid either. Thanks for watching! -Jared from Player Ready
  20. NOTE: PLEASE READ THIS FULLY SO THERE ISN'T ANY CONFUSION. I TRIED TO MAKE THIS AS USER FRIENDLY AS POSSIBLE. Intro This was a project that I had mostly completed a while ago, but decided to revisit recently to do one last revision. Thanks to @bluejay for being the one to show my 2nd revision to y'all a few months ago! Sonic 1 had a stellar soundtrack. One unique thing about the way it was made made was that, the OST's main composer, Masato Nakamura, used actual instruments and synthesizers for each song, and only after that would Sega's sound team rework each track to work on the Mega Drive's FM chip. These original recordings (as in the ones that were made before the music was reworked for the Genesis) are known as "Demo Tracks", and they were later released under the "Sonic The Hedgehog 1 & 2 Soundtrack" CD album by Dreams Come True. Here's what Green Hill Zone sounds like: Pretty sick, right? I remember thinking to myself: "It would be so cool if I could manage to get these songs to play in-game!". And by using an open-source Sega CD port of Sonic 1 from http://info.sonicretro.org/Sonic_the_Hedgehog_1_for_SegaCD, I made my dream a reality by creating my own build that uses the Demo music from that album! Keep in mind, I've ripped all of the songs from that album myself via my own personal CD copy of it, so I can confirm that absolutely zero audio compression has been made to the music, and each song is in its original .WAV Redbook Audio quality! No MP3s or OGGs are used here. The only thing I did was extend the length of each song. The main Zone themes, the Special Stage theme, and the Boss themes have been extended to be 10 minutes long. This is because Redbook Audio has the fundamental flaw, in that, it can't seamlessly loop audio tracks after they end. My solution was to edit in my own seamless loops via Audacity, and have them play longer than the game's 10 minute level timer so you'd never hear the track end within normal play. This comes with the cost of the music taking up quite a bit of storage space. As for the music that the album didn't have such as the drowning theme and the power-up theme, I've used the drowning music from Sonic Adventure on the Dreamcast, and a small clip from the instrumental version of You Can Do Anything from the Sonic CD Japanese OST. But anyway, with the introduction out of the way, lemme briefly talk about which version you are going to want to download depending on what you're using to play this. NOTE: USA BIOS IS REQUIRED! Emulation and EverDrive PRO/Mega SD A couple of things to note beforehand: - I've only been able to get this to work on Kega Fusion. As of right now, it does NOT work with Retroarch, but it may work with other standalone Emulators. (this is actually mentioned on the Sonic Retro page for the port) - For the Mega SD, you might need to rename the .WAV files to .BIN and update the cuesheet to have the WAV files instead listed as "BINARY". This is very easy to do, and you can use Google as a quick reference if you have trouble figuring it out. - The EverDrive PRO setup is the simplest. Just drag the folder onto your SD card and load it from there. As long as you have the USA Sega CD Bios located in the folder that the EverDrive expects, it should load without any issues as long as you at least have MEGAOS V4.01 installed or later. Sonic 1 - Sega CD Port FULL This build includes the full 10 minute songs. So if you're not using a burned CD-R with an actual Sega CD, this is the version to go with. However, this build is also considerably larger, being about 1 GB in size uncompressed. Which is obviously too big to fit on even the largest CD-Rs. If you wanna play this on a burned CD-R you need to use the version below: Burned CD-R On Actual SEGA CD Hardware This build was designed with 650 MB CD-Rs or higher in mind. As such, sacrifices needed to be made. All songs don't run as long, and will eventually fade out and restart. (you can find the length for each song in the README). With that said, I did my best to make the most out of the storage limitations; this version is 648 MB in size, just barely enough. So as long as your CD burning software doesn't add any extra data, it should fit just fine. Speaking of which, here's what you need to know if you're gonna use this version: - As listed earlier, both versions expect the USA Bios and won't boot otherwise. Meaning, this game won't launch unless you're using a USA Sega CD. Alternatively, if you have an EU or JP system, you can use a flashcart to Bios-swap. (check the manual of your flashcart beforehand to make sure it supports it). - You'll need to have a basic level of knowledge of how Sega CD game burning works. Be sure to check Youtube and/or the manual for your CD burning software to familiarize yourself with this. I can't really give a guide because the process on how to do this can vary depending on what software you're using. - You must use a CD-R, as CD-RWs will NOT work. - Be sure to set the writing speed to 2x in your CD burner software. Sonic 1 - Sega CD Port (burned CD version) Conclusion I think I've said all that I need to! If you're having any issues, feel free to describe your issue in this thread, and we can try troubleshooting. I or someone else will be willing to help you out. This project was a lot of fun to do, and it was very cool to see these songs finally being played in-game at their original quality. I hope everyone who sees this thread gets something out of it, and enjoys playing this as much as I enjoyed making it! Credits Don't forget to check these guys out! They're pretty cool, and this wouldn't be possible without them! http://info.sonicretro.org/Sonic_the_Hedgehog_1_for_SegaCD - all credit goes to the people listed in the description. Massive thanks to the technical geniuses who coded this port. "Dreams Come True" - property owner for both the Sonic 1 and Sonic 2 OST. Sega Enterprises, Ltd. - property owner for Sonic The Hedgehog. No copyright infringement intended.
  21. 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
  22. 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
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