The fastest fun in home video enjoyment is
just a spin away with Coleco's new Roller controller!
Plug it in to your ColecoVision console game ports, and you're ready for
the kind of lightning-fast game control
and speed that could previously only be found in the arcades.
In games specialy designed for the Roller
controller, its free-rolling control ball gives you a 360° field of
in any direction you choose.
The ball speed is directly linked to the
motion of game characters or the target sight.
You can use the Roller controller with any
ColecoVision cartridge that normaly is played with a joystick, or even
to the Atari 2600 VCS.
4 seperate fire/action buttons in easy reach
lets you shoot up or down for additional fun!.
Bonus Slither Game Cartridge
Another new arcade favorite that really gets the adrenaline floating! It's
an unforgetable encounter with deadly
snakes and other dangerous creatures!.
You must elude them by maneuvering all over a colorful desert landscape.
And as you snake away from your serpentine pursuers, you must blast them
before they corner you.
You can fire eiter up or down.
Test your best moves with Slither.
This free-rooling control ball gives you
a 360° field of movement.
Two sets of dual buttons conveniently
located in both sides of the console.
Lets you select the appropriate play mode
to suit the cartridge either roller or joystick.
||Hand Controller wells.
Conveniently locate your CBS ColecoVision
joystick hand controllers for easy access.
One of my own.
Showed without Controllers:
S/N #: 14074.
The roller controller was original released
with the game: Slither.
But mine came with the game: Victory.
Roller controller is a loose unit, like an old reverse computer mouse.
With this module you can rotate 360° around on your screen.
For playing the games you must place your 2 joysticks in the 2 cavity,
player one on the left and player two in the right.
Note that there is no CBS label on front of my Roller
But the package was with CBS.
I have one more, also bought in France also that one have the U.S. label
In the beginning packed in different packaging and put different labels on
It's like the last of Colecovision games, why do 3 or 4 different packages and
labels, when the games are the same.
So no PAL and CBS when the ColecoVision console do not care.
Here are a rare label with the CBS brand.
Do not be fooled, it's the same electronics inside.
NTSC/PAL, there's no difference.
A CBS package.
Owners Manual For
The Roller Controller.
The European manual for
The Roller Controller
in 10 languages.
versions of roller controller.
Some protos are out there among former employees
For several years ago I modified the original connector from
Roller controller, such I almost do with the Turbo unit.
I simply cut the connector off and soldered instead a DC jack at the end
of the cord.
On the back of my ColecoVision is there a DC 5 volt out connector for chassis.
It's somthing i already made in the mid 80's.
It's fun to use the rollerball, in the game Slither, you
have to move quickly, because those snakes
can split up in many pieces.
Known games for ColecoVision that can be used together with
Last updated January 29. 2012.