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  1. I had a busy weekend, so this was the only one of the three I was able to do. I know this might sound crazy, but I think Sonic 1 is underrated these days, especially compared to Sonic 2. Played on a Model 1 from 6-Pak, using a video capture device. And I too beat the 2nd boss with no rings, lol. I was nervous battling him! 130,060
  2. The 2019 Retro Swap Box is here! Go here for more info, rules and to sign up!
  3. Here's a picture of the box that will be sent to the first person. I'm still trying to cram some more items into it, but as of right now there is (all games loose unless noted): 1 N64 Game 2 Tomy Pockey Games 1 7800 Game 1 SNES Game 1 32X Game 3 Loose Atari 2600 Games (rarities 3, 4 & 4) 1 Complete Rarity 4 Atari 2600 Game 1 Superhero related DVD, new 1 Blu Ray Documentary 2 Disc Set, new 1 Atari 2600 specialized controller with compatible game 3 Sega Genesis Games 1 Famicom Game 2 Atari 5200 Games 1 Atari Lynx Game 1 Intellivision Game 2 Gamecube Games in case 1 360 Game (related to a retro game) in case 1 Basic Fun Color, Static Screen Style Mini Arcade 1 Basic Fun B&W LCD Mini Arcade Items related to Mario, Wreck it Ralph, Star Wars and Star Trek 2 Sega Game Gear Games 4 GBA Games 2 Game Boy Color Games and more!
  4. It's time for the 2019 Retro Swap Box! What is it A large flat rate box filled with retro goodness. Members who take part in it, take what they want out if it, fairly refill it, and mail it to the next participant. Who's Eligible Any current active member at the time of this post with at least +100 reputation points, who lives in the US and promise to follow the rules below. What you can put into the box Retro related games, toys, comics, magazines, trading cards, books, DVDs an so on in working condition. Over half the box should be related to retro gaming. Modern games are ok, if they are related to a retro game or series. What you can't put into the box VHS tapes, records, audio tapes, pc or mac games, similar obsolete media or unboxed common rarity 1 Atari 2600 games according to AtariAge. Box Limits no more than 5 games per system at a time no duplicate games no more than 1 book and/or audio CD at a time (to save space) you are allowed to take up to half of the contents Shipping info Participants agree to ship the box within three business days of receiving it, pay for shipping to the next participant (currently $19.95, but cheaper if you use paypal multishipping), pack it securely (plastic shopping bags work well to fill gaps), and insure it for $50 (free with priority mail postage). FAIRNESS Participants agree to fairly refill the box with contents that are equal or greater in value to what they took out (use pricecharting.com to get game values and adjust for condition). The number of items you put in does not need to match the number of items you took out, but please keep a good variety in the box. Pictures/Video Contents are to remain a secret for the next person, but participants agree to send me a picture/video of what they took out to share immediately and a picture/video of what they put in to share when the box is over. To get an idea of how it works, here's one I did for my Patreon Supporters. (this was before I removed VHS tapes from eligible stuff) If you are eligible, agree to all the rules and want to participate, please let me know below by the end of June. Please include your city and state to help me make a list. I am also taking volunteers if someone wants to be the first person to get the box (they should get it before July 4th). In my next post, I will show a teaser picture of the box, and hints at some of the contents. Please let me know if you have any questions.
  5. Prices are good through the end of the month (June 2019). Prices include shipping. Trades are welcome. These items are also available for sale on ebay, and you can see pictures there, but if you buy on ebay, it will cost more. Pictures on ebay: https://www.ebay.com/sch/integritygames/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_ipg=&_from= Chase The Chuckwagon (Loose, Atari 2600) $75 Cosmic Corridor (Loose, Rough Label, Atari 2600) $25 Title Match Pro Wrestling (New, Atari 2600) $15 Super Football (Atari 2600, Loose $5, New $8) Jackbox Party Pack (360, New) $8 Dragon Trap or Football Tomy Pocket Games - $10 each or both for $16 Pac-Man MGA B&W LCD Mini Arcade Game - $9
  6. Coming Soon! Sign up will start during Pizza Festival Weekend! More info to come...
  7. Everything I've heard announced at E3 about the Atari VCS & Intellivision Amico A TG-16 Mini coming out? Neat!
  8. Woot! I made it to mission 6! 170,800 Oh, and I still dont like mission 4, lol.
  9. 135,050 No sir, I do not like that 4th level, 😆
  10. For my 35th Sega Genesis game review, I cover an obscure one... Ep 550: Bimini Run
  11. I've included my haul in this pickup video.
  12. Today for Football Card Friday, I open 5 packs of 2015 Score.
  13. Time for another giveaway! See video for details & enter at my Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thenosweargamer
  14. At the end of the third mission, focus on the targets on the ground, sometimes on the train tracks. You can't complete it until you hit enough ground targets. It's doesn't matter how many planes you hit.
  15. If only they would releases a Sega CDX mini...
  16. Sega announced the remaining games for the Sega Genesis Mini , including a surprise title!
  17. For my 41st Intellivision review, I cover a port of an Atari 2600 classic. Ep 549: River Raid
  18. It's Friday, which means it's time to opening some more football cards!
  19. Well, it could've been worse...😂 But in all seriousness, at least they picked it up and added color after the first set of games. Personally, I just wish they invested more in the actual development of the games, rather than farming them out to cheap, one man teams. The final releases were really good and games like that could've helped out a lot if they came out sooner.
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