August 15, 2018.
CollectorVision Games has changed their CollectorVision FPGA Video
Game System to CollectorVision Phoenix Video Game System.
This time it seems to be the final name.
August 10, 2018.
Regarding the new upcoming ColecoVision power adaptor from
He says now "CE/FCC tests have been done today and the adapter passed,
so it's time to prepare the production."
It will possibly be a Kickstarter project in September 2018.
Just to make it sure, the upcoming power adaptor plug is not a power
supply, it is a power converter.
The power Supply is the USB outlet adaptor, the Colecovision plug uses 5Volt USB
C input and converts it to -5V, +5V and +12V.
More about the plug here:
USB C Plug.
August 03, 2018.
Eduardo at Opcode Games is still testing his upcoming console: The
OMNI is an 8/16 bit console with focus on the 8.
OMNI will be ready to show on the upcoming
Retro World Expo September 8th-9th 2018.
ColecoVision.dk is not allowed to comment details until an announcement is
July 24, 2018.
ColecoVision.dk will try to split up the 3 new upcoming game consoles.
All 3 can play ColecoVision Cartridges, and all 3 can likewise run all
Following Consoles will have their own section on ColecoVision.dk
FPGA Video Game System,
Prometheus Lite and
All 3 consoles uses codenames until other is announced.
July 23, 2018.
CollectorVision Games will soon have their new version of a
ColecoVision console ready.
From August 2018 will their newest prototype be tested, and then will this
new project be funded through a Kickstarter project.
If everything goes well should we be available to buy this unit just
before Christmas 2018.
This ColecoVision System is a cartridge based system where you will be
able to play all your ColecoVision games, including the Super Games.
After the release will a variety of expansion modules will be released,
which will include a Spinner Controller
The CollectorVision Games game system is region free and will work on both
NTSC 60Hz. and PAL 50Hz. Tv systems.
Special Features: HDMI Output, F18A Video Enhanced Compatibility, Original
DB-9 Controller Ports, SD card firmware updating and PS2 Keyboard input.
Pack in game will be: Sydney Hunter and the Caverns of Death, plus a game
bonus package consisting of a least 5 to 10 digital Homebrew games.
More on this fantastic new ColecoVision project when it hit Kickstarter in
July 22, 2018.
Opcode Games have 8 new color line games and 3 rereleases shipping
in the next 6 months.
All 8 games are ready, but Opcode Games will space them to create a steady
release schedule and don't overflow things.
Opcode Games also have Pac-Man DX done and ready. All games we be
available through AtariAge Store before this year is over.
July 22, 2018.
Opcode Games will around November 2018 present a lite version of his Prometheus
The project was renamed from first Prometheus, then Pegasus and now again
Prometheus Lite is a stripped down version of the OMNI
/ IntelliXpander Game System,
Prometheus Lite is a cartridge based ColecoVision System with SGM built in and
Easy to use, Cartridge In, Compatible DB9 Controllers, turn On and your are
ready, will play all your ColecoVision games collection.
July 20, 2018.
Opcode Games is proud to present Ted Mayer.
Ted Mayer is a former designer that was responsible for the Intellivision
II and III slick looks.
Ted has promised Opcode Games to help design Opcode Games's new game
console now called the Opcode OMNI which means “everything” on Latin.
The Opcode OMNI will have new designed Controllers, but the upcoming OMNI
is born with DB9 so you can use your original Controllers.
A release could be around late in 2020.
July 18, 2018.
You'll find the CollectorVision Games team on
on Expo from August 10, 2018 in Phoenix, Arizona.
July 02, 2018.
Eduardo at Opcode Games can soon present his new upcoming console.
It will be presented on the upcoming
Retro World Expo September and
Portland Retro Gaming Expo this October.
OMNI is the name and is a new and advanced 8-bit console and represents an exciting "what-if"
take on classic gaming.
OMNI is in no way an FPGA console. It is old school hardware mixed with
new, uses cartridges, etc.
