Thought I'd share a pic:
I have more boxes/boxed stuff; this was my loose stuff and my two NIB games some friends of mine gave me for Xmas last year.
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Posted 13 August 2017 - 07:30 AM
You store games like me....keeping the various company/brands together.
In any case, looks good.
Posted 13 August 2017 - 03:45 PM
I organized my 7800 games similarly, with Atari releases, followed by Froggo, Activision and Absolute.
For my 2600 games, the are stacked alphabetically, except for the Kid Controller games as well as the M-Network games (Which always have to be on top due to their unfriendly for stacking design).
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Posted 13 August 2017 - 11:16 PM
Snazzy collection! And organization, too. Looks rad together like that. You're just reminding me of how lost I am with my own organization, ha. My Atari stuff is rapidly outgrowing the small bit of space it occupied previously on my shelf with most of my other cartridge-based games.
Posted 13 August 2017 - 11:35 PM
as well as the M-Network games (Which always have to be on top due to their unfriendly for stacking design).
Those M-Network games sure look nice, but gosh-almighty they are hard to store. They don't stack or sit in a tub lery well at all. They are the same casing as Intellivision carts with an Atari sized end-cap. Pretty interesting design really. I definitely have some love/hate going on with those.
Posted 13 August 2017 - 11:37 PM
. My Atari stuff is rapidly outgrowing the small bit of space it occupied previously on my shelf with most of my other cartridge-based games.
I had that problem as well. As the collection grows, the space runs out. I pretty much keep mine in tubs just like the one Starbuck has. The nice thing about that is the games stay clean and dust-free.
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