CollectorVision Phoenix: An FPGA ColecoVision Console

A project in Wake Forest, NC by Brian Burney

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CollectorVision Phoenix: Rising from the ashes, there is a new way to play your favorite ColecoVision™ games on modern Televisions.
Backers: 468
Average Pledge Per Backer: $276

Funded: $129,045 of $230,000
Dates: Oct 8th -> Nov 7th (31 days)
Project By: Brian Burney
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Latest News

$100K and future plans

November 2nd - via:
Today we surpassed the $100,000 mark. Even though there is still a long way to go to reach the goal, this is still an impressive feat.  We have gotten a lot of questions recently, so we wanted to clear a few things up. If the kickstarter does not... (Read More)

Demo at PRGE and New Launch Core

October 21st - via:
We showed off the system today at the Portland Retro Game Exp. CollectorVision Booth at PRGE We had Lots of interest int the system today, as we had people at the booth trying out the system for almost the whole show. We should be getting some more... (Read More)

New Reward Levels

October 17th - via:
Today we hit the 200 backers mark. I just want to say thank you to everyone who has helped to get the word out about this project. We are introducing a couple of new Reward levels: The First is the Board Only Level ($150) This reward level will be... (Read More)

20% Funded

October 15th - via:
Hi, Today we have passed the 20% funded mark. We have continued to get some good publicity in the last couple days as well: John Hancock: Colecovision Fan:  ... (Read More)

Retro Gaming Expo and Kickstarter Exposure

October 12th - via:
We will have the CollectorVision Phoenix available for Demo at the Upcoming Retro Gaming Expo in Portland, Oregon on 10/20-10/21 for those of you who are interesting in seeing it in person.  Even though the... (Read More)

Reward Levels and upgrade options

October 11th - via:
First I would like to thank everyone for the great support we have received so far in surpassing 10% funding and over 100 backers. I wanted to let everyone know that there are options to upgrade individual reward levels.  For those who want to have... (Read More)

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