June 27, 2018.
It seems that our good friend Jean-Michel Girard aka "alekmaul" is
working on an upcoming ColecoVision game called: Aigle D'or (The Golden
It looks like an adventure game (Combined text and graphics), and will
have 63 rooms to explore.
In the game option can you chose between French and English language, and
PAL or NTSC.
The set takes place in an old castle in a 3D view, you will need to
acquire Knowledge, Health and Power.
The legends also tells that there is a lot of Treasures to find.
The game is only in the initial phase.
June 18, 2018.
CollectorVision Games have a Boxset that may interest you, namely:
The Castle and The Castle Excellent.
Both versions was taken from the Sega SG-1000 version and coded by Steven
Steven Bégin says: "This is not a straight port, I have reprogrammed
almost everything in these 2 games."
"The original game slows down, Mine doesn't. I always reprogram
everything I can to optimize the code for the ColecoVision."
If you order, you'll get
2 special colored game Cartridges in one box, limited to only 100 and each
box set will be numbered.
This boxset requires the Opcode Super Game Module to run, but runs on the
ADAM Family Computer System without the SGM.
The Boxset need the SGM on ColecoVision because it uses 8K RAM, and does
not need support for the AY chip.
Read and pre-order,
June 11, 2018.
News from Team Pixelboy.
Luc Miron says he will release 2 games before the end of this year, namely
Space Shuttle and Gauntlet for our ColecoVision.
The next release lineup: Uridium, The Cure, QBIQS, Booming Boy, Multiverse
and Arcomage will be released in the first half of 2019.
The remaining ColecoVision games: Jewel Panic, Utopia and 1942 will be
released at the end of 2019.
Other SG-1000 games for our ColecoVision like GP World, Mikie, N-Sub, Sega
Flipper, Sindbad Mystery, Star Jacker, Zaxxon II and Zoom 909 will be
released via AtariAge Store later this Summer.
May 26, 2018.
Risky Rick in "Dangerous Traps" for our ColecoVision by
Easter Egg is now a
3 places to defeat, 1: Amazom Temple, 2: The Great Pyramid and finally 3:
Read more about the game and pre-order
April 29, 2018.
CollectorVision Games may have the ColecoVision box that you are
They have made a Head to Head Football box plus an associated label.
This is a replace for the American Super Action Football game, so you can have the
original box and label that were meant from the beginning.
April 20, 2018.
New ColecoVision games added to the ColecoVision.dk collection.
Wizard of Wor,
April 01, 2018.
A big update in the ColecoVision.dk
March 29, 2018.
CollectorVision Games has presented
their latest project, namely a FPGA based game system.
The CollectorVision Game System is not ready yet, but an WIP picture can be
seen on their new Instram profile.
The upcoming system can at the launch deal with the following systems:
ColecoVision and MSX.
After the launch is the plan that Atari 2600, Sega and TI99/4A will be a
part of this new FPGA system.
There is a Cartridge insert for ColecoVision games, DB9, SNES controller
port and the FPGA system is
even powered with a standard SD card slot for ROM files.
CollectorVision Games says that they also will develop a brand new
Joystick design with a keypad.
Other technical date is: Spartan 6, 512Kb. - 2Mb. SRAM, analog VGA,
digital HDMI and PS/2 Output
VGA will probably be removed in the final design.
A bet for a release: 2020, see the WIP picture
March 02, 2018.
2 brand new ColecoVision games has
seen the daylight.
The first one is Car Fighter, converted from the 1985 Casio MSX version.
Car Fighter is a well known game as we known as Road Fighter, but this
version can shoot other cars and has a lot of improvements.
The other game is Eggerland Mystery by HAL Laboratories 1985, also a known
MSX puzzle game.
Both ColecoVision games requires the Opcode Super Game Module.
You can order the games via CollectorVision Games
February 25, 2018.
