Hozer Video Online Store

	Some people have asked me to put their carts for sale on my web
	site.  I don't mind doing this - and they collect a royalty on
	each cart sold.  That's why the price is slightly higher than
	the normal cart reproduction service prices.  Of course I do have
	a couple that I have colaborated on in the past, which should be
	obvious as soon as you see the word "Hozer" in the title!

	These come with the normal color laminated label but some may
	inlcude docs.  Click on the picture to read all about it. 
        

Games by Gray Games (Atari Charles and Co)

I guess ET got his revenge in this wacky hack from Charles Gray. Someone needs to stop him from dumping ET carts in the famous landfill down in New Mexico. For $15 you get your chance!
An alternate version of the E.T. Book Cart features The Wisdom of E.T., Charles Gray's first interview with Howard Scott Warshaw, and the forbidden Secrets of E.T.. This release comes in NTSC, PAL 50, and PAL 60 formats. Originally released as a prototype, now you can have you very own taste of Black and White Alien goodness for only $25
One of Charles Gray's first hacks and a chance to tease the cart "experts" in the guise of a long lost work in progress. Not a bad little shooter for the $15 price.
A PAL game, in this hack Charles Gray has pac-man trying to rescue ET, ET Junior, and Ms Pac-man! Get into the act yourself for only $15!
In this pac-man hack, you are ET trying to eat the Reeces Pieces and avoid evil clones of HSW. Charles Gray has done it again and you can do it to for the $15 opportunity fee!
Ah yes! Who says I don't have a sense of humor? This cart was made up in response to a request from some folks who I suppose wanted to be mean to me - but I cried all the way to the bank (since the game's creator gave me a nice chunk of the money for my troubles!) Now, you can have your very own piece of anti-Randy history at a much reduced $15 price!
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Using Paul Slocum's free distro song from his sound program, Charles Gray remixed it by changing a few sounds and placements (and of course adding in the glitch beat patterns after GLITCH Music in Electronica. You too can drop acid on your Atari for only $15!
A straight up remix of Nepahrious Atarious, Charles Gray's first Atari remix. A classic item at only $15.
3YUtilizing Ghost and Pac-Man images placed into sound registers! This makes for som really interesting music, and you can dance to it for only $15.
Catch ya on the flip side! This is the companion to the A side, also with cool random remix patterns to enhance your trippin' experience. Bring back the 60's with a machine from the 70's; Yeah baby that's what I'm talking about for only $15. Groovy!
What can I say? What collection is not complete without a digital image of the tron man, created with Chronocolor Display Technology from Andrew Davie? Amaze your friends for only $15.
What can I say? What collection is not complete without a digital image of the tron man, created with Chronocolor Display Technology from Andrew Davie? Amaze your friends for only $15.
What can I say? What collection is not complete without a digital image of the tron man, created with Chronocolor Display Technology from Andrew Davie? Amaze your friends for only $15.
What can I say? What collection is not complete without a digital image of the tron man, created with Chronocolor Display Technology from Andrew Davie? Amaze your friends for only $15.

Games by Ebivision, with ORIGINAL Ebivison labels
I have been an authorized distributor of Ebivision games since 1998.

This is the original release of the 1998 Ebivision classic, a homebrew written by Eric Bacher and supports all video types (Pal, NTSC, etc). While supplies last, comes with original label and instructions. All this at the original $11 price!
This is the second release from Ebivision, a homebrew written in 1999 by Igor Barzilai. This game has you literlly flipping your TV on its side to play. While supplies last, comes with original label and instructions. And the original price of $11.
This is the third release from Ebivision, a homebrew written in 1999 by Eric Bacher. A very crabby version of pac-man. While supplies last, comes with original label and instructions. And STILL at the same price, $11!
In 1999, before Atari was known to be classic game friendly, Ebivision made this little beauty of a pac-man clone but never distributed it. One lucky fan got the original cart at one of the conventions, and promptly gave the ROM to me to hold. Since then, the ROM was apparently given to just a few other folks as it is easy to find and download to play on an emulator. The folks at Ebivision sent me a label to play with when they first thought about selling it, and I reproduce that label in its original form today when I am asked to make this cart for folks. This is what Pesco was before it was released as pesco - one of the "missing" Ebivision games! A must have at $11.
This is the fourth release from Ebivision, a homebrew written in 2001 by Igor Barzilai. While supplies last, comes with original label and instructions. And yes, only $11!
This is the fifth and final release from Ebivision, a homebrew written in 2001 by Eric Bacher and Igor Barzilai together. This game was written with a very special message embedded in it as a thank you to me for distributing their games! While supplies last, comes with original label and instructions. Still at the original price, too, $11! A bit of trivia, this was supposed to be released as "Escape from Supercade" but while Van Burnham exchanged many emails with me about making/releasing the cart in the end she never got around to following up with it. I had even offered to make the carts for free and send them to all the folks on the "preorder" list. That's why PowerOff has the release number of 07.

