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Thrift store games for sale - portable and handheld games

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All proceeds from the sale of these games will benefit Humble Area Assistance Ministries. I do volunteer work at their thrift store, sorting through their video game donations and figuring out how to best get some bucks for the organization. I get first dibs, you get good deals, HAAM gets money, the local community gets charity, everybody wins!

Since these were (mostly) thrift store donations, they come in a wide variety of conditions. Prices are set based on value and condition, and I will provide more details for any game you want. Except for the occasional still-sealed game, it is safe to assume these are all in "used" condition, to one degree or another. All games are tested before listing. Anything missing from or required to play a particular game will be noted in the listing.

This particular thread lists handheld and portable games. For console and computer games, see this thread. Games from both threads can be combined in a single package.

Prices do not include shipping. Only exact shipping will be charged; no handling fees. Asterisks are for my own record-keeping and do not affect the final price. Crossed-out items are pending.

Nintendo Portable Hardware and Accessories

*Game Boy Advance SP console, pearl blue model AGS-101. Unit is functional and in good shape. Screen has only a few very minor blemishes. Power supply included. Picture and additional details here. Asking $50.

*DSi console, white model TWL-001. Unit is in good physical shape, but will not stay powered on. Both screens have screen protectors that are well worn but can be replaced easily. Stylus included. Picture and additional details here. Asking $5 "for parts".

NEW: First-party power supply, model NTR-002 for original DS console.  Also works with the Game Boy Advance SP.  Asking $2.

First-party battery pack, model DMG-03-US/CAN. Power cord not included. Game Boy logo was rubbed off the case. Untested, presumed dry. Asking $1.

First-party battery pack, model DMG-03-USA or DMG-03-US/CAN. Power cord not included. Game Boy plug's tip has broken off. Untested, presumed dry. Pictures and additional details here. Asking $1.

NEW: Wild Things link base and two cables for the Game Boy Advance.  Allows up to four-player connectivity.  Asking $2.

Nintendo Game Boy Loose Cartridges - no boxes, no manuals
Ultima: Runes of Virtue II (upper-right corner of label is torn away) - $10

Nintendo Game Boy Advance Loose Cartridges - no boxes, no manuals

Backyard Hockey - $1

Bratz: Forever Diamondz - $1 (2x)

Cars (Disney/Pixar/THQ) - $1

GT Advance Championship Racing 1 / 2 / 3 / MotoGP (4 games in 1) - $4

The Incredibles - $1

Matchbox Missions: Air, Land and Sea Rescue / Emergency Response - $1

SpongeBob SquarePants: Lights, Camera, Pants! - $1

Spy Kids 3D: Game Over - $1

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 - $1

Nintendo DS Loose Game Cards - no cases, no manuals

NEW: Brain Age - $1

Brain Age 2 - $1

Brain Challenge - $1

The Cheetah Girls: Pop Star Sensations - $1

Dora the Explorer: Dora Saves the Mermaids (felt-tip writing on card label) - $1

*Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter - $1

Go Diego Go! Safari Rescue (felt-tip writing on card label) - $1

Hannah Montana: The Movie - $1

Nintendogs: Best Friends - $3

Pinkalicious: It's Party Time - $1

Sega Casino - $1

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen: Autobots (felt-tip writing on card label) - $1

 

Nintendo DS Game Cards with Cases and Manuals - each case includes the original cover insert

Interactive Storybook DS - $2

NEW: LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga (factory-sealed) - $10

 

Sega Portable Accessories

First-party carrying cases. Has places for the console and first-party accessories including power supply, battery pack, screen magnifier and TV tuner. Pictures and additional details here.

  • In excellent shape, with shoulder strap - $7
  • In good shape (some tray warping but nothing serious) - $5
  • In good shape (some tray warping but nothing serious) and only one zipper (still can close all the way) - $5
  • In fair shape (inner tray has some cracks, but can still stow all hardware securely) - $3

Third-party carrying case. Pictures and additional details here. Asking $2.

Sega Game Gear Loose Cartridges - no boxes, no manuals; clamshell cases not included
*The Majors: Pro Baseball - $0.50

Mortal Kombat - $2
*NFL '95 (Sega Sports) - $0.50

Sony PSP Loose Discs - no manuals, no cases
Daxter (Greatest Hits) - $2
FIFA Soccer 08 - $0.25
*Gladiator Begins - $3

*Madden NFL 06 - $0.25
Madden NFL 08 - $0.25

Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker - $3

Mortal Kombat Unchained (Greatest Hits) - $5
Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters - $2
*Star Wars Battlefront: Renegade Squadron - $2 (2x)

 

Sony PSP Discs with Original Cases - each case includes the original cover insert; no manuals

Star Ocean: First Departure - $10

 

Sony PSVita with Original Cases and Any Paperwork - each case includes the original cover insert

Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational (includes Online Pass activation code, though code may be used or expired) - $5

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I now have a PlayStation Portable, so I can finally test the loose UMD's I've been accumulating. If you're a PSP fan, be sure to check out the first post for the updated list.

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Edited bump.

 

Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer for the 3DS, still factory sealed. Asking $15. Sold!

 

Horses 3D, complete in case for the 3DS. Asking $15. Sold!

 

New Super Mario Bros. 2, loose for the 3DS. Asking $10. Sold!

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The blue-case edition of the Sega Game Gear. This console is in great physical shape with only a slight bit of scuffing on the case and on the screen, all of which are exaggerated by the camera flash in my opinion. Unfortunately, like so many old Game Gears, this one won't stay on for more than a second or so. Both battery covers are here. Asking $5 "for parts". Sold!

 

The Atomic Purple edition of the Game Boy Color. Unlike the Game Gear, this console works perfectly. Also opposite to the Game Gear, this one has many noticeable nicks and scratches on the screen, only a few of which were picked up by the camera. They're serious enough that a perfectionist would want to replace the screen, but they're not so bad that they detract from game play. The battery door is here. Asking $12. Sold!

 

Two loose cartridges of Pokémon: Blue Version for the Game Boy or Game Boy Color. Asking $10 each. Both sold!

 

Pokémon: Goldene Edition, loose for the Game Boy or Game Boy Color. This is the German release of Pokémon: Gold Version, with all in-game text in German. The cartridge plays flawlessly on a North American Game Boy Color. Asking $15. Sold!

 

Super Mario Bros. Deluxe, loose for the Game Boy Color. Asking $8. Sold!

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An Ice Blue Nintendo DS Lite. It works, but it has issues, mostly due to a flaky hinge between the two halves... Asking $5 "for parts" due to the flaky hinge. Sold!

 

Animal Crossing: Wild World, complete in box for the Nintendo DS. Asking $12. Sold!

 

Star Wars: Battlefront II, complete in box for the PSP. Asking $5. Sold!

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Add these to my pile:

 

Nintendo Portable Hardware and Accessories

NEW: Nintendo DS Lite (Ice Blue edition; some issues; details and pictures below) - $5

 

Nintendo Game Boy Advance Loose Cartridges - no cases, no manuals

NEW: Mario Party Advance - $5

NEW: Namco Museum - $1

 

 

Nintendo DS Game Cards with Original Cases and Manuals

LEGO Battles: Ninjago - $3

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Edited bump.

 

Indigo Game Boy Advance, fully functional. The screen does have some scratches, but these do not distract from game play, and for the most part are only obvious in direct light. Asking $12. Sold!

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Electronic Basketball. I'm not quite sure who made this one, or when it came out. It looks exactly like a Basketball game made by Electronic Readout Systems, and even shares the same model number, 003401, but this one doesn't have the company logo. There's a good chance it's an unauthorized clone. Whatever the case, it's in good physical shape, and it's fully functional. One of the 9V battery connectors has a minor bit of corrosion, but that doesn't stop the battery from making good contact. The display is a bit scuffed, but no worse than what you might expect from a handheld this old, and it doesn't get in the way of the action. The battery door is included. Asking $3. Sold!

 

Mattel Electronics Baseball, first released in 1978. This one is also in good shape for its age, a bit scuffed and dirty but still fully usable. The battery compartment and connectors are clean, and the battery door is included. Asking $7. Sold!

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