CollectorVision Games seems to lost their
It's not presented on their site anymore.
ColecoVision.dk has vainly tried to get a comment, but CollectorVision
Games has chosen to be silent about this.
Eduardo at Opcode Games says: "The
boards have arrived from China, and first initial tests are positive."
Assembly of the actual SGM's will start very soon, and over 400 brand new modules
will be shipped to AtariAge Store.
AtariAge is distributor for Opcode Games.
January 24, 2018.
There is fantastic News around the ColecoVision.
0711spiele in Germany offers the repro ColecoVision power supply not only
in Europe, the power supply also have a valid registration number for USA
Those number are required for legal import to USA.
Due to a new adapter mold processed the price was lowered to 19,95 €.
0711spiele in Germany has sold over 100 items the last 3 years.
A second power supply dedicated to F18A users is also available.
It offers +5V and +12v but with higher current to allow full blown modded
An adapter offering USB and standard 9V power supplies to be connected to
your ColecoVision console is in production state.
It offers a power switch and a LED as well so bypassing internal switch is
possible, that should solve the problem of unreliable and broken switches.
The RGB mod including switchless Pause and Stereo output is nearly
completed as well.
Also a SGM mod that allows your French CBS RGB ColecoVision work with a
standard SGM rev A is available since half a year now.
See more here.
January 17, 2018.
Dan Kunz has cleverly invented a way to offer YUV to RGB output
from a ColecoVision.
The cunning is that the circuit board is mounted just below the existing
GPU, on the underside of ColecoVision's printed circuit board.
Dan Kunz was in 2017 contacted about an RGB mod for the ColecoVison, and
he says: "I can't believe there is no mod out there for the DIY."
Dan Kunz aka citrus3000psi is satisfied with the results and says that it
works fine in a test trial.
Dan Kunz says: "The design it’s based around TI original docs. I’ve
been told that each ColecoVision console output varies slightly and
therefore needs to be dialed in."
So when this little RGB mod for our ColecoVision will see a release is not
January 10, 2018.
Did you know that:
Eduardo at Opcode Games has now sold more than 1000 Super Game Modules.
All modules are sold over 4 rounds from 2012 to 2018, and as long there
still is demand for the
Super Game Module will Eduardo still sell it.
The big Opcode Games project is still the upcoming Super Game System.
The Super Game System is an updated ColecoVision with the Super Game
Module built in the same PCB board.
January 09, 2018.
The new ColecoVision clone, the FPGA based HB Vision is now a step
It is still a prototype, but already now do the games work.
HB Vision have a Cartridge slot, and boasts to have the least PCB board.
HB Vision is low powered and will feature a LED, VGA, USB, separate Sound
Output and original DB9 for 2 Joysticks.
A little feature is an external connector.
When a final version will be available is not known yet.
January 01, 2018.
CollectorVision Games have just presented 2 new ColecoVision games.
The first one is the MSX version of Arkanoid which require the Super Game
Module or similar accessories to work.
The other game is the completed Tetris version called Quatre by Nicolas
"Originally planned to be a little game offered for download, Quatre
has finally been revised to be released physically in a cartridge and to
offer more features like a two player mode."
How to order, visit CollectorVision Games
January 01, 2018.
Team Pixelboy will let AtariAge publish following games for
GP World, Mikie, N-Sub, Sega Flipper, Sindbad Mystery, Star Jacker, Zaxxon
II and Zoom 909.
Those ColecoVision games may be available on AtariAge Store in few
Other Team Pixelboy News is Gauntlet and the summer release.
Gauntlet is now a reality for our ColecoVision, thanks to our
anonymous Mystery Man.
Together with Gauntlet will the MSX version of Uridium also see the
The game 1942 will probably be a 2019 release.
Contact Team Pixelboy
January 01, 2018.
In retro-respect will ColecoVision.dk wish you all a Happy New Year.
ColecoVision.dk is currently being updated, especially the Game Section
with more details.