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  1. Thanks for the link! Forgive my ignorance, but are Lynx games region free? I'm in the US.
  2. It's very much an easy pick up and play kind of game. There's something that can be satisfying about smashing things. Despite being a frustrating game from time to time, it always helps me relieve some frustration. I always tend to get sucked in. I think I'm just going to play a couple of cities and turn the game off, but I end up telling myself "just one more city!" I played some in the arcade and on the Lynx (which is a great version), but most of my building destruction days were done on the 7800.
  3. As someone who is working on a complete Lynx set, I am still looking for this game. Though I'm relatively new to collecting, I would say it's on the rarer side of the officially released titles. Where did you get it from and how much did you purchase it for?
  4. Only one day left to make a bid! Thank you to everybody for looking and their kind words on my first eBay posting. Please feel free to ask me any questions. I have a couple of smaller items I might be selling. I also have some boxes and manuals for Atari 7800 that I would be willing to part with but didn't want to include in the auction.
  5. Thanks Wongo! I think you are still the highest bidder. I hope you are right though that it goes higher. Only three days left to bid!
  6. Thanks! If only I could trade in these AtariAge points, I'd be able to afford a copy of Tank Command. I imagine if I didn't grow up with Atari or was never a collector, I might be asking those kinds of questions. But I'm pretty close to a complete 7800 cartridge collection as well as a Lynx one, so I've learned what to expect things should sell for. The loose cartridges are a mixed bunch, some in great condition (like Ninja Golf) and some (like Rampage) have seen better days. The games all work pretty well, so I hope whoever ends up with them is ultimately happy. The boxed ones are in excellent shape, though Dig Dug's manual is a little crumpled.
  7. Ha! Thanks for the compliments. Where do the old timers usually post? I'll have to make my way over there. Being my first ever time selling on EBay, I really don't know what to expect. I read up a little on the do's and don't's of online selling, so I thought I would give it a try, I'm not necessarily looking to turn a huge profit, but hoping to get a little bit of money to help me purchase some other games for my collection. I hope that collectors can find a couple of games in each lot that are worth bidding on and keeping.
  8. Hi all, I'm new to selling on EBay and have decided to sell some of my Atari 7800 games. 18 Game Cartridge Lot including Ninja Golf: https://www.ebay.com/itm/18-Game-Atari-7800-Lot-Ninja-Golf-RARE-Midnight-Mutants-More-Tested/292485145238?hash=item4419792296:g:6CUAAOSwacVaphUN 3 Sealed Games including Scrapyard Dog: https://www.ebay.com/itm/3-Game-Lot-SEALED-Scrapyard-Dog-2-More-Atari-7800/292485151033?hash=item4419793939:g:8McAAOSwWUlaph5K 8 Games with Box and Manual including Food Fight, Dig Dug, etc.: https://www.ebay.com/itm/8-Game-Lot-Atari-7800-Complete-Box-Manual-Food-Fight-Dig-Dug-More-CIB/292485153872?hash=item4419794450:g:tlYAAOSweBFapwIi Please let me know if you have any questions! Also, if you have any advice for me as a first time seller, please feel free to make recommendations!
  9. Wow, these cards look amazing! I joined this forum just to order them.
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