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About jeremiahjt

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  1. I had a 7800 from 1986 or 1987 (got an NES a year after) and still bought 2600 games new along with 7800 and NES games. I definitely remember buying Double Dragon new and the Atari Corp. rerelease of Basic Programming and I think Swordquest: Fireworld. All my new game purchases probably came from Toys 'R Us or KayBee Toys.
  2. I bought some TurboGrafx-16 games from krae_man and they arrived fast all the way from Canada. Highly recommended to do business with.
  3. 1943 and Super Pitfall on NES. Super Pitfall is a game I have wanted to beat for a long time and I finally did it. I never would have been able to beat as a kid when I rented it.
  4. Did the sale fall through? I saw it sold for $455.
  5. Bumping this in case any new Australian 7800 fans have showed up recently.
  6. I always assumed that the first run of Double Dragon manuals would look more like the Atari versions of the black manuals. Like Battlewheels: The cover for the Atari manuals look exactly like the front of the box without any kind of black borders on the top or bottom. I really thought the Telegames manuals looked the same, but after looking at Desert Strike, European Soccer Challenge, and Super Off Road I do not think they ever looked like the Atari ones. I know later copies of these manuals cropped off some of the comlynx information, but I do not think they ever were released without the extra black space at the top and bottom.
  7. I am really just interested in the cover.
  8. Any chance you misplaced it?
  9. Does anybody have a scan of the cover for the first run of Double Dragon manuals? All the ones I have seen (online only) seem to be cropped poorly. I know Telegames have an up and down history when it comes to their quality, but I figured the first run would have been done professionally and would look like it.
  10. I didn't consider the extra points I got from all those extra men I collected. I should have taken a picture after I used my last non-farmed life. I think I picked up 5 or 6 to get to 9. One thing to consider is that 1-up farming was only to gain the extra lives and not to rack up points. My score before picking up the 1-ups was 533,700, which I think is still enough for a new record.
  11. And Ninja Gaiden III: The Ancient Ship of Doom can be added to the list. I did not use any continues, but I did use the 1-up trick in 6-2. I am still counting it though.
  12. New high score for Ninja Gaiden III: The Ancient Ship of Doom; 241,000 after rolling the score. That does include farming for 1-ups though. If that is a problem you can knock off 52,600 points off. I took a picture before I started getting the 1-ups and after I was done.
  13. How about my Ninja Gaiden score from last week, 140,400?
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