First of all let's make sure you know that this is NOT an
official CreatiVEmu release. This is a homebrew product designed
and produced by Italian CreatiVision fans Francesco Brolli, Paolo
Carrer and Luca Zoia of the Treviso RC group.
THE STORY SO FAR...
Francesco and Paolo contacted the CreatiVEmu community through
the Forum in 2013, in
search of technical information and data-sheets of the CreatiVision console
It didn't take long for them to decide to produce a multi-game
cartridge, similarly to the long-time sold out Multicart V1.0 and Diagnosticart V1.0.
Forum users have showed lots of interest into the project, so
the cartridge has been tested during the first half of 2014 and it's currently
on sale. Please fill the form below to order your copy.
Even though it's not a CreatiVEmu team product, we guys at
CreatiVEmu are truly happy to "sponsor" this great product!
PICTURE GALLERY & MEDIA
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- professional PCB featuring a 5-way DIP Switch to easily select included ROM games/programs
- 8 Mega-bit EPROM including 31 ROM games/programs
- 100% compatible with CreatiVision, Dick Smith Wizzard, Funvision, Rameses, Laser 2001 and Salora Manager
- special packaging and 4-page colour booklet
- very limited edition, individually numbered
- list of featured games/programs:
Part 1: The commercial cartridges by VTech
Basic (1982, Release 1)
Basic (1982, Release 2)
Basic (1983, Release 3)
Basic (1983, Release 4)
Deep Sea Adventure (fixed graphics)
Planet Defender (fixed graphics)
Police Jump (Release 1, earlier)
Police Jump (Release 2, later)
Tennis (Coca Cola/Sprite)
Tennis (Dick Smith Championship)
Tennis (Wimbledon Championship)
Part 2: The diagnostic cartridges by VTech
Diagnostic "A" - Video test
Diagnostic "B" - Keyboard test
Part 3: The homebrew software
Basic (1983, speedup hack by Barry Lee Klein)
Hapmon (by Richard Hayter)
Diagnostic Demo (by Kurt Woloch)
Part 4: The demo cartridge by VCCS
Werben Informieren (original version)
Werben Informieren (English ver. by MADrigal and Reini)
As of February 2016, Multirom is sold out. Should a new batch be
produced, we will advertise it.
For more information, please get into contact
with the authors at Treviso RC.