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#1
Re: Price check: nesters, vertical force, galactic pinball cart only good condition
Posted on: 2018/4/26 3:56
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I've been working on hunting down some VB titles lately and from everything I've been seeing, Nester's is $30-35, Vertical Force is in the $20-25 range and Galactic Pinball tends to be $15-20. Cart only will help keep costs down but it seems like most games are rising in price a bit.
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#2
Re: Dust covers
Posted on: 2018/4/19 22:30
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I was staring at my stack of carts and pondering dust covers recently too. Iíd need 7-10 and would also be down to consider a bulk purchase.
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#3
Re: Virtual boy permanent LED screen solder repair service
Posted on: 2018/4/14 2:15
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Iíd like to hope thatís my Virtual Boy in the photo but either way, I just wanted to join the team of happy folks with repaired VBs. My system arrived this afternoon and itís both looking and playing like new. Thanks, Nes Freak!
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#4
Re: Flash Cart for Virtual boy
Posted on: 2018/4/2 19:10
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I'm so sorry if I caused any confusion. Being new, I should have done my homework first. After going back through and seeing the previous posts about the hardware development that's been done, I'm genuinely excited for this. Thank you for all that you've done and all of your current work!
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#5
Re: Flash Cart for Virtual boy
Posted on: 2018/4/2 4:45
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Hahaha. I whiffed that one hard. Well done!
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#6
Re: Flash Cart for Virtual boy
Posted on: 2018/4/2 3:09
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You can certainly count me as interested. I love my Everdrives and a similar cart for the Virtual Boy would be lovely. I know its a work in progress but has there been progress made on the connectors? I know donor carts have been a necessity for any homebrew cart releases and the current FlashBoys.
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#7
Re: Virtual Boy Serial Number Inventory
Posted on: 2018/3/31 21:37
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I'm back home after being out of town and wanted to add my childhood Virtual Boy to the list. Purchased in 1996 at Toys "R" Us, the serial number is VN10433293 9.
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#8
Re: Long time user, first time posting. Any 95-96
Posted on: 2018/3/27 23:46
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Thank you for the welcome! I'm jazzed to hang with everyone and talk about this charming little system. I'm fascinated by all of the later on Virtual Boy enthusiast stories since the interest doesn't stem from rose colored nostalgia (not that it's a bad thing, I wouldn't be here without it). I think it speaks to the impressive tech of the console and especially with the fantastic homebrew software being created, that the platform is really something special and is able to endure after its short time on the market.
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#9
Re: Long time user, first time posting. Any 95-96
Posted on: 2018/3/27 7:47
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This topic got me to switch me from a long time lurker to proper account holder. It's been great to read through everyone's VB memories.

I tracked my Virtual Boy down with birthday funds in '96 when Toys 'R' Us had them on clearance. When I scooped it up, I distinctly remember the consoles being $24.99 and games were $9.99. My $60 was able to get the system, Wario Land, Nester's Funky Bowling and Galactic Pinball. I still have all of them to this day and since it was the first console I ever purchased with my own money, it gives me the fuzzies each time I fire it up.
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