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ColecoVision Game Shells.

Will be updated with pictures later in 2014.

1st. original U.S. version same as Canadian version exept for the "Made in".
The "Made In" is located from 3 places, USA, Canada, Taiwan.
Opcode Games has his own Logo/Brand and Black, dark Orange and Yellow cartridges exist.
Opcode Games had his own Mold for his own cases, and was produced and made in Brazil.
In beginning Team Pixelboy also used the cartridge shells from Opcode Games mold, but without the Opcode label on the back.
Mainly Black carts, but also many other colors, including several transparent colors.

2nd original version is the Telegames version. Only Black cartridge cases exist.

Sierra On-Line, Epyx Inc., Sunrise, Fischer Price and Bally Midway used the same 2nd version. Only Black cartridges exist.
Fischer Price do also use another version from another company.

There is only 1 original CBS version. Black only.

Activisions original version is the same as some from Team Pixelboy.
There is no Logo/Brand on the Team Pixelboy version. Only Black cartridges exist.
The Activision logo was removed after Telegames bought a large stock in taiwan in the mid-80's

The Parker Brothers version with the stripes and the triangled label exists only in Black.

Imagic version.

Micro Fun version.

Bit Corporation

SpectraVideo Original version, two labeled version, in black.

CollectorVision Games reused in the beginning the 1st. original U.S. version.
They are getting all their cases from Canada Plastics and Tool. (Black, Red, Blue, Yellow, Green, White, tranparent.)

Philipp Klaus Krause.
Use his own creation different from all others.
Team Pixelboy and Telegames has used these cartridges for limited projects.

Atarisoft original version, two labeled version, in black.

Interphase Version with a hole in the top of the cartridge, only black cartridges exist.


It is now CollectorVision Games there order the cartridge cases from the factory in Canada, and sells to Opcode Games, Team Pixelboy and all other. interested.

One of the largest manufacturers of Cartridge shells for ColecoVision games is Deico Electronics in Sunnyvale, now Fremont California USA.
Deico made also cartridge shells for Atari and Commodore together with a large number of other products for the Plastic and Electronic industry.

Deico Electronics also made PCB's for many Atari and Commodore games in the past.

Last updated:

February 18,  2014.
March 19,  2014.

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