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#1 panamajoe OFFLINE  

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Posted Sun Aug 21, 2005 1:56 PM

frog.jpg Just saw a Frog Pond version made by Hozer...
is that thing rare?

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Posted Sun Aug 21, 2005 5:19 PM

Technically every reproduction cart would be considered rare. :P

Definitely not valuable, though.

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Posted Sun Aug 21, 2005 7:16 PM

I agree. Very hard to find but questionable value. Some people like Hozer carts but the poor quality of labels, boxes, etc. really hurt the collectabilty. Some of the Hozer carts that I have collected were DOA, didn't work, but you can always get someone to burn a replacement.

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Posted Mon Aug 22, 2005 1:28 PM

What year was this Frog Pong released by Hozer???
Also, the Hozer christmas tin was cool.(I saw it in the forum link at bottom of this page)I was not collecting yet, and totally missed that one. :sad:What year was the x-mass tin???
Thanks in advance;I had made a Hozer cart list, but, obviously, I had missed some.

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Posted Fri Aug 26, 2005 8:33 AM

What year was this Frog Pong released by Hozer???
Also, the Hozer christmas tin was cool.(I saw it in the forum link at bottom of this page)I was not collecting yet, and totally missed that one. :sad:What year was the x-mass tin???
Thanks in advance;I had made a Hozer cart list, but, obviously, I had missed some.

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I´m willing to sell or trade the FROG POND made by Hozer.
It´s coming with its box and it works fine.

whoever may be interested: PM me. :)

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Posted Fri Aug 26, 2005 8:57 AM

I disagree. Most Hozer releases had exceptional documents and labels for in many cases he seemed to spend a lot of time on thier development.

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Posted Fri Aug 26, 2005 7:37 PM

I disagree.  Most Hozer releases had exceptional documents and labels for in many cases he seemed to spend a lot of time on thier development.

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They may have had a nice design, but the printing left a lot to be desired. Most Hozer labels that I have seen have visible printer lines(banding) on them. They may have improved that aspect later on. I only have 5-6 carts by Hozer. Look close at the Frog Pond picture in the post above and you can see it.

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Posted Sat Aug 27, 2005 9:41 AM

I did not know that hozer made a frog pond, but I sure hope the label is a better quality than the Gun Fight carts I got, they were printed on paper, not glossy labels.

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Posted Sat Aug 27, 2005 12:49 PM

I disagree.  Most Hozer releases had exceptional documents and labels for in many cases he seemed to spend a lot of time on thier development.

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I tend to agree. The Hozer carts I have were made with nice labels. Then again, I'm not totally concerned with label quality as much as having an otherwise unattainable game cart to play on the real hardware.




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