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  1. I have for sale a NeoTeam Magic Key II (MVS to AES adapter) + MVS 161-n-1 banana cart. The Magic Key II is the blue version (not the green version) updated to the then latest firmware (2.0), ideally all official MVS games should play with it but I have not tried any besides the aforementioned banana cart. Both of them are yours in bundle for 165 USD + S&H (Paypal friend and family, US only). The Magic Key II has been modded with a switch to allow disabling the onboard unibios, the banana cart has been modded to add a couple of capacitors on the 2 sound traces to fix the fact that sometimes volume suddenly jumps/drops. I tested the bundle as of 6/25/2019 at 8:30PM and it all worked (I tried SVC chaos+ out of the banana cart). Interesting fact about the Magic Key II adapter: when NeoTeam built it they copied the onboard unibios without Razoola permission, they settled and paid Razoola partially via a certain number of these adapters the he had to sell himself, this is one of those adapters that I bought directly from him .... it's not really different than the regular ones, there's no Razoola autograph or anything to prove one way or another, just a fun fact about it (it comes in it's original box). Note that the Magic Key II onboard Unibios does not work with the MVS 161-n-1 banana cart so you have to keep the switch on the off position when playing it, but the combo works just fine if you have a Unibios on your AES motherboard instead (and you should definitely have one), the combo works perfectly with Unibios 4 pick'n'mix feature (instant play of about 95 distinct MVS games, not even NeoSD pro to RAM is that fast).
  2. 😀 Hello all Did you miss me? Back with another game review this time Burning Fight. Its a good beat'em up but unfortunately got crowded out back in the day. Feel free to check out my game review, hope you enjoy it. Anthony hope I got this right LOL as the format has changed a little and its been a while.
  3. Hi i have a japanese neo geo aes system that i wanna sell. It comes with the large original controller pad, a neo geo memory card, a couple of games and the super MVS to SNK convertor II. the two games are: 161 in 1 cartridge MVS Temco World soccer 96 MVS I can sell all of them in a bundle for $700 us dollars, or i can sell them individually. I will ship for free to North america. Rest of the world would be for 50 dollars. PM me and we will discuss a deal. Thank you. Images are up.
  4. It has come time for me to finally commit to selling my NeoGeo. I don't want to... but, its wasting away. I haven't played it (more than a couple minutes for testing and pictures) in a year+. I would rather someone else spend time actually using it and enjoying it, instead of it sitting around gathering dust. Its a low serial, US, includes two original joysticks, the manual, and warranty sheet. Plus 3 games: Crossed Swords, Magician, and King of Monsters. The original power supply, and composite cable.. plus a mini-DIN to Euroscart for RGB out on a framemeister. I just tested it... and it worked great (RGB only... can't test composite). I cannot figure out what to sell it for because almost all the eBay ones are Japanese models, don't have 3 games, don't have two original joysticks, and don't have manuals (or RGB out... but that is minor). Someone help me price this thing. And if you are interested before it goes on eBay... let me know. We can talk. Here is an imgur album and I attached a single picture of it as well. https://imgur.com/a/33fOU4t Thanks for the advice in advance.
  5. Ola Retrogamers, Last winter I presented the STARFORCE PI Electronic Tabeltop Mini-Arcade on this forum to gauge interest and collect feedback which I could use in preparing a Kickstarter campaign to produce this all-in-one system with a solid arcade experience (www.starforcepi.com). We unfortunately fell short at 49K of the 190K funding goal, but it was a pretty good response, with some decent coverage by techblogs. Because of this I decided to continue working on this project together with Hartmut Wendt (hwhardsoft.de). In parallel to working on a small-volume limited release run, I decided to explore the possibility of building a Neo Geo MVS into the smallest and lightest form factor possible. This was to compare actual Neo Geo games on original hardware with the more budget friendly emulated experience of the SFP. After roughly 4 months of working, tinkering, cutting, thinking and cursing I finished a fully functional mini Neo Geo MVS system: The STARFORCE NEO All-in-One System. The entire build cost around €600, using original and premium components, with a further €150 euro for the extra controller and multicart (161-in-1 MVS to AES shell conversion + box). Check out the attached pictures for an impression of the system, and visit the STARFORCE PI blog for a little more information on the system. SPECS: · Authentic SNK Neo Geo MV-1B hardware · Neo Geo MVS Cartridge Compatible · 2x Neo Geo Controller Inputs (Player 1 & 2) · Integrated SEIMITSU Joystick & 6 buttons (Player 1) · Integrated 8” 480p LCD Screen (4:3) + HDMI Output · SmallCab SuperGun to SCART-to-HDMI · SGL3000 Scanline Generator · Logitech Z120 Internal 1.2Watt Stereo Speakers · 3.5mm Headphone Stereo Jack · BeQuiet! Silent PSU SFW Power 2 400W · Vintage 1982 Minitel 1 Converted Case · Dimensions: 23 x 25 x 26 cm I'll post some pictures and a video of it working with the multicart soon, and I will prepare a build report for the blog so you can have a look at the internals, and how I made certain features. I'd appreciate any feedback, questions and insights you can offer. Enjoy! Marcel SFP Development Team
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