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#41
Re: Post your obscure items
Geschrieben am: 09.02.2019 9:34
Nintendoid!
Dabei seit 13.03.2012
USA
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Long Time User (7 Years)
Zitat:

speedyink wrote:
Zitat:

-Wordtris (Gameboy) prototype


Nice like, is it one of thise dev carts with the rom chips sticking out the top?


It is, i've never checked to see if my particular version was ever dumped. I remember years back when I got and saw other protos sold on ebay so I kind of figured mine was noting special. If I remember right it was a finalized copy.
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#42
Re: Post your obscure items
Geschrieben am: 09.02.2019 20:43
PVB Elite
Dabei seit 17.06.2013
Kanada
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I suppose it mostly depends on the content of the rom chip, but dev carts are still cool to have, regardless of what's on it. They're also not the cheapest things to obtain usually.

Final versions are obviously of less interest but you never know what may be tucked away in there, and even final versions can tell a story of the history.
My what appears to be final version of Lemmings for example it dated like a year before the games release. Going through my Nintendo Powers reveal that the game indeed was supposed to release much sooner. What happened? I dunno, still a mystery :)
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#43
Re: Post your obscure items
Geschrieben am: 10.02.2019 11:39
VUE(xpert)
Dabei seit 04.11.2008
Niederlande
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Have this obscure item standing ( i not see this one allot this the JN-2000 latest model jaguar sewing system whit the build in game boy color)

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#44
Re: Post your obscure items
Geschrieben am: 10.02.2019 12:42
VB Gamer
Dabei seit 27.07.2008
Niederlande
37 Beiträge
Long Time User (11 Years)
@mawa, do you also have the Mario sewing game that was released on that peripheral?
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#45
Re: Post your obscure items
Geschrieben am: 10.02.2019 16:37
VUE(xpert)
Dabei seit 04.11.2008
Niederlande
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No i only have the normal cartridge whit it ( never have seen the mario one game in real )

Zitat:

Marioguy wrote:
@mawa, do you also have the Mario sewing game that was released on that peripheral?
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#46
Re: Post your obscure items
Geschrieben am: 30.04.2019 4:41
PVB Elite
Dabei seit 17.06.2013
Kanada
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That's a pretty epic GBC Sewing machine. I like how tailor made for the gbc it is
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#47
Re: Post your obscure items
Geschrieben am: 01.05.2019 3:07
PVB Elite
Dabei seit 10.03.2011
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Is this an automatic machine that uses the Game Boy to do sewing or is that just there because someone made a hole and put it there?
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#48
Re: Post your obscure items
Geschrieben am: 16.09.2019 20:30
Virtual Freak
Dabei seit 07.05.2015
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My most obscure item is Speak and Spell, original version, 1978. Found it in the flea market for like 20$. I made a whole video about it and YES that's actually my hands and voice.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z1DKNpPf6Ig
Bearbeitet von JoePassive am 23.09.2019 14:30:09
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#49
Re: Post your obscure items
Geschrieben am: 20.09.2019 5:09
PVB Elite
Dabei seit 17.06.2013
Kanada
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Definitely fun! Whenever I see those they remind me of E.T.
I mean, I remember playing with one at some kids house in elementary school. At the time, though, I was all like, how is this supposed to win my attention over Nintendo?
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#50
Re: Post your obscure items
Geschrieben am: 30.10.2019 7:31
PVB Elite
Dabei seit 17.06.2013
Kanada
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F'in eh

Finally, FINALLY got my hands on one of these things. Always had a thing for small CRT TV's, this is a TV is obviously the culmination of that interest.

It's the Panasonic CT-101, and it's got the honor of being the worlds smallest color CRT Television. It has a 1.5" screen.

These things are hard as hell to find it seems, but finally I got one!

Had to play some SNES on it. The Super Gameboy picture was for the irony of playing on a smaller TV then the gameboy screen.

Pictures don't do this thing justice, it looks pretty damn good in person

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