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  1. Hey fellas, does anybody have a Final Fantasy 3 manual for the SNES? Or a Turtles in Time Manual for the SNES? I have both games boxed but no manuals :/ let me know if you do, thanks! Also if you have any other random manuals or boxes, let me know, thanks!
  2. We just launched the KS for the game. Finally after many years. Here is the link: http://kck.st/361a4Pv If you want more background info, check out the story in the campaign. If you still have any questions, let me know. I'll be checking and updating this thread periodically. Thanks!
  3. Not sure were to post this. I have a SNES with the image continually flickering. The keeps going up, down, up, down like when we had an old TV with rabbit ears that was not properly adjusted. (See video) I have already checked the power, AV cables, replaced all the capacitors, try to adjust the little screw near the oscillator crystal, replaced the oscillator crystal and I keep getting the same issue with RF, composite and component cables. When I manage to run the test cartridge, all systems pass the test. I get no Fails. Any ideas what to look at next? VID_20200406_163351.mp4
  4. So this is a computer game and its called The Next Game Master. I just wanted to get fellow retro gamers feedback on this. I am in the process of coding it now and its a little more than half way done. Using a combination of NES, SNES, and Genesis ROMS & Emulators, it is a game for up to 8 players with 6 Rounds of challenges and then a final gauntlet round. Throughout these 6 rounds, you need to win challenges to earn points. After 6 rounds, points are tallied and the players are entered into a Gauntlet, with the first place player playing last. Here is a video of how it works for the most part: ROUND TRIVIA QUESTION Round 1: "I" in Team 2 Players play with AND/OR against each other to earn up to 3 points After the points are awarded, the scoreboard comes up ROUND TRIVIA QUESTION Round 2: Challenger 2 players play the same game individually to see who scores more points in it. ROUND TRIVIA QUESTION Round 3: Boss Fight Eeach player plays their own game to see if they can defeat the boss. ROUND TRIVIA QUESTION Round 4: Head 2 Head 2 players compete simultaneously in a coop game where the one with the most points at the end will earn points. ROUND TRIVIA QUESTION Round 5: Survival players play their own game to see if they can beat a certain level. ROUND TRIVIA QUESTION Round 6: Versus players compete 1 on 1 in a fighting game Gauntlet Round: Points are then tallied and ranked and the Gauntlet ROund begins. THe lower ranked players must defeat the next highest player to keep moving up until they play the #1 ranked player. Then in a Best of 5 Series of challenges, players compete in challenges to finally determine who is the Next Game Master! I played this with a group of friends and they loved it. Again, I just wanted to put this out there and see what you all think!
  5. All are complete in box w/ cart and manual except syd of valis which is c/b. Would love to sell as a lot but will make bundle deals as well. Selling only but will include free shipping w/ tracking in U.S. I don't have a price on Landstalker yet bc this is the one that has the promotional fruit roll up with it If you want a pic of insides (etc.) , please send me a pm and I'll shoot it over...thanks! Syd of Valis $118 Valis $80 SOLD Alisia $84 Shining Force $50 " II $75 Traysia $70 Wardner $70 Phantasy star III (manual worn)- free w/ purchase of 2 or more Evermore $75 Gaia $55 Mystic Quest $40 Y's III $55 Zelda: LTTP $78 Zelda OOT $55 Zelda Majora $55 *Pending sold And neogeo is on ebay but I can pull it if interested: http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-NeoGeo-Pocket-Color-Launch-Edition-Silver-Handheld-System-W-SONIC-GAME-/302227451071?hash=item465e28ecbf:g:kjMAAOSw3v5YpwlI
