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  1. Atari 2600 @Good Deal Games 2nd Dimension, The Atom Smasher (Case; #73 of 100) Clyde's Revenge Nintendo Entertainment System @RetroUSB Assimilate (Boxed) Beat 'Em and Eat 'Em More Glider (Boxed) Solaris (Boxed) AtariAge has also shipped an order, which should arrive shortly. While the Good Deal Games store is currently closed technically, they are still excepting, processing, and shipping orders. The store should be officially open by the end of July. Michael has added additional items in which discounts are available when the buyer mentions cessnaace in the comments field when placing an order. Here are the available cessnaace offers: Book Downright Bizarre Games: Video Games That Crossed The Line by Michael Thomasson $10 off on the purchase of either the Softcover or Hardcover edition. Game Pit-Fighter Atari 7800 Prototype (unfinished) $5 discount Magazines 1 FREE with every 2 purchased.
  2. I'm letting you know ahead of time what these discounts are for, but in all fairness to Michael Thomasson (of GDG) you'll need to watch my video on how to get the discounts. I ordered the items in question. After paying for them he offered to give the viewers of this video a discount on some of the merchandise. You must follow the directions of the video to get the discounts. Items Ordered Michael's book "Downright Bizarre Games: Video Games that Crossed the Line" Hardcover Edition. "Super Cobra" (7800) Hack of Bob Decrescenzo's 2012 "Scramble" for the 7800. Only 50 copies made available for sale. $39.75 "Pit-Fighter" (7800) Unfinished, but playable prototype. Currently on sale for $29.99 (regularly $36.75). Discounts (if you watch the video) $10 off on either edition of the book Additional $5 off on "Pit-Fighter" so $24.99 after watching the video Good Deal Games Unpacking Video (Discount Info) Michael offered to do this for me without my asking, although I did tell him that I was planning to show them when they arrived, plus do a Review Video. Also, he offered me discounts on these 2 items (just to be totally upfront about all this). Good Deal Games Home Page It's like I said in a previous blog entry, the homebrew and retro gaming community is made up of truly awesome people. Thanks Michael for all that you do. This sentiment applies to everyone here at AtariAge as well. 🥰
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