Bally Astrocade Virtual boy (full collection both US and Japan) Coleco Telstar Combat Atari Stunt Cycle Sega Saturn Atari 7800 RCA Studio II (trying to get one back now that I have a multicart so I can do a podcast on it ) Coleco Telstar Marksman Atari 800 Channel F Model 1 with all released carts plus both demo carts. now I only have a Channel F System II with a mulitcart
And I still plan on downsizing. Next on the chopping block is the Sega Master System and some of the games and the SNES system and some of its games.
Last Edit: Dec 27, 2016 10:06:10 GMT -5 by johnreder
Check out the Atari 2600 Games I created! Shield Shifter*, Strip-Off*, K.C.'s Crazy Nightmare!, Strip-Off 2, Handy Pick Hank, and UFO. I also created some Game Boy Advance, Android, Windows and DOS games. My top game was/is A.I. Wars (the insect mind), a game where you program a Cybug and send it into battle! Also, check out my program Text Adventure Studio ALL FREE! * look for these on the Atari Flashback 5, 6, 7 and Portable. Improved portable ROMs can also be found on my site.
Me too ! I didn't have any problems getting the SD card working. Just unzipped the file on that thread and away I went. So cool to have these games to play anywhere (if I ever manage to get some time to actually play them ! )
Atari Pong (original model) Atari 2600 Heavy Sixer Atari 2600 Light Sixer Atari 2600 Jr. Atari XEGS Atari 7800 Atari Lynx Atari Jaguar Commodore 64 Commodore 64 C Magnavox Odyssey2 Microsoft Xbox Microsoft Xbox 360 Microsoft Xbox One NeoGeo AES (with BIOS installed) NeoGeo Pocket NintendoNES (x3) Analogue NT (Blue) Nintendo GameBoy (x2) Nintendo GameBoy Pocket Nintendo SNES Jr. Nintendo 64 Nintendo GameCube Nintendo Wii Nintendo Wii U Nintendo GameBoy Advance Nintendo GameBoy Advance SP (NES Edition) Nintendo DS Nintendo DSi Nintendo New 3DS XL Sega Master System Sega Genesis Sega CD (Model 2) Sega GameGear (x2) Sega Saturn Sega Dreamcast Sony PSone (the little one...I guess their first slim?) Sony PS2 Slim Sony PS3 Slim Sony PS4 Slim Sony PSP Sony Vita Texas Instruments TI99 4A (Redesigned one) Vectrex (OH YEAH)
Flashbacks- Coleco, Intellivision, Atari Portable
Bonus Arcade Cabs: Pac-Man's Arcade Party, Centipede with Super Pac-Man PCB but with a burnt out monitor (need Willie to come down and help fix it!)
Holy crap...just listing them all makes me understand why my wife thinks I am crazy...
Last Edit: Jan 25, 2017 5:54:41 GMT -5 by kevino: Oh, how could I have forgotten the Odyssey2 when I first wrote this list? Then again, that is pretty apropos for the Odyssey2 :)
For a while -- at least the past several months -- I've wanted a Sears Video Arcade heavy sixer. I bid on an eBay auction on a Sears sixer that had a pretty cheap bid, with the "I have no way to test this" disclaimer (plausible, actually, because the seller had no games). I figured hey, it's cheap enough, even if it doesn't work I can probably use it for parts or learn how to fix it. It arrived, and...it was a LIGHT sixer -- it was just a dim picture that kind of made it look like a heavy sixer, but you know what? I might want to keep it anyway, I still like it.
Connected it to the TV, plugged in the power supply, flipped the switch, and...nothin'. Changed the channel and channel selector...nothing.
Meanwhile...I've had a 2600 power supply laying around not in use -- because before this I didn't own a 2600 for a while to use it with! -- and I literally couldn't even *give* that power supply away. Even had it on the table at Midwest Gaming Classic with a note saying "FREE!" and no takers! Anyhoo...tried that power suppply, and...*poof!* Juno First fires up REALLY nicely! Plugged in one of the controllers....awww, man, PERFECT. Seriously, the CX-40 it came with was 100% solid...just absolutely perfect.
Aaaaaand....to add to that: the seller used plastic store bags as stuffing...which was just the icing on the cake (or is it frosting??)...because we have a dog. And we need plastic bags for...scooping. And here in Chicago good ol' Rahm just enacted a 7-cents-per-bag tax, meaning if you go to the store and need a bag, they charge you for the bag, so you gotta bring your own if you need one...and my wife and I are NOT going to line Tiny Dancer's pockets. So...having all those plastic bags made me quite happy!
Also recently...Jimmy G/Inky and I are going to have a Pie Factory Podcast/Atari 7800 Homebrew Podcast table at Midwest Gaming Classic. I figured it'd really be nice to have a backup 7800 that I could just easily pack for a video game show (we'll also probably be at Video Game Summit) as necessary, or if someone's having an Atari party (actually happens from time to time!)...or if I just plain fry my 7800. Same situation: bid on a low-bid 7800 with the "UNTESTED" disclaimer. 7800 arrives -- packed with a buttload of bubble wrap and some plastic bags again (woohoo!)...and this thing, once again, plays beautifully! Kind of like my previous one, it has neither an expansion port nor a cut-out for one, and it played The Activision Decathlon (which I understand many 7800s will NOT do)...and I was reminded how tight the cartridge slot is...so I have to modify that thing as I did with my other 7800 ten years ago.
And I sold off my RetroDuo Portable and put the money toward a GPD-XD and have been doing a lot of handheld MAME on that sucker...also play some SNES and N64 stuff on it.
So yeah...right now my count is: - Two (most likely) very late model Atari 7800s - One Sears Video Arcade light sixer - GPD-XD handheld - And if you want to count this because I only use it for gaming: an Atari 600XL hacked to 64k RAM.
And I swear, that's IT for consoles for me. No more. Unless maybe if the Intellivision Flashback 2 allows you to add ROMs to it, as does the Atari Flashback Portable.