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#51
Re: Collecting Vintage VFD Tabletops and Handhelds
Posted on: 1/21 3:29
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So I wonder if this means that Defender will only be available as a cabinet hack.
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#52
Re: Collecting Vintage VFD Tabletops and Handhelds
Posted on: 1/21 16:12
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Do we know if those are in-store yet? I see a few on ebay at inflated prices.
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#53
Re: Collecting Vintage VFD Tabletops and Handhelds
Posted on: 1/22 1:22
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pinmagic wrote:
Do we know if those are in-store yet? I see a few on ebay at inflated prices.


I picked up Galaga and Dig Dug today at a Wal-Mart near my workplace.
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#54
Re: Collecting Vintage VFD Tabletops and Handhelds
Posted on: 1/22 9:17
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Quote:

Benjamin Stevens wrote:
So I wonder if this means that Defender will only be available as a cabinet hack.


I hope not. Hopefully it becomes part of this years line-up, but who knows..

I'm a little upset about them changing the design of the boxes. These new ones aren't that bad but they really don't look that great next to the previous ones.

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pinmagic wrote:
Do we know if those are in-store yet? I see a few on ebay at inflated prices.


Yeah these are definitely in-store already.
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#55
Re: Collecting Vintage VFD Tabletops and Handhelds
Posted on: 1/28 2:33
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Joined 1/27
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In the spirit of this thread I have a few things I can offer up.

This is just a selection. Image #2 I don't have Q-Bert anymore. Image 4 got rid of Football. The two coleco's also have a perma power pack for them too and DK has a manual.

Everything else I do. But I also have far more not seen.

DK Jr Coleco Tabletop
Super Mario Bros Game & Watch
Legend of Zelda Nelsonic Watch
Pac-Man tomytronic tabletop
Club Nintendo G&W Ball CIB
Mattel Electronics Hockey
Tiger Electronics - VRTX Sega Daytona USA
Tiger Electronics - Mega Man 2
Tiger Electronics - Sub Wars
Tiger Electronics - Star Wars Imperial Assault (new)

There's more modern stuff like a few of those Basic Fun VFD/NOAC LCD games, all 8 of the Tiny Arcade devices, the 10" Data East mini mame cab. And a atgames/coleco rebranded 30 game Master System/Game Gear handheld.

That's mostly it not going down the road of clone console handhelds or legit stuff.

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#56
Re: Collecting Vintage VFD Tabletops and Handhelds
Posted on: 1/28 14:39
Nintendoid!
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Holy cow - I owned Wildfire when it first came out! That's how old I am!
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#57
Re: Collecting Vintage VFD Tabletops and Handhelds
Posted on: 1/29 16:16
VB Gamer
Joined 1/27
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Honestly I've only had it a few years, found it on a flea market table for like $10 and it looked clean enough I figured it worked so I grabbed it (and it does.)

The Tigers, everything you see there, all have been picked up in the last 5 years about. I did have Castlevania, Karnov, MM2, and Baseball back in the day for Tiger. I had the tomytronic pac-man too, and a friend in the early 90s gave me his DK unit which was battered but ran. I also had the Mattel Hockey from an 80s neighborhood garage sale too.

Game & Watch I only really got into about 20 years ago, same with the rest since. I just like grabbing the things when I can as they usually are dirt cheap today as no one seems to like VFD and LCD games. I've had more Tigers but sold about 5-10 of them in the last year.
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