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It only took me 30+ years of playing Nintendo games to finally make my own backups. Of course this kind of technology probably wasn't available to consumers in the late 1980's and early 90's... or was it? I don't remember playing ROM dumps on NESticle until college, and even then I didn't know anybody who made their own. We all just found them online.
Hi everyone! I haven't posted here in ages, but am doing some more paring down of my collection. Lots of rare games, vintage computer stuff, and related collectibles. Let my temporary insanity be your gain! Link to all items: http://www.ebay.com/sch/joesm00th/m.html The particularly cool things: Atari 2600 AtariAge HOLIDAY GREETING CART 2003, #10 of 10 Atari 2600 MARBLE CRAZE by Paul Slocum, CGE 2002 release in tin box tin Atari 2600 QB Special Edition by Andrew Davie, 2002, #98 of 100 release in wooden box ColecoVision KEVTRIS by Kevin Horton, 1996, #56 of 100, First CV homebrew! Atari 8-bit Castle Wolfenstein disk w/ manual Atari 8-bit Fort Apocalypse disk w/ manual Atari 8-bit Bruce Lee disk w/ manual Atari FLASHBACK 2 w/ cartridge port hack + A/V jacks Atari 400 CIB w/ styrofoam Atari 130XE system modified with switches (for debugging?) Enjoy! Joe