  6. More Hidden Gems for Super Nintendo! Mega game collector John Hancock shows some of the awesome games he recommends for SNES fans to play and add to their collection. GAMES SHOWN: Ninja Warriors Pirates of Dark Water Doom Troopers Uniracers Pac-Attack Pocky & Rocky 2 Musya Super Turrican 2 Bomberman Party Pack Lethal Enforcers Curious: How many SNES games do you have in your collection? My collection is at 60 games cuz... well, I started late
  7. I have a lot of games I'm trying to get rid of so I wanted to offer them here before they end up at the game store. I may entertain cash offers but mostly looking for trades at the moment. Maybe closer to the end of the week for cash. I have my wishlist along with the other stuff in the attached link. Feel free to offer any items that aren't specifically on my wishlist, especially NES/Famicom, SNES, and PS1 games and/or accessories. Action/platformers, puzzle, and horror games are good for me. Send me a PM with any offers, and please get your offers in by Friday around 12:00 noon EST. Edit: Continental US only please https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/134tHlI07W4mDp5KlxVfEpaE6t_-P4xLgUSyQTTnA5sc/edit?usp=sharing
  8. Hi guys, my name is Grazi and I'm from Brazil. Here in Brazil it's really difficult for collectors to find original game boxes, and when we find one it's not always in good conditions. So people love to buy repro boxes for their games, and the closer of the original, the better! The thing is, i'm moving to US and I would like to continue this work, but I'm still getting into your culture, so I would like to know if you guys like this kind of work, if you use to buy it, etc.. how do you like it? I already made game boxes for: Sega Genesis, SNES, NES, ATARI, N64, MASTER SYSTEM, GBA, GBC. And now I have this project of start making consoles/handhelds boxes also. You can see in the image below that I'm working on a GBC Yellow box, 100% vectorized (except the screenshots), and now I'm treating the background image in Photoshop. So I think the result will be really nice!!! I used to make repro boxes a long time ago, like this: (this material is different from what I'm using now) And this is an exemple of the new material I found: Now, few years later, I have studied Graphic Designer and I'm able to make a better job, because now I can improve the image so much more too. Just remembering, the images are not downloaded from websites and printed, they receive a long Photoshop treatment, and many icons and texts are all new (vector). So I would really appreciate if you guys could give some feedback of what you would like to see in terms of REPRO BOXES, like, 100% loyal to the original, custom version, etc. Just tell me
  9. My ebay page for all sales: http://www.ebay.com/usr/m15granger 100% on Racketboy, +19 (additional +5 not yet on RB transaction totals page yet) 100% on Atari Age, +1 100% feedback on ebay, 236 positive Items up on ebay, all current auctions: 8 auctions going up the evening of 5/26/15. - 13 Game Genesis Lot #1 - 13 Game Genesis Lot #2 - 11 Game Genesis/SNES Lot - El Viento - Rocket Knight Adventures - Ranger X - Robocop vs Terminator - Alisia Dragoon FYI, my ebay handle is m15granger.
  10. Hidden Gems for Super Nintendo! These are some of the best and most fun games few people know about. Mega game collector John Hancock (swlovinist) shows some of the games he recommends for SNES fans to play and add to their collection. What games would you like to see in Part 2?
  11. Just curious the forums list alot of common 8 bit consoles and then skips 16 bit consoles them goes right into modern gaming. Was in hopes there could be a discussion on Nes Snes sega gensis.
