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Marc Oberhäuser

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Marc Oberhäuser last won the day on March 29 2012

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About Marc Oberhäuser

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    River Patroller
  • Birthday 06/17/1968

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    Düren, Germany
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    Video- and Computer Games, FC Bayern München, Motorsport, Peugeot RCZ
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    Visual Studio & Adobe Creative Cloud
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  1. Well, I sold my CIB for EURO 75 last year.
  2. This time I proudly present Dan Cage's (bfstats here on AtariAge) reproduction boxes for the US releases from Epyx: - California Games - Summer Games - Winter Games They have the original design, shrinked down to the regular Atari 2600 box size for Dan's long-time project "THE WALL". He kindly has given me the ok to offer the designs along with my box creations.
  3. This time I proudly present Dan Cage's (bfstats here on AtariAge) reproduction boxes for the white-box US releases from Sega: - Spy Hunter - Tapper - Up 'n' Down They have the original design, shrinked down to the regular Atari 2600 box size for Dan's long-time project "THE WALL". He kindly has given me the ok to offer the designs along with my box creations.
  4. This time I proudly present Dan Cage's (bfstats here on AtariAge) reproduction boxes for the black-box US releases from Sega: - Buck Rogers - Congo Bongo - Star Trek - Sub Hunt - Tac Scan - Thunderground They have the original design, shrinked down to the regular Atari 2600 box size for Dan's long-time project "THE WALL". He kindly has given me the ok to offer the designs along with my box creations.
  5. Verdammt... 45 Jahre... Ruhe in Frieden.
  6. I made a poster about the Atari Lynx system: Heroes & Villains of the Atari Lynx: Pixel Art/Sprites from all officially released Lynx games Size: A3 - 420 x 297 mm (folded to A4) Paper: 135g glossy 4/4 color digital print A poster is EURO 3.00, world-wide shipping is EURO 4.00 in robust envelope (combined shipping with other items is possible of course). The posters are pre-folded. It’s impossible to ship them in rolls, it’s just too expensive (shipping would be EURO 37.00). Heroes & Villains of the Atari Lynx All posters I've available (at the moment)
  7. I made two posters about the Atari 7800 system: Heroes & Villains of the Atari 7800: Pixel Art/Sprites from all officially released 7800 games & 7800 Games Library: All officially released 7800 games on one poster Size: A3 - 420 x 297 mm (folded to A4) Paper: 135g glossy 4/4 color digital print Each poster is EURO 3.00, world-wide shipping is EURO 4.00 in robust envelope (combined shipping with other items is possible of course). The posters are pre-folded. It’s impossible to ship them in rolls, it’s just too expensive (shipping would be EURO 37.00). Heroes & Villains of the Atari 7800 7800 Games Library
  8. I made two posters about the Atari 5200 system: Heroes & Villains of the Atari 5200: Pixel Art/Sprites from all officially released 5200 games & Poster 5200 Games Library: All officially released 5200 games on one poster Size: A3 - 420 x 297 mm (folded to A4) Paper: 135g glossy 4/4 color digital print Each poster is EURO 3.00, world-wide shipping is EURO 4.00 in robust envelope (combined shipping with other items is possible of course). The posters are pre-folded. It’s impossible to ship them in rolls, it’s just too expensive (shipping would be EURO 37.00). Heroes & Villains of the Atari 5200 5200 Games Library
  9. I finally managed to finish my The Last Starfighter box for the 5200. It's based on an official artwork, the logo is from the first release (the anniversary release has a different one).
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  11. Here a box for the game Heart like a Wheel (based on the movie with the same title) from 20th Century Fox. The artwork used is from a movie theatre poster. If you want to know more about the game just check the page on AtariProtos right here: http://www.atariprotos.com/2600/software/unknown3/unknown3.htm
  12. Yep, they were made by RTS. I bought them for my 520 back in the days. They are ok, but sometimes a key gets loose.
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