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February 21, 2017.
Source: ColecoVision.dk
Ralf at 0711Spiele in Germany now offers a Mod for the Super Game Module to allow using your REV A SGM to act on French CBS RGB consoles as well.
Currently the named revision do not work with RGB consoles.

February 18, 2017.
Source: AtariAge.com
For those people who has the F18A Graphic card installed in their ColecoVision or ADAM Computer System can now update their Module.
The current version is called 1.6 and has now been replaced by a new version 1.8
Matthew says that all newly sold F18A from February 2017 is updated with the latest software 1.8

February 14, 2017.
Source: AtariAge.com
Since September 2013 has Harvey deKleine worked on a kind of replacement board for the old ColecoVision.
Harvey call it ColecoVision 1.2
The project has been off and on several times, but his newest test of the board has now an working expansion port, SRAM for the VDP, SGM, and also the standard D Sub 9 inputs seems fine."
Next to test is ypbpr and the F18A.

February 14, 2017.
Source: AtariAge.com
Óscar Toledo Gutiérrez aka "nanochess" is have just started converting the game Uridium from MSX to our ColecoVision.
"nanochess" said inter alia: "Thanks to ARTRAG for providing the MSX source code, it makes it faster and easier to port the game."
Uridium will be distributed by: Team Pixelboy, by the end of this year, or in the beginning of 2018.

February 10, 2017.
Source: AtariAge.com
Opcode Games announced that their newest project SGM Pro is suspended indefinitely.
It's better to spend money on a new project, a new gaming system that can handle ColecoVision games.
The new Super Game System is a 8/16 bit cartridge based system which has built in the same facilities as the Super Game Module.
A new added audio chip makes it possible to produce by any imaginable sound as close to the original sound was created.
The new Opcode Super Game System is not a ColecoVision with a Coleco Brand, but Opcode's own gaming console.

February 08, 2017.
Source: ColecoVision.dk
My old ColecoVision Sister site CVForum.dk has now been handed over to another company, that has nothing to do with ColecoVision or any related.

February 01, 2017.
Source: AtariAge.com
CollectorVision Games says: 8 ColecoVision games from Daniel Bienvenu aka "newcoleco" exclusive will be re-released via CollectorVision Games.
The games are: BUSTin Out vol. 1, BUSTin Out vol. 2, BUSTin Out vol. 3, Dacman, Insane Pickin’Sticks VIII, Strip Poker, Flora and finally GhostBlaster.
All games are now Complete In Box, and you can only buy these games via CollectoeVision Games in a limited period.

January 24, 2017.
Source: AtariAge.com
Opcode Game says: "The estimated shipping date for Pac-Man DX and Donkey Kong is July/August 2017."

January 04, 2017.
Source: ColecoVision.dk
CollectorVision Games will soon be ready with 3 new ColecoVision games.
The first one is Hole in One from HAL Laboratory, converted by: Claus Bćkkel.
The other one is Rip Cord by Exidy, programmed by Russ Kumro.
And finally Robee Blaster, a version by: Jean-Michel GIRARD
Hole in One is an SGM game, and it requires a Super Game Module to operate.
$ 50,- each + shipping.

January 01, 2017.
Source: AtariAge.com
CollectorVision Games has found new unreleased ColecoVision games.
"Learning with Fuzzywomp", only released on Apple II in the 80's. This version is adapted by Nice Ideas.
The other unreleased game is: "Fireworks Factory", also an unreleased ColecoVision game from Nice Ideas in France.
But "Fireworks Factory" is not what you think, because it's the final version of the game Fireman, quite different game than the original one.
But CollectorVision Games has more, they also acquired Power Lords; Quest For Volcan and The Adventures Of The Pink Panther.
It is a small group of enthusiasts called The ColecoVision Brotherhood there is behind this future releases.

January 01, 2017.
Source: AtariAge.com
4th generation of the Super Game module is on the way from Opcode Games.
The new version will get closer to the Arcade with more authentic sound.
The new name of this beauty is: Super Game Module Pro, you can recognize it with a blue LED.
You will get 8 channels sound, and it will support Voice enhanced games for the ultimate gaming experience.
The module is fully compatible with the previous models.
If all goes well, will this new SGM Pro be ready to be released this summer for a price of $ 120,-
And as Eduardo at Opcode Games says: "After you’ve gone pro, there’s no way you’ll go back! ".
See YouTube video here.

January 01, 2017.
Source: ColecoVision.dk
ColecoVision.dk wishes you all a Happy New Year.
The Game Section is currently being updated with more details about the games and its packaging.