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    Default Atari 2600 R10 or 90+ rarity meter

    these R10 games. its nearly close to impossible to find them sealed etc. what if you can get a R10 but in a loose condition without any manual or box and the cartridge seems dirty also.

    Is it good to take it for 30$?

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    Default Re: Atari 2600 R10 or 90+ rarity meter

    And i read somewhere about a Game Brain for the Atari 2600. any idea whats that.
    Moreover i stumbled upon a game by the name of T.U.G. The Unkown game for the atari 2600. any idea what is it. i cant find its record anywhere on this site.

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    Default Re: Atari 2600 R10 or 90+ rarity meter

    If you find a R10 in any condidion for 30 dollars you will wake up-its not gonna happen. By the way, some of those games dont have boxes, so a boxed collection is impossible. That would be Brain Games for the 2600, which is pretty common. Can you upload a pic of T.U.G.?

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    Default Re: Atari 2600 R10 or 90+ rarity meter

    Also note the version, I know that the Atari Rarity Guides are currently only for NTSC games, some games that are rare fro NTSC may not be as rare or valuable for PAL

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    Default Re: Atari 2600 R10 or 90+ rarity meter

    Oh thats cool, its a splitter so you can change games with a flick of a switch. Kinda pointless actually.

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    Default Re: Atari 2600 R10 or 90+ rarity meter

    Buy it, I have never seen it, it may be really rare. Atariage dosen't have info on it.

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    Default Re: Atari 2600 R10 or 90+ rarity meter

    ok thanks i will go for it

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    Default Re: Atari 2600 R10 or 90+ rarity meter

    Seems like it was a prototype and then someone made 25 copies of it?

    See this post in atariage:

    Preorder: "The Unknown Game" by Datatech - AtariAge Forums

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    Default Re: Atari 2600 R10 or 90+ rarity meter

    Yes that link surely explains it all. So you guys still think its worth buying ?

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    Default Re: Atari 2600 R10 or 90+ rarity meter

    Its certainly an interesting item if you're into buying stuff like that I think it would b a nice addition to a collection.

    On the other hand there are some people who collect only "official" games and dont bother with protos/homebrews

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    Default Re: Atari 2600 R10 or 90+ rarity meter

    thanks . that was helpful .

 

 

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