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#31
Re: Share your VB Collection!
Posted on: 2004/9/5 8:10
dave
my email is really2hott@insightbb.com
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#32
Re: Share your VB Collection!
Posted on: 2004/9/24 3:18
VB Gamer
Joined 2004/9/24
USA
38 Posts
Long Time User (15 Years)
My collection thus far...

Hardware=

(2) US Virtual Boys (Complete with inst. books, but not in box)
(2) US AC adaptors
(1) Battery pack
(1) JP Ear Buds (In Box)
(1) VB Lamp-O-Tron (self made of course)
(1) Link cable (Self made...well, started but not finnished)


US Titles=

(3) Mario Tennis
(2) Wario Land
(1) Red Alarm (Box)
(1) Vertical Force (Box)
(1) Mario Clash
(1) Panic Bomber
(1) Gallactic Pinball
(1) Water World
(1) Virtual League Baseball (Box)
(1) Jack Bros.
(1) Telero Boxer
(1) Nester's Funky Bowling
(1) 3D Tetris
(1) Virtual Golf (Box)
(1) Dragon Hopper Demo Version...(You can pick up your jaw now. It was only a joke)

JP Titles=

(1) V-tetris (Box)
(1) Mario Tennis (Box)
(2) Vertical Force (1 In Box)
(1) Panic Bomber (Box)
(1) Virtual Fishing (Box)
(1) Insmouse : No Yakata (Box)

Misc.=

(1) Set of inserts that belong to the store desplay stand.
(1) Hard shell case from Block Buster Video.
(I heard rumor that only about 50,000 of these were ever produced. I have no idea if it's true or not, but it sounds about right. This was a nice investment. Not only to add to my collection, but to protect my beloved VB from most elements.)

Want List=

Space Invaders
Space Squash

I would love to try out Virtual Bowling or SD Gundam, but it's just WAY too much for one such as myself to spend on a game. I am not under the disillusion that the modern world will some how collapse, and VB games will replace modern forms of currency. Like that guy with the PEZ dispencer collection that was interviewed on the Daily Show on Comedy Central, lol. Therefor, I can't justify spending that much.

Also, a word to all of you in the UK... I notice that the UK auctions on eBay are always much higher in price than the US auctions. But, if you check out many of the US ones, they will ship to the UK. I'm sure that even with the shipping costs, it would still be cheaper than buying ones from the UK.
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#33
Re: Share your VB Collection!
Posted on: 2004/9/24 3:45
VB Gamer
Joined 2004/9/24
USA
38 Posts
Long Time User (15 Years)
FYI my email address is BC2412@aol.com if anyone wishes to email me about anything. You can also get me on AIM at BC2412.
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#34
Re: Share your VB Collection!
Posted on: 2004/9/25 2:10
Newbie
Joined 2004/2/16
Great Britain
4 Posts
Long Time User (15 Years)
UK prices are higher as he unit was never released here. If you import rare stuff you take the risk of high import duty - yes you can get away with it but not always - either way you take a risk doing this as if the item is lost or damaged then the max you can claim is £32 or something. Gunadam + Virtual Bowling are shockingly rare even abroad thus in the UK if you can even get hold of them then your lucky.

Currently i've got 2x full collections of all games (Including Demo carts) - if anyone in the UK want's anything specific then i may be persuaded to part with a few copies of the rare stuff I have (Gundam,V bowling, Invaders etc). Note the copies of Gundam and Virtual Bowling I would part with are not mint box wise (9.5 and 8/10 respectivly) - but hey where else you gonna get them :-) - I'm keeping the absolute mint ones for myself i'm afraid ;-).

Been considering placing an entire collection for sale in the UK - just not got around to it yet - plus I think most of the fun is hunting down the collection and buying an already complete collection would have limited appeal.

Stuff i'm looking for is a mint box version of V lab, and possibly insmouse as the versions i have are not 100% box wise.

RM
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#35
Re: Share your VB Collection!
Posted on: 2004/10/11 18:35
Shabadoo
I have all my Virtual Boy stuff at my parents' house, but this is pretty much what I have

Galactic Pinball - USA (Cart only)
Mario Clash - USA Complete
Mario Tennis - USA
Panic Bomber - Jap? (Complete)
Red Alarm - Complete (Box is trashed)
T & E Virtual Golf - Jap Complete
Teleroboxer - USA Complete
V-Tetris - Jap Complete
Vertical Force - USA Complete
Kemco Baseball - JAP
Wario Land - USA

Hardware:

