Thursday, February 26, 2015

Super Mario All Stars SNES

The Super Mario All Stars version of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System was nothing more than a normal console bundled with the Super Mario All Stars cartridge in a colourful box. And, yes, said All Stars cart includes Super Mario Bros 1, 2, 3 and Lost Levels all updated with shiny 16-bit graphics for the SNES era.

You can bid on a PAL, boxed version of the Super Mario All Stars SNES console on eBay. It comes with one controller, the necessary leads and the All Stars cartridge. Seller ships to most of Europe, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Russia and Japan.

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

VTech's Laser 200 Color Computer

Released in 1983, the Laser 200 Color Computer may have not been a technological breakthrough, but it was one of the cheapest 8-bit micros of the era and also one that could output colour graphics. Designed in Honk Kong around the Z80A, the computer came with Microsoft's BASIC in ROM, 8kb of RAM and the ability to display up to nine colours. VTech's micro was also launched as the TX8000 in the UK and the rather famous Dick Smith VZ 200 in Australia and New Zealand.

To own one of these cute machines, you could always bid on this Laser 200 Color Computer eBay auction. The micro has been tested and is working, comes in its original box and is supplied complete with polly inserts, TV and tape leads, manuals, demo tape and power supply. Seller ships to Europe, United States, Japan, Canada and Australia.

Friday, February 20, 2015

Classic NES Console Bundle

This particular NES Bundle on eBay will allow you to bid on a finely preserved and fully working Nintendo Entertainment System that has had a new 72-pin connector installed. The console also comes with two new controllers, a light gun, new cables and power supply, the RF switch and four cartridges including the following games: Mario Bros., Duck Hunt, Pinball, Skate or Die and Major League Baseball.

Seller ships worldwide.

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Pitfall! by Activision (Atari 2600)

David Crane's Pitfall!, a game developed and published by Activision in 1982, is an excellent, genre defining offering that did some amazing things with the Atari 2600 hardware and remains both technically impressive and highly playable to this very day. It also sports some truly lovely box art, but so do all of Activision's early games.

To enjoy it in its original cartridge form and grab a lovely collectible for your game-shelf, you can bid on this Pitfall! (Atari 2600) eBay auction. It's the International Edition of the things and comes in its box with manual. Seller ships worldwide.

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Torch Z80 Disc Pack for the BBC Micro

Sturdily built and encased in dark metal, the Torch Z80 Disc Pack was a way to substantially upgrade the BBC Micro. It added two 5.25" floppy disk drives and a Z80 co-processor to the computer, thus providing it with impressive for the time and price-range storage and processing capabilities. Also, you can grab an untested but most probably working Torch Z80 Disc Pack via this eBay auction.

Seller ships to the Americas, Europe, Asia and Australia.

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Sega Saturn Infrared Control Pads

Sega's very own wireless controllers for the Sega Saturn, complete in their original and rather lovely box with all the paperwork and required bits can be grabbed via this Saturn IR Pads eBay auction. You'll be bidding on two unused and essentially new controllers and the seller is shipping worldwide.

Friday, February 13, 2015

The Complete Ultima VII (PC)

Ultima VII, arguably the best installment in Origin's classic RPG series, complete with all its expansions and packaged in one hefty and still sealed box can be grabbed via this eBay auction for The Complete Ultima VII (MS-DOS). The box includes The Black Gate, Forge of Virtue, The Silver Seed and the masterpiece that is Serpent Isle.

Seller ships to most places worldwide.

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Commodore 65 Working Prototype

It would have been the most powerful 8-bit micro, but it was never meant to be as Commodore cancelled it in the early '90s. Still, a few working prototypes of the Commodore 65 or C64DX were crafted and we do now know that this computer would have been something between an Amiga and a C64.

It would have come with a powerful 8-bit custom CPU clocked at 3.54Mhz, a graphics chip that would be able to display 256 colours from a palette of 4096, stereo sound provided by dual SIDs, 128k of RAM, a 3.5" disk drive and a new and vastly improved BASIC. Oh, and it would also sport a C64 emulation mode too and all sorts of other improvements. You can find out more about the C65 here, here and here.

Also and as the wonderful people of Retro Collect discovered, a wonderfully preserved, working and ultra-rare Commodore 65 appeared on eBay. You can bid on it via this Commodore 65 / C64DX / C65 prototype auction. Seller ships worldwide.

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Toastrack fun: Sinclair ZX Spectrum 128

The 128k version of the ZX Spectrum didn't merely come with a few extra RAM chips. It sported a brand new audio chip, a BASIC sensible people could actually use and one of the most beautiful and sleek cases ever designed. Also, it failed to actually save Sinclair, but that's beside the point, the point being this lovely ZX Spectrum 128 up for auction on eBay.

The computer seems to be in excellent (and of course working) condition and the seller's shipping within the European Union.

Thursday, February 5, 2015

Epoch Super Cassettevision

An obscure, rare and quite wonderful beast, the oddly named and reassuringly cartridge-based Epoch Super Cassettevision was released in 1984 as the successor to the original Cassettevision. The console had 16K of video RAM and thus a palette of 512 colours, could handle up to 128 sprites, came with a RGB output and had roughly 30 games produced for it. Apparently, the Super Cassettevision was particularly good at shmups and arcade games.

Intrigued? Good, for you can grab a working, boxed console via this Epoch Super Cassettevision eBay auction. It is the Japanese NTSC version of the thing and comes with two controllers, power adapter and RF thingy.

Seller ships worldwide.

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

One auction, five classic Amiga games

If you are looking to expand your Amiga game collection, this 5 games eBay auction is something you should definitely look into. Not only does each game come complete in its box, but all games are of the highest quality.

You'll be getting classic sci-fi adventure Beneath a Steel Sky, genre-defining RTS Dune 2, stunning fantasy point-and-clicker The Legend of Kyrandia, fun platformer Joe & Mac: Caveman Ninja and isometric RPG HeroQuest II: Legacy of Sorasil.

Seller is shipping to the Americas, Europe, Japan and Australia.