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The ColecoVision is a second-generation game console developed by Coleco and marketed in the United States of America in August 1982. The console comes with the arcade video game Donkey Kong, which contributed to the initial success of the ColecoVision. ColecoVision is one of the oldest consoles still; people love to play old retro games. If you have a ColecoVision console, you can buy ColecoVision Games in Australia. Or, if you don't have any console to play, you can still play these games online.

Price and Availability

The console's primary antagonist was Atari 5200, which, despite being technically superior to ColecoVision, either billed for inferior commercial success; also, Mattel Intellivision failed to achieve a record sales record from ColecoVision. In the 1980s, these games were legit to play. ColecoVision games price in Australia is round about 100 AUD, which is relatively higher than the PC games, but still, it worthy of playing old retro games.

ColecoVision History

Coleco is an American company founded in 1932. At the time, they were making video games by sculpting tree trunks. Coleco initially dealt with leather for footwear. Following this, in the 1950s, the company marketed leather goods kits, then knew how to evolve in the 60s by adapting to plastic (molding of parts) and by separating from the Leather activity.

The first Console Based game

Thus, in 1976, Coleco logically started video games with Telstar, the first "Pong" controller based on an integrated circuit (called "Pong-on-a-chip"). But the Atari 2600 appeared in the foreground in 1977, which will significantly limit the growth of table tennis and calm the market in a few years. Coleco must respond;

Stronger than the Atari 2600, with better finishes, unfortunately the console can't take advantage of a large library of games like Atari. But Koliko quickly adapted, signing an exclusive deal with Nintendo, allowing the sale of the Dunkin' Kong Arcade game on cartridges. Sell the adapter and make atari 2600 cartridges compatible with Colycogen.

However, in the biennium 1983-1984 we witnessed the collapse of the video game industry, and Coleco could not have foreseen it. A market saturated with copies of Pacman and Space Invaders, the audience is tired. The whole project is collapsing.

Even if Colecovision were more perfect, even if the console achieved real success (6 million consoles were sold worldwide), the public is now turning to small computers, and developers won't have time to use the console properly: Coleco stopped in video games" in 1984.

In the early 1980s, Atari VCS was at its peak, but it also showed its technological limits. It was impossible to convert cartoon games from Namco, Sega and Nintendo, just as it was a deceptive desire to adapt the games released from the PC with VCS.

Based on the experience gained with the Telstar console released in the 1970s, Colecodetecting Is american is a niche in the video game market and has released a new generation of consoles. The system was based on the Z80 fast microprocessor and can display 256 x 192 and up to 32 moving patterns.

To beat the competition, Coleco has obtained licenses for Japanese games such as Donkey Kong or Zaxxon. These innovative games have made Colecovision the only console capable of delivering near-perfect conversions to Sega and Nintendo games.

With regard to development, using the Z80 will prove to be a great option because this processor has already been used in arcade, MSX and Sega devices. The steering wheel, tracking ball and many control arms are offered as options. Using a custom adapter, we can even use Atari VCS cartridges.

Despite all these advantages, 18 months after colecovision's launch, it has not been able to withstand the collapse of the video game market. Coleco tried to reach the market by forming personal computers using its Adam computer.

ColecoVision Games

ColecoVision has announced Arcade games in the home system. Although these were not direct outlets for coin-operated arcade names, they repaired the possibility that ColecoVision could be more advanced than anyone had seen in the home system.

Donkey Kong with the system is not only closest to ColecoVision to recreate the original arcade game, but the full version of Donkey Kong that was ever released for the home system. Even the Nintendo version was released for Nintendo Entertainment, and recently Nintendo Wii does not have all levels of arcade.

While many may say that the launch titles, especially Donkey Kong, are very close to the quality of the games, many systems in subsequent games have not given much time or attention. Visually and in terms of gameplay, many ColecoVision titles could not set fire to their colleagues such as Galaga and Popey.