USA Virtual Boy Console Complete in Box
AC Adapter


I'd like to get Nester's Funky Bowling,Jack Bros, Space Squash, Virtual Lab, and Virtual Fishing.
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#36
Re: Share your VB Collection!
Posted on: 2005/1/31 1:51
VB Gamer
Joined 2005/1/29
USA
12 Posts
Long Time User (14 Years)
HARDWARE:
Virtual Boy (U)
AC Adapter Set (U)

SOFTWARE:
3D Tetris (U)
Galactic Pinball (U)
T & E Golf (J)
Mario Clash (U)
Mario`s Tennis (U)
Nester's Funky Bowling (U) 2X
Panic Bomber (U)
Red Alarm (U)
Teleroboxer (U)
Vertical Force (U)
V-Tetris (J)
VB Wario Land (U)
Space Squash (J)

MISC:
Performance Carrying Case
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#37
Re: Share your VB Collection!
Posted on: 2005/2/1 21:21
VB Gamer
Joined 2005/1/29
Sweden
33 Posts
Long Time User (14 Years)
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if you see any games you would like to trade of my spare games (all complete with box and manual) let me know, i accapt any game i don't have ;)

Post Edited (03-14-05 00:48)
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#38
Re: Share your VB Collection!
Posted on: 2005/2/2 12:48
VUE(xpert)
Joined 2003/7/27
Australia
267 Posts
CoderLong Time User (15 Years) DonatorApp Coder
My Collection

Consoles
(2) US Virtual Boys (1 New Box, Man, 1 Used, my very first VB :))

Accessories
(1) Performance Carry Case
(2) US AC Adaptor Taps (1 Box, 1 Used)
(2) Virtual Boy Stands
(2) Virtual Boy Controllers
(2) Virtual Boy Battery Paks

US Games
(2) 3-D Tetris (1 Box, Man, Cover, 1 Man, Cover)
(1) Galactic Pinball (Box, Man, Cover)
(1) Golf (Box, Man, Cover)
(1) Mario Clash (Box, Man, Cover)
(3) Mario's Tennis (2 Man, Cover, 1 Used)
(1) Nester's Funky Bowling (Box, Man, Cover)
(1) Panic Bomber (Box, Man, Cover)
(2) Red Alarms (1 Box, Man, Cover, 1 Used)
(2) Teleroboxers (1 Box, Man, Cover, 1 Box, Cover)
(1) Virtual Boy Wario Land (Box, Man, Cover)
(2) Virtual League Baseballs (2 Box, Man, Cover)

JP Games
(1) Mario's Tennis (Box, Man, Cover)
(1) Panic Bomber (Box, Man, Cover)
(1) Red Alarm (Box, Man, Cover)
(1) T&E Virtual Golf (Box, Man, Cover)
(1) Teleroboxer (Box, Man, Cover)
(2) V-Tetris (2 Box, Man, Cover)
(1) Vertical Force (Box, Man, Cover)
(1) Virtual Pro Baseball '95 (Box, Man, Cover)


If the price is right, I'll be willing to sell my duplicates. Contact me.

EDIT: When I say my duplicates, I mean my duplicate games.
Post Edited (02-03-05 15:27)
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#39
Re: Share your VB Collection!
Posted on: 2005/2/3 5:36
Newbie
Joined 2005/2/3
USA
9 Posts
Long Time User (14 Years)
Wow...just found this site...nice!

I picked up a VB a few years ago in a closeout sale. Since then, I've been an on-again, off-again collector. I've got too many hobbies competing for budget (including an Atari Jaguar collection) but right now I've got, CIB:


US Virtual Boy
AC adapter

3D Tetris
Galactic Pinball
Golf
Jack Brothers (JPN)
Mario's Tennis (US pack-in, no box)
Nester's Funky Bowling
Panic Bomber (JPN)
Red Alarm
Teleroboxer
V-Tetris
Virtual Fishing (JPN)
Vertical Force (JPN)
Virtual League Baseball (US and JPN)
Wario Land
Waterworld

There's some Insmouse carts on Ebay that I'm considering right now.

Post Edited (02-23-05 04:39)
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#40
Re: Share your VB Collection!
Posted on: 2005/2/18 15:19
VB Gamer
Joined 2004/8/20
Germany
42 Posts
Long Time User (15 Years)
Just begun collecting, but here it is anyway:

Hardware:
US Virtal Boy (without box and manuals)
2nd Headunit (defective right screen)
2nd Controller
2nd Eyeshade with holder
US AC Adapter

Software (all US):
Galactic Pinball (cardridge)
Golf (complete)
2 Mario Tennis (one complete)
Red Alarm (with manual)
Virtual League Baseball (like new)
Wario Land (complete)
Post Edited (02-18-05 15:21)
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