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I've decided to put my nearly complete boxed Atari 5200 collection up for sale. I'm only missing a few of the big ticket items. At the moment I'm not looking for trades and I'm NOT breaking this up. Truth be told I'm not 100% sure I want to sell this collection since it's so nice, but I might if the offer is good enough. So if you're interested in the entire thing, make me a good offer.

 

Boxed Games

All games are complete and in good condition unless noted. Please note that many games did not come with overlays.

Atari

 

Ballblazer

Berzerk

Centipede – Top flap has creases

Choplifter

Countermeasure – Box has minor crushing. Missing one overlay.

Defender – Top flap has tear

Dig Dug

Football (not RS) – Missing Home Team Playbook and Overlays.

Galaxian – Sealed!

Gremlins

Joust

Jungle Hunt

Kangaroo

Mario Bros

Missile Command

Moon Patrol – Box is rough

Ms. Pac-Man

Pac-Man

Pengo

Pole Position

Qix

Realsports Baseball

Realsports Football – Top flap has creases

Realsports Soccer

Realsports Tennis

Rescue on Fractalus

Soccer (not RS)

Space Dungeon – Includes holder. Box has creases

Space Invaders

Star Raiders

Star Raiders (dark blue thin line box variation)

Super Breakout – Sealed!

Vanguard

 

 

Parker Bros.

 

Astrochase

Frogger

Frogger II

Gyruss (Flip Top Box)

James Bond 007

Montezuma’s Revenge

Mr. Do’s Castle – Box has water damage

Popeye – Box variation with no contest offer

Popeye – Comes with unused scratch off ticket

Q*Bert

Star Wars: The Arcade Game (Flip Top Box) – No instructions, box has crushing

Super Cobra

 

 

Others

Miner: 2049er

Quest for Quintana Roo

Meteorites

 

 

 

Sega

Buck Rogers

Congo Bongo

Star Trek

 

 

 

CBS

Blueprint

Gorf

K-Razy Shootout (no overlays) - Not sure if this ever had overlays

Mountain King

Wizard of Wor (no overlays) - Not sure if this ever had overlays

 

 

Activision

 

Beamrider – No Cart! Box and Instructions only.

Dreadnaught Factor

HERO – Missing bottom box flap and plastic insert

Kaboom

Keystone Kapers

Megamania

Pitfall

Pitfall II – Has bottom box flap

River Raid

Space Shuttle (includes overlays – Has bottom box flap

Zone Ranger – Has bottom box flap

 

 

Homebrews

 

Xari Arena

Adventure II

Koffi: The Yellow Kopter (signed)

 

 

 

Loose Games

 

Decathlon

Dig Dug - Stretched 5200 logo variation

Miner 2049er – Gold foil variation

Q*Bert - Has Intellivision label. Factory mix up!

Return of the Jedi: Death Star Battle

Robotron 2084

Vanguard - No name varition

Zaxxon

Zenji

Zone Ranger - Silver Telegames variation

 

 

 

Hardware

Masterplay 5200 Joystick Interface - Boxed!

REI Starcon Joystick - Only 100 or so were made

5200 Power Adapter - Boxed!

2600 Adapter

2-Port Diagnostic Board - This is used injunction with the SALT diagnostic cartridge

4-Port Diagnostic Board - This is used injunction with the SALT diagnostic cartridge

Wico Command Control Joystick - Includes Y Cable

Wico Keypad (goes with Wico Joystick)

Competition Pro Joystick

 

 

 

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Wow I would love to buy your collection but I don't think I have a few grand to offer right now. If you do decide to sell certain parts separately I am interested in the

 

Masterplay 5200 Joystick Interface - Boxed!,

Wico Command Control Joystick - Includes Y Cable, Wico Keypad,

Meteorites.

Miner: 2049er

Quest for Quintana Roo

 

Anyway best wishes from the Atari 5200 Podcast :).

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Yea, beautiful eyecandy Tempest!

 

Wow amazing collection!

 

I found this site, must be new, not sure how accurate or legit it is.

 

http://gamevaluenow.com/atari-5200

 

I have no affiliation with the site, but I do use it all the time and the site owner/admin is a very nice guy. He started a thread here about his 2600 list:

http://atariage.com/forums/topic/258894-looking-for-some-feedback-on-my-recently-updated-2600-game-list/

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I agree that Tempest should try and sell it all at once if he can.

 

But should you decide otherwise, I could really use that Beamrider box and manual to go with my loose cart?

 

Wouldn't mind those 2port and 4port loopback boards you have also. But I think you might still be able to get these from Best...I should check on that...

 

I too lack Meteorites but I know that will be way beyond my allowed limit during the holidays LOL!

 

Good luck with it Matt!

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I agree that Tempest should try and sell it all at once if he can.

 

But should you decide otherwise, I could really use that Beamrider box and manual to go with my loose cart?

 

Wouldn't mind those 2port and 4port loopback boards you have also. But I think you might still be able to get these from Best...I should check on that...

 

I too lack Meteorites but I know that will be way beyond my allowed limit during the holidays LOL!

 

Good luck with it Matt!

 

Hi, can you kindly tell me what the 2port and 4port loopback boards are for? Thanks.

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Hi, can you kindly tell me what the 2port and 4port loopback boards are for? Thanks.

 

You use them with the Diagnostic cart to test the cartridge ports and for calibrating the pokey for centering the controllers without actually plugging in controllers. Using them is the only real sure fire way to calibrate the controller ports properly. without them, you use best guess using a few games like Missile Command...etc to see where the crosshair lines up when first powering on the game.

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You use them with the Diagnostic cart to test the cartridge ports and for calibrating the pokey for centering the controllers without actually plugging in controllers. Using them is the only real sure fire way to calibrate the controller ports properly. without them, you use best guess using a few games like Missile Command...etc to see where the crosshair lines up when first powering on the game.

 

Thanks

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Are you sure you want to sell it? Got a good reason?

 

No and No. I have a multi-cart so I don't need the physical carts anymore. They just sit there on my shelf looking pretty, but that's about it. Money is always nice, useful for many things.

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