  12. Hey there guys and gals! After trying out some modern retro systems on my HDTV for a while I've come to the conclusion that I prefer doing my classic gaming on a CRT, so here's some hi-def retro goodies up for sale! To give you a reference for my reliability as a buyer and seller, you can see all the feedback I've received from selling games and related accessories on eBay over the last half a dozen or so years here:http://www.ebay.com/usr/hanz0d0g You can also find my AtariAge Marketplace User Feedback thread here:http://atariage.com/forums/topic/254880-jin/ Before we get down to business, here's the usual info: All prices listed below are firm and do not include shipping costs. Shipping costs to anywhere in the United States will be calculated by based on zip code and package size/weight. All games will be shipped via USPS in heavy duty cardboard sleeves wrapped in bubble wrap inside a padded bubble mailer to ensure that they arrive safely and undamaged, and delivery confirmation will be included so that you can track the package. International shipping is available upon request and will be calculated based on location. Payment is accepted via PayPal only and all sales are on a "first come first serve" basis. In other words, the first person to PM me about an item gets it! There are some things I am willing to accept in trade, and you can find the list of those items below: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Stuff I'll Trade For Atari 7800 system in excellent condition with no chips or cracks and a near mint chrome strip Game Boy Color system (I'll be refurbishing it with a new shell and buttons so any condition is fine as long as everything works properly) EverDrive GB X7 Original NES system in excellent condition with no yellowing, chips, or cracks Gray NES Zapper in excellent condition Sega Master System Light Phaser in excellent condition ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Now that we've got the formalities out of the way, here's what I have for sale. Analogue Mega SG I put probably a dozen or so hours of use on it and everything works perfectly and looks just like new, aside from the power brick which has a few rather large scratches on it. Price: SOLD RetroUSB AVS Looks just like new, no flaws or blemishes of any kind and works perfectly. Price: $170 Super Nintendo Classic Edition w/ Insignia 6ft Extension Cables Used but in very nice shape. The system itself is mint with no scratches or blemishes and the controllers are as well, with the exception of some light scratching on the second controller's A & B buttons. There is what appears to be a bit of white paint on the power cable though it was that way out of the box when I got it. Everything works just as it should with no problems of any kind. Price: SOLD Thank you for taking the time to view my sales thread and just shoot me a DM if you're interested in buying or trading for anything!
  13. This adapter was named after The 8 Bit Guy that came with a SNES layout for a game that he is developing (for Commodore PET/64) that have controls very similar to Robotron, where the directional Pad controls the movement while the X Y A B buttons control the shooting direction. Full keyboard control is provided using the SELECT and START buttons as Alt/Modifiers keys The connections to the Atari 5200 should be done by use of two cable extensions. If cable on Port 2 is not connected the X Y A B buttons behave like TOP/BOTTOM buttons. The adapter should also support the NTT data controller. Like the regular SNES controller the X Y A B buttons revert to TOP/BOTTOM when the cable on port 2 is not connected. The circuit shall also provide support for NES controllers, though with limited keypad support. The connection to the SNES controller should be done by cutting an extension cable and soldering the wires to the PCB. The PCB is designed to fit within a Hammond 1593J case. Base code is ready. Next step is prototyping. Murray-BaseCode.zip
  14. After a long and hard work both on the software and hardware front, I'm happy to announce you the release of my first SNES game: Yo-Yo Shuriken. Defend the dojo! Use your secret ninja weapon, the mighty "Yo-Yo Shuriken" to defeat the robot hordes and their deadly bosses. Master the technique of throwing the shuriken to attack enemies from the front and then recalling it to hit them from behind! Focus your energy into the Yo-Yo Shuriken to deliver a powerful charged attack that can cut through several enemies at once! 7 levels of intense action! Solo and 2-player co-op modes! The game is now available on cartridge with a beautiful cardboard box and a manual from Catskull Games: https://catskullgames.com/yo-yo-shuriken !Black Friday Sale! All the games from Catskull Games, including Yo-Yo Shuriken but also my previous Game Boy games (Sheep It Up! and DMG Deals Damage) are 10% off until December 2nd, 2019! At checkout, enter the promo code BF2019 to get the discount! The cartridge is made from newly built elements (PCB, shells, etc.) all designed and hand assembled in the US by Catskull himself. The cartridge is region-free. It has been tested and working on NTSC SNES, PAL SNES, JP SFC, and Analogue Super Nt. The box and manuals are also printed and hand assembled in the US, using materials that make them as close as possible to the original SNES releases from the 90's! Also, you can also buy only the ROM of the game if you prefer to play it on emulator: https://drludos.itch.io/yo-yo-shuriken Whether you play it on real hardware or on emulator, I really hope you'll enjoy this game!
  15. I figured I'd ask here if anyone has a really nice, original SNES with original components, that HAS NOT been retrobrighted and HAS NOT been modded and that they'd be willing to part with for a fair price. P.S. I'm not exactly seeking anything fancy like CIB or a 1CHIP. I just want an unmolested SNES that looks and functions as new with all the rudimentary OEM stuff included. That said, I'd consider whatever you have that fits the above criteria and is priced fairly according to what it is.
  16. Hey all, I just ran into this on my feed on Twitter, and WOW, I cant wait to be able to play it. It looks epic... Video/pics here... Some examples from above... It's a completely new game, all new levels, 4 player capable and stays faithful of the original. There is a rom out there for it, that I found, if you follow some of the messages on the above link, you should be able to find it. I have a Super Wild card but, the floppy drive is dead. I ordered a Floppy Emulator and it's due in tomorrow... This means I have the rom and I cant even play it tonight It really does look incredible and the dev put years of work into it..
  17. Hey there guys and gals This holiday season I'm going to be getting an Analogue Super NT and I've been on a quest to get the best wired SNES controllers that I can get for it in brand new condition, and I've decided on going with the controllers from a Super Nintendo Classic Edition coupled with some adapters to interface them with original SNES controller ports. With that in mind I'm looking to buy either a new/sealed Super Nintendo Classic Edition system to snag the controllers from it, or just two new and unused controllers if anyone has an extra leftover from their Super Nintendo Classic Edition that they never got around to using. Price wise I'm looking to pay either $100 PayPal'd and shipped for a complete and new/sealed Super Nintendo Classic Edition or $25 shipped each for new condition Super Nintendo Classic Edition controllers. Thank you for taking the time to view my thread and just and just shoot me a PM if you have what I'm looking for and would like to sell!
  18. Hi all! Got a few more games for sale. Buy one, buy more than one, take the whole lot? Shipping is a flat $5 in the US. PM me if interested and thanks for looking [sNES] ActRaiser $19 Super Mario All-Stars, with manual $19 [N64] Donkey Kong 64 $9 Glover $9 [3DS] Ocarina of Time, complete $9 [Dreamcast] Ms. Pac-man Maze Madness, complete $9 [PS2] Final Fantasy X-2, complete $9 Robotech: Battlecry, with box $4 [PS4] Final Fantasy XV, complete $9 (note FF XV is the European version, but it is region free) Mass Effect Andromeda, complete $9 Cheers, Ben
  19. Hello all, I have a question about SNES cartridges with the save game feature - the ones with internal batteries. I was given several carts that the batteries exploded in, and I was wondering how similar the board inside is between different games. I don't have enough of a variety to know the answer to this question. Are the internal boards the same except for the main IC that contains the game ROM? I'm asking because one of the games is Breath Of Fire, and it's in really bad shape inside. If I could pop out a Super Mario World that's in great shape, and swap the IC, that would be ideal, but I'm not sure that's a valid option. I'm thinking that there were several types of boards, and unless someone knows which games use which boards, I'm probably out of luck. Thanks! Whoops! I actually solved my question - sometimes Google is your friend.. I searched this many times, but never came up with this site until just now - http://www.snescentral.com/index.php They have info on the internals, along with pictures and which games use which board types..
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    Ah, screw it.. I just found out I can get more for what's left by trading them in to the independent gaming store locally than I would by selling them here, haha. Consider everything that was left to be gone!
  21. I currently have a PSP 1000 running 6.39 pro B firmware. Emulation has been buggy. The smoothest has been GBA, the NES emulator begins adjusting screen position by itself, and the framerate on SNES- for all games- is dreadful. So: What is the solution? Are there optimal emulators for that firmware? And do later versions of the PSP with higher RAM make a real difference? Thanks.
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