Games by Snailsoft! (Greg Zumwalt)

Greg has graciously allowed his games to be carried through the Hozer store. A fine hack of Space Invaders, this game will have you wondering if you really are the big fish in the pond! Catch one for yourself at $15.
Greg strikes a blow for tomboy females everywhere wtih this female version of Pitfall. Watch out Jane, the action is "harry"! Swing away with this one for only $15.
Greg has a friend who once complained all the 2600 games were for MEN! While not entirely true, he decided to dedicate this Ms Pac-man hack to her. In a game that even has a strange religious twist, Greg has managed quite the quirky gal-game! Cheaper than a pair of shoes at only $15!

Games by other folks!

Here it is, the FIRST homebrew ever mass produced. Written in 1994 by Ed Federmeyer, "SoundX with Dazzle Demo" is the one that started it all and where Ed coined the term homebrew. I have been the sole distributor of this cart all this time, but you can get it on the Stella Gets A New Brain first edition CD. Each cart has a serial number embedded in it, with a simple checksum copy protection that causes the cart to not work if you try to hack the image. I used to make the labels with my Atari 130XE using Print Shop, it's that old, and I have never updated the label graphic for nostalgic reasons. Nor have I updated the price, still the base cost of $11.
Approached by Ed to take the burden of creating games out of his hands, in 1995 I got the happy task of making Edtris 2600 carts for people. This is the first game homebrew ever mass produced, and like SoundX it also has a simple checksum/copy protection embedded in the cart along with a unique serial number. There has been some discussion by those who like to tell untruths about me if I have the right to distribute this cart, which is silly and just mean-spirited womanly talk. Ed was happy to send anyone who wanted this my way and gave me permission to make them as long as I'd like to. And as long as I want the price will still be the rediculously low $11.
Apparently Steve Engelhardt got tired of waiting for someone to unearth the prototype from Coleco and put together this dandy homeberw of the same name! Turbo pits your driving skill in the city, as hard as this gets apparently it's you vs NY cabbies! And at only $20, definately worth taking for a spin yourself.
A lost homebrew out of "time", this useful utility cart by Chris Cracknell uses favorite classic characters racing across the screen to track the time (along with a digital display), turning your Atari and tv into a retro timepiece. On the half hour the happy chasing characters change, giving you a wide variety of icons to wile your time away looking at. For only $16, you can own one of the author-signed-labeled beauties, whicn number DOWN from 100 to number 1 being the last one sold!
Written for me by request in 1999 by John Harvey, the Atari 2600 Post-It note cart allows a custom cart with text up to 994 characters long to scroll across the screen. You can customize the speed and the colors as well. I've sent these to folks who gave them out as birthday presents, wedding favors, all sorts of wacky things. It is one long line of text. Post yourself a memo to set aside $11 for this one.
Written for me by request in 1999 by John Harvey, Alphanumeric Madness is a cart that allows a custom message with two lines of text (500 characters for the first line, 490 for the second) to scroll across the screen, which alternate when you press fire. You can customize the speed and the colors as well. I've sent these to folks who gave them out as birthday presents, wedding favors, all sorts of wacky things. You'd be crazy to pass this one up at only $11.
Okie Dokie was created and released by Bob Colbert in 1996. Since the game was great fun, his original 100 handmade copies which very quickly sold out demonstrated two things. One, that it is very tedious to create carts by hand, and two, that demand for the game was easily going to exceed the first batch of 100 games. After he sold out his production run, Bob decided to give me permission to continue making and selling them to anyone who wanted one, so he was free to work on other great projects. I have been happy to help him out! It's the best $11 you've ever spent.
Bomb on Pixel City was created by Alain le Guirec in 2012 sort of on a dare. He saw someone else had created an iOS game of the same name which paid homage to Atari pixel based graphics. When he claimed he could write an actual Atari game, they said "show me" and the rest is history! BOPC comes with a small game manual that describes the game and shows a few screen shots. Very cute, but watch out for those crazy birds!