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    Melbourne, Australia
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    Atari, Jaguar, SSI RPG's, Retro console link-ups, Themed 360/console LAN events

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  1. Hi all, I just listed my original, vintage, New Old Stock (never set-up or used) ATARI Phoenix Mobile store display on eBay: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Atari-PHOENIX-Store-Display-Mobile-NEW-Sealed-Original-RARE-Vintage-NOS/193902899445?hash=item2d258370f5:g:x3IAAOSwXQJgL62- Shipping to most countries available (North America, UK, New Zealand, etc) but please check auction listing or just ask me here if you reside anywhere else but are interested. I was hoping to have a dedicated Atari games room set up but unfortunately it did not eventuate due to space constraints. As such, I'm just now starting to let go of not just my Atari games and systems (large Lynx collection going up shortly with lots or rarities), but many Atari collectibles and memorabilia that I am starting to list as well. Good luck to anyone who is going to bid - I truly hope Phoenix gets to rise up in a good new home
  2. Thank you very much. I'm not sure as I can't remember seeing the boxes for them (only used and looked at the game boxes/info previously). I'll have to take a look. I don't have easy access to a scanner but I definitely want to scan that Atari Lynx Cereal Promo Box! This is the only one I have ever seen myself.
  3. Hi, yes, I will be separating and listing them for sale. I will make a post in the Marketplace section in a day or two
  4. The Atari Lynx » one of the most underrated fun handheld systems, especially when it comes to multiplayer gaming. Here is most of my collection (not counting all the doubles / full ComLynx Cart sets) I’m putting up here as a beautiful reminder before I sell it all in order to channel all energy (and funds) into my gaming book projects. I just wish I took photos before I sold off a few of the other official Lynx CIB games, as I had the full boxed release set, with the exception of Hard Drivin’ (never had the box or poster, only a few carts). I’m going to miss having these, especially the rare Lynx pieces that I have, and had (already said goodbye to my 2 Lynx Store/Counter Display Units). At the end of the day, I’d rather see these beauties go to someone who will appreciate them more than just having them stored away and used once a year. Thank you for all the beautiful memories. I hope you get make some new ones soon! ^^ 🍻
  5. WOW! This is awesome CJ! Thanks!! I (semi) regularly link up the ST and Amiga versions together via null modem cable for some head to head action (that tends to spin quite a few people out seeing the two competing systems linked up for VS play). Any change you're making an Amiga CD32 port to cross-link with the Jag? And thanks Gaz for the twitter post giving me a heads up on this!
  6. I have one as well... but not all buttons on the jagged work well (some repeat other button functions). Weird thing is, these are reversed when I use on a PC as compared to when I run it on Mac Never did figure it out...
  7. They look SWEET! What is the history behind these? Never seen them before.
  8. My thoughts exactly! And thanks for the Lynx links guys I'm thinking about getting one or more of the clear ones as they'd be good Lynx stands for use in our retro areas at large events/Expos.
  9. First off, wonderful collection! Absolutely love seeing all those beautiful variants! I'm going to have to bookmark this just in order to use it as a 2600 Variants Encyclopaedia! Great get! I scored one myself from a second hand store (loose T-Handle only) a few years back. Was this a private sale or find in the wild? If this was via eBay then you must have snapped it up in an instant as it never even crossed my radar! In any case, nice score And once again, AWESOME collection and thank you for sharing.
  10. The Jaguar, followed closely by the XEGS. The XEGS was my very first gaming system and the Jaguar was the first I ever had to work for to buy. Both hold super sweet spots in my heart. The worst of these two for me is, after attaining every single official release CIB for both systems, I'm in a small unit atm where I can't even display these beauties! And that's another favourite thing about these two systems: the box art! Out of all the various computer and console systems from the 70's up till today, my absolute favourite are tied between the blue-box XEGS and the sleek Jag boxes!!
  11. $81.40 (USD) for a Faceball VB prototype (CIB) for the Virtual Boy
  12. Master System 3 (from TecToy - Brazil) with 131 built-in games http://segaretro.org/Master_System_3 I like to set this up at events & expos as its got a large variety of games and there is zero chance of cartridges 'disappearing' (as uncommon as that is).
  13. 2532 Only jumped on tonight! Damn stress packed life atm! What's worse is my Raphnet Technologies JagPad adapter does not recognize Right on the D-Pad, so have to use Down for Right instead! Anyone else using one of these on Virtual Jag? Anyone else have this problem??
  14. I'd love to have just one of them Lynx historical beauties adorning one of the walls (and if safe then to take them to our events and expos). Most of all i think i'd love the Gauntlet, Slime World and Zarlor ones
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