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#21
Re: Since the FlashBoy is on the horizon...
Posted on: 2007/8/7 1:38
Nintendoid!
Joined 2007/7/29
111 Posts
Long Time User (12 Years)
uh...well if hurricane katrina didnt hit, id offer my proto copy of Propeller Arena for DC. Instead, i offer you a very unique ride:


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#22
Re: Since the FlashBoy is on the horizon...
Posted on: 2007/8/7 2:06
VB Gamer
Joined 2007/7/22
21 Posts
Long Time User (12 Years)
I'm not sure I get this.
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#23
Re: Since the FlashBoy is on the horizon...
Posted on: 2007/8/7 2:20
Nintendoid!
Joined 2007/7/29
111 Posts
Long Time User (12 Years)
me either
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#24
Re: Since the FlashBoy is on the horizon...
Posted on: 2007/8/8 17:52
VB Gamer
Joined 2007/7/30
Germany
23 Posts
10+ Game RatingsLong Time User (12 Years)
The games don't lose their value! These prices are not paid because the buyer wants to play the game ... he wants to have the original one!
Why do people pay such a lot of money for a VB Display System? If they want to play they would buy a normal VB. A Romdump has nothing todo with collecting. People who just want to play are no potential buyers!
Don't trust me? Look how much people pay for the original "The Great Giana Sisters" game for the C64 or Amiga. You get the files everywhere on the net but the prices are still high!
It's not about dropping prices! The owners paid such a lot of money that they don't want us to play these games for free!
This would be no problem if there were so much games for the VB like for the C64. But there are only 22 games!
I get realy angry when I think about it! It's not because of me - I am new in this forum and cannot donload dumps anyway!

There are only 22 games! Let us play all of them! Please!
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#25
Re: Since the FlashBoy is on the horizon...
Posted on: 2007/8/8 18:04
Nintendoid!
Joined 2007/7/29
111 Posts
Long Time User (12 Years)
my god...that brings a tear to my eye man. you couldnt of said it better and im in 100% agreement but now, the public has to wait on the flashboy unless u want to play SD:G on red dragon.
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#26
it's finished!
Posted on: 2007/9/9 0:29
Administrator
Joined 2000/1/8
Germany
2515 Posts
Highscore Top10Highscore Top ScoreCoder#1 PosterHOTY09 1stLong Time User (15 Years) App Coder90+ Game Ratings
guys, the flashboy is finished! yep. i will do a review soon and let you know when and where it is available. :)
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#27
Re: it's finished!
Posted on: 2007/9/9 0:47
Nintendoid!
Joined 2006/8/20
Spain
222 Posts
Long Time User (13 Years)
Uh? Ahhh! AAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Yes, yes, yes! :)
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#28
Re: it's finished!
Posted on: 2007/9/9 17:08
Nintendoid!
Joined 2005/10/25
Great Britain
123 Posts
Long Time User (13 Years)
I second that emotion!
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#29
Re: it's finished!
Posted on: 2007/9/9 18:57
VB Gamer
Joined 2007/8/9
10 Posts
Long Time User (12 Years)
Quote:

KR155E wrote:
guys, the flashboy is finished! yep. i will do a review soon and let you know when and where it is available. :)


Yay! I love ROM carts - they make life so simple! Especially for my display systems, as I can have cartridges out on display so that people can see what they looked like, but those who want to play don't have to figure out how to change the carts - they can just turn the system on and go!

I'm very excited about this... :)

Now, if I could just get one for the Wonderswan that doesn't stick two inches out of the system...
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#30
Re: it's finished
Posted on: 2007/9/11 2:55
VUE(xpert)
Joined 2006/9/29
USA
267 Posts
CoderLong Time User (13 Years) PVBCC 2010 3rd
Sweet! My only question is (and I'm sorry if everyone else thinks this is ridiculous) how much does it cost? I'd love to have one of these, but unfortunately, I don't have much in the way of funding.

Anyway, maybe if I can get one, I'll learn C and join the dev scene. (If and when I have time. )
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