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  1. When you get games this cheap, can any of them be any good?
  2. About 10 years ago I was curious about Gameboy Advance programming. I found the Unofficial Programming Guide written by Jonathan S. Harbour, so I printed it and put it into a 3-ring binder. I marked every chapter and then put it on my shelf at home. Here I am all these years later and I'm really not interested in it after all. o_O So before I recycle it, I wanted to know if anyone here wanted it. It weighs over 4 lbs. It will fit in a large flat rate box of which the cost was raised to $21.10. I think there are other options available that are just under $10 depending on where in the US it is going. If you are interested, let me know your zip code and I can try to find some shipping options from USPS . com. I'm only asking for shipping costs, but I would also accept an additional printing fee (completely optional and at your discretion) Kind regards,
  3. $1,000 shipped My wife & I bought this game when it first came out because we were fans of the Way Forward dev team who created this game under Capcom. We were in our "hyper focused" collecting phase so we kept the boxes and all packing materials for games & consoles we bought. The game itself is in MINT like new condition. I erased our save games from it so it's brand new for you. It was lovingly cared for and gently played with by adults who are classic gamers. This was one of the last games to be released for GBC so it has special GBA "enhancements" for graphics... the game looks and plays beautifully with either GBA or GBC but we suggest using a GBA SP with the backlighting on because the game really pops on the SP. I didn't know the game was as valuable or rare as it was until I recently found out by accident. I listed it at a little above current market value based on recent sales from web stats from several price watch web sites for collectibles. We will consider any reasonable offer from passionate collectors who would like to own this game. Name your price and we will get back to you within 24hrs. See photos! The condition is very good for the box, manuals and inserts. The cart is in MINT condition. The box and game manual have some stress creasing that is shown close up in the photos. I'm positive someone who is good with restoring packaging can get the creases out since they don't damage or mar the graphics at all. There are no tears or marks on anything We will ship this in a Flat Rate Priority Mail International small box with bubble wrap and crush-proofing. Shipping is free anywhere in the world we are allowed to ship to. Online review: The game is beautiful and has alot of Colorful visuals and was considered those rare overlooked games that no one has heard of. The reason why the game is expensive as of now is because the amount of copies are limimted between 20,000 - 25,000. The game also comes with something special once attached to a Gameboy advance systems. The graphics may not be as glossy like the next installments, but this takes alot of wonderful effects on creating blends and tones. The music is catchy and offers some of the best gameboy sound tracks ever created The controls are simple and prefect, if you manage to play Stepmania/DDR, this game has that effect built in which rakes in a lot of income to pay for power-ups. The fireflies scouting are difficult to find so you may need to require a guide. All in all, if you happen to find a copy of this game, Considered to be one of the lucky people. If you happen to own the colorful BOX art and instruction manual, considered to be one of the rarest few to keep it as a whole. Either way, the games value is Double if the set is completely full along with the adverts and manuals. BE WARNED!!!!!!!!! there are reproductions being released online, you can official own them but it will not hold it's originality. Box-sets are also being reproduced but it's No where NEAR real since it's Logo or emblems is either Enlargede by 5% or reducde by 4%..
  4. After going down to my local Gamestop and searching for complete Gameboy Advance titles, I was saddened to find that all they had was carts. But, the good news is that they have LOTS of carts still in stock. Is this the norm for anyone out there who collects Gameboy Advance titles? Granted, most were cheap ($10.00 on average), but of course the more "popular" titles were pricey ($25 or so for any Super Mario game I saw). Gba collectors, what are you running across out there in the wild? CIB games, or mostly just carts (probably with writing on them as well)?
  5. Nintendo's Gameboy Advance (GBA) was a world-wide success with 100's of great games for it. I choose 10 for my Top games for the handheld and show you some of the console versions I own. What games did I miss? Do you own any interesting versions of the GBA handheld?
  6. I just ordered a couple replacement SP shells and an IPS mod kit. I want to keep my old SP stock aside from the reshell, so need a GBA SP system for the mod. Since I'm going to be reshelling it, I don't care if the shell is scratched or chipped. I just need it to be in working order and capable of holding a charge, frontlit or backlit doesn't matter, the mod works on either revision. I don't need a charger. If anyone has one that they'd want to sell, pm me. Thanks! I'm in North Carolina and have paypal.
  7. why don't people clean their carts before attempting to sell them on craigslist? i spent two days trying to meet up with a guy selling a few gba carts for $6 each. when i got there and bought 5, they wouldn't work and there was dirt and nail polish on the backs of the cartridges. i tried 3 of them in my gba sp in the car and they wouldn't boot. i showed the seller and asked for my $28 back. yes, i know i could take them home and clean them with alcohol and a q-tip, but why wouldn't the seller have done this? its not like they were $1-$2 each. it just left a real bad taste in my mouth that (most) people don't take very good care of their things, yet they expect to be paid for them and believe they have value. i had to explain to my 10 year old daughter who was with me that we really don't need other peoples "junk" and just in case you're wondering these were games like spongebob squarepants and teentitans, nothing special.
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