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The Adventures of the Pink Panther for Colecovision Proto!

by MoNsTeRzKHAOS Tue Jun 25, 2013 4:22 pm

A retro game store near me had someone come in with a prototype of The Adventure of the Pink Panther for Colecovision which has been only rumored to exist for 30 years it's awesome to see games still being discovered today especially in my area!

Link to story - http://www.videogamechangers.com/2013/0 ... -to-exist/
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Re: The Adventures of the Pink Panther for Colecovision Prot

by Retrodude Thu Jun 27, 2013 8:26 am

That's awesome. Now we need to get someone to dump the rom so maybe Atari Age can do a repro cart (I know they usually only do Atari stuff, but I'm sure they'd make an exception for this one).
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Re: The Adventures of the Pink Panther for Colecovision Prot

by KalessinDB Mon Jul 08, 2013 2:10 am

Does Collectorvision still do repros? I don't really keep up on repros, I've concentrated on flash carts so far, but I know they used to...
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Re: The Adventures of the Pink Panther for Colecovision Prot

by botolo Tue Jul 09, 2013 8:38 pm

Now this will drive you crazy.

When I was a kid my dad worked at CBS Italy and he was the director of the video games section. He brought me all the video games they were selling at that time, Intellivision and Colecovision. Well, I am 99% sure that I still have at home a couple of cartridges with no title on it, they were some sort of beta version of games or prototypes.

The problem? These things are in my house in Italy but now I live in the US. I will check these things next Christmas when I'll be back to Italy for holidays :)
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