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thx1138
(@thx1138)
Estimable Member

well I might bring it up on the bike, I might not, depends what else I'm upto luggage /onward journey wise

stuck two more Commodored LED 1970's calculators in the post to you btw.

Sorted another cupboard out last night. There is one more cupboard left to sort out, and then I'm fairly sure there is no more retro in the house. Though, I once found a games console behind the sofa, so who knows?

MY 360 BLOG

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Posted : 05/10/2008 10:37 pm
AndyRCM
(@andyrcm)
Member Admin

Thanks for that THX1138! Appreciated!

I am putting the tape deck in the post tomorrow to you too!

Andy

"I could see the faces of those who led pissing themselves laughing" - Funeral Pyre by The Jam

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Topic starter Posted : 05/10/2008 10:38 pm
thx1138
(@thx1138)
Estimable Member

ooh ta. 🙂

I will actually use it too!

Like, I can work problems out in BASIC but never learned how to do anything else on modern computers, like how to use macros.

I could probably do stuff in EXCEL, but it's easier to just to fire BASIC up. 🙂

MY 360 BLOG

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Posted : 05/10/2008 10:41 pm
mansion
(@mansion)
Active Member

Hi just a few pics of some of my collection

Pride of place goes to the MB phantom chess set

Steve

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Posted : 03/11/2008 7:52 pm
mansion
(@mansion)
Active Member

And some more

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Posted : 03/11/2008 8:00 pm
AndyRCM
(@andyrcm)
Member Admin

Some lovely stuff there Mansion! Nice one!

Andy

"I could see the faces of those who led pissing themselves laughing" - Funeral Pyre by The Jam

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Topic starter Posted : 03/11/2008 8:23 pm
Scarlettkitten
(@scarlettkitten)
Member Admin

nice stuff Mansion, I've never seen a boxed Dragon 8)

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Posted : 03/11/2008 9:52 pm
witchfinder
(@witchfinder)
Reputable Member

My 'currently in stock' systems:

Atari 2600
Atari Jaguar
BBC Micro Model B
Commodore 64C
Commodore Amiga 600
Microsoft XBOX
Toshiba MSX
NEC PC-Engine CoreGrafx
Nintendo 64
Nintendo Gameboy Advance SP
Nintendo NES
Nintendo SNES
Nintendo Super Famicom
Nintendo Wii
Philips CD-i
Prinztronic Tournament 6 (Pong system)
Sega Dreamcast
Sega Master System 2
Sega Megadrive 1
Sega Megadrive 2
Sega Saturn (PAL)
Sega Saturn (NTSC Japanese white version)
SNK Neo Geo AES
SNK Neo Geo Pocket Colour
Sony Playstation 2
Vectrex

My 'coming soon' systems:

Funtech Super A'Can (Taiwanese 16-bit system)
Sharp Famicom Twin (the bright red version!)

Oh, and I also have a MAME cabinet (converted from JAMMA) and a Taito Ground Effects arcade cabinet that is awaiting conversion to a MAME driving cab. And a bunch of those plug and play TV games.

Games-wise I am fast approaching a grand total of 1000 games across all the above systems. I particularly like Japanese weirdness, shmups and platformers and my speciality is anything to do with Bubble Bobble, as you can see on the following link if you wish:

http://gameaddict.blog.co.uk/2008/09/26/now-it-is-beginning-of-a-fantastic-story-4781988

😀

Check out my "Addicted to Gaming" blog: http://gameaddict.blog.co.uk
(last updated 17th Sept 2009)

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Posted : 04/11/2008 1:16 pm
combatking0
(@combatking0)
Honorable Member

I've found a CD marked C64 games. I've no idea what's on it though. I'll dig my C64 out and have a look.

Retroman!

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Posted : 04/11/2008 3:40 pm
mansion
(@mansion)
Active Member

And yet some more


odd bits

mame upright

Amidar cocktail needing some tlc

Hope you enjoy

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Posted : 05/11/2008 7:12 pm
AndyRCM
(@andyrcm)
Member Admin

mmmmm arcade cabs . . . 🙂

"I could see the faces of those who led pissing themselves laughing" - Funeral Pyre by The Jam

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Topic starter Posted : 05/11/2008 8:26 pm
Andy
 Andy
(@andy)
Noble Member

Updated the link to my site - the collection has changed considerably since I first posted in here many years ago!

Updated list : https://www.retrocomputers.online/about-2/my-computers/

Andy
https://www.retrocomputers.online

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