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About Jin

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  • Birthday 02/14/1985

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    Twin Cities, MN
  • Interests
    I collect for the Atari 2600, 7800, and XEGS. I'm also just getting into the Jaguar and Lynx. Outside of Atari I also enjoy the Wii, GameCube, and Game Boy Color.
  • First Console
    The original Game Boy
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  • Favorite TV Show
    PAW Patrol
  • What I got at Toys R Us
    Kenner's Aliens figures
  • Favorite Comic Hero
    Aliens: Hive
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  • Quick, tell us a joke!
    A Buddhist walks up to a hot dog stand and says "Make me one with everything."

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  1. For anyone who might be interested in winning a free Nintendo Switch system with a copy of New Super Lucky's Tale (plus a nifty physical reproduction of Lucky's book of ages from the game) the company behind the game, Playful Studios, is having a contest. A first name and email address is all you need to enter 😃 https://playfulstudios.com/new-super-luckys-tale?referral=5SR8ZU6&refSource=copy

    1. kamakazi20012


       I get a "site can't be reached" error message when I click on that link.

  2. Glad you figured out the issue! As far as the print quality goes, thermal paper is one of those things that only has a couple years shelf life to it so new production thermal printer paper is necessary if you want to get legible print quality. To give you a practical example, here's a comparison of an image I printed using my Game Boy Printer. The picture on the left was printed using new production thermal paper the picture on the right (which is the same image) was printed with the long-expired official Nintendo brand thermal paper: As you can see, new production printer paper is necessary. The printer paper goes for $14.50 per 5-pack and can be purchased here: https://www.amazon.com/PMC05228-Thermal-Calculator-Paper-Rolls/dp/B0000DBMGL/
  3. Hello everyone! I found my way over here thanks to the plugs for Atari.io in the YouTube videos of NoSwearGamer and BTB, both of whom I've been subscribed to for a couple years now. I've been an active member on the AtariAge forum since 2014 (it's pretty much my main online hangout spot) and decided that it was time I branched out a bit and checked out some other sites that were recommended by the folks I enjoy on YouTube. Sooo... here I am!
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