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Collection Stats:
28 systems
21 models

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Atari 2600 VCS (x2)
Atari 5200
Atari 7800
Bentley Compu-vision
Coleco Telstar Alpha
Colecovision (x2)
Mattel Intellivision
MB Microvision
Nintendo DS
Super NES
Nintendo Wii (x2)
Odyssey2 (x2)
Sega Dreamcast (x2)
Sega Game Gear
Sega Genesis
Sega Master System (x2)
Sony Playstation
XBOX 360 (x2)


Updated 1997-08-23
Company/Released :Coleco
CPU :Z-80A (8 Bit)
Misc Peripherals :Super Action Controllers (x2)
Expansion Module #1 - Atari 2600 Addon
Expansion Module #2 - Driving Controller
Expansion Module #3 - Adam Computer
History :11/15/96 : Acquired for $36 with super action controllers, driving controller and 9 carts.
05/26/97 : Picked up a second system with Expansion Module #1 for $14.97.
06/06/97 : Cosmic Avenger, Frogger for $1.98.
06/30/97 : Centipede and Burgertime with docs for $9.00.
08/23/97 : Acquired an Expansion #3 (Adam Computer) with keyboard and one controller for $5.00.


BurgerTime Data East
Carnival Coleco
Centipede Atarisoft
Cosmic Avenger Coleco
Donkey Kong Coleco
Donkey Kong Junior Coleco
Frogger Coleco
Ladybug Coleco
Mouse Trap Coleco
Mr. Do! Coleco
Super Action Baseball Coleco
Turbo Coleco
Zaxxon Coleco


Mattel Electronics pushed their Intellivision as having better graphics than the king, the Atari 2600. This came back to bite them when Coleco released the Colecovision and ads compared its graphics as better than the Intellivision. Coleco also released several different controller types for different games. The Driving Controller with gas petal and steering wheel and the Super Action Controllers, probabiliy the best game controllers ever, are just two examples.

Related Links

Norman G. Sippel's Coleco Vision Homepage!
Colecovision FAQ

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