[Coladam] Coladam Digest, Vol 69, Issue 10
kjpmail at gmail.com
Tue Mar 29 00:03:41 CEST 2011
The following thread seems to be the one that you referred to:
However, the posts in that thread circa 2011 appear to wind down into
people not being able to find a copy of the game or get in touch with
the person who made it.
Is there a way to get directly in contact with the person who made it
and/or released it?
> Date: Mon, 28 Mar 2011 02:53:20 +0100 (BST)
> From: Daniel Bienvenu <newcoleco at yahoo.fr>
> Subject: [Coladam] Re : Mario Bros. and other new games
> To: coladam at adamcon.org
> Message-ID: <697911.1287.qm at web25607.mail.ukl.yahoo.com>
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> > Can anyone confirm this or provide more
> > information?? Is it possible to obtain these games in
> > a file format compatible with AdamEm?
> Answer short... maybe. Because these games are not my work, I'll not provide any of these rom files myself. But I can tell you how you can find at least one of them.
> Well, the games you are refering to were (or still are) published by CollectorVision from the following web site.
> The way this guy operates, he pay someone to program a game and so on to release new games for the ColecoVision. After selling all the copies (between 50 and 100), the guy sometimes drop a note on AtariAge forums at the ColecoVision section to tell us when a game is sold out, or (at least for one game) make a rom file available if you write to him.
> Since AtariAge is attacked by trolls and nasty hackers, you need to register (create an account) and wait for the admin approval to start using the forums... which may take some time. When done, search for the ColecoVision section and look for thread of the new homebrew game you are interested in to see if rom files are available. There is a thread telling you how to get Mario Bros for CV as a rom file.
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