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    2982 - Man, when you got that one brick and it just wont connect....
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    SPOILER! RickR - Custom controller Eugenio (TrekMD) - $25 Atari Age gift certificate & SMB ice cube trays Greenween - Pac Man board game GRay Defender - Space Invader & Q*Bert Funko Pops @LSGreger Elitgro AtariCreep
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    jmjustin6

    Craigslist Finds

    Finally added a boxed super Nintendo to the collection. Got it off offer up. guy posted it a year ago and I asked him if it was available that day a year ago and he finally messaged me yesterday said he still has it. Got it for $50. He also said he had some games but I would have to pay extra. He only wanted $20 for the games. Man I have been wanting to play turtles in time for the longest!
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    Score: 5875. I completed the first bonus round to get 500 points, well worth the effort! I got as far as stage 16.
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    Here's the prize choices: Custom controller Art of Atari book Game Console book Pac Man board game Space Invader & Q*Bert Funko Pops Set of 3 2600 Cartridge Journals $25 Atari Age gift certificate & SMB ice cube trays
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    3625 The first time I ever played this game I was able to complete the first couple bonus rounds, but I haven't since then. Gotten close though!
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    I had a Virtual Boy once and actually enjoyed it. Mario Tennis and Galactic Pinball were my favorites. I had Wario Woods or World (??), too. I think I found Red Alert on clearance. Actually, I remember getting all of it on clearance for $30 from Toys R Us I believe in Arkansas when I visited my mother decades ago. I wish I still had one. I loved it.
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    Improvement: 3173 That includes two completed bonuses of 500 and 700.
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    kamakazi20012

    Craigslist Finds

    Turtles in Time, if I'm not mistaken, has a SNES-ized version of Pizza Power from the Turtles album. I think it's that one. And you can't go wrong with SF II. I prefer the Genesis' SF II CE myself but that's just me. SNES is in great shape, too! Nice find.
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    Score: Flower-0467 (10,467) The bonus rounds really are the way to go. I got 1500 points each from the last couple before the game ended.
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    Beat Phantasy Star II on stream recently...
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    Here's a cool bit of gaming history I picked up this week for our growing Atari I/O classic gaming museum... This is a prototype Mario Bros. game cartridge for Atari 2600. There are a few reasons (obvious) that make this a great addition to the museum: This is not the retail release. The game is playable, but not entirely complete. It's essentially two prototypes in one. This isn't just a prototype of the game, it's a prototype of the physical cartridge itself. Or rather an engineering sample. Most Atari prototypes were placed in black "Lab Loaner" Atari cartridges. I'm sure we've all seen these at some point. This cartridge is different, because it's half clear. When Atari redesigned the game cartridges to house both 2600 and 7800 games and removed the dust cover mechanism, they likely shot off a few samples in clear plastic to test the molds. This is one of those clear cartridges. So it's a pre-production engineering sample of a clear cartridge with a prototype game inside of it. This cartridge was originally found among the clear Atari 7800 console shells. It's not just any prototype, it's Mario Bros.! How cool to think that this would be one of the very first game cartridges in the world to bear the "Mario Bros." name and take Mario & Luigi on their first adventure together Pretty cool stuff. I've made this image openly available so feel free to use it and share it in any way that you'd like:
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    chas10e

    eBay Finds

    from this: https://www.famicomworld.com/forum/index.php?topic=6933.0 if it's an original power supply from Japan you would need an adapter DO NOT use an origonal NES power supply as it outputs 10V AC ( not DC power ) great wright-up on power supplies in above link and looks like a neat little unit you have there
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    MaximumRD

    eBay Finds

    First congrats Lee, Famicom is a beauty, one console I have never had the pleasure of owning. As for you question, you are good to go bud, as with all Japanese consoles the current is close enough in that any differences would be so minor they can handle the tolerance. It is only UK / Euro / PAL electronics you need worry of as they are on an entirely different voltage that would require converting etc, honestly why I never bothered with them.
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    jmjustin6

    Virtual boy in Luigi's mansion 3

    So I have been playing Luigi's mansion and one of the first gadgets you get in the game is called a "virtual boo". Basically it's a virtual boy that let's you talk to professor E. Gadd and look up the map and what not. They even made jokes about it when he first gives it to you. This is going to revolutionize virtual reality. These things are gonna fly off the shelves. with the sleek black and red coloring who wont love it. 20191103_110040.mp4
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    1987...just two years away from when Alleyway was released! Nice score, AC!
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    StormSurge

    StormSurge's Extra Life Giveaway

    If anyone is interested in me playing horribly at 2600 games, here's the first three hours of my marathon: @Atari Creepwas a trooper & kept me company in the wee hours of the morning while I made my way through some COD: Modern Warfare campaign. @Control Issuesstopped by while I was playing some virtual golf. Thank you again for all of your support, both financially & with spreading the word. I will draw the order for the giveaway later today (hopefully).
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    GRay Defender

    Gray Defender

    My thoughts on the Intellivision Amico:
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