Went to see Ready Player One with Mini S and was pleasantly surprised about how much the 2600 featured. We both enjoyed the movie. Not mind-blowing, but fun.
As far as the eBay prices of Adventure - if you go by the values shown on www.pricecharting.com it appears that the sold listing have not increased massively other than a few that have Ready Player One in the title. So only a few shmucks got conned so far
Regarding Jungle hunt - I did not know about jumping higher by pushing the joystick up ! I should have studied the manual in more detail. I will try again and see if I can get past those pesky cannibals easier.
And Sir Dudley's watch - I think it shows a cannibal in a mask and grass skirt. Doesn't look like Betty Boop to me !
I think the biggest problem with this game is the uneven difficulty curve. If I could get through the first round of screens a bit easier and it then the difficulty increased gradually, I'd want to spend more time playing the game.
Chris (Night Driver) gave a very Freudian feedback entry I recommend some intense therapy. And don't play Sneak N Peak - very disturbing !
Finally - I was going to add a Tarzan cry to the end of my audio segment, shouting "FEEEEEEERRRRRRRRRGG!!" in the same way. It was too late though and my feeble test recordings of it were laughable. Nice idea, but I sadly didn't carry it through
Robot City Arcade & retro game shop in Binghamton, NY has a working cab of the game. Baby Pac-Man too! Quite a few old Atari cabs in fact. There's another arcade called Moonwalker's in Vestal, NY not far from there as well (6 miles).