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#1
Re: Non VB VB-related games
Posted on: 4/19 6:11
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Panic Bomber was release on other systems as well (PC Engine, Super Famicom, and a few others).

3-D Tetris is similar to Blockout and Geom Cube.
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#2
Re: The Noteworthy Auction Threadô
Posted on: 4/19 5:55
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Listings like that have constantly been showing up in the Video Game categories (and I'd assume other categories as well) for a while now. I get the feeling that they're meant to collect contact information. I'm not sure for what purpose, but with the buyer protections that eBay and Paypal offer, it doesn't seem likely that they're actually getting any money through Paypal.
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#3
Re: Long time user, first time posting. Any 95-96
Posted on: 2017/7/15 4:55
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I got mine at Toys R Us on clearance. I never had an interest in it before then, but after playing the demo unit for a few minutes, I was sold.
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#4
Re: Has anyone ever tried to make it through the second loop of Mario Clash?
Posted on: 2017/7/15 4:45
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Quote:

Lester Knight wrote:
If you are not a purist, and have a flashboy, there is a hack that will allow you to stage select.



I am a purist and would have to start at stage 1. Clearing the second loop wouldn't be as satisfying if I skipped the first loop. Besides, I would likely need the first loop to build up a bunch of extra lives anyway.


Quote:

Benjamin Stevens wrote:

Well, as you've probably already seen with my score on the high score list, the best I've ever been able to accomplish is 654,020 points while making it to stage 65 (without looping at all, of course). I do want to try to score the 999,999 points at some point and make it past level 99, but I don't know if I presently have enough practice to do so.

Great score, by the way!


I'm sure you could do it without too much trouble, as you already have some pretty amazing high scores. My best scores in Galactic Pinball are nowhere near yours (and I'm pretty sure I've spent more time with that game than Mario Clash).
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#5
Has anyone ever tried to make it through the second loop of Mario Clash?
Posted on: 2017/7/13 4:22
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Joined 2007/9/26
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Has anyone here ever tried? If so, how far did you get? I've made it to stage 11. I found that the sidesteppers are significantly tougher to deal with in the second loop. Although, by the time I cleared the first loop, I was exhausted and started to play carelessly. If I ever attempt it again, I'll probably take a longer break between the loops.


For those who don't know, after you clear every stage in Mario Clash, it loops back to the beginning, but now all the enemies move ridiculously fast.
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#6
Re: Weird Primal Rage Figure
Posted on: 2017/6/6 7:13
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Joined 2007/9/26
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Interesting. I can't find any mention of it online other than in this video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TC54e6vw3aM
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#7
Re: Has ANYBODY beaten Insmouse no Yakata with "ending A"?
Posted on: 2017/4/11 2:16
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I've gotten it before. I thought it was a pain to get though. There's a bit of luck involved due to the random placement of the items.
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#8
Re: The Noteworthy Auction Threadô
Posted on: 2016/3/12 2:27
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The seller mentions that it's sun faded in the description.

本体外箱は日焼けやダメージがあります。

Which means something like "The box has sun fading and damage."
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#9
Re: Games you
Posted on: 2015/9/19 5:11
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Star Fox sounds good. I think Space Harrier would work well too.
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#10
Re: Tips for a New Virtual Boy Owner
Posted on: 2015/2/5 17:33
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You're off to a good start. Mario Tennis, Wario Land, and Red Alarm are some of my favorites. If you like Pinball, Galactic Pinball is a good one too. You may want to pick up a FlashBoy to play homebrews and unreleased games. Bound High is a great unreleased game which a limited number of reproduction carts were made, but since they're no longer available, you'll need the FlashBoy to play it on your system. You can get one here:

http://www.planetvb.com/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=4155

Japanese games work fine on an American Virtual Boy. I'd say Space Squash is the best of the Japan exclusive titles. If you want to give Jack Bros a try, the Japanese version is much more affordable than the US version.

Also, if you don't already have one, get an ac adapter and tap. If you play it a lot, you'll go through batteries quickly.
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