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Check out this thread from The Cover Project forum: http://www.thecoverproject.net/forums/index.php?topic=22545.msg210563;topicseen#new It appears people are making their own physical copies of "digital only" switch games. How it works: -Buy blank switch cases, have art inserts printed up and insert them -But micro sd insert for switch cart space in game cases (wiggy creating and selling these on TCP-Or they come in certain retail game cart holders) http://www.thecoverproject.net/forums/index.php?topic=23139.msg206496#msg206496 -Put digital games onto individual smaller micro SD's that fit them (and potential future updates) -Create and place small cartridge labels (this just getting started.) Kind of a cool idea and something I might pursue. Seems like a good way to create your own physical copies as much as is possible. Any interest or total folly?
Does anyone sell the genesis clam-shells new currently? I'm starting to get later games in the cardboard boxes and need to make my own cases from them from TCP art. Of course I want everything to be matchy matchy and don't want to use UGC's for this. I've cannibalized crappy sports games in the past for the case, but looking for a better solution. Thanks!
Who has both the box and manuals for these games on the sega master system? (Paying $5.00 each) Monopoly Black Belt Need only manuals for the following Sega Master System games: (Paying $3.00 each) Shinobi Rastan And I would like to have the manuals for these games on the Gamecube: Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker ($9.00) Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door ($5.00) Scooby Doo: Night of 100 Frights ($2.00) Mario Superstar Baseball ($2.00) Mario Power Tennis ($2.00) Star Wars Rogue Squadron 2: Rogue Leader ($2.00) Finally, both the case and manuals for these games on the Gamecube: (Paying $7.00 each) Metroid Prime Pac-Man World 2
I don't recall in which forum I saw this post, but someone was looking for Atari cartridge cases. I called today to make sure they were still in stock and they are. Anyone can get the original Atari Library Cases. They are black with wood grain fronts and have the manual slot in factory packaging. These are for 8-bit cartridges only. They go for $8.00 a piece. They also have 6' extension cords which will work with both joysticks and paddles. They also have 10' and 20' extension cables which work with joysticks only. The 6' and 10' cords go for $6.00 and the 20' goes for $8.00. You can even get fire buttons ($1.50 each) and springs ($.50 each) These are available from Best Electronics: 408-278-1070, [email protected] Hope that